Smaranonmada – An Ayurvedic Review


  • Chandra Bhan Singh Associate Professor, Department of Kayachikitsa, S.R.M. Government Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Bareilly, India
  • Rita Singh Professor, Department of Panchakarma, M.S.D.S. P.G. Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Fatehgarh, India
  • Yogesh Kumar Professor, Department of Samhita, Sanskrit Evam Siddhant, S.R.M. Govt. Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Bareilly, India
  • Ajai Kumar Yadav Lecturer, Department of Sharir Kriya, S.R.M. Government Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Bareilly, India
  • Roopali Singh B.A.M.S. 3rd Year Scholar, Vaidya Yagya Dutt Sharma Ayurved Mahavidyalya, Khurja, India


Gyanendriyan, Karmendriyan, Manovibhrama, Mansika Prakriti, Paraspara Sambandha, Sharirika Prakriti, Smaranonmada


In this universe every person is different from another because of his Sharirika as well as Mansika Prakriti (Physical and Mental Constitution). Human Manas (mind) is a special gift, which is very complex in nature and responsible for good and bad deeds. Manas act as a controller for all Indriyas (Gyanendriyan and Karmendriyan). It acts as catalyses the Indriyas towards constructive as well as destructive activities. Manas is also act as a Swasya Nigraha (self-controller). All these entities are well balanced by mind knowingly or unknowingly to people in their life. But this balancing nature of mind nowadays is getting deprived under the influence of growing stress and strains in life. Intellect, thinking power, memory, temperament, behavior, socia1 attitude, etc. of an individual depends upon mental faculties. Due to which Sharirika and Mansika Dosha Paraspara Sambandha, Vata and Rajas Dosha gets aggriviated and produces Manovibhrama, which leads to Smaranonmada. In this condition if a person not getting desired Stree-Sambhoga may leads to insanity or Smaranonmada.


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C. B. Singh, R. Singh, Y. Kumar, A. K. Yadav, and R. Singh, “Smaranonmada – An Ayurvedic Review”, IJRAMT, vol. 4, no. 11, pp. 21–22, Dec. 2023, Accessed: Jul. 22, 2024. [Online]. Available: