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October-December 2021| Vol 15| Issue 4


Paving the way through COVID-19 pandemic – NIA perspective

Covid 19 is a viral disease, it has become a global disaster and it's transmission cannot be arrested through any sort of boundaries. Although second wave has come to an end, more waves with new...

Editorial Forum

Utility of google forms as an assessment tool in AYUSH systems of medicine

Sir, As we all are well versed that education/learning is an incessant process that commences since birth and continues till one survives. Starting from the basic learning till the professional deg...

Original Article

A Randomized Clinical Trial of Karnapichu with Gandhaka Taila, Karnadhupana, and Rasnadi Guggulu in the Management of Karnasrava W. S. R. to Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media

Background: Chronic suppurative otitis media (C.S.O.M.) is a chronic inflammation of the middle ear, which is the result of an initial episode of acute otitis media and characterized by the r...

Original Article

Role of patala kshara and gokshuradi choorna in renal calculi – a clinical study

Background: Renal calculi or kidney stone disease is a common painful urologic disease causing significant social and financial burden. It has high recurrence rate of nearly fifty (50%) p...

Original Article

Efficacy of shatavaryadi ksheerapaka basti in enhancing the maternal nourishment in garbha kshaya along with relieving the pregnancy discomforts

Background: Garbha Kshaya is considered among the abnormalities of fetus (Garbha Vyapads), associated with growth-related disorders, especially due to maternal undernourishment....

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ISSN - Print: 2321-0435, Online: 2582-7693

JOURNAL OF AYURVEDA, a publication of National Institute of Ayurveda, Deemed to be University (De - novo), is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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