Yoga and Ayurveda are interrelated branches that encompasses all of human life and the entire universe. Each has its unique place and function, but each overlaps into the other on various levels. Yoga and Ayurveda are two healing disciplines that are related to each other according to the Vedic literature in India.
The natural sciences practiced in these disciplines has made these very popular because of its unique and affordable healing methods that have least side effects. The popularity of them have only risen with time as the western culture have started to adopt these methods for living a healthier life style.
Since 2015, 21st June every year is observed as International Yoga day, as declared by the United Nations General Assembly in order to spread awareness about this spiritual science and the benefits associated with it.
This year, for the International Yoga Day, India’s largest Science-based Ayurveda company Dabur India Ltd has stepped up to organise series of Yoga Camps and free Health Camps across the country to popularise Yoga and Ayurveda and encourage the youth to embrace these ancient Indian traditions.
The Arogya camps are being organised jointly by Dabur and National Ayurveda Students & Youth Association (NASYA). The Camps will include live demonstrations on different asanas, in addition to Free Ayurveda Health camps.
“Worldwide, people have started adopting and appreciating the miracles of Yoga and Ayurveda in tackling lifestyle diseases. Dabur has taken the initiative to spread awareness among youth about the benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda through interactive discussions. The Arogya Camp is the latest step forward in this direction,” said Dr. J. L. N. Sastry, Head-Healthcare Research, Dabur India Ltd.
Dabur India Ltd Head-Ethical Marketing Dr. Durga Prasad added: “Yoga and Ayurveda have many similarities, and together help in effective management of lifestyle diseases. Dabur as the continuum of traditional Ayurveda and cutting-edge science strongly believes in passing on this knowledge to the younger generations which can take this heritage forward. The organisation has been doing its bit to promote and propagate the benefits of Ayurveda among students which will encourage young professionals to practice Ayurveda and take Goodness of Ayurveda across.”
The organisation has been hosting Health Camps across the country to reach out to the people across India and promote while serving the underprivileged communities. Besides offering free health check-ups to people, the organisation also provides Ayurvedic medicines, investigation and treatment to the underprivileged for free.
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