Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Ritucharya

Importance of ritucharya in prevention of diseases (Ritucharya ke anushar Ahar & Vihar.)

  • Login to see the comments

Ritucharya

  1. 1. IMPORTANCE OF RITUCHARYA IN PREVENTION OF DISEASES :- Presented By- Dr. Mukesh kumar M.D. Scholar. Department of Swasthavritta & Yoga
  2. 2. Introduction • Ritu is the division of time. • One ritu is consist of two Masa (month), three Ritu make one Ayana and two Ayana make one whole year.
  3. 3. Months & seasons according to Indian & international calender 1. Chaitr 2. Vaishakh 3. Jyeshtha 4. Asadh 5. Shravan 6. Bhadrapad 7. Ashwin 8. Kartik 9. Margsheersh 10.Poush 11.Magh 12.Phalgun Masa Length/days Start date Ritu Season 30/31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 March 22 April 21 May 22 June 22 July 23 August 23 September 23 October 23 November 22 December 22 January 21 February 20 1. Vasant 2. Greeshm 3. Varsha 4. Sharad 5. Hemant 6. Shishir 1. Spring 2. Summer 3. Monsoon 4. Autumn 5. Winter 6. Cold & dewy
  4. 4. 1. Magh 2. Falgun 3. Chaitra 4. Vaishakh 5. Jyeshtha 6. Asadh 7. Shravan 8. Bhadrapad 9. Ashwin 10.Kartik 11.Margsheersh 12.Poush 1. Shishir 2. Vasant 3. Greeshm 4. Varshsa 5. Sharad 6. Hemant 1. Uttarayan (Adan Kaal) 2. Dakshinayan (Visarg Kaal) Varsh MASA RITU AYAN (SAMVATSAR) VARSH
  5. 5. 1. Falgun 2. Chaitra 3. Vaishakh 4. Jyeshtha 5. Asadh 6. Shravan 7. Bhadrapad 8. Ashwin 9. Kartik 10.Margsheersh 11.Poush 12. Magh 1. Vasant 2. Greeshm 3. Pravrat 4. Varsha 5. Sharad 6. Hemant 1. Uttarayan (Adan Kaal) 2. Dakshinayan (Visarg Kaal) Varsh MASA RITU AYAN VARSH According to Achaarya Shushrut -
  6. 6. Bases of the division of Ritu and Ayan • Sheet lakshan • Ushna lakshan • Varsha lakshan • Chandra marg gaman • Surya marga gaman
  7. 7. Ayan • Ayan is the division of Varsh. • Ayan is based on the Surya Gaman. • 2 Ayan in one Varsh – 1. Uttaraya 2. Dakshinayan
  8. 8. Attribute of Ayan Uttarayan (Adan Kaal) • Agney- Agni guna paradhan • Ruksha guna yukta • Tikta, Kashay and Katu rasa pradhan • Bala gradually decreases Dakshinayan (Visarg Kaal) • Soumya- Sheet guna pradhan • Snegdha guna yukta • Amla, Lavana and Madhur rasa pradhan • Bala gradually increases
  9. 9. Bala in different Ritu 1. Magh 2. Falgun 3. Chaitr 4. Vaishakh 5. Jyeshtha 6. Asadh 7. Shravan 8. Bhadrapad 9. Ashwin 10.Kartik 11.Margsheersh 12.Poush 1. Shishir 2. Vasant 3. Greeshm 4. Varshsa 5. Sharad 6. Hemant Avar Madhyam Pravar
  10. 10. Rukshta & Snigdhata in different Ritu 1. Shishir 2. Vasant 3. Greeshm 4. Varshsa 5. Sharad 6. Hemant 1. Ruksha 2. Rukshatar 3. Rukshatam 4. Snigdha 5. Snigdhatar 6. Snigdhatam Adan Kaal Visarg Kaal
  11. 11. Rasa in different Ritu 1. Shishir 2. Vasant 3. Greeshm 4. Varshsa 5. Sharad 6. Hemant 1. Tikta 2. Kashay 3. Katu 4. Amla 5. Lavana 6. Madhur Adan Kaal Visarg Kaal
  12. 12. Sanchay, Prakop & Prashaman of Doshas in different Ritu Dosh Sanchay (accumulation) Prakop (aggravation) Prashaman (pacification) Vata Grishm Varsha Sharad Pitta Varsha Sharad Hemant Kapha Shishir Vasant Grishm
  13. 13. Hemant Ritucharya 1. Characteristic  Sheetal, rukhsa uttari vayu  Dhoom, dhuli vyapti  Pravraddha jatharagni,  Pravraddha bala  Snigdhatam,  Madhur rasotpatti,  Kaph & vata prakopak
  14. 14. 2. Pathya ahar Madhur, Amla, lavana rasatmak ahar  Snigdha, guru, ushna ahar Madira, Seedhu & Madhu Anup, Audak, Bilesah & Prasah prani Mamsa, Medashwavi prani mams Go dugdha, Ikshu vikar, Sharkara Tail, Vasa Nava dhanya, Mash, Shak & phal – Phool gobhi, Patta gobhi, Suran, Garjar, Shunthi, Palandu, Kharjur, Sev, Falsa etc.
  15. 15. 3. Pathya vihar Abhyang with ushna vatahar tail Udvartan Murdhin tail Jentak swed Vyayam Atap sevan Ushna garbha graha nivas Ushna guru vastra dhara Ushna drav lep – aguru, kasturi etc. Yathashakti maithun sevan
  16. 16. 4. Apathya ahar vihar Alpa ahar Laghu ahar Vatal ahar vihar – katu, kashay Jal mishrit sattu Pravaat sevan Divaswapn Vatal ahar – katu, kashay – Yav, Methi, Shigru, Karela, Baingan, Masur, Harenu, Chanak, Kulthi, Sprout pulse, Mulika, Chili, Sharshap, Shushka mams etc.
  17. 17. 5. Samanya vyadhi  Sandhi shool Sandhi stabdhta Aam vaat Shwash Kaas Pratishyay …etc. 6. Samanya chikitsa Ushna drav prayog Abhyang Swedan
