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Departments



Department of Samhita Siddhant & Sanskrit


Our Aim

To provide the knowledge of Ayurveda classical texts and its fundamental principles along with its practical application to the students of Ayurveda .

S.No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

Joining Date

Teachers Code

Contact No.

Experience

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1

Dr. Lalchand Harjpal

M.D. (Ayu.)

Professor

16.01.2015

AYUSS0034

9425215315

25 Year's

2

Dr. Bishnu Priya Mishra

M.D. (Ayu.)

Reader

27.09.2014

AYUSS0755

9039201546

16 Year's

3

Dr. Akhilesh Sukla

M.D. (Ayu.)

Ph.D.

Lecturer

23.02.2016

AYUSS0781

7025867672

1.3 Year's

4

Dr. Nidhi Markam

M.D. (Ayu.)

Lecturer

19.05.2016

8349374469

8 Month

5

Shri Rajni Kant Sharma

M.A. (Sanskrit)

Lecturer

27/12/2016

9685865386

 


Utility

The Samhita and Siddhanta department is the most important department in Ayurveda education as it prepare the foundation for Ayureda studies and gives the real sense of it. Without proper basis it is impossible to understand the higher principles of Ayurveda and utilise it in clinical practice.


Facility


1. Department Library with more than 150 books.

2. Computer and printer




ACHIEVEMENTS:


Prof. L.C. Harjpal, invited to deliver the speech in the CME of Samhita and Siddhnata held in Govt. Ayurveda College Raipur, from 19th to 24th September 2016


Dr. Akhilesh Shukla, invited to participate in the UG syllabus revision workshop by CCIm,help in Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, during 3rd to 5th June 2016. CCIM, Ref. no. 28-14/2016 UG Syllabus dated 25/05/16




ACHIEVEMENTS:

Significance of Natural Sleep and effect of Sleep Deprivation on Health: A review, Int. J. Res. Ayurveda Pharm. 7 (Suppl 3), Jul-Aug 2016, p. 41-46


A Case Report on Retinitis Pigmentosa and its Ayurvedic Management, Ayurveda Journal of Health, published from Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Vol. XiV, issue 3, Summer 2016, p 28-32


Concept of Vegadharana in view of prevalence of diseases in females, Global J Res. Med. Plants & Indigen. Med. ,Volume 5, Issue 4 , April 2016. p 121–128


Basics of Manuscriptology, UJAHM 2016, 04 (01): Page 26-30

An ayurvedic outlook to Mukha Lepa (face pack) for Beauty Care, Global J Res. Med. Plants & Indigen. Med., Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2016, p 194–202


An Ayurvedic Approach to Alzheimer`S Disease, UJAHM 2016, 04 (01), p 9-12

“Jalapana Vidhi- Method of Drinking Water in Ayurveda”, Ayurveda Journal of Health published from Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Vol. XIII, Issue 4, Fall- 2015, p. 16-22,


“Dress and Clothing-An Ayurvedic perspective” Journal of AYUSH: Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, p 42-47


“Spirituality, Religiosity, and Health: a Comparison of Physicians’Attitudes in Brazil, India, and Indonesia” International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, May 2015


“Ayurvedic Tambula Sevana- A Healthy Traditional Practice”, International Journal of Herbal Medicine, 2015, 3(1), p 40-44

“Religious/Spiritual Characteristics of Indian and Indonesian Physicians and Their Acceptance of Spirituality in Health care: A Cross-Cultural Comparison”, Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 54, April 2015, Issue 2, p 649-663,


“Significance of Adharaniya Vega (Non-Suppressible Natural Urges) for Health”, Ayurveda Journal of Health published from Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Vol. XIII, Issue 2, Spring 2015, p 30-39


“Indian Health Care Professionals’ Attitude Towards Spiritual Healing and Its Role in Alleviating Stigma of Psychiatric Services”, Journal of Religion & Health, Vol.52-4, Jan-2014


“Relevance of Sleep for Healthy Living: An Ayurvedic Perspective” Ayurveda Journal of Health published from Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Vol. XII, Issue 3, Summer 2014, p 27-34


“Importance of wearing foot wear for healthy living- An Ayurvedic perspective” Journal of Biological and Scientific Opinion 2 (6), Nov-Dec 2014, p 363-365


“Perspectives of Indian Traditional and Allopathic Professionals on Religion/Spirituality and its Role in Medicine: Basis for Developing an Integrative Medicine Program” Journal of Religion & Health, Vol.52-2, April-2013




About Us


To serve as Leader of classical and traditional gems of Ayurveda. To provide disciplined quality and maintain standards of Ayurveda Education and Health care services. To develop excellent Ayurveda physicians for health improvement. To promote and propagate the knowledge of Ayurveda among the society. To create competent human resources for teaching and research in Ayurveda.To serve as Leader of classical and traditional gems of Ayurveda. To provide disciplined quality and maintain standards of Ayurveda Education and Health care services. To develop excellent Ayurveda physicians for health improvement. To promote and propagate the knowledge of Ayurveda among the society. To create competent human resources for teaching and research in Ayurveda.

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