JAMMU, July 3: Ayurveda aims at maintaining good health in human beings and it also cures diseases.
This was stated by Purnima Sharma, Deputy Mayor of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) while speaking at the valedictory ceremony of three day Ayurveda Parv at GGM Science College, Jammu where she was chief guest.
The guest of honour was Tamana Seth who reiterated the importance of Ayurveda in our day-to-day life especially to boost immunity.
Other guests who spoke on the occasion were Dr. Arshid Iqbal, Research Officer, Unani Kashmir; Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Consultant Physician, Yoga & Naturopathy, Central University, Jammu; Dr. Aditya Saha, Research Officer, RARI, Jammu and Dr. Swapnil A Kamble, Research Officer, Homoeopathy, Noida.
The function was presided over by general secretary of VSP & National Convenor of Ayurveda Parv, Manoj Jena.
The meeting was coordinated by Hardayal Khuswaha, National Coordinator and vote of thanks was given by Vivek Parihar, chief coordinator of Ayurveda Parv.
Vinoba Seva Pratisthan (VSP) with support from Union Ministry of AYUSH organised the event in association with Regional Ayurveda Research Institute, Jammu; Live for Others: Being Helpful Foundation; J& K Bargad and Gandhi Global Foundation, New Delhi. During the three day seminar, 45 papers were presented by various doctors, practitioners, professors, research officers and PG and UG students.
The seminar was coordinated by Dr. Poonam Mohod. The sessions were chaired by Subhash Sharma, Dr. Vipin Sharma, Dr. Sharad, Dr. Sudesh Gupta, Dr. Aaditya Shah and Dr. Minakshi Suri.
In technical session topics on Role of Panchkarma in Alopecia Areta, Healthy Life Style, Skin Disorders etc were discussed.
At the end some guests, research paper presenters and volunteers were felicitated.