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  1. 1. Kaya Lesson Plan: 1002: The Etymology, synonyms and classification of term Kaya KCBasics 01 Basics EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉ - {Énù {ÉÊ®ú¦ÉÉ¹É Terminology of Kayachikitsa The twentieth century has seen a revolu- Kayachikitsa is of two words tion in the basic sciences, which started Kaya and Chikitsa. In nut shell in physics, spread to chemistry, and, Kaya is body and the Chikitsa ultimately, completely changed the face is management. of biology. Remarkable developments in physics and new kind of chemistry, Kaya word refers with not only which would start to explain the struc- physical but also to that ofture of the molecules that make up living psychological constitutions as the term Kaya isthings. The amalgamation of physics and used to define Satwika kaya etc, chemistry spawned a new discipline, Life – components molecular biology, which was to unravel the way in which genetic information is Life less body is ineffective. The management ispassed from generation to generation and done for the body with life only. The life is of how individual cells function, both as concomitant of various factors, viz. Agni (Sun /fire / self-contained units and as part of the digestive/ transformative element), Soma (Moon/ complex communication network which soft/adhesive element), Vayu (wind/respire/ is the basis of life itself. It is apparent pragmatic/differentiate element), Satwa, Raja & that molecular and cell biology have enormous potential for the future of Tama (psycho capacities), Panchendriyani (Five medical research and practice. Oxford sense organs) and Bhuta (five basic elemental Textbook of Medicine, 3rd ed, CD ROM, structures) and Atma (soul). (Su.Sha.4) 1.10, September 16, 1996 Kayachikitsa - Definitions +ÎMxÉ: ºÉÉä¨ÉÉä ´ÉɪÉÖ: ºÉi´ÉÆ ®úVɺiɨÉ: 1) The treatment or management of the disease in the living body is defined as {ÉYÉäÎxpùªÉÉÊhÉ ¦ÉÚiÉÉi¨ÉäÊiÉ |ÉÉhÉ: - ºÉÖ.¶ÉÉ.4 Kayachikitsa. 1) EòɪɺªÉ ÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ 2) Kaya means Agni (thermal activity either of 2) EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉäÊiÉ chemical or physical), the management to sustain EòɪɺªÉÉxiÉ®úMxÉäζSÉÊEòiºÉÉ - MÉÆMÉÉvÉ®ú its normal activity in the body is Kayachikitsa. 3) Body internal fire or thermal activity either of3) EòɪɺªÉÉxiÉ®úMxÉäζSÉÊEòiºÉÉ EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ chemical or physical (Agni) management is - SÉ.