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 +Madhava Nidanam (Roga Viniscaya) of Madhavakara:​ A Treatise on Ayurveda (English)
 +by K.R. Srikantha Murthy (tr.)
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 +$25.99 $18.19
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 +Madhava Nidanam (Roga Viniscaya) of Madhavakara:​ A Treatise on Ayurveda (English), K.R. Srikantha Murthy (tr.), AYURVEDA Books, Vedic Books
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 +This treatise, Roga Viniscaya , is more popularly known as Madhava Nidana after the name of its author. It is counted as the first among the Laghu Trayi (the lesser triad) of Ayurvedic literature.
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 +It is considered as the ideal book dealing with Nosology (knowledge of diseases) and has earned appraise for its author as Madhava is best for Nidana. It has retained its importance as a text-book on the subject since the last thirteen centuries.
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 +It enjoyed great reputation as an authoritative text not only in India but even in other countries as can be judged by its translation into other languages and many commentaries.
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 +Translations:​
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 +The earliest translation of Madhava Nidana, so far known, is to Arabic language done by the scholars of the court of Caliph Harun-al-Radhid of Persia who ruled between 768-809 A D. Many Indian medical treatises were translated under his orders but none of them are available now. They are only known by their mention in the works of later authors.
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 +The Second translation is to Italian by Mario Vallauri and published in Florence during 1913-14 a d. this translation is only for the first five chapters.
 +Translations into almost all major Indian languages have been made during the previous and the present centuries.
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 +Its first translation into English is by G J Meulendbeld in 1974 and published from Leiden.
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 +Table of Contents:
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 +    Introduction
 +    Part-I: Historical Notes
 +    Part-II: Note on Evolution of Diseases
 +    Panca Nidana Laksanam
 +    Jwara Nidanam (Fevers)
 +    Arisara Nidanam (Diarrhoeas)
 +    Grahani Nidanam (Diseases of the duodenum)
 +    Arsas Nidanam (Haemorrhoids)
 +    Agnimandya-Ajirna-Visucika-Alasaka-Vilambika Nidanam Dyspepsia, Indigestion etc.)
 +    Kriomiroga Nidanam (Parasitic diseases)
 +    Panduroga-Kamala-Kumbhakamala-Halimaka Nidanam (Anaemia, Jaundiece, Hepatitis)
 +    Raktapitt Nidanam (Haemorrhagic diseases)
 +    Rajayaksma-Ksataksina Nidanam (Pulmonary tuberculosis,​ wasting diseases. Etc.)
 +    Kasa Nidanam (Caughs)
 +    Hikka, Swasa Nidanam (Hiccups, Dyspnoeas)
 +    Swara Bheda Nidanam (Hoarseness)
 +    Arocaka Nidanam (Anorexia)
 +    Chardi Nidanam (Vomitting)
 +    Trsna Nidanam (Thirst)
 +    Murcha-Bhrama Nidra, Tandra, Sannyasa Nidanam (Fainting, Giddiness, Stupor and loss of consciousness)
 +    Panatyaya-Paramada-Panajirna-Panavibhrama Nidanam (Alcoholic intoxication)
 +    Daha Nidanam (Burning sensation of the body)
 +    Unmada Nidanam (Insanity)
 +    Apasmara Nidanam (Epilepsy)
 +    Vatavyadhi Nidanam (Diseases of nervous system)
 +    Vatarakta Nidanam (gout)
 +    Urusthambha Nidanam (Stiffness of the legs)
 +    Amavata Nidanam (Rheumatism)
 +    Sula-Parinama sula- Annadrava sula Nidanam (Colic, Peptic ulcers)
 +    Udavarta-Anaha Nidanam (Reverse peristalisis-flatulence etc.)
 +    Gulma Nidanam (Abdominal tumors)
 +    Hrdroga Nidanam (Diseases of the heart)
 +    Murtrakrchara Nidanam (Suppression of urine)
 +    Asmari Nidanam (Vesical calculus)
 +    Prameha, Prameha Pidaka Nidanam (Diabetes, Corbuncles)
 +    Medo roga Nidanam (Obesity)
 +    Udara roga Nidanam (Enlargemnt of the abdomen)
 +    Sotha roga Nidanam (Oedema, Anasarca)
 +    Vrddhi roga Nidanam (Swelling of the scrotum)
 +    Galaganda, Ganda mala, Apaci, Granthi, Arbuda Nidanam (Cervival Lymphadenom,​ Scrofula, Goiter, Tumors and Cancer)
 +    Slipada Nidanam (Filariasis)
 +    Vidradhi Nidanam (Abscesses)
 +    Vranasotha Nidanam (Inflammatory swelling)
 +    Sariravrana Nidanam (Organic ulcers)
 +    Sadyovrana Nidanam (Traumatic ulcers)
 +    Bhagna Nidanam (Fractures of bones)
 +    Nadivrana Nidanam (Sinus ulcers)
 +    Bhagandara Nidanam (Festula-in-ano)
 +    Upadamsa Nidanam (Veneral diseases)
 +    Suka dosa Nidanam (Diseases of the penis)
 +    Kustha Nidanam (Leprosy, skin diseases)
 +    Sitapitta, Udarda, Kotha Nidanam (Skin rashes, Allergy etc.)
 +    Amlapitta Nidanam (Hyperchlorhydria,​ Gastritis)
 +    Visarpa Nidanam (Erysepelas)
 +    Visphota Nidanam (Small pox)
 +    Masurika Nidanam (Chicken pox, Measles)
 +    Ksudra roga Nidanam (Minor Diseases)
 +    Mukha roga Nidanam (Diseases of the mouth)
 +    Karna roga Nidanam (Diseases of the ear)
 +    Nasa roga Nidanam (diseases of the nose)
 +    Netra roga Nidanam (diseases of the eye)
 +    Siro roga Nidanam (Diseases of the head)
 +    Asrgdara Nidanam (Menorrhagia)
 +    Yonivyapat Nidanam (Vaginal tumors)
 +    Mudha garbha Nidanam (Abnormal pregnancy, foetal presentation etc.)
 +    Sutika roga Nidanam (Diseases of the peurperum)
 +    Stana roga Nidanam ( Diseases of the breast)
 +    Stanya dusti Nidanam (Diseases of Children)
 +    Bala roga Nidanam (Diseases of children)
 +    Visa roga Nidanam (Diseases due to poison)
 +    Visayanukramanika (Contents of the treatise)
 +    Appendix I: Salient points from Madhukosa commentary.
 +    Appendix II: Mithyahara vihara
 +    Appendix III: Comparisons of lesions
 +    Appendix IV: Modern equivalents of diseases
 +    Index
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 +[[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[Textbook of Ayurveda Volume 1]] Fundamental Principles, [[wp>​Albuquerque]],​ [[wp>New Mexico]]: [[Ayurvedic Press]], 2001, p. 
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 +[[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Institute Gurukula Notes]], [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1994-2006; ​
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