2020, Vol. 5 Issue 1, Part A
A review on diagnosis of Manoroga in Ayur-Jyothishya
Author(s): Soumya Saraswathi M, Kumara Subrahmanya and Subrahmanya Padyana
The development of Science greatly depends upon the analysis to reveal the mysteries of nature and to confirm the previous innovations. Both Ayurveda and Jyouthisha Shastra are closely inter-related in their principles and explanation. Theory of Punarjanma and role of Karma are the two concepts of both Ayurveda and Jyouthisha Shastra. One has to face the consequences of the Karma done in the previous life which may be in the form of miseries or disease. The Ayurveda and Jyoutisha Shastra provide better understanding regarding the diagnosis and treatment of the diseases.
Jyouthisha Shastra reveals the result of our poorva karma, expressed probably in terms of planetary influences. Position of Navagraha namely Ravi, Chandra, Kuja, Budha, Guru, Shukra and shani along with Rahu, Ketu and Mandi in the horoscope is predetermined based on previous Karma. It is very easy to understand the concept of disease which is caused by the unwholesome food and activity related to the physical phenomena but in regard to Karma theory the effect of action cannot be physically analyzed. To understand the disease caused by the purvajanmakruta Karma one has to observe the planetary positions in the Horoscope. Manoroga is one such disease where external factors like Karma, Shaapa etc are the causative factors. To adopt proper Daivavaypashraya along with Yukti Vyapashraya Chikitsa, the horoscope of the patient is to be analyzed. Present study throws a light on application of horoscope study in diagnosing Manoroga.
How to cite this article:
Soumya Saraswathi M, Kumara Subrahmanya, Subrahmanya Padyana. A review on diagnosis of Manoroga in Ayur-Jyothishya. Int J Jyotish Res 2020;5(1):01-04.