Wellness Tourism

Ayurved Sutra | Special Issue | Vol. 5 | Issue 09 & 10 Rejuvenation Double Issue  | On the Cover : Wellness Tourism

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National Ayurveda teachers conference held on August 19

Pune: Ayurveda Academics Affiliation saw a countrywide Ayurveda teachers meeting on August 19 at Rajiv Gandi E-mastering academy auditorium in the metropolis. Some of the significant subjects talked over were want of Ayurveda trainer association, how to strengthen high-quality of

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Arya Vaidya Sala comes forward to salvage Ayurveda

Malappuram: Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal has begun a campaign to counter the misconceptions about Ayurveda. The campaign titled ‘Ayurvedathe Ariyuka’ began at Manjeri, evoking enthusiastic response from the people. It was a recent interactive session held at Kochi’s Changampuzha Park

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Improving the Quality of Education in AYUSH Sector

There are two important things to improve the quality of education in AYUSH system. One is educational infrastructure and other one is content. When we are talking about educational infrastructure, we expect all resources to develop and deliver educational programming,

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Homoeopathy Education in India and Challenges

The word Homoeopathy is derived from Greek words ‘Homoeo’ meaning similar and ‘Pathos’ meaning suffering. The system was invented by Dr Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), a German physician, pharmacist and author, born in Meissen, Germany who had become dissatisfied

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