• iconNagour Road, Karwar, Jodhpur
  • iconrau_jodhpur@yahoo.co.in

Opening Hours : Monday to Saturay - 10 Am to 5 Pm

About Us

About us

Welcome to DSRRAU

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University, Jodhpur is the first Ayurved University of Rajasthan and is the second University of it's kind in India.  it was established by RAU Act -2002 (Act No. 15 of 2002) which came into force w.e.f. may 24, 2003 vide Gazette Notification no. F25 (6) Ay. /2000 dated May 24,2003. This university gives affiliation to all the  colleges/institutions of Ayurved, Unani, Homeopathy  and  Yoga & Naturopathy  for the Ph.D, PG, UG, Diploma and Certificate courses. This university gives admission to its degree courses through Joint Entrance Test at National level/ State level.
The university has its' own three constituent colleges in university campus viz University Postgraduate Institute of Ayurveda Studies & Research, University College of Homeopathy and University College of Naturopathy & Yogic Science at Kadvad Campus, Jodhpur and two other constituent colleges viz University College of Unani in University’s Charai, Tonk Campus and University College of Homeopathy, Kekri, Ajmer Campus. The main campus, Jodhpur is situated at Kadwad, Jodhpur on the Jodhpur-Nagaur Highway on over 322 acres of land. The main campus, Jodhpur is situated at Kadwad, Jodhpur on Jodhpur-Nagaur Highway in over 322 acres of land proposed to accommodate  Central Administrative Block, 196 bedded Hospital, Academic Block, Residential Quarters, Sports Complex, Herbal garden & Herbal farm, Panchakarma Center of Excellence, Pharmacy, a luxurious Guest House, Central Library, Canteen & Mess etc.
BAMS, BUMS, BHMS,  BNYS, B.Sc (Ayurved Nursing), MD (Ayu.), MD (Homoeo), PhD (Ayurveda) and certain Diploma and Certificate courses are being conducted through its affiliated colleges, This university is recognised under section 2/F from UGC by letter no. F9-30/2003 (CPI-I) dated 15/03/2004 & CCIM, CCH etc.   
The word Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words, Ayur or “ life” and Veda or “Science” therefore it means “Science of Life”. Ayurveda is the ancient system of medicine which originated in India around 5,000 years ago. It is meant for the well-being of humanity. 
Ayurveda has its own specialities. It believes in the concept of Prakriti i.e. an individual unique mind/body constitution of a person which is determined at the moment the conception takes place. In Ayurveda, a person is treated by balancing the inherent three physiological bases named Doshas: Vata (air/space), Pitta (fire/water) and Kapha (water/earth). Ayurved believes that health is a state of complete equilibrium of Self, the three Doshas Vata, Pitta, Kapha, the digestive element Agni (fire), the seven Dhatus (Tissues) i.e. Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja and Shukra), the proper removal of three waste products urine (Mootra), faeces (Purish) and sweat (Sveda).
The imbalance in all above mentioned basic factors causes diseases in humans and to heal them to balance by a systematic process of therapy which includes Ayurved medication and special procedures such as Panchkarma, Ksharsutra, Agnikarma, Jalaukavacharana etc., Vihar (healthy lifestyle habits), Ahar (proper diet), Sadvritta (mental hygiene) etc. 
Yoga & Naturopathy
Yoga and Naturopathy are ancient systems of medicine that originated in India. These are very much effective in the prevention and cure of disease, rehabilitation and maintaining and promoting positive health. In the present era, the awareness and popularity of Yoga and Nature Cure are very fast growing among the public. People are very much aware of the efficacy and utility of keeping themselves fit and fine at physical, mental social and spiritual levels. Yoga today has taken its place in our everyday life. 
Yoga, meaning 'union' in Sanskrit, is one of the oldest fitness methodologies in the world. The great Yogis or saints have their own approach to Yoga and have revealed many practical experiences regarding this system. This practical approach has helped this system to develop into a very scientific and fruitful system of fitness. Though Yoga is also a system of medicine on the other hand it is recognized as a perfect way to keep humanity fit through particular yogic exercises. It is more prone to the primary aim of Ayurveda i.e. keeping humanity fit (Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam). Yoga is the system which keeps the body, mind and soul in harmony. It generates positive energy which keeps humans very homeostatic physically as well as mentally. 
Naturopathy is a scientific system of healing which is based upon the principles of nature's inherent power. It helps to maintain health or cure diseases through the five great elements of nature. These are Earth (Prithvi), Water (Jala), Air (Vayu), Fire (Agni) and Ether (Akash). Naturopathy is purely a therapy which relies totally upon the natural phenomenon. Above five elements, environment, food, exercise, diet, sunbath, fasting, pure air etc. are the natural elements which help humanity to remain fit and away from diseases or to fight diseases.
Homoeopathy is a completely rational system of medicine based on the law of “Similia Similibus Curentur” or like cures like. It is a science of healing based on nature’s law of cure. It was discovered by Dr Christian Samuel Hahnemann a german citizen in 1796, after repeated experiments of drugs proving on healthy human beings.
It is a rational system of treating disease by the administration of drugs which possess the power of producing similar sufferings (disease) in healthy human beings. Principles of homoeopathy advocate that “Treat the man in disease not disease in man”. Every case is individualized by taking the totality of symptoms.
There are certain Cardinal Principles of homoeopathy. These are-
Law of Similia Law of Simplex Law of Minimum Dose Law of Drug Dynamization Law of Drug Proving Theory of Vital Force Theory of Chronic Disease. 
The homoeopathic medicines are prepared from various sources like Plants, Animals, Minerals, Nosodes, Sarcodes & Impondarabilia.
In the modern era, The Homoeopathic Medical Colleges are imparting teaching according to the CCH curriculum & Dr S.R.R.A.U. Jodhpur in the course of B.H.M.S. where all modern concept regarding Man as a whole &the treatment is studied in detail. The product of these colleges is serving the suffering humanity honestly.
The Unani System of medicine originated in Greece. It was Hippocrates (the Greek Philosopher-physician 460-377 BC) who freed medicine from the clutches of superstition and magic and gave it the status of science. After Hippocrates, a number of other Greek scholars enriched the system considerably. 
The other name is Galen (131-210 AD), who stabilized its foundation, on which Arab physicians like Razes (850-925 AD) and Avicenna (980-1037 AD) constructed an imposing edifice. Unani medicine got enriched by imbibing what was best in the contemporary system of traditional medicine in Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Persia, India, China and other the Middle East and Far East countries. 
In India, the Unani System of medicine was introduced by the Arabs. Soon it took firm roots in the Indian soil. The Delhi Sultans, the Khiljis, the Tughlaqs and the Mughal Emperors provided state patronage to the scholars and even appointed scholars of the system as state employees and court physicians. The system received overwhelming responses from the masses and soon spread all over the country. 
With the advent of western medicine, it suffered a setback. But since the system enjoyed faith among the consumers, it continued to be practiced. An outstanding physician and scholar of Unani Medicine, Hakim Ajmal Khan (1868-1927) championed the cause of the Unani system in India. 
In Unani Medicine there are two aspects or principles that are very important; these are: 
1. The life force or thymos (also called pneuma by some authors)
2. The four vital essences or humor.