Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Three-day global ayurveda summit from Dec 9

Malayala Manorama - India

Kochi: A three-day global Ayurveda summit, said to be the largest meet on Ayurvedic system of medicine and therapeutics, will commence here from December 9. Nearly 1000 delegates, including 100 from six countries--UK, Russia, South Korea, Italy, Brazil and Sri Lanka, will be participating in the summit, being organised as part of the birth centenary celebrations of Ashatavaidyan E T Neelakandhan Mooss, founder of Vaidyaratnam Group of institutions.

The summit will be inaugurated by Kerala Governor, R L Bhatia. State Health Minister K K Ramachandran master, will deliver the keynote address at the function, which will be presided over by Assembly speaker, Therambil Ramakrishnan. Scientists and research scholars from India's leading universities and academic institutions will be participating in the conference, Dr E T Neelakanta Mooss, managing director of the group, told a press meet here.

The organisers have received confirmation from 30 Ayurveda colleges in the country, including Gujarat Ayurveda University, Rajasthan university, Banaras Hindu University and National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, he said.

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