d.wujastyk at UCL.AC.UK
Fri Oct 22 05:38:03 EDT 2004
.sa.s.tikaa is a reasonably common word in the corpus of ayurvedic
literature. It occurs in Carakasamhita, Susrutasamhita, Astangahrdaya,
Sarngadharasamhita, and Bhavaprakasa. Not in the Madhavanidana.
On Fri, 22 Oct 2004, Maheswaran Nair wrote:
> Dear members,
> References say that <.sa.s.tikaa> as variety of rice which yields in sixty days, is mentioned in the Mahabharta. Can any one please give the exact location of its occurence.Also references in other works.Thanks in advance.
> K.Maheswaran Nair
> University of Kerala
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