Critical Comparative Study of Month wise Intrauterine Foetal Development As Per Ayurvedic And Jyotish Science W.S.R To Modern Embryogenesis

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Embryogenesis, Foetal development

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Waghe, S., Darokar, S., & Rajyalakshmi Rao, Y. (2019). Critical Comparative Study of Month wise Intrauterine Foetal Development As Per Ayurvedic And Jyotish Science W.S.R To Modern Embryogenesis. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(01). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/279

Abstract

The Jyotish science is complimentary to the Ayurvedic medical science. The principles of Jyotish science have been in applied in Ayurvedic science at various places. The month wise description of intrauterine embryonic and foetal development is mentioned in both ancient Ayurvedic and Jyotish science. Modern medical science had made enormous progress in understanding the process of embryogenesis and organogenesis in intrauterine life with modern technical advances. The 5th and 6th month description of foetal development is more precise in Jyotish science than Ayurvedic science. The 1st to 2nd month description of embryonic development is more precise in modern medical science. Hence, there is a need to study the

month wise intrauterine foetal development as per Ayurvedic and Jyotish Science in the light of modern medical embryogenesis. The critical comparison of Ayurvedic and Jyotish science, shows marked similarities between the description of monthly embryonic and foetal development. The extra description mentioned in Jyotish science related monthly foetal development should be incorporated in Ayurvedic science. The description of monthly embryonic and foetal development in Ayurvedic and Jyotish science, can fairly be correlated with modern description of embryogenesis and foetal organogenesis and proper blending of ancient knowledge with modern knowledge could be done.

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