ºÉÚ.30/28 SÉGò{ÉÉÊhÉ Kayachikitsa (Cha.Su.30/28 – Chakrapani) 4) EòɪÉÉä%jÉÉÎMxɯûSªÉiÉä iɺªÉ ÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ 4) Other wise Kaya is noted as Deha – Body, its management at the disease state is Kayachikitsa. CªÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ: (Sus.Su.1/7 – Dalhana) +vÉ´ÉÉ EòɪÉÉä näù½þ: iɺªÉ ÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ 5) Kayachikitsa is defined as the activity of EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ - ºÉÖ.ºÉÚ.1/7 b÷±½þhÉ suppressing the diseases developed all over the 5) EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ xÉÉ¨É ºÉ´ÉÉÈMÉ ºÉÆʸÉiÉÉxÉÉÆ body either physical or psychological in nature such as – Jwara, Raktapitta, Sosha, Unmada, ´ªÉÉvÉÒxÉÉÆ V´É®ú®úHòÊ{ÉkÉ ¶ÉÉä¹ÉÉäx¨ÉÉnùÉ{ɺ¨ÉÉ®ú Apasmara, Kusta, Meha, Atisara, etc. (Sus.Su.1/3)EÖò¹]õ¨Éä½þÉÊiɺÉÉ®únùÒxÉɨÉÖ{ɶɨÉxÉÉvÉÈ - ºÉÖ.ºÉÚ.1/3 6) Bhoja define the digestive fire in the abdomen of 6) VÉÉ`ö®ú: |ÉÉÊhÉxÉɨÉÎMxÉ: EòÉªÉ <iªÉʦÉnùÒªÉiÉä - ¦ÉÉäVÉ living beings is said as Kaya. A lesson by Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (09633552646/09290566566) - technoayurveda@gmail.com
  2. 2. KayaA lesson by Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (09633552646/09290566566) - technoayurveda@gmail.com KCBasics02 Basics 7) EòɪÉ: ºÉEò±É¶É®úÒ®Æú iɺªÉ ÊSÉÊEòiºÉÉ |ÉɪÉähÉ ®úºÉÉnä: ù 7) Kaya means the entire body, the management in ºÉ´ÉÉÇYÉ´ªÉÉ{ÉEòºªÉ nùɹÉÉnäù´É V´É®úÉÊiɺÉÉ®ú®úHò ä terms probably means as the management of vitiated humors (Dosha) which are spread in the Ê{ÉkÉÉnùªÉ: ºÉ¨¦É´ÉÎxiÉ: ËEò´ÉÉ EòɪÉÉä VÉÉ`ö®úÉÎMxÉ: tissues (Dhatu) to cause the disease, such as =HÆòSÉ ¦ÉÉäVÉä VÉÉ`ö®ú: |ÉÉÊhÉxÉɨÉÎMxÉ: EòÉªÉ Jwara, atisara, Raktapitta, etc. According to Bhoja <iªÉʦÉnùÒªÉiÉä - ªÉºiÉÆ ÊSÉÊEòiºÉäiÉ xÉÒnùxiÉÆ ºÉ ´Éè explanation the Kaya is Anataragni or Jatharagni. The management of the body in terms the internal EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòiºÉEò: - <ÊiÉ - digestive fire (Jatharagni) is Kayachikitsa. SÉ.ºÉÚ.30/28 ʶɴÉnùɺɺÉäxÉ (Cha.Su.30/28 – Shivadasa Sen) 8) ÊxÉiªÉÖ{ɪÉÉäÊMÉ ÊxɦÉænùÆ ºÉ´ÉÉÈMÉ ´ªÉÉÊ{ɦÉÉ´ÉiÉ: 8) The activity which is in daily usage and expels ºÉƺÉÞʽþiÉÆ Ê´É¶Éä¹ÉähÉ ªÉiºÉ EòɪÉÊSÉÊEòÎiºÉiɨÉ - the disease which is spread all over the body specifically evacuate the vitiated is defined as º´ÉºlÉÉxÉÆ EòɪÉÉMxÉä {ÉC´ÉɨɶɪÉÉä¨ÉÇvªÉ¨É - SÉ.ºÉÚ. 28/3 Kayachikitsa. EòɪÉÉÎMxÉ Kayagni º´ÉºlÉÉxɺªÉ EòɪÉÉMxÉä®ú¶ÉÉ - +.¾þ.ºÉÚ.11/34 Æ The seat of the Kayagni is in between the Pakwashaya and Amashaya (Cha.Su.28/3). The º´ÉºlÉÉxÉÆ EòɪÉÉMxÉä: - {ÉC´ÉɨÉɶɪɪÉÉä¨ÉÇvªÉ¨É - - iÉjÉ Kayagni other wise is the Jatharanalam {ÉC´ÉɨÉÉ¶ÉªÉ ¨ÉvªÉä Êiɹ]õiÉÒÊiÉ º´ÉºlÉÉxɺªÉ, iɺªÉè´ÉÆÊ´ÉvɺªÉ (A.H.Su.11/34 – Arunadutta). Swasthana (natural EòɪÉÉMyÉ: - VÉÉ`ö®úÉxɱɺªÉ - +.