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  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (Buddhist Culture in Asia: unity in Diversity, Vol. 1, Somiya Publications Pvt. Ltd (2008), 2008)
    The Sri Lankan history of Nikäyas and the conflicts among them are of great attraction in the historical Buddhist academic discipline. Depending on royal sponsorship, particular Nikäyas have shown rise and fall in ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Peiris, K.P.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (International Symposium of Ayurveda and Indigenous Medicine- Ayur Ex Kandy – 2018, Organized by the Institute of Indigenous Medicine and Provincial Department of Ayurveda, 5th – 7th October 2018, Kandy City Centre (KCC) Kandy, Sri Lanka, 2018)
    Jalaukavacharana (Leech Therapy) is one among the Rakfamökshana which is indicated in many kinds of skin manifestations. Similarly, Mukhadüshika (Ace vulgaris) is a common skin disease in adolescents encountered by ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (International symposium on Traditional and Complementary Medicine of the Tradmed International 2017-Sri Lanka organized by Ministry of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine and Department of Ayurveda Sri Lanka, @ Waters Edge, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka, 2017)
    A 52 year old male patient came to the Anorectal Clinic Of the outpatient Department Of Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Teaching Hospital, Yakkala, with complaints of permanent prolapsing pile mass and bleeding while ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J.; Waliwita, W.A.L.C. (International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 2016)
    A Pilonidal sinus (PNS) occurs in the cleavage between the buttocks (natal cleft) and can cause discomfort, embarrassment and absence from work. The incidence of the disease is calculated to be 26 per 100,000 people. ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (National Research Symposium -2016, Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka,, 2016)
    Hemorrhoid, which is a condition defined as the symptomatic enlargement and distal displacement of the normal anal cushions, affects millions of people around the world, and represent a major medical and socioeconomic ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (, International Symposium of Ayurveda and Indigenous Medicine- Ayur Ex Kandy – 2018, Organized by the Institute of Indigenous Medicine and Provincial Department of Ayurveda, 5th – 7th October 2018, Kandy City Centre (KCC) Kandy, Sri Lanka, 2018)
    Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) is a paintill condltvon and causes restricted movement 0 forearm which requires treatment for long period. The overall prevalence of Tennis Elbow is of I - 3%. The highest incidence ...
  • Peiris, K.P.P.; Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Dewasurendra, D.M.W. (1st International Conference and Exhibition in Indigenous Medicine – ICEIM – 2018, Organized by Indigenous Medicine, Eastern Province with the collaboration of Unit of Siddha Medicine, Trincomalee Campus, Eastern University of Sri Lanka, 2018)
    Gandusha is clinically effective in the management of periodontal diseases. This study is an in-vitro analysis on determining the antimicrobial efficacy of this drug using standard Antimicrobial Sensitivity Test against ...
  • Mendis D.S.K.; Karunananda, A.S.; Samarathunga, U. (2003)
    Tacit knowledge has always been influential in changing the directions and emphasis of explicit models of knowledge. All explicit knowledge is rooted in tacit knowledge. Due to these reasons modelling of tacit knowledge ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (International Conference On Contribution Of Buddhism To The World Culture, 2004, K J somaiya centre for Buddhhist Studies, Mumbai, India & Nalanda Mahavihara Bihar India & Otani University – Kyoto, Japan (2004), 2004)
    Pirit — chanting is a very popular ritual among the Buddhists of Sri Lanka; no important function domestic or social, can be considered complete without this ritual. The essence ofthepiritceremony consists in the ...
  • Fernando, W.C.M.; Senevirathna, L. (International conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches-2015,Organized by Faculty of Graduate studies, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 2015)
    Kabirdas was the well-known poet of Bhalai Period which means the medieval period of Hindi Literature. His vision of life is centered on the elimination of social discrimination resulting from caste and religious discrepancies ...
  • Fernando, C.; Senevirathna, L. (The SASA 10th Anniversary Conference 2016, Organized by South Asian Studies Association, TERI University New Delhi, 2016)
    Kabirclas. the greatest poet in theNirgunaBhakthi, of the rnedieval eraof Hind Literature showed strong protest against division of social strata based on the caste svstem in the Indian society.'l-he people belongirrg to ...
  • Peiris, R.M.; Kaldera, H.P.I.J.; Hansini, K.G.D.M. (1st International Symposium on Traditional Medicine. Graduate Studies Division, Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, 2014)
    Indigenous system of medicine in Sri Lanka has many specialized branches according to different traditional family lines. Balaroga is one such division that specializes in neonatal nutrition, treatment for abnormalities ...
  • Kaldera, H.P.I.J.; Wewalwala, S.L.; Rasingolla, S.K. (General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, Ratmalana, Sri Lanka, 2015)
  • Kalderal, H.P.I.J.; Wewalwala, S.L.; Rasingolla, S.K. (KDU, Sri Lanka, 2015)
  • Kaldera, H.P.I.J.; Wewalwala, S.L.; Rasingolla, S.K. (8th International Research Conference. General Sir John Kotelawala Defense University, 2015)
    Vitex negundo which belongs to Verbenaceae family is a commonly used plant in both Ayurveda and traditional medicine system in Sri Lanka. It is also known as the 'Nika' in sin,hala and 'Nirgundi' in sanskrit. This ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (1st International Conference and Exhibition in Indigenous Medicine – ICEIM – 2018, Organized by Indigenous Medicine, Eastern Province with the collaboration of Unit of Siddha Medicine, Trincomalee Campus, Eastern University of Sri Lanka, 2018)
    Callosity is a local thickened or hardened part of the sole. It is a plaque of hyperkeratosis caused by repeated friction or pressure. It is assumed that frictional forces include hyperkeratosis leading to thickening ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (1st International Conference and Exhibition on Siddha Medicine (ICESM – 2018), Organized by Unit of Siddha Medicine, University of Jaffna, Kaithady, Sri Lanka, 2018)
    Leech therapy is an Ayurvedic Para surgical procedure which is a treatment using medical leeches. Indications for treatment with medical leech's blood and skin diseases like varicose vein, cellulitis, psoriasis, eczema, ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (Buddhist Exchanges Between China and Sri Lanka of the 15 Wu Yue Buddhist Conference, Hangzhou Buddhist Academy, Hangzhou, China (2017), 2017)
    History of Sino-Sri Lankan relationship goes back to a remote past even up to 2nd millennia B.C. Therefore, evidence Can be traced from the Sri Lankan, Chinese and other sources for the religious, commercial and ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (The International Conference on Dhamma and Abhidhamma, K.J Somiya Centre For Buddhist Studies, India (2006), 2006)
    Sri Lanka possesses one of the largest collections of inscription in South Asia, nearly four thousand of them dating from the 3 century BC. Beside inscriptions written m Sinhala language in its various stages of ...
  • Samaranayake, G.V.P.; Pushpakumara, A.A.J. (International Conference of SalakyaTantra" Salakya Sandipani - 2017" (3rdIntternational conference of TAS) organized by Department of Shalya Shalakya, Gampaha Wicramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2017)
    Sushrutasamhita describes the ancient tradition of surgery in India and is considered as one of the brilliant texts in ancient Indian medical literature. This treatise contains detailed descriptions of the way of ...

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