Basic principles of Ayurveda based on Ayurveda Saukhyam of Todarananda by Bhagwan Dash

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SeriesT Đod Đara nda-A yurveda Saukhyam Series -- No.2
ContributionsKashyap, Lalitesh.
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Athavale. Table of Contents:AcknowledgementsPreface1. Ayurveda2. Man and Universe3. Philosophy and Goals of Ayurveda4. Medical Education and Ideal Physician5. Origin of Various Constituents and Quality of Body and Mind 6. Psychological Constitution7. The Five Basic Elements - Panchamahabhutas8.

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