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G. Dharshini Priya*, P. Arul Mozhi, M. Meenakshi Sundaram3and V. Banumathi


The greatness of Siddha is that it has survived through centuries, preserving and retaining its authenticity and is still a very viable form of medical practice in the modern world. The fundamental principles of Siddha is applicable to all situations related to the good health of people even to-day. Many a disease, especially in childhood, can be treated properly through Siddha medicines. Health of infant and toddlers, from conception to early childhood, depends on the health of the mother. Deficiency of nutritious elements in the mother‟s diet will definitely affect the intellect, the structural growth and the functioning of the neural tube in the foetus. Optimal nutrition and healthy atmosphere for the mother is essential for the survival and development of a healthy child. In a moment there is an emerging boost in research and publications regarding the evaluation of traditional medicines primarily based on phytochemical, pharmacological, sophisticated instrumental analysis including various in vitro and in-vivo studies. Still there endures a void area in the assay of Siddha literature which is the backbone on which the Prehistoric system of medicine such as Siddha exclusively stands. In Siddha literature Mantha sanni is an ancient tamil term mentioned in Karuvil thondru noigal (Diseases due to intra uterine factors). Though these literature were written by ancient sages of South India thousands of years ago, it is quite interesting to know that parallel analysis of these age old poems have revealed its correlation with modern Paediatrics texts and terminologies. Therefore, this literature analysis was undertaken to concurrent of Mantha sanni which is mentioned in Siddha literature with that of the signs and symptoms of Autism spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Keywords: Mantha sanni, Bala vagadam, Siddha, paediatrics, Autism spectrum disorder.

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