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PARTI :: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE :: 18. g^jq >chT&cii ^qq ^spp qg -?tt3P ^tpt ^ ^prt 3pqRf ^c*ui c^ct
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1. History ofIndia and Indian national movement. 19. 3TWT ^qqp ^T T-eTPT ^ ^PRT 3Rj^T qoT ^cT ^Tgfpg^t eft cTTR^P I
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2. History ofChhattisgarh and Contribution ofChhattisgarh in na
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pp4i 23. ^ft.#.tSt. •* fcRg f^TTgpR ^cjiRicb sfpTf^r fctfTR qg ^<iPig>
53. 3fg: ^ncJt cfq gp ?p$P; t%gpqg> 3T£ggq i qfteP sfp g*R g> srrpt 3ftqq 3rgqtpq gq ^tpi
qq gq ?p3P f^iiieHch srcggq i qtftg ?fg 3fp vj?rq> pp4 i ezpfaaTPcg 24. ^g^TPttep (qg^cr ^ 3qqR q? 3ffqer %gTfcrf^r gq 5nq) gq
gq ?nfR t%gpqep 3t«ppti fgcTF ^rspp gq m%? t%gTcpg> wqi
3T«PR| ^eRTP ^RSIRT gp W$K fcbUlcHcb 3T«PPT I WT gqpTcPgj 25. Pppg eft c^qfccT, ^qeT?r yKH'Ricbdi, vdM^lRicii qsp g^r fctfrqgiq i
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^crf^RRT pf^rgq qqif 3fp wgqTI pppjg, pier goggq, ^g^g Pfg^g, ^pt^eT f^ppjg, ^nfeppp t^PR^,
54. g 3j|c|7(deb (t^bl^TgPTPP), cb^e^e^d ^RPfiffrf (^RT^rtc^t), vitg Pppg ^pttctr, fppg 3pg^q^q t^g Pppg g^cM ^ pr, g>ieT qg
^KHIilPlcb qPTeP^vJR, qe7f 3TTq#ftcR, qfeRP %&l, fp^cftefpft fcfqg ^pqft 1
qpTeP^viR, $&ft?\, gpftftgRT gp gcfppT if 3Tepgp i 27. ^piptR qqf^cTT qg 3ggcffepF5 qpjer<t stpp ffism (q. x^>. 3P?) if
55. cft^rgq qfcRap 3fq: ^qrcft tr?p fctspq pp crtph if ^Rpfcf i vic^Rsld 3ttqq cbcMHisff ^ fcpgp 3Ttggq |
56. ^P ^eT ?ftq if cRfPTP ^pfrf I 28. qtqgj 3ttbr, cr4, 3TT6R gtpvjr, ^un^cb snft q? ^pppg vJTFRjgjpT 1
29. PTgq ^Ffcg, qTgq w (wiR^di g>pg>) vipgcTP ^parg> (3frqf^r q^arg))
(•4) oqHsmcIL rtoq^m §^:. gp WPI
30. prp ^rctp^ g> apgqfcppp qg 3p|.#.qp.3TR. etrt qgqt^rq ^TT^ftg
geq cr? ptp wp gp qerg, erg if 3ftqf£r p? hih^h spp qft 3ppf£r ^ 3?)t)^ij qrgq gq qg^" 3TTgpR> ^PvjT wgf q? ^p^tapcpg> wp I
Rf^H qpft qg qgfgt gft PTgpf *p/f c^qfoi I
3ttqt^r ^ ^qqf^rq *ms?ih, qttff g> fctf^q 3rggeff gq ^r (ifcftfeftte) (05) oMUsmcIL -^T?TT^r ^ ^Rq[ cheMHi j^:-
qg gap (qr^eft^ftftq>) crtp i
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3PFR qczff qgfgi wtuw ^ 3pqRgq 1%^fq, ^pmR=q if qgem fcrf^ mRhi^i wvw i
3llij3[^cb iblH^lR^I 3TFP $R^i|| if i$\4<& 3fMtg qTpqtg> W*>mcHcb 02. 3?rftq qsq srgt^Pr gqRgRqf gp feRgq 5TRT qsp v3qq> 3rgfrfpr
fcrf^ eTapp, pqfg qg gepqq (eprYftRT) i ^qfgqq ^f gq, gqT, gs, eft^t,^p^t, pq>eT w^h qsp v?q^flcflp
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3pqq gcif q> qrP WT PP 5HP, ^Fff^q goq (cbH^cjR-fiid ^RT) Y#qt^Rff g> Prpfq if qgerq)
ferPrrggi 03. *i«>K, 3TPP, "vpeT qsq 3pg gg, gqeT, qpr snft gq 3Ttggq qsq
vjtcrferfetePP, >H'cbdNH PviTTfcPff PP 5PP | 3ffq^tgRq if ^qgq pfcpi
qRRRg> 5PP 3Ttt%q> ^fPFTerg (eft ^ ^f per) ^ wr if Tjppgq^, 04. PTgqT qg Pcfqqq f^fg qg pbip qrftq qg argfeitq w$f^i dcb4lcbi'
srtqt^t qg q^nqq ^ppft 3Tf^Pfgp ^ wm'Ricb ptp pp qRgg, gpigqRc^ PP 5TRI
v^h^k 3Tt^rftqp eflf^jcb ^pqgT srt^fgp? qg 3iigcfRcb 3ffqf^Pff cf> 05. fcrfipq ?f|qq, vm^q, g^q qg PRq- ftStfl gq fcpgq ?nq 1gci gq
3pgpr faqfq ^pg^f fcTPrgp gq qf^ggi Ricgid qg qf^pqT, gci qgp^ gsq fcr^rqqR, p^tgRq if fert^pq geff
^aTg> ^fgEPT dcbdlcb gp 5TH I gqPeig, ge if fdtlq goq eft 3rWfg (f^f^Rftg) pp^crp, p^t q^tap
9. 3TggT%cT5 ^q ^r ^mfft^rg qTgqt gq wpi fetter qg wt Pprfq' g?t 3TTgPpb" fctt^Rff ^ gepp, 3rgiffqRq qg
10. 3pgcfg qg MK^Rcb t^rf^RP if sffqf^gf eft f^grfcrt^r ^ ptfeTcp efrfMgRqi
RHcgjfd i 06. ^pg, "gfcf gq fcpgg wq, ^pg ?frqq, gggRq, wrqpq 1
?q, gq, ft4, fcRTg>, qqR qg g>4 ^ ^qgpff PFg3ft gq fcpgp 07. qfcfPft^r gcq gq %£fg qsq ^ff^q girt q?r ggf1
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?^) g> ?q qFg3ft q^ fcpqq i 3TgfxjpT 5nqI PtfcR) qRPgpTcb" fcPc^RT, PTBTT-aTPReq, PRP gtq,
12. ^p4t qn^ ePgqft if g^mRniRld g>pt pp cztrcT) 3Ttggq i qpq pier, prp ^ffqq, 3P^ m^R, 3p^tcrtwgp?, ftgeftcsr qpg,
13. cjdHH ^fm ^p^tap ?ffer PRiftg 3pgeffcpr5 ^pjRPTF (3pgcffepr5 qpg ^rpq gq f^fg, g^q, wr, qapfrg qsp ppq, t^Tf^RTcftg gq
PPPfq^ftPT 3TPP ^fegT) qsp Plciycbi^i %gxftg^ gciff ^ gq qg g>^ ?rsp ^qgpri
gq fcRvJcT 3Ttggq | 09. pfrp, "vjqRT, ^piqRq ^p, qrg vjqqTg "R^q, v^qqpr, feR, "vRfcR,
14. 3ttfr gezft gq fcpgq 3reggp, q^pq g^f ^ff|q gF?R5t qg RI^h gqTcpf, dciu|c|jf, aPRqif, t%gnP g^f qsq ^fPPRq if qgcrq 3pggatf
PpRg3ff if gp% 3TTFR gpf pp 3t«rh i gq Ppp t1pg3p; ^ 3f?Rfq fcpgq 3t«pr - g-qRggf^/^^Rr
15. fctt^pq ^qr-eqqf q^ gq4 PRif gTctt 3ftqf£rgf c^ 3ttqt^Pf Rn^i'dl pp (ci5ii^if/ufrg fcpifpflg, qrf^r ^ftcr, ptfcTeb- ^Rpgf^g) fcpetq^r,
5THI PTBRT-3PP^g, "SffePT, PRq feTt^r, gcgt c^ fcTforPcftq gq ?TSP wtfm \
16. g^ PiqK^, vjgqqmg?, ^fpppqg>, pgifF gmg?, ^vreg ^grRpq ^Mf, 10. %$ggf\RT qq^g^PTeT ^et^^^f gp fcpgq ^nq, "qpF fetter,
cNPgwcb, cpqqmg>, fcRRapeqg), gcrfcRaPcpg), g^rer, qt^Rpp >(Hcf|4dlejf^, qHlclcbl^l fcTfootffq PT^T, 3TgPH, fefPP^ ^Tffcf WP I
(c|ii^iL|cb), crM^g dp5)cbi ?pq g?r JifdR^rgt^ g«?gicbH %g yiiViidHcb p^q qsq Rife4l' g> Prpfq ^ feR ^Rpq qq^ftg) qq.aft.ft. qsp
3ffwfer5TPT PP PMeTP) ^H I ggTfeTcfr g^teT gq ft#RT 1
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11. *TPT - 3Tl?g> PPT, ^uI^lf$Tg> PPT, Pptftp PPT, PR? PPT, q^fTrf PPT, 28. qpfofcpRP, MfgRq, PP3M, eftF vM, 3ftq£r ^gq, 3rg^ qg arqgg,
cTTP PPT, c% PPT, P^ PPT, PPT PPT, PP PPT, P?K PPT, fecfp 3rferf£r "pt goq ;vtgq RcbK qg RcbK ?rffcT "v^qrgi
PPT, Raid, gpPT ^ gcfeftF PPT, WS PPT, gfcTrT PPT, PRfcfgq PPT, 29. 3ffqET qpf qg gcqppRtp gq fcRgg 3tkppt, pt^t,argqRT 3tfq yrfrq
qtgcft ppt, qgreT ppt, gp^jp ppt, qgq te? ppt, p^p^r^ egg? fctt^T vj>Hcbl R|R>o(H<ftiJ PPR 3fR wfc] fct?R Wl^fqoq q?f cbi*Jcbdl
PPT, #Pb~ PPT, PTt^TPg *RP I PlHfelRsJd f^q m 3ftW gpff gp fepp^q feTcRRTI
12. gTgg> - ?RqgTgg>i ^qeffg qp, m^ ^c3R qp, t%ggq eftfet qp, ftget^cR q^, 3pqg #<g
13. fa^t - qgTer f^t, PTt^rgg ftp^t, g^TfP ftRft, vrTFe'-qt^eT fo*cft, qp, PBTeTa^t fcTeTRT PP, PPcT ^gPTPR qp, PPP PTeTcft PP,gSP gicT
quicbkiHRi f^nscfr $egiR i Pci-riiHPi qp, erggg ir&R qp, ggiP^ :pt,qrpgTq qp, g^gg>ep qp,
14. ^qeffg qpRPT, qtfeft, g^ftqgg qg qRcieft qp g> feR ifgqRgftq, g^ppg qp, fggpjfg qp, PF^tt prtct qp, p^w qp, uTefpRTR qp,
LbinkgRcbd ^siq gqfcRgq sift, ppf fctfr, pcMgrgfr, gq^q, gegvjrq q^T, ergPTt^TdtPPP PP, 3T^eTJv5R PT, -cbjif gqqq q^r, gfepRq
RiRbotflii prqT, srgqH, ^pp frqfq fctfagf, qp.sft.^t. crjt geqfeTcft qp, t^pfq qp, ^gfcRTPR qp, gTP PvqfcpT pp, 3iRh^hk pp, qgqpefp
cbc^d gp PrtpRqi qp, gqpgEp qp, gyf g^gtgg qp, ppr efcteRqp, H^iciidRtci'^cb qp,
15. qppfg, qp^gg ?fq, wpp pg^gg, q#g RmmRi, ^epg g^p#r, qp gRg^tqg qp, 3]^^'^ q^r, geP^cqq qp, h^i^i^i^i pp, rRgTgg
qcPTPR, qpTapg, qp gqq^g, 3TRfggR, t%^ **t*RT nRiHidi, 3pgcfg pp, PRjcfrg q^r, qpTPR geff, qgreT qgTgq qp, qtr^b pppp, gg*jyr w,
qgrm, xUHd^'Riuft, i^jq qePTgefr, qpTP^r 3gft psff gq 3Ttggp qgvjffcTq qq, ^itRidHld qp,qqgf^vP^eTcT>gq pt, "^oqrg qp, p4R^i*iRi
(pepgfag cftgq pf§q), ^p psp gpfirfcpf) qgcT 1940 g? pspt ^sger qp, Ri-dHRi qp, teffggf^pqTPt^r pp, 3?gqpqg> q^f, giRcR q^r,
if gfflg gppft -dp] 3TKPPT, cj^^^l q> pRfgfag 3f?ff gq stkppt i g^ggiRcR q^r ^gTpgqpRPPTPt^T qp, 3iKVi|citfft geft, g^qprgeff,
16. ^prp cbeM-ii gq ^fcPoRT qg c^fog> fctgqp, iR^r ?rp 3ftw g?f art^qg^ geff, ws geft i
^fcTTePPT, ^Pviq cbeM-ll q> STT^Rgp RHcsUcI, ^PHT q^ePPT if PgcTP ^frqgq q^f - q^rftpgq, pgRtcRT, f^pgRceM, p^rtpppq, iMw,
qf^PTPR I Peerfcfgq qpg>^q, pqgw, prf^rgg qp i
17. g*g> gsq 3Pcf 3ftqfagf ^ftptbttptswi^di qsp vptc£ ppf^, pwp qpfcfr qp - ppq^eff, dte^cfl eppq^t, pp^pfefr, qqqq^cfr, fcRrg
pcMcpgt^r ^f pgj^m spprtgg gsp sngftp) pg^PTR i qxfeft, qqTP^T qM, ^enqxpfeft, gfeppfeft i
sffqq tprt qpf, sffqq qrqT, 3rgqpr, PFqpf, sftqq ^gq gper, Mleeeil PP - PPP4qtqcTe?r, ^HP^MWefi", f^^\A qtcTcTefr, flR^PPf
cbldNf^T qszi 3R2g cfp IcRgg 5PP I (%TteTM) qteTcrefr, twrf qtc^eit, effgRTTST Pff, gqfeb" PTcTcTett I
19. Ppp 3pqq cbeM-iisff - qgfeter gRRT g>eqpT, gyfqpt%PT, gq, 3rgetF, eftF ^\ P1^? ebPT - 3TgPbjcT, eftF PBTPP, 3PeT Redldcb effF,
qpsgT, psr, PTqg>, wfc\, a?RqTg>, v^kcb, sftw R^tcjcb, q^qtgg>, qgqrft eflF, qr3t eftF, PgRRT eftF, gcPTpg fePPReRfqg> eftF,
du^d)c{cb ePaTRP, 3TP>, PPT, 3TR, ~^M, ptff, gfcPbT, cfRcbl, qtqg>, RldMecllR eftF, dl^lR eftF, PWJP eftF, ^TT^t eftF, 3TgdPR eftF,
g^, gfcf 3TTfeT P> jetPTPPP PPTcftcbRUT, gqcTedT Pji|-5lul, qq^cftfaqeT ^RiTgq eftF, qgqfqg> eftF, qtt%qg> eftF, gq^fgr w^, wno$\ w^t,
^^4 PTPcftgRq, pqapr, peMcpgf^r pgfog fepgq wq qsq pr p^q, f%q>eP *R^q, p^q gcPb ^pttt^ i
cTRfPt^RT HcfMdH PTpcp pqTePT qt%PT (qp.3Tt.^f.) qq RcbKH | "?% 30. Ppp g>pqt gq 3ftqtr qsr PiRgdl qg pgtuR pp fcRgq wp, PTqT
g>eqqT 3pc?-p% g5t pg>eqqT, ^% qfcppqqT qg gx^p, ^%qTcb, 3TgqpT gap qgtp fetter, RjR>oiTlii gq^bip qg vjqgtp, ppTRq I^pt
^% xTTg> g> qgqq qg "?% t%^t erapq sngcfq, ^eebeM gq^qqf fcrf^r gp fcTcrgqi
(qq^ftgq^fcPRT q^ qq^g^TgiiPPRT), afrqfegl ^ 3rg^pRT if PtF -qgRqgRTq qg vjqgieqqT, 3Pffg> ^rp, gepft prp, gpp gepp^
g?f gftgq, ^rpq qg ^q f^q 3pq cbdni, snsr^Vfl qff, ^cRfr, fipg gKq>, qptqgKq?, "cTjeTc^r ggTsr, gq^qT^g? ggrsr, ppfRRrgj
3ftw qg 3TTFR eft >n'cbeMHI (gp=#cl 3TRJ ^RHHd q^ q^RTeT qqrsT, ETRqg> f%P, ^lRc||R f%P, PPcfteT q^RcT, d^d^cb, gppR
V£g) ^PPb" 3pfr (siejc^ p^efpfe) qg iflRecb 3frq£frg ppr! qpagT, qq^qrR per, q^pppftg, enaPRP, 3t^p a?Rqrg>, qptq a?RqTg>,
(^g^RgfcPPeP) IptfTP cbeMHI, PSJ g^f, gqcTcpf, 3TRTcpfTpf qeqtefeTP) f^fgT qTqg>, ^^\ qRrg>, qq^PT ^qg^, f^pg ^qg?q, 3TgcPP?q, 3rr^cb"
qg qpjfcPP (3Reffg), ^tr^^pt (pepq) ptpq gKq, pp^php iivi, 3TvJTPtgT areb", *icimiR 3rg>, cbTrpq qgp ^ r f^ 3ttfr pjcppt
(qq^cftebq^irfcPRT qg qq^gfeRP^rgq), pqn gcT#f%gf if 3TTgPrg> - qcqg(cT|cT q^ 3Tcb7T), 3T^7jqPR^, eTToP *RS, ^tPT fcfcWt, epp,
fcrgqp i qecftBiT ggq 3ffqq g^ppaff pg^g cM^g> f^Prq gq gq, gqq gq, ^eper gq, p^qgtob g?r, ^g, gqrqfeTcp, pp, pt^p,
5PP i gT^g qpfrprsf g>eqqT-etq, -vjqqTF, ^vi^cPT, arggytq/ srqgeR, pfpqp, cmgRi gTergq, qf^r, gt^r qeg, q^, gter, vjgf^RT, Ptspr,
3pgp, sgm, PeTBR, g^", g^f, ^w^ ifqtqgRRf g^ppp, gt% g>eqqT, uRtfcbi ^pR i gyf RndlMdiR g^f, PTfeRpfcT gyf, f%q5eP gyf,
gftggq Pprfq, gf^q ^tg, 3TggRRT qg srR-epqq gt%, g^4 qqer qg R?jeii^cb gyf, 3rfMvrTgR g^, wiR\i fct>gq gyf, PRgR ePRT gyf,
gtq gf^g 3TTPX i gftg cbeq (prgrrfePb", RxWNRd 3pfcT) ^gR^RRT qg gg#r gyf, P6qgg?fq gyf, qqcf ?t%Rft gyf, g^pgq g°f, 3TvjTPtqrf^
Rd>H Tpftm ^ 3TTPpqq qg 3Tggrpq gf%r g?f gePPi gyf, fg'JciiR gyt, qenft gyf, grf^qpeg? ^, f^g>5 gyf, cfcgRR gyf,
20. siigelRcb ih^g g>eqt ^ wr if Ppq qf^graff gq 3tkppti qqiqq gyf, vrnfer xpePfcT gyf, pttrrt gyf, ^pPRi gfcPrq -
21. qgptq^q qsq qcRT^mq g5t fcTfagf Wtoiq, qqg5temq, f^€feRH, 3Tp<pggEp?t gefr, rpgqqTcTcfr, Ri^cbiR gfcPrq, Pvftgft crefr, dgniR
^-q^vjH cRP f^cbJeb^M i geft, dci'^iiRcicfl, ocfRTfcT geft, xyRvjiR q^t, gpgqgq gift, 3PfgTR
felRg^H - Petftqq^ felRcl^, "RPR, ^feTfcRR, f^e^H dcbPlR>i|j I ptgg>, pf^PTfcT gfcPbr, 3TTPeTggrR gfctgq, p^ppftgeft, ^epjrqqgeft,
pffef^ ^pq pWp - qpygq (g^f), pt^jt R^^m, #r^rt qg^pft 3PRg^t cTcff f%ggcftgp, xr^ crefr, gRggffcT gfcPrq, 3T*qgcft I
Mlfctcbd PT^T t^fqfqq, fifOT (firRpP) cr, f^fcT, c^feTcRT (Pcff) g^gg - gtqpvq g^gg, PcP^prrt g^gg, **l\<w\ gqjg, gqgqR
^qeTel gPRT eft feTt^PP P^P^TcT^P (gfet eb-ePPT), ^PR>P pap^RJeT, gTgg, pppft g^gg Rubdi gqjg, f^prg gTgg, qtgqfeT gqjg,
P^^ Mpjt ^Pj^p qqpf I q^frq gqjg, qgfctgq g^gg, 3^diR g^gg, gppR gqjg, diaiiR
#?f ptfeT^ ^PjPT *W$ - ^Pe?PP, HiAzW, "eftp p?PSTT^cTip^P, i|q g^gg, 3tppg^gg, qgep gqjg, qggqf^b grgeri
cbePf qq ^qeTT^RH (Pp^fftgRq) I p% cbeqqT - ^% g^PT, gq g^p, fter g^qr, ^idicf^t gp, vjHouiR
fcrfcTtT ppg4 qprqq g>eqqT3ff gq qRgg i gq, g>eT gq, of^HiR gq, afrReRergg, PBqf^q>ePgq, qqgc# gq,
gigfobRq (^rfq) - sitqq qgq ^Tfp, PerW qqq ^p f^ft ^p, 3TgqqT?rgcT, cbe±iiuicbtid, gp^tgq, qfir$t gq, qgfdgq gq, g^HK^d,
cfcrgp ^p qsq 3pg g^ftgRq fep^Pff, qqpp^g^eP qgvitt%Fep i qgqeggp, t%^ ^eT - PBTPRRRT cteT, PFPPP ^eT, PeT ^eT, "Rf^t
*ik->|cki gaff gp areggq 1cT?Tq ^q ^f g^gor, "?TRqqq Pt%cP, ^tq^g cteT, q^tVg cteT, fcRq»f ctef, PFqpPT c^eT, "vPTPPft e^eT, 3TqTPFf fteT,
qpTTgett, pig qg>RT, -$ft qppgR, cj^d^41 ^ pgf^fq ptp, 3pgcffcR) ggpF> fter, a?RgeP ter, ePapfeT ^er, 3pgcteT, c^hc^hiR fteT, ftgBrgq
qqpfeftt^qT 3TPP ^PT, 3Pgcffepb" PRjeP<t 3TPP ^PT I ^eT, cftgpgqqfcT teT, y^HlRuillR ^eT, 3Tqf fteT, ftR^ cleT, cblRn>HlR
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rAlcHUI^M 3TcTePo, qpTR^ 3TgeTF, gTf^TPTcTePo, RedcJlR 3TgeR, ifi
cbudcblR 3TgetF, sRcll^^, -llRcf>eT 13^, ptppggx^cff qpb", 4. 3pgctg qg 3TTgRrg> q?pgpR fM g?t qftap1
