Posts Tagged ‘Atreya’

He Warns Against Clinging To An Argument Also

Monday, February 2, 2009 13:51 No Comments

The Spirit Of Reverence With Which His Disciples Approach Him As He Is Seated Amidst Sages And Scholars Including Occasionally The Learned Rulers Of Neighboring Kingdoms Or Foreign Scholars And The Finality His Discussions Acquire In The Discussions Among These Sages And Scholars, And Also The Shifting Scene Of Such Assemblies From The Northern Himalayas […]

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In The Caraka Samhita We Find The Following Discussions

Monday, February 2, 2009 13:42 No Comments

In The 10th Chapter Of Sutra-Sthana There Is Depicted A Dialogue Between The Main Speaker Atreya And Maitreya. Atreya Gives A Warning At The Ends Thus:- “One Who Knows The Differential Diagnosis Between Curable And Incurable Diseases, As Also The Right Application, Will Not Fall Into Such Erroneous Mode Of Thinking As Maitreya And Other […]

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The Period Of Atreya

Monday, February 2, 2009 13:30 1 Comment

It Would Be A Very Interesting And Engaging Study To Try To Fix The Date Of Atreya. There Is A Certain Preceptor Atreya, The Teacher Of Jivaka, The Stroies About Jivaka Are Found In The Literatures Of Various Countries Where Buddhism Flourished. Tibetan, Burmese And Sinhalese Versions Differ In Many Points. In The Tibetan Tales, […]

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The Great Teacher Of Kaya-Chikitsita Or Medicine

Monday, February 2, 2009 13:08 1 Comment

Atreya The Great Teacher Of Kaya–Cikitsita Or Medicine Is Krsna Atreya According To Mahabharata. The Caraka Samhita, The Greatest Of The Works On Medicine Purports To Be The Final Embodiment Of Atreya’s Teaching. Every Chapter Opens With The Words ‘thus Spake The Worshipful Atreya’. Agnivesha And Other Disciples Are Greatly Attached To Him And Hold […]

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Caraka Samhita – A Redacted Treatise

Monday, February 2, 2009 11:07 No Comments

We Find That 79 Chapter Of Caraka Samhita End With The Following Sentence:- These 79 Chapters Are Distributed In The Different Sections As Under:- 30 In The Section On General Principles 8 In The Section On Pathology 8 In The Section In Specific Determination 8 In The Section On Human Embodiment 12 In The Section […]

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Ksarapani

Monday, February 2, 2009 10:33 No Comments

The Sixth Pupil In The Brilliant Batch Trained In The Medical Lore By Atreya Is Ksarapani. He Is Also Said To Have Compiled A Samhita Like Other Co-Student, But This Work Also Has Been Lost To Us, But Its Availability Upto The Time Of Vagbhata Is Inferrable Because Of The Quotations That Are Give By […]

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Harita

Monday, February 2, 2009 10:26 No Comments

Harita Belonged To The Gallaxy Of The Six Brilliant Pupils Of Atreya. He, Too, Is Reputed To Have Composed A Samhita, But His Work Is Also Not Available. There Is A Harita Reputed To Have Learnt At The Feet Of The Great Sage Jabali And To Be The Author Of Dharma And Smrti Books. Whether […]

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Parasara

Monday, February 2, 2009 10:22 No Comments

Rsi Parasara Was One Of The Six Disciples Of Maharsi Atreya And A Co-Student Of Sage Agnivesa. He, Too, Wrote A Treatise On Medicine But Is Not Available Now. The Word Parasara Means A Posthumous Son, But We Have No Evidence To Show That This Parasara Was Posthumously Born. Medical Authors Belonging To Various Ages […]

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