A REVIEW IMPORTANCE OF NIDAN PANCHAK IN AYURVEDA

Dr. Naredra Rathod, Dr Gouri Mulik

Abstract


In Ayurveda there. Are five means of diagnosis(Nidana panchaa) namely Nidana (cause or etiology), Purvarupa (prodromal. Symptoms or premonitory symptoms), Rupa (specific. Sign and symptoms or clinical features). There are many ways of diagnosis in Ayurveda but one of them is Nidan panchak . Nidan panchak is the one of themost important method to diagnose disease, its causes and prognosis. Nidan panchak is consist of five sub typeswhich are Nidan (causes), Purvroop (symptoms), Roop(signs), Upshaya (examination methods) and Samprati(pathogensis). The diagnosis of disease in Ayurveda is done by Prakriti of the patient. Prakriti of the patient dependson the Dosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) Diagnosis of disease depends on Tridoshas which are Vata, Pitta, Kapha. By theimbalance of these Tridoshas disease occurs in the body. These imbalances in the body Doshas is due to lifestyle, dietand eating habits of the people. Diagnosis is the important component for the treatment of disease. In Ayurveda thereare many techniques other than Nidan panchak which are used for the diagnosis of the disease they are Naadi pareeksha, Dashvidh pareeksha, Asthvidh pareeksha but in this article importance of Nidan panchak is explained.

Keywords


Roga pariksha, Ayurveda, Nidan panchak, Purvroop, Upshaya, Samprapti, Tridoshas

Full Text:

PDF

References


. Ambikadatt Shastri, Sushruta Samhita of Sushruta with Ayurveda Tatva Sandipika Hindi Commentary, UttarTantra Reprint edition; Varanasi: Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthana, 1, 2013.

. Pt.Kashinathshastri and Dr.Gorakhanathchaturvedi, Charaka Samhita of charaka with Vidyostini HindiCommentary, Sutrasthana, Reprint edition; chapter 1,Varanasi: Chaukhambha bharati academy 2009.

. Ashtanga Hridaya of Vaghbhatta – Sarvanga Sundari Comm. Arunadatta, Edited by Pt. hari Sadasiva sastriparadakara, Chaukhambha Surbharati Prakashan Varanasi, reprint; nidanasthana, chapter 1, 2014.

. Madhav Nidana Madhukosh Vyakhya by Ayurveda Acharya sh. Sudershan Shastri Utrardh ChaukhambhaSanskrit sansthan 5(1).

. Pt.Kashinathshastri and Dr.Gorakhanathchaturvedi, Charaka Samhita of charaka with Vidyostini HindiCommentary, nidanasthana, Reprint edition; Varanasi: Chaukhambha bharati academy, 1, 2009, 600-609.


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.