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Bopadeva Satakam (Sata sloki) (Text, Transliteration and Translation)
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Introduction

In this Sata Sloki popularly known as Bopadeva sataka, majority of the recipes description are of Herbal formulations). Different categories of formulations are described under six chapters namely Curnadhikaram containing 15 powder formulations, Gutikadhakaram containing 19 pill formulations, Avalehadhikaram contaning 16 electuary formulations, Ghritadhikaram contaning 16 Ghee preparations. Tailadhikaram contaning 13 Oil preparations, and Kvathadhikaram containing 35 decoctions. Among all these, Ojaskarigutika, Anjanigutika Khadiradyavaleham are unique in this book. Maximum number are of Decorations numbering 35 (one third of the total 114). The next are Pills numbering 19. This shows the popularity of mode of administration for best efficacy.

An attempt has been made to present this book in English speaking Ayurvedists. Latin names and useful part of each drug along with the quantity of all formulations and modern terminology for the ailments have been provided for easy reference.

At the end one Glossaries of Drugs and Diseases have been added. Weights and measures in metric system are given in some formulations. The conversions given in the Ayurvedic formulary of india were appended for the convenience.

 

Foreword

There are Sataka s in Ayurveda. Sataka means containing one hundred (usually 108). One is Yoga Satakam of vararuci (published with my English translation recently) and the other is the present one. These two deal with various recipes and are ancient. There is another vanousadhi sataka by vaidya Sri Durga Prasad Sharma published by M/s. Baidyanadha Ayurveda Bhawan. This deals with materia medica of one hundred herbals published about 50 years ago.

Though the names of the recipes seems to be very familiar, he ingredients are different from the other classics. Hence, to be construed to be based on based on trials and efficacy found.

Few details known, about the author is given. It is also opined that Bhagavata purana was written by Bopadeva. Generally the language used in Purana grandhas are lucid so that the general public can read and understand. But, the language of this Sataka (Sata sloki) is little tough. The weight s/proportions are difficult to decipher. The rare synonyms of drugs were selected. Probably the author desired to show all his hold on the language in this book. However, unless all the works of Bopadeva mentioned by Prof.P.V.Sharma are critically studied and correlated, no conclusions can be drawn.

The chandrakala commentary written by the author himself, which was said to have been published from Kottayyam was not available for us better correction.

Vaidya Smt. Bharati did the translation well. Hope this will help Ayurvedists worldover and and the Ayurveda itself.

 

About the Author

As stated by the author himself in the colophon that his name is Bopadeva, son of Kesava and a desciple of his fathers brother (peternal uncle) Dhanesha. He did not mention about his period. His place is Varada tata.

Dr. Priyavat Sharma in his book History of Ayurvedic Literature as under.

Bopadeva, who was great scholar and a close friend not only wrote a commentary called chandrakala on Sarangodhara samhita, but a book called Satasloki,) popular as Bopadeva sataka) on the methods of prescriptions and wrote a commentary on it. It starts with obeisance to Sun God. It has the following sections: Powders, electuaries (avalehas) Gutika, Ghee, oils and Decoctions. Each section is described in 16 verses. It comprises the prescriptions popular in those days. In the end the author gave his biographical details. His time is the later pert of 13th C. after Sarangadhar samhita. Satasloki with candrakala commentary was published from Kottayam in 1962.

Dr. Priyavat Sarma also wrote elsewhere as under:

Bopadeva son of Kesava wrote a scholarly commentary on Siddha mantra. Hridaya dipika was also written by Bopadeva He was the disciple of Ghaneswara, court scholar of King of Devagiri, Mahadeva (1260-1217). He was close friend of Hemadri, the chief minister. To please Hemadri Bopadeva wrote Harilila and his biography. In return Hemadri wrote commentaries on Harilila and Muktaphala. Probably, Bopadeva was elder than Hemadri.

Bopadeva wrote on apart from Ayurveda, Jyotisha, and Dharma Sastra. His works are Satasloki with chandrakala commentary, Hridaya dipika nighantu, Prakasa commentary on Siddha mantra, and Gudartha dipika commentary on Sarangadhara Samhita. Several ancient authors were quoted by him in Siddhamantra commentary.

