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Rohit Rawat*, Dr. R. K. Gautam, Pankaj Bajwal, Ameeta Titoria and Manish Bartwal


Srotas are important in Ayurveda. Triguna, Tanmatra, Tridosh, Saptadhatu, Oja, Agni, Ama, and Srotas are the foundations of Ayurveda's holistic biology. Srotas are countless body structures that are classified into two types: Bahirmukhi and Antarmukhi Srotas. Srotas is the only metabolic transition pathway that transports Dhatu. They are hollow, tubular, and porous in nature, transporting all of the Dhatus' essential nutritional elements. Individuals attain good health status according to Ayurveda when Dosha, Dhatu, and Mala are in equilibrium, and Srotas are still in their natural state. Different Acharyas have different numbers of Srotas. The Srotas have a Mulasthan, or root, of their own. Chakrapani mentioned Moolasthana of Srotas as Prabhavasthana means the anatomical seat of respective Srotas, Moola of Srotas is anatomical base of the respective Srotas, the main seat of pathology of that channel (Srotas) or the principal seat of manifestation of disease. The Srotas play an important role in physiology and the pathogenesis of disease because in normalcy stage, they regulate the physiology of the body and maintain the anatomical structures of Dhatus. Aetiological factors may affect Srotas, resulting in pathological manifestations. If the Srotas get affected by any cause, diseases can develop. There is no disease without Srotodusti (histopathology); any disease is the product of Dhtuvaamya, and Dhtuvaamya requires Srotodui (histopathology). There is no disease without Srotodui (histopathology); any disease is the product of Dhātuvaīśamya and Dhātuvaīśamyagy requires Srotodui (histopathology). After comparing the views of both Acharayas it was found that Charaka has narrated the concept from physiological point of view whereas Sushruta has given more emphasis on the anatomical aspect of Srotomula.

Keywords: Srotas, Dosha, Dhatu, srotodushti, Dosha, Dhatu, Dushya, Agni.

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