Saturday, December 11, 2010

Karnataka State can look forward to Ayurveda university.

BANGALORE: To strengthen the ayurvedic system of medicine, chief minister B S Yeddyurappa 
said an ayurveda university will be set up in Karnataka soon with the Centre's support. Besides, 
an all-India institute of ayush will be established at the cost of Rs 10 crore. 
"Other innovative methods have been planned to develop infrastructure, but I can't elaborate 
because of the poll code of conduct," the CM said. 

Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said Indian government officials have to educate 
European lawmakers not to prevent free flow of ayurveda. At least 30% suffer from depression in 
that continent, and it will rise to 50% in the coming days. "There is a need to develop organic and 
quality herbs. A comprehensive plan should include environmentalists to develop organic and 
natural farming methodology. Ayurvedic science should spread to all countries in the world," Sri Sri said. 

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