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SAREERA KRIYA VIGNANAM: Physiology in Ayurveda

SAREERA KRIYA VIGNANAM: Physiology in Ayurveda


Item Code: IDG812

by Dr. M. Rama Sunder Rao

Paperback (Edition: 2004)

Language: English
Size: 8.2" X 5.5"
Pages: 573
weight of book 479 gms
Price: $30.00
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From the Back of the Book

Ayurveda is not merely a science of medicine, but it encompasses philosophy, Ethics, Metaphysics, Sociology etc. its teachings if properly understood and practiced, will mould the man into super human and Divine and convert this earth into Heaven. The Maharshis after studying Ayurveda under Bhagawan Baradwaja were blessed with gnana Devatas like Buddhi, Siddhi, Dhrti, Medha, Smrti, Dipti and so on. The moment they learned Ayurveda, the entire Nature blossomed with divine Beauty and fragrance. Gods from heaven showered pushpa Vrishti and proclaimed "Sadhu Sadhu" very good, Very good!

Dear readers this is the holiness and divineness of Ayurveda. Because of wide communication gap, there may be some lapses here and there, but fortunately the principles on which this science is built up, are eternal and universal.

Coming to the physiology in Ayurveda, there are some misunderstandings about tridoshas. Some books have just translated vata as wind or gas, pitta a bile juice and kapha as phlegm. This is absolutely wrong. These 3 words have got a wider meaning. Tridoshas are the shakthi rupa and sukshma dravyas- dynamic and subtle principles, which operate this living body. Let us not arrive at hasty conclusions in our over ambition to interpret them in modern terms. Some authors have translated vata as acetyl choline, pitta as catacholamines and kapha as serotonin. This also is not at all correct. Still have to dive further into this ocean of tridosha siddhanta.

Let us have immense faith and devotion in Ayurveda. If any apparently irrelevant things are found anywhere in any book, let us scrutinize them with utmost love, dedication and reverence on our Maharishi. After all we have missed the link for the past 1500 years. May Lord Dhanvantari Bless all of us.

Instruction to Readers

We were inclined to bring about certain changes in the interest of the student in bringing out the Second Edition. Several topics and elaborations added in this edition may cause a little confusion here and there. Hence students are requested to follow the following guide lines to understand the subject:

1. Slokas are given in English Script for English version and in Devanagari Script for Sanskrit version. Whenever the reader feels any difficulty in following one, he can as well refer the other.

2. Diagrams and figures are not given any explanation under the figures. The students can either read the concerned topic in this book or he can take the help of the teacher for explanation.

3. Certain topics are duplicated. This has happened because of adding more information to previous book.

4. Since the contents, quality, number of figures and cost of the paper and printing are increased and due to addition of Sanskrit Version, we are compelled to increase the price of the book. Inconvenience regretted in this regard.


Chapter 1 Sareera- The Living Body 2-26
Chapter 2 Chetana Dhathu- Purusha 27-32
Chapter 3 Composition of the Body 33-52
Chapter 4 Doshas, Dhatus and Malas 53-81
Chapter 5 Sareera Prakrutis 82-87
Chapter 6 Vata 88-93
Chapter 7 Pitta 94-104
Chapter 8 Kapha 105-113
Chapter 9 Rasa Rakta Paribhramana 114-117
Chapter 10 Description of Agni 118-122
Chapter 11 Aahara Paka 123-129
Chapter 12 Annavaha Srotas 130-140
Chapter 13 Avastha Paaka 141-144
Chapter 14 Dhatu Vignana 145-154
Chapter 15 Anga Pratyanga Varnanam 155-177
Chapter 16 Pureesha Dhara Kala and Pureesha Nirmana 178-227
Chapter 17 Pratiharinee Sira 228
Chapter 18 Yakrit Gata Aahara Pachana 229-232
Chapter 19 Rakthaanu Dhavanam 233-241
Chapter 20 Swaasa praswaasa Paramparaa 242-244
Chapter 21 Mala Vignana 245-256
Chapter 22 Vrikkas and Mootrotpatti 257-260
Chapter 23 Vasti and its Krityas 261
Chapter 24 Pleeha- Spleen 261
Chapter 25 Rasanayis-Twak-Swedagrandhis and their Functions 262-266
Chapter 26 Rakta Dhatu Vignanam 267-276
Chapter 27 Namsa Dhatu Vignanam 277-279
Chapter 28 Medo Dhatu Vignanam 280-285
Chapter 29 Asthi Dhatu Vignanam 286-289
Chapter 30 Majja Dhatu Vignanam 290-292
Chapter 31 Sukra Dhatu Vignanam 293-304
Chapter 32 Ojo Vignanam 305-312
Chapter 33 Male reproductive System and Sarva Shareera Gata Shukra 313-322
Chapter 31 Manovignanam 323-344
Chapter 44 Gnanedriyaas 345-369
Chapter 33 Karmendriya Cheshta Nirupanam 371-376
Chapter 34 Swatantra Naadi Mandalam 377-382
Chapter 35 Shatchakras 383-393
Chapter 36 Praadhamika Jeeva Rasayana Siddhantas 394
Chapter 37 Nidraadhyaya 395-402
Chapter 38 Sapna Adhyaya 403-404
Chapter 39 Tandra Adhyaya 404
Chapter 40 Srama alasya and Parisrama 405-409
Chapter 41 Medha Varnanam 410-412
Chapter 42 Smriti Varnanam 413-415
Chapter 43 Dhaarana 416
Chapter 44 Utsaaha Varnanam 416
Chapter 45 Alasya Varnanam 417
Chapter 46 Jrimbha Varnanam 417
Chapter 47 Kshavadhu Varnanam 417
Chapter 48 Atma 418-424
Addition Rakta Chapa 425-433
Chapter 49 Endocrine System 434-443

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