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Dr. Awadhesh Kumar Baranwal*


Health as well as diseases is dependent on various factors. As Acharyas had described that Ahara, Nidra and Brahmacarya are Triupstambha (three sub pillars), which support the body itself. Here Ahara has been placed first, which shows that it is most important to maintain and sustain the life. Food plays a decisive role in development, sustenance, reproduction and termination of life. Beside the quality and quantity of the food it is very much important that how it is taken, because food taken in improper way can lead to various diseases. Keeping these things in mind 8 factors (Aharavidhivisheshayatana) has been mentioned in Vimana sthana of Charak Samhita. ‘Upayogasamstha’ is the Seventh factor among these which deals with the dietetic rules. The study was planned to evaluate the relation between ‘Upayogasamstha’ (dietetic rules) and digestion of the food. It is found that each and every rule mentioned in Upayogasamstha (dietetic rules) has very essential role in the process of digestion. Along with balanced diet, incorporating the dietetic rules in our daily routine can prevent many diseases. The Ahara Vidhi (Dietetics) is an ancient, empirical and elegant art, it is the heritage of indian culture that can be clearly observed in Ayurvedic views.

Keywords: Aharavidhivisheshayatana, Upayogasamstha, Dietetic rules.

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