Among the ten chapters of Shareerasthana this book is depicted on Garbhavyakarana (On Anatomical description of Garbha). CCIM has initiated the portion of Garbhavyakaran in the syllabus of Sanskrit for BAMS degree course all over India, but no such book is available to teach the Samhita in ancient teaching method. The combination of shuddha shukra and shonita which assume a shape by soul, eight prakriti and sixteen vikriti in the uterus is called as garbha (foetus). Vyakarana means the development of the structure in a proper manner. Hence Garbhavykarana means the development of the structure of garbha in a proper manner. So understanding the development of garbha is possible when the structure has arranged in a proper manner (systematically). The object of the present work is to incorporate the Paninian Grammar to understand the Ayurvedic textbooks in a proficient manner. This work is attempted to provide a lucid ancient teaching method for the clear distinction and in a way to establish the usefulness of grammar in the interpretation of Ayurvedic textbooks.