A conceptual study of Yukti as Pramana or Guna and its utility in Ayurveda: A Review
Chavda K.1*, P. Jyani H.2, Kumari A.3
1* Komalben Chavda, Post Graduate Scholar, Department of Kriya Sharira, MMM Gov. Ayurveda College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
2 Hardik P. Jyani, Assistant Professor, RNVV, Netra Chikitsa Trust Ayurveda College, Amreli, Gujarat, India.
3 Anita Kumari, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Churu, Rajasthan, India.
Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medical system is considered as world's ancient medical system. It is holistic approach to health which is designed to help people live a longer, healthy and well-balanced life. The principles of Ayurveda are important for both the healthy and diseased conditions. Only Pariksha is able to give accessibility to this information. Charaka has therefore given the examination the greatest possible significance and it suggests that it be performed. Being a branch of medicine, Ayurveda focuses a higher value on the examination or Pariksha. Yukti has been included in the four-part investigation into Sat and Asat (manifested and unmanifested things) by Acharya Charaka, which is a unique contribution of Charaka. Yukti can be defined as both a Pariksha as well as Guna in Ayurveda.
Keywords: Pariksha, Yukti, Guna, Pramana
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|Komalben Chavda, Hardik P. Jyani, Anita Kumari, A conceptual study of Yukti as Pramana or Guna and its utility in Ayurveda: A Review. J Ayu Int Med Sci. 2023;8(7):54-58.