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 +[[Ayurveda Dharma]] is distributed [[copyleft]] via this [[GNU Free Documentation License]] (FDL) and/or under [[Creative Commons License]] Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States
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 +Prof. Priya Vrat Sharma, the editor-translator of [[Charaka Samhita]], is well known for his valuable contributions in the field of Ayurveda. During the last four decades he has written on various aspects of Ayurveda-literary as well as scientific, conceptual as well as historical. Prof. Priya Vrat Sharma born on 1st November, 1920 in a small village (Mustafapur) near Patna, the ancient Pataliputra,​ in the family of traditional Vaidyas. School career in Vedarata Vidyalaya at the home village. University career in Ayurvedic College of Banaras Hindu University. Graduated in Ayurveda in 1940. Also did M.A. in Sanskrit and Hindi and Acharya in Sanskrit Sahitya later on. Teaching career started in 1946 as Professor and later Vice-Principal in Ayurvedic College, Begusarai (Bihar). In 1953 appointed, as lecturer in Ayurvedic College, B.H.U., in 1956 took over as Principal, Govt. Ayurvedic College, Patna and Superintendent indigenous Medicines Bihar. In 1960 appointed as Dy. Director of Health Services (I.M.), Bihar. In 1963 joined as Professor of Dravyaguna in P.G. Institute of Indian Medicine, B.H.U., and also worked as officer-in-charge and later as Director of the Institute and Dean, Faculty of Indian Medicine. Prof. Sharma has been participating in international conferences on human sciences and has been associated with several committees on Ayurveda on National level. He has authored about two dozen books and has published about 300 papers and articles. He has also edited a number of Sanskrit Medical Manuscripts which were hitherto unknown in the Ayurvedic world.
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 +http://​www.amazon.com/​Caraka-Samhita-Text-English-Translation/​dp/​8176370126/​ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20
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 +Guide]], Second revised edition, Salt Lake City, Utah: Passage Press, 1989, Twin Lakes, Wisconsin: [[Lotus Press]], 2000: p. 
 +{{amazon>​ 0914955977}}
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: Kapoor, L.D., [[CRC Handbook of Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants]], Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Inc., 1989
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: Kulkarni, P.H., Dr., Prof., editor, Ayurveda Therapy, 25 Karva Road, Pune, India 411 004: Ayurveda Rasashala, August 1996.  ISSN 08707158
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]] and [[David Frawley]], O.M.D., The [[Yoga of Herbs]], Revised 2nd edition, Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, USA: [[Lotus Press]], 2001.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Studies Program Handouts]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1991-2001.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], The [[Complete Book of Ayurvedic Home Remedies]], New York: Harmony Books Crown Publishers (Hardback), 1998 or Three Rivers Press (Paperback),​ 1999: p. 
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Textbook of Ayurveda Volume 1]] - Fundamental Principles, 1st ed., Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: The [[Ayurvedic Press]], 2002: p.  ​
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Textbook of Ayurveda Volume 2]] - A Complete Guide to Clinical Assessment, 2006: p. 
 +{{amazon>​1883725119}}
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[1994 Ayurvedic Herbology Seminar Notes]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1994.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[1995 Ayurvedic Herbology Seminar Notes]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1995.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[1996 Ayurvedic Herbology Seminar Notes]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1996.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[1999 Ayurvedic Herbology Seminar Notes]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1999.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[2000 Ayurvedic Herbology Seminar Notes]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 2000.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Pune India Gurukula Program Notes]], Pune, India: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1999.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Pune India Gurukula Program Notes]], Pune, India: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 2000.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Pune India Gurukula Program Notes]], Pune, India: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 2001.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Products Catalog]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 2001.
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurveda The Science of Self-Healing]],​ Santa Fe, New Mexico: [[Lotus Press]], 1984: p. 
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Cooking Seminar Notes]], Albuquerque,​ New Mexico, USA: [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1997
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 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic ​
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