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Netra Prakashika of Ayurveda Shatpannasara: An Ancient Monograph on Eye Diseases

Udaya Shankar (Author) Haridas Ayurveda Series

Netra Prakashika is one of the rarest books on ancient Indian expertise in the diagnosis and management of 100 eye diseases. It is divided into three major sections.

The fundamentals

The diseases of eye

The management of these diseases

The first section consists of eight chapters to explain the fundamentals, of eye anatomy, its neurological connections and the karmaja causes of eye diseases, the favorable and harmful factors, the external and internal etiological factors of eye diseases.

The second section of four chapters provide in-depth information about the diseases of the lids, corneal opacities, the conjuctival degenerations, systemic causes of blindness and the anomalies of vision.

The last section of two chapters is devoted to prepare eye medicaments like anjana and shiro taila.

Interestingly, the description of diseases in Netra Prakashika is refreshingly different from all the books on eye diseases.

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About the author

Udaya Shankar

Udaya Shankar, M.D. (Ayu.) a graduate of SDM College of Ayurveda, Udupi (1987) and post graduate of Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar (1990), is actively involved in clinical practice and teaching at Benaka Ayurveda Centre, Madikeri and KVG Ayurvedic Medical College, Sullia for the last two decades. He has presented research papers and chaired sessions in national level Salakya Conferences.

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Bibliographic information

Title Netra Prakashika of Ayurveda Shatpannasara: An Ancient Monograph on Eye Diseases
Author Udaya Shankar
Format Softcover
Date published: 12.07.2013
Edition 1st.ed.
Language: Sanskrit, English
isbn 9789381301203
length xxxix+215p., Colour; Illustrations; 22cm.