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International Journal of Physics and Applications

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A (2024)

Theory of relativity (E=mc²) plays a key role in Ayurveda

Author(s):

Vaidhshiromani Dheeraj Sharma, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra, Dr. CB Dhanraj, Dr. MK Yadav, Dr. Ramakant Marde, Dr. SC Joshi, Dr. Anil Verma, Dr. GB Karunakar, Dr. Ashish Goswami, Dr. Neha Arya, Dr. Rajeev Singh, Dr. Suman and Dr. Preeti Pandey

Abstract:

The theory of Relativity play very-very important Role in Ayurveda, we can say that theory of Relativity has a major place in Ayurveda and Ayurveda is the only medical system in the world in which all the sciences are included, such as chemistry, mathematics, biology, physics etc. are Present in Ayurveda. that is all the science are described in detail in Ayurveda, in our Ayurveda shastra treatment is done on the basis of elements and the elements are made UP OF trigunas. There is an interconnected Relationship between the elements and the triguna. We can generate May types of factors and their molecular energy from the panchabhutas and trigunas it is told in our vedas that we can generate energy and energy substances from the interrelationships with the trigunas and Panchabhutas. Combination of trigunas and Panchabhutas, we can create such energetic Factors which play an important Role in the health of the living world and the environment and which can provide welfare to all living beings. Because the triguna (Satva, Raj, Tama) are Present in everything from the smallest Particle to the biggest planet, hence we can say that the triple existence is Prevalent in the entire universe. and the triple gunas have an Important contribution in the events taking place in this world and with the combination of this Trigunas, we can prepare such an energetic medicine which prove beneficial and effective for living beings Hence we can say that E= mc2 is the highest ternary Reaction for making Excellent medicines in Ayurveda.

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How to cite this article:
Vaidhshiromani Dheeraj Sharma, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra, Dr. CB Dhanraj, Dr. MK Yadav, Dr. Ramakant Marde, Dr. SC Joshi, Dr. Anil Verma, Dr. GB Karunakar, Dr. Ashish Goswami, Dr. Neha Arya, Dr. Rajeev Singh, Dr. Suman and Dr. Preeti Pandey. Theory of relativity (E=mc²) plays a key role in Ayurveda. Int. J. Phys. Appl. 2024;6(1):39-42. DOI: 10.33545/26647575.2024.v6.i1a.81
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