¾þ.ºÉÚ.11/34 +¯ûhÉnùkÉ seat) of Kayagni is Grahani, where Kayagni digests the Anna (food) -(A.H.Su.11/34 – Hemadri). º´ÉºlÉÉxɺªÉ OɽþhÉÒºlɺªÉ - EòɪÉÉMxÉä: +zÉ{ÉHÖò: Synonyms - +.¾þ.ºÉÚ.11/34 ½äþ¨ÉÉÊpù Kalevara, Gatra, Vapu, Samhananam, Shareeram, {ɪÉÉǪÉ: Varshma, Vigraham, Kaya, Deha, Moorti, Tanu and Eò±Éä´É®ú¨ÉÂ, MÉÉjɨÉÂ, ´É{ÉÖ:, ºÉƽþxÉxɨÉÂ, ¶É®úÒ®ú¨ÉÂ, Tanoo are the synonyms told by Amarakosha. ´É¹¨ÉÇ, Ê´ÉOɽþ:, EòɪÉ:, näù½þ:, C±ÉÒ´É{ÉÖƺÉÉä,: Halayudha Bhat author of Abhidana Ratnamala ºjÉÒªÉɨÉ ¨ÉÚÌiɺiÉxÉÖºiÉxÉÚ: - +¨É®úEòÉä¶É added nada, Pinda, Puram, Ghanam, Moorti and +Æb÷ Ë{Éb÷ {ÉÖ®ú PÉxɨÉ ¨ÉÚÌiÉ: ʽþ IÉäjɨÉ - Kshetram. +ʦÉnùÉxÉ ®úixɨÉÉ±É - ½þ±ÉɪÉÖvÉ ¦É]Âõ]õ Kalevaram is defined at Shabdastoma Mahanidhi Eò±Éä´É®ú¨É - Eò±Éä ¶ÉÖGäò ºÉÊiÉ ªÉnÂù ´É®Æú of Taranath Bhattacharya (1876). The body which - ¸Éä¹]õ¨É iÉiÉ Eò±Éä´É®ú¨É <ÊiÉ =SªÉiÉä makes the powerful through semen conservation (celibacy) is the best for the genesis of offspring. For such the body is used thus it is termed as medicine n. 1 science or “Kalevaram”. practice of the diagnosis, body n.1 whole physical struc- treatment, and prevention ture, including the bones, flesh, of disease, esp. as distinct from surgery. 2 drug etc. and organs, of a person or an for the treatment or prevention of animal, whether dead or alive. disease, esp. taken by mouth. n take 2 = *trunk 3 main or central one’s medicine submit to something part; bulk or majority (body of opinion). disagreeable. [Latin medicina] Pocket 4 quantity (body of water). 5 piece of Oxford Dictionary, March 1994 matter (heavenly body). 7 colloq. person.
  3. 3. KayaA lesson by Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (09633552646/09290566566) - technoayurveda@gmail.com KCBasics 03 Basics MÉÉjɨÉ - (MÉÉ - MÉiÉÉè) MÉÉiÉä MÉÊiÉ Gatram – Sukra is always motile, thus capable of (YÉÉxÉ°ü{ÉÉMÉÊiÉ / MɨÉxÉ°ü{ÉÉMÉÊiÉ) producing another generation by its “Gati” i.e. |ÉÉÎ{iÉ°ü{ÉÉMÉÊiÉEò®úÉäiÉÒÊiÉ MÉÉjɨÉ motility, thus the body is termed as Gatram. At the ´É{ÉÖ: - =SªÉiÉä ¤ÉÒVɺÉÆiÉÉxÉxªÉɪÉäxÉ IÉäjÉÒ¦ÉÚiÉä time of conception and foetal development it is ÊxÉʹÉSªÉÊiÉ - ÊxÉʹÉSªÉiÉä iÉnÂù ´É{ÉÖ: “Jnanaroopa” i.e. Knowledge impetus and when birth takes place it is of “Chetana” i.e. impulsive EòÉªÉ - SÉÒªÉiÉä +zÉÉÊnùʦÉ: SÉÒªÉiÉä +ºÉÉèEòɪÉ: movement, because of the “Gamana Sheelata” i.e. Ê´ÉOɽþ¨É - +ÉÊnùnèùÊ´ÉEò +ÉÊnù¦ÉÉèÊiÉEòÉJªÉÉÆ momentum nature the foetus comes out in time. ʴɱÉIÉhÉäxÉ +ÉvªÉÉÎi¨ÉEäòxÉ °ü{ÉähÉ {ÉÊ®úhÉiÉÉÊxÉ Vapu – in which the development is takes place, is MÉÞ¼hÉÉÊiɦÉÚiÉÉÊxÉ <ÊiÉ Ê´ÉOɽþ: said as Vapu. In the body the semen is seeded and Ê´ÉÊ´ÉvÉè´ªÉÉÇÊvÉʦÉ: MÉÞÁxiÉä <ÊiÉ Ê´ÉOɽþ: grown to the developed human being, thus the Ê´ÉÊ´ÉvÉ nÖù:JÉÉÊnùEÆò MÉÞ¼hÉɹÉÉÊnù <ÊiÉ Ê´ÉOɽþ: seeded place is Vapu. +{ÉɪÉäºÉÊiÉ ÊxÉʦÉt {ÉSÉiªÉäxÉ {ÉÊ®úMÉÞÁxiÉä <ÊiÉ Ê´ÉOɽþ: Kaya – it is developed from “Chiti – Chayana” which means “Upachaya” i.e. nourishment. Always Medicine 1. a drug or a Medicine, remedy for illness. 