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A REVIEW ARTICLE ON AHARA KALPANA TO ENHANCING AGNI

Dr. Usha Singh*, Dr. Aditya Narayan Upadhyay and Dr. Abhisek Rajpurohit

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Ayurveda being a holistic science is treasure of measures of life, health and diseases. The fundamental principles of ayurveda laid down thousands years back are being explored and analyzed again for better understanding and their practical utility. One of such principles is concept of agni. Agni has been said among karana dravyas which are the causal factors for genesis of other factors. Agni has an important role in maintenance of health as evident in definition of health. As per Acharya Charaka ayu (life), varna (luster, complexion), bala (physical and mental strength), swasthya (health), prana (vitality), uthsah (capacity to do difficult tasks), upchaya (nourishment of the body), prabha, oja (immunity), teja (vital radiance), dhatvagni and bhutagni are all dependent upon dehagni or jatharagni. In the absence of agni human being perishes and in its balanced state he remains to be in a state of good health. Derangements of the same leads to many diseases. So it is an important factor for vitality, maintenance of life and health. Hence to maintain the agni different ahara kalpana given in our samhitas.

Keywords: Agni, ahara, kalpana, dehagni, jatharagni.


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