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PostHeaderIcon One day Workshop and Farmers Training Programme on “Natural Farming Methods and present adaptability at Amangal Mandal, Mahabubnagar Dist on 04-06-2016

One day Workshop and Farmers Training Programme on

“Natural Farming Methods and present adaptability at Amangal,

Mahabubnagar District, Telangana on 04-06-2016

 

I-SERVE has organized the above workshop in association with Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Telangana and Saral Jeevan India, Hyderabad.

            The following participated in the work shop:

1.         Prof. K. Srinivasa Reddy, Agriculture University (R),  Tirupati.

2.         Sri K.V.R.S. Murthy, Hon. Director, I-SERVE,      Hyderabad.

3.         Sri Rajesh Kumar, Director Saral Jeevan Foundation.

4.         Smt. Aruna Kumari, Agricultural Officer, Dept. of   Agriculture, Amangal Centre, Mahabubnagar Dist,    Telangana.

Shri. K.V.R.S. Murthy chaired the session.

Shri KVRS Murthy in his presidential key note address referred to the natural farming in Rig-Veda, Adharv veda, Ramayana and Mahabharata and the references in the Brihat samhitha, Koutilya Arthsastra   the products used, crops and the rotations and the happiness of the people of those days, which our people adopted upto recent past. The present modern sciences have developed in a very big way to the highest ranks at the cost of contamination of Pancabhutas, the Nature’s gift. The soil degradation, Air pollutions, water contamination and scarcity and effect of environment on seasonal weathers, rains, high temperatures etc., are the results which in turn are causing concern. He mentioned that these problems need to be reversed to protect the land and environment to the future generations. Agriculture is one of the areas to protect the environment, soil health and human health  and hence the need of  switching over to Natural organic farming.  Shri Murthy also presented the statistical information of organic farming across the globe and India is in No 2  with 14% position after Uganda 16%  in the land used for  organic farming .He also  narrated  various facilities available from Government of Telangana policies withMana Telangana, Mana Vyavasayam and on organic farming  in terms of  farmers groups incentives, seed health, and misc. product values and certifying agencies  for which farmers could  get the advantage. He also mentioned the various methods of organic farming that are used in the advanced countries which we also must practice and make India a great nation in Natural farming protecting the environment and Health. Shri Murthy mentioned that I-SERVE is making the efforts to bring this knowledge to the farmers by workshops, seminars, trainings ancient literature survey and books in easy way so that the knowledge is reached to the users. He also mentioned the importance of Livestock in natural farming and famers must give importance to cattle health and grow them in the fields and cited examples from his own agriculture experience in his early ages.

Prof. K. Srinivasulu Reddy has given an elaborative talk on the methods of usage of Vrikshayurveda.
For certain crops, he also mentioned that some of the points adopted in the Surapala’s Vrikshayurveda may not be relevant to the present day and economy. For that the modern scientists have advised the necessary substitutes   which can be used for the success of organic farming techniques. He also presented various methods and applications with reference to the Vrikshayurveda. He also presented the various plants that are related to various Twenty Seven stars that are to be planted for better results. And also mentioned various Rasi structures with relates to plants growing phenomena. For any assistance on the natural farming, I- SERVE and himself will provide the necessary help. He requested the  ryots to be active  in providing the practical experiences  so that the information can be shared  with other farmers and also   shared his views in promotion of Organic Farming. Reacting to the farmers interactions he explained how to make the organic fertilizers and pesticides with reference to the Dhanya Gavayamu, Kunapa Jalam with herbs and Cow dung based pesticide. He also said the better seeds can be prepared from farmers himself and precautions to be taken in preparing the seeds. He was concerned about absence of Earth warms (Valapamulu) in many agricultural fields and farmers must try to prepare earth warms sources and also make Vermi Compost which can be used as Organic Fertilizer. The earth warms are available with Dept. of Agriculture and private agencies for use.

Sri Rajesh Kumar, Narrated different ways of improving of soil fertility for the dry land agriculture with special reference of using earth warms generations. He also explained the water conservation methods in the field by way of Rain water harvesting methods. He further stated that all the farmers must farm as groups to help each other specially small farmers for better benefits.

