Ayurveda is the science of life. It may be considered as a science Literature as the basic principles of Ayurveda, Which had been put forward thousand of Years Ago Still have the same volume. They have not undergone any change revealing they are vary true and scientific. Our predecessors proposed these principles after a very long experience. Since that time. Ayurveda has been serving the suffering humanity continuously. In Ayurveda. It has been mentioned that both Loka and Purusa have the basic structure. Its simple meaning is that if Loka is doing well. Ourselves also. If any derangement takes place in Loka than our body will also be deranged Ayurveda is said to be holistic phenomenon because it treats the patient as a whole.
Moreover, Ayurveda has given more attention to ward preventive aspect of the diseases not curative, In the ancient time Ayurveda was on exaltation but as time passed it started deteriorating During the period of Buddha. Indian surgical procedures were heavily deteriorated. The surgeons were termed as Asura The surgery at that time was nothing but horror. In the Moughal and British period Ayurveda again deteriorated Unfortunately, till now . we are not being able to globalize the Ayurveda due to lack of standardization of Ayurveda drugs and few administrative problems.
After the independence Indian government realized the importance of Ayurveda. The attention of Government toward Ayurveda has given a slow but gradual progress of this knowledge. Several institution , college research centers had been started. The government bodies like CCIM and CCRAS had also been established, In this series postgraduate course came into existence in several college and institutes. Thereafter students started to attract toward Ayurveda and the increasing number of students created the tread of competitive examinations for P. G Entrance, Medical officer screening J R F and other. For the above examinations. The study material currently available is inadequate and not comprehensive. The student has to study all the reference books every time. It requires more energy and more time in relation to yielding. To overcome the above problem, I have tried to prepare a classified scientific and comprehensive study material for better yielding and accomplished it in the shape of book. The problem I have encountered during the preparation of P. G entrance test induced me to write the book. I have tried to simplify the thing and classified the subjection better remembering.
The book consists of general study of all the subject of Ayurveda syllabus multiple choice question based upon subject and 30 model test papers of 100 question each. The question of model test papers have been taken from different entrance examination of several institutes colleges and P.S.C. of the country . The concise study of modern medicine is also provided in the book as annexure.
The quality and applicability of the work can only be accessed by the reader. I hope that examinees shall got some extra benefits from the book .There might be some mistakes in the book as human brain has limit . I request to avoid them .I invite Suggestion criticisms from the reader. Lastly but not least., Iam very thankful to Chauhhamba Subharti Prakashan for encouraging attitude regarding the publication of the book.
|General Study and Multiple Choice Questions|
|9||Roga and Vikrti Vijnana||231|
|10||Prasuti, Stri and Bala Roga||276|
|14||Answers to Multiple Choice Qusition||400|
|15||Annexure Modern Madicine||413|
|17||Answers to Model Paped||791|
|1||Important Points of Charaka Samhita||1|
|2||Important Points of Sushruta Samhita||22|
|3||Important Points of Ashtanga Hrdays||38|
|4||Important Points of Kashyapa Samhita||48|
|5||Important Points of Bhela Samhita||51|
|6||Important Points of Harita Sarnhita||53|
|7||Important Points of Yogaratnakara||57|
|8||Important Points of Sharangadhara Samhita||62|
|9||Important Points of Madhava Nidana||70|
|10||Important Points of Bhava Prakasha||76|
|11||Important Points of Rasaratnasmuccaya||80|
|12||Appendix I : Maulika SiddhantaAnd Pardartha Vijnana||97|
|13||Appendix 2: Sarira Racana||98|
|14||Appendix 3 : Sharira Kriya||101|
|15||Appendix 4: History of Ayurveda||103|
|16||Appendix 5 :Swasthavrtta||103|
|17||Appendix 6 : Agadatantra||105|
|18||Appendix 7 : Dravyaguna Vijnana||108|
|19||Appendix 8 : Rasa Shastra||112|
|20||Appendix 9 : Bhaishajya Kalpana Vijnana||115|
|21||Appendix 10 : Roga Vijnana & Vikruti Vijnana||117|
|22||Appendix II : Kayachikitsa||120|
|23||Appendix 12: Stri Roga Vijnana||124|
|24||Appendix 13 : Prasuti Tantra||125|
|25||Appendix 14: Kaumarabhartya||125|
|26||Appendix 15 : Shalya Tantra||126|
Note on Ayurvedic P.G Entrance Guide
|1||Comparative Study of Brhat Trayi||1-91|
Item Code: NAF045 Author: Dr. Praveen K Choudhary Cover: Paperback Edition: 2016 Publisher: Chaukhamba Surbharati Prakashan ISBN: 9789382443636 Language: English Size: 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch Pages: 1339 Other Details: Weight of the Book : 1.150 kg