Ayusha Vivarana and Pancha Bhauthika Siddhantha (1:15/00)Introduction to Ayurveda and Ayusha Vivarana (Description of Ayurveda). Basic principles of Ayurveda, Pancha Maha Bhuta Siddantha, Loka Purusha Samya Siddantha, Tridosha Siddantha and Adhara Bhutha Siddantha.
Dosha, Dhathu and Mala Vivarana (Description of Tridosha) (2:30/00)Definitions, interpretations, qualities, normal function, location, varieties, and causes of abnormalities, characteristic features, strategies, of Vata, Pitta and Kapha Doshas. Modern scientific interpretations of Tridosha Sidddantha. Definitions, interpretations, formation, varieties and their normal and abnormal functions of Sapta Dhatus. Upadhathu and Dhathu Mala, Saara pariksha, and modern scientific analysis. Definitions, interpretations, formation, varieties and normal and abnormal functions and modern scientific analysis of Trimala.
Agni, Swasthya And Roga (1:15/00)Concept of Agni. Definitions, interpretations, formation, varieties, and importance of Agni. Abnormalities of Agni and modern scientific analysis. Concept of Aama, Definitions, interpretations, varieties, normal and abnormal functions. Concept of Ojas. Ojo dristi. Vyadhi Kshamathva, Prakriti, Kriyakala of Doshas definitions, importance, and conservation of Swasthya (Health).
Practical of Dosha, Dhatu Mala Vignana (1:00/30)Swasthya pariksha, Vata Pariksha, Pitta Pariksha, Kapha Pariksha, Tridosha Pariksha, Ama Pariksha, Prakrithi pariksha I (Swasthya), Prakrithi pariksha II (Rogi), Tri mala Pariksha, Agni pariksha, Sara pariksha, Saptha Datu Pariksha, Shad Kriya kala pariksha.
History of Indian Ayurveda (1:15/00)Introduction of Ayurveda and Ashtanga Ayurveda, selection and initiation of the pupil and conduct of the teacher and the physician. Ayurvedavatharana. The support of Indian philosophies to develop fundamentals of Ayurveda. Beginning of ethics, code of conduct, conduct of physician. Pioneer enlighten personalities to develop branches of Ayurveda. Authors of main treatises and their informations. Commentators of Samhita.
History of Sri Lanka Ayurveda (1:15/00)Medical information relevant to the different eras in, ancient Sri Lanka.Traditional medicine text in ancient Sri Lanka. Vrikshayurveda and Sathvayurveda in ancient Sri Lanka. Medical information revealed from ancient Literature. The ways of immigration of other system of medicine to Sri Lanka. The factors that led the deterioration of Ayurveda system of medicine. Renaissance of Ayurveda, the Institutions and individuals contribution towards it. The traditions and generations of Indigenous Medicine. Educational, research and administrative Institutions of Ayurveda. The Boards and Acts relevant to Ayurveda. The place of Ayurveda in the national health policy of Sri Lanka.
Darshana (Philosophy) and Padartha (1:15/00)Shad Darshana and Ayurveda, Philosophy of Ayurveda Padartha Vivarana: definition, number, characteristic features, and classification of Dravya, Guna, Karma, Samanya, Vishesa, Samavaya and Abhawa.
Pramana Vignana and the uses of Padartha Vignana in clinical practice (1:15/00)Prama, Pramatha, Prameya, accepted Pramanas by various schools. Apthopadesha, Prathyaksha, Anumana, Yukthi, Upamana, Anya Pramana. Thanthra Yukthi and Vada Marga, Sambhasha, Sadvritta, Vaidyavritta, role of Padartha Vignana in clinical practice.
Karya Karana Bhava and Vividha Vada, Sristi, – Pralaya and Thathva Nirupana (1:15/00)Karana, Karya, Sath Karya Vada, Asath Karya Vada, Armbha Vada, Vivartha Vada, Kshana Bhanga Vada, Sabhava Vada, Svabhawavoparam Vada, Adaivatha Vada, Parinama Vada. Different notions of Sristi, Pralaya. Thathva Nirupana – Chathur Vimshathi, Pancha Vimshathi Purusha, Ekadhathu, Dvidhathu, Thidhathu Purusha etc, Triguna.
Alphabet, nouns, devices, general techniques, verb, verbal roots, composition and translation and transliteration. Indeclinable particles and prefixes, adjectives and adverbs, combinations, special uses of cases, voice- active- passive, participles, gerunds and infinitives. Baladarsa.
Verbal nouns and secondary derivations and compounds. Potential mood, imperative verbs, perfect tense, causative verbs. Compostition and translations. Vaidyajeevaniya 40 slokas, Susruta Uttara Tantra Adhyaya 1. Nitishataka selected 20 slokas.