Ancient Hand written Ayurvedic Manuscripts Digitalization and Publication

Ancient Hand written Ayurvedic Manuscripts Digitalization and Publication

A great effort of re-establishing the extinct knowledge of Ayurveda and spreading it to each and every individual by publishing the Ancient handwritten manuscripts under this immaculate project is going on.

Ayurveda, 'Medicinal system' is not only ancient but scientific too. Many ancient and rare handwritten copies of ancient Ayurvedic manuscripts not only in India but in the world are available in various athenaeum and institutions. These are very useful for the mankind, however many of them are not published till now. A special effort has been taken by Acharya Balkrishan Ji to enlighten and spread this Ayurvedic knowledge to everyone. Hindi translation and perfect editing of these complex Sanskrit manuscripts is going under the 'Ancient Handwritten Ayurvedic Manuscripts Publication Project of Patanjali University'. Under this project following are the rare manuscripts that have been published till now.

Siddhsar-Samhita (Ravigupt-Virachit), Yogshatam (Amitprabhiyam), Yogshat-Vaidhyavallabha (Rupnayan-Virachit), Aurved-Mahodadhi/Sushen-Nighantu (Sushenvaidhya-Virachit), Bhojankutahalam (Raghunathsuri-Virachit), Azirnamrat Manjari (Kashinath-Virachit), Ruchivadhu-Gal-Ratnamala (Parpranav-Virachit), Harmekhla (Madhuk-Virachit), Yogratna Samuchchya (Chandrat-Virachit), Vaidyashatshloki (Avdhansarswati-Virachit), Chandra-Nighantu/Madnadi-Nighantu (Chandranandan-Virachit), Hrdayadeepak-Nighantu (Bopdev-Virachit), Rajnighantu, Sodhalnighantu (Sodhal-Virachit), Madanpalnighantu (Nrapmadanpal-Virachit), Dhanvantrinighantu (Mahendrabhogi-Virachit), Vaidhyaprasarkam (Vaidhya Gadadhar-Virachit).

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