The science of Ayurveda originated with the need to understand and cure diseases and to maintained the health of the human being. This basic of Ayurveda tenet is best explained in the Sanskrit verse, “ Swasthasya swasth rakshanam atursya vikar prashmanam cha. “. Acharya told that before planning for chikitsa , Rog and Rogi parikshan both are important. Nidan Parivarjanam is first line of treatment hence getting knowledge of nidan of vyadhi by which patient suffered is essential . Today we focus on chikitsa dravya and shodhan but many times we forgot to take history or do study of nidan of patient .it will definitely going to affect treatment success. Ayurveda believed in treating the patient and not disease. In this paper I tried to focus importance on Nidan parikshan in the chikitsa. To explain it properly I could like to take example of patient from our institute of shwas vyadhi .Nidan Prikshan playes important role in the success of our day to day practice.
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