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Ayurveda is one among the outstanding contribution of Brahma, dealing with diseases and terminate the suffering of humanity. In Ayurveda Acharya charka and Acharya Sushrut explained the concept of janapadodwans ragas. In the modern era, thousands of harmful toxins are present in the atmosphere and are inhaled by human beings. A natural disaster is a tragic incidence originating from environmental, geological and hydrological changes. It increases mortality and morbidity due to infectious disease. A pandemic is a global unfold of a new disease. The Spread of novel corona virus-SARS-Cov-2 used to be formally described through the world fitness business enterprise (WHO) on 11 March 2020 due to its surprising emergence and enlargement round the world our Acharyas has defined this pandemic condition due to contamination of soil, air, food and water. This causes infectious diseases in society. Human civilization has successfully fought with many infectious ailments due to allopathic drug remedy. Western allopathic medication presently tends to focus on symptoms and disease, mainly uses drugs and surgery however drugs due to the fact of their toxicity regularly weaken the physique however in accordance to Ayurveda if the body’s herbal protection device is strong then can more easily defend against disease. Hence in case of Covid-19 dreadful infectious disease in addition to Allopathic medicine, we should provide immunity-boosting modalities mentioned in the ancient texts of Ayurveda. In present no proper treatment available for covid-19; hence by comparing this pandemic condition to covid-19, we can study the positive factors and treat the patient according to Janapadodwans concept describing Ayurveda.

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Communicable diseases Infectious Janapadodwansa Natural disaster

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Kanchan Vishwanath Gaidhani, & Sonali Pandurangrao Chalakh. (2020). Covid-19 is a Janapadodwans Vyadhi in Ayurveda- A Review. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(SPL1), 1363-1366. https://doi.org/10.26452/ijrps.v11iSPL1.3642