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Madhavanidanam of Sri Madhavakara: Sanskrit Text and Madhulosa Commentary (Uttaraddha Part-II, Chapter 33 to 69)
Madhavanidanam of Sri Madhavakara: Sanskrit Text and Madhulosa Commentary (Uttaraddha Part-II, Chapter 33 to 69)
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About the Book

Madhavanidanam of Srimadavakara alongwith Madhukosa commentary, chapters 33-69, are translated into English and published as Part-2, with the reputation gained by Part-1 (1-33 chapters) Dr. P. Himasagara Chandra Murthy has put in all efforts to bring out part 2 also with the same lucidity. It is expected that this volume also reaches out to the international medical community and make it understand the intricacies of Ayurvedic approach in diagnosis of diseases.

Madhukosa commentary of this part is replete with the quotations from the unseen works of Bhoja, Videha etc. thus this work becomes highly valuable means of utility. The students practioners and researchers will definitely find this to be very useful in understanding the diseases in a better manner apart from avoiding the expenditure on modern diagnostic measures. The author and publishers deserve all the commendations for their noble effort which will go a long way in preserving and spreading the indigenous knowledge universally.

 

About the Author

Hailing from a Traditional Ayurvedic family, Dr. P. Himasagara Chandra Murthy has possessed his Bam&S from Sri Rangacharya Govt. Ayurvedic college, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh and M.D. (Ayurvededa) from Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar. He started his career as a teacher in 1979 at B.H. Ayurveda Mahavidhyalaya, Lodra, Gujarat and within short period he shifted to the Ayurveda College, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, where he rose to the position of a principal within 5 years. Since 1989 he is in the Faculty of govt. Ayurvedic college, Vijayawada, A.P. He is now a Professor, Department of Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana and Incharge professor and Head of the P.G. Department of Rasashastra in Vijayawada.He is awardedwith the “captain srinivasa urthy Gold Medal” for his excellence in finding metallic impurities in Mercury through Namburi Phased spot Test (NPST) Though he has specialized in rasashastra, Dr. Murthy has equal proficiency in Samhitas, which he tought for about 10 years and also translated Nidana, Vimana and Sharira sthanas of charaka Samhita along with Chakrapani Commentary into Telugu. His English translation of Sarangadhara Samhita has become famous of its lucid presentation. Dr. Murthy has, to his credit, many research project and presentations. He has also been a member in various universities for studies and examinations.

 

Introduction

Since the text and commentary of Madhavanidana is voluminous if to be provided with English translation of the both, it was decided to publish it in two parts. This is apart from the convenience of writing and publishing. The commentary of Madhukosa for chapter 33rd onwards is written by Srikanthadatta the disciple of vijayaraksita. As said by himself, the commentary was almost on the lines of that of majority of them need surgical intervention. Most of the compilation was done from susruta samhita and supported by many words like those written by videha, Bhaoja etc. Thus the Madhukosa commentary in this part serves as ready reference of the words written by these people which are not to be seen outside.

When this task is taken up, many expressed doubt whether I could deliver the goods properly or not. Their doubt have been completely cleared by the publication of 1st volume and many have applauded the way it has been brought out. Continuing the same spirit, the translation of remaining chapters has been taken up and the works is accomplished.

I am deeply indebted to Shri brijmohan Das Gupta for the confidence reposed in me for taking up this task. I had this fortune of being only individual so far who translated the Madhukosa commentary into English.

 

Contents

 

