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AN AYURVEDA REVIEW OF ANATOMICAL PERSPECTIVES ON VARIOUS SROTAS

*Dr. Sanju, Dr. Khushboo Sharma, Prof. Mahendra Sharma, Dr. Navneet Dadich

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Ayurveda described several concepts related to the physiological and anatomical perspectives of the human body, one of which is the concept of Srotas. The Srotas are numerous body channels that play an important role in the transportation and elimination of biological materials within the body. According to Ayurveda Acharyas, the body's innumerable Srotas form a transporting system that aids in the maintenance of Dosha, Dhathu, and Mala balances. Srotas are body microchannels, some of which are macro in structure, and they have the color of Dhathus transporting through them. Srotas primarily perform the functions of Grahana, Sravana, Vahana, Shoshana, Nissarana, and Vivechana, among others. Srotas functions are related to their locations and distribution within the body; thus, anatomical aspects play an important role in Srotas physiology. Srotas's structural and anatomical abnormalities can cause a variety of health problems. Understanding the physiology and role of Srotas in disease pathogenesis requires knowledge of their anatomical aspects, which this article explains.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Srotas, Channels, Anatomy, and Transportation.


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