FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF AGNI AND IT’ S IMPORTANCE
The Ayurvedic concept of Agni is critically important to overall health. Agni is the force of intelligence within each cell, each tissue and each system within the body. Ayurveda identifies a vat range of functions for which Agni is directly responsible, but it also teaches us that impaired Agni is the root of the Diseases.
Agni is responsible for proper digestion. Diseases are primarily because of weak digestive power (Agni).A defective Agnileads to the development of toxins or undigested part which when circulates in the body give rise to various diseases.
According to nature and effects, Ayurvedacharya standardiz Agni is in four groups .i.e. Samangni , Vishamagni ,Tikshnagi , Manadagni. Samagni is healthy condition of Agni. Rest of three considered as “Agnivikruti”.We can’t determine the nature of health without accounting the Agni. Depending on the chief site of action it divided into Jatharagni, Bhutagni and Dhatwagni.
KEYWORDS – Agni,AgnivikrutiJatharagni, Bhutagni and Dhatwagni
Details: Written by Vd. Suryavanshi Savitri Rajaram1, Vd. Puradkar Ganesh Shantaram2.
Attachment: 1.FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF AGNI AND IT