 

 

 

 
Index
 
 
Chapter-I
 
 
Mangalacaranam/Invocation 1
 
1. Vijaya Curnam 2
2. Lavangadi Curna 4
3. Caturjatadi Curna 6
4. Dhanyadi Curna 8
5. Narayana Curna 9
6. Narasimha Curna 12
7. Bharangyadi Curna 13
8. Bhaskara Curna 15
9. Abhadi Curna 16
10. Hingvadi Curna 17
11. Khandava Curna 19
12. Sardula Curna 1 20
  Sardula Curna 2 21
13. Agnimukha Curna 22
14. Sitophaladi Curna 1 25
  Sitophaladi Curna 2 25
 
Chapter-II
 
 
Gutikadhikaram-27
 
15. Krishna Modaka 27
16. Manibhdhra Modakam 28
17. Hingvadi Gutika 29
18. Darvyadi Gutika 30
19. Surna Vataka 31
20. Kanakayana Gutika 32
21. Trijatadi Modaka 32
22. Dipyadika Modaka 34
23. Talisadi Modaka 35
24. Shambukadi Vati 36
25. Kaishora Guguulu 37
26. Yogaraja Guguulu 38
27. Abhadi Vataka 40
28. Khadiradi Gutika 42
29. Koladi Gutika 44
30. Dantyadi Vataka 45
31. Madhu Vataka 46
32. Ojaskari Gutika 47
33. Anjani Gutika 49
 
Chapter-III
 
 
Avalehadhikaram-51
 
34. Kushmanda Leha 52
  a). Surana Leham 53
35. Agasthiharitaki Avaleha 53
36. Ardrakavaleham 55
37. Bharangi Shivanama Avaleham 56
38. Kamsaharitaki nama Valeham 58
39. Vasaharitaki Avaleham 59
40. Cithrakaharitaki nama Avaleham 60
41. Danti Shiva nama Avaleham 62
42. Vyaghri pathyavaleha 63
43. Kantakari Avaleha 64
44. Kutajashtakavaleha 65
45. Khadiradyaveleha 66
46. Kalyanakavaleha 67
47. Cyavanaprasavaleha 69
48. Akshavaleha 72
49. Pancajirakavaleha 72
 
Chapters-IV
 
 
Ghritadhikaram-74
 
50. Shatphala Ghrita 74
51. Varja Ghrita 76
52. Rasnadi Ghrita 77
53. Kalyana Ghrita 79
54. Phala Ghrita 80
55. Panca Gavya Ghrita 82
56. Bindu Ghrita 85
57. Jathyadi Ghrita 85
58. Cangeri Ghrita 86
59. Dhanvantri Ghrita 87
60. Atarusha Ghrita 87
61. Sukumara Ghrita 90
62. Brihat Pancamula Ghrita 92
63. Ashtanga Ghrita 93
64. Tikta Ghrita 94
65. Narasimha Ghrita 96
 
Chapter-V
 
 
Tailadhikaram-98
 
66. Prasarini Taila 98
67. Masha Taila 102
68. Kshara Taila 104
69. Satavari Taila 105
70. Varja Taila 106
71. Narayana Taila 107
72. Bala Taila 110
73. Anvasana Taila 112
74. Shatbindu Taila 114
75. Murva Taila 114
76. Laksha Taila 115
77. Guducyadi Taila 117
78. Mahanila Taila 118
79. Brahmi Taila 120
 
Chapter-VI
 
 
Kvathadhikaram-121
 
80. Maha Kvatha 121
81. Trisasnadi Kvatha 123
82. Murvadi Kvatha 125
83. Darvyadi Niruha 127
84. Drakshadi Kvatha 128
85. Bhunimbadi Kvatha 129
86. Vishanyadi Kvatha 130
87. Shringyadi Kvatha 131
88. a). Pathyadi Kvatha 132
  b). Himadi Kvatha 132
89. Ativishadi Kashaya 133
90. Mustadi Kvatha 134
91. Gokshuradi Kvatha 134
92. Haridradi Kvatha 135
93. Dipyadi Kvatha 135
94. Darvyadi Kvatha 136
95. Triphaladi Kvatha 137
96. Candanadi Kvatha 137
97. Vyaghradi Kvatha 1 138
98. Vyaghradi Kvatha 2 139
99. Sringyadi Kvatha 139
100. Yavadi Kvatha 140
101. Vyaghradi Kvatha 3 141
102. Atarushadi Kvatha 142
103. Dashed Kvatha 142
104. Tila Kvatha 143
105. Sunti Kvatha 1 143
106. Sunti Kvatha 2 144
107. Rasnadi Kvatha 144
108. Suntyadi Kvatha 3 145
109. Phalgvadi Kvatha 145
110. Dhathri Kvatha 146
111. Chinnadi Kvatha 146
112. Palindyadi Kvatha 147
113. Amritadi Kvatha 147
114. Sringyadi Kvatha 148
  Sesa 149
  Authors introduction 150
  Glossary of Drugs 151
  Glossary of Diseases 163