Smt. Aruna Kumari, Agriculture officer explained the benefits to the farmers through Government and requested the farmers to make use of the directions given by the above scientists for better yields, quality products and better environment.

About 75 farmers attended the meeting and interacted in the work shop.
 

Report by  Sri K.V.R.S. Murthy                                                        
Hon. Director, I-SERVE 

PostHeaderIcon One day Workshop and Farmers Training Programme -report

Workshop and Farmers Training Programme on

“Natural Farming Methods and present adaptability at Govada village, Amruthalur Mandal, Tenali, Guntur District,

Andhra Pradesh on 08th June, 2016

I-SERVE, Hyderabad, has organized the above workshop in association with the  organic farming farmers in the village Govada, Amurhalur Mandal, Tenali, Guntur District, A.P

  The following Faculty participated in the work shop:

1. Prof. K. Srinivasa Reddy, Agriculture University (R), Tirupati.

2. Sri K.V.R.S. Murthy, Hon. Director, I-SERVE, Hyderabad.

3. Sri Rajesh Kumar, Director Saral Jeevan Foundation, Hyderabad.

4. Sri Alapati Subhash Chandrabose,  organic farmer Govada

5. Sri A. Balakrishna,   Organic Farmer, Govada.

Shri. K.V.R.S. Murthy chaired the session.

Sri Subhash chanda bose has welcomed  I-SERVE and   all the organic farmers for the session and requested the farmers to learn more from the experts present for better results in organic farming.

Sri A.Balakrishna, addressing the ryots, mentioned about the Govada village and its significance in the natural farming. Govada,  the name  it self arrived at Govula vaada,  has 100 years of village formation by  Sri Alapati Suryanarayana and he got recognitions from Government in those days, and was a pioneer since 1930 and in the old  Madras state.   That agriculture development, using the natural resources, is still being adopted in the village by many of the farmers. He expressed his concern  that farmers are not getting any help from the Government resources in terms of quality control, marketing and better price for the products and this needs to be strengthened for better organic farming results.

Shri KVRS Murthy, in his presidential key note address, referred to the natural farming in Rig-Veda, Adharva veda, Ramayana and Mahabharata and the references in the Brihat samhitha, Koutilya Arthsastra,  the products used, crops and the rotations and the happiness of the people of those days, which our people adopted upto recent past. Shri Murthy mentioned that I-SERVE is making the efforts to bring this knowledge to the farmers by workshops, seminars, trainings ancient literature survey and books in easy way so that the knowledge is reached to the users.

Prof. K. Srinivasulu Reddy has given an elaborative talk on the methods of usage of Vrikshayurveda.

For certain crops, he also mentioned that some of the points adopted in the Surapala’s Vrikshayurveda may not be relevant to the present day and economy. For that the modern scientists have advised the necessary substitutes   which can be used for the success of organic farming techniques. Reacting to the farmers interactions he explained how to make the organic fertilizers and pesticides with reference to the Dhanya Gavayamu, Kunapa Jalam with herbs and Cow dung based pesticide. He also said the better seeds can be prepared from farmers himself and precautions to be taken in preparing the seeds. He was concerned about absence of Earth warms (Valapamulu) in many agricultural fields and farmers must try to prepare earth warms sources and also make Vermi Compost which can be used as Organic Fertilizer. The earth warms are available with Dept. of Agriculture and private agencies for use. Later Prof Reddy has given lot of tips in making good fertilizers from Fish residues fertiliser, Tobacco residues as pesticide, Banana stems, Eggshells and many waste products utilization for pesticides and fertilizers.

Sri Rajesh Kumar spoke on  Rain water harvesting methods. He further stated that all the farmers must farm as groups to help each other specially small farmers for better benefits He expressed is concern that the soil is degraded miserably due to chemical fertilizer use citing the example that the rate of chemicals use increased by 15 to 20 times more since 1960 for the same areas of coverage. Sri Rajesh also provided  a  very good point  on marketing issues which  should be appreciated   by the organic farmers, One establishment in Hyderabad by Name ARMY  is procuring the organic products at Ryots place giving 10 percent more price than market value .Farmers who like to make this opportunity may contact him for arranging the marketing.

