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The paper must be formatted in Microsoft Word or Open Office in A4 size with 2 cm margins on all sides, single-spaced throughout, and include tables, graphs, and figures. The title should be 14-point font with bold face capitals. The manuscript's section headings must be in font size 12, bold face capitals. Each section's subtitles must be in font size 12, strong face lower case. Tables must be placed where they belong in the article. Table should be numbered and serially and should be made not more than 5 columns.

Types Of Manuscripts To Be Submitted

  • Editorial (Only for Editors or Invited Experts)
  • Original Research Article (Experimental study / Clinical study / Observational study)
  • Review Article (Literary review/Conceptual review)
  • Case Study (Case Report/ Case series)
  • Correspondence (Letters)
  • Book Review, Product Review, Metanalysis
  • E-Publication (News and comments, Future events, Conference Report)


Author Guidelines

  • Authors are asked to write their manuscripts in English in A4 size page with margins 2.5 cm from all four sides, Source Sans Pro font using a font size of 12. Page numbers included at bottom.
  • Ayurvedic terms and other Latin terms must be Italized and its equivalent English terminology should be mentioned in first instance in a bracket, for example: Urdhwaga Amlapitta (Non ulcer dyspepsia).
  • Total number of authors may be 01 to maximum 05., for multicentric clinical trials it may be more.
  • Headings in title case (not ALL CAPITALS), bold face capitals, single-spaced.
  • The references cited in the text should be after punctuation marks, in superscript with square bracket.
  • Standard International Units could be used throughout the text.
  • All named authors have agreed to its submission.
  • Authors have obtained permission from their employers or institution to publish, if they have a contractual or moral obligation to do so.


A title page should be at the beginning of every manuscript. 
On the first page, the title should be as brief as possible, providing accurate information about the contents, followed by the names of the author(s), affiliations (s), and institutional addresses.

Author Names: 
All authors' names must be listed below the title, with their complete names (surnames first). Author designations must include complete contact information such as address, phone number, and email address. The manuscript's Corresponding Author must be indicated with an asterisk (*) and mentioned first. In addition, at the bottom left of the title page, the corresponding author must include his or her entire mailing address, phone number, fax number, and email address.

The Abstract: 
Abstract should not be more than 250 words and be informative, completely self-explanatory, briefly present the topic, state the scope of the experiments, indicate significant data, important observations and conclusion. Standard nomenclature should use; abbreviations and references should be avoided.
Keywords: All the manuscripts should include maximum 5-6 keywords. 

Introduction :
Introduction should include background of the subject, earlier works carried out, signify the relationship with the proposed work and aims and objectives of this study.

Materials And Methods:
It should be comprehensive enough to allow for the replication of studies. All procedures should be thoroughly described. Diagnostic methods, for example, should be described in depth, as should the eligibility of the inclusion and exclusion criteria, the methodologies used in the study, as well as references to the established method, dosage, and route of administration.

Results And Discussion:
Wherever possible, the study's findings should be illustrated by figures or tables. The research should be self-explanatory, with adequate statistical analysis presented in the methods section.

The primary findings of the study will be summarised, emphasising their importance, relevance, and utility. The study's conclusions must provide a brief overview and recommendations for further research in the topic.

References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first cited in the text, in Vancouver style. The references in the text should be cited with a superscript number, such as [1], [2,3], [4-6], [7,8-10], and the numbers should be enclosed in square brackets. References cited exclusively in tables or figure captions should be numbered in the same order as the first identification in the table or figure's text. In the discussion and conclusion sections, avoid utilising abstracts as references and do not cite any sources.

