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Origin of Sanskrit, Ayurveda and other Sciences in University of Taxila by Aryans

N C Shah.

Abstract
This article presents an authentic review of origin and development of Ayurveda from a historian’s perspective. This also throws some light upon the native Indian culture belonging to the Indo Vedic civilization which was gradually replaced by Vedic culture. This was also the period of highest prosperity of all Indian sciences including Ayurveda.

Key words: Taxila, Ayurveda, Sanskrit


 
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