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Seminar 1

  • Ayurveda as the art of living & the knowledge of healing
  • Secrets of healthy living
  • Concept of Individual & Nature
  • Life & Karma
  • Chakras & Five sheaths of body
  • Branches of Ayurveda
Faculty            Dr.Ram Manohar

 

Seminar 2

  • Introduction to Vedic Philosophy
  • Three modes of the Universe & the Mind (Satwa, Rajas & Tamas)
  • Elements & Doshas
  • Twenty Attributes
  • The Three Doshas
  • Functions & location of Doshas
  • Doshic rhythms
  • The Advanced Concepts of Doshas tissues
  • Sub types of Doshas
  • Prana, Tejas & Ojas
  • Signs of Doshic imbalanc
  • Structure of the body – the subtle tissues
  • Channels & wastes.

Faculty  Alathiyoo Narayanan Nambi

Seminar 3

  • Prehistoric period – Ayurveda in Vedas, Ayurveda as upaveda.
  • Ayurvedic Traditions – Atreya tradition, Dhanwantari tradition,Vaidika period (Brahma, Dakshaparajapati, Ashwinikumaras, Indra)
  • Mythology of the origin of Elixirs (Amrtotpatti), Incarnation of Dhanwanthari, Gurukula system, Sanskrit language.
  • Samhitha period -Atreya school & Dhanwantari school, Charaka Samhitha & Susrutha Samhitha.
  • Samgraha period – Ashtanga Samgraha, Ashtanga hrudaya
  • Classical literatures – Brihatrayees, Laghutrayees
  • Universities – Nalanda & Takshashila, foreign students, Greeks physicians and students, seminars, contributions from Indian physicians who travelled through foreign countries like Greece, Arab etc.
  • Buddha & Ayurveda – Ayurvedic treatments during Buddha’s period
  • Foreign Invasion – Invasion & Destruction of Valuable Treatises, Universities, etc.
  • Freedom struggle and Ayurveda – Forceful introduction of English medical system, Committies for Ayurveda protection.
  • Independence and Ayurveda – Government committies and other organizations for its uplift, New education system, Rules and Regulations, BAMS, MD & PhD.
  • Present scenario – Universities, Colleges, Government Hospitals, Private Hospitals, Pharmaceutical Industries, National & International seminars. Authentic centers of Ayurveda in India and aboard.

Alathiyoor Narayanan NambiFaculty

Seminar 4

  • Philosophical background of Ayurveda:- Veda, Darsana and Ayurveda.
  • Knowledge of Substance (Dravya Vijnana) – Characteristics of Matter, Number of Matters, Proto Elements (Panchabhootas), Human body- Universe & Panchabhootas, Characteristics of Proto Elements and its classification, Time factor (Kala) and its importance, Soul and cosmic soul (Athma & Paramathma), derivation and characteristics of Mind (Manas), action of mind and its location.
  • Knowledge of Properties (Guna Vijnana) – Characters and number of Properties; Similar and dissimilar Properties, Importance of Properties.
  • Knowledge of Action (Karma Vijnana) – Characters and classification of actions (Karma)
  • Tools for understanding a knowledge (Pramana) Perception, Inference, Statements, Logical thinking, Comparison etc in Ayurveda characteristics of sense organs and their classification, Development of knowledge, Sensory and motor organs.

Faculty Dr.Ram Manohr &   Dr. E.P Jeevan

Sarira Rachana (Anatomy)

Seminar 5

  • Introduction- Definition of Body (Sarira), Panchabhoutikata of Sarira.
  • Anatomy according to Energy level (Tantra Sarira) – Ida, Pingala and Sushumna Nadi, Shat Chakra.
  • Anatomy according to Vital points (Marma Sarira) – Definition, Number, Location, Classifications, Importance of Trimarma.

Faculty: Dr. E.P Jeevan

Kriya Sarira (Physiology)

Seminar 6 & 7

  • Patho-physiological factors VATA, PITTA & KAPHA (Doshas), its knowledge Etymology, characteristic, functions, locations and classification, role in production of disease, reasons for its increase &decrease.
  • Digestion (Aharapachana) – Classification of food articles and method of intake, Jatara agni, Bhoota agni &Dhatwagni, digestion and metablolism, Mrudu, Madhya& Krura koshta.
  • Structure or Tissues and its byproducts ( Dhatus &Upadhatus) – Classification, Number, Production & Importance, Abnormality.
  • Waste products (Mala)- Definition, Classification, Functions
  • Mind (Manas)- Definitions, Properties, Relation between Psyche and bodily Dosha
  • Constitution (Prakruti) – Definition, Classification
  • Toxins (Ama) – Definition, Properties, Condition, Disease relation
  • Birth of disease (Shatkriyakalas) – Definition, Classification, Disease production

Practicals:

Demonstration of normal functions of Dosha, Dhatu &Mala, Analysing Vrudhi & Kshaya of Doshas, Dhatus &Malas, Analysing Prakruti.

Faculty Vaidya M. Prasad & Dr. E.P Jeevan

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