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Abstract

PHYSIO-ANATOMICAL EXPLORATION OF ANNAVAHA SROTAS W. S. R. TO MOOLASTHANA

Dr. Kunj Biharee Saini and Dr. Vikrant Thakur

ABSTRACT

Srotas means channels or pores, are present throughout the body. Srotas are structural and functional unit of the body through which Material, flow from one part to other. Each Srotas is attached to a specific anatomical structure called Moola. Srotomoola is the most vital part of the Srotas just like the root of the tree. The normal functioning of the particular group of channels depends upon its Moolasthana. In classics neither the detail description about Srotomoola is available nor the reason mentioned for considering particular organs as the Srotomoola. For determination of Moolasthana of Srotas some points should be considered as Utpatti Sthana, Sangrha Sthana, Vahana Sthana, Naidanic Drishtikon, Chikitsatmak Drishtikon. The Srotas or channels which carry „Anna ‟are called Annavaha Srotas. It‟s Moola Sthana are Amashaya, Vamparshva and Annavahi dhamnis. Considering the point of determination of Annavaha Srotasmoola Amashaya can be considered as Moolasthan with Sangraha Sthana (storage point of view), Annavahi Dhamani as Moolasthan as Vahana Sthana (conduction point of view) and Vama Parshwa as a Moolasthana as Chikitsamak Dristikon (clinical stand points).

Keywords: Amashaya, Annavahi Dhamni, Annavaha Srotas, Moolasthana, Srotas, Vamparshva.


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