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Page creatorAgnivesha (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation12:14, 9 January 2021
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Date of latest edit10:07, 24 February 2024
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The term ‘garbha’ literally means fetus or embryo. The descriptions of the embryogenesis, factors influencing its development in womb and prenatal life are available in Ayurveda classics.
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  • Garbha
  • embyo
  • General aspects of embryology in Ayurveda
  • Essential factors for conception(garbha sambhava samagri)
  • Embryogenesis and fetal development(garbhavakranti)
  • Role of five great elements in embryogenesis
  • Functions and body components developed from panchamahabhuta
  • shad garbhakarabhava
  • Body parts/ components derived from six sources (shad bhava)
  • Factors influencing embryonic development
  • Month wise development of embryo and foetus(masanumasika garbhavrudhi)
  • Disorders during embryonic life and their diagnosis
  • Ayurveda
  • Indian system of medicine
  • Charak Samhita
  • Deole Y.S.
  • Basisht G.
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