Rugvinishcaya, Rugviniścaya: 4 definitions


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The Sanskrit term Rugviniścaya can be transliterated into English as Rugviniscaya or Rugvinishcaya, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

Alternative spellings of this word include Rugvinishchaya.

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Rugviniścaya (रुग्विनिश्चय) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—or simply nidāna med. by Mādhava. Cop. 104. Io. 324. 1886. W. p. 295. Oxf. 312^a. 357^b. Paris. (B 198). L. 467. K. 214. B. 4, 230. 232 (and—[commentary]). 238. Ben. 63. 65. Bik. 647. 648 (and—[commentary]). Kāṭm. 13. Pheh. 2. Rādh. 32. NW. 594. 596. Np. I, 16. Burnell. 66^b. Poona. 274. Ii, 48. Oppert. 4030. Rice. 294. Peters. 1, 117. 2, 196. D 2 (and—[commentary]). Quoted in Ṭoḍarānanda W. p. 289.
—[commentary] Siddhāntacandrikā. L. 1634.
—[commentary] by Gaṇeśa Bhiṣaj. K. 218.
—[commentary] Nidānapradīpa by Nāganātha. Io. 347. Bik. 652.
—[commentary] by Bhavānīsahāya. NW. 582.
—[commentary] by Ramānātha Vaidya. NW. 582.
—[commentary] Ātaṅkadarpaṇa by Vaidyavācaspati. Io. 324. 587. 1886. Oxf. 314^b. K. 210. B. 4, 232. Rādh. 32. Oudh. Viii, 34. Np. I, 10. Sb. 285.
—[commentary] Madhukośa by Vijayarakṣita. K. 214. Ben. 63. Bik. 649. Rādh. 32. Bhr. 376. Quoted by Bhāvamiśra.

Rugviniścaya has the following synonyms: Rogaviniścaya, Mādhavanidāna.

2) Rugviniścaya (रुग्विनिश्चय):—or abridged nidāna med. by Mādhava. Fl. 345. Io. 324. 1110. 1886. Peters. 4, 40. Stein 188. Quoted in Vīrasiṃhāvaloka, Fl. 348; by Trimalla, Catal. Io. p. 957.
—[commentary] Siddhāntacintāmaṇi by Narasiṃha Kavirāja. Io. 1186.
—[commentary] Nidānapradīpa by Nāganātha, son of Kṛṣṇa. Rgb. 928. Stein 188.
—[commentary] Ātaṅkadarpaṇa by Vaidya Vācaspati. Fl. 345. Io. 324. 587. 1110. 1886. Stein 188.
—[commentary] Madhukośa by Vijayarakṣita. Io. 714. 1156. Peters. 4, 40 (and—[commentary]). Rgb. 945. Stein 188.

Rugviniścaya has the following synonyms: Mādhavavidāna.

3) Rugviniścaya (रुग्विनिश्चय):—med. by Mādhava. Ulwar 1650.
—[commentary] Ātaṅkadarpaṇa by Vaidyavācaspati, son of Pramoda. ibid.
—[commentary] Madhukośa by Vijayarakṣita. Ulwar 1651.

Rugviniścaya has the following synonyms: Mādhavanidāna.

4) Rugviniścaya (रुग्विनिश्चय):—by Mādhava, son of Indukara. Ak 933. As p. 165 (4 Mss.). Bd. 902. L.. 1186, 1. 1187. Tb. 157. 158-160 (4 fragments). C. Subodhinī. Ak 934. C. Vaidyamanoramā by Rāmakṛṣṇa, son of Gaurī and Nīlakaṇṭha. Hpr. 1, 320. C. by Raiśarman. As p. 165. C. Ātaṅkadarpaṇa by Vācaspati, son of Pramoda. Bd. 902. L.. 1187. Peters. 6 p. 35. C. Madhukośa by Vijayarakṣita. As p. 165 (2 Mss.). Bd. 902. L.. 1188 (inc.).

Rugviniścaya has the following synonyms: Mādhavanidāna.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

Rugviniścaya (रुग्विनिश्चय):—[=rug-viniścaya] [from rug > ruj] m. (also called roga-v or mādhava-nidāna or simply nidāna) ‘determination of disease’, Name of [work] by Mādhava (treating of the causes and diagnosis of 80 kinds of disease).

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