The Astadhyayi of Panini Volume 5 (English Translation of by Rama Nath Sharma
By Rama Nath Sharma
This quantity of the Astadhyayi of Panini includes English translation of adhyaya six. Explanatory notes are offered to facilitate right figuring out of person sutras specially in view in their formula, interpretation, program and relative placement. This quantity is the 5th of a deliberate six-volume examine. The 6th, and the final quantity of this sequence, will hide the sutras of adhyayas seven and 8.
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He upholds the king’s authority as manager of the health of the people, thus obtaining state sanction for his exclusive control of medical knowledge. State approval was forthcoming because he argues the idea of health being about individual well being as well as aristocratic virtue; his medical ideas reinforce the social hierarchies of society. Shirazi thus delves into the philosophy of health even as he seeks to administer the body through the external agencies of proper conduct, comportment, and diet.
For a discussion on nationalist Mulsims, see Hasan 1979; also Hasan 1987. 37 Introduction 17 This space was culled out of the colonial medical discursive framework and, while remaining closely connected with colonialism’s intellectual grid, was distinct from it in having a history and cultural roots in Hindustan that were inclusive—and not religiously or exclusively Muslim. This process of carving out an inclusive cultural space was not easy. Social pressures from all corners caused deep fissures within the Unani profession.
Ff. 1–7. The medicines that are listed include: kasni, kismis, gul-isurkh, aab-i-limu, shikanji, sharbat-i-unnab, sharbat-i-sandal, sharbat kewra kadr. These folios have listing of the disease, its symptoms and the medicines recommended. 73 Alam 1998: 317–49. Alam shows the attention the Mughals were forced to give to Hindavi/Braj in the early eighteenth century as a result of regional assertion. He argues that this affected the dominance of Persian. Mughal attempts to purge Persian of Hindavi influences followed.