Janakpurdham, Nov 9: A three-day International Ayurveda Conference kicked off in Janakpurdham of Dhanusha.
The conference, held at Janakpurdham-based Mahendra Narayan Nidhi Culture Centre, commenced with an inaugural ceremony featuring remarks from Swami Ananda Aruna, who highlighted the potential of Ayurvedic treatment systems in addressing global health challenges. He urged the government to prioritize Ayurveda in healthcare.
Swami Ananda Aruna emphasized that Nepal, with its rich history of Vedic religion, traditions, and Ayurveda, offers a valuable resource to the world. He encouraged the utilization of traditional treatment systems and Nepal’s abundant herbal resources to benefit both the nation and humanity at large.
A message conveying the best wishes of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ was also read out during the event.
The conference has drawn approximately 600 participants from 17 countries worldwide. The workshop aims to explore the relevance of Ayurveda in modern medical science and to discuss research and investigations in the field of Ayurvedic science, as noted by Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh, the coordinator of the conference coordination committee.