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IJAHM Latest Issue IJAHM have published its latest issue Vol. 8 Issue 05 2018 published IJAHM Call For Paper invites paper from various Ayurveda & herbal Medicine for Volume 8 Issue 05 Sept.-Oct. 2018 ...... Impact Factor : 4.415

1Dr. Abhay M. Khot, 2Dr. Umakant N. Rabb

DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.31142/ijahm/v8i5.03

                   1Asst.prof. Department of Rognidan, AcharyaDheshbhushanAyurved Medical College and Hospital Shamanewadi- Bedkihal  Tal: Chokkodi , Dist: Belagavi Karnataka

2Asst. prof. Department of Dravyagunavijnana, AcharyaDheshbhushanAyurved Medical College and Hospital Shamanewadi- Bedkihal  Tal: Chokkodi , Dist: Belagavi Karnataka          

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Abstract

Ayurveda is not only an ancient science of life but a spiritual science too. The main aim of Ayurved is to attain Mokshai.e liberation.  It not only deals with SharirikaVyadhis but ManoVyadhis also called Mano-Vikaras. The Mind directly connected with the both Jnanendriya and Karmendriya. The internal organ of perception and cognition or the instrument by which sense objects affects the soul is called as Mana. When the mind is linked with Indiyas leads to feelings of Sukha, Dukha etc. e.g when theSparshanendriya contacts with Agni leads to formation blisters, but the feeling of heat is achieved by Mana. As per classics Mana is of three types viz; Satva, Raja, and Tama. These are also called Gunas. Among them the Satva is the Guna whereas raja and tama are its doshas.  Mind is directly interlinked with VataDosha and vice-versa which leads to miss-interaction with the Indriyas. And produces various Mano-Vikarase.gMada, Murcha, Sanyasa, Apasmara, Unmada, Atatvabhinivesha. The present study reveals the NidanPanchaka of Atatvabhinivesha and its literary review according to various ancient Ayurvedic texts.The further scope of the study is to treat the patient according to Ayurvedic principles such as SatvavajayaChikitsa etc.

KEY WORDS: Ayurveda, Mana, Indriya, Atatvabhinivesha, ManovahaStrotasetc

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