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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3232-3235


A Review Study of Padartha Chandrika Commetary on Ashtanga Hridayam W.S.R. to Sutra Sthana

Dr Deepak Sharma, Baghel A. S., Hitesh A Vyas, Dr Jyoti Yadav.

Abstract
The ancient literature of Ayurveda is the form of brihattrayi (3 major treatise of Ayurveda),Lagutrayi(3 Minor teatise of Ayurveda) and their Commentaries. As the time Passed, Various commentators tried to explain the orignolconcepts.While doing this they added the relevant matter which was prevalent in that era. Commentaries are always helpful for better understanding of the complex concepts described in ancient texts. PadarthaChandrika Commentary is written on Ashtanga Hridyam and the author of this Commentary is Chandranandana.In this article we approaches sutra sthana with verses and Paribhashikashabda.

Key words: AshtangaHridyam, PadarthaChandrika, Chandranandana



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