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Leading institutions organizing April 2015 International Ayurveda Conference in Holland
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5 August 2014
The International Ayurveda Conference to be held in April 2015 at Maharishi European Research University (MERU) in the Netherlands is being organized jointly by the International Maharishi Ayurveda Foundation for Health Professionals, the All India Ayurvedic Congress, and the International Academy of Ayurveda in Pune, India.
Please see Part I of this article: Holland: International Ayurveda Conference planned for April, 2015
The International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation is a global organisation representing all Maharishi AyurVeda trained health professionals worldwide. The foundation serves as a platform connecting and strengthening Maharishi AyurVeda health professionals and by doing so creating a strong, united voice of consciousness-based AyurVeda as well as contributing towards making AyurVeda an inherent part of the public health-care system.
Since its inception the All India Ayurvedic Congress has been working for the revival and advancement of Ayurvedic science and to have it accepted as the National System of Medicine. Its efforts in this direction have borne significant results in the form of establishment of the institutions such as the Central Council of Research in Ayurveda and Siddha in 1969, Central Council of Indian Medicine in 1971, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur in 1976, State Boards of Indian Medicine for registration of the Ayurvedic practitioners, parity in pay scales and equal status for Vaidyas (expert Ayurvedic physicians) in government service with their allopathic counterparts.
Last but not the least among these institutions is the establishment of Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth (RAV) established on 11 February 1988, with the main objective of promoting knowledge of Ayurveda.
The International Academy of Ayurveda (IAA) was established in 1996 under the dynamic leadership of Prof. Subhash Ranade and Dr. Sunanda Ranade. The main aim of the IAA is propagation of Ayurveda in India and abroad, providing Ayurvedic education to Indian as well as foreign students, and publication of Ayurvedic books. From 1996, IAA has trained over 700 students from various countries around the world at Pune. They have organized 6 National and 3 International Seminars on various topics.
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Global Good News will continue to feature more about the conference organization and other aspects of the International Ayurveda Conference in Holland, in April 2015.
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