Chapter 33: Prameha Pidaka Nidana 1
Chapter 34: Medoroganidana 20
Chapter 35: Udaranidana 23
Chapter 36: Sotha Nidana 35
Chapter 37: Vrddhi Nidana 41
Chapter 38: Galaganda-Gandamalapaci Granthyarbuda Nidana 48
  (Diagnosis of goitre, scroffula, muscular knot and abcess)  
Chapter 39: Slipada Nidana- Diagnosis of Slipada 61
Chapter 40: Vidradhi Nidana- Diagnosis of vidradhi (Tumour) 64
Chapter 41: Vranasotha Nidana (Diagnosis of Slipada (elphantiasis) 72
Chapter 42: Sarira Vrana Nidana -(Diagnosis of Wounds on the Body) 77
Chapter 43: Sadyovrana Nidana ( Diagnosis of fresh Wound) 83
Chapter 44: Bhagna Nidana ( Diagnosis of fractures) 92
Chapter 45: Nadivrana Nidana ( Diagnosis of sinus-wound) 100
Chapter 46: Bhagandara Nidana ( Diagnosis of fistula-in ano) 105
Chapter 47: Upadamsa Nidana ( Diagnosis of Syphilis) 110
  (Diagnosis of penile disorders caused by improper unguentums)  
Chapter 48: Sukadosa Nidana 114
  (Diagnosis of penile disorders caused by improper unguentums)  
Chapter 49: Kustha Nidana ( Diagnosis of Skin Disorders) 122
Chapters 50: Sitapitta Udarda Kotha Nidana  
  (Diagnosis of urticaria, rashes and allergic patches) 139
Chapters 51: Amlapitta Nidana ( Diagnosis of Hyperacidity) 142
Chapter 52: Visarpa Nidana ( Diagnosis of erysipelas) 147
Chapter 53: Visphota Nidana ( Diagnosis of Bullous Eruption) 154
Chapter 54: Masurika Nidana ( Diagnosis of Small Pox) 157
Chapter 55: Ksudraroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of Minor Diseases) 164
Chapter 56: Mukharoga Nidana ( Diseases of Buccal Cavity) 189
Chapter 57: Karnaroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of the diseases of the ear) 214
Chapter 58: Nasariga Nidana 224
Chapter 59: Netraroga Nidana ) Diagnosis of diseases of the eye) 238
Chapter 60: Siroroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of the diseases of Head) 296
Chapter 61: Asrgdara Nidana ( Diagnosis of Menorrhagea) 306
Chapter 62: Yoni Vyapannidana ( Diagnosis of Vaginal Disorders) 310
Chapter 63: Yonikanda Nidana( diagnosis of Yonikanda) 315
Chapter 64: Mudhagarbha Nidana 317
Chapter 65: sutikaroga Nidana ( Puerperal Diseases) 324
Chapter 66: Stanaroga Nidana 326
Chapter 67: Stanya dusti Nidana ( Diagnosis of the disorder of Breast milk) 328
Chapter 68: Balaroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of the child-diseases) 331
Chapter 69: Visaroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of diseases caused by poisions) 339

 

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Madhavanidanam of Sri Madhavakara: Sanskrit Text and Madhulosa Commentary (Uttaraddha Part-II, Chapter 33 to 69)

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Madhavanidanam of Srimadavakara alongwith Madhukosa commentary, chapters 33-69, are translated into English and published as Part-2, with the reputation gained by Part-1 (1-33 chapters) Dr. P. Himasagara Chandra Murthy has put in all efforts to bring out part 2 also with the same lucidity. It is expected that this volume also reaches out to the international medical community and make it understand the intricacies of Ayurvedic approach in diagnosis of diseases.

Madhukosa commentary of this part is replete with the quotations from the unseen works of Bhoja, Videha etc. thus this work becomes highly valuable means of utility. The students practioners and researchers will definitely find this to be very useful in understanding the diseases in a better manner apart from avoiding the expenditure on modern diagnostic measures. The author and publishers deserve all the commendations for their noble effort which will go a long way in preserving and spreading the indigenous knowledge universally.

 

About the Author

Hailing from a Traditional Ayurvedic family, Dr. P. Himasagara Chandra Murthy has possessed his Bam&S from Sri Rangacharya Govt. Ayurvedic college, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh and M.D. (Ayurvededa) from Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar. He started his career as a teacher in 1979 at B.H. Ayurveda Mahavidhyalaya, Lodra, Gujarat and within short period he shifted to the Ayurveda College, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, where he rose to the position of a principal within 5 years. Since 1989 he is in the Faculty of govt. Ayurvedic college, Vijayawada, A.P. He is now a Professor, Department of Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana and Incharge professor and Head of the P.G. Department of Rasashastra in Vijayawada.He is awardedwith the “captain srinivasa urthy Gold Medal” for his excellence in finding metallic impurities in Mercury through Namburi Phased spot Test (NPST) Though he has specialized in rasashastra, Dr. Murthy has equal proficiency in Samhitas, which he tought for about 10 years and also translated Nidana, Vimana and Sharira sthanas of charaka Samhita along with Chakrapani Commentary into Telugu. His English translation of Sarangadhara Samhita has become famous of its lucid presentation. Dr. Murthy has, to his credit, many research project and presentations. He has also been a member in various universities for studies and examinations.

