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1. Dr.R.R.Dwivedi (Professor & Head )
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1. Introduction to Ayurveda, Historical review 01
2.
Holistic approach of Ayurveda. Body & mind relationship,
Concept of body - mind – soul trio in maintenance
of health and disease.
01
3.
The concept of Panchamahabhuta (five proto elements)
and their practical utility. The concept of twenty
Bhautika-Gunas (properties) and their practical
applicability in Ayurveda.
01
 
2. Dr.H.M.Chandola (Professor )
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1. Role of Ayurveda in the western world 01
 
3. Dr. Hitesh A Vyas ( Asst.Professor)
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1. The concept of Tri-Doshas. 01
2. The concept of Srotas (channels) and their importance in
Patho-physiology
01
 
4. Dr. A. S. Baghel (Reader )
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1.
The concept of Prakriti and its clinical importance.
Prevention plan of diseases according to the body
types. Therapy through diet. List of foods
according to category and effect on constitution.
01
 
5. Dr. Mahesh Kumar Vays (Reader )
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1. The concept of Agni. Digestive strength (Agni), subtypes
and states.  Digestion & metabolism in Ayurveda and the
formation of Dhatu etc. Concept of Ama.
01
2.
Definition and concept of health in Ayurveda, concept
of Hitayu including Sukhayu with factors responsible for
health and disease in Ayurveda.
01
 
6. Dr. Arpan A Bhatt (Reader )
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1. Effects of food on body and on mind. Food combination.
Fasting. Getting accustomed (Satmya).
01
2.
Food preparation. Code for diet selection and method
of (Aharavidhivishesha Ayatana) cooking of food healthy
way, concept of Viruddhahar and Satmya-Asatmya.
Kritanna Varga
01
3. Introduction to Yoga. Relation of Ayurveda and Yoga,
Asanas, Shatkriyas and their role in therapeutic and
health maintenance. Concept of Pranayama in
maintenance of health and management
of diseases.
01
 
7. Dr. Meera Bhojani (Lecturer )
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
1. The concept of Dhatu – Upadhatu – Malas, Oja and their
applied aspects.
01
2. Maintenance of health - Ratricharya (night Regime),
Dinacharya (daily regime), Ritucharya (Seasonal
regime). Importance of sleep and celibacy.
01
 
 
 

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