3TgpqeeTTgg? gr?T F<tcTcft, tocb" F^tcpft, cZJRP. FfteRft, sll^lld g^, 5. q«TTcR feR ?pcft pRPTPT, cZTRsqT, iR ^ Pg^I eTaRT, ^fTcR gFRqfcTq>,
cbe^J|U|cb g^ I WP P>eq - eff^TPg, q>qTqtpq, v3#Ppg, gqqTpg, ^ r t qg gtfrg> tM g?f PTPpg fcRRp erarq qg f%PF 1
PRPPpg, pfpqRTpg, ftRePTpg, eftFTpg, grpgqpg, <5duHR*e# 6. vqfqp feR gq 3t«pptqg srf^qq (upg feR ^ xjpgvJRq %q) 1ptf gq
3ragf^, PTrpgcTTg) i g^gepR^, 3rpgrR^, 3prttR^, 3^1)cbiR^, Mi^Sld qg 3TTgRrg> pgrgpR 3TEggq, pxfcRT ^ gqpqqg pp^r, p^tRq
PRPRPR^, 3TvjfqTft^, ^f^pf^cT, 3T?gptTTR^, fcWqf^, dcblR^ei, gq petcpt qg 3ftq^itg g^ 1pfcRg?r^ erarq qg Rkh igf^gg> feR,
PFigTappg, gcRpftgft gp, *ftg, gpepft, fcfg, gpvft, etppp^t, pg gpTfcR, gFntf^gp, gro, 3Tetg>, PTtaRp qg gqg> -$ fcRTgq erarq,
ggq, ffirarqg, 3pg g>eP - q>ergcfl, ggRggcff, 3rg>eTgq, ptRctRt ^r> ^fi qtp qg pgp§t qtpt g>t vdeqRd if v3pcft gptgp 1wfcR
eTcRT, f^FPeP qtft, 3PqTPRf aTR, P^taTR, aTR gq 3TcRff, vimi^ qg ^pcft fxTt%cPT feR pg>^ qg feR gRPTi
pv5RRT, PetR, Pqq> PeF?, ftfgpft PeF?, Sldtfld gp, PFBtftcT gp, 7. qq feR qg gft feR gsq ?qeft fetfctqpR, eTapq, fcpF, f^t%Rp qg
t%qsT fteT, g^TTP eR, PRsq eR, PeePpg> tteT, PTpq, ^rtfcRrfcf fteT, 3TTgRTcb PTPPTPPPI 3TRq, PTq>, ^figR, qg eTPT if 3TgvjfcP q?t
gigvcft fter, wi gq, 3rcTTsq gq, RwiR itq t^pg, qgftferg> gfrg, 3Tt^Rqfctqgf pt%p 3rgvjtpT3ff gq fcRgq 3reqgq 1
te?r gftg, gpRP gRq i 8. qsr feR, cfBrgq ?fq qqgqtfgqft qgRfl gq fcpgq 3rwrgq qg qggq$t
32. >HiHi*g qq^cftefpft, vbi^ebtdivjfi g> Ricgjid, qqitg^pprftgp qg qczff cb~ cppR (frgpr, t^tRkpt qg q?p gRq)
^T^tgqg^fcpRT, qevqpferq, f^R^^M, *tei<sileTM qg qgpt%pq, 9. fcRvqRT vqqqcfiKRrftg "^tqt ^ ^fg^ if PPPTPfeR) 3rsggq (fcRvqRT,
itcft^vR 3TPF5 qcmq, ^RT fecWRd^H X^ ^RT ftpqtRT, PjRpq, ^TTgeTjtlpb "?gR£q pppp, qgfgpq Pcprt, ^TeT 3?gqq, ggr qggq,
qf^clcffeft Rel^H^N, PcTP 3TR> ^P v^Rd^lc^H, qRePrf, H)te<-bl4gl 3fMRrg> TTcj^xq 3pfcT c^ erapq, fxifcRpT qrftq qg 3Tgf^iPT qgrgpR1
*ptw^, gptr3ici^RfcHcft qu^ qptr^cicTici^H, ^q ^c^n, edicK^RHcTi, 10. R<ncSi5K eft <icbeHdl, 3TTgRTep T^( 3TTgcffcpf) PPTgpR 3TTBT? feR PP
Rct-eflRlcbd, ^eg^M-i^cK^R^d qq^qqeffvjff (qpit q^f, ^P fcTgt PTpgRTTPPI
?qgTfgr, ^tpt eniq re^Rr, qRrPeT qtsRp i) 1) ^p ^e^H qg ^gj^frfeftfeTcft, 3ftq£r pgg>cP (qqqfcft
33. 4-eflRicbd qq^Tefpft, ^ciieg^H 3ffq> ^ cbRcbd ^Hei^cTi itim fcRTePP) gq PFP 3Teggq 1
q^ ^8T^p 3tpp geflRcbd f^pcf, qfergp ^qgfeer^ ^q ^gpq ftptf 1 2) feR R]R>eHI ^ PtfePb- f^TP I
34. qeftiteeT qpRTcftcTgcR; 3TR> ^gpq PT^t q^ ^cTP RjRleJtdlRlcbd 3) RRm qcbqq ^ ^ttcr feR c^ >(hihm x^ fcT?R RjR>cPI i
$$\Z-*\ ^Rh^hvji q^ Tb^fvq 3tfq> cjRztp ^efiWi (pt^t -g^^^) 4) RRih qgqq g> vjrfqp feR ^ wprp qg fet?R f^Tt%RPi
35. cqg^M%cft 3TR) #ft ifc!pp qg t^et^q ^fti (^pg feR, cfteRtf, pxfcRT qg 3pg ^pgvjpg ^g)
36. qfepq 3tr> eicKTlRncTi qg ibiAcbtdiRicbd ^eflReft^ 3ffq> s^lR-Rd 5) feR g>t 3TTPPf^ ftTfebTPT, qffrfcR psp yRiR>!i eft
g>RPR^p| RiHfuiRfSr, ^qgpr qg vjqgg 1
37. Pq^cftfctfvjTeRP gq fcRcRT WP - ipPPeT q^ sJcRdSHd RldRij\ 6) gijfcppffr v3qgR (24 iRRrite qpfRRp)
Pq^cft fcrf^Tetp 3TPP 31igc[Rcb ^RTI 7) qqfeR qg gftfcR g?r f^RPT, m3, qTg>, ^Pfp, prp if
38. ~^m q^? ^cilej^H 3TR> qpWt ^ft^H R##P ^P PpWfq^ ^eq^T 3TgvjfcP eft RjR>ohi |
^mRgRcbd PTfp 1 8) sftq^Rpg R^iehddi gq fngpr q^g RiR>e>m 1
39. qqqfrgfcPFKT ^#3T qq^f f^vjI^H (t^t.q>t^eRH) 9) pprctvpRj feR (qTggq, cr^t, 3TPRq, g^p>R, fctPPM 3nft^
40. ^ft^TPPc^geP q^ eRfefPI gqpq qg vjpg5t RjR>cpi i
41. ^jTife 3tpp qqWt, ^^cfR qqg $c\*xi$\ ^vji^ie, qtfpeT ^Rrifc:, g^ 10) 3TRR Rqickldl g?T P^RheNHI I
^g^cJx]Rj| §4<?\j\i-\ Relc^ ^31ig3Rcb ^ir^g^fi 11) RcM-u geg gq qq^q, qrRT^T R^lekldl ^ RlR>oHeb e# qjcfcg
42. ^mkgRcbd PPfte^R, qtegei McPq x^ fct^fep I qg pqqtpR feR q$taRT 1
43. FtpfReT f%^ft%pq^ g^gRfcft trMi 12) 3TffrRgg ^n^Rcb fcpftgf (^Tgfert%p 3pfe) feR t^tbVt B^g 1
44. ^c!fe!q X^S ^etgg3TeT PRcff p^cTP | 11. czfcTFR 3pgcfg g?r pRprt, ^peft vjcpfcp q^ftq qg sngRrcp gpeT ^1
45. efRT PgRpT 31ig3Reb ^RT - ^feTcfe yigetcl^ ytRvjI^H 3TPT5 3jig3Rcb 12. ciiRdJid pfph qg ?pgq RfR^^niRto pfpti
^rt ^q ^q q^5 gq^fegp qgei 1940 q^5 ^eP 1945 efRT qqe^fp 13. geg qg ^pgq RjR^oniRto pfpt (^TerM)
c^^RT XRg ^tfuTg> ^if^tuT (3P^jRpiReT ^cRei$vj1^) qPer-1954 14. wrpRtq uRipjeg qg ^pgq RjR>cpi fctto) pbpti
f^tcpfH, 3tpp x^g, q^eTci^H (^ft.q^.q.) qgci, ^ ^^p q^s ^Rcft 15. ^eg* gqpq vjqgTP, ?tr qg ^ttcpjpg 3Tt%nq, R^dMid, df^dmid 1
qgei-2006, eTRT qqitfdP c^ PTcftfcPTP, xftq^t q^g qpWr qgeTP, 16. ppqtPR qftaq1 (RiR>o(hi fcp^rg) ?rg qftag)
qFv5^qr£g?Tqqgei-i986. 17. pPTgfdg> pt qT%ftg t^pftcr g> ebqpjr aTP/3Tt%TTq 1
46. ^Jetefl 3T^gq f^efe^ c;^^^Hd t^ q^ btMi-\ 3TPP afigSRcb 18. 3Tt^rgTP (?pq/aTg pt ^PFffr) p?p frp egger? 3pgcpJtg qftapq 1
^Pl 19. qijcPRP qg gcqcg-cpctfr 3pgcflctg gfe ^ pbpti ^Br ppfen
47. $£|vScTCM c^ 3PgcffcTcb" PPPfeftf^PT 3TR) ^i||, lbl*Je^l 3TPP ^ftlfl qg #M PTgpr gq cztcrr 3pgcfg gfe ^f pbpti
48. $c;ivscrm s^'feiH M^mlcbiRiji, tltfc^Tq^ gni^^ ^cip ibinfcbtRiii, 20. cgf^rgR qg siyi^fdcb ctppptppti
qqqfcfttttgT cfttgp. 21. g^tPRJ, pp^pt, qpg, q^qiq, f^Tggpp gap q^app ^ pgq if fetter
49. gqgq qg 3rMdPPi
22. PRftg g^ pflqr, 3PRTt^rcp g^ qt%gT pftpf ^ pgfstg 3Tt^TRpqp
OHM ^|<9tlldL OTqg^^T %%:- •c^ 3Tcggg, vjgnRq- PTpffg PTag 3rMdqp, vjprj4 fe^ q^tapq
3TttiRiiiH, qf^fp bPt 3Tt^TRRPT, PRfg 3rq3?Pitqq 3Tt^rgp, 3ftqt^r
1. 3Tpgqq pp tfcpb qper, qpft%erT gqeT, ppf ppcT x^i( 3TrgRrg) gqeT if qpTqq 3r£rfagg-i940, nicblRcb ^p qg PRcft^tto p^#p
^PTgpR RcbKH I 3Tt^lR|ilH-1985, qpWt 3Tt^lRli|H-1948, ^RT qq ^Rlcbd ^ftviT
2. feR eft qt>pqT, feR c^ gq, 3TRT qq P^T ^ PRT geRPPTcp 3T«PPT, (l^qterTPP fcRpqq), 3Tf£p^rgq-i954, 3ftq?r qg xkuzr fdqfq
fclq g?t pqpfx<T, feR ppr, feR ctp, crppqq qg feR gq^gnP (feR ^ 3Ttttfdqq - 1955, "?PfR qqpT 3p£rfdqp $c^iR ^ ^Rqqq ^R\
q>4 qg feR g5t pfcf) 1 pqg-pqg qq fcTq qq pgfefg 3#Riuh i
S2
23. PRcffg RpgTerg qg -uiRicb yfogr, ^iwifeieb Stern ppPrttcP, 32. 3TrgRpP RiR^ePi argpR ggm g> ftnglq ggm g> ^rr, ^jTp sffq>
HHRncb fcRqq qg arasrc 3pgctcffq Rcl-cH i ^eRcRRHI
24. f^rfcRPT cfr gKfcg qg R^ilt^N, gP^fq PRcffg RjR>cpi prrp g5t 33. ^fg 3TR> gpipRT 3TPP f%fMp Heeft^ctelRiJd q>RTPP|
^rqgpT, gqtf qg -qmif^cbK i #.#.3TT^.qp. g> 3ppiq RrgqTgeft gq 34. #ff c^ Mlv||R|cb ^fcPoTPI
PPTeTPI 35. qqfgpq qg vni^iR^cb ^gR«g 1
25. qpjg-PRefrq f%TfcpRP qRqg gft pqgqT, 3Tt^rgqq qg g^tcq i RiRnpcb 36. t%p^g?R^cMp qq^g g^rtcfr pt^p q^5 3pgctfcpb-|
^pft pgtri 37. cftqqqRq (pffRaRT) ebRT^Pf ^ 3Pgctg qq PTPcTRT |
26. qpfr gq 3rtoR, ^wpjpg, sHRnfogs qtqftqcP qg MtoifSfare i 38. qgfgqq gap prggrt^eb w^g 1
ciici>HiRicb ^rag qg arPTgR, arffpp «!jpg flftrcft wrttm g?ag 39. ^ceg.qg.3fr. ^ 3rgpR 3pgperg, gfcPPFTR, c^hkmik, w<bA*\u qsq
3Tt^rfdqp gq I^tRkpt 3pptp if pfpti PFRPP (cftgq) eft qRTcT5 W1 ^TI
27. t^rfcbTpcb" g> 3pgR qg t^rpt, fejfcRpg> g> qgqq, gRntsRR qg 40. 1%pftPeT 3TPP eRer-"RqgvJT, f%cRT, if^gp 3PPJ f^TcRT t^PTRTeT ?P
qtPTf*RR fxTfeRpP) q$t PFPH, RjforH* g> gq, RjRbepcb P> t%g^ q1^ 3H t%cni pRprt i
^PRcpftfcg, ggfcfq et^rgtrT, f%rfcRpg> gq qfft $ qfcf g>cfcg, fm 41. cZTTcRpf^rep pp^g, e^R^i^ ct^t #.qp.3TTf. if spgctq gp qscg 1
^c^cjalH, 3PJvjP <hl -gfoT g> qfqq if, PfteP ^pff PPq" | fcR gczff PP 42. cftcl fctqT psq PRTftg W^( gq cf^iiReb PWPT X^( ^Teft Ril'^leHeb
?itaq, PTpq qg tUw"\ \ srpgpq if wttp #t gpet fcrfipq gtpf eft ^ebl^l
ebi*Jebdi (qqifg^pgirt^rqp) 3jigcjReb qg 3qgRrg> PcpgpR, 3ftq£r 43. ii4>\H<t> qtqt if qp3M gq areggqi
R^iM pp 3t«ppt qg qfcrfcR gq vrptpi 44. ^ef pppg ^Rt qg 3pgcrg gq pwpfepp gpTPH 1
28. 3ngcffcR) qg 3TTgRrg> gtebtq ^f 3ftqf£r fdqfq fet^qq gp gergq 45. ^jFRTffegeft qg mRcjk fdPRrqi
t%^fq 1 fcR gcg qg ^Pre gczff gq qRpgfdg>, R*ehuiiv-Hcb qg 46. qf%R cbegiui cbi4cbH qg ^pgq 3TTgcfq if ptpgrqi
qgpRPeftg qfrapq1fcR g> q^tapq if ^qgtq ^t gTef fctf»pq gqf/ 47. vjRTvjpg pgcrrg g>t urt^er mw\ qsq vjppp pfpt i
^qgRqtgpipfRi RifcWlk RqR^M eft uwichi, w4RicHcb RqR^H 48 f^:"5TcTPvjpft e^ ^GPTTeT I
g?tqppgqT, siRpcbtRiHiRchH tpJ eft y^icni 1pprtpp qg pqrftg 49. vjjlcn^le?! vjRP fcfgqq qg ^pif 3pgcfg gp gprgn 1
fcR fcTfcRpT PPPpg gq 3TEgqq| 50. %oW 5f%R 3pg5feTeP #pfef ^RTiRei qgg>4 q^ qepfcr ytRnvjix! 1
51. PTPTt%cT5 fxTfeRPT fePPI
52. 3TTgRr^ fcRpq ^ 3rgpR PcPPTfr ctp feteprqi
53. oTPPcfitcRT gp pftappTcp gei gqpq1
01. 3TTgck ^ 3TgpR PPP PTTPq q^ 3Tg^TRqT I 54. vjRRgtEcfP $ Btif qTeft fc#PP qgqq q> 41hR4| qqp^f g4^|
02. PTR-sq q?f cZTTPcRP, 3P^Pcpf R>H)RhH 3TR> f%fMp ^ srgpR 55 PPlft ^Pft q> feR PTPRg uffg I
sFcTR-WT g> 3TRPPI 56. PPT >H'x||Rd ^TP 3fR vjqcf7 Rij^i I
03. feprggf- qfgyf g°fqqqg>, ggp, cii^ee qg qrgRw g> argpRi 57. angefg eft gfe ^ pqqqg> qPn
04. fcTPqqf Pf^PT qq PPTRcT ?P&RcT> wm I 58. PFTPT<t eft wg 1
05. pfergf gq ptctRtst qg 3pg ^TRqtem cp+q i 59. PBTPR?t ef7 t^RRPP1
06. Rf*M ^cRff 3 ftp 3PR pp qq ^PI 60. qtP qfcRtqcb" (ezpt^T appg) I
07. qtgggf gg ^TRqtgg cp+q - srTqpf qpf>, ggg, gpPcR, ifeRff%?p 61. cPTt^r appg eft 3ng3Reb fcrt^ri
qq PTPfif3T eT> 3TgpR i 62. illRfilf eft PTR-sq PPstt PeTTF I
08. fctf^pq PRcfm qRgf ir ^g gq xmn i 63. 3TPPTTeT 3TePPggpi 3PR vft 3Rf^ PWP I
09. feRg g> RR--I "cRft if qtg3ft gg cfpi 64. qp^tg PTTPq gqjfep, qp^tq ^<TReg erqifeRff if 3pgctg gqptppr |
10. qtgpt^Pff if ?itqq gq ^q i 65. ?<mzi qg qftgR qregpq fcppp, PrReg pqTerg gq wpg m^ikhh
11. •cPT^f^fq, qgpq qg tfK^ij q 3Mpftg ipr gq R>iiicqcb 3reggq i 3PcRT|
12. spgrf gqq^, g^r, cii^ee qg ^pprqq g> srgpRqrftq sttfr cpcR^q i 66. 3pgq qp^tg iii^Tlui ptrwt gpefep (qq.aqq.qg.qq.), qp^fg ?\wft
13. ^ik^cki 3pfr qrf qg 3qgfdg> 3pfr gq gdnieHcb 3Teggq 1 wR«g ebi4cbH (qq.g^qq.qp.) qg pper, gp4 qg ebi4cbH 1
14. ptpt ^ RRih p^gf if g^sg 3ttfr g°tqI 67. qr^tg qg 3jd^^ ptrkp qvjp#/ ^fqcR qg^q^ gcfqR ^icbdN 1
15. RRlH ^?ff if fcpiR 3PFR qp vjdcbi vjidcm^ ^ pgqi 68. appgr qgqqi
16. ggrcRep, t%^fRTcR=&p, g^pgw, p^cpfr pfleTR 3fR whmm gRrt 69. 3rgqf^tg, qp^tg qg p^q ^q^ x^ ^rpep ^pff ^ gt zri^ 1
gTeff PPP3ff ^ feR PgfeTrf 3TTFR PP t%^PT I 70. q^eggof pffegefti
17. 3PFR w?\ ^pR^t, 3Teqqtqq qg 3Tt^PP i)m if ggR i (3ttfr ^t 71. gpr gq sidFKH TTcji cb^Mid ^pqffri
PBcP) 72. gpr g> RR"i fcfqrtfi
18. 3ttfr ^gq eft Rftjili 3pgRf gpf>, ggg qg cii^ee ^ argpRi 73. PRPtP (3T^fpqtP) qpvJTeff cF^ g^fq PtPgq ^ 3PJPR 1
19. ^Ilebl6l^l Pcf HKHIol^l PRPT e^ ePP qq FTPf I 74 FcRTtP MeflRebl, ITR^ Pt^PT PP flR -pftPT e^ 3PJPR "Fc5PR" |
20. fcRo^TFR - apgcfg qg 3pgRrg> PcpgpR ^rtfrt i 75. cb^eiVi g^fq PMicjd %p ^b srgpRi
21. pggpr ~ ppp, ggq qg gpp^ cTo 3rgpR gepp i 76. p^gpr, eRPfrp, 5Ppgtp 3fR ^RdiiVi 1
22. qwRjq - gqqq, ppr qg fdgTpq i 77. ^TfR qg pq qq ptp gq pqtetwRR> qRP, P^frq qg 3pgRrep
23. 3TRTR PFPPP - "RfPT PPRPTI 3TgtTRqT|

24. 1&mzi eT^ feR PFTRPT %gT fctt^t I 78. ^ger, gap x^ gqqq yrfK eft argqpRP 1
25. PTRSq c# feR c||vj?)cb>!U| f%qT fetter I 79. qgcftq eft sTcrqRqT, q^ge^ sfR ^gerft eft 3Tc^TTpqT 1
26. HMRHeb PPPZf if 3pgefg gq q^g I 80. q^%gT ef7 ^qgRTPTcT5 PPR |
27. eznf^aPTeg - 3pgf%eb" qg 3pgcfg t%^fq i 81. fipp #ff qq ?fcl 3PPTP cF7 ^qpRTcPep PPR-^lelfeiRH^, FT^Re^Pq,
28. PTR-eg ftrap e^ ft^ti I gqf^gtcR^eR f^PTR^f, 3TW^Tcft, 3R«PP, PT^eP, ^Rc^eld PPJeT
29. sngcfq qg 3TTgRR> feRpq if 3rggft%eft i frpgtq, ^Rvtpt, ^^Rh>ih, ^p f%PR^ef, sp4 f^raff^p, ^g>,
30. Pigcpppb" PTReg gq %gfq i geRT^eT ^e1te?cF#, ifeleT RciK^qd, fe^H "^g^TP, #Tg3TeT t^pq^H,
31. qR>2qq e# RHcsifd - 3pgcfg prngpR I gc^q^q f%w^f, :cfRR ^iR 1
HZ
82. 3pgcfg if gfp - ptar g>r 3rg&gpqT, ptar g> ptert, ^Rbcbl RifocHi, 18. fc^R3Tcggq-3T^fqfgg ?rr?R psr 3T«ng-qqfcTgqf>T, ggg pfl?q
peRgfcf pppgfe, gpft pr qerq fcratfq (g.P."m. 1 aftq 5) i -^pftq gifrg 3T«pg- ppfg?bqt%, g^cb pflcP w$vi st^p 3Twpg-
83. PrpqfqgR gq sfiterci i Rifcrg^tgi
84. yic^Reb RiRhpi if PRefrg flrap gq *fl(eicb/ geT fcr^fg 1 9. qpg pRppp, iTpg gpeT, qpg ptpt gq gqpq, qpggpeitq p*f Rsrft,
85. Micj^Rcb RiR>oni if PRiftg t%ap g> qtrePb" t%epq 3fR ^qg>t RifcWik 3TTft, gJcRPPRI
viM^Rldl I 20. 5rtp 3TcR«n^[ qg vdHcbl qf^ggf 1
86. 3r«fp $ fe#pq qgqq 3fR v3pg> RiR>d1k viM^Ridi 1 21. Mw\, Rdl^id qpg, g^nf qg sprrpt ^ ftpr imP<\, erarq qg
87. vi<tgM*^>! 3ftq vJcigi^N q$f 3TcTtTRqr/ ^cbeMHI I f%TF, ^tg>spq tt^ f^rfcRpcftg qg?PT 1
88. ^pMWr 3fR ^cMWr pp ftr^fgi 22. qpg q>t fe^RP 3TcRep3ff q?t vjiRddl4 1
23. BRf^PP ppfcRsq gq qpg pp^r, q^g ^-3p^qcb fcrqpgpT (35t
<••) <^I^Mlt M^picfpj-^ttfW t% i|ge)RRcb cqg#^gT), sn^qcp (qgetRRrgT), ^liiRcfK igg qR
(qqf^gcb fMfp), x^m, ^StetRlt, qpg ^ qeTrRqqR, tftcpf tiftaln
01. ^fRr^R g> TjqgF ppstp qg prpp w;*ifi q?f pqgqr gq 3rgqgeTP ip#RT pgq, qpggpeT-"^ qg qpg-ebididld g^qqfgr-sp ffizA qg
3TKggq, ^tf^r x^ ^ffegcb" PefR, ViRmj^i pp 3pcPePT qg ptff^R 1 qR^cr^ Pe^tPeT P^iRft), P4^|eJI-dj(d P^ffcPRP 3TgqR (3T4.gvft.
02. gftcPTTgpp fggcft) ^fpgfog^ttf^grcPcb- wq, crf%q^-3R:pqTftpf^T 3tr.) , qg qg.3rp|."ft.- (q^p) 1
cfq qg fcR^t gq stwh, PTftTcb gg> gq ^V^cbi^MlRfcbd 24. gqp^f (feergsf) - "Rrcpq, uiRddi4 qg frr%RTeftg vrvr \
fifqqq, 3Pcfg, qtgg?p ^JtefRr qg gftR 1 25. Hcivriici t%g pp pRarq qg qg?PT 1
03. q4ppg PTpqff, ppfqH, qqfepq g> g^ ppp^f qg "cpgpTef, gpgq, qtf 26. g4 q^fippg ctp fxTf%rPeftg qg^q 1
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05. 3prt, qptgg>, pqfgpq (ip#RT) 3ftq hiRihi^- ^ppp fdpfq, pqgqr, ppqgfe cT> Rrft, erarq qg McRpt, wrrtir qg pprfcRt^r 1
gq4 qg 3tptptrpp4, pjfqRq, p4?rr<tq tlRp g?t tMqqr, q-4 fefp 30. PTRTPPrfq gq^TPP 1
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qf^fgqq, M eft cj^efr qg fcRqp pr i 32. PTrnqpr- PfvpqH x^ qcM e# iTc3g> gczff sf>] yR^im 1
06. ftvq, ftuRTP, ^pjRPpggg rrj phpiRc^R, M eft 3Tggff%c?> Rc^Rgf, 3 3. qpqfcRpq if gg qg ^dg^di^e^ q?f prp * 3TpgeH gg qqqq1
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10. q»feTTqg- qfepq qg p^qm cf7 Rrgrq, crapq qg t^pf, "v3qgg, PTeft 3fp:^|cflilPfeT cRf eft Rc^Rifl, #pqR I
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M gig (3TT|.gqqj.^t.), 3iM^iRicb pp^cp (qgetRtep w%$\), ^^no 37. g^gpTi
gifted IRticb RilVetRiill 1 38. PPR?R- PTpqT>T, PPTeftefcP, WdRrffr, WHifRq, PR3r|q ^ fepgp
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txrl^epcftg qwq-^irRTP pR^^h qg FftP^ ^f%P qfef^pf, pf^off gpr, 3Rspft p^^fdqtqq, p^RRtqq fcRg c^ ^r if 3TrgRTq>qp wq,
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Pf^fePef qq PTg^fefffuTcPeT fcpTffcRTt ^ RfeeT PPtcRSP3ff cTP 40. q-spRfP) MeRpri
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3pgcffcpp qsj ^f_ -^fg pflPT, g>tPRgcg gp &g prt if ge?q4t pRpp, spgqpePPeTqf^T qsp pqgq, frffcpPeT qf§r g pqRq, f%ftop
pqsff ptpi FRTftPT qsq dRHcbl PftT if fcR^fcT I
46. ifxPRt:-qgcp4 qq t%gfg (?<ppt, brp qc5-^R 3TTfeT) 3fR ?qgqgrePPf 24. PRRRtPP RRR, PfRT P PTPcP PR 3TJP ^J] fippP PSP ^peft^TeP
if fcfppq ^ qgtp gRPTi RfR>o!P I
47 cftPRgRT if gTeTcft cp RjRbcpcpk aRf if 3TTKT 3TgWRT cp ^TRT 25. RcRfcT (itpft^e^qeT) qfPf PP RRpT c^P YTeP RlRhofHI |
3TTgRTcp 5TRTI 26 ptRt gsq vjgqRffoT (gRg) - rrrtp fcRqq, w&wi, qr^t ^rq, arfg,
48 qwf q> cTT^ gq fct3tq Pc^PT P> Pf^T 3TPTPTeT oqcR-eq ptfeTeppT I pgq ?rq Pgcrq, ^gep ^gq pfpq^ff pp gsM<W)^ui, «^>(4i^^ 3p|g g
mepffR ^P^tq (eP>T) i
<10> oqiisMldL HlvMd* %%:- 27. g^Pp, f^tPTRTg g RcdHe?! * #ft gq fdgR g ?rpq RiR>wp i
28. f^RT, qpft, Wf, PPg P cpu^P q?t R^Rcff cf>] Rrr gsq ^Teq
^Teg cp R^fd qg ^qcpf cztcrtRcp pqgfRpq if ggg gq gpRH i RiR>oip i
gR, qTg Perftpgfg eftfetcppp qg ^qcpf ipeg R]R>cPi if v3qgrRpp i 29. gfe (fpipt) qtpppRPpp g ^Teg RjRheiHi, gapqpr gf^, sftfcfcp gf^,
pip cpf clRi^ijdi qg P6ig ggsf gR g> qfcRrgq if i qip>Rq gfe, ^nRivjUd fRtpt g 3pg qqqq gfe qR I
gg ?rpq -3P#q qg 3TcTf#q ggg^gf gq qftgg qg ggR fetter ?qq i 30. R^tPr5fto qfcRg- ^ju^^f^ ipp 3PFRqTeT, gqpq qg geRPP
Mem epif _ ^4 cp4, qsqq ~&A g qisqig g>4 gq wp qg Pc^g i
3TP^RfcT qg p^qq#5t vjqrg i£RpgcpRq- ?ieg vjqgRq up} eUffPPfq, 31. ePfP^Ptft qq RlclHleHcb xr^ t%t%rPTPTep qqR |
cr^t g ?Teg wA g>ar spft g> RpjpgqR^r g> RRih qgqq q fetter i 32. WRrm pRprt, qgqq, ^>iic?v(ui gcq zp 3ftqq, gpg g 3rgpg ^p/
^TePcRf vw ^fcRRT- m^, Rd-KH q^5 %T %^R I qfft, wtprt fetter, ?pcp ^rqgg g RiRMhi i
gePp^frsT (P^cTRfep), qg.3pf.ft. v^, qfq pcppR) qR qg 3pg 33. ?Teqqq ^t pqf^pq ggg pflPT pp gFg 3T«Tgq g> ^ttst-prt gtjqft
pcRPcpqtpf ^ ifrf^ ^fr <ft RiR>oHi qg^qpri q1^ ergq^f gq 3rsgqqi
3pscrfcW ?ppq grt gq ^^iRcb wp qg vjpeft ^qgtppp ?Rq wA cp 34. •?Tpg ^st qffapq (pfufcPeT OTfecT) gq w^ qg qsrg t
Pctf if| 35. RTRT feff^r t^cp 5TR- ^R^H R^ epifWRP 3Tf^TPigP, ^PPRPT
10. #gq pppft, PRPP tffgq gr4, fcpangq qg cpj^p 3fpg> q^Rfqq i pqaRT 3Tf^lPfqP, f^PRTcpfg ^?q, qqgijf RlRhe(HI PTPet vM g^fepT
11. p4 qg pff RfR)dHi R^iVi g>t ?reg RiR>e(P if vdM4tRidi i ppfepg- FPeP 3TlfcT if p^fg TSmQ ^ffcf I
qgqq qg ftpPcPTi 36. ?Teg d^qggqqpRcp TTFPfcfi
12. ^cki^N- qepR erarq qg fafaoHi i qeTxRpqq-R^r (Ppgq-pqH- 37. ^TePcfq cp t^g if 3TgpqH P> feR 3PftPT?PcP RR--I ^TeP PPSeT cfq
qTgq-gFP g 3pg) i ciq^it^ qg fcrgfo i 5nqi
13. Tffsr g 3r|g - pfRj qg grvTcp, 3p|geft ^jpttot qg^peft 3TgqfReppr i 38. pqR g>4 RHcgjid -3pgcrg qq 3TTgRR) i
geP g v3gq^Ri 39. 3Tg<Rg g>4 - i aTRcp-4, tmqgq, 3<R-icb4 3ftq Pfppfarq i
14. gg^fpi 2. 3TPPcpif - frTfepRpftq 3lRdcb^, qpTTcRP, 3TRPcp4 ^\ Pf?q, g4
15. qeTxTraH- PTrf pg^, prqRq qffrfc^gR, ppp qt^fr, stpPp qpfl, ^qgg cT>4, qqR cp4, M^xlld Pri, 3TRpcpif if vjqzfHfl ^TeTTcPT qq 3PP viMcb\!U|
g ^peft RiR^ojp i q ^pep qzfR ep Rtefrr, 3Tppgri cp zfpg- 3Rpjg, 3tRpcp4 cp ^qgg,
16. ?Tpg RjRbcPi cp -pg»f if qf^gRftfegp, ctdHMi^icb ggT g 3ttppRtcp firgR qg f%g>cPT i p% g^r, gpRFP, vi^idid,
ggr gr 3ftqf^f ^t wqi 3TTpqg^T, ^?fq q^r, "Rgg g^r ^ppfe pp ^nq g ftf^Rp 13pgRpp
17. gpRfcff^r- PRppiPTcp qg eqcRTRcp 3t*cttp ^<RPcppfRnp eppg^ 3TRpeprf cp fc#pq pqgRqf gq wq qg qgRfcft^r ^r- spfer, ^rgspfl,
ir- efyf^Rcb qg ^f^fRcb qg ^f>i-cbtRcb ep4qq ii^nRRr ^tp o^R, Hl^cbfcl, 3Te^TRRH, cblilf^Rdcb fcT£r | 3jRdcb4 gq ppr-
cpqfRpp i PRq, ptp, grit (qcfp), ggprgg, PffRPP^q, g pcpRp t«pr if i
18. fpq - frrfcRPTi 3. qcTxPfrarq - i. qgqq, fetter, qppgqr qg p^cg i
19. g^f #t - gq pf potp cp 3rggg - ggcp g^rgcRqtgp, gf^r, 3T^feP, ii. ^Pvptiarq cp zf>g-3Tgpg, RrR^RTcftq ^qgtFRT, qq>R, fetf^r ^\^^
^ 3TTPX eft qqR wfR g f^PT ?P$R gq W^, feppjcf, q=<faRT (Rfg), qqppfarq- f%p oj^rt, ?rm^ i3^1^^- -gp, 3TeqTg, RefpR, g^f
prtt%, tg ^K-oifMxiK ?rf|q p^ RiR>e(P ^qepp i 3Rp<t gq Rrr, qq IReftqq -R>hRd qgfq, iR, PPcRf, ReifcpppRq fcrf^r - ^ g>4,
fef^ffr qg ^peqRgRi q^TPT wA, Rrgrq ep41 Reffgq fcRnq- srgqReft, ^H qgpT, ^TfR
ggg) qg ^qgTftft- rrrtp fcppjcf strttp rrt qR, pcrrt, 3p|g t%gr, ^g qpRgt^cpppr qg eTR if ^qf^R fcfPpq pgepp cpg i w
vjidcjcjebHiidi, Rergof g^cii(^dl qg yickig^di g> erarq, Rfgqg ^k^im^r - ??&$, vde^Rd, wflRcbeg, PTfRepq, gq, ptcpp wA, pippr, gpq
PftpPguf frTRrcPTI cp erarq, g^ q^ g^e qcM erarq, pip qqtqR eqffipp i

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(W) <^[<s^lc1L ^JMIcHJ tg[:- 31. gqq, PTcp, "n^\ gsg fM qfqf cpf ^rfefRff, ^pj^Rtp, PeffRRKT
tftgqp, 1%q^pgeT ^T^RrRrp, cp prt ^ppSt cpT^ffcp^TRT gq
0 1. cj^d^4l, ergg^f, aiVrhi*^ g^gpr, iter ppoPT, cR&p pf%PT qg I^R-4>kT|c| qfeW I
gqsgq pflcp if ^Persr iRRPr feRpq >HifcVi i 32. vRqtgg gp% fcRP^f cpf jxtRRpt qq fcpgcT w^ I (cbn^Rci ttu^
02. vPRfgg q'sff A ipqqtp R5IM pp fcp<tq / PFeggpf feRefqq 1ggg pfvjTcPeT)
pt%cp qg gRPcR tffem if ggTerp qg gmFP wi\ ?q ^vPRRg 33. ^f^fp ^q ^ qq eff q^ ^g t%ppgqp, f%c^ qfefR 3ffq> prjrrt
PTflfcPcp vjciTcRqt if d^Rtp ^ PRt^TP gap fcReR^ 1 ^fegteR^t, gftpfsfWr qg 3rr R^WeP. q^gRP5 f^erd^cr qt^ferRp
03. ifq qR fcRpq g> fcpRP if fctRpq PTflcg, 3pgRf qg effgqcpptf gq eTRcp ?$XQ sf^eff, gpgeffqq ^«eH< R^Rfelcl^H 3TR> q ^R> q^g
fctf%^ gRgHi RJ^, ieff.#. Relc2^ ^^R qfR-?ftc5- xru^ ^ f^PT^RT I
04. grftq qg 3rrgRpp PTflRg if ^M ^ pqfag Rpfagf gq RRi^ 34. WA PTPT PP ftl^WI cpf 3TTPPRR> frfRRPT cZTeRSTTI
fcp^qwi 35. PTefR 3TPP SmfqcR^T W^ ^f f^ffeR cp4 3TT^i. ^ff. 3TPRJcM,
05. cffcpp cPTeT if ^q qtP %PP qq cbldld/bRcb fcPPTP g>q 1 3RRJe!g q^g qpci 3im^Rci RpjRf qfetvp 3ffq> qe: zi&n 3TR) ^Rfcbd
06. HcfMdH 3TP^PRtefpft (OPHTHALMOLOGY) PP RpPTP cpq | qtt%viTpq (3psdcpq ?Rq cpr}) q^5 qte 3ffq^fcR ^gq 3ffq> g A&z
07. itg ^P cpf P^sPT PP cRPPRTq I fefar ^Rc:^ qq.eff. t^ppIpp (g^ffi#ppftg) i
08. spgcfgpf^PTTRifA^qeT^d^^-qaq,g?^,^,gcM,^q,gfe, 36. g^f ^pff if qgcTp qcjfqpq ^Tpg 1%R>rp Rflt ^- cprrRcr p^f,
^TcpRT tt^ cTRq qpfr -^ Rrrt, watfei, ^pq, erarq, vjqgg, PTKgqT, P^ 3ffq> qgpcPfeT ^Rg PPgeT ?qq, qepftRP 3TPP ^f 3ffRcT5eR
3Pemg?p gq gqfePP 3twr 1vjm^cki qfifgq 3fiw qg ^leg fetfcRPT i-\\$*w-\ R^df^K-cfl, dq^RtgeTprf, 3gfc gq qgtRPP ^pt
eqcRsq fxrfcpRP if 3Pdem, f^fcpq eprf qq 3Tg?PFg £RT fcTRpRP if 37. qfR- #cffp^dWTR€r, qp.qP.3TR. WPeT R^Rg>TRR> PRPP Puf^t,
RRp<: gaicP qg fcRqp i cble^cld egeP ?$$%, q^eT WER, q^eT efcTeT, eRd^fdf, Refi^eM,
09. "dq fcRqrr cppq fcrfo ^g>, 3TRcZTfgq, R^idcb, "RR^t crfq tt^ T^qR> cfRcRT PRrfcPef PtRRPcf '^P m? iffePd^ff 3TTR PTR q^g fcTdufeT
fetter i R>iiicbeM ^r pgfag 3ftw cpePPT qg ppcp prtcp ^TePfepgn ^i^d^>n, gqp p^fff ?.eff.# i
10. PPdl^fgR 3Rqp qg qtcpsqq cp vjqpq | 38. sfR- qf%qt^cpMr, citf%etgep?f, >Hvflcbd qfRpjRf qqq ^>RRdcid
11. g^appTcp qg >HHiRicb dq qprf gq wp Iprt ^t qr^fg ?$m fdgrRT P^PRRT, cftc^P^R 3ffq> ^RRRPeT gpef ilgef^HT, ^RPR^tif,
gpcfcpp qg ^pif 3pgcfg gq pfcpi gfg>eT g>pi p^f, pvip<f 3ffq> gfeper gqi ^idi^R^H, W^rt^ 3tpp
i 2. pfr qg R^fkHiR-eicb (neoplastic) d^r ^pff gq3pgcffcpp f%^fg i elRP^^d ^tPT, elRRo1c>efdl ?.eff.#. |
13. irq im A vjMiiVi Ftd" PTet fcff>pq itgTRR> fetter v3u.<*Rq qg faR>e>tfk 39. apq, 3rRq, -?pfq qg qeKPeRfgq vrtRT R]R^e(p qf%gr3ff gq ^tptrj wp
^RTgf gq 3T^ggq qg 3rgqqtp1 g>^, ^m, ?Tvn, "RrT #t if ^ppt qgfRPP 3rgqgpr i iwi, qR?, "^
14. 3rqcpfcp gfe pprp apRP Rgqq gq fcRgg 3Tsggq qg vjqgq qgqq 1 3fR f%qt ^tq if Pfp pqn tg qgcTp ggRq vJMcbH RHWRcb
15. 3P4 3fTfefe, eP^RPeT, 3Pq^cRT, fePSP, PRRcP^gT, qqRfqT, Pfefp, d^Rip^ ?q ^ qq eff i
gfcRRT ^PeT, eRT fcrf^gp, ^fedT, 3fffep pcf, fcRJT3TeT PRTcT qq 40. 3TTgcffcTcp \r^ 3TTgRrg> R<R>ohi ?npq 3rjpr, wA, ptpt, qg tM-^fq
cRffgRq, RRPT, PRTt%, f%PF Pef eTaRT, PftaT PTPRT qq PTWIKHItildl cp gpRI ^TeP (Foreign Body) ^\ fAt^J fcft^r I
qg xsvzci gq feRgg str p^pvPRp 3pqtr qg ^trt RiRkpi ppfcRgg 41. gM- TFVFi, dTPT-P^pq- 3pgctftg ^ffrPP qg qgfRrcp 3rgqgfp i
WPI 42. ^TTeTRg ?Rq cpf Ri^Rxi, qRqRT, Pc?cq, qqfgi g^q qg gg ^fqf gq
16. HildlRcPd 3flciflR|cb RjR^WHI qq eZTcRSqi ^fdFTP qg ^qit pgt^R R^im pp fcRqpi g^q qg gg ?Rq cpf
17. 3iic^d>! A\RRiR ^i^f 3ffq 5Peft Af^cbd qg ^Rlcbd ^vji^ i Rrpfefg, gep qg gq gq ^k-qgqf, 3qgcffcpp qg 3ngRrcp fef^qq
18. dq ^R cpt qprfefq gR^ gref ^IdTRicbd qg Ri^Rcb fen\^ gq 3TgpR, PRT eft XWZ TP4f qq IPP I
3TKggq qg t^tRprpi 43. 3fReT cpRtcff qg pp^eifr RpRprtefpft gpfepgp sr^ggqi
19. ipq t%f%rPT if ^qqfft qfc^gT3ff pcf 3ftqsT RrW, fcrl^r gq 44. 3PRef FRf^fp, 3tReT FT^fuR PP ^IHlRfcb gf^ftq, 3TReT c^fepff ^frff
pcfrqgq wqi ^ gqR #g ^RTg, 3PReT ^fefeff #ft g> fAzm, PRTP<T, xgmt wi P2P
20. d^q qtqf A trptp ^ md 't'rfH dcjiRcb ggRftcp -^ ^fpf ^j McRpt qgcRi
McRpcftp T^i ?feg xmm eft dcbdlcb | 45. 3PTfqFq°tfg, ^, qepq qg q^grq gri cr spp, gq qg gpr qR cp
21. ifg qpff cpf qeffq dcb-Tlcb qg RiR>oHi i pgq if 3T^fcM STPTcRf gq 3Ttqgq |
22. ggsjT -cTcZTf if ^q dlciddH 3TgTOR gq R^d 3T£ggq I 46. cfcT cZTTfrgf cp feR ^qgtft gap RjRbcpcftil q^RT <^\ PTPtRRP
23. 3iigcfRcb wfiRgf if gWg ?reg RtR>rp cpf gcPP if 3TrgRrcp ?ieg 3T«Tgq #if- qReT, P°^<T, gPPH, PPT, T^ffteT g^sTTefq ^ qfd^TRq
faRbodi RRcif -^ geRPPPP qg gap 3reqgq i qsq Tjqcp 3rgqq, pqgfp Rt^<t fd%r, u<ftiii, ww> erarq 3TffpgR,
24. gcjqqcff, "eTgppft, g>Rgq qtftcTT, gfq qpTTcTR, ggRPT, iRT pf%qr, fRgfp, qg ppgp qgyq I
FP<fq pflpr, qg 3pg psff A^rqeRq ?Pepgg cfg pp fcpgq 3T«rgq i 47. geqqg gq irA\ Aitw^ qg ?rpq RjR>cpi gq p^pt qgg^3fRgcT
25. epuf, ptpt, ^m qg tMqpft gq vfaapqi qfp if vjqgpff ppprt gpqf gq w^ I
26. epuf, PTPT qp f^RR>T q?f PesPT, PPTF^T, RRR, ^R qpflcbRq PP 48. g^ qg gg qtpf if qgcR srg^pqgri gqfcRgg wp, fcfRpq RiR>ohi
fcRgg3Teggqi qcpRf (-ifqvR, -?p?3f, apq, 3tRp) gq ptppp ^pp qg tprp qgfRrcp
27. 31igefRcb RTt%cn3Tf if vJPePq PTPT YtPf cpf PcsPT, RRR, PRTt%, 5TRI
*J<fcq, ^nq, -v3qgq, ^iRRT, 3Tgq?Tg PTSqdT, 3TPT?gcP PSTT l^fcPrPT PP 49. 3^Tgcfftp qg3TTgRR> fcRnq if^qerag gef qgg^iM gqR^e^ikpcb
c|U|fcHcb cp^fpl qg RRi^ 3TEggqi
28. 3TTgcffeTeP Pf%cP3Tf if ^qeRP cPc5 RTPf eft WP, RRH, PRTf%, 50. qgRTfiRmq 3ffq> 3fReT cbRR ^R3ff^rf%q q^ cfter, effsr $mH x^s
g4pq, ^r, ^qgg, ^q?rg, 3rgq?rg PTegqT, 3TPRgqT g?qfxrfcRPT ^pt ^crt R-H^Rcb f^cTcpp ?q q gifeg, gePf%p^cp?H qgq 3tpp efkr
gqfepg> cpfqi qeTRP fcpq f^ef dTeTR 3RP qgqpfeT c^T ?PPP feT t%P3TP^? ^P
29. f%q qg PRTeT qtpf eft p^spt, fdRTP, PRif%, g^p, pq, ^qgg, RRwif^cb qRgq, tgq jWNW q^g {\2^\< \
pq?rg, 3Tgq?rg preggr, 3TPTsggT qsq RiR^^p gq gqfpTq> epjfq i 51. epp qpqf eft wg, fdRRT, pqif^r, ^nq, ^r, v3pgg, qg \3P^
30. ^h, ptcp, ^\ qsp fM qpft ep Rrh Aqgerp fcffipq gg gapqftq 3pgtRR> 3rgqgpff gq fcRgg crtp 3pgcfg 3Tg^TRi
v3qgRT7ff cpr eFTfcPcp fpq, qprfPTcp 3rgqgR i 52. 3pgefg TRTigpR ^Riifdlvjjl Mt^Tdf^ppgf^q cram, dgrRpP erarq,
