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TRNADHANYA (MILLETS) IN CONTEMPORARY LIFE STYLE

Dr. Ankitha H.*, Dr. Rout Om Prakash and Dr. Joshi Praveen Kumar

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United Nations general assembly declared 2023 as international Year of Millet inorder to improve its production and consumption for a healthy living. Millets are one of the classic grain which is utilised as a food and fodder. The name "Nutri cereals" was proposed by the Agricultural Ministry in 2018, denoting millets as a nutritional powerhouse. Millets are small annual grasses in the poaceae family that thrive in changing climatic circumstances, water scarcity, and are an effective treatment for malnutrition. Although there are several advantages to this, the general public exploits it very little. Millets are known by the names Kshudradhanya, Trnadhanya, and Kudhanya in ayurveda. The conventional medical system makes use of it both as a diet and a medicine. Ayurveda discusses the advantages of each and every Trnadhanya as well as how to use them in various diseased conditions. The sources and methodologies used for this article include a review of many classics of ayurveda that describe Trnadhanya, numerous recent research publications focused on this subject, cultivation practises, and recipies that are suitable for day-to-day living. The fact that Ayurveda did not include it in Nitya Sewaniya Dravya shows that it is not a substitute for daily consumption. This is something we can consume in moderation in our diet. This might be as a result of the fact that most millet has the qualities of Madhura Kashaya rasa, Laghu Ruksha guna, Katu vipaka, Sita virya, Kapha pittahara, Vatakara, Kleda Soshaka, and Lekhana. We can apply this as a dietary regimen by taking Desa, Kala, and Agnibala into consideration for Prameha, Grahani, Atisara, Kushta, Staulya, Pandu, Sopha, Hrdroga, Bhaghna, and other lifestyle disorders. We must consider its cultivation in addition to the growing demand of millets. Future millet cultivation is crucial because it keeps our planet's surface cool. Even though India is one of the countries that produces so much millets, relatively little of it is generally used by Indians. This might be a result of the lack of knowledge about these grains. People can utilise different Trnadhanya (Millets) in different recipes by properly understanding the indications and contraindications of each one, which helps them stay healthy and prevent certain non-communicable diseases.

Keywords: Trnadhanya (Millets), Lifestyle disorders, Gluten, Ahara, Nutri-cereals.


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