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*Vd. Pranali Sandip Bhende, Vd. G. H. Kodwani and Vd. G. G. Asati


Ayurveda is holistic science of life, health and cure is committed to healing and wholeness.[1] Hence its description and terminologies widely differ from the conventional modern science. The patient friendly holistic approach to diagnose and therapeutic seems to possess a great potential worthy of investigations and addition to main stream of medicine. Ayurveda presents an unique concept of srotas to understand the samprapti (physiopathogenesis) without indulging much in gross anatomy. However a careful survey of the literature would reveal that structure and function of the body, the morbid possibilities and methods of cure are explicity descriebed in Ayurvedic text. To understand samprapti, concept of srotodushti is one of them. The characteristics features of this state according to charak are atipravrutti(excess flow), sang(Retention or holding up), siragranthi (obstruction to circulation) or vimargagaman (The flow of fluid in affecting area through channels other than its own).[9] In which Atipravrutti, sang, siragranthi are independent srotodushti characteristics whereas Vimargagaman is observed as dependent and independent type of srotodushti in context of various disease formation process (i.e. Samprapti) All above mentioned four characteristics related with dushyas i.e. dhatu n mala. and its formation, Transmission or excretion. Here in this paper tried to elaborate the common basic pathology mention in Ayurveda in understanding samprapti (physiopathogenesis) of various disease. And well defined the basic changes regarding srotas dushti characteristics which are not directly mention in disease process.

Keywords: Srotodushti, Samprapti (Physiopathogenesis), Srotas.

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