Types of references style:

(A) Journals:
Bawane Vishnu. An open label clinical study to determine the Efficacy of Kshar-tail with Til-tail Uttarbasti as an alternative to Tuboplasty – a unique approach in the management of infertility related to Tubal block. Int J Ind Med 2021;2(10):1-6

Format: Authors. Article title. Journal title. Date of publication; Volume (Issue): Page no
Example: Books and Other Monographs

Format: Author. Title. Edition. Place of Publication; Publisher; Date of Publication. Page no

  • Singjhal GD. Susrutasamhita Vol. II (Sarira,Cikitsa, and Kalpasthana). Delhi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Pratishtahan; 2007. p. 429.
  • Sharma RK, Bhagwan Dash. Caraka Samhita (Eng. Translation) Vol. III (Chikitsasthana Chp. I-IV). Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Series Office; p. 3-4.
  • From Websites


  • Hypertension, Dialysis & Clinical Nephrology [homepage on the Internet]. Hinsdale (IL): Medtext, Inc.; c1995-2001 [cited 2001 Mar 8]. Available from: http://www.medtext. com/hdcn.htm
  • Tables
  • Tables should be typed in MS word table format (with rows and columns visible) and be numbered consecutively in numerals and bear a brief title in capital letters normal face and must cited in within the text. Abbreviations should be defined as footnotes in italics at the bottom of each table. Please do not duplicate material that is already presented in the tables.

(B). Review Articles: Reviews are systemic critical assessments of literature and data sources in a particular field. Usually, reviews are invited from researchers with considerable experience in the field concerned. The purpose of these manuscripts is to discuss in detail the existing state of knowledge, critical analysis of different opinions, and up-to-date developments on the subject of current interest.

(C). Book Reviews: Introduction, Author's recognition, Subject matter of book at a glance, Analysis of particular methodologies and techniques mentioned in the book, Chapter Discussion, Indices, Practical aspects, Demerits of the text, Conclusion.

(D). Case Reports: Clinical cases with unusual presentation of a disease as well as unreported adverse drug reaction cases can be submitted under this category. The authors must be able to provide a statement that the patient described in the case report has given their informed consent for the case report to be published. The case reports should include unstructured abstract, key words, introduction, case report, brief discussion and conclusion with references.

(E). Letter to the Editor/Correspondence: Comments on previously published articles in the International Journal of Ayurveda and Pharma Research or are relevant brief reports of preliminary data that can be published if they provide new insights. Letters must have a title.

Author(s) are fully responsible, if the submitted manuscript contains any such type fabrication, fraud, or plagiarism. If any objections or complaints regarding the submitted article, Chief Editor have full rights to modify or delete the whole or part of the written content even after publication also.

Plagiarism Policy:

Plagiarism is not tolerated in this journal. The journal is committed to protecting and promoting the authors' original work. Plagiarism is against quality, research, and innovation norms in manuscripts. As a result, all authors submitting works to journals should follow ethical guidelines and avoid plagiarism in any form. If an author is suspected of plagiarising in a submitted or published work, the journal will contact the author(s) and ask them to explain themselves within two weeks. If the author does not respond within the specified time frame, the paper will be summarised and rejected by the journal. The journal will deactivate all links to the full text article and remove the PDF file of the published manuscript from the website.  UGC Guidelines shall be followed for checking the plagiarism in the articles.

Manuscript Submission
Authors can submit their manuscript through Journal's email address: or you can submit directly from website.

Manuscript Review Process
Manuscripts submitted to the journal are initially reviewed by the Chief Editor, who determines whether the manuscript meets the requirements of the journal and is worth sending out for thorough review. After the review, the necessary changes and comments on the manuscript will be sent to the author within 7 working days from the time of submission. Even after the 1st review, if the requirements of the editor are not fulfilled, will go for 2nd review and so on.

Review Policy

All submitted articles are read by the editorial staffs. To save time for authors and peer-reviewers, only those papers that seem most likely to meet our editorial criteria are sent for double blind review. The editors then make a decision based on the reviewers' advice Accept with or without editorial revisions or reject. We therefore ask that reviewers should be willing to provide follow-up advice as requested.

Note: Authors are requested to send their articles strictly according to the given format mentioned in the guidelines to the authors. Confirmation of acceptance will be given once the author satisfies the comments and comply with the changes suggested. Confirmation about the acceptance of the manuscript will be sent to the Email address of the corresponding author.