. Manasik Bhavas as a Nidana in Samprapti of Prameha
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Nilesh Suresh Dalvi, & Abhijit Mhalank. (2023). . Manasik Bhavas as a Nidana in Samprapti of Prameha. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 11(4). Retrieved from https://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/1142


Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical science which aims to maintain the balance of a healthy individual and cure the disease of an ill person. Ayurveda education includes many branches like Kriya Sharir, Rachana Sharir, Dravyaguna, Rasashastra, Bhaishajyakalpana, Agadatantra, Roganidan etc. Roganidan describes the pathophysiology of any disease. It covers causative factors, prodromal symptoms, symptoms, its pathogenesis etc.

Mana or mind is an integral part of a human being. It is one of the factor included in the definition of health by Acharya Sushruta.  The expressions emerging in mana can be grossly divided into two categories, namely Sukhakar and Dukhakar Sukhakar bhavas are those which give positive or pleasant feelings while Dukhakar bhava are those which give negative or unpleasant feelings. These Dukhakar manasik bhavas when exist in high quantity or intensity are responsible for formation of disease. These manasik bhavas can cause vitiation of Doshas and dhatus and give birth to diseases like Prameha. In fact, Acharya Vagbhata has mentioned them as one of the Dushya factor in samprapti of Prameha. So present study is an attempt to conceptually review manasik bhavas as a nidana in Samprapti of Prameha.

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