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It means diagnosis and causative factors. The section [[Nidana Sthana]] deals with knowledge of disease in detail.
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It means causative factor. The broad meaning of Nidana includes diagnosis and knowledge of disease. The section [[Nidana Sthana]] deals with knowledge of disease in detail.
  
 
==Synonyms==
 
==Synonyms==
*[[Hetu]]  
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*[[Hetu]] - purpose ,reason, intention
*[[nimitta]]  
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*[[nimitta]]-shakuna(omen or prognostic), instrumental or efficient cause, target, indication
*[[ayatana]]  
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*[[ayatana]]-means the site which provide shelter.
*[[karta]]
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*[[karta]] -perpetrator; that which act as cause of disease
*[[karana]]
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*[[karana]]-fundamental cause
*[[pratyaya]]  
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*[[pratyaya]]-cause used in terms of faith also
*[[samutthana]]  
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*[[samutthana]]- the origin of disease
  
 
==Types==
 
==Types==

Latest revision as of 12:16, 15 January 2021


It means causative factor. The broad meaning of Nidana includes diagnosis and knowledge of disease. The section Nidana Sthana deals with knowledge of disease in detail.

Synonyms

  • Hetu - purpose ,reason, intention
  • nimitta-shakuna(omen or prognostic), instrumental or efficient cause, target, indication
  • ayatana-means the site which provide shelter.
  • karta -perpetrator; that which act as cause of disease
  • karana-fundamental cause
  • pratyaya-cause used in terms of faith also
  • samutthana- the origin of disease

Types

Nidana is of three types:

  1. Asatmyendriyarthasamyoga (unsuitable contact of sense organs with their objects)
  2. Pragyaparadha (intellectual errors or knowingly engaging in harmful activities), and
  3. Kala (time, seasonal, temporal factors).

More information

Jwara Nidana