The National Ayurveda Day is celebrated every year on the occasion of Dhanwantari Jayanti (Dhanteras). This year Ayurveda Day is being observed in October 2020 in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Ayurveda is perceived as one of the most ancient and well-documented system of medicine equally relevant in modern times. Its holistic approach whether for healthy individuals or for diseased ones remains unparalleled. Prevention of disease and promotion of health is the main aim of Ayurveda. Lord Dhanvantari is considered as a divine creator of Ayurveda. He is conferred with the virtues of granting health and wealth. Therefore, Dhanvantari Jayanti was preferred for the celebration of Ayurveda Day to nationalize this system of medicine which can prove to be a cornerstone for its ultimate globalization.
Objectives of Ayurveda Day
An attempt to further promote Ayurveda into mainstream. Focus on the strengths of Ayurveda and its unique treatment principles. Reduce the burden of disease and related morbidity and mortality by utilizing the potential of Ayurveda. Exploring the potential of Ayurveda to contribute towards National health policy & National Health programs. Create a sense of awareness in today's generation and promote Ayurvedic principles of healing in society.
The silhouette of lord Dhanwantari in the centre of the logo represents the lord of Medicine. The five petals in the logo symbolize Pancha Mahabhuta and three circles beneath signify Vata, Pitta, Kapha, the fundamental principles of Ayurveda. An oval leaf encircling the elements depicts the essence of healing through Nature-based on these fundamental principles.
6-7 am Sydney time
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