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31 March 2017
SECOND INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDA CONGRESS
Ayurveda — The Pursuit of Health, Happiness and Long Life
Through Prevention-Oriented Health Care
Time-Tested, Scientifically Verified Solutions For the Health Problems of Our Time
1 - 2 April 2017, London
Special Congress Extension, Monday 3 April
All India Ayurvedic Congress, New Delhi; International Academy of Ayurved, Pune; and International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation, The Netherlands are welcoming health professionals, Ayurvedic scholars, and researchers from India and around the world in London this weekend, at the Second International Ayurveda Congress.
The Congress has attracted more than 80 leading speakers—experts and researchers in the various fields of Ayurveda. Internationally renowned scholars will be keynote speakers at the Congress and will present scientifically verified solutions to showcase the effectiveness of Ayurveda towards fulfilling the human pursuit of health, happiness and long life.
Organizers are pleased to announce that the Minister of AYUSH* of the Government of India, His Excellency, Minister Shripad Yesso Naik, will attend, along with a high level delegation from the Ministry.
A special Congress extension is planned for 3 April, including a session on Establishing Ayurveda Globally: strategy and planning with the Ministry of AYUSH and Ayurveda leaders from India and throughout the world. This will be followed by a Global Maharishi Ayurveda Summit with leaders in this field from many countries, chaired by Dr Tony Nader, MD, PhD, Patron of the Congress.
''We are delighted that this special Congress is bringing so many leading experts in Ayurveda to London, and all of us are most honoured that we will be joined by India's Minister for AYUSH, His Excellency, Shripad Yesso Naik. Our principal aim is to bring Ayurveda into more widespread use worldwide, and to ease the pressure in modern health systems by adding a focus on the effective prevention of imbalance and disease.'' — Dr Tony Nader, MD, PhD, MARR
Learn more about:
∙ Congress speakers and programme
∙ Public Talks and Health Fair: Concurrent programme on 'Ayurveda - Natural Health Care for Everyone'
By demonstrating that Ayurveda is holistic, authentic, and reliable, the Congress will offer a cost-effective and easy-to-implement system of natural health care, which is prevention-oriented and promotes both individual and collective health. Ayurveda, in fact, offers the ideal solution to the current crises in modern health care systems that are based solely on western medicine. It has the potential to create self-sufficiency in health care for all nations and ultimately a disease-free society.
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A unique feature of this Congress is the integration of consciousness-based ayurvedic modalities and an exploration of the application of mind-body integration techniques.
In addition to Congress plenary and parallel sessions, the schedule will feature:
∙ lectures open to the general public
∙ a trade fair for Ayurvedic and natural healthcare products
∙ a Maharishi Gandharva Veda concert (finest of Indian Classical musicians)
∙ a Thames River evening cruise.
See also previous article in this series:
Second International Ayurveda Congress to be held in London: 1-2 April 2017
* Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy
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