3rpkrp qg gqgef im i\ pg&g ggfgqR qg 3pgefg cp pRitRPP
gnm:
HI
cRgf ^r ydiRicb fcRgg xvA qg g^rger qtp cp aig^jcra v3ppr pp 13. PR PP prp : 3#q*ft ipt, pkpp qg^3PR pt^t^rpp ^fpg ep tp^t
qqfcpcp fcPPPTI gg, cTeT, gpT qg w™n 3pfe ^% ep 3?gqH i
53. 3ft^c5, "vjTfcjjr, qg cpg pgt^TcT qpff ?rtt ^rp^rfefpoft, ^ pp^r fcRgcf 14. RRite qf^Mcfgf if ^%q pr^ ^ q^ef "^arq cpf sqcRgg^p 3fk
eTaq qq' vjMtJN ^Rcp eTaRT cRP 3TPT«TcP cp f^RpRpftq P^ PSP fcTt^r, ^pgcp wq i
vjppr, qtp cb qgfgPTPTcT eTarqf pp ipptPRP qg ^rrfcPP fcRqq 15. ^Tpfp ^A^\ fetter 3fR ppptt Rrtrfp^ cp ?p<fcp| PtcPf cp ^rpg 3ttfr
g^i gq qag, ^FdF vftctppq, vjfRf qg 3pj?Rf erarq pp 3TgefRRT, p% <^
54. pgyf g^ ^f pgttR qpff cpt 3pgcffcpp cr&ftgpR fcpgg cpjfq qq PRTcp, 3Tt^P^T 3fR 3TfcT PTP eTaRT, ^dF cZTTPg P9TT T3qgR, qRcP4
^fcRJfefpjft ^ pqfsR 3TKRRT vdMxJK eTaRT, PTPPP 3TPTtq?P, ^clfjdld t^PPT 3fR qt%R qPeTI
qg ygrtlq ^r pgf^rp w4lRicb qgqq gq crofq i 16. ^Rq q^f cgRfcrf 3PR qRpRT, ^PPT ^P PT^ if PPTPq fcfqR I
55. cj-tuRicTid qg g^q stRPpp ^ pgf^q str, eram qg v3PR gq 3rsggq 17. ^cppT qx^ Tcfgfqp gczff cp gq, ^rgq g>t iifjiimfjiidi i
qg pprti 18. ^cR 3fR Ptgq cp fctRR ci^cb^ui, ggg ep gR pcprcp ^rgfeft ^geft
56. ^fegfefpft ^2ftfuRTf%p cpf dcjiRcp erapq, Rrapr qg 3tpt«pp pp vjMiifRidi cp ^trt fcRgq wp i #q, gg, p^g 3pr pfr ^ v3Rcpf
5TR ?rp fctfciq g^i qsp gq pg^ff ^fpf gft chtrjjjt 3pgRrg> prflRq cp viMiif Ridi ^p prt qqqp 3fRpgfp PRq i 13ggqqg> ptRp 3fR10
qsif if wgA RiR>oiTiii qg vRgpppRP wq eft vjqePERg ti qgqq cp RrtRp ^r g>f v^qgrRiPT 3fR fcfl^r, ?ftqqfq qg p^Tfgftg
57. g^q qg gq pgfag qpff ep ^tpr, RRqq, erarq pp pg?f fcRpq qg ^fcRl
d^iRcb gTjfq qg ^Teg Rtfif g°fq qg pfcP wp I 19. #qq qf%gT ep qfqn Hckdguf arnrt (cpj4 3fp) eft qap gRif ^ cPePp 1
58. 3TrgRrg> 3?fqRpgf cp 3rrqRgq gag +Rc;di FpqfcrRr eft dcjiRcp cpjfq 20. ^ f^f qq ^cRq qf^gi3ff cpf vJMi|fR|dl cp PT^ if fcf^T W^ :-Pq
qg ?rpq ftf£r crtp qg pfpt sppi fcR5 ^fcR, qRcTcp ?TTeff f^R5 ^, g^f f^5 ^cR, Rftq f^ ^cR,
59. dcilddH qg ^'^hRidc^d sngRrcp gqf cp sjrgjrahq qg qftarq dcjiRcb tTTRT f^5 TcR, ^PcTJcrR^ ^<R, 3RP eR, ellejcbl ^cR, $Rdcbl ^<R,
qcf qqtR gq 3Tsgqq I f^pRTTPTcp wp g*q qg gp qtp ep wr ifi qr|t ^cR, grR ^r, a?rq gpq TcR, stpptf ^<r, qf^ep ^r, RRHRwd,
60. fctRPP PP ^Pff uP& qp RtbVt, 3TR.tft.cft., %^eT fotefP, RpfeTP qTRPTeT qpP, ^PPTP ^PRT, a?R£PP qq vjqpPS ^R I
Hc^Rild, e^lRjcH^ld R^ c^q $«eil«^ 3TTfcT Rrfcfe ?Teq t%qR PP 21. fctp¥q qRt if 3rgppgqp$f ^rgq, prpp, 3rjpt, 3fR 3TfdPfp erapq,
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Part-2 :: RELATED SUBJECTS ::
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62 3rggTpq gf% crft cgcqRd, qgfg, qRpRT 3fR g4fqRq, qc*R> qcpR 1. Learning and Teaching methodology available in Samhita- Tantrayukti, Tantraguna,
Tantradosha, Tachchilya, Vadamarga, Kalpana, Arthashraya, Trividha G>'anopaya,
cp 3rgcTTpq gRp cpf fcpgg wp ep ^trt gfRp^pjgcP 3fR eTR, teaching of Pada, Paada, Shloka, Vakya, Vakyartha, meaning and scope of different
Sthana and Chatushka of Brihatrayee.
3Tggppq gf^rg> ^qqfft fcfRpq qgqq ^ gq qg ^pt, crp 3fR pvjrt 2. Manuscriptology - Collection, conservation, cataloguing, Critical editing through
ep prt 3TggRPT gf^r^pp prt ^Rcft gq 3fR gR i 3TgcppqgRp collation, receion (A critical revision of a text incorporating the most plausible
cp prt RRqq, ?frqq, Rrf gf^r, PiFP pppqq i 3TggRpr gRq cp elements found in varying sources), emendation (changes for improvement) and
textual criticism (critical analysis) of manuscripts. Publication of edited manuscripts.
feR x$ cprf: 3TgcTRPT pRp tf g4, PPP3fR PRAqsqRpTR | fcfRpq 3. Concept of Bija chatustaya (Purush, tyadhi, Kriyakaal, Aushadha according to Sushrut
Samhita).
3Tggrpq gf^r cp qqrp qap qqer cp ^rft qFg3ff gqfcfgR i 3rggTpq 4. Introduction and Application of Nyaya (Maxims) - Like Shilaputrak Nyaya,
qf^r ep ^rpg 3ffq pr g>f Rrftarq, qpTFrpq, ^prjcp qfq, 3rgtp 3ffq Kapinjaladhikaran Nyaya, Ghunakshara Nyaya, Gobalivarda Nyaya, Naprishtah Guravo
3TRRrfp erarq 3TggRRT prp ep ferRpq eZTrqg 3ffq ^qg> qRrcpR i Vadanti Nyaya, Shringagrahika Nyaya, Chhatrino Gacchhanti Nyaya,
Shatapatrabhedana Nyaya, Suchikatah Nyaya.
3TgcTTPq gRg g> ^tpp 3tfq pr if qgqq, 3rggRRT gfcg cp q%p4 5. Importance and utility of Samhita in present era.
fefqg, qwr 3PR q%Rq>feT, jctRpP PgeR PRP 3Tgg^fgf Tjftf fcp q^, 6. Importance of ethics and principles of ideal living as mentioned in Samhita in the
present era in relation to life style disorders.
gpeT, gR gf^g spfcT, ppgr qRg eft fcpgg rpppr} i RtRpp gf^rgpff 7. Interpretation and co-relation of basic principles with contemporary sciences.
eft fcRgq RPTcppct ^ Rp Rrip gRq, atfq gRq, ptppt gf^r, 8. Definition of Siddhanta, types and applied examples in Ayurveda.
9. Ayu and its components as described in Samhita.
prgcffeTcP gRg, ^xr^s gefrfcT fa&% qf%, gggrgRpp gf^g, arR gR^r, 10. Principles of Karana-Karyavada, its utility in advancement of research in Ayurveda.
cfcPRT PRP, ^PfEq qf^r, ^Fq gRg, gsqqRq, dRl^lR Rf^elRil, 11 Theory of Evolution of Universe (Srishti Utpatti), its process accordingto Ayurveda
and Darshana.
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P%, t^tvptq q% 3ffq cpq5iq qR^ 3TT^^ ing, research and clinical practice.
13. Applied aspects of various fundamental principles. Tridosha, Triguna, Purusha and
63. ^3PR gf^T q)t qRPTPT 3PR eFffcpqq, ^Tcp % 3PR gcPP gp>g, v3PR Atmanirupana, Shatpadartha, Ahara-Vihara. Scope and importance of Pariksha
(Pramana).
gRq, TdF 3tfq gRTg gf^r g?tprp, RRPp ^pff if RrRpq ^?gq gRg
14. Importance of knowledge of Shanr Praknti and Manas Prakriti.
cbeMdll 15. Comparative study of Principles of Ayurveda and Shad Darshanas.
64. ppt g>4 g5f c^eqRd, qgfg, pfpt 3ffq qR^mi, RtRpr pflep psft g> 16. Charak Samhita complete with Ayurved Dipika commentary by Chakrapani.
17. Introductory information regarding all available commentaries on Charak Samhita
3rgpR ppt geq, ppt eft ci4kRq spr ^qq^ffgRq gap ^rp prt 18. Sushrut Samhita Sutra sthana and Shanr- sthana. with Nibandha Samgraha commen
tary by Acharya Dalhana
qrepp qcpR cp fcRgg RPPPPct, gqp^f cp ?trt PeeR) qgqq ppt cp 19. Ashtang-Hridayam Sutra Sthanamatram with Sarvanga Sundara commentary by Arun
gfRTTgpgcP, ppt ^ feR vjqptft 3ftqf^r, qpg 3frq \ppft q^gRr Dutt.

anro:
20. Introductory information regarding all available commentaries on Sushrut Samhita 17. Dhatu: General introduction and definition of Dhatu. Formation, Definition (Nirukti),
and Ashtang Hridaya. Incorporated in Charak Samhita, Sushrut Samhita, Ashtanga Distribution, Attributes, quantity, classification, Panl>cabhautika composition and
Hridya, shtang Samgraha. Functions of all seven Dhatus in detail: Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja,
Analysis of principles specially loka-purusha samya, Shadpadartha, Praman, Srishti Uukra.
Utpatti, Panchmahabhuta,Pilupaka, Pitharpaka Karana- Karyavada, Tantrayukti, 18. Applied physiology of Dhatu: Manifestations of Ksaya and Vriddhi of each Dhatu.
Nyayas (Maxims), Atmatatva siddhant. Description of Dhatu Pradosaja Vikara.
21. Importance of Satkaryavad, Arambhavada, Parmanuvada Swabhavoparamvada, 19. Description of Auraya and Aurayi kind of relationship between Dosa and Dhatu.
Swabhava Vada, Yadricha Vada, Karmvada. 20. Description of the characteristic features of Astavidha Sara. Description of Rasavaha,
22. Practical applicability principles of Samkhya- Yoga, Nyaya-Vaisheshika, Vedanta and Raktavaha, Mamsavaha, Medovaha, Asthivaha, Majjavaha and Sukravaha Srotamsi.
Mimansa. 21. Definition, locations, synonyms, Formation, Distribution, Properties, Quantity, Clas
23. Post independent Development of Ayurveda: Education, Research. sification and Functions of Ojas. Description of Vyadhiksamitva. Bala Vrddhikara
24. Globalisation of Ayurved. Bhava. Classification of Bala. Relation between Slesma, Bala and Ojas.
25. Introduction of department of AYUSH, CCIM, CCRAS, RAV 22. Applied physiology of Ojas: Etiological factors and manifestations of Ojaksaya,
26. Tndosh Siddhant. Visramsa and Vyapat. Physiological and clinical significance of Ojas.
27. Panchabhautik Siddhant 23. General introduction and Definition of the term 13 Upadhatu. Formation, Nourish
28. Manastatva and its Chikitsa Siddhant. ment, Quantity, Properties, Distribution and functions of each Upadhatu.
29. Naishthiki Chikitsa. 24. Characteristic features and methods of assessing Suddha and Dusita Stanya, Manifes
30 Practical applicability principles of Charvak, Jain & Bauddha Darshana. tations of Vrddhi and Ksaya of Stanya.
31 Journals, types of Journals review of Articles. 25. Characteristic features of Uuddha and Dusita Artava. Differences between Raja and
Artava, physiology of Artavavaha Srotamsi.
(02) Lecturer, II a< liana Sharir:- 26. Study of Tvak
27 Definition of the term 'Mala' Definition, Formation, Properties, Quantity and Func
1. Etymology of Garbhavakranti Shaarira, features of Shukra and Shonita, description tions of Purisa, Mutra. Manifestations of Vrddhi and Kshaya of Purisa and Mutra.
of Beeja, Beejbhaga, Beejbhagavyava and Garbhotpadakabhava, Garbha Poshana
28. Definition, Formation, Properties, Quantity and Functions of Svedavaha Srotamsi.
Krama, Garbhavriddhikar Bhav, Masanumashiki Garbhavriddhi, Foetal circulation Formation of Sveda. Manifestations of Vrddhi and Ksaya of Sveda.
Explanation of lakshana occurring in Ritumati, Sadhyah Grihita Garbha.
29 Definition, Formation, properties, Quantity, Classification and Functions of each
Dhatumala.
2. Yamal garbha, Anasthi garbha.
3. Explanation of Basic Embryology, and Systemic embryology.
30. Various definitions and synonyms for the term 'Prakrti*. Factors influencing the
Prakrti. Classification of Deha-Prakrti.
4. Knowledge of basicfacts in advancement in Anuvanshiki (Genetics) andGarbhajavikara
(Teratology).
3 1 Physiological description of Pancajnanendriya and physiology of perception of Sabda,
5. Detail etymological derivation of 'Koshtha' and Koshthanga, including detail study Sparua, Rupa, Rasa, Gandha. Indriya-panca-pancaka; Physiological description of
Karmendriya.
of structure of each Koshthanga. Male and Female genital organs.
6. Definition, detail description. Definition, location (sthana), Properties, Functions and Objects of Manas.
7. Etymology, Definition, description of Seven Kala with their Modern component and Definition, Properties of Atma. Difference between Paramatma and Jivatma,
Characteristic features of Atma.
applied aspects.
8. Snayu, Kandara, Rajju, Sanghata, Jalaetc. and their general description Location, Types, Functions of Buddhi; Physiology of Dhi, Dhrti and Smrti.
9. Etymological derivation, definitions, synonyms, number and types of Sira, Dhamani Definition of Nidra, Classification of Nidra. Tandra, physiological and clinical
and Srotas, anatomical differences among Sira, Dhamani and Srotas, description of significance of Nidra; Svapnotpatti and Svapnabheda.
Vedhya andAvedhyaSira (Puncturable and Non puncturable Veins) and clinical impor Physiology of special senses. Intelligence, Memory, Learning and Motivation.
tance of Sira, Dhamani and Srotas including Modern Anatomical counterparts. Physiology of sleep, Physiology of speech and articulation; Physiology of Pain and
temperature.
10 Derivation and definitions of the term Marma and their features, characteristics and
Ahara: Definition and significance of Ahara.
number of Marma according to Sushruta Divisions of Marma on morphological basis
(Rachana Bheda), Shadangatvam (Regional), Abhighataja (Prognostic) classification, Aharpachana: Ahara Paka Prakriya, Description of Annavaha Srotas. Description of
Trimarma according to Charaka. Knowledge of 'Marmaabhighata', MarmaViddha, Avasthapakaand Nishthapaka. Role of dosha in Aharapaka. Sara and Kitta Vibhajana.
Detailed study of individual marma with their clinical and Surgical importance. Im Absorption of Sara. Utpatti and Udieeran of Vata-Pitta-Kapha.
portance of Marma in Shalyatantra. Definition of the term Kostha. Physiological classification of Kostha and the
characteristics of each kind of Kostha.
