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Elemental analysis in Rachana Sharir – the least explored area of Ayurvedic research
Deepika Prashar, Subhash Chandra Upadhyay and Sakshi Sharma
Curr Med Drug Res 7 (2): 235 (2023)
Elemental analysis refers to research that involves the development of knowledge, resulting in new concepts, methodologies, and understandings through creative applications of existing information. This can be achieved with the synthesis and analysis of previous research, which may lead to new and creative outcomes. Nowadays, it is the need of the hour in the field of Ayurveda. Ayurveda research focuses on creating a scientific approach towards the concepts and fundamental principles mentioned in the Ayurvedic classics, along with necessary adjustments to maintain the basic principles of Ayurveda. Doubtful concepts from Ayurvedic Samhitas can be addressed through literary research. On an academic platform, the basic principles of Ayurveda, as mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts, should be loud and clear. The concept of Rachana Sharir includes ancient Neuroanatomy such as Nadi Tantra, Marma (vital points of the body), Sukshma (micro), and Sthula (macro) Sharir, applied aspects of Shad chakras, Srotas (body channels), Avedhya sira (non-puncture vein), and Kala sharir (membranes). As knowledge of Rachana Sharir is the most important aspect before any treatment in Ayurveda, this article aims to explore the areas in Rachana Sharir that need clarification through research.

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