Posts Tagged ‘Bhardwaja’

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 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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The Various Bhardwajas

Monday, February 2, 2009 12:51 No Comments

“The First And The Foremost Famous Vedic Poet Of The Period Was Bhardwaja Vajineya. He Was The Contemporary Of Divodasa, Prastoka Saranjaya And Abhyavartin, Cayamana And Consequently Of Dasaratha. His Sons Were Garga And Payu. Ram Dasarathi Repair To His Hermitage On His Way Back From Lanka. He Was The Purohits Of Divodasa, Gave Pratardana […]

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The Father Of Medicine In Ayurveda

Monday, February 2, 2009 12:38 No Comments

Bhardawaja The Prime Source Of All Knowledge To The Indo-Aryans Was The Veda And Both Legend And History Must Ultimately Be Traced To Vedic Origins. The ‘science Of Life‘ And The Gods And Sages That Have Propagated And Enriched It, Find Mention In That Eternal Body Of Knowledge, The Vedas. The Rgveda And The Arthaveda […]

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