Indian Ayurveda will ring in the world

 There is a saying that there is no use of the knowledge which is kept only in books and there is no use of the life which is lived only for oneself. Now it is the resolve of the new India to make new efforts through its ancient knowledge and take the people of India and everyone in the world on the path of health. How this can be done through our ancient knowledge "Ayurveda", today we will know about this…

Centuries old Indian culture has given many precious gifts to the world

The centuries-old Indian culture has given many precious gifts to the world. “Yoga” and “Ayurveda” are also two unique gifts from India to the whole world to lead a healthy and happy life. Yoga is an invaluable treasure of the glorious Indian tradition. Yoga unites body, mind and soul. Yes, Yoga is a journey from illness to wellness. The history of yoga in India is very ancient, but in the last few years, yoga has shown a new direction to the whole world by erasing the boundaries. In view of the widespread importance of yoga, which is considered the basis of healthy living, the United Nations General Assembly announced on '11 December 2014' that the day of 21 June will be celebrated as Yoga Day all over the world.

During that time PM Modi had said in the United Nations General Assembly, “Yoga is our ancient traditional invaluable gift. Yoga is the embodiment of the unity of mind and body, of thought and action, of restraint and achievement, and of harmony between man and nature. With these words, PM Modi took a step towards starting an 'International Yoga Day'. Since then it is being celebrated every year.

While Yoga is the path to peace, “the way to know oneself”, Ayurveda is the best way to lead a disease-free life. Evidence of Ayurveda is found from the earliest period of human civilization. Ayurvedic medicines and herbs have a long history of curing ailments. With the changing times, many countries of the world have started to understand and accept its importance. Many branches of Indian Ayurveda have opened abroad.

Ayurveda is as popular as India in SAARC countries

In the countries of the South Asian Cooperation Organization (SAARC), Ayurveda is as popular and trusted as India. Apart from this, the number of Ayurvedic hospitals in Europe and Africa is increasing and Ayurveda is also becoming a part of the curriculum. Not only this, Ayurvedacharyas of India are going to different countries and giving training. Action plans of the Ministry of AYUSH towards enrichment of traditional systems of medicine are also playing an important role in making Ayurveda recognized worldwide. Research work related to Ayurveda is being done all over the world. Due to which its authenticity is getting a new dimension. The new heights that Yoga and Ayurveda are getting in the global world are very pleasant.

Ayurveda can play a vital role in raising awareness among the general public about the need and importance of living a disease free, healthy and long life, both physically and mentally. From plants to your plate, from physical strength to mental health, the impact and impact of Ayurveda and traditional medicine is enormous.

First WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine to be built in India

In this series, WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine is going to be established in India to promote the traditional medicine sector in the country. The Union Cabinet chaired by PM Modi has signed a Host Country Agreement between the Government of India and the World Health Organization (WHO).

World's first global outposted center of traditional medicine

Approval has been given to the establishment of WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine (WHO GCTM) in Jamnagar, Gujarat. WHO GCTM will be set up at Jamnagar under the Ministry of AYUSH. It will be the first and only outposted global center (office) for traditional medicine in the world. The WHO GCTM will provide leadership in all global health matters related to traditional medicine as well as support member states in shaping traditional medicine research, practices and various policies related to public health.

With the initiative of PM Modi, the whole system of health will become a witness to a big change.

It may be recalled that Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization had announced the establishment of WHO GCTM in India on the occasion of 5th “Ayurveda Day” on November 13, 2020 in the presence of PM Modi. Now another step has been taken in the same sequence. For this, the Ministry of AYUSH has collaborated with WHO on several fronts to develop important documents in terms of training and practice of Ayurveda and Unani systems, introducing the second module in the Chapter of Traditional Medicine of International Classification of Diseases-11 and developing apps like M-Yoga. and the International Pharmacopoeia of Herbal Medicine (IPHM) and other research studies etc.

Ayurveda is the best way to live a disease free life

Traditional medicine i.e. Ayurveda is a major pillar of the health care delivery system and plays a vital role in maintaining good health and well being. Safe and effective traditional medicine will play a vital role in ensuring that all people have access to quality essential health care services and access. Access to safe, effective and affordable essential medicines.

At the same time, the world has reached very close to 2030, the important 10-year target for the Sustainable Development Goals. The WHO-GCTM will regulate, integrate traditional medicine in the respective countries and identify the various challenges faced by countries in the future. The upcoming WHO GCTM and several other initiatives in collaboration with WHO will help India to establish its dominance in the field of traditional medicine across the world.

Traditional medicine sector will get a boost in the country

This step of the Government of India will give a big boost to traditional medicine in the country. With the help of WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine, work like developing criteria, standards and guidelines in relevant technical areas, tools and methodologies to collect data undertaking analytics and impact assessment on Ayurveda in the country. In addition, the concept of WHO TM Informatics Center will be ensured in collaboration with existing TM data banks, virtual libraries and academic and research institutions.

Simultaneously, work will be undertaken to develop specific capacity building and training programs in areas of relevance and conduct training programs on campus, residential, or web-based, and through partnerships with the WHO Academy and other strategic partners.

Potential to make a significant contribution to Ayurveda

Ayurveda has the potential to make a significant contribution in reducing the burden of non-communicable diseases in India. There is an urgent need to raise awareness about the power of Ayurveda treatment as India has a rich resource for plant-based medicines along with an ancient glorious history of the practice of Ayurveda.

Nothing is more relevant to nutrition than Ayurveda

ts importance has been reflected across the country with the inclusion of Ayurveda as a part of the biology subject in JNU as well. Important documents and films were also released. It is hoped that this will greatly benefit the general public in maintaining their health and well being. The Central Government is committed to its mission to establish Ayurveda as the most reliable and effective treatment in the field of non-communicable diseases.

Growing global interest in Ayurveda

After the corona epidemic, the demand for India's ancient medical systems is increasing rapidly in the world. People have become serious about their health. The increasing global interest towards Ayurveda is also the fruit of the efforts of all the people working on Ayurveda all over the world. In fact, during the time of Corona, the people associated with Ayurveda had helped the common people all over the world. In Ayurveda, many herbs have been told to increase the immunity of humans, about which people were made aware during that time. It proved to be very helpful for the people. Yes, Ayurveda can be described as a holistic anthropology. From plants to your plate, from physical strength to mental health, the impact and impact of Ayurveda and traditional medicine is enormous.

Why is Yoga and Ayurveda necessary for us?

In earlier times, it was necessary for yogis to have knowledge of Ayurveda to stay healthy and Ayurveda Vaidyas needed to know about yoga because they used to tell their patients about yoga. Both Ayurveda and Yoga are disciplines that can tackle the current challenges very well. Not only this, they can also contribute a lot to the health of the world. It is not just the science of health. It is a kind of science of life science. There have been very intense discussions within Ayurveda and Yoga regarding how we can be healthy and safe in our lives.

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