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ANATOMICAL PERSPECTIVES OF ASTHI SHAARIRA AND RELATED ABNORMALITIES: AN AYURVEDA REVIEW

Dr. Omkar Kajale*

ABSTRACT

Dosha, Dhatu and Mala are three major elements of the body classified as fundamental components by ancient philosopher of Ayurveda. Dharana & Poshana of Sharira is major functions of Dhatus and Asthi is one of them. Asthi is the hard framework of body which supports body and forms internal skeleton. Ayurveda Samhitas encompasses sufficient information about the Asthi Sharir and this knowledge considered beneficial for Ayurveda physician involving in disease diagnosis and management. The ancient Indian text described various aspects of Asthi Sharir (osteology) including anatomical and physiological perspectives. Physiologically Asthi dhatu acquire great significance since it connects body, provides structure and frame, gives stability to the body, nourishing nervous tissue, facilitates movement and responsible for body posture, etc. The abnormalities related to the Asthi Sharir also mentioned in various traditional texts along with their therapeutic management. Present article described constituents, types, anatomical and pathological aspects of Asthi Sharir.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Sharirrachna, Asthi, Dhatu, Osteology.


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