2. the the body undergoes development and receives art and science of the nourishment through Ahara. The thing develops diagnosis, treatment, and from food either by intake or through mothers prevention of disease and Ahara Rasa at the time of foetal life is said as keeping good health. 3. the art of Kaya. At the time of stating Kayagni, it is said that treating disease without surgery. Two the internal digestive fire of Kaya i.e. which major divisions of medicine are academic medicine and clinical develops and nourished through food (metabolic medicine. Some branches of medicine activity). are environmental medicine, family Vigraham – Adibhowtika, Adidaivika and medicine, forensic medicine, internal medicine. Adhyatmika components builds the Shatdhatu medicine, physical medicine Mosby’s Medical Encyclopedia Purusha physical body called as Vigraha. Vruddhi (increase) with homogeneous and Hrasa Herbalism (also called phytomedicine, (decrease) with heterogeneous is possible for the phytotherapy, or botanical medicine) is the medicinal use of plants or plant body.Either Vruddhi or Hrasa makes Dhatu constituents. The use of plants as Vaishamya (Tissue Vitiation) and manifests the medicine predates even human evolution; great apes have been noted to consume Disease in the body. Thus such entity is called as specific medicinal plants when they are ill. Vigraha. Essentially every culture has a tradition of The entity (body) which receives the Sukha herbal medicine. In western herbalism, herbs are often used singly but may (comfort) or Duhkha (agony) is said as Vigraha. sometimes be combined. Chinese herbal This constituted body cares and prophylaxis for medicine utilizes complex mixtures of many herbs, sometimes combined with prevention of disease through “Swastavrutta animal materials. Herbs may be used to Niyama” (health regimens) called as Vigraha. treat or prevent disease. As preventives, “tonics” support the function of specific All the bodies (Vigraha) at the time of death organs, and “adaptogens” are nonspecific decomposes and merge with the five basic treatments that facilitate a return to elements i.e. Vigraha merges with Vigraha as river homeostasis (Harrison’s Text Book of Medicine CD ROM, Copyright© 2001 McGraw-Hill) water joins ocean waters.