  18. 18. Shishir Ritucharya 1. Characteristic almost same as Hemant ritu, but cold increases as compare to Hemant, due to clouds and rain. It is the starting of Adan kaal so Rukshata starts to appear in weather and body.
  19. 19. 2. Pathya ahar vihar Same as Hemant Ritu but should be followed strictly. 3. Apathya ahar vihar Same as Hemant Ritu specially Katu,Tikta & Katu rasa should be avoided. Specail precaution should be taken from direct wind. 4. Samanya vyadhi & chikitsa Same as Hemant, but Vaat causes more problem so should be treated promptly.
  20. 20. Vasant Ritucharya 1. Characteristic Surya bala increases Sanchit sleshma of hemant ritu starts melting & obstructs the jatharagni & causes many diseases. Rukshata increases (rukshatar)  Madhyam bala
  21. 21. 2. Pathya ahar Laghu ruksha ahar Laghu mams sevan – Harin, Shashak, Laavak, Kapinjal etc. Seedhu, madhwik sevan Go dugdha, takra, Yava, Puran godhum, puran shali, Shunthi, musta, asan siddha jala sevan Palak, shigru, methika, patol, alabu, mudga, chanak, rason, palandu, mulika, haridra, ajmoda, jeerak, heeng, ela, Papaya, dadim
  22. 22. 3. Pathya vihar Kapha har upay Vyayam Udwartan Dhumrapan  Kaval  Anjan Shukhoshna jala snan Chandan, aguru lepan Priya stri alingana or love making
  23. 23. 4. Apthya ahar vihar Guru, snigdha ahar Madhur, amla & lavan sevan Naveen dhanya, mash Aaluk, suran, Kadli, mridwika, amrud, seetafal, santara Dugdh vikar Sheetal jal Divaswapn
  24. 24. 5. Samanya vyadhi 6. Samanya chikitsa Vaman Deepan pachan Ruksh aushad prayog Shwash Kaas Pratishyay Agnimandhy Ajeern etc.
  25. 25. Greeshma ritucharya 1. Characteristic Atyant ruksha & ushna Avar bala
  26. 26. 2. Pathya ahar Madhur ras sevan Sheetal, drava & snigdha ahar sevan Jangal pashu pakshi mamsa sevan- Harin, Aja, Kukkut etc. Sharkara with sheetal udmanth prayog Ghrit & dugdha sevan Shali dhanya
  27. 27. 3. Pathya vihar Divaswapna Sleeping under moonlight at night Chandan lepan Sheetal pushpa, mukta dharan
  28. 28. 4. Apathya ahar vihar Lavana, amla & katu drvya Ushna dravya Madya Vyayam Maithun
  29. 29. 5. Samanya vyadhi Aruchi Trishna Daah Pittaj vyadhi 6. Samanya chikitsa Sheetal drav aushadh
  30. 30. Varsha Ritucharya 1. Characteristic Ksheen agni bala & sharirik bala Tidosh prakopak (vata pradhan) Amla vipak jala
  31. 31. 2. Pathya ahar Madhur, amla, lavana & snigdha drava – when sheet increases during varsha ritu Jangal pashu pakshi mamsa Madhu should be used in food & drink Puran yava, godhum, shali dhanya Sansakarit yush Mahendra jal, taptasheet jal, koop jal
  32. 32. 3. Pathya vihar Pragharshan Udvartan Sugandhit pushpa, itra prayog Laghu vastra dharan
  33. 33. 4. Apathya ahar vihar Manth Avashyay Nadi jala Vyayam Atap sevan Maithun sevan
  34. 34. 5. Samanya vyadhi Amlapitta Atisar Twak rog Sankramak rog 6. Samanya chikitsa Basti Ushnodak with madhu Ruksh, tikshn, ushna aushadh
  35. 35. Sharad Ritucharya 1. Characteristic Due to sudden exposure to sun after rainy season, Pitta gets vitiated. Madhyam Bala
  36. 36. 2. Pathya ahar Madhur, Tikta ras Laghu, Sheet Ahar Pitta shamak dravya prayog Jangal mams – Lav, Kapinjal, Ean, Shashak etc Tikta Ghrit Paan Shali dhanya, Yava, Godhum Hansodak Paan
  37. 37. 3. Pathya vihar Sugandhit Mala Dharan Chandra Kirana Sevan (in pradoshaj kaal) Virechan Raktamokshan
  38. 38. 4. Apathya ahar vihar Vasa Tail Kshar Dadhi Avshyay Audak, Anup Prani Mams Diva swapna Atap Sevan Purvi Vayu Sevan
  39. 39. Virechan Raktamokshan 6. Samanya chikitsa Amlapitta Sheetpitta kandu 5. Samanya vyadhi
  40. 40. Ritusandhi • Last 7 days of outgoing season and first 7 days of coming season. • Importance – period of susceptibility for various diseases. • Should not leave do’s & don’ts of the previous season & switch to regimen of next season suddenly. • Padansh krama – slowly adjust to new regimen
  41. 41. Conclusion • Ritus depend on the geographical areas around the world, there may not be all the 6 Ritus in all countries. • Ritus may not follow ideal presentation or sequence always, in that condition one should follow the current scenario. • Changes in the environment brings the change in body, so if one modifies his routines according to season he can avoid the Nij vyadhi. • Along with following Ritucharya one should take Shodhan as per the season so to expel out the Dhoshas accumulated in body due to effect of that season.

×