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Page creatorAniket (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation14:50, 9 May 2019
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Dosha
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The word ‘Dosha’ literally means impurities or morbidities. In Ayurveda, dosha are the governing principles of physiology and psychology. They are the primary and essential constitutional factors of the human organism. They maintain the integrity of the human body.
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  • dosha
  • ayurveda
  • charak samhita
  • sushruta samhita
  • ashtanga hriadaya
  • concept of dosha
  • meaning of dosha
  • functions of dosha
  • properties of dosha
  • formation of dosha
  • abnormal state of dosha
  • circadian rhythm of dosha
  • physiological principles
  • physical dosha
  • mental dosha
  • sharira dosha
  • manas dosha
  • dosha prakriti
  • prakruti
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