  4. 4. KayaA lesson by Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (09633552646/09290566566) - technoayurveda@gmail.com KCBasics 04 Basics ºÉƽþxÉxɨÉ - ºÉ½þxªÉiÉä ½þÊiÉ |ɶÉvÉǺÉƺÉÞVªÉiÉä <ÊiÉ Samhananam – Raja Kantadev of Shabdakalpa ºÉƽþxÉxɨÉ Druma define Samhanana as the concomitant ºÉ½þÎxiÉ - ºÉÆPɪªÉÊiÉ Ê´ÉÊ´ÉvÉÉxÉ ¶É®úÒ®úvÉÉiÉÚxÉ structure of Anga and Pratyanga in the form of º´ÉÊxɨÉÉÇhÉ{ÉäIɪÉÉ <ÊiÉ ºÉƽþxÉxɨÉ body for the construction of the body. For the +ÉvªÉÉÎi¨ÉEò |ÉÉhÉÉ: ¤ÉɱÉÉxÉÉÆ MɦÉǺiÉʶɶÉÚxÉÉÆ related structure formation it takes the help of Adhyatmika prana. ʦɱÉ䦪É: - +ÆMÉ䦪ÉʽþiÉÉ <ÊiÉ ¤ÉɱÉÊJɱªÉÉ Adhyatmika prana – are classified as four. They are |ÉÉhÉ<ÊiÉ ´ÉÞ¹ÉÉhÉÉÆ Eò±{ÉʪÉÊiÉ ´ÉÞ¹ÉÉEÞòÊ{É|ÉÉhÉ: 1) Nabhavedista Prana – the prana which is ¨ÉÚÌiÉ - ¨ÉÚSÉÇÊiÉ - EòÊ`öxÉEòɪÉiÉÉÆ nùkÉä ¶ÉÖGò¶ÉÉäÊhÉiÉÆ associated with semen and participates in the iÉ®ú±É¨ÉÊ{É ¤ÉÒVÉʨÉÊiÉ ¨ÉÚÌiÉ: formation of foetus is Nabhavedista Prana. ¶ÉÒiÉÉä¹hÉɦªÉÉÆ {ÉÊ®úiÉ{ªÉ¨ÉÉxÉÉiPÉ (¨ÉÚÌiÉ) ºÉÆVÉɪÉiÉä Probably correlated or compared to chromosomes. iÉxÉÖ / iÉxÉÚ - iÉxÉÉäÊiÉ ºÉÆiÉÉxÉ {É®Æú{É®ú 2) Balakhilya Prana – the sequence of body ʴɺiÉÉ®úªÉÊiÉ ºÉnùÉǶÉÉxÉ +xªÉÉxÉ EòɪÉÉxÉ <ÊiÉ iÉxÉÖ: development (Anga Pratyanga) in the foetus and iÉVVÉɪÉÉ VÉɪÉÉ ¦É´ÉÊiÉ ªÉSɺªÉÉÆ VÉɪÉiÉä {ÉÖxÉ: - attaining life in individual components of body is ¥ÉÉÀhÉ OÉÆvÉä Balakhilya Prana. ´É¹¨ÉÇ - ´É޹ɠ|ÉVÉxÉ ºÉɨÉvªÉæ 3) Vrushakapi Prana – the prana that makes the ´É¹ÉÇÊiÉ - Ê´ÉÊ´ÉvÉ䦪É: »ÉÉäiÉÉäʦÉÊkɺlÉ OÉxvªÉÉÊnù¦ªÉ: development of hair, skin, muscle, bone and marrow and formation is called as Vrushakapi iÉkÉnÂù ={ɪÉÉäMÉɽþÉÇxÉ »ÉÉ´ÉÉxÉ {ÉÊ®ú»É´ÉÊiÉ iÉnÖùuùÉ®úÉ Prana. SÉ ªÉvÉɪÉvÉÆ º´ÉÆ ÊxÉ´ÉǽþiÉÒÊiÉ ´É¹¨ÉÇ: 4) Evayaamarut Prana – the prana which makes +ÆMɨÉ - +ÆMɪÉÊiÉ - SÉä¹]õªÉÊiÉ <ÊiÉ +ÆMɨÉ the consistency in the body for integration of (ºÉEò±É ¶É®úÒ®ú¨ÉÊ{É) ºÉEò±É¨ÉÊ{É ¶É®úÒ®Æú +ÆMÉÆ tissues and retains in the womb for the requisite =SªiÉä iÉi{ÉÖxÉ: ¹Éb÷MɨÉ - ´ÉÉM¦É]õ -<ÆnÖù schedule till to the time of delivery is “Evayaamarut Prana”. Ref: Aitareya Brahmana, Gopatha Brahmana Moorti – from the soft and liquidly semen and ovum (Sukra & Sonita), the hard body is developed / derived through the process “Paka / Paripakwata” (transformation?) is called as Moorti. It is further said that the cold and heat are responsible for the transformation of soft to hard and formation of the body. Tanu and Tanoo – The body attains the inheritance of the parental qualities, thus it is Tanu. When a body is capable of producing another similar body (offspring) it is defined as Tanu. Tanu word is in terms of spreading. Varshma – is capacity of reproduction. The word “Varshati” refer to the body with many (Srotas) tubular structures with (Srava /Asravi Grandhi) glands secretion and non-secreting, nourishes and activates the normal regulative performance of tissues (Dhatu) to produce offspring is Varshma. Comment: Here the Dhatu means the Sukra (semen) which is capable of producing offspring. The secretions may refer to the prostate, etc, and non-secreting for testis. Angam – means that has motility/ movement/ physical activity. All the body is called as Angam. Vagbhata refer body as Shadangam (six body components).
  5. 5. KayaA lesson by Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (09633552646/09290566566) - technoayurveda@gmail.com KCBasics 05 Basics {ÉÖ®ú¨É - +OÉMɨÉxÉä {É®úÊiÉ {ÉÖ®Æú ¶ÉäiÉä {ÉÖ®ú¶ÉÉʪÉxÉ: Puram – Atma leads the physical body and makes Ê{Éhb÷¨É - ºÉƽþiÉä PÉxÉä SÉ Ê{Éhb÷¨É the activity in it. All the body activities are under the IÉäjɨÉ - IÉäjÉʨÉÊiÉ +ÆiÉ:Eò®úhɨÉ supervision of the Atma attains motion/ motility/ näù½þ¨É - Ênù½þ ´ÉnÇùxÉä - Ênù½þ ={ÉSɪÉä - momentum and the cause of growth. ¶É¤nùºiÉÉä¨É¨É½þÉÊxÉÊvÉ Pindam – is defined as that which is hard and compacted. ÊnùÁiÉä - ={ÉSɪÉiÉä +ɽþÉ®úMÉÖhÉÉÊnùʦÉ:, <ÊiÉ näù½þ: Comment: Anda – Pinda – Brahmanda: Anda refer to näùÎMVÉ |ÉÊiÉIÉhÉÆ ={ÉSɪÉiÉä ¦ÉÖHò®úxÉäxÉäÊiÉ näù½þ: dormant/latent state of development, Pinda is näù½þÉäÁɽþÉ®úºÉƦɴÉ: amalgamation/amalgamation phase, Brahmanda is active ¶É®úÒ®ú¨ÉÂ- ¶ÉÞ - ˽þºÉxÉä - ¶ÉÒªÉÇiÉä%xÉäxÉäÊiÉ ¶É®úÒ®ú¨É and outer ever extending/ expanding component ¶É®úÒ®ú¨É - ¶ÉÞ - <®úhÉ |ÉÊiÉIÉhÉÆ IÉҪɨÉÉhÉi´ÉÉiÉ constitutions supplied to form Anda and Pinda. The - ¶ÉÒªÉÇiÉä |ÉÊiÉIÉhÉÆ º´ÉvÉÉi´ÉÎMxÉʦÉ: ÊxÉnÇùMnù phases are understood as Anda = Semen/Ovum, Pinda= vÉÉiÉÖEò ºÉiÉ ¦É´ÉiÉÒÊiÉ ¶É®úÒ®ú¨É foetus, Brahmanda = exposure to the external world vÉÉiÉ´ÉÉä ʽþ vÉÉi´ÉɽþÉ®úÉ: |ÉEÞòÊiɨÉxÉÖ´ÉiÉÇxiÉä - SÉ.