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Essential that we don’t lose knowledge of Ayurveda says public health expert Prof Jon Wardle

Multiple celebrations around Ayurveda Day took place in Sydney which is celebrated each year on Dhanteras (the birth anniversary of the Hindu God of Medicine Dhanawantari).

Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre in Sydney [part of Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR)] recently celebrated Ayurveda Day in Sydney.

The event saw talks by Prof Jon Wardle, Professor of Public Health and Director of National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine, Souther Cross University and Nick Irani Director of Operations and Brand Development, Subtle Energies at the Consulate General of India in Sydney.

Speaking with The Australia Today Prof Wardle said that it was essential that we don’t lose knowledge of Ayurveda as a lot of our new knowledge comes from that.

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Prof Jon Wardle speaking with Pallavi Jain

Nick Irani told us about aromatherapy in Ayurveda and mentioned herbs like turmeric, tulsi, mogra and jatamansi.

Nick Irani speaking with Pallavi Jain

Following this there was another celebration around Ayurveda Day organised by Dr. Naveen Shukla, President of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA).

The event was attended by distinguished guests, including former Lord Mayor and Councillor Sameer Pandey, Deputy Mayor Sandhya Reddy, and former Deputy Mayor and Councillor Barbara Ward at PHIVE Parramatta on 23rd November.

The event, presided over by Dr. Naveen Shukla, featured an array of discussions and presentations by experts in the field of Ayurveda. Keynote Speaker, Prof. Dennis Chang, Director of NICM gave insights into the pivotal role of Ayurveda in modern lives.

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Dr. Shukla himself shed light on the importance of Ayurveda Day, emphasizing the deep-rooted significance of this ancient holistic science in today’s world. The history of AAA and Ayurveda was presented by Dr. Vishal Sharma, highlighting the association’s journey.

Among the speakers were Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma, who explored the wonders of turmeric, showcasing its benefits. Dr. Rafeena Kidavintavida elucidated on well-being in Ayurveda, providing a comprehensive understanding of holistic health practices. The global perspective on Ayurveda was presented by Dr. Dilip Gosh, offering insights into its globalization and universal relevance.

The Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA) is an organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the ancient science of Ayurveda in the Australasian region. AAA aims to foster a deeper understanding and integration of Ayurvedic principles for holistic health and well-being.

Ayurveda Day is celebrated each year on Dhanawantari Jayanti or Dhanteras (the birth anniversary of the Hindu God of Medicine Dhanawantari). The day falls on the Trayodashi (thirteenth day) of Krishna Paksha (waning moon) in the Kartik month (eight month) of the Hindu Calender, two days before Diwali.

Disclaimer: All content in the article is for general information only. For any information related to Ayurveda please consult your health professionals.

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