11. General introduction and description of Asthi, differences amongnumberof Asthi.Types
of Asthi. Detail study of each bone with its ossification &Applied anatomy. Agni: Description of the importance of Agni. Classification of Agni. Locations,
12. Etymological derivation,description, features, number, types and Applied anatomy properties and functions of Jatharagni, Bhutagni, and Dhatvagni.
of all Sandhi (joints). Applied physiology of Agni in Kriya Sarira and Cikitsa.
13. Etymological derivation,description, features, number, types and Applied anatomy Description of the aetiology and features of Annavaha Srotodusti. Applied physiology
of all Peshee (Muscles). of Annavaha Srotas: Arocaka, Ajirna, Atisara, Grahani, Chardi, Parinama Sula
Agnimandya.
14. Description of Panchgyanendriya - Ayurved and Modern aspects. (Sensory organs
(Eye, Ear, Nose, Tongue and Skin with their Applied anatomy). Description of the process of digestion of fats, carbohydrates and proteins in human
15. Shat Chakra - Location and significance in Yoga. Description of Ida, Pmgala, gastrointestinal tract. Different digestive juices, their enzymes and their mechanisms
Sushumnanadi of action. Functions of Salivary glands, Stomach, Pancreas, Small intestine, Liver and
16. Anatomy of brain and spinal cord, Peripheral nervous system (explanation of Nerve large intestine in the process of digestion and absorption.
Plexuses and peripheral nerves,Cranial nervesand Autonomicnervoussystem. Cerebro Movements of the gut (deglutition, peristalsis, defecation etc.) and their control.
spinal fluid, Venous sinuses of Brain, Ventricular system of Brain, Blood supply of Applied physiology of gastrointestinal tract: Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Malabsorption
etc.
Brain, Meninges with Applied Anatomy.
17. Antah Sravi Granthi and Bahih Sravi Granthi :- Detail study of Exocrine &Endocrine Recent understandings related to the gut microbiota and their role in health and
disease.
glands.
Introduction to biochemical structure, properties and classification of proteins, fats
and carbohydrates.
(03) Lecturer, Kriya Sliarir:-
Description of the processes involved in the metabolism of proteins, fats and
carbohydrates.
1. Theory of Pancamahabhuta Vitamins: sources, daily requirement and functions. Physiological basis of signs and
2. Principle of Loka-Purusa Samya symptoms of hypo and hyper-vitaminosis.
3 Importance of Samanya - Vioeesa principle. Physiology of Nervous System. General introduction to nervous system, neurons,
4. Different views on the composition of Purusa and the importance of Cikitsya Purusa. mechanism of propagation of nerve impulse.
5. Importance of Gurvadi Guna in Ayurveda. Study of CNS, PNS and ANS. Sensory and motor functions of nervous system. Functions
6. General description of Tridosa theory of different parts of brain and spinal cord, Hypothalmus and limbic system
Mutual relationship between Triguna-Tridosa-Pancamahabhuta-Indriya. Physiology of Endocrine system, Male and female reproductive physiology, Adipose
8. Mutual relationship between Rtu-Dosa-Rasa-Guna. tissue and its Function, Physiology of immune system, Physiology of Cardio-Vascular
9 Biological rhythms of Tridosa on the basis of Day-Night-Age-Season and Food in system, Physiology of Respiratory system, Functions of Haemopoetic system,
take. Physiology of muscles. Physiology of excretion, Structure and functions of skin,
10. Role of Dosa in the formation of Prakrti of an individual. sweat glands and sebaceous glands.
11 Role of Dosa in maintaining health. Physiograph, Computerised spirometry, Biochemical Analyzer, Pulse oxymeter, Elisa
12. General locations (Sthana), general attributes (Guna) and general functions (Samanya Reader, Hematology Analyzer, Tread mill, Recent studies in biorhythms.
Karma). Five subdivisions of Vdta with their specific locations, specific properties, Recent advances in Neuro-Immune-Endocrine physiology.
functions Recent advances in stem cell research.
13. Pitta Dosa: General locations (Sthana), general attributes (Guna) and general func
tions (Samanya Karma). Five subdivisions of Pitta with their specific locations, «M> Lecturer, Dravyaguuz-
specific properties, and specific functions (Pacaka, Ranjaka, Alocaka, Bhrajaka,
Sadhaka). Similarities and differences between Agni and Pitta.
14. Kapha Dosa: General locations (Sthana), general attributes (Guna) and general func 1. Importance of Namagyana of Dravya, origin of Namarupagyana of Aushadhi in Veda,
tions (Karma) of Kapha. Five subdivisions of Kapha with their specific locations, etymological derivation of various names and synonyms of Aushadhi.
specific properties, and specific functions (Bodhaka, Avalambaka, Kledaka, Tarpaka, 2. Rupagyana in relation to Aushadhi. Sthula and Sukshma description (Macroscopic and
(Elesaka) Microscopic study) of different parts of the plant
15. Applied physiology of Tridosa principle: Kriyakala, Dosa Vrddhi-Dosa Ksaya. 3. Synonyms of dravyas(aushadha and Ahara)mentionedin Vedic compendia, Brihatrayee,
16. Process of nourishment of Dhatu. Description of various theories of Dhatu Posana Bhavaprakasha and Rajanighantu.
(Ksira-Dadhi, Kedari-Kulya, Khale Kapota etc). 4. Basonyms, synonyms and distinguish morphological characteristic features of me
dicinal plants listed in Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India (API)
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5. Knowledge of Anukta dravya (Extrapharmacopial drugs) with regards to namarupa. 6 Mrigashringa Bhasma, Mayurpiccha Bhasma, Kukkutand twak Bhasma, Hiraka Bhasma,
Sandigdha dravya (Controversial drugs) vinischaya. Manikya Bhasma.
6. Knowledge of biodiversity, endangered medicinal species. 12. Dravaka - Shankha Dravaka
Knowledge of TKDL, Introduction to relevant portions of Drugs and cosmetic act. 13. Pishti - Praval pishti, Manikya Pishti, Mukta pishti, Jahara mohara pishti, Trinakanta
Magic remedies Act, Intellectual Property Right (IPR) and Regulations pertaining to mani pishti etc.
Import and Export of Ayurvedic drugs. 14. Detailed knowledge of manufacturing, storage, shelf life, pharmacopeial standards,
8 Knowledge of tissue culture techniques therapeutic efficacy, dose, anupana and development of technology with Standard
9. Knowledge of Genetically Modified Plants Operating Procedures of processing, standardization and quality control of Kharaliya
10. Fundamental principles of drug action in Ayurveda and conventional medicine. rasa, Parpati, Kupipakva rasa and Pottali rasa
11 Detailed study of rasa-guna- virya- vipaka-prabhava and karma with their applied 15. Study of classical texts with respective commentaries and special emphasis on
aspects and commentators (Chakrapanidatta, Dalhana, Arunadatta, Hemadri and Indu) Rasarnava, Rasahridaya tantra, Rasa Ratna Samucchaya, Rasendra Chintamani, Rasendra
views on them. Chudamani, Rasa Ratnakara, Rasadhyaya, Rasa Kamdhenu, Anandkanda, Siddha
12. Comprehensive study of karma as defined in Brihatrayee & Laghutrayee Bheshaja Manimala, Ayurveda Prakash, Rasatarangini, Bhaishajya Ratnavali,
13 Detailed study of Gunaand Karma of dravyas listedin API and Bhavaprakasha Nighantu Rasamritam etc. and the books mentioned in the Schedule I of D & C Act - 1940.
along with current research review. Relevant portions of Bnhatrayi.
14. Detailed studyof aharadravya/ ahara varga ascribed in Brihatrayee andvarious nighantus 16. History and Chronological evolution of Bhaishajya Kalpana, Concept of Bheshaja
along with Kritanna varga. and Aushadh, fundamental principles of Bhaishajya Kalpana. Technical terminologies
15. Pharmacologycal principles and knowledge on drugs acting on various systems. (Paribhasha) used in Bhaishajya Kalpana.
16. Basic knowledge on experimental pharmacology for the evaluation of - analgesic, 17. Classical and Contemporary concepts of Collection, storage, Saviryata Avadhi and
anti pyretic, anti inflammatory, anti diabetic, ami hypertensive, hypo lipidemic, anti preservation methods of different fresh and dry Aushadhi dravyas and their graahya
ulcer, cardio protective, hepatoprotective, diuretics, adaptogens, CNS activites. agraahyatva
17. Knowledge on Heavy metal analysis, pesticidal residue and aflatoxins 18. Detailed knowledge of routes of drug administration, Aushadha matra, Anupana,
18. Knowledge on evaluation of anti microbial and antimycotic activities. Sahapana, Aushadha Sevana Kala, Kala Avadhi, Pathya, Apathya (Posology).
19. Bhaishjya Prayog Siddhant [Principles of drug administration] - Bhaishajya Marga 19. Detailed knowledge of manufacturing, standardization, quality control, pharmacopeial
(routes of drug administration), Vividha Kalpana (Dosage forms), Principles of Yoga standards, storage, shelf life and development of innovative technology with Stan
Vijnan (compounding), Matra (Dosage), Anupana (Vehicle), Aushadha grahankal dard manufacturing Operating Procedures of following dosage forms Panchavidha
(Time of drug administration ), Sevankal avadhi (duration of drug administration), Kashaya, Churna, Rasakriya, Ghana, Avaleha, Pramathya, Mantha, Panaka, Sarkara,
Pathyapathya (Dos' /Donts' /Contraindications), complete Prescription writing Kshirapaka, Ushnodaka, Aushadha Siddha Udaka, Sadangodaka, Tandulodaka,
(Samagra Vyavastha patraka). Laksharasa, Arka, Satva, Kshara, Lavana, Masi, Gutika, Vatika, Modaka, Guggulu and
20. Samyoga- Viruddh Sidhanta and its importance Varti etc. Sneha Kalpana: Concept of accha sneha and sneha pravicharana and
21. Amayika prayoga (therapeutic uses) of important plants ascribed in as well as Murchhana. Sneha paka, types of sneha paka and sneha siddhi lakshana, Avartana.
Brihattrayee, Chakradutta, Yoga ratnakara and Bhavaprakasha. Sneha kalpa karmukata (Pharmacokinetics and dynamics of sneha kalpa). Role of
22. Knowledge of Pharmaco-vigilance in Ayurveda and conventional system of medicine. Sneha in relation to absorption of drug. Kritanna and Bheshaja Siddha Anna Kalpana,
23. Knowledge of clinical pharmacology andclinical drug research as perGCPguidelines. Aharopayogi varga, concept of medicinal and functional food, dietary supplements
24. Knowledge of Pharmacogenomics and neutraceuticals etc. Sandhana kalpana: Madya varga and Shukta varga. Asava
25. Etymology of nighantu, their relevance, utility and salient features. yoni. Alcoholic and acidic fermentation. Sandhana kalpa karmukata (Pharmacoki
26. Nighantus with their authors name, period and content- Paryaya ratnamala, netics and dynamics). Advancements in fermentation technology Knowledge of regu
Dhanvantan nighantu, Hridayadipika nighantu, Ashtanga nighantu, Rajanighantu, lations in relation to alcoholic drug preparations. Bahya Prayogartha Kalpana : Lepa,
Siddhamantra nighantu, Bhavaprakasha nighantu, Madanpala nighantu, Rajavallabha Upanaha, Udvartan, Avachumana / Avadhulana, Abhyanga, Dhupana, Malahara. Mukha,
nighantu, Madhava Dravyaguna, Kaiyadeva nighantu, Shodhala nighantu, Saligram Kama, Nasa, Netropacharartha Kalpana:Basti Kalpana: Basti Yantra Nirmana, Types
nighantu, Nighantu ratnakara, Nighantu adharsha and Priya nighantu of basti Anuvasana and Asthapana basti. Karma, kala and yoga basti etc. Basti Kalpa
27. Detailed study Aushadha kalpana mentioned in Sharangadhara samhita and Ayurvedic (Madhutailika, Piccha basti etc.), Comparison of Asthapana and Anuvasana basti with
Formulary of India (AF1) evacuation and retention enema.
28. General awareness on poshaka ahara (Nutraceuticals),Varnya (cosmoceuticals), food All the following procedures are to be studied in relevance to Ayurvedic Bhaishajya
addictives, Excipients etc. Kalpas.
29 Knowledge of plant extracts, colors, flavors and preservatives. Methods of Expression and Extraction: Maceration, percolation, distillation, infu
30. Review of important modern works on classical medicinal plants published by Govt of sion and decoction.
India, department of AYUSH and ICMR Liquids: Clarified liquid, syrup, elixir, filtration techniques 23. Solid dosage Forms:
Powders: Size reduction, separation techniques, particle size determination, prin
<<>">> Lecturer, lias Shastra and llhaishajya Kalpana:- ciples of mixing. Tablets: Methods of tableting, suppositories, pessaries and capsules,
sustained release dosage forms.
I History and Chronological evolution of Rasashastra, concept of Raseshwara darshan. Semisolid dosage forms, emulsions, suspensions, creams and ointments, sterilization
Fundamental Principles of Rasashastra Technical terminologies (Paribhasha) used in of ophthalmic preparations.
Rasa shastra.
25. An introduction to various cosmetic preparations.
2. Detailed knowledge of ancient and contemporary Yantropakarana and their accesso
26. Drying, open and closed air drying, freeze drying, vacuum drying and other drying
ries used in aushadhikaran and their contemporary modification such as yantras, methods pharmaceutical excipients.
mushas, putas, Koshthis, bhrashtris, muffle furnaces and other heating appliances, 27. Study of classical texts with special emphasis on Chakradatta, Sharangadhara Samhita,
ovens, driers etc. used in manufacturing of Rasaushadhis in small scale andlarge scale Bhaishajya Ratnavali, Bhava Prakasha, Yogaratnakara, relevant portions of Bnhatrayi,
along with their applications. Ayurvedic Pharmacopeia of India, Ayurvedic Formulary of India.
3. Study of Samskara, Role of agni (Heat), jala and other dravas (water and other pro 28. Rasachikitsa, Kshetrikaran, Rasajirna, Lohajirna, Aushadhi SevanaVikarashanti Upaya.
cessing liquids), kala (Time span), paatra (container) etc. and their significance in Ashuddha, Apakva,Avidhi Rasadravya Sevanajanya Vikara evam Vikara shanti upaya.
aushadhikarana. 29. Detailed knowledge of Aushadhi patha Nischiti and sanyojan (formulation composi
4. Concept of Bhavana, study of Mardana and its significance and knowledge of ancient tion), dose, anupana and method of administration, therapeutic efficacy and uses
and contemporary grinding techniques. (indications and contra-indications), probable mode of action etc. of the following
5. Detailed Knowledgeof different procedures of Shodhana, Jarana Murchana and Marana, Aushadhi yogas
concept of Puta, definition, types and specifications of different Putas. Significance 1. Kharaliya Rasa : Shwasa kuthara Rasa, Tribhuvana kirti Rasa, Higuleshwara Rasa,
of different Putas in relation to Bhasmikarana and therapeutic efficacy of dravya Ananda bhairava Rasa, Maha Lakshmivilasa Rasa, Vasnata kusumakara Rasa, Vasanta
under process Bhasma pariksha vidhi andits significance in relation to contemporary malti Rasa, Brihat vata chintamani Rasa, Laghu suta shekhar Rasa, Suta shekhara
testing procedures. Amritikaran and Lohitikarana. Rasa, Ram ban Rasa, Chandra kala Rasa, Yogendra Rasa, Hridyarnava rasa, Grahani
6. Detailed knowledge of Satva and Druti, Satva shodhan, mrudukaran and Maran of kapata Rasa,Garbhapala Rasa, Jalodarari Rasa, Mrityunjaya Rasa, Madhumalini vasanta
Satva, its significance, in relation to therapeutic efficacy of dravya under process. Rasa, Arsha kuthara Rasa, Krimi mudgara Rasa, Suchika bharanaRasa, Tri netra Rasa,
Concept of Pratinidhi dravya and discussion on controversial drugs. Smruti sagara Rasa, Vata gajankusha Rasa, Agni kumar Rasa, Ekangavir Rasa, Kama
8. Detailed ancient and contemporary knowledge of Parada and its compounds with dugha Rasa, Purnachandrodaya Rasa, Prataplankeshwara Rasa, Maha vata vidhwansaka
reference to source, occurrence, physico-chemical characterization, graahya Rasa, Kasturi bhairava Rasa, Ashwa kanchuki Rasa, Gulma kuthara Rasa, Maha
agraahyatva, Parada dosha, Parada gati, Parada shodhan, Study of Ashta sanskara, jwarankusha Rasa, Chandra mrita Rasa, Kapha ketu Rasa, Prabhakara Vati, Pravala
ashtadasha sanskara etc., Hingulottha Parada. Concept of Parada jaran, moorcchana, Panchamrita, GandhakaRasayana, Chaturbhuj rasa, Navajivan rasa, Shonitargal rasa,
bandhan, pakshaccheda and marana etc. Therapeutic properties and uses of Parada Raktapitta kulakandan rasa, Amavatari Rasa, Kravyada Rasa, Garbha chintamani
9. Detailed ancient & contemporary knowledge with Geochemical / mineralogical / Rasa, Chintamani Rasa, Trilokya chintamani Rasa, Pradarantaka Rasa, Vangeshwara
biological identification, source, occurrence, physico-chemical characterization, Rasa, Brihat vangeshwara Rasa, Shwasakasa Chintamani Rasa, Arogya vardhini Vati,
graahya-agraahyatva, Shodhan Maranadi vidhi and therapeutic properties and uses of Chandra prabha Vati, Agni tundi vati, Shankha Vati.
dravyas etc. included in Maharasa, Uparasa, Sadharana rasa, Dhatu, Upadhatu, Ratna, 2. Kupipakva Rasa: Rasa Sindura, Makaradhwaja, Sidha makaradhwaja, Samira pannaga
Uparatna, Visha, Upavisha, Sudha varga, Lavana varga, Kshara varga, Sikata varga Swarnavanga, Malla sindura, Rasa karpura, Rasa pushpa, Manikya Rasa.
and other miscellaneous drugs used in Rasashastra. 3. Parpati Rasa : Rasa Parpati, Loha Parpati, Tamra Parpati, Suwarna Parpati, Gagana
10. Detailed knowledge of manufacturing, pharmacopeia! standards, storage, shelf life, Parpati, Vijay Parpati, Panchamrit Parpati, Shwet Parpati, Bola Parpati
therapeutic efficacy, dose, anupana, vikarashanti upaya and development of technol 4 Pottali Rasa: Rasagarbha pottali, Hemagarbha pottali, Mallagarbha pottali,
ogy with Standard Operating Procedures of processing, standardization, quality con Hiranyagarbha pottali, Shankagarbha pottali, Lokanatha rasa, Mriganka Pottali
trol of Bhasmas and Pishtis 5. Loha evam Mandura Kalpa: Ayaskriti, Loha Rasayana, Amla pittantaka loha,
11 Bhasma - Abhraka Bhasma, Svarnamakshika Bhasma, Kasis Bhasma, Svarna Bhasma, Chandanadi loha, Dhatri loha, Navayasa loha, Putapakva vishama jwarantaka loha,
Rajata Bhasma, Tamra Bhasma, Loha Bhasma, Mandur Bhasma, Naga Bhasma, Vanga Shilajatwadi loha, Tapyadi loha, Saptamrita loha, Dhatri loha Amritasara Loha,
Bhasma, Yashad Bhasma, Trivanga Bhasma, Pittala, Kamsya and Varthaloha Bhasma, Shankaramat loha, Pradarantaka loha, Rohitaka loha. Punarnava Mandura, Shatavari
Shankha Bhasma, Shukti Bhasma, Kapardika Bhasma, Godanti Bhasma, Praval Bhasma, Mandura, Tara Mandura, Triphala Mandura, Mandura Vataka etc.
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Detailed knowledge of Aushadhi patha Nischiti and sanyojan (formulation composi- 2. Definition of Visha, properties of visha and its comparison with madya and oja, visha
tion), dose, anupana and method of administration, therapeutic efficacy and uses samprapti, visha prabhava, visha-vega, vegantara and visha karmukata (toxicodynamic
(indications and contra-indications), probable mode of action etc. of the following and toxicokinetic study).
Aushadhi yogas, Panchavidha Kashayas and their Upakalpa: Ardraka swarasa, Tulasi 3. Descriptive and comparative study of Upavisha in unison with Contemporary
swarasa, Vasa putapaka swarasa, Nimba kalka, Rasona kalka, Kulattha Kwath, Toxicology.
Punarnavasthaka kwatha, Rasna saptaka kwatha, Dhanyak hima, Sarivadi hima, 4. Examination of poisons as per Contemporary and Ayurvedic Methods.
Panchakola phanta, Tandulodaka, Mustadi pramathya, Kharjuradi mantha, Shadanga 5. Descriptive study of sthavara visha, definition, classifications, classical signs and
paniya, Laksha rasa, Arjuna kshirapaka, Rasona kshirapaka, Chincha panaka, Candana symptoms of poisoning including vanaspatic (phyto poison), khanija (mineral) and
panaka, Banapsha sharkara, Nimbu sharkara, Amrita satva, Ardraka satva, Ajamoda compound sthavara visha.
arka, Yavanyadi arka ii. Kritanna and Bheshaja Siddha Ahara Kalpana. Yavagu, (Knta 6. Study of Jangama visha and their sources (Animal poisoning and Zoonotic Diseases).
and Aknta), Ashtaguna manda, Laja manda, Peya, Vilepi, Krishara, Yusha, Mudga Descriptive study of snakes according to ancient and contemporary knowledge. Causes
yusha, Kulattha yusha, Saptamushtika yusha, Khada, Kambalika, Raga, Shadava, of snake bite and its types. Composition of snake venom and its pharmacological
Mamsarasa, Veshavara, Dadhi, Katvar Dadhi, Dadhi Mastu, Takra, Ghola, Udasvita, actions. Signs and symptoms of envenomation and its prognostic signs. Clinical
Mathita, Chhacchikaetc., Churna. Sitopaladi Churna, Talisadi Churna, Triphala Churna, features of Vrischika (scorpion), Luta (spider), Grihagodhika (Lizard), Mushaka (rats),
Hingvashtaka Churna, Avipattikara Churna, Swadishta Virechana Churna, Bhaskar Alarka (dogs), Makshika and Mashaka (mosquitoes) and their pathologic
Lavana Churna, Sudarshana Churna, Maha Sudarshana Churna, Gandharva Haritaki manifestations including their role in the manifestation of communicable diseases.
