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Contributions of Jainism to Ayurveda

Rekha Navinchandra Jain

Contributions of Jainism to Ayurveda

by Rekha Navinchandra Jain

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Published by Chakor Publication in Pune .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jainism -- Doctrines.,
  • Medicine, Ayurvedic.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rekha Navinchandra Jain.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1356 .J345 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination119 p. :
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL641385M
    LC Control Number96906474

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Jain, Rekha Navinchandra. Contributions of Jainism to Ayurveda. Pune: Chakor Publication, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rekha Navinchandra Jain. Contribution of Jainism to Indian Culture.

It is evident that Jainism is an ancient religion of India and that right from hoary antiquity to the present day it has continued to flourish, along with other religions, in different parts of India. Jainas, the followers of Jainism, are, therefore, found all over India from ancient times. Book Description.

America now is home to approximately five million Hindus and Jains. Their contribution to the economic and intellectual growth of the country is Contributions of Jainism to Ayurveda book. Dharma in America aims to explore the role of Hindu and Jain Americans in diverse fields such as: education and civic engagements; medicine and healthcare; music.

These beings enter our food and drinks, and thereby enter our digestive systems. The physicians and Ayurvedic literature also supported Jain’s viewpoint on day dining.

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The three canonical texts of classical Ayurveda, Carakasamhita, Susruthasamhita and Ashtangahrdayam, reveal such a multi-cultural origin.

In this cultural milieu in the Indo-Gangetic and lower Himalayan regions, tribal and wandering healers, learned physicians, ascetic and yogic traditions such as Buddhism and Jainism, and philosophical schools such as Samkhya, Visheshika and Nyaya all contributed to the emergence of a formal scientific culture of healing that became Ayurveda.

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