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Tarun*, Subhash Upadhyay, Jannu Manohar and Sakshi


Since the world has progressed in every field of medical science. The field of anatomy also is not untouched by this progress. Still the basic principles, established by Ayurvedic Scholars in the field of Rachana Sharir stand true in the light of modern science also. Foundation of Ayurveda Science is based on the ancient values which are fundamental sciences of the ancient Indian literature. Ayurveda scholars have enumerated a number of factors, which together form the physiological and anatomical constituents of an individual. The combination of these factors and the position of doshas in Shukra (sperm) and Artava (ovum) at the time of conception determines the constitution of a person. Ayurvedic concepts supplies strong foundation to make an understanding of human constitution. There are the various factors responsible together which have an effect on constitutional, temperamental, psychological and spiritual make up of each individual. Shad garbhkarabhavas (factors) i.e. Matrija, pitrija, Atmaja, Sattvaja, Satmyaja and Rasaja have the influence on the constitution of the body. In this research paper how these Shad garbhakarabhavas (procreative factors) plays an important role during the formation development of the foetus is described. The present Literary / conceptual study, thus, focus mainly on interpreting these observations on the basis of modern scientific knowledge. The consortium of all these six procreative factors is necessary for healthy offspring.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Shukra, Artava, Shad Garbhkarabhavas, Matrija, Pitrija, Atmaja, Sattvaja, Satmyaja, Rasaja.

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