Certificate in Up Vaidya Course
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Vaidya (Sanskrit: वैद्य) is a Sanskrit word meaning "physician". It is also used unchanged in modern Indo-Aryan languages such as Hindi. It was and is used generally in India to refer to a person who practises ayurveda, an indigenous Indian system of medicine. Senior practitioners or teachers were called Vaidyarāja "physician-king" as a mark of respect.Some practioners who had complete knowledge of the texts and were excellent at their practices were known as " Pranaacharya". Some royal families in India had a personal vaidya in attendance and these people were referred to as Rāja Vaidya "the king's physician"
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What you'll learn on the course
- UP VAIDYA
- Pranabhisar Vaidya
- Drug Standardization and Regulations
- Ayurvedic products
- AYURVEDIC PHARMACEUTICS
- AYURVEDIC DIETETICS
- Ahara and Physiological Study
- Therapeutic Dietetics
Teachers and trainers (1)
- Lakshana of Ayu, composition of Ayu.
- Lakshana of Ayurveda.
- Lakshana and classification of Siddhanta.
- Introduction to basic principles of Ayurveda and their significance.
2. Ayurveda Darshana Nirupana
- Philosophical background of fundamentals of Ayurveda.
- Etymological derivation of the word “Darshana”. Classification and general introduction to schools of Indian Philosophy with an emphasis on: Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Sankhya and Yoga.
- Ayurveda as unique and independent school of thought (philosophical individuality of Ayurveda).
- Padartha: Lakshana, enumeration and classification, Bhava and Abhava padartha, Padartha according to Charaka (Karana-Padartha).
3. Dravya Vigyaniyam
- Dravya: Lakshana, classification and enumeration.
- Panchabhuta: Various theories regarding the creation (theories of Taittiriyopanishad, Nyaya-Vaisheshika, Sankhya-Yoga, Sankaracharya, Charaka and Susruta), Lakshana and qualities of each Bhoota.
- Kaala: Etymological derivation, Lakshana and division / units, significance in Ayurveda.
- Dik: Lakshana and division, significance in Ayurveda.
- Atma:Lakshana, classification, seat, Gunas, Linga according to Charaka, the method / process of knowledge formation (atmanah jnasya pravrittih).
- Purusha: as mentioned in Ayurveda - Ativahikapurusha/ Sukshmasharira/ Rashipurusha/ Chikitsapurusha/ Karmapurusha/ Shaddhatvatmakapurusha.
- Manas: Lakshana, synonyms, qualities, objects, functions, dual nature of mind (ubhayaatmakatvam), as a substratum of diseases, penta-elemental nature (panchabhutatmakatvam).
- Role of Panchamahabhuta and Triguna in Dehaprakriti and Manasaprakriti respectively.
- Tamas as the tenth Dravya.
- Practical study/application in Ayurveda.