India has a unique and rich tradition of medicine. It carries the legacy of Ayurveda which is more than three millennia old. Many manuscripts on Ayurveda (science of life) had been produced covering different promotive, preventive and curative aspects of life. Panchakarma is the integral part of Ayurveda Chikitsa. Panchakarma comprises of 2 words- PANCHA (meaning 5) and KARMA (Procedures). Thus The Sanskrit term panchakarma translates five therapeutic procedures i.e. Vamana Karma, Virechana Karma, Niruha Basti Karma, Nasya Karma and Anuvasana Basti Karma. Hence Panchakarma Procedures have multi-dimensional therapeutic effects and brings about homeostasis by way of elimination of accumulated Dosha from body

  1. Training the future doctors about ayurvedic concepts and making them understand importance of panchakarma
  2. Working in the direction for development of Ayurveda and Dept of Panchakarma
  3. Conducting and recording the researches in Dept of Panchakarma
  4. Clinical discussions for understanding of diseases

  1. Panchakarma for curative purpose: Panchakarma treatment for the diseases pertaining to Musculoskeletal diseases, neurological diseases, lifestyle diseases, skin conditions etc
  2. Panchakarma for prevention : Panchakarma as Daily regimen, Seasonal regimen etc
  3. Panchakarma in rejuvenation: Panchakarma for Rasayana purpose


  1. Classes for students for proper theoretical understanding of panchakarma
  2. Practical demonstration for better understanding and hands on training in well equipped Panchakarma centre
  3. Practical classes for better understanding of diseases
  4. Model making by students
  5. Inter- departmental activities and Medical Camps
  6. Research and development: research of panchakarma department and documenting the same for research articles



Models- related to Panchakarma procedures for better understanding of students

Charts- explaining various concepts of panchakarma treatment

Books – for proper understanding of ayurvedic concepts and theoretical knowledge