A review study on Jaal and it’s Modern Correlation
B. Chavan P.1*, B. Sharma G.2
1* Pooja B. Chavan, Post Graduate Scholar, Department of Rachna Sharir, Government Ayurveda College, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.
2 Gopal B. Sharma, Professor & HOD, Department of Rachna Sharir, Government Ayurveda College, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.
The Rachana Sharir is branch of Ayurveda in which human anatomy is explained according to Ayurved Samhita. The knowledge of human anatomy is very much important for treatment of disease and other surgical procedures. Paribhasha Sharir is concept of Ayurveda in which different anatomical structure are explained in Ayurvedic term. It’s one of the important contributions of Ayurveda in the medical field. It needs to be correlated with modern anatomy which further can be used in surgery purpose and also help in acupuncture or acupressure therapy. It will be the sort of proof that the structure present in modern anatomy were far ago explained in Ayurvedic Samhita. In Paribhasha Sharir a structure called Jaal or plexus is explained which means a binding structure which hold Maans (muscular plexus), Sira (vascular plexus), Snayu (ligamentum plexus) and Asthi (bony plexus) in one place and forming the network or Jaal like structure, there are 4 structure present in bilateral Miniband Sandhi i.e., wrist and Gulfa Sandhi i.e., ankle joint. In each joint there is involvement of four anatomical structure namely Maans, Sira, Snayu, Asthi. It can be correlated with human anatomical structure namely network of muscle tendons, palmer or planter arches, retinaculum, juncture of carpel and tarsal bones respectively.
Keywords: Jaal, Rachana Sharir, Paribhasha Sharir, Maans, Sira, Snayu, Asthi, Manibandh Sandhi, Gulfa Sandhi, plexus
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, Post Graduate Scholar, Department of Rachna Sharir, Government Ayurveda College, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.|
|Pooja B. Chavan, Gopal B. Sharma, A review study on Jaal and it’s Modern Correlation. J Ayu Int Med Sci. 2023;8(7):42-47.