Abstract
SIRA SHARIRA; ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW AS PER AYURVEDA

Vd. Dhairyasheel Yadav* and Vd. Sushil Bobade

ABSTRACT

The ayurveda Samhitas contains huge information about the vessels of body which includes; Sira and Dhamani. Sira can be corelated with vessels that carry blood and perform many important functions inside the body. The knowledge about anatomical positioning of Sira helps to diagnose and treat diseases related to the vascular system. There are some Sira which should not be punctured and this procedure only allow in some specific Sira for therapeutic purpose. The vein and artery carry bloods from one place to another place as per modern science and Siras in some aspect can be corelated with vein and Dhamanis represents artery. Sira is thin blood vessels as compared to the Dhamani, other than this there are significant difference between Sira and Dhamani. Root of origin of Siras is umbilicus, after taking origin in the navel these Siras spread throughout the body and perform several physiological activities. Present article summarizes anatomical and physiological significance of Sira as per Ayurveda perspective.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Sira, Vessels, Blood, Dhamani.


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