New Delhi: In the run-up to the ‘Ayurveda Day’ celebrations, bikers rallies are being organized by the Ministry of Ayush tomorrw in 11 cities across the country with the message ‘Ayurveda for One Health’. The cities chosen for these rallies are New Delhi, Lucknow, Nagpur, Chennai, Jaipur, Patiala, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Thiruvananthapuram, and Ahmedabad.
The rallies have been scheduled from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on November 5, 2023. These rallies are meant to give the message to the youth across the country that Ayurveda is essential for the health of children, teenagers, youth, and the general public.
The main objective of these rallies is to connect the youth across the country with the global message of Ayurveda Day ‘Ayurveda for One Health’ and to promote the rich heritage of Ayurveda and the holistic approach of Ayurveda for public wellbeing.
Sarbananda Sonowal, Union Minister of Ayush, said that the future of a strong and healthy India can be created by connecting the youth with the ‘Ayurveda for One Health’ campaign.
The main event of ‘Ayurveda Day’ will be held in Panchkula, Haryana on November 9-10, 2023. The purpose of organizing ‘Ayurveda Day’ is to take India’s thousands of years old Ayurvedic medical culture to the global stage and to make Ayurveda a part of the lifestyle of common people all over the world.
The month-long celebrations to commemorate the eighth ‘Ayurveda Day’ have three major components — Ayurveda for students, Ayurveda for farmers, and Ayurveda for public health.
“These bikers’ rallies in various cities will certainly motivate the youth to adopt Ayurveda and other traditional medicine systems of the country,” Sonowal said. In Delhi, a group of 20 specially-abled bikers will also join the rally to show their commitment to Ayurveda and other traditional systems of medicine in the country.
The director of CARI (Central Ayurveda Research Institute), New Delhi will flag off the rally of more than a hundred fifty young bikers in Delhi. The rally will start from Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI), Punjabi Bagh at 8 a.m. pass through Motibagh to Jakira, and return to CARI.
Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI) Delhi and Patiala, National Ayurveda Research Institutes (RARI) in Lucknow, Nagpur, Jaipur, Vijayawada, Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad, Dr. A. Lakshmipathy National Ayurveda Research Institute and Capt. Srinivas Murthy Central Ayurveda Research Institute, Chennai, and NIMH (National Institute of Medical Heritage) Hyderabad are organizing these rallies with the support of young bikers groups of these cities.
– global bihari bureau