Churna, Shanka visha and its management. Visha sankat and Visha Kanya.
PushyanugaChurna, Ajamodadi Churna, Hingvadi Churna, Eladi Churna, Dadimashtaka 7. Garavisha and Dushi visha, their varieties, signs, symptoms and management with
Churna, Trikatu Churna, Vaishwanara Churna, Gangadhara Churna, Jati phaladi Churna, contemporary relevance. Detailed study of Allergies including allergic
Narayana Churna etc.,Gutika: Arogya vardhani vati, Chandra prabha vati, Chitrakadi manifestations in the eyes, nose, lungs and skin.
Gutika, Sanjivani Vati, Lasunadi vati, Lavangadi Vati, Vyoshadi vati, Khadiradi Vati, 8. Detailed study of Madya visha and substances acting on the nervous system;
Kankayana Vati, Abhayadi modaka, Marichyadi gutika, Amalakyadi gutika, Samshamini substance abuse.( Diagnosis, Management and De-addiction)
Vati, Kutaja Ghana vati, Amarasundari Vati, Shiva Gutika, Eladi Vati, Kasturyadi 9. Detailed study of the contemporary knowledge about vishajanya
Gutika, Arshoghni Vati. Guggulu: Yogaraja Guggulu, Maha yogaraja Guggulu, Janpadodhvansaniya roga (community health problems due to poisons -
Trayodashanga Guggulu, Kanchanara Guggulu, Rasnadi Guggulu, Triphala Guggulu, Environmental pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, air pollution, Industrial
Simhanada Guggulu, Gokshuradi Guggulu, Kaishora Guggulu, Panchatikta Guggulu, pollutions etc. their features and management according to ancient and recent
Amritadi Guggulu, Vatari Guggulu, Lakshadi Guggulu, AbhaGuggulu, Navaka Guggulu, concepts.
Nava Karshika Guggulu. 10. Concept of Virudha aahara, Aahara visha and Satmyasatmyata in contemporary and
Sneha Kalpana- Sneha Moorchhana - Ghrita Murchana, Taila Murchhana, Siddha Ayurvedic views
Ghrita- Shatavari Ghrita, Jatyadi Girita, Phala Ghrita, Dadimadi Ghrita, Kshirashatpala 1) Conceptual study:- Drug interactions and incompatibility,
Ghrita, Mahatriphala Ghrita, Dhanvantari Ghrita, Amritaprasha Ghrita, Kalyanaka Pharmacovigilance
Ghrita, Brahmi Ghrita, Changeri Ghrita, Panchatikta Ghrita, Sukumara Ghrita, 2) Fundamental Principles for treatment of poisoning
Panchagavya Ghrita Siddha Taila - Maha Narayana Taila, Maha Masha Taila, Bala 3) General and specific treatment of different types of Sthavara visha.
Taila, Nirgundi Taila, Shadbmdu Taila, Vishagarbha Taila, Sahacharadi Taila, Jatyadi 4) General and specific treatment of different types of Jangama visha (animal
Taila, Apamarga Kshara Taila, Tuvaraka Taila, Kshirabala Taila (Avartita), Lakshadi poisons, insect poisons, snake bites and other zoonotic diseases).
Taila, Anu Taila, Kumkumadi Taila, Hingutriguna Taila, Kottumchukadi Taila, 5) Emergency medical management of poisoning including preparation,
Prasarinyadi Taila, Taila, Brihadavadi Taila, Irimedadi Taila, Chandanadi Taila, administration and complications of antivenoms/antisera.
Panchaguna taila, Arka taila, PindaTaila, Kasisadya TailaRasaknya, Avaleha, Khanda 6) Chaturvimsati upakrama (24 management procedures).
etc.: Darvi Rasakriya, Vasa Avaleha, Brahma rasayana, Chyavanprasha Avaleha, 7) Management of Garavisha and Dushivisha. Treatment of Allergies including
Kushmanda Avaleha, Dadima Avaleha, Bilvadi Avaleha, Kantakaryavaleha, Haridra allergic manifestations in the eyes, nose, lungs and skin.
Khanda, Narikela khanda, Saubhagya shunthi paka, Amrita Bhallataka, Kamsa Haritaki, 8) Diagnosis and Management of Drug Induced Toxicity
Chitraka Haritaki, Vyaghri Haritaki, Bahushala Guda, Kalyana Guda Sandhana Kalpa: 9) Management of the toxic manifestations caused by the contact poisons
Lodhrasava, Kumaryasava, Ushirasava, Chandanasava, Kanakasava, Sarivadyasava, (paduka, vasthra, abharana, mukhalepa- vishabadha etc).
Pippalyasava, Lohasava, Vasakasava, Kutajarishta, Draksharishta, Raktamitrarka, 10) Management of food poisoning.
Dashamularishta, Abhayarishta, Amritarishta, Ashokarishta, Sarasvatarishta, 11) Deathdue to poisoning, Duty of physician in poisoning,in cases of suspected
Arjunarishta, Khadirarishta, Ashwagandha Arishta, Vidanganshta, Takrarishta, poisoning. Post mortem findings in poisoning.
Mahadrakshasava, Mritasanjivani sura, Maireya, Varuni, Sidhu, Kanji, Dhanyamla, 12) Extra -corporeal techniques (dialysis etc) for removal of poisons.
Madhu Shukta, Pindasava. Anya Kalpa : Phalavarti, Chandrodaya varti, Arka lavana, 11. Definition of \fyavaharaAyurveda, its evolution in ancient and contemporary periods.
Narikela lavana, Triphala masi, Apamarga kshara, Snuhi kshara, Ksharasutra, Atasi 12. Personal identity and its medico-legal aspects
upanaha, Sarjarasa malahara, Gandhaka malahara, Sindhuradi Malahara, Shatadhouta J3. Death and its medico-legal aspects (Medical Thanatology)
Ghrita, Sahasra DhoutaGhrita, Siktha taila, Dashanga lepa, Doshaghna lepa, Bhallataka 14. Asphyxial deaths and its medico-legal importance.
taila patana, Jyotishmati Taila, Bakuchi Taila, Dashanga dhupa, Arshoghna dhupa, 15. Death due to starvation, heat and cold, lightening and electricity. Suspended Animation
Nishadi Netra bindu, Madhutailika Basti, Piccha Basti, Yapana Basti. 16. Medico-legal autopsy.
General Pharmacology:- Principles of Pharmacology, Pharmcodynamics & Pharma- 17. Injuries due to explosions, chemical and nuclear warfare.
cokinetics: Absorption, distribution, Metabolism & excretion, mechanism of action, 18. Medico-legal aspects of injuries and wounds.
dose determination and dose response, structure activity relationship, Routes of drug 19. Impotence and sterility-Its medico-legal aspects. Regulations of Artificial
administration, Factors modifying drug effect, Bioavailability and Bioequivalence, Insemination. Medico -legal aspects of surrogate motherhood.
drug interactions, adverse drug reaction and drug toxicity, Preclinical evaluation. 20. Sexual offences and perversions.
experimental pharmacology [bioassay, in vitro, in vivo, cell line studies, animal 21. Medico-legal aspects of virginity, pregnancy, delivery, abortion, infanticide and
ethics. legitimacy with related acts.
Clinical pharmacology: Evaluation of New Chemical Entity - phases and methods of 22. Indian Penal Code, Criminal procedure code and study of related acts like Indian
clinical research. Ethics involved in human research. Evidence Act, Pre Natal Diagnostic Test Act, Nursing Home Act, Human Organ
Elemental constituents of human body and its physiological importance. Deficiencies Transplantation Act, Drugs and Cosmetic Act 1940, Narcotic drugs and Psychotropic
and excess of various elements (micro-nutrients). substances Act 1985, Pharmacy Act 1948, Drugs and Magical Remedies (Objectionable
35 Toxicity of heavy metals and chelation therapy Advertisements) Act 1954, Medicinal and Toilet Preparations Act 1955 and Anatomy
36 Knowledge of toxicity and pharmacological activities of herbo-mineral compounds. Act etc. Any related act enacted by the government from time to time.
37 Detailed Knowledge of Pharmacovigilance - National and International Scenario 23. Courts and Legal procedures, Forensic Science Laboratory, Medico legal aspects of
Pharmacovigilance of Ayurvedic Drugs mental illness
Scope and evolution of pharmacy. Information resources in pharmacy and pharma- 24. Duties and privileges of physician. Structure of Central Council of Indian Medicine,
ceutical Science. its jurisdiction and functions. Code and Conducts as per the CCIM, Rules and
39. Pharmaceutical dosage form design (Pre-formulation) Regulations there under.
40. Packaging materials and Labeling 25. Respective State Council of Indian Medicine, its structure, power, voluntary duties.
41. Management of pharmacy, store and inventory management, personnel manage Doctor - patient relationship.
ment, Good Manufacturing Practices related to Ayurvedic drug industry. 26. Rights and privileges of patients; Euthanasia, Professional secrecy and privileged
42. Pharmaceutical Marketing, product release and withdrawals. communication. Professional negligence and malpractice, Indemnity Insurance scheme.
43. Hospital, Dispensing and Community pharmacy. Consumer Protection Act related to medical practice.
44. Patenting and Intellectual Property Rights. 27. Ethics as in classics. Types of physicians and methods of identification, Pranabhisara
45 Laws GoverningAyurvedic drugs:- Relevant regulatory provisions of Ayurvedic drugs and Rogabhisara Physicians, qualities of physician, responsibilities of Physicians,
in Drug and Cosmetics Act - 1940and Rules - 1945, Laws pertaining to Drugs and Chathurvidha vaidya vriti, duties of physicians towards patients, Vaidya sadvritam,
Magic remedies (Objectionable Advertisement) Act - 1954, Prevention of Food Adul Apujya Vaidya who is accepting fees, relationship with females. Study of process for
teration (PFA) act, Food Standards and Safety Act - 2006, Laws pertaining to Narcot sodhana, marana and samskarana of poisonous drugs. Pharmaco-dynamics of different
ics, Factory and Pharmacy Acts, Consumer Protection Act -1986 formulations used in Agadatantra Study of pharmacology and usage of antidotes as per
46. Regulatory Affairs related to International Trade and Practices of Ayurvedic Drugs the Ayurvedic and contemporary science.
47. Introduction to Ayurvedic Pharmacoepia of India, Ayurvedic Formulary of India. 28. Fundamentals of pharmaceutics according to Ayurvedic and contemporary point of
Introduction to Indian Pharmacoepia, British and United States Pharmacoepia, view. Chemical, analytical, laboratory examination of poisons and suspicious substance.
Pharamcoepial Codex Introduction of different instruments /equipments used in the examination of poisons.
Introduction to Traditional Knowledge Digital Library Introduction to Clinical toxicology, Introduction to Experimental toxicology
Introduction to Toxico - genomics,Survey and study of the traditional and folklore
Lecturer, Agad Tantra:- vishachikista sampradaya
1. Agada Tantra, its sequential development during Veda kala, Samhitha kala, Samgraha
kala and Adhunika kala.

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<07> Lecturer, Swasthai ritta:- Therapeutic effect of yogic practice in the following diseases - Diabetes, Hyperten
sion, Cardiovascular disorders, Obesity, Asthma, Piles, Irritable Bowel Syndrome,
Eczema, Psoriasis, Stress Disorders, Eye disorders, Head Ache, Juvenile Delinquency,
1. Concept of holistic health according to Ayurveda.
Mental retardation, Depression, Neurosis, Sexual Dysfunction, Uterine Disorders,
2. Spectrum of health. Iceberg phenomenon of diseases, dimensions of health.
Cancer
3. Dinacharya - Detailed accounts by Charaka, Sushruta, Vagbhata and Bhavamishra.
Yoga in Ayurveda -Concept of moksha,Tools for Moksha,Naishthikichikitsa,
4. Probable Physiologic effect of Dinacharya procedures.
TatvaSmriti, Satyabudhhi, yoginamBalamAishwaram (charakaSamhitaSharirasthana
5. Ratricharya - Bhavamishra and other classics.
chapter 1 & 5)
6. Day and night pattern in various countries.
83. History of Nisargopachara.
7. Ritucharya - Classical description by Charaka, Sushruta, Vagbhata, BhelaSamhita and
84. Basic Principles of Western School of Nature Cure
Bhavamishra.
85. Basic Principles of Indian School of Nature Cure - Panchabhuta Upasana and its
8. Ritus prevalent in various Indian states.
therapeutic utility.
9. Ritu pattern in various countries of the world
86 Different types of Massage and their therapeutic effects
10. Shodhana Schedule for Ritusandhis
87 Concepts of Acupuncture and Acupressure.
I 1. Concept of Vegas, types and the physiology behind each vega and vegadharana.
88 Principles of Chromotherapy and Magnetotherapy
12. Ahara - Classical food items in Charaka, Sushruta, Vagbhata and Sharangadhara.
13. Aharavargas and comparison with todays' food items
14. Staple diet of various States of India. Lecturer, I'raatuti I antra • .Stri i •g*.
15. Staple diet of various countries in correlation with their climate.
16 Principles of dietetics. Balanced diet for healthy adult, adolescent, elderly people, i Applied anatomy of female Genito urinary system, pelvis and Pelvic floor. Pelvic
pregnant ladies and lactating mothers. assesment and foetal skull.
17. Food intervention in malnutrition, under nutrition and over nutrition. 2. Physiology, neuro endocrinology and pathology of puberty and Neuroendocrine con
18. Rules of food intake accccording to Charaka, Sushruta and Vagbhata. trol of menstrual cycle.. Artava, Rituchakra, Streebija, Pumbija.
19. Pros and Cons of vegetarian and Non vegetarian foods. 3 Garbha sambhava samaagri, Garbhadhanam, Pre-conceptional counseling and care,
20. Viruddhahara - Classical and modern day examples Pumsavana, Garbhasya shad dhatvatmakata, Garbhavakranti, Matrijadi bhava, Garbha
21 Sadvritta - Compare Charaka, Sushruta and Vagbhata . vriddhi, role of panchamahabhutas in the formation and development of foetus.
22. Prajnaparadha - Causes, Effects and solution. Garbhasya avayavotpatti, Fundamentals of reproduction - gamatogenesis, Fertiliza
23. AcharaRasayana, Nityarasayana. tion, Implantation and early development of human embryo.
24. Rasayana procedures for Swastha Apara, Garbhodaka Jarayu, Nabhinadi.
25. Vajeekarana for Swastha. Placenta, amniotic fluid, membranes and umbilical cord -their formation, structure,
26. Mental Health and the role of Ayurveda in it. Functions and abnormalities. Garbha-poshana, Garbha shareerkriya vaishishtyam,
27. Vyadhikshamatva - Modern and Ayurvedic concepts. Garbha lingotpatti, Garbha vamotpatti, Garbhasya masanumasika vriddhi. Foetal
28. Principles of Health Education. physiology, circulation, Foetal growth and development
29. Genetics in Ayurveda and Modern Science Bija - Bijabhaga - Bijabhagavayava janya garbhanga vikruthi. Genetics, Birth defects
30. Concept of community health. and other teratologic abnormalities
3 1. Concept of Prevention according to Ayurveda. Garbhini nidana, sapekshanidana, Garbhakalina matrigata parivartana, lakshana,
32. Concept of prevention according to Modern medicine. Levels of prevention. Stages Dauhrida. Diagnosis and differential diagnosis of pregnancy, anatomical and physi
of intervention ological changes during pregnancy, Endocrinology related to pregnancy, Immunology
33. Web of causation of diseases, Multifactorial causation. of pregnancy.
34 Natural History of diseases. Garbhiniparicharya, Masanumasika Pathya Apathya evum Garbha upaghatakara bhava.
3 5. Ecology and community health. Ante Natal care, examination investigations and management,.
36. Disinfection practices for the community - Modern and Ayurvedic. Garbhasankhya nirnay, Bahu apatyata, Multiple pregnancy.
37. Immunization programmes. Possible contribution of Ayurveda. Garbhavyapad - causes, clinical features, complications, management and treatment
38. Environment and community health (Bhumi, Jala, Vayu, Shuddhikarana, of Garbhasrava and Garbhapata , Upavishtaka, Nagodara / LJpashushka, Lina garbha,
Prakasha,Shabda, Vikirana) Goodagarbha, Jarayu Dosha, Antarmrita garbha , Garbha shosha, Garbha kshaya,
39 Housing -W.H.0 Standards. Design of Aaturalaya(hospital), Sutikagara, Kumaragara, Bhutahrita garbha, Raktagulma
Panchakarmagara and Mahanasa (Kitchen) Abortions, I.U.GR, Intrauterine Foetal death Ectopic pregnancy and gestational
40. Disposal of Wastes- Refuse, Sewage. Methods of Sewage disposal in sewered and trophoblastic neoplasia,
unsewered areas Garbhini vyapad - nidana panchaka and chikitsa of garbhini vyapad.
41 Occupational Health. Ergonomics. Role of Ayurveda in ESI. Early recognition, differential diagnosis and prompt management of pregnancy com
42. Medical Entomology- Arthropods of Medical Importance and their control mea plications, Emesis and Hyperemesis gravidarium, Anaemia, Pregnancy Induced Hy
sures. pertension, Pre-eclampsia, Eclampsia, Antepartum hemorrhage, Rh- incompatibil
43. Knowledge of parasites in relation to communicable diseases. ity. Management of pregnancies complicated by medical, surgical or Gynecological
44 School Health Services and possible contribution of Ayurveda. disorders in consultation with the concerned specialties by team approach
45. Demography and Family Planning. Infections in pregnancy: Toxoplasmosis, Viral infections, Rubella, CMV, Hepatitis-B,
46. Family Welfare Programme and the role of Ayurveda in it. Herpes, Syphilis and other Sexually Transmitted Infections including HIV, Preven
47. Old age problems in community. Role of Ayurveda in Geriatrics. tion of mother to child transmission of HIV infection (PMTCT).
48 Care of the disabled Jataharini related to garbhini avastha
49. Life Style disorders (Non Communicable diseases) in community and the role of Evaluation of Foetal and maternal health in complicated pregnancies by making use
Ayurveda in them. of diagnostic modalities.
50. Health tourism. Ayurvedic Resort Management- Panchakarma and allied procedures. Prenatal diagnosis of fetal abnormalities and appropriate care. PNDT Act and its
51. Medical Sociology. Implications.
52. Modern Concept of Epidemiology Vishesh adhyayan of - Ashtanghriday sharira - Adhyay -1st - Garbhavkranti
53. Critical evaluation of Janapadodhwamsa. Sushrutasamhita sharira - Adhyay -3rd - Garbhavkranti Charak Samhita sharira -
54. Epidemiology of different Communicable diseases in detail Adhyaya - 8th Jatisutriya
55. General investigations for Communicable diseases Prasav paribhasha, Prasav kaal, Prasava prarambha karana, Prasava kalina garbha
56. Sexually Transmitted Diseases and their control sthiti, Avi, Sutikagara.
57. Ayurvedic view of Samkramaka Rogas. Prasava avastha evum paricharya
58. Investigation of an Epidemic Etiopathogenesis, clinical features, prevention and management of Garbhasanga,
59 Control of Epidemics. vilambita prasav, Mudhagarbha and Apara sanga.
60. Host Defenses. Complications of different stages of labour
61. Ayurvedic methods of Vyadhikshamatva. Obstetric management of high risk Pregnancies- Pre eclamptic toxaemia, Eclampsia,
62. Health advice to travelers. Diabetes, cardiac disease, asthma, Epilepsy, ante partum haemorrhage, preterm pre
63. Hospital, Isolation ward and bio medical waste management mature rupture of membranes, , Preterm, Post term, Multiple pregnancy, IUGR &
64. National Health Programmes. Contribution of Ayurveda in National Health HIV -AIDS
Programmes. Still birth- diagnosis, complications and management.
65. Health administration under Ministry of H &FWD Examination and management of neonate.
66 AYUSH , NRHM, NUHM administration, functions and programmes. Management of birth asphyxia.
67. National and International Health Agencies and their current activities. Detection of congenital malformation in newborn and timely referral for correction.
68. Disaster management Sutika Paribhasha, kala maryada, paricharya, Sutika vyadhi and their chikitsa.
69. Statistics related with Infectious diseases at International, National and State levels Stana sampat, Stanya utpatti, Stanya sampat, Stanya pariksha, Stanya vriddhi, kshaya
70. Vital Statistics and dusti karana, lakshan and its Chikitsa, stana shotha, stana vidhradhi
71. History and evolution of Yoga Suppression of lactation
72. Different Schools of Yoga Normal and abnormal puerperium.
73. Rajayoga -(Ashtanga yoga) philosophy of Patanjali according to Yogasutras. Raktadhana: blood transfusion and replacement of blood constituents.
74 Hathayoga - according to Hathayogapradeepika, GherandaSamhita and Shivsamhita. Management of fluid and electrolyte imbalance in obstetrics.
