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“Rasa” is one among the five qualities of dravya (substance). The term “rasa” means taste or the perception of taste. Also the guna (quality) of the rasendriya is known as rasa (the rasa dhatu among the saptdhatus is distinct from this rasa) Rasa in dravya(substance) are known by their effects in our body.
 
“Rasa” is one among the five qualities of dravya (substance). The term “rasa” means taste or the perception of taste. Also the guna (quality) of the rasendriya is known as rasa (the rasa dhatu among the saptdhatus is distinct from this rasa) Rasa in dravya(substance) are known by their effects in our body.
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|Rasa
 
|Rasa
 
|Mahabhuta
 
|Mahabhuta
|Guna(property)
   
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|-
 
|Madhura
 
|Madhura
 
|Prithvi, jala(earth+water)
 
|Prithvi, jala(earth+water)
|Unctuous,heavy,cold
   
|-
 
|-
 
|Amla
 
|Amla
 
|Prithvi, tejas(earth+fire)
 
|Prithvi, tejas(earth+fire)
|Unctuous,light,hot
   
|-
 
|-
 
|Lavana
 
|Lavana
 
|Jala, tejas(water+fire)
 
|Jala, tejas(water+fire)
|Not very heavy,unctuous,hot
   
|-
 
|-
 
|Katu
 
|Katu
 
|Vayu, tejas(air+fire)
 
|Vayu, tejas(air+fire)
|Light,hot,dry
   
|-
 
|-
 
|Tikta
 
|Tikta
 
|Vayu, akasha(air+ether)
 
|Vayu, akasha(air+ether)
|Dry,cold,light
   
|-
 
|-
 
|Kashaya
 
|Kashaya
 
|Vayu, prithvi(air+earth)
 
|Vayu, prithvi(air+earth)
|Dry,cold,heavy
   
|}
 
|}
    
== Reference ==
 
== Reference ==
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