Sponsored by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, Ayurveda Mahaparv- 2023 of All India Ayurveda Mahasammelan witnessed hundreds of people taking advantage of free consultation on the third day at Shri Dhanvantri Ayurvedic College and Hospital Sector- 46 Chandigarh on Wednesday. Addressing the gathering, Punjab Health Minister Dr Balbir Singh said that it would be possible to provide complete health to the 135 crore people of India only with the coordination of Ayurveda and Modern medicine.
Now the time has come when the practitioners of Modern medicine and Ayurveda will have to unite and be ready to serve the people of the country. Singh further said that Ayurveda is the art of living. Ayurveda will be promoted at Mohalla Clinics and Wellness Centers in the State, he added.
Addressing the gathering, Vaidya Dr Rakesh Sharma, Director, All India Ayurveda Mahasammelan highlighted the importance of Ayurveda and said that people were benefited from Ayurveda medicines.
Ayurveda scholars from all over the country kept churning on the Ayurveda festival for 3 days and emphasized on the need for extensive research and random studies in Ayurveda.
Programme spokesperson Dr Geeta Joshi that during three- day -long Ayurveda festival, emphasis was laid on the new research work being done in Ayurveda and the need to do more work on medicines.