Nepali & Indian scholars discuss Ayurveda for COVID-19
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On the occasion of 5th Ayurveda Day (Dhanwantari Jayanti), the Embassy of India in association with Ayurveda Campus, Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University organized a webinar AyurTalk 2020 on “Ayurveda for Covid-19” as well as an international essay competition on the same theme.
The Webinar was attended by about 200 participants from India, Nepal, and other countries. Panelists included 6 eminent speakers/Ayurveda practitioners from India and Nepal who shared their views and expertise.
On this occasion, Ambassador Vinay Mohan Kwatra delivered a video message highlighting the benefits and growing popularity of Ayurveda. Deputy Chief of Mission Ms. Namgya C Khampa, who attended the event, spoke about the growing consumption of Ayurvedic products like turmeric that are commonly known in homes of India and Nepal.
The event was also attended by Prof. Dr. Shiv Lal Bhusal, Rector of Tribhuvan University, and other leading academicians of the university. The winners of the International Essay The competition was also announced during the event.
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