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5th edition of Global Ayurveda Festival to focus on health challenges

The fifth edition of the Global Ayurveda Festival (Gaf 2023) will be held from December 1 to 5 in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The theme of the event is ‘Emerging Challenges in Healthcare & A Resurgent Ayurveda’. The event will bring together Ayurveda practitioners and stakeholders from around the world to showcase Ayurveda’s potential in addressing health challenges.

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Top Scientists and Nobel Laureates to Attend:

The conclave will be attended by top scientists, including Nobel laureates, and over 7,500 delegates from 75 countries. The event will also feature over 750 research papers and 750 poster presentations on the sidelines.

Significance of Gaf 2023:

Union Minister of State for External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs, V Muraleedharan, highlighted the significance of Gaf 2023, stating that it is happening at a time when the Indian government is making major efforts to position Ayurveda as a holistic system to address the health challenges facing humanity. The event is being organized by the Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Action (CISSA) in association with the Ministry of Ayush, Kerala Government, and Ayurveda Fraternity represented by AMAI, AMMOI, AHMA, KISMA, ADMA, Viswa Ayurveda Parishad, and 14 other Ayurveda Associations.

Unique Opportunity to Explore Ayurveda:

The expo will offer a unique opportunity for visitors to explore and experience the world of Ayurveda, including Ayurvedic medicines, herbal products, wellness services, and Ayurvedic equipment. The event aims to create a platform for global networking of Ayurveda practitioners and stakeholders and promote Ayurveda as a solution to the health challenges faced by society today.

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