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The word dosha is derived from Sanskrit root ‘dusha’ meaning causing abnormalities (vaikrutye).   
 
The word dosha is derived from Sanskrit root ‘dusha’ meaning causing abnormalities (vaikrutye).   
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==Types and sub types of dosha==
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==Types and sub types of dosha ==
    
The dosha are broadly categorized into two:  
 
The dosha are broadly categorized into two:  
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==Origin of dosha==
 
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Dosha at physical level originate from five fundamental elements (pancha mahabhuta). Vata dosha originates from vayu and akasha mahabhuta; Pitta dosha from agni mahabhuta and kapha dosha from combination of aap and prithvi mahabhuta. The dosha represent functions of dominant mahabhuta in the body at gross level. They can be principles of regulators, enhancers or inhibitors of the physiological functions.  
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Dosha at physical level originate from five fundamental elements ([[pancha mahabhuta]]). Vata dosha originates from [[vayu]] and [[akasha mahabhuta]]; Pitta dosha from agni mahabhuta and kapha dosha from combination of aap and prithvi mahabhuta. The dosha represent functions of dominant mahabhuta in the body at gross level. They can be principles of regulators, enhancers or inhibitors of the physiological functions.  
    
==Subtypes of dosha==
 
==Subtypes of dosha==

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