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The object of this book is to explain the significance of Dravyaguna in our curriculum. Dravyaguna has been introduced into many colleges as the subject Dravyaguna. At the same time the method of teaching Dravyaguna has not been fixed.

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The students of Dravyaguna must be well grounded in the subject. They must be well conversant with the comprehensive ayurvedic literature and critically aware of the modern medicine. To this end this book is designed.

The book, therefore, will throw light on the basic principles of Dravyaguna and the drug quality, raw material of drugs, medicines, dosage, precautions, clinical applications, pharmacological actions of drugs, pharmaceutics and daily routines in Ayurveda. It will be interesting for students and persons involved in allied work in the subject, and the general reader.

The portion of Ayurveda is meant to fascinate the students and other readers. There has been a need for a comprehensive understanding of Dravyaguna. The leading Ayurvedic body, The Government of India, has published two authoritative text books on the subject. Dr. S. K. Dhyani has published several elaborate treatise on the subject. But the problem is that the students are not aware of these books. This makes it necessary for this book to be published.

The book is a sequel to other books by the author on the subject. The first book was published in 1976 and is referred to as Dravyaguna Mangala Varshya. The second book was published in 1983 and is referred to as Dravyaguna Vigyan or the science of Dravyaguna.

The mind is said to be everything that exists. In Ayurveda, the mind is regarded as an organ. The mind is nourished by the food which it eats and it is influenced by the surroundings. It receives all forms of stimulation and information through the five sheaths and it functions under the control of the five vital elements. A wandering and restless mind is said to be the root cause of all diseases. If the mind is busy with worldly affairs, then it is said to be drawn towards diseases like greed, anger, anxiety, pride, lust, malice, fear, etc. The mind is the source of action and it is a material entity. If it is pure then it is not ill. However, if the mind is purer it can control negative emotions as in the case of a child who plays with other children in a gathering and displays some expression of joy. Ayurveda calls this mind as the Jivatma. It has subtle, painful and tangible properties (Dosha) like phlegm, bile, smog, etc and its objects are sickness and disease. The other type of mind is subtle, immaterial and associated with the Atma or pure consciousness. It has real or substantial objects like love, knowledge, etc. As it is an immaterial entity, it is also called subtle. Ayurveda believes that the subtle mind is the real cause and it is the mind which decides which action the individual performs. It is thought to be free from action and action is thought to be the product of mind. It may be inferred from this that mind is the first cause of all actions.


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