Thanks to Ayurveda's popularity, a strong opportunity awaits us, and we must not lose it. Youngsters are using a wide range of Ayurveda products. There's a growing consciousness to integrate Ayurveda with evidence-based medical science.
The WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine is a recognition of India's contribution and potential in this field. India takes this partnership as a huge responsibility for serving the entire humanity.
In India, we have had a great tradition of saints and hermits who evolved our indigenous healthcare systems, like Ayurveda, Yoga and Siddha. Over time, we also interacted with different civilizations and assimilated other systems of medicine as well. All these systems were based on the philosophy of “सर्वेभवन्तुसुखिन, सर्वेसन्तुनिरामयः”. That is, All should remain happy, and all should remain healthy.
Honorable Prime minister of India
Hon'ble Cabinet Minister Ministry of Ayush & Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways
Hon'ble Minister of State Ministry of Ayush & Ministry of Women and Child Development