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Milind C. Kirte, *Priyanka L. Kasar and Sampada S. Sant


Ayurveda is the ancient science which includes all the factors which are necessary for maintenance of health. Prakriti is the unique concept of Ayurveda, which means Swabhav i.e. natural condition or state. Prakriti or constitution of an individual is formed at the time of union of sperm and ovum inside the womb. This basic constitution remains constant throughout the life of that individual. Prakriti of a person differs from another person in anatomical, physiological and psychological factors. Thus the Deha Prakriti is essentially genetically determined and is likely to be influenced by a variety of environmental factors to some extent. Factors which take part in the formation and development of Prakriti can be broadly classified in two groups i.e. Pre-natal (Intra uterine) factors and Post-natal (Extra uterine) factors. The first group of factors acts during the intrauterine life of the fetus, at the time of the union of the Shukra and Shonita while the second group influences the Prakriti after delivery of the fetus. So, all these factors should be considered while determining Prakriti. In this article a brief review on factors affecting the development of Prakriti will be discussed.

Keywords: Prakriti, Shukra, Shonita, fetus.

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