1 edition of Bhela-saṃhitā found in the catalog.
Ancient work on Ayurvedic system of Indic medicine; Sanskrit text with English translation.
|Statement||K.H. Krishnamurthy ; editor, Priya Vrat Sharma.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Haridas ayurveda series -- 8, Haridāsa āyurveda sīrīja -- 8.|
|Contributions||Krishnamurthy, K. H., 1928-, Sharma, P. V. 1920-|
|LC Classifications||R127.2 .B47313 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 660 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||660|
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Author Sharma, P. (Priya Vrat), Published 1. Author(s): Krishnamurthy,K H,; Sharma,P V(Priya Vrat), Title(s): Bhela-saṃhitā: text with English translation, commentary, and critical notes/ K.H. Bhela-Saṃhitā. Text with English Translation, Commentary and Critical notes.
Varanasi, Chaukhambha Visvabharati (Haridas Ayurveda Series, 8). My first book was originally intended to. Bhela’s work, called Bhela-saṃhitā, has already been published by the University of Calcutta. It may Bhela-saṃhitā book remembered that Agniveśa, Bhela, Jatūkarṇa, Parāśara, Hārīta and Kṣārapāṇi were all fellow-students in medicine, (a.d.
), that the eight arts formerly existed in eight books. Bhela-saṃhitā: text with English translation, commentary and critical notes K.H. Krishnamurthy ; editor, Priya Vrat Sharma （Haridas Ayurveda series, 8） Chaukhambha Visvabharati, 1st ed.
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Identity of Ṭaṅkārī. >> Google Books ブックマーク済み Agniveśa's Caraka saṃhitā: text with English translation & critical exposition based on Cakrapāṇi Datta's Āyurveda dīpikā / by Ram Karan Sharma and Bhagwan Dash.
Bhela-saṃhitā: text with English translation, commentary and critical notes. K.H. Krishnamurthy ; editor, Priya Vrat Sharma. Chaukhambha Visvabharati 1st ed Haridas Ayurveda series 8. 所蔵館3館. Bhela-saṃhitā: Text with English Translation, Commentary, and Critical Notes, K.
Krishnamurthy, Priya Vrat Sharma, Chaukhambha Visvabharati, Elemente Die wesentlichen Elemente der ayurvedischen Philosophie sind Atma(Seele), Manas (Geist() und Sharira(Körper) .