CONCEPT OF JEEVANMUKTI IN DARSHANA- A REVIEW
*Dr. Amrutha Sahni, Dr. Anagha V.G. and Dr. Vikram S.
Ayurveda is the life science got wide acceptance because of its unique approach towards every human being. As per Ayurveda every individuals are specific with their specific bodily and mental constitutions. Ayurveda always consider shareera and manas together when comes to treatment aspect. There mentioned four facts to be achieved in a human life known as purushartha chatushtayas. They are dharma artha, kama and moksha. Dharma stands for the righteous path through which one has to live his life. Artha stands for the economical wellness one has to have for his living. Kama includes the desirous actions of individual. Moksha is the ultimate aim of a life that is after attainment of moksha, there is no further sukha dukha bhava in that individual and the person attains blissfulness. But there is no much importance if one attains that state, after death. So in rasashastra, the special feild of Ayurveda which is incorporated in to every 8 branches of Ayurveda, there is mentioning of methods to achieve that eternal bliss during the lifespan of an individual itself. This is the basic principle of raseshwara darshana. Every science has some base from which they develop or progress further. Darshanas are one such base which helps to gain true knowledge, regarding a subject. Ultimately knowledge helps to attain jeeva sakshatkara, or moksha. Raseshwara darshana is one such darshana which is unique by its concept of achieving sajeevanmukti. Every darshana lays lights to achive mukthi in para loka, but attaining moksha when a person is alive is special. This is explained in raseshwara darshana.[Full Text Article]