01 July 2022 01:11


Zee Hindustan organized Aarogyam to promote Ayurveda in the national capital

Zee Hindustan, one of the largest news networks conducted an event – Aarogyam, to reaffirm the importance of healthcare and celebration of the ancient science of Ayurveda.

The event was conducted to engage with biggest names in Ayurveda and top doctors of the country to reaffirm the importance of healthcare infrastructure in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic, and other health emergencies.

Furthermore, the experts shared their views on best practices and success stories of strengthening the healthcare system to combat COVID-19 and its new variant Omicron. The conclave saw over 100 attendees and included three panel discussions where the experts promoted Ayurveda and its benefits. They elaborated on disciplined daily routines such as early sleeping, morning readings, oil baths, healthy diet, intake of Ayurveda tonics, etc.

The event was graced by the honorable Minister Mansukh Mandviya, Health and Family Welfare, Chemicals and Fertilizers; Swami Chidanand Saraswati, President and Spiritual Head of Parmarth Niketan Ashram; Prof. Dr. Tanuja Nesari, Director of All India Institute of Ayurveda, Dr. DS Rana, Chairman, Sir Gangaram Hospital and Dr. SK Sarin, Director of Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences.

While talking about role of primary health care in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic Mansukh Mandaviya, Minister for Health and Family and Chemicals and Fertilizers, Govt. of India said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a pledge to strengthen the health care system of our country. Keeping with this commitment, we launched the Ayushman Bharat scheme to promote equitable recovery and boost healthcare system’s resilience. Through this scheme, we have served over 50 million people. Our vaccination campaign, research and development of the vaccines have been praised all over the world.”

On the closure of the conclave, Shamsher Singh, Managing Editor, Zee Hindustan said, “The Conclave was organized amid the fear of the third wave of Corona. Our aim was to make people aware of emergency situations through prevention, preparedness, response and recovery from this deadly virus. We look forward to hosting equally impactful conclave in the near future.”

On the closure of the conclave, Manoj Jagyasi, CRO, ZEE Hindustan said, “Gathering like these always attract interest from everyone in the fraternity, especially times around wherein health is at utmost priority of each one of us. We thank our sponsors for supporting such initiative and making them a huge success “

Aarogyam was lauded by many and was sponsored by Kesari Merham, Dish TV and Sanyas Ayurveda.


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