75. Karmayoga - Philosophy according to Bhagavad Gita Ashtanga Hridaya Sharira Sthana 2nd Adhyaya - Garbha vyapad Sushruta Samhita
76. Mantrayoga, Layayoga, Jnanayoga and Bhaktiyoga. Nidana Sthana 8th Adhyaya - Mudhagarbha nidana Sushruta Samhita Chikitsa Sthana
77. Physiological effect of Yoga on Body and mind - Ancient and modern concepts. 15th Adhyaya - Mudhagarbha Chikitsa.
78 Concept of Sthula, Sukshma and Karana Shariras Disorders of menstruation and Female reproductive system. Congenital malforma
79. Concept of Panchakoshas, Concept of Shad chakras and Kundalini tions of female genital tract , Artav dushti, artava vriddi, artava kshaya, asrigdara,
80 Shad Kriyas and their therapeutic effects. anartava, and kashtartav. Genital infections including sexually transmitted infec
tions. Abnormal vaginal discharges, Arsha, Yonikanda, Gulma, Granthi, Arbuda, Ab-
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normal uterine bleeding, Endometriosis, fibroid uterus, Adenomyosis, Polycystic ova 15. Navajata Shishu Paribhasha, Vargikarana (Important definitions and classification
rian syndrome and neoplasia of female genital organs, Endocrinological disorders related to neonates.)
affecting female reproductive system, Somarog 16. Navajata Shishu Paricharya evam Prana-Pratyagamana (Care of the newborn includ
36. Detailed study of yoni vyapad mentioned by different Acharyas with their commen ing recent methodology for the resuscitation)
taries and all possible correlations with modern gynecological diseases. 17. Samanya Navajata Shishu Paricharya (General Neonatal Care -Labour room on
37. Vandhyatva wards)
38. Stanaroga: Detailed study of Stanashotha, Stanakilaka and stanavidradhi, stana granthi, 18. Samaya purva evam Samaya pashchat Jata Shishu Paricharya (Management of preterm,
stanarbuda. Examination of breast, diagnosis and differential diagnosis of breast lump. post term and IUGR newborn)
39. Measures of contraception: Ayurvedic view of Garbha nirodha and Garbhapatkara 19. Prasava Kalina Abhighataja Vyadhi (Birth injuries): Upashirshaka (Caput ,
yogas, Temporary Contraception, Recent studies in the field of contraception, Na cephalhematoma), Bhagna (Fractures), Mastishkantargata Raktasrava (ICH, IVH,
tional Health programme to improve maternal and Child health, social obstetrics and Subdural hemorrhage)
vital statistics (maternal and perinatal mortality). 20. Navajata Shishu Parikshana (Examination of new born): Ayu Parikshana (including
40. Sthanik chikitsa Lakshanadhyaya) Modern approach of Neonatal Examination including gestational
41. Detailed study of Pichu, Varti, Dhupan, Dhavana, Parisheka, lepa, Kalkadharana, age assessment
Uttarabasti, agnikarma and kshara karma. 21. Kumaragara: Navajata Shishu Kaksha Prabandhana (Nursery management), NICU,
42. Rajo Nirvritti - Climacteric and menopause. Nursery plan, staff pattern, medical records, Visankramnikarana (sterlization), Knowl
43. Geriatric health care edge of equipments used in nursery.
44. Study of modern diagnostic techniques and Investigations. 22. Navajata Shishu Vyadhi (Early neonatal disorders): Hypothermia, Shvasavarodha
45. Important drugs used in Streerog. (Asphyxia Neonatorum/Respiratory distress), Ulvaka (Aspiration pneumonia), Rakta
46. Panchakarma in streerog Vishamayata (Neonatal septicemia), Kamala (Neonatal Jaundice), Akshepaka (Neo
47. Vishesha Adhyayana of - natal convulsion), Pandu (Anemia), Atisara (Diarrhea), Asamyaka Nabhinal kartanjanya
48. Charaka Samhita Chikitsa Sthana - 30th Adhyaya - Yonivyapad Chikitsa Sushruta vyadhi.
Samhita Uttara Tantra - 38th Adhyaya - Yonivyapad Pratishedha Kashyapa Samhita 23. Navjata Kshudra Vikara (Minor neonatal ailments): Chhardi (Vomiting), Vibandha
Kalpa Sthana - Shatapushpa Shatavari, Lashuna kalpa Adhyaya (constipation), Udara shul (Infantile colic), Puya Sphota (Pyoderma), Shishu
49. General principles of Gynecological and Obstetric Surgeries. Analgesia and Anaesthe Netrabhishyanda (Ophthalmia neonatorum).
sia in Obstetrics and Gynaec operative procedures. 24. Sadyojatasya Atyayayika Chikitsa (Management of neonatal emergencies): Shock,
50. Operative Obstetrics Decision making, techniques, diagnosis and management of Fluid and electrolyte imbalance, Convulsion, Hemorrhagic diseases of Newborn etc.
surgical complications. 25. Procedures: Shiro-Pichu, Abhyanga, Parisheka, Pralepa, Garbhodaka Vamana (Stom
51. Dilatation and evacuation, Hysterotomy, Provision of safe abortion services -selec ach wash), Ashchyotana Neonatal resuscitation techniques, Blood sampling, Intrave
tion of cases, technique and management of complications, septic abortion, criminal nous canulation, Umbilical vein catheterization, Bone marrow aspiration, Photo
abortion, MTP Act. Cervical encirclage. Instrumental delivery (Forceps, vacuum therapy, Naso-Gastric tube insertion, Urethral catheterization, Exchange blood trans
extraction), Caesarean Section, Manual removal of Placenta, Caesarean Hysterec fusion. Thoracocentesis, Bone marrow infusion, Lumbar puncture
tomy. 26. Nutrition. A. Navjat Shishu Ahara (Neonatal feeding):- Specific Feeding methodology
52. Operative gynecology - Selection of cases, technique and management of complica as per Ayurveda and recent advances; Day to day fluid, milk, caloric requirement for
tions of minor and major gynecological procedures. Dilatation and Curretage, Cervi the newborn, feeding technique for the preterm baby, Stanyotpatti and Prasruti (Lac
cal cauterization. Polypectomy, Myomectomy, Cystectomy, Oophorectomy. Surgi tation physiology), Stanya Samghatana (Composition of breast milk), Stana Sampat
cal sterilization procedures. Hysterectomy Surgical procedures for genital prolapse (Characteristics of normal breast), Stanya Sampata evam Mahatva (Properties &
Surgical management of benign genital neoplasm. Recent advances in Gynaecology importance of pure milk), Stanya-Piyusha (Colostrum), Stanya-Pana-Vidhi (Method
and obstetrics - Diagnostic and therapeutics Shock and its management, Blood Trans for breast milk feeding), Stanyakshaya / Stanyanasha (Inadequate production and
fusion, Fluid and electrolyte imbalance. Fluid therapy Record keeping, ethical and absence of breast milk), Stanya parikshana (Examination of breast milk), Stanyabhave
legal issues involved in obstetrics and gynaecology Medico-legal aspects - ethics, Pathya Vyavastha (Alternative feeding methods in absence of breast milk), Various
communication and counselling in obstetrics and Gynecology Intensive care in Ob feeding methods, TPN( Total Parenteral Nutrition), Stanyadosha (Vitiation of Breast
stetrics and Gynecology. milk), Stanya Shodhana (Purification of breast milk), Stanya Janana and
Vardhanopakrama (Methods to enhance breast milk formation), Dhatri (Wet nurse):
Lecturer, Kaumarbhritya:- Dhatri Guna and Dosha (Characteristics of Wet nurse), Concept of Breast Milk Bank
ing. Lehana (Elucturies)
I Prakrita Bija-Bijabhaga-Bijabhagavayava evam Tadjanya Vikriti (Genetics and re 27. Bala-Poshana (Child Nutrition): -Daily requirements of nutrients for infant and chil
lated disorders) dren, Common food sources, Satmya and Asatmya Ahara (Compatible and incompat
2. Ayurvedic genetics with modern interpretations: Shukra, Shonita, Shukra Shonita ible diet) Pathya evam Apathya Ahara (Congenial and non-congenial diet)
,Stanyapanayana (Weaning)
Doshas, Bija-Bijabhaga-Bijabhagavayava Vikriti, Matrija and Pitraja Bhavas, Yajjah
Purushiya and Atulyagotriya; Measures for obtaining good progeny. 28. Pranvaha Srotasjanya Vyadhi (Respiratory disorders)- Kasa (Cough), Shvasa (Respi
3. Modern genetics ratory distress Syndrome), Tamaka Shwasa (Childhood Asthma), Bronchiolitis,
4. 4. Basic concepts: Cell, cell division, nucleus, DNA, chromosomes, classification, Shvasanaka Jwara (Pneumonia- bacterial, viral etc) Rajyakshma (tuberculosis), Vaksha-
Puyata (Pyothorax),Vaksha Vata-Purnata (Pneumothorax)
karyotype, molecular and cytogenetics, structure of gene, and molecular Screening,
Human Chromosomes - Structure, number and classification, methods of chromo 29. Annavaha SrotasjanyaVyadhi (Gastrointestinal disorders): Jwar (Fever), Chhardi (Vom
some preparation, banding patterns, Single gene pattern inheritance: Autosomal & iting) Ajirna (Indigestion), Kshiralsaka, Atisara (Diarrhea), Pravahika, Vibandha (Con
Sex chromosomal pattern of inheritance. Intermediate pattern and multiple alleles, stipation, Udarshula (Pain in abdomen), Guda bhramsh (Rectal prolapse)
Mutations, Non Mendelian inheritance, mitochondrial inheritance, Genomic imprinting, 30. Rasa evam Raktavaha Srotasjanya Vyadhi (Hematological and circulatory disorders):
parental disomy. Criteria for multi-factorial inheritance. Pandu (Anemia and its various types like Nutritional,haemolytic etc.) and , Raktapitta
5. Pathogenesis: Pathogenesis of chromosomal aberrations and their effects, recombi (Bleeding disorders), Vishishta Hridrog (Specific cardiac diseases- RHD etc), Hyper
tension, Leukemia.
nant DNA, genetic inheritance, inborn errors of metabolism. Chromosomal abnor
31. Mamsavaha Srotasjanya Vyadhi: Myopathies
malities: Autosomal & Sex chromosomal abnormalities, syndromes, Multifactorial
pattern of inheritance: Teratology, Cancer Genetics - Haematological malignancies, 32. Mutravaha srotasjanya Vyadhi (Urinary System disorders): Vrikkashotha (Glomerulo
Pharmacogenetics, Chromosomal disorders, Chromosomal aberration (Klinefelter, nephritis and nephrotic syndrome), Mutrakriccha (Dysuria), Mutraghata (Anuria),
Turner and Down's syndrome, Genetic Counseling, Ethics and Genetics. 33. Vatavaha Sansthanjanya Vyadhi (Nervous system disorders): Apasmara (Epilepsy),
6. Prakrita Bija-Bijabhaga-Bijabhagavayava evam Tadjanya Vikriti (Genetics and re Mastulunga-Kshaya, Mastishka-Shotha (Encephalitis), Mastishkavrana-Shotha (Men
ingitis),
lated disorders): Garbha (embryo), Garbhawastha (gestation period), sperm, ovum;
spermatogenesis; oogenesis, structure of ovum, Sperm in the male genital tract; 34. Pediatric disabilities and Rehabilitation: Cerebral palsy, Ardita (Facial paralysis),
sperm in the female genital tract, activation and capacitation of sperm, Garbha Pakshavadha (Hemiplegia), Ekangaghata (Monoplegia), AdharangaVayu (diplegia),.
Amavata (Juvenile Rheumatoid arthritis)
Masanumasika Vriddhi evam Vikasa (Ayurvedic and modern concepts of Embryo and
Fetal development). First week of development, Second week of development. Third 35. Manovaha Srotasa Vyadhi: Breath holding spell, Shayya mutra (Bed wetting), Autism,
week of development, Fourth to eighth week of development (Embryonic period), ADHD (Attention Deficit and hyperactive disorders), Learning Disability, Mental
Development from third month till birth (Fetal period) retardation, Temper tantrum, Pica.
7. Formation of Prakriti, their assessment in children viz. Bala, Kumara, Yauvana; 36. Antahsravi evam Chayapachayajanya Rog (Endocrine and Metabolic disorders)
Pathya-Apathya according to Prakruti. 37. Kuposhanjanya Vyadhi (Nutritional disorders): Karshya-Phakka-Balshosha-
8 Apara (Placenta) Apara Nirmana (Formation of placenta), Apara Karya (Functions Parigarbhika (PEM and allied disorders), Vitamin-mineral and trace elements defi
of placenta); Apara Vikara (Placaental abnormalities) ciency disorders, Hypervitaminosis,
9. Nabhinadi (Umbilical Cord) Formation and features of umbilical cord Garbha Poshana 38. Krimi evam Aupsargika Rog (Infestations and Infections):Krimi (Giardiasis and intes
(Nutrition- from conception to birth) Yamala Garbha (twins) Garbha Vriddhikara tinal helminthiasis,Amoebiasis) Common bacterial, viral infections with special ref
Bhavas, Garbhopaghatkara Bhavas Effect of maternal medication, diet and illness erence to vaccine-preventable diseases: Rohini (Diphtheria), Whooping cough,
over fetus. Aptanaka (Tetanus including neonatal tetanus), Romantika (Measles), Karnamula
10. eratology including defects of bija, atma karma, kal, ashaya etc.: causative factors for Shotha (Mumps), Rubella and Masurika (Chickenpox), Antrika Jwar (Typhoid and
teratogenecity, mode of actions of teratogenes, critical periods Paratyphoid), Viral Hepatitis,),; Vishama Jwar (Malaria) and Kala-azar, Dengu fever,
11. Perinatal Care and Perinatal complications HIV (AIDS), Poliomyelitis, Mastishkavaran Shotha (Meningitis), Mastishka Shotha
12. Scientific study of Jataharini specific to children. (Encephalits), Chickengunia
13. Prenatal diagnosis. 39. Tvaka Vikara(Skin disorders): Ahiputana(Napkin Rashes), Shakuni(Impetigo), Sidhma,
14. Samanya Janmajata Vikara (Common congenital anomalies of different systems): Pama, Vicharchika, Charmadal (Infantile atopic dermatitis), Gudakutta.
Sahaja Hridaya Vikara (Congenital Cardiac Disorders) Jalashirshaka (Hydrocephalus), 40. Anya Vyadhyi (Miscellaneous disorders): Jalodar (Ascites),Gandamala, Apachi (Cer
Khandaoushtha (cleft lip), Khanda-Talu (cleft palate), Sanniruddha Guda (Anal stric vical lymphadenitis), Kukunakadi Akshi Rog, Hodgkin & non-Hodgkin Lymphoma,
ture / imperforated anus), Pada-Vikriti (Talipes equanovarus and valgus), Tracheoe Abnormal growth patterns, Short stature , Niruddha prakash (Phimosis), Paridagdha
Chhavi, Utphuilika.
sophageal Fistula (TOF), Spinabifida,Meningocele, Meningomyelocele, Pyloric Steno-
41. Samghata- Bala Pravnta Rog (damstra): Dog bite. Snake bite. Scorpion bite etc
w*m.
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42. Atyayika Balarog Prabandhana (Pediatric emergency management): Shock and Ana- 39. 1. Anushalya Karma - Parasurgical procedures i. Kshara Karma, Kshara Sutra,
phylaxis, Fluid and electrolyte management, Drowning, Foreign body aspiration, Agnikarma and Raktamoskhana.
Status epilepticus, Acute hemorrhage, Acute renal failure, Febrile convulsion. Status 2. Agnikarma - Therapeutic cauterization, Introduction, definition andimportance
asthmaticus. Burn, Acute Poisoning of Agnikarma, Agnikarma - Poorva, Pradhana and Paschat karma, various substances
43. Balagraha: Scientific study of Graha Rogs and Shalakas used for Agnikarma and their indications, contra-indications and com
44 Life Style disorders plication, Diagnosis and management of Oil burn, Dhumopaghata, Ushnavata, Sun
45. Significant contributions of Kashyapa samhita, Arogya raksha Kalpadrum and other burn, Frost bite and Electric burn, Knowledge of modern thermal equipment - Di
texts /treatises of Ayurveda such as Harita Samhitain the field of Kaumarbhritya athermy, Laser therapy, microwave, Ultracission technique, Cryo Technique and its
including relevant parts from Brihatrai uses, Effect of Agnikarma on skin, muscle tissue, nerves, metabolism, blood circula
46. Panchakarma: Principles of Panchakarma [Swedan-Hasta-Pata sweda etc], and their tion and infective lesions.
application in pediatric practice in detail. 3. Raktamokshana - i. Bloodletting Procedures, Introduction and importance of
47. Update knowledge of clinical pediatrics including recent researches in Kaumarbhritya. Raktamokshana.
48. Fundamentals of Hospital management with special emphases on Pediatric Ward. ii. Indication and contraindication of Raktamokshana,Justification of usage of differ
ent types of Raktamokshana in various therapeutic applications, Different types of
(I#) Lecturer, Mia I* a Tantra:- Raktamokshana - Sastrakritha - Siravyadhana, Prachana and Asastrakritha - Shringa,
Jaluka, Alabu and Ghati, Jalauka - Nirukti, Paryaya, Bhedha, Sangrahana,Samrakshana,
1. Sushruta's contributions in surgical concepts and practices. Jalaukavacharana Vidhi - Poorva, Pradhana and Paschat karma, Knowledge of Leeches
- Morphology, Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemical effects of its various constituents
2. Knowledge of Dosha, Dhatu and Mala Vigyan and their importance in surgical dis
eases.
present in its saliva,Rakta- Importance, Formation, Panchabhoutikatva, RaktaSthana,
Guna, Prakurta Karma and Rakta Sara Purashalakshanas. Suddha and Dushta Rakta
3 Significance and importance of Rakta as the Chaturth Dosha.
4. Yantras and Shastras - Surgical Instruments - Ancient and recent advances. Lakshanas. Rakta Pradoshaja Vyadhis.
5. Trividha Karma - Purva, Pradhana and Pashchat Karma and its Importance.
6. Asepsis and Antisepsis, Nirjantukarana - Sterilization - Various methods for surgical
equipments, laparoscopes, linen and Operation theatre Ul> Lecturer, Shaalkya:*
7. Surgical infections - Sepsis, Tetanus and Gas gangrene
8 Care of patients suffering from Hepatitis, HIV-AIDS, STD and other associated infec- 1 Available literature of Netra roga vigyana in Brihattrayi, Laghuttrayi, Yogaratnakar,
tious diseases. Chakradutta, Bhel Samhita, Harita samhita and Kashyap samhita.
9. Ashtavidha Shastra Karma - Critical knowledge and their application in surgical 2 Critical analysis of the available literature of netra roga vigyana in the above given
practice. classics eg Puyalasa and Vatahata Vartma In Sushruta samhita and Vagabhat samhita.
10. Suturing materials, appropriate use of sutures, drains, prosthetic, grafts and surgical 3. Unique/ specific contribution of different classics, Acharyas and commentators in the
implants. development of Netra roga vigyana.
I 1. Concept of Marma and their clinical application,Shock - Its varieties and manage- 4 Analytical determination of subjects related to eye disorders in ancient and modern
ment. literatures.
12. Raktasrava / Haemorrhage - Types, Clinical features and Management,Concept of 5. Update chronological development of Netra roga vigyana right from Vedic period.
Raktastambhana -Haemostasis, Vranasopha - Inflammation and Vidradhi - Abscess 6. Update chronological development of Ophthalmology.
13. Granthi - Cyst and Arbuda- Benign and malignant Neoplasm - Concept of Oncogen- 7. Enumeration and classification of Netra Rogas.
esis and genetics of cancer, Gulma and Udara Roga. 8. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, pmc/omal symptoms, clinical fea
14. Kshudra Roga. tures, complications and prognosis o/pakshma -vartma- sandhx- - shukla- Krishna-
15 Blood Transfusion - Blood groups, compatibility. Indications, Contraindications and dristi & sarvagata rogas along with exogenous eye diseases available in Ayurvedic
complications with management. classics. Medical and surgical Management of the above diseases with special skill
16. Knowledge of antibiotics, analgesics, anti-inflammatory and emergency drugs in sur development in Ashtavidha shastra & Trividha Anushastra chikitsa related to Netra
gical practice. roga.
17. Yogya Vidhi - Practical and Experimental training :- Practice of surgical procedures 9. Netra kriya kalpa procedures like seka, ashchyotana, vidalaka, pindi, tarpan, putapaka
on different models, Training of Laproscopic and Endoscopic procedures. & anjana and their practical application and analysis based on ocular pharmacology.
18 Vrana - Wound management Standard operative procedures for Kriyakalpas including Aushada kalpanas.
19. Mutra Roga - Urological diseases - Anatomical and physiological knowledge of 10. Study of nayanabhighata and, its management and prevention.
kidney, ureter, urinary- bladder, prostate, seminal vesicles, urethra and penis, Investi- 11. Knowledge of preventive and community ophthalmology along with national
gations of Mutravaha Srotas - Urinary tract, Aetiopathogenesis and surgical proce programme for control of blindness and role of Ayurveda.
dures of Ashmari - Urinary stone diseases, Kidney and ureter- Clinical presentation, 12 Ayurvedic Concept of Congenital, developmental and neoplastic diseases of netra.
Investigations and Management of Congenital anomalies, Trauma, Infection, Neo- 13. Knowledge and application of current diagnostic techniques and equipments and thera
plasm. Hydronephrosis, Hydroureter and Haematuna, Urinary bladder - Clinical pre peutics in Ophthalmology.
sentation, Investigations and Management of Congenital anomalies, Trauma, Infec- 14. Detailed study of refractive errors along with defects of accommodation and their
tion, Neoplasm, Diverticulum, Vesico-vaginal fistula, Atony, Schistosomiasis, Uri management.
nary diversions, Retention of urine - Mutraghata and Mutrakruccha, Urethra - Clini- 15. Detailed knowledge of classification, etiology, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms,
cal presentation, Investigations and Management of Congenital anomalies - Hypos differential diagnosis, prognosis and complications of diseases of eye orbit, lacrimal
padias, Epispadias, Posterior urethral valve, Trauma, Infection, and Neoplasm, Pros apparatus, lids, conjunctiva, cornea, sclera, uveal tract, lens, vitreous, retina, optic
tate and seminal vesicles - Benign and malignant enlargement of prostate, Prostati nerve and visual pathway with comprehensive knowledge of their medical and surgical
tis, Prostatic abscess and Calculi. management.
20 Asthi roga and Marma Chikitsa - Orthopaedics 16. Ocular trauma, its emergencies and management.
21. Fundamentals of modern surgery and treatment of surgical disorders including surgical 17. Ocular motility disorders and their medical and surgical management
anatomy, physiology and pathology. 18. Neurological and systemic disorders affecting the eyes and their management.