ºÉÚ.28/3 through delivery iÉÒIhÉä¨ÉÆnåùvÉxÉÉä vÉÉiÉÚxÉ ʴÉxÉɶɪÉÊiÉ {ÉÉ´ÉEò: Kshetram – means Antahkaranam = inner self. ½äþiÉÖºÉɨªÉÉiÉ ºÉ¨ÉɺiÉä¹ÉÉÆ º´É¦ÉÉ´ÉÉä{É®ú¨É: ºÉnùÉ - Naistiki Chikitsa is the modality of management for (º´É¦ÉÉ´ÉÉiÉ ʴÉxÉɶÉEòÉ®úhÉ ÊxÉ®ú{ÉäIÉÉnÖù{É®ú¨ÉÉä Antahkaranam. Ê´ÉxÉɶÉ: º´É¦ÉÉ´ÉÉä {É®ú¨É: - SÉGò{ÉÉÊhÉ)SÉ.ºÉÚ. 16/27 Deha: The body requires continuous nourishment ¶É®úÒ®Æú ¶ÉÞhÉÉiÉä: ¶É¨xÉÉiÉä´ÉÉÇ - xÉèPÉÆ]ÖõEòÉÆb÷ through food qualities for the healthy long living, as ¶É®úÒ®úʨÉÊiÉ Eòº¨ÉÉiÉ +MxɪÉÉäÁjÉ ¸ÉªÉxiÉä it receives such nourishment for the development YÉÉxÉÉÎMxÉnÇù¶ÉÇxÉÉÎMxÉ: - EòÉä¹]õÉÎMxÉÊ®úÊiÉ - iÉjÉ of the body (anabolic process) it is EòÉä¹]õÉÎMxÉxÉÉǨÉÉʶÉiÉ{ÉÒiɱÉäÁSÉÉ乪ÉÆ {ÉSÉÊiÉ - said as Deham. It receives continuous feeding at every nù¶ÉÇxÉÉÎMxÉ°ü{ÉÉhÉÉÆ nù¶ÉÇxÉÆ Eò®úÉäÊiÉ - YÉÉxÉÉÎMxÉ: moment and is possible only ¶ÉÖ¦ÉɶÉÖ¦ÉÆ SÉ Eò¨ÉÇ Eò®úÉäÊiÉ - MɦÉÉæ{ÉÊxɹÉiÉ because of food. Shareeram – Shareeram – the word Shareeram is used much in Ayurveda. Every moment undergoes the combustion and perishes either by Jatharagni or Pancha maha bhutagni and Dhatwagnis. Because in general normal conditions the Dhatu is the food for the Dhatu development (Cha.Su.28/3). Thus the Dhatu are subjected for the depreciation and perish. The perishing Dhatu is natural process because of the “Swabhava parama vada” (Cha.su.16/ 27 Chakrapani). This destruction of Dhatu happens always because of the daily routines undertaken or kala parinama (time bound progression). Sheeryate – root is from “Shru” or “Sham” (by Yaska in Naighantukanda) with the meanings of “Himsa” i.e. undergoes destruction (katabolic process) or perishes always. As it is seen from the root of “Shree” it means development and defines as in situ/ depended even. There are three Agni viz. Jnanagni, Darshanagni and Kostagni. Out of them the Kostagni digests the 4 varieties of food ingested, Darshanagni (Alochakapitta) keeps up the visualization function and Jnanagni is responsible for the “Shubha” and “Ashubha” karma i.e. good and bad deeds.

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