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Kalpa in the Physiology
According to the research of Professor Tony Nader, in Human Physiology: Expression of
Veda and the Vedic Literature, 4th Edition, Maharishi Vedic University, Vlodrop,
Holland, 2000,
Kalpa is represented in the physiology by the various structures in the brain
that together constitute the limbic system.
The following excerpts are taken from Anatomy of the Human Body, 20th Edition, Henry
Gray and Warren Lewis, Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, 1918, pp. 746-869.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Limbic System
3
Part II: The Septum Pellucidum, Fornix, and Hippocampus in relation to the Lateral Ventricles
6
Part III: The Limbic System in relation to the four main lobes of the brain
20
G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatras
Part IV: Fimbria correlated with\u00ccshval\u0152yana G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra

22
Part V: Prosubiculum, Subiculum, and Presubiculum correlated to Khadira, K\u0152thaka and
Kaush\u00b4taka G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatras

23
Part 6: Parahippocampal Gyrus correlated with M\u0152nava G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra
23
Part 7: Hippocampal Gyrus correlated with P\u0152raskara G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra
24
Part 8: Dentate gyrus correlated with the Baudh\u0152yana G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra
25
Part 9: Alveus correlated with the Kaushika G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra

26
Part 10: Fasciolar Gyrus (called fasciola cinerea in the book) correlated with the Hira\u00f6yakesh\u00b4ya
G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra

27
Part 11: Entorhinal cortex correlated with the V\u0152r\u0152ha G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra
28
Part 12: Prorhinal cortex correlated with the Gobhila G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra
28
Part 13: Periamygdaloid cortex correlated with the Agniveshya G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra

28
Part 14: Mossy fibre pathway, Schaeffer collateral pathway and perforant fibre pathways
correlated to Sh\u0152nkh\u0152yana, V\u0152dh\u00aala and Jaimin\u00b4 G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatras

28
Part 15: The alvear pathway correlated to the Bh\u0152radv\u0152ja G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra
28
Part 16: Indusium griseum (or supracallosal gyrus) correlated to the\u00ccpastamba G\u00a8ihya S\u00aatra

29
Part 17: The medial and longitudinal striae correlated to the Vaikh\u0152nasa and Kauthuma G\u00a8ihya
S\u00aatra

30
Shrauta S\u00aatras
Part 18: Mammillary body correlated to the Sh\u0152nkh\u0152yana Shrauta S\u00aatra
31
Part 19: Diagonal band correlated to the\u00ccpastamba Shrauta S\u00aatra
32
Part 20: Amygdaloid complex correlated with Mashaka Shrauta S\u00aatra

32
Part 21: Medial and lateral septal nuclei correlated with Kaushika and Vait\u0152na
Shrauta S\u00aatra

32
Part 22: Anterior commissure correlated with the Hira\u00f6yakesh\u00b4ya Shrauta S\u00aatra
33
Part 23: Medial Forebrain bundle correlated with the V\u0152dh\u00aala Shrauta S\u00aatra
33
Part 24: Anterior nucleus of thalamus correlated with M\u0152nava Shrauta S\u00aatra
33
Part 25: Stria medullaris correlated with Bh\u0152radv\u0152ja Shrauta S\u00aatra
33
Part 26: Habenular nucleus correlated with Dr\u0152hy\u0152ya\u00f6a Shrauta S\u00aatra
34
Part 27: Stria terminalis correlated with Bh\u0152radv\u0152ja Shrauta S\u00aatra

35 Part 28: Interpeduncular nuclei (called interpeduncular ganglion in the book) correlated with V\u0152r\u0152ha Shrauta S\u00aatra

36
Part 29: Mammilothalamic Tract (called the bundle of Vicq d'Azyr in the book) correlated with
K\u0152ty\u0152yana Shrauta S\u00aatra

39
Part 30: Substantia innominata correlated with Laug\u0152kshi Shrauta S\u00aatra
40
Part 31: Fornix correlated with\u00ccshwal\u0152yana Shrauta S\u00aatra

41
Part 32: Medial and lateral dorsal nuclei correlated with the Jaimin\u00b4ya Shrauta S\u00aatra and the
Nid\u0152na S\u00aatra

45
Part 33: Hypothalamic nuclei correlated with Baudh\u0152yana Shrauta S\u00aatra
46
Part 34: Fasciculus retroflexus correlated with the Vaikh\u0152nasa Shrauta S\u00aatra
49
Part 35: Mammillotegmental tract correlated to the Anup\u0152da Shrauta S\u00aatra
49
Shulba S\u00aatras
Part 36: Subcallosal gyrus correlated to the K\u0152thaka Shulba S\u00aatra
50
Part 37: Paraterminal gyrus correlated to the Hiranyakesh\u00b4ya Shulba S\u00aatra
51
Part 38: Cingulate gyrus correlated to the Baudh\u0152yana Shulba S\u00aatra
52
Part 39: Orbito-frontal gyrus 1, 2 and 3 correlated to V\u0152r\u0152ha, V\u0152dh\u00aala and M\u0152nava Shulba S\u00aatras
53
Part 40: Gyrus rectus correlated to\u00ccpastamba Shulba S\u00aatra
54
Part 41: Anterior perforated substance correlated to K\u0152ty\u0152yana Shulba S\u00aatra
55
Dharma S\u00aatras
Part 42: Pyriform cortex of parahippocampal gyrus correlated to Vish\u00f6u Dharma S\u00aatra 56
Part 43: Anterior olfactory nucleus correlated to Vasishtha Dharma S\u00aatra
56
Part 44: Olfactory tract correlated to\u00ccpastamba Dharma S\u00aatra
57
Part 45: Olfactory bulb correlated to Hiranyakesh\u00b4ya Dharma S\u00aatra
57
Part 46: Olfactory tubercule correlated to Gautama Dharma S\u00aatra
58
Part 47: Olfactory striae correlated to Vaikh\u0152nasa Dharma S\u00aatra
58
Part 48: Parts of the amygdaloid complex correlated to the Baudh\u0152yana Dharma S\u00aatra 58

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