Abstract
Ancient Ayurvedic texts such as the Charaka Samhitha and SushruthaSamhitha, which discuss various methods of examination such as Prathyaksha (sensual direct perception), Yukti (logic), Anumana (inference), etc. Under the general heading of Arishtalakshanas (Prognostic features), have greatly helped in making a diagnosis or speculating on a prognosis. The development of medical technology has completely changed how diagnoses are made, whether they are made today or in the past. In the past, doctors used their sense of touch, hearing, and sight to diagnose patients and determine their prognosis (Panchendriyapariksha). These Tools are replacing skills as a result of technological advancements. Information about "Indriyasthana" was gathered from historical Ayurvedic texts such as the Sushrutha Samhitha Sutrasthana and the Charaka Samhita. Google Scholar and Google Search were utilized to search electronic databases for pertinent studies and reviews published.Every bit of data was combined and contrasted. This unique old wisdom is re-examined using contemporary insights to emphasize the value of close observation and in-depth analysis. We will be able to determine the type and severity of disease more accurately when we integrate a comprehensive physical examination into our daily routine. This information will help determine future treatment plans. As a result, an effort has been made to comprehend Arishta Lakshana side as with ominous signs. The goal of this paper is to revive these lost skills and add to the current body of medical knowledge
Keywords: Arishta, Ayurveda, Prognostic features, ominous signs