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Volume 5 Issue 6
A Conceptual Study Of Shatkriyakala With Special Reference To Clinical Practices
|Author(s)||Dr. Saurabh Singh Hada, Dr. Anjali Bhati, Dr. Bhanu Pratap Singh|
|Abstract||Kriyakala is a unique concept of Ayurveda. The concept of Kriyakala can be used to achieve both the objectives of the Ayurveda, i.e. maintaining the health of the healthy person and curing diseases. The term Kriyakala refers to the recognition of the progress of the stage of a disease which helps to determine appropriate measure to correct the imbalance in Dosha’s. The word Kriyakala is composed of the words Kriya and Kala, where Kriya means the choice to treatment (medicine, food and daily-routine) used to improve the disturbance in Doshas, while Kala means the progression of the disease. This concept is mainly compared with the pathogenesis of a disease. The six stages of Kriyakala mentioned by Acharya Sushruta gives an idea regarding the state of the disease in the body and it guides us when to intervene. The purpose of this paper is to explain the significance of Kriyakala in the diagnosis and prognosis of disease. Kriyakala provides us the knowledge of diagnosis, prognosis and the level of intervention and so that to prevent the establishment of a disease.|
|Keywords||Ayurveda, Kriyakala, Dosha, Diagnosis, Prognosis|
|Field||Biology > Medical / Physiology|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||A Conceptual Study Of Shatkriyakala With Special Reference To Clinical Practices - Dr. Saurabh Singh Hada, Dr. Anjali Bhati, Dr. Bhanu Pratap Singh - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8135|
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