In the Vedic literature especially in Rig-Veda Samhita
and some of the Upanishads we find the tree as metaphors signifying the near impenetrable world of metaphysics.
He gave examples of the ancient Charaka Samhita
that introduced Ayurveda and Yoga as various innovations in India.
In the books of Caraka Samhita
(CS), Susruta Samhita
(SS), and Bhela Samhita
(BS) pigmentary disorders are presented in detail.
According to Ambedkar: "It was not that the cow was not sacred in Vedic times, it was because of her sacredness that it is ordained in the Vajasaneyi Samhita
that beef should be eaten.
oS Guest House at Samhita
Enclave Tirupati (nctoding garden & open area)
In the canonical text Charaka Samhita
, there is also an oath of initiation similar to the Hippocratic Oath.
in the Sushruta Samhita
for correcting cutaneous defects, the Nasolabial Flap was used in 1868 by Thiersch for palatal intraoral reconstruction.
However, "Charaka Samhita
," one of the foundational texts of the medical tradition in India, describes all the adverse reactions to medicines when they are prepared or used inappropriately.
Vedas, Buddhist literature, Kautilya's Artha-sastra, Krishi-parashara Sangam literature, of Tamil, Agnipurana, Brihat samhita
of Varahamihira, Surapala's Vrikshayurveda, Viswavallabha of Chakrapani Misra etc (1).
Manvi M Saki, N S Subhiksha, Neha R Attur, Niranjana Rajesh, Nirosha J Prakash, Prerna Ravi, Mukesh Palaniappan, Rasith M A Kader,Renitha Ramakrishnan,RuchiraUdupa, RugmaManoharan, RupshaDebnath, S Praisy, Samhita
Nulu, Sandra Shanly, Saniya A Solkar, SanjanaAjeej, Sayali P Joshi, Shivani Ramakrishnan, Shouvik Chatterjee, Shreya Dadhwal, Shriya Seth, ShwethaShenod,
He has undertaken the monumental work bringing out the foundational text of Indian Medicine in Sanskrit -- Charaka Samhita
Melolabial flap as described in the sushruta samhita
has evolved through ages to become one of the prime reconstructive options for correction of orofacial defects .