The AYUSH Ministry of the Indian government has officially announced National Ayurveda Day on the occasion of Dhanvantari Divas or Dhanteras.
The year has been chosen a theme and decided that this year will be theme named as ‘Ayurveda for Prevention and Control of Diabetes.’
To celebrate the Ayurveda day, a national seminar on this theme has been organized. This event will be inaugurated by a group of government personalities such as Minister of State PMO and Central Minister.
The event will have the main guests who will preside the program are Shri Shripad Yesso Naik, Central union Minister of AYUSH and Dr. Jitendra Singh, State PMO, DoNER, DOPT.
The AYUSH Ministry will also launch ‘Mission Madhumeha through Ayurveda’, on this occasion. This is a part of a protocol for treating diabetic patients. The program is being conducted across the nation. Free medical camps will be set up nationwide to check and report the diabetic patients.
Ayurveda is taking up this program on a large scale in keeping view of the seriousness of the health issue. All the surveys and reports are suggesting that there are more growing concerns about the diabetic cases in the country and worldwide too.
Though there are many medicines in Allopathic and Homeopathic to encounter the growing disorder of Diabetics in humans, there is not yet permanent cure or the eradication medicine in them. But Ayurveda claims to do so with almost simple and less cost methodologies.
Ayurveda is considered to be one of the ancient methods of medical Science in India. Though there were not much medical researchers in the earlier stages, the section has improved a lot and the Indian government has taken enough measure to bring this into lime light. Government medical institutions and hospitals have been set up on a large scale.