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Introduction

In this Sata Sloki popularly known as Bopadeva sataka, majority of the recipes description are of Herbal formulations). Different categories of formulations are described under six chapters namely Curnadhikaram containing 15 powder formulations, Gutikadhakaram containing 19 pill formulations, Avalehadhikaram contaning 16 electuary formulations, Ghritadhikaram contaning 16 Ghee preparations. Tailadhikaram contaning 13 Oil preparations, and Kvathadhikaram containing 35 decoctions. Among all these, Ojaskarigutika, Anjanigutika Khadiradyavaleham are unique in this book. Maximum number are of Decorations numbering 35 (one third of the total 114). The next are Pills numbering 19. This shows the popularity of mode of administration for best efficacy.

An attempt has been made to present this book in English speaking Ayurvedists. Latin names and useful part of each drug along with the quantity of all formulations and modern terminology for the ailments have been provided for easy reference.

At the end one Glossaries of Drugs and Diseases have been added. Weights and measures in metric system are given in some formulations. The conversions given in the Ayurvedic formulary of india were appended for the convenience.

 

Foreword

There are Sataka s in Ayurveda. Sataka means containing one hundred (usually 108). One is Yoga Satakam of vararuci (published with my English translation recently) and the other is the present one. These two deal with various recipes and are ancient. There is another vanousadhi sataka by vaidya Sri Durga Prasad Sharma published by M/s. Baidyanadha Ayurveda Bhawan. This deals with materia medica of one hundred herbals published about 50 years ago.

Though the names of the recipes seems to be very familiar, he ingredients are different from the other classics. Hence, to be construed to be based on based on trials and efficacy found.

Few details known, about the author is given. It is also opined that Bhagavata purana was written by Bopadeva. Generally the language used in Purana grandhas are lucid so that the general public can read and understand. But, the language of this Sataka (Sata sloki) is little tough. The weight s/proportions are difficult to decipher. The rare synonyms of drugs were selected. Probably the author desired to show all his hold on the language in this book. However, unless all the works of Bopadeva mentioned by Prof.P.V.Sharma are critically studied and correlated, no conclusions can be drawn.

The chandrakala commentary written by the author himself, which was said to have been published from Kottayyam was not available for us better correction.

Vaidya Smt. Bharati did the translation well. Hope this will help Ayurvedists worldover and and the Ayurveda itself.

 

About the Author

As stated by the author himself in the colophon that his name is Bopadeva, son of Kesava and a desciple of his fathers brother (peternal uncle) Dhanesha. He did not mention about his period. His place is Varada tata.

Dr. Priyavat Sharma in his book History of Ayurvedic Literature as under.

Bopadeva, who was great scholar and a close friend not only wrote a commentary called chandrakala on Sarangodhara samhita, but a book called Satasloki,) popular as Bopadeva sataka) on the methods of prescriptions and wrote a commentary on it. It starts with obeisance to Sun God. It has the following sections: Powders, electuaries (avalehas) Gutika, Ghee, oils and Decoctions. Each section is described in 16 verses. It comprises the prescriptions popular in those days. In the end the author gave his biographical details. His time is the later pert of 13th C. after Sarangadhar samhita. Satasloki with candrakala commentary was published from Kottayam in 1962.

Dr. Priyavat Sarma also wrote elsewhere as under:

Bopadeva son of Kesava wrote a scholarly commentary on Siddha mantra. Hridaya dipika was also written by Bopadeva He was the disciple of Ghaneswara, court scholar of King of Devagiri, Mahadeva (1260-1217). He was close friend of Hemadri, the chief minister. To please Hemadri Bopadeva wrote Harilila and his biography. In return Hemadri wrote commentaries on Harilila and Muktaphala. Probably, Bopadeva was elder than Hemadri.

Bopadeva wrote on apart from Ayurveda, Jyotisha, and Dharma Sastra. His works are Satasloki with chandrakala commentary, Hridaya dipika nighantu, Prakasa commentary on Siddha mantra, and Gudartha dipika commentary on Sarangadhara Samhita. Several ancient authors were quoted by him in Siddhamantra commentary.

