Rachana Sharir Paper-II is mainly the modern Anatomy. It includes questions related to the Anatomical features of the body. Total marks is of 80(Theory) and Practical is of 20 marks. Total time is of 3hrs.
PAPER-1 FULL MARKS-80 SECTION-I Q1.Write in detail on- (2×8=16) a)Mrita Sharir Samsodhan evam Shaarira Gyan Prayojana? b) Masanumasika Garbhavriddhikarma as per Sushruta? Q2. Write Short Notes on- (4×4=16) a) Garbha Sambhav Samagri b) Role of Panchamahabhuta in fetal development. c) Types of Asthi and their examples. d) Characters of Suddha Artava. Q3. Write in very … Continue reading BAMS FIRST YEAR QUESTION PAPER OF RACHANA SHARIR
Introduction :- Before constructing a house for selves or transforming them into homes , we all should remember that we are all blessed with a beautiful home of our own immediately when the destiny plans that we are going to descend as tenants into the creation. That home is called Physical home’. The human … Continue reading Kostha & Kosthanga
The term marma is etymologically derived from Sanskrit root word “mri(ek)” which represents the sense of vital part of the body According to Dalhana:- “मारयन्तीति मर्माणि” Injuries to “marma” are likely to result fatal. According to Vriddha Vagabhata(astanga sangraha):- “अपि च मरणकारित्वान्मर्म” Which leads to or causes death. The commentetor Arundatta recognizes the marma as … Continue reading Marma
The study of measurement of body or body parts is called Pramana Sharir. Pramana or Body measurement are measured in 3 ways :- Anjali Pramana (For volume) Anguli Pramana (For length) Sankhya Sharir (For number) Anjali Pramana Other Names :- Kudava, Ardhasarva When two palms of hand are joined together, a cup like pit is … Continue reading Anjali Pramana
ORIGIN:- The term peshi is originated from sanskrit root word- “ Pish mansavyave” Definition:- “मांसवयवसंघात : परस्पंर विभकत: पेशीत्युच्यते” (सु.शा. - 5/38) Mansa in general term described under sapta dhatu in compact form but when this differetiates get seperated from each other is called as peshi (Dalhan) Importance:- “सिरा स्नायु अस्थि प संधयर्वाणिच शरीरिणां। … Continue reading PESHI SHARIR