Mangalore, September 23: The history of Indian Aryuveda practice dates back to centuries, which is losing demand influenced by the modern medical system. But in abroad, with a view to develop our ancient Ayurvedic system; studies and research are underway. In London, measures are taken to implement this system with the help of the Indian Ayurvedic Physicians team and an Udupi based Physician is playing a key role among the team.
Development of Ayurveda in London:
Simon Hughes, the legal minister of the government of London, has framed a constitution for the development of Ayurveda practice and in a general meeting of the parliament there; organised a meet of and hundreds of Aryurveda practitioners to gather information about Ayurveda. In this meeting, Dr Pratima Nagesh from Udupi, drew their attention towards the Significance of Aryurveda and Indian history of this system; the uniqueness of Ayurveda in comparison to the other medical systems in practice; thereby played a major role in promoting the London government to adopt this system.
Udupi based Prathima Nagesh:
She is the daughter of G Anathapadmanabha Adiga, the head successor of the famous Garikematha Arkaganapati temple in Udupi district. By profession, she is an Ayurvedic Doctor who is contributing a lot to promote Aryuveda and architecture in London.