V. J. Thakar

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The details of Philosophical views of different schools of thought in relevance to Ayurveda have been discussed here. Also the author has thrown some light on the factors involved in the physiology and pathology of the human body with special reference to the Cardiac disorders. Inference has also been made to his earlier article - "Heart-its structures,(More)
The Ayurvedic concept of evolution of disease, based primarily in the understanding of the host-man, meaning of disease without losing sight of either the extrinsic or the intrinsic factors is comprehensive by itself. The modern descriptive methods has taken direction of possible correlation and elaboration of the Ayurvedic views.
In this paper the author describes heart in relation to its various aspects and of cardiac tonics as found in Ancient Indian literature. This enables the learned scholars and scientists to appraise themselves of some historical facts. clinical exactness and mode of therapy and indigenous drugs advocated by our fore-fathers, which still deserve respectful(More)
This is an analytical study of the Diagnostic methods Prescribes in Ayurveda. As in the case of disease and treatments the concept of diagnosis also is unique in Ayurveda. It goes to the Nidana of Doshicimbalance by studying the physical, physiological, psychic and behavoural aspects of the patient. The paper gives an insight into the various diagnostic(More)
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