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CONCEPT OF MARANA PRAKRIYA WITH SPECIAL REFFERENCE TO DHATU MARANA

Dr. Bodhakar Kishor N.*, Dr. Urmale Rajesh R. and Dr. Fulzele Pranali S.

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Marana prakriya (incineration process) is an essential step in Rasashastra for Bhasma nirmana. It‟s very important process for the conversion of original metals/minerals into Bhasma form (ash form). Due to Marana metals and minerals converted into such a form which can be easily absorbed and assimilated in body and which cannot be converted into its original form. Shodhit dravya (purified drug) either it is Maharasa, Dhatu, Ratna or any mineral after the Mardana (trituration) and Bhavana (lavigation), when subjected to Puta or heat given to it termed as Marana. In present study attempt is taken for review of Marana prakriya with special reference to Dhatubhasma nirmana. It will help to Ayurvedic scholars to reach towards the concept of Marana process of Dhatu. The process by which Dhatu transferred to microfine stage for easy assimilation in body without unwanted effects is considered to be Dhatu Marana. Literary reviews needed on Marana to establish different Bhasma to claim their therapeutic potential. Ayurvedic and Modern bhasma pariksha (examinations) is important to check the stability of Bhasma.

Keywords: Shodhana, Marana, Dhatubhasma, Ayurvedic bhasma pariksha.


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