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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Issue 7, Part A (2021)

A conceptual review on krimiroga in ayurveda

Author(s)
Dr. Jyoti Sonkar, Dr. Parwez Ahmad Ansari, Dr. Dev Nath Singh Gautam and Dr. Ashok Kumar Sonkar
Abstract
The Ayurveda combines the Sanskrit words Ayu (life) and Veda (science or knowledge) thus Ayurveda means science of life. Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine having emergence a thousand year ago. Since that ancient time Ayurvedic Aacharyas were well known by existence of Krimis, and they have mentioned it in their various literatures regarding its Nidana (causes), Sankhya (different number), Naamkarana (terminology), Swarupa (appearance), Lakshana (symptoms), Sthana (finding area) Chikitsa Vyavastha (management), Yoga (Kriminasaka formulation). Even in the modern era Krimi has been considered a life-threating issue as it causes illness in children and adult human beings having numbers of local to systemic manifestations such as Kandu, Kotha, Pidika, Shoola, Agnimandhya, Panduta, Vishthambhi, Balanasa, Lalasarava, Aruchi, Hridyaroga, and Atisara. In this review, an article effort has been made to elaborate the concept of Krimi chronologically from different Ayurvedic treatises and also to detailed the different perspective regarding its management as per traditional system of medicine.
Pages: 34-44  |  259 Views  18 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Jyoti Sonkar, Dr. Parwez Ahmad Ansari, Dr. Dev Nath Singh Gautam, Dr. Ashok Kumar Sonkar. A conceptual review on krimiroga in ayurveda. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(7):34-44. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2021.v7.i7a.8731
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