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Nepal: 7th International Ayurveda Congress planned: Roadmap for Globalization of Ayurveda - March 2023, Kathmandu
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9 July 2022
SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDA CONGRESS
Roadmap for Globalization of Ayurveda
3 – 5 March 2023, Kathmandu, Nepal
The All India Ayurvedic Congress, New Delhi, the International Academy of Ayurved, Pune, and the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation, The Netherlands, supported by the Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation as the local host, have announced an invitation to the seventh International Ayurveda Congress, to take place from 3 to 5 March 2023 in Kathmandu, Nepal—for the first time in Asia.
Nepal is home to the Himalayas and bounteous ancient Vedic traditions and wonders. Among them is the world's largest Hindu Temple, Pashupatinath, located in the east of the Kathmandu Valley. Stunning views of the Himalayan Peaks can be seen from this ancient city.
Going centuries back, Nepal has a rich history of Ayurveda and to this day it is recognised as a core part of their culture and routine. Rare Ayurvedic medicines and herbs are also naturally growing throughout the Himalayan valleys.
The Congress will be a forum for international leading experts and professionals interested in Ayurveda, to expand their scope of knowledge — attend workshops on medical, herbal, pharma, engineering and science of Ayurveda — and discuss and debate topics relating to ideal health, prevention of chronic disorders, and natural approaches to the reversal of ageing.
Special emphasis will be laid on exchanging ideas for how to increase the acceptance and application of Ayurvedic methods all over the globe. The goal is to formulate a Roadmap for Globalization of Ayurveda in the following four areas:
∙ Establishing highest quality education and training in Ayurveda for medical practitioners as well as for the public in each country.
∙ Guiding the practice of various preventative approaches in Ayurveda and thereby detecting and correcting physiological imbalances in their early stages.
∙ Promoting scientific research on Ayurveda to showcase preventive and curative benefits in healthcare and encourage its global recognition.
∙ Ensuring global availability of authentic Ayurveda products by overcoming regulatory hurdles and implementing procedures to guarantee safety and purity.
Padmabhushan Vaidya Devendra Triguna
President, All India Ayurvedic Congress,
New Delhi, India
Prof. Dr. Subhash Ranade
Academy of Ayurved,
Dr. Rainer Picha
Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation,
All India Ayurvedic Congress (AIAC)
New Delhi, India www.ayurvediccongress.com
International Academy of Ayurved (IAA)
Pune, India www.ayurved-int.com
International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation (IMAVF)
Vlodrop, The Netherlands www.imavf.org
Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation
Kathmandu, Nepal maharishi.org.np
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