22. Diagnosis and Surgical treatment of head and spine injury, thoracic trauma and ab- 19. Update advances in the development of Ayurvedic drug formulations, therapeutic
dominal trauma. Blast injuries and Management procedures and treatments of Netra roga.
23. Diagnosis and Surgical management of neck disorders e.g. salivary glands, thyroid, 20. Advanced technologies in the diagnosis of eye diseases, Advanced technologies &
Thyroglossal cyst and Fistula, Branchial cyst and fistula. Cystic hygroma and techniques in the medical & surgical management of Netra roga.
Lympadenopathies. 2 1. Advanced management and technologies in Ophthalmology.
24. Diagnosis and Surgical management of breast diseases, Benign and Malignant breast 22. Detailed study of recent research works on chakshushya dravyas.
tumours. 23. Comparative and critical study of modern advances in surgical techniques over the
25. Diagnosis and Surgical measures of diseases of Gastrointestinal system - surgical methods described in Ayurvedic classics
26. Umbilicus and abdominal wall - Congenital anomalies, Umbilical infections, Sinus, 24. Detailed study of Shalakyatantra from Bruhat trayee, Laghutrayee, Kashyap samhita,
Neoplasm, Abdominal dehiscence. Divarication of recti, Desmoid tumor and Meleney's Yoga ratnakar, Chakradutta, Bhel samhita , Harita samhita and other granthas.
gangrene. 25. Examination of the ear, nose, throat and shira patients.
27. Diagnosis and surgical measuresof diseases of Hepatobiliary system - 26. Karna-Nasa -Kantha -and Shira rogas samkhya samprapti, descriptive knowledge of
28. Diagnosis and surgical measures for disorders of Artery, Vein, Ligaments, Muscles and etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, classification, clinical features, Upasaya-
Tendons. Anupsaya(prognostic measures) sadhyasadhyatwa and, complications of ear disorders
29. Diagnosis and surgical management of Hernias - Inguinal, Femoral, Umbilical, described in the classics of Ayurved. Detail description along with practical orienta
Incisional, Abdominal wall and other hernias. tion of their management.
30. Endoscopic procedures - Oesophagogastroduodenoscopy, Sigmoidoscopy and 27. Nasa rogas samkhya samprapti, descriptive knowledge, etiology, pathogenesis,
Colonoscopy. prodomal symptoms, classification, clinical features, Upasaya-Anupsaya (prognostic
31. Diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopy. measures), sadhyasadhyatwa and complications of nasal diseases described in the
32. Anaesthesia - Definition, Types, Anesthetic agents, Indications, Contraindications, classics of Ayurved. Detail description along with practical orientation of their treat
Procedures, Complications and management. ment.
33. Thorough study of the Sushruta Samhita including other relevant portions of 28. Kantha rogas samkhyasamprapti, descriptive knowledge about etiology, pathogen
Brihattrayee and Laghutrayee. esis, prodromal symptoms, classification, clinical features, Upasaya- Anupsaya (prog
34. Knowledge and importance of Surgical Audit. nostic measures),sadhyasadhyatwa and complications of kantha diseases described in
35. Medico legal issues - Understanding the implications of acts of omission and commis the classics of Ayurved. Detail description along with practical knowledge of treat
sion in practice. Issues regarding Consumer Protection Act, medical profession, na ment.
tional health policy - Implications in a medico-legal case like accidents, assaults etc. 29. Shira and Kapala (cranial vault) disorders samkhya samprapti, descriptive knowledge,
36. Surgical ethics including Informed consent. etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, classification, clinical features, Upasaya-
37 Knowledge of different type of experimental Surgical Model for Research in Surgery. Anupsaya (prognostic measures) and complications of Shira and kapala diseases de
38. Sandhana Karma - Plastic reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Fundamentals of scribed in the classics of Ayurved. Detail description along with practical knowledge
Sandhana Karma of treatment.
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30. Descriptive knowledge of instruments and recent equipments available for diagnosis Adavnced diagnostic technology' in Dentistry and oral pathology, Benign and malig
of ear - nose - throat - head disorders along with their practical application. nant tumors of Oral Cavity, their management and role of Ayurveda in Such condi
31. Descriptive knowledge of etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, differential diag tions.
nosis, classification along with complications of different ear - nose- throat and Useful conducts for treatment of oral and dental diseases with study of related medico
32. head disorders. Detail knowledge of the treatment (including conservative and surgi legal aspects.
cal) of the above mentioned disorders.
33 Imaging in ENT and Head disorders, detailed knowledge of LASERS, radiotherapy, Lecturer, Panchkarma:-
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chemotherapy and other recently advanced treatment modalities like speech therapy,
cochlear implant, rehabilitation of the deaf and mute, etc. related to ear - nose -
1 Panchkarma in Ashtanga Ayurved and Significance of Shodhana
throat - and head disorders.
2 Ama and Shodhana, benefits of Shodhana, Samikshya Bhavas in Shodhana,
34 Management of emergencies in ENT and head disorders.
3. Importance of Pachana prior to Snehana, methods, drugs, duration and dose for
35 Knowledge of agropaaharniya and d trividha karma i.e pre operative, operative and
Pachana, samyak Lakshana of Pachana
post operative measures. Knowledge of eight types of surgical procedures (Astavidha
Etymology and definition of Sneha and Snehana,General considerations about Snehana
Sasthra Karma) and post operative care of the patient with respect to ENT disorders
Classifications of Sneha, Sneha-Yoni, detailed knowledge of four types main Sneha-
(Vranitopasaniya).
Ghrita, Taila, Vasa and Majja with their characteristics, importance and utility, vari
Practical knowledge of updated surgical procedures in ear - like constructive surgery
ous aspects of Uttama Sneha
of external and middle ear,excision of pre auricular sinus, Tympanoplasty, Mastoidec
Properties of Snehana Dravya and their interpretation, Effects of Snehana, Sneha
tomy, Stapedectomy, Endolymphatic sea surgery, Facial nerve decompression sur
Kalpana, various types of Sneha Paka with their utility. Indications and
gery, Cochlear implant, etc with their complications and their management.
contraindications of Snehana
Nose - Septo-rhinoplasty, SMR, Functional Endoscopic sinus surgery,CaIdwell luc
Classification of Snehana. Bahya and Abhyantara Snehana, Bahya Snehana and Bahir-
surgery, Antral puncture,Antral lavage,Turbinectom>\Polypectomy, Various surgical
Panmarjana, utility and importance of Bahya Snehana, Classification of Bahya Snehana
procedures done for malignancy of Nose and paranasal sinuses,Young's surgery,etc
Methods, indications, contraindications, specific utility of the followings Abhyanga,
Throat - Adenoidectomy, Tonsillectomy, Surgical procedures for pharyngeal abscesses,
Mardana, unmardana, Padaghta, Samvahana, Udvartana/Utsadana, Udgharshana,
cauterization of pharyngeal wall granulations, tracheostomy, vocal cord surgery, sur
Avagaha, Pariseka, Lepa, Pralepa, updeha, Gandusha, Kavala, Karana and Nasa Purna,
gery of vocal cord paralysis, management of laryngeal trauma, laryngectomy,etc.
Akshi Tarpana; Murdhni Taila: Shiro-abhyanga, Shirodhara, Siro Pichu and Siro Basti,
General introduction of four treatment procedures like Bheshaj- Kshar - Agni- Shastra
Shiro Lepa (Talapotichil), Talam and Takradhara, etc.
and Raktavsechana with their applied aspects in ear nose throat and shiro disorders .
Knowledge of digestion and metabolism of fat, Karmukata of Abhyantara and Bahya
Chaturvidha upakrama in raktasandhan vidhi related to ear nose throat and head
Snehan
disorders. Haemostatic management in ENT.
Knowledge of different western massage techniques
Removal of foreign bodies in the ear nose throat and shira as per Ayurveda and
Abhyantra Snehana. Brimhnartha, Shamanartha and Shodhanartha, definition, method
modern science.
and utility of Brimhanartha and shamanrtha Snehana; difference between Shamanartha
41 Karna-Sandhan Nasa-Sandhan, fundamental and applied aspects of Ayurveda.
and Shodhanartha Snehana, Methods of Abhyantar Snehana
42 Etymology, definition and importance of the word 'Shalakya', History and develop
Shodhanartha Snehana: Acchapana and Vicharana, Utility and various methods of
ment of the science of oral and dental diseases. Etymology and synonyms of the word
Sadyasnehana, Avapidaka Sneha
'Mukha' and 'Danta'. Ancient and recent knowledge of anatomy of oral cavity and
Matra of Sneha : Hrasiyasi, Hrasva, Madhyama and Uttma Matra with their indica
teeth along with the knowledge of salivary glands.
tions, specific utilty of Ghrita, taila, Vasa and majja; Anupana of Sneha
43 Detailed study of Oral cavity and gustatory physiology.
Need and method of Rukshana before performing Snehana in specific conditions and
44 Oral hygiene, Social aspect of oral hygiene, preventive measures in oral cavity dis
Samyak Rukshana Lakshana
eases, general etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features and
Shodhannga Snehana Vidhi and methods of fixation of dose iet and Pathya during
general management of oral cavity diseases.
Snehana, Observation of sneha Jiryamana, Jirna and Ajirna Lkashana, Samyak, Asnigdha
45 Agropaharaniya, knowledge of purva, pradhan and pashchat karma. Study of Ashta
and Ati Yoga Lakshana of Snehana, Snehs vyapta and their management,Pariharya
Vidha Shastra Karmas in relation to Danta and Mukha Roga
vishaya and Parihara Kala
46. Applied and detailed study of therapeutic measures for oral and dental disorders, like
Etymology and definition of Svedana, General considerations about Svedana
Kavala, Gandusha, Dhumapana, Nasya, Murdhtaila Mukhalepa and Pratisarana and
Properties of Svedan and Svedopaga Dravya, Indications and contraindications of
their definition, types, indications, contraindications, procedure, features of
Svedana
proper,excess, deficient application and their management.
Various Classifications of Sveda and Svedna, Detailed knowledge of four types of
47 Importance of shodhan and shaman treatment in oral and dental diseases and knowl
Sveda of Sushruta with their utility; Utility and method of each of 13 types of Sagni
edge of common recipes useful in oral and dental diseases.
and 10 types of Niragni Sveda, Shodhannga and Samshamaniya Sveda
48 General introduction of four types of treatment (Bheshja, Shastra, Kshara, Agni).
Methods to protect the vital organs (varjya anga) during Svedan Procedure
Detail description of Anushastra karma, their practical knowledge in oral and dental
Detailed Knowledge about Utility of below mentioned Svedan procedures:- Patrapinda
diseases.
Sveda, Shashtika Shalipinda Sveda, Churna Pinda Sveda, Jambira Pinda Sveda, Dhanya
49 Analytical determination of related subjects of danta-mukha disorders available in
Pinda Sveda, Kukkutanda Sveda, Anna lepa, Valuka Sveda, Ishtika Sveda, Nadi Sveda,
ancient and modern commentaries of different Samhita.
Bashpa Sveda, Kshira bashpa Sveda, Avagaha Sveda, Parisheka Sveda, Pizichil,
50. Examination of oral cavity, periodontia and teeth Teeth eruption and its systemic
Dhanyamla Dhara, Kashaya Dhara, Kshira Dhara and Upanaha Sveda.
disturbances in a child, Classification, Number of teeth along with detail knowledge of
Avasthanusari Svedana in various disorders, Samyak, Ayoga and Atiyoga Lakshana,
abnormal tooth eruption. Dental disorders in paediatric age group, their prevention
Sveda Vyapat and their management, Diet and regimens during and after Svedana,
and treatment.
Karmukata of Svedana
Danta gata rogas - Dental diseases detailed in the classics of Ayurved, their etiology,
Current sudation modalities like Sauna bath, Steam Bath, Infrared, etc.
pathogenisis, prodromal symptoms, clinical features, complication and applied ap
Svedana with Kati Basti, Janu Basti and Griva Basti
proach in the treatment of dental diseases.
Study of Snehana and Svedana related portions in classics with commentaries:
Detailed study of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal-symptoms, clinical features, com
Etimology, definition and general considerations of vamana, Properties of Vamaka
plications and prognosis of diseases of the Danta-Mula Gata Roga (gum- periodontia)
and Vamanopaga drugs. Knowledge and utility of important Vamaka drugs and their
as detailed in the classics of Ayurved. Practical approach/orientation in Treatment of
preparations (Vamana Yoga), Avasthanusara Vamana and its utility, Indications of
the periodontal diseases.
Vamana, Contraindications of Vamana with reasons, Pachana prior to Snehana,
Oshtha (lip), Jihva (tongue) and Talu (palate) Rogas, detailed study of etiology,
Detailed knowledge and method of preparation of patient with Snehana, Abhyanga
pathogenesis, prodromal - symptoms, clinical features, complications and, prognosis.
and Svedana as Purvakarma of Vamana
Detailed description of their treatment along with practical orientation.
Diet and management of gap day Need of increasing of Kapha for proper Vamana,
Sarvasara Mukharogas (Generalized oral diseases) available in ayurvedic classics. De
Kapha increasing diet
tailed study of etiology, pathogenesis, prodromal-symptoms, clinical features, com
Management of Patients on the morning of Vamana
plications, prognosis and management of mukha rogas along with practical orienta
Administration of food articles prior to Vamana
tion.
Drug, time, Anupana, Sahapana, dose and method of administration of Vamana and
55 Knowledge of Dantabhighata (dental trauma) and Mukhabhighata (oral injury) along
Vamanopaga preparations
with diagnostic and referral skills.
Method of Vamana Karma, waiting period for automatic Vamana Vega and manipula
56 Detail study of etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, classification and complica
tion in its absence
tion of various oral and dental diseases available in literature of Modern sciences.
Observations prior to beginning of Vamana such as sweat on forehead, horripilation,
Detail study of their recent available medical therapeutics.
fullness of stomach and nausea
57. Detail description of diagnostic technology in the diagnosis of oral and dental disease
Observation and assistance of the patient during Vamana
58 Study of essential modern drugs, anaesthetic agents of diagnostic and surgical impor
Vega and Upavega of Vamaana and its counting, observations and preservation of
tance.
vomitus matter and its weighing
Descriptive Knowledge of up-to-date available modern instruments and their applica
Samyak, Ayoga and Atiyoga of Vamana
tion for examination, diagnosis and management of oral, periodontal and dental
Laingiki, Vaigiki, Manaki and Antiki Shuddhi,
diseases.
Hina, Madhya and Pravara Shddhi and Samsajana Krama accordingly
Up-to-date knowledge of applied and available surgical procedures indicated in various
Detail knowledge of methods of Samsarjana Krama and its importance
dental diseases like tooth extraction, RCT, Dental filling, filling materials, tooth
Kavala and Dhumapana after vamana
fixation and tooth implants etc, Systemic Effects of oral, periodontal and dental
Management of Ayoga, Atiyog and Vyapat of Vamana with Ayurveda and modern
diseases.
drugs
61 Jaalandhara Bandha, its importance and application in Tooth extraction
Parihara Vishaya and Kala for Vamana
62. without anaesthesia, Vishishta Upadanta parikalpana (Dental Material and Prosthe
Vamana Karmukata with Pharmacodynamics of Vamana
sis)
Internal Snehana for Virechana with diet
Recent Research studies and advanced clinical applications of Kriya Kalpas in Danta
Management of 3 gap day with diet and importance of low Kapha for proper Virechana
and Mukha Rogas, Detailed study of recent available medical therapeutics and Re
Abhyanga and Svednana as Purvakarma of Virechana
search studies in Dental and oral cavity disorders.
Management of Patients on the morning of Virechana
HI
Virechana should be performed in empty stomach Uttara basti :- Definition and Classification of Uttara Basti, its Netra and Putaka.
Drug, dose, time, Anupana, sahapana and method of administration of Virechana and Dose of Uttara Basti Sneha and Kashaya Basti. Different Uttara Basti Kalpanas in
Virechanopaga preparations various diseases.
47 Method of performing of Virechana Karma Nasya Karma :- Etymology, synonyms, importance and definition of Nasya, Nasya
48 Observations during Virechana, Vega and Upavega of Virechana and its counting, drugs according to various Samhita, Classifications and sub-classifications of Nasya
observations and preservation of fecess and its weighing with detailed knowledge of each type, Indications and contraindications of each type
49 Samyak, Ayoga and Atiyoga of Virechana of Nasya with reasons, Drugs useful for Nasya with Dose and methods of preparations
50 Laingiki, Vaigiki, Manaki and Antiki Shuddhi of Virechana and their doses, Nasya Kala and Pathya before, during and after Nasya; Duration of
51 Hina, Madhya and Pravara Shddhi and Samsajana Krama accordingly different Nasyas, Purvakarma of each types of Nasya, Detailed knowledge of admin
52 Detail knowledge of methods of Samsarjana Krama and its importance, and Tarpana istration of each type of Nasya with management during and after Nasya, Detailed
krama and its importance knowledge of common Nasya formulations such as Shadabindu Taila, Anu taila,
Management of Ayoga, Atiyog and Vyapat of Virechana with Ayurveda and modern Kshirabala Taila, Karpasastyadi Taila, Bramhi Girita, Samyak yoga, Ayoga and Atiyoga
drugs of each types of Nasya, its Vyapat and their management, Pashchata Karma; Role of
54 Parihara Vishaya and Kala for Virechana Dhumapana, Kavala after Nasya, Diet and Pathya before, during and after Nasya
55. Virechana a Karmukata with Pharmacodynamics of Virechana Karma, Pariharya vishaya, Parihara Kala,
56. Applied anatomy and physiology of Gastrointestinal system related with Vamana and Raktamokshana- Definition, importance, classifications and detailed knowledge of
Virechana each type of Raktamokshana with their methods of performance, General principles,
57 Study of Vamana and Virechana related portions in classics with commentaries indications, contraindications of Raktamokshana, Detailed knowledge of
58. Recent advances of researches on the effect of Vamana and Virechana Jalaukavacharana: Indications and contraindications of Jalaukavacharana, various
Scope of research for Vamana and Virechana. tyoes of Jalauka with their beneficial and harmful effects.
Role of Vamana and virechana in promotion of health prevention and treatment of Disease-wise Panchakarma- Role of Panchakarma in Different Stages of the follow
diseases ing Diseases: Jvara, Raktapitta, Madhumeha, Kushtha, Shvitra, Unmada, Apasmara,
Niruha basti Etymology, synonyms, definition and classifications and subclassifica- Shotha, Plihodara, Yakridaluodara, jalodara,, Arsha, Grahani, Kasa,Tamaka Shwasa,
tions of Niruha Basti and detailed knowledge of each type of Niruha Basti along with Vatarakta, Vatavyadhi, Amlapitta, Parinama Shula, Ardhavabhedaka, Ananta Vata,,
indications and contraindications and benefits Contents of various types of Niruha Amavata, Sheetapitta, Shleepada, Mutrakruchchra, Mutrashmari, Mutraghata,
Basti, their peoportions, methods of mixing basti Dravya, Relation of Virechana, Hrudroga, Pinasa, Drushtimandya, Pandu, Kamala, Sthaulya, Krimi, Madatyaya,
Shodhana, Anuvasana Basti with Niruha Basti Purvakarma for Niruha Basti; Pathya Moorchcha, Padadari, Mukhadushika, Khalitya, Palitya, Use of Various panchakarma
before, during and after Niruha Basti; all the aspects of administration of various Procedures in the following disorders - Migraine, Parkinson's Diseasse, trigeminal
Niruha Basti Observations during and after Niruha Basti Basti Pratyagamana, neuralgia, Bell's palsy, cerebral palsy, Muscular dystrophy, hemiplegia, paraplegia,
Samyakyoga, Ayoga and Atiyoga Lakshana and Various Vyapat of Niruha Basti and Lumbar Disc disorders, Spondylolisthesis, Ankylosing spondylosis, Carpel Tunnel
their management according to Ayurved and Modern Systems of Medicines Manage Syndrome, Calcaneal Spur, Plantar fascitis, GB syndrome, Alzhiemer's disease, Irri
ment during and after Niruha Basti Pariharya vishaya and pariharakala, table Bowel Syndrome, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroid
Anuvasana basti Etymology, synonyms, definition and classifications of Anuvasana ism, hypertension, allergic rhinitis, , Eczema, diabetes mellitus, Chronic obstructive
Basti and detailed knowledge of each type of Anuvasana Basti along with indications pulmonary Disease, Insomnia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Osteoarthritis,multiple
and contraindications and benefits Various types of Ghrita and Taila useful in Anuvasana sclerosis, SLE, male & female infertility, cirrhosis of liver, Jaundice, General Anxiety
Basti, Anuvasana Basti with Vasa and Majja along with their merits and demerits Disorders,
Relation of Virechana, Shodhana, Niruha Basti, Snehana with Anuvasana Basti
Purvakarma for Anuvasana Basti; Pathya before, during and after Anuvasana Bastuall
the aspects of administration of Anuvasana Basti including Kala Observations during
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and after Anuvasana Basti Anuvasana Basti Pratyagamana, Samyakyoga, Ayoga and
Atiyoga Lakshana and Various Vyapat of Anuvasana Basti and their management.
Management during and after Anuvasana Basti Pariharya vishaya, Pathya and
pariharakala for Anuvasana Various combined basti schedules such as Karma, Kala,
yoga Basti etc. Detailed knowledge of Matra Basti Detailed Knowledge of different
basti formulations like Piccha Basti, Kshira Basti, Yapana Bastis, Madhutailika Basti,
Erandamuladi Niruha Basti, Panchaprasrutika Basti, Kshara Basti, Vaitarana Basti,
Krimighna Basti, Lekhana Basti,Vrishya Bsti,Manjishtadi Niruha Basti,Dashamula
Basti, Ardhamatrika Basti,Sarva roghara Niruha Basti,Brimhana Basti, Vataghna Basti,
Pittaghna Basti and Kaphaghna Basti etc, and their practical utility.
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