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Hari Krishna Shriwas*, L. C. Harzpal and Rupendra Chandrakar


Karma is described among Karnas i.e. responsible to attain Dhatusamya. Ayurveda is a science which is related to health as well as disease perspective. So the description of Karma in Ayurveda is necessary to achieve the dual goals. In Darshana the sequence of shat Padarthas is Dravya, Guna, Karma, Samanya, Vishesha, and Samvaya while in Ayurveda the sequence is Samanya, Vishesha, Guna, Dravya, karma and Samvaya. The cause of this difference is that, in Darshana all knowable things are considered as Padartha, so they start it from Dravya because it is Sattavana Padartha (having existence) while rest are reside in the Dravya. The aim of Ayurveda is to maintain health and cure the disease. Because disease is caused either due to Vriddhi (increase) or Kshaya (decrease). Samanya & Vishesha are two main entities which are responsible for Vriddhi and Kshaya i.e. nourishing & depleting therapy. So due to the therapeutic importance, Samanya and Vishesha are placed first in the sequence of Karnas. Karma can be defined that all the process which are done with an outcome (conclusion), are come under Karma.

Keywords: Darshana, Samanya, Karana Dravya, Dhatusamya.

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