 

Introduction

Since the text and commentary of Madhavanidana is voluminous if to be provided with English translation of the both, it was decided to publish it in two parts. This is apart from the convenience of writing and publishing. The commentary of Madhukosa for chapter 33rd onwards is written by Srikanthadatta the disciple of vijayaraksita. As said by himself, the commentary was almost on the lines of that of majority of them need surgical intervention. Most of the compilation was done from susruta samhita and supported by many words like those written by videha, Bhaoja etc. Thus the Madhukosa commentary in this part serves as ready reference of the words written by these people which are not to be seen outside.

When this task is taken up, many expressed doubt whether I could deliver the goods properly or not. Their doubt have been completely cleared by the publication of 1st volume and many have applauded the way it has been brought out. Continuing the same spirit, the translation of remaining chapters has been taken up and the works is accomplished.

I am deeply indebted to Shri brijmohan Das Gupta for the confidence reposed in me for taking up this task. I had this fortune of being only individual so far who translated the Madhukosa commentary into English.

 

Contents

 

Chapter 33: Prameha Pidaka Nidana 1
Chapter 34: Medoroganidana 20
Chapter 35: Udaranidana 23
Chapter 36: Sotha Nidana 35
Chapter 37: Vrddhi Nidana 41
Chapter 38: Galaganda-Gandamalapaci Granthyarbuda Nidana 48
  (Diagnosis of goitre, scroffula, muscular knot and abcess)  
Chapter 39: Slipada Nidana- Diagnosis of Slipada 61
Chapter 40: Vidradhi Nidana- Diagnosis of vidradhi (Tumour) 64
Chapter 41: Vranasotha Nidana (Diagnosis of Slipada (elphantiasis) 72
Chapter 42: Sarira Vrana Nidana -(Diagnosis of Wounds on the Body) 77
Chapter 43: Sadyovrana Nidana ( Diagnosis of fresh Wound) 83
Chapter 44: Bhagna Nidana ( Diagnosis of fractures) 92
Chapter 45: Nadivrana Nidana ( Diagnosis of sinus-wound) 100
Chapter 46: Bhagandara Nidana ( Diagnosis of fistula-in ano) 105
Chapter 47: Upadamsa Nidana ( Diagnosis of Syphilis) 110
  (Diagnosis of penile disorders caused by improper unguentums)  
Chapter 48: Sukadosa Nidana 114
  (Diagnosis of penile disorders caused by improper unguentums)  
Chapter 49: Kustha Nidana ( Diagnosis of Skin Disorders) 122
Chapters 50: Sitapitta Udarda Kotha Nidana  
  (Diagnosis of urticaria, rashes and allergic patches) 139
Chapters 51: Amlapitta Nidana ( Diagnosis of Hyperacidity) 142
Chapter 52: Visarpa Nidana ( Diagnosis of erysipelas) 147
Chapter 53: Visphota Nidana ( Diagnosis of Bullous Eruption) 154
Chapter 54: Masurika Nidana ( Diagnosis of Small Pox) 157
Chapter 55: Ksudraroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of Minor Diseases) 164
Chapter 56: Mukharoga Nidana ( Diseases of Buccal Cavity) 189
Chapter 57: Karnaroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of the diseases of the ear) 214
Chapter 58: Nasariga Nidana 224
Chapter 59: Netraroga Nidana ) Diagnosis of diseases of the eye) 238
Chapter 60: Siroroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of the diseases of Head) 296
Chapter 61: Asrgdara Nidana ( Diagnosis of Menorrhagea) 306
Chapter 62: Yoni Vyapannidana ( Diagnosis of Vaginal Disorders) 310
Chapter 63: Yonikanda Nidana( diagnosis of Yonikanda) 315
Chapter 64: Mudhagarbha Nidana 317
Chapter 65: sutikaroga Nidana ( Puerperal Diseases) 324
Chapter 66: Stanaroga Nidana 326
Chapter 67: Stanya dusti Nidana ( Diagnosis of the disorder of Breast milk) 328
Chapter 68: Balaroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of the child-diseases) 331
Chapter 69: Visaroga Nidana ( Diagnosis of diseases caused by poisions) 339

 

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