Posts Tagged ‘Caraka Samhita’

Phenomenon of Yoga By Charak Samhita

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 12:07 No Comments

“The apparatus of sensation is the mind and the body together with sense organs, with the exception of hair of the head and the body, the tips of the nails, the indigested food, faeces, excretory fluids and sense-objects.” “Both in Yoga and final liberation, there is no existence of sensation; in final liberation there is […]

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Agnivesha – First Writer Of Ayurveda

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 11:16 No Comments

The Great Heritage Of The Healing Art Left To Us By Krsna Atreya Would Have Been Lost To Us But For The Herculean Task Of His Chief Pupil Agnivesha Who Made A Detailed Record Of The Exposition Which Flowed From The Benevolent Lips Of His Preceptor Atreya. It Was Agnivesha Who Codified The Knowledge And […]

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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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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 First Great Author Of Ayurveda

Monday, February 2, 2009 12:11 No Comments

Agnivesha The Great Heritage Of The Healing Art Left To Us By Krsna Atreya Would Have Been Lost To Us But For The Herculean Task Of His Chief Pupil Agnivesha Who Made A Detailed Record Of The Exposition Which Flowed From The Benevolent Lips Of His Preceptor Atreya. It Was Agnivesha Who Codified The Knowledge […]

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Caraka’s Contribution

Monday, February 2, 2009 11:17 No Comments

That Caraka Merely Revised And Redacted An Old Treatise Dose Not Detract From His Greatness. The Ingenious Method Of Redaction He Adoped, Has Lent A Touch Of Freshness And Original; And Though Caraka Is Technically Only A Redactor, He Must Be Given Credit For Modifying The Old Work And Transforming It By His Magic Touch, […]

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