Ayurveda Chikitsa Seva


Ayurveda (Ayu + Ved) is derived from gathering these two words which means “life sciences”. The Documentation of Ayurveda is described in the Vedas. It has been developed from various Vedic Mantras, in which the basic elements / philosophies of world and life diseases and medicines have been described. The knowledge of Ayurvedic was been widely documented in Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita. According to Ayurvedic, The health is important in attaining the purpose of life – Dharma, Artha, kaam and Moksha. Ayurvedic is a complete integration of the physical, mental and spiritual and social aspects of human beings, which affect one another.


The element of Ayurvedic knowledge is based on the principle of “Panchmahabhut”, from which all objects and living bodies have been created. The combination of these five elements is described as “tridosh”, for example Vata (Space + Air), Pitt (Fire + Warmth) and Kapha (Water + Earth). These three Doshas are found in the beings. Mental spiritual properties are described as Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas. Various changes and mix of Sattva, Rajas and Tamas constitute human nature and personality. Ayurveda considers the human body as combination of these three Doshas, five elements (panch mahabhut), seven body tantu (sapta dhatu), five gyanendriyan (sensory organs) Karmendariyan (Action Organs), mind (manas), knowledge (intellect) and soul (aatma). Ayurvedic theory Balanced actions of structures and actions consider the attainment of the goal which is a symbol of good health. Any kind of imbalance in the internal and external components is the reason for disease, and the restoration of balance through various techniques, procedures, regulation, diet and medicine is the only treatment.


Today, the whole world is drawing attention to the Ayurvedic medical system, for which they have started using many Indian herbs in their medicines. This is the specialty of Ayurvedic medicine, the diseases are treated in such a way that the disease is destroyed by root and does not re-generate.


In Ayurveda, Diseases are identified and tested by various questions and eight tests like Nadi, Urine, Mal, Ziva, word (voice), Sparsha (Touch), Eye, Shape etc.


Ayurvedic believes in humans as a replica of a small universe (Like body like the universe). Medical is subjective in this method. Writing a medicine prescription for any person, his physical and mental condition, nature, gender, age, metabolic (fire), the nature of the work behavior, It is necessary to consider sleeping and other food items. There are two types of Ayurvedic medicines (a) Health carers and (b) Pediatrics. In the Ayurvedic section of health care, it is called as a healthy heart and it contains personal health sciences, routine daily routine, proper social behavior and rejuvenation products such as rejuvenation / food and chemical medicines,The use of medicines in pathogenic medicines, specific diet and lifestyle are included, the diseases caused by it are cured.


Characteristics of Ayurvedas: -


During the Sanhita Kaal (1000 B.C.) Ayurved grew in eight special branches, due to which it is called Ashtanga Ayurveda. They are:

Kaya Chikitsa (Internal Medicine)

Kaumarbhratya (Paediatrics)

Griha Chikitsa (Psychiatry)

Shalakya (E.N.T.)

Shalya Tantra (Surgery)

Vish Tantra (toxicology)

Rasayan (Geriatrics)

Vajikaran (Science of Vitality)


In the last 50 years of the development of teaching and training in Ayurveda, it has now been developed in special branches which are:-

Fundamental Principles of Ayurvedic

Ayurveda Sanhita

Rachna Sharir (Anatomy)

Kriya Sharir (Physiology)

Dravyagun Vigyaan (Materia Medica & Pharmacology)

Ras Shastra

Bhashjya Kalpana (Pharmacology)

Kaumar Bhritya (Paediatrics)

Prasuti Tantra (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

Swasth Vrat (Preventive and Social Medicine)

Kaya Chikitsa (Internal Medicine)

Rog Nidan (Pathology)

Shalya Tantra (Surgery)

Shalakya Tantra (E.N.T.)

Manorog (Psychiatry)



Curriculum has been made according to specific branches or subject departments mentioned above as well as there are still studies, teaching and exploration proceeding.