<b>Ayurvedic Intervention in the Management of Post Operative Diabetic Foot Gangrene – A Case Study</b> Surgical procedures normally carry a risk of wound infection, excessive bleeding or tissue damage. Diabetes has higher risk of wound healing complications following surgery. Wound tends to require more time to heal due to poor blood circulation, nerve damage, or a compromised immune system. In such conditions, non healing wounds can lead to osteomyelitis, sepsis and even death also. Ayurvedic literature has given detailed explanations on wound management from its manifestation to the complete healing, shown good results in Non healing wounds. Acharya Sushruta, explained Shodana purification , Ropana healing procedures for wounds with Ayurvedic formulations includes Panchavalkala Kashaya and Jatyadi Taila. This is a case of 45 years old male, diabetic presented with the complains of non healing wound on 5th right toe with swelling, discharge, foul smell and blackish discoloration of skin, diagnosed as diabetic foot gangrene. Ray’s amputation done and post operative wound management was carried under Ayurvedic treatment procedures. Significant improvement seen in wound healing within a short period. In this case Panchavalaka Kashaya and Jatyadi Taila show its Shodhana and Ropana properties. Diabetes, Foot gangrene, Ayurvedic treatment, Panchavalkala Kashaya, Jatyadi Taila 515-520 Issue-1 Volume-3 Basavaraj Chanda | Vislavath Srikanth | Gopikrishna | Prasanna N Rao