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India: International conference honours Maharishi Ayurveda physician from Europe with lifetime achievement award
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27 July 2013
Dr. phil. Karin Pirc, medical director and co-founder of the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre Bad Ems, Germany, was honoured at RajAyuCon 2013, an international Ayurveda conference held this year in Gujarat, India.
Dr Pirc received a lifetime achievement award from the professors association called the Ayurveda Mission. It is the highest award given by the association, and was bestowed on Dr Pirc for her 25 years fulltime work treating more than 20,000 patients with Ayurveda.
In addition to her work with patients, Dr Pirc has written eight books and trained several hundred doctors in Maharishi Ayurveda* health care.
One of three experts in Maharishi Ayurveda based in Europe, who received honours at RajAyuCon 2013, Dr Pirc was invited to give a keynote address about scientific research on Panchakarma, the profound detoxification and regeneration programme of Ayurveda.
Dr Girish Momaya, Director of Maharishi Vedic University, Netherlands, was also honoured with an award. Dr Momaya gave an invited keynote address at the conference about Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's immeasurable contributions to the rise of Ayurveda in the world, and to creating a disease-free society through his Vedic Science and Consciousness-Based technologies.
Mr Lothar Pirc, co-founder of the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centre Bad Ems and General Secretary of EURAMA (European Ayurveda Medical Association), was invited to give an inaugural address to the conference and was seated on the stage with top government leaders and professors from India.
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* Ayurveda is the world's oldest and most comprehensive system of natural health care, which originated in the Vedic civilization of ancient India and is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as an effective health science. Maharishi Ayurveda represents the modern restoration by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi of the complete and authentic practice of Ayurveda as recorded in the Vedic texts.
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