An Ayurveda Review on Upyantras used in Shalya Tantra

  • Vd Rajesh Chandrakant Pandit
  • Dr Anantkumar V. Shekokar
  • Vd. Manish Choudekar

Abstract

Ayurveda is the ancient science of health and well being, routed through several distinguish branches, these branches of ayurveda meant for particular purposes. Shalya Chikitsa is one of them in which various surgical and para-surgical interventions utilize for treating different diseases which require surgical and para-surgical care. Arsha, Bhagandara, Charmakeela, Kshara and Kadara etc. are some conditions which can be treated through Shalya Chikitsa. Various types of Yantras used Shalya Chikitsa including Swastika, Taala, Samdansha, Shalaka, Naadia and Upayantra. These equipments play vital role in the success of Shalya Chikitsa and without them the practical utilization of concepts of Shalya Chikitsa can’t be made. Considering this fact some perspectives related to the Upayantra are presented here in this article.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Shalya Chikitsa, Yantras, Upayantra.

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Pandit, V. R. C., D. A. V. Shekokar, and V. M. Choudekar. “An Ayurveda Review on Upyantras Used in Shalya Tantra”. Himalayan Journal of Health Sciences, Vol. 5, no. 1, Mar. 2020, pp. 22-24, doi:10.22270/hjhs.v5i1.50.
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