Delegation of the Indian Ministry of health meets up with leading Maharishi Ayurveda representatives. A high-level delegation of Indian Government attended last Friday, 09 October 2009, the Maharishi Ayurveda clinic bad EMS. Thus, Mr. sh. S. Gandhiselvan, Minister for health of Indian Government, accompanied by wife Jalaja, Secretary General of AYUSH (Department of Ayurveda, yoga & naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and homeopathy) in the Ministry of health, and Mr. Dr. Sharma, Ayurveda Adviser to the Indian Government followed a recommendation by Mr.
Prof. Dr. Lavekar, Director-General of the Central Council of Ayurvedic research. He had already visited Germany in September officially and visited bad EMS, to get a personal impression of the development of Ayurveda in Germany. Source: Danny Meyer. Leading representatives of major German associations and companies under the umbrella name of Maharishi Ayurveda met with the Indian delegation, which currently leads talks with Ayurveda organisations in Germany.
In the was discussed primarily ways several hours meeting, to establish Ayurveda as an alternative, holistic medical system for health care. Other topics included ways to extend the scientific research on Ayurveda and training of doctors. Two years ago, the then Indian Minister of health, Mrs p Abaka Lakshmi, Welschneudorf had visited. Mayor Ottmar Canz was pleased about the continuous connection between the Indian Government and the Ayurveda clinic in bad EMS. He received the renewed delegation with a short welcome speech and a gift, and could also accept a gift in a warm atmosphere. After a tour of the clinic and various presentations, the representatives of the Indian Government organizations were impressed by the more than 25-year development of the Maharishi Ayurveda in Germany. With their final entry in the guestbook of the Ayurveda clinic brought this to the expression: it’s really remarkably, this organization how much Ayurveda (Maharishi Ayurveda, note’s note) made known and supported. u0085″After the visit the delegation to an Ayurveda Congress journeyed on to Baden Baden. Kerstin Boelsen, RADIUS media