Who is called the father of Ayurveda in ancient India?

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Who is called the father of Ayurveda in ancient India?

Charaka Samhita

The Charaka Samhita is written in Sanskrit and concerns philosophies and treatments in traditional Indian medicine. The date of its authorship is somewhat controversial, but the most famous compilation was written between 100 and 200 CE.

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Ayurvedic medicine and belief have many origins, but the most famous related text is the Charaka Samhita, compiled by Acharya Charaka. Charaka had...

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