National Ayurveda Day 2023 Theme and Date 2nd November

National Ayurveda Day 2020 date and theme to know here.

National Ayurveda Day 2020 Theme and Date
National Ayurveda Day 2020 Theme and Date

Lord Dhanwantari is considered as a spiritual Gardner of Ayurveda. And he is granted with the integrity to grant health and wealth. That’s why; National Ayurveda Day is celebrated on the occasion of Dhanwantari Jayanti which falls on Dhanteras every year. The firstly National Ayurveda Day is celebrated on 28th OCTOBER, 2016. National Ayurveda Day is observed by the ministry of AYUSH every year.

Ayurveda is an antique and original form of medicines similar to the medicine of the modern times. The Ayurveda is considered as a holistic approach. It is very useful in the treatment of disease and health enhancement. The Foremost objective of celebrating National Ayurveda Day is to promote the treatment through the Ayurveda to the modern world. It creates a sense of awareness in today’s generation and is very helpful in healing the diseases.

On the occasion of National Ayurveda Day Yoga, Unani, Naturopathy, Homeopathy are observed. This day is celebrated to enhance the knowledge of specialists and students of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is not only for the prevention of disease, but also provides us with daily health control procedures, so that disease cannot arise in its first place. Another objective of celebrating this day is to promote the capabilities and strength of Ayurveda and its treatment. Ayurveda increases the boundaries of medical facilities of today’s world. 

National Ayurveda Day 2020 Wishes

National Ayurveda Day 2020 Theme
National Ayurveda Day 2020 Theme

 Wish you all a very happy National Ayurveda Day. In 2020, the National Ayurveda Day will be celebrated on 13th November 2020. I hope that people will understand the importance of Ayurveda in their life and that it is more beneficial than the medical treatment of today’s world. Because Ayurveda is one which adores our inner beauty and nature. Ayurveda is the kind of something which ensures doing less and being more. I hope that people use Ayurvedic treatment because it does not have any kind of side effects which can generally happen from English medicine while Ayurveda has side benefits. Ayurveda is the science of life and very much beneficial to the human body. Ayurvedic medicines are made by the products that come from earth not from the labs. So, I want on this day to avoid the medicine and implement the Ayurveda which ensures an indication that our body is repairing something within. 

Ayurveda provides a healthy lifestyle which can be proved as a better lifestyle. Ayurveda is getting no attention just because our government and our people don,’t find it as a way of generating money. I want from those people that they should consider Ayurveda for generating and ensuring a better health and not for generating money. Each human has a different level of constitution, and Ayurveda makes it possible to diagnose the human constitution from person to person. Once again, I wish you all a very happy National Ayurveda Day. In 2020, it counts as the fifth celebration of National Ayurveda Day. National Ayurveda Day has its logo in which Lord Dhanvantari is located in the center which represents the lord of medicines.

There are five petals in the logo which indicate towards the “Panch Mahabhuta.” The three dots below the petals represent the fundamental principles of Ayurveda which are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. On this day, the National Dhanwantari Ayurveda Award is conferred by the ministry of AYUSH, Government of India to the Ayurveda experts every year who have made a great and philosophical contribution to the field of Ayurveda. The award comprises a quotation trophy which has a Dhanvantari Statue and a cash reward of Rs five lakhs. There are different themes on National Ayurveda Day every year like Ayurveda for public health, Ayurveda for longevity and so on. Thus, it is certainly a very important day in India. And very few of us know that dhanteras is also celebrated as National Ayurveda Day in India. Therefore, the need is to spread awareness and knowledge among the people for Ayurveda and also about the objectives for celebrating the National Ayurveda Day.

Every year international Ayurveda day is celebrated on 25th October. This auspicious occasion comes on the DANWANTARI JAYANTI (Dhanteras). We are also known as THE AYURVEDA DIWAS. The main aim of this day is to promote health and prevention of disease. Ayurveda is comprehended as one of the most original and well documented systems equally related to modern time. It’s a holistic approach not only for the diseased one but also for the healthy individuals. This day is celebrated for the new researches of healthy medicines and to explore the potential of Ayurveda to contribute towards national health programmes and policies. Many Ayurvedic institutions and colleges organise some events related to the Ayurveda to create a sense of Ayurveda in the new generation and healing Ayurvedic principles in society.

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