Aim of Aryavaidyan is to promote research in ayurveda and allied subjects by disseminating the outcome into the scientific fraternity. The journal wishes to inculcate scientific writing especially among ayurveda scholars. It promotes incorporation of current knowledge with ayurveda to make it in tune with times. Each issue of Aryavaidyan is expected to reflect the new developments in the fields of ayurveda and related knowledge systems. Documentation, validation and dissemination of principles and practices of Kerala school of Ayurveda are also an area of special interest to Aryavaidyan. Journal promotes originality and innovation in scientific work. Documentation of evidence based ayurveda is the principle aim of the journal. Aryavaidyan will not support any kind of malpractices in publication.
The prime objective of the journal is to publish issues in the months of February, May, August and November with peer reviewed conceptual and clinical research articles on ayurveda with its different branches ie. Kayacikitsa, Kaumarabhrtya, Manasarogacikitsa, Salakyatantra, Salyatantra, Agadatantra, Rasayana and Vajeekarana. The foundational systems of ayurveda like dosha-siddhanta, Dravyagunavijnana, Sariravijnana, Bhaishajyakalapana, Rasasastra, Pancakarma, Svasthavrtta, Padarthavijnana are also considered.
Works from allied Indian knowledge systems like Nyaya, Vaiseshika, Sangkhya, Yoga, Vedanta and Purvamimamsa in relation to ayurveda are included in the journal. Information from other ancient branches of Sanskrit knowledge systems like Hastyayurveda, Asvayurveda, Vrkshayurveda, Vastutantra, Agama, etc. if scientifically interpreted may be considered for publication. Outcome of literary researches related to ayurveda texts so as to enrich the study of evolution of ayurveda will also be accepted by the journal.
Research articles related to drug production like processing, quality assurance etc. and plant related studies in botany, biochemistry, pharmacognosy, phytochemistry, pharmacology, ethnobotany survey of medicinal plants, nutraceuticals, drug standardization, biotechnology, agriculture, horticulture, pharmacovigilance, etc. are important to the journal.
Aryavaidyan will provide an inter-disciplinary platform for linking traditional knowledge with the current one. Types of articles include original research articles, review articles, short communications, case studies and book reviews. Finally the articles should be illuminating to ayurveda, and should also be educative. Clinical interest is given more stress.
Disclaimer: The Editors are taking every effort to verify the accuracy of the content published in our Journal. But Aryavaidyan cannot accept any responsibility or liability for the content of articles published. The views expressed in articles are not necessarily those of Arya Vaidya Sala, Editors or Editorial board members of Aryavaidyan.