Category Archives: Samhita

Charaka ‘Indriya-present scenario

Rationality of Charaka ‘Indriya-sthana’ at present scenario Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://www.technoayurveda.com/ Keynote address delivered at CAME on Rationale of Indriyasthan in Modern era on 25-04-2014 at MHACH&RC

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Charaka Shrutiprakash

It is to inform you that the Department of Samhita, Samskruta & Siddhanta of SDM College of Ayurveda and Hospital, Hassan is arranging a National workshop – “Charaka Shruti Prakasha” on 27th, 28th & 29th July 2012 with the following themes.

  • To appreciate methodology of Charaka Samhita
  • Conceptual and clinical cognition of Chikitsa Sutra
  • To interpret cross references of Chikitsa Siddhanta
  • Comprehend linguistics for Samhita Adhyayana

SDM cordially invite you to be an integral part of this workshop and motivate the Postgraduate scholars of Samskruta, Samhita & Siddhanta and teachers of your institution. Please find the Registration Form – Samhita siddhanta seminar inaugurated on 27th July and continued for 3 days  up to 29th July 2012.  Contact – Dr Mallika KJ on charakashrutiprakasha@gmail.com / drmallikakj@gmail.com  – look for more in brochure. Contact Numbers: Ph: +91-9916687977, +91-9980375322, +91 8172-256461, 63

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Utility of Commentaries

by Dr.Pallavi.G [download]

Epistemology

Epistemology (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) (from Greek ἐπιστήμη (epistēmē), meaning “knowledge, science”, and λόγος (logos), meaning “study of”) is the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and scope (limitations) of knowledge.[1] It addresses the questions:

  • What is knowledge?
  • How is knowledge acquired?
  • How do we know what we know?

Darśana (DarshanSanskrit: दर्शन) is a Sanskrit term meaning “sight” (in the sense of an instance of seeing or beholding; from a root dṛś “to see”), vision, apparition, or glimpse. It is most commonly used for “visions of the divine,” e.g., of a god or a very holy person or artifact. One could “receive darshana” of the deity in the temple, or from a great saintly person, such as a great guru.

In the sense “to see with reverence and devotion,” the term translates to hierophany, and could refer either to a vision of the divine or to being in the presence of a highly revered person. In this sense it may assume a meaning closer to audience. “By doing darshan properly a devotee develops affection for God, and God develops affection for that devotee.”[1]

Darshan is ultimately difficult to define since it is an event in consciousness—an interaction in presence between devotee and guru; or between devotee and image or sculpture, which focuses and calls out the consciousness of the devotee. In either event, a heightening of consciousness or spirituality is the intended effect. [Read more on Epistemology]

Manuscript – devine trinity

Darshanam (Telugu)

Brahma Meemamsa Darsanam
Nyaya Meemamsa Darsanamu
Sankya Meemamsa Darsanamu
Vysheshika Meemamsa Darsanamu
Darsanakartalu – Darsanamulu

Darshanam (Sanskrit)

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