Ayurvedic Research Work: Shortcomings and Solutions

Any research work becomes valid and widely accepted when it is published in peer review journals. Documentation and publication of research findings is the main issue faced by Ayurveda in the global arena. During last two decades, use of Ayurveda

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India Expo Centre & Mart to host WAAYN 2019

India Exposition Mart Ltd. is organising the 1st World Assembly on Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy (WAAYN) in 2019 at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida. The WAAYN will unite the best of the Natural Medicine Experts and Academic Institutions

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Popularity and superficiality of Ayurveda

During this century, there was a large spread of Ayurvedic treatments for sensuous appeasement directed towards leisure and holidays. This however is not the spread of authentic wisdom of Ayurveda in its multidimensional form. I was always impressed by Charaka’s

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AYUSH ministry objects to HUL’s AYUSH brand

New Delhi: Government of India has raised objections to the use of AYUSH as a trademark, said Shripad Yesso Naik, Union Minister of State in-charge for Ayush The objection is based on the contention that the abbreviation for the ministry’s

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IHE successfully hosts a special session on Wellness Tourism

Greater Noida: To propagate and promote the benefits of Wellness Tourism International Hospitality Expo’ 2018 successfully hosted a dedicated session on the theme ‘Opportunities for Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy in Wellness  Tourism’ held on August 11, 2018 at India Expo

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States use just 38 per cent Ayush funds in 3 years

New Delhi: State governments have not shown a keen interest in the Centre’s agenda to push for the national Ayush mission promoting the Indian traditional systems of medicine. Only Uttar Pradesh has fully utilized the funds allocated under the mission

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