 

 

 

 
Index
 
 
Chapter-I
 
 
Mangalacaranam/Invocation 1
 
1. Vijaya Curnam 2
2. Lavangadi Curna 4
3. Caturjatadi Curna 6
4. Dhanyadi Curna 8
5. Narayana Curna 9
6. Narasimha Curna 12
7. Bharangyadi Curna 13
8. Bhaskara Curna 15
9. Abhadi Curna 16
10. Hingvadi Curna 17
11. Khandava Curna 19
12. Sardula Curna 1 20
  Sardula Curna 2 21
13. Agnimukha Curna 22
14. Sitophaladi Curna 1 25
  Sitophaladi Curna 2 25
 
Chapter-II
 
 
Gutikadhikaram-27
 
15. Krishna Modaka 27
16. Manibhdhra Modakam 28
17. Hingvadi Gutika 29
18. Darvyadi Gutika 30
19. Surna Vataka 31
20. Kanakayana Gutika 32
21. Trijatadi Modaka 32
22. Dipyadika Modaka 34
23. Talisadi Modaka 35
24. Shambukadi Vati 36
25. Kaishora Guguulu 37
26. Yogaraja Guguulu 38
27. Abhadi Vataka 40
28. Khadiradi Gutika 42
29. Koladi Gutika 44
30. Dantyadi Vataka 45
31. Madhu Vataka 46
32. Ojaskari Gutika 47
33. Anjani Gutika 49
 
Chapter-III
 
 
Avalehadhikaram-51
 
34. Kushmanda Leha 52
  a). Surana Leham 53
35. Agasthiharitaki Avaleha 53
36. Ardrakavaleham 55
37. Bharangi Shivanama Avaleham 56
38. Kamsaharitaki nama Valeham 58
39. Vasaharitaki Avaleham 59
40. Cithrakaharitaki nama Avaleham 60
41. Danti Shiva nama Avaleham 62
42. Vyaghri pathyavaleha 63
43. Kantakari Avaleha 64
44. Kutajashtakavaleha 65
45. Khadiradyaveleha 66
46. Kalyanakavaleha 67
47. Cyavanaprasavaleha 69
48. Akshavaleha 72
49. Pancajirakavaleha 72
 
Chapters-IV
 
 
Ghritadhikaram-74
 
50. Shatphala Ghrita 74
51. Varja Ghrita 76
52. Rasnadi Ghrita 77
53. Kalyana Ghrita 79
54. Phala Ghrita 80
55. Panca Gavya Ghrita 82
56. Bindu Ghrita 85
57. Jathyadi Ghrita 85
58. Cangeri Ghrita 86
59. Dhanvantri Ghrita 87
60. Atarusha Ghrita 87
61. Sukumara Ghrita 90
62. Brihat Pancamula Ghrita 92
63. Ashtanga Ghrita 93
64. Tikta Ghrita 94
65. Narasimha Ghrita 96
 
Chapter-V
 
 
Tailadhikaram-98
 
66. Prasarini Taila 98
67. Masha Taila 102
68. Kshara Taila 104
69. Satavari Taila 105
70. Varja Taila 106
71. Narayana Taila 107
72. Bala Taila 110
73. Anvasana Taila 112
74. Shatbindu Taila 114
75. Murva Taila 114
76. Laksha Taila 115
77. Guducyadi Taila 117
78. Mahanila Taila 118
79. Brahmi Taila 120
 
Chapter-VI
 
 
Kvathadhikaram-121
 
80. Maha Kvatha 121
81. Trisasnadi Kvatha 123
82. Murvadi Kvatha 125
83. Darvyadi Niruha 127
84. Drakshadi Kvatha 128
85. Bhunimbadi Kvatha 129
86. Vishanyadi Kvatha 130
87. Shringyadi Kvatha 131
88. a). Pathyadi Kvatha 132
  b). Himadi Kvatha 132
89. Ativishadi Kashaya 133
90. Mustadi Kvatha 134
91. Gokshuradi Kvatha 134
92. Haridradi Kvatha 135
93. Dipyadi Kvatha 135
94. Darvyadi Kvatha 136
95. Triphaladi Kvatha 137
96. Candanadi Kvatha 137
97. Vyaghradi Kvatha 1 138
98. Vyaghradi Kvatha 2 139
99. Sringyadi Kvatha 139
100. Yavadi Kvatha 140
101. Vyaghradi Kvatha 3 141
102. Atarushadi Kvatha 142
103. Dashed Kvatha 142
104. Tila Kvatha 143
105. Sunti Kvatha 1 143
106. Sunti Kvatha 2 144
107. Rasnadi Kvatha 144
108. Suntyadi Kvatha 3 145
109. Phalgvadi Kvatha 145
110. Dhathri Kvatha 146
111. Chinnadi Kvatha 146
112. Palindyadi Kvatha 147
113. Amritadi Kvatha 147
114. Sringyadi Kvatha 148
  Sesa 149
  Authors introduction 150
  Glossary of Drugs 151
  Glossary of Diseases 163

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