There is lots of interaction from the Farmers. Sri Mandav Madhava Rao who is in organic farming  since last 20 years  expressed the concerns in Quality Controls, adaptability, marketing,. recognition’s of Natural farming farmers which needs to be  addressed  with Government and allied agencies. The valid points are when once a farmer shifted to organic farming its results very immediately  or what is the time for soil upgradation time for good results. Prof. Reddy explained that it take three years to soil get the soil richness which again depends on how much chemicals one has used. The Farmers can declare the products as first year, second year  and so on production for a good quality control declarations.

Sri K Prasada Rao is an organic Vegetable farmer. He started the natural farming adoption since last 20 years .He started this with a pilot project with Brinjals (Vankaya)farming and he is popularly Known as “Vankayala Prasad”  He said that Brinjal is one vegetable which attracts lots of pests  and tegullu.  He tried  natural pesticides for  Brinjal and if Brinjal can survive with natural pesticide any other  vegetable can be grown using the natural pesticides and has wonderful experiences in his farms including paddy fields. He mentioned that he is very very happy farming  with the organic farming including marketing, price, distribution and Quality. He is also distributor the natural  fertilizers and pesticides and one who cultivate by using the natural pesticides and fertilizers will defiantly gets the fruits even though there will be initial constrains which are common.

Sri Srungarapu Rama Koteswara Rao of Edavalli village  is in the organic farming since several years for his 8 acres land with paddy production and he shared his views in the betterment of natural farming adoptions which are definitely  the success stories to farmers with the adoption

Later Sri Subhas Chandrabose shared their  farming patterns by showing their Cow shed and the treatment provided  to the Animals, which a part of Natural farming. He has Ongole breed cows and  buffellows. The cowshed is protected with Mosquito net  a fans for the animals which is appreciable.

Sri Pavuluri Nageswara Rao , an educationalist and a farmer  also participated

About 50 farmers attended the meeting and interacted in the work shop and the workshop is quite successful in terms of good interactive sessions and adaptability

The meeting concluded at 3.00PM with the vote of thanks  

Report by  

Sri K.V.R.S. Murthy                                                                           Hon. Director(Research), I-SERVE 

PostHeaderIcon I-SERVE Evening Workshop of Astronomical Meteorology Experts in Regards to Rain Mapping Project

Title:  “Evolvement of Knowledge of Meteorology since Vedic Times” Date and Time: Sunday May 01, 2016 5.30PM to 8.30PM Venue: I-SERVE Library cum Lecture Hall, Alakapuri, Hyderabad

Prof. K V Krishna Murthy, Chairman, I-SERVE welcomed the Professionals in the field of Astrological studies and Meteorology studies. He expressed his  desire to  make the project of Rain mapping, weather forecast,  by, using the astrological data  since the Vedic periods, to the present by collaborating with the meteorology science  thus arriving  the forecasting programmes  at least for the  states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh  and also to the country as a whole, in future  study. He also narrated the works pertaining to this particular project and the serious efforts of Dr GV Rama since last three years and appreciated Shri. J.S. Sastry for Joining in this project study as an astrological expert. He invited Other experts Dr. S. Kamalakar Sharma,  Osmania University,  and other experts to join the stream  for  making  the project a successful attempt.

Dr GV Rama  presented  his talk on “ Evolvement of Knowledge of Meteorology Since Vedic Times”  With his LCD  slide projections he  has given a wide picture of  Meteorological functions in ISRO satellite launch programmes. He, as Principle scientist in the forecasting issues before a satellite is  being launched, provided excellent  theoretical and  practical application methodologies  for the success of each launching.

One such satellite launching was on 28April 2008 where there was a threat of severe cyclone from the South east, which he forecasted with his Meteorological calculations. Surprisingly, one astrological expert also gave the same prediction, basing on his astrological studies. This aroused great enthusiasm in Dr. G.V. Rama. Later he has given his scientific inputs for about 25 such launch vehicles.  He also projected and explained how the International scientists are using the Meteorological and astrological data for the weather forecast. He said that this type of project with the involvement of astrologers and Meteorologists will help the country and society. He also mentioned the day to day data that can be obtained from the IMD website for preparation of planetary software and a combined work. With more professionals involvement in the project and he offered his service for the success of the project.

Shri P. Bala sunderam explained his work in the field of Astrological data collections, Planet positions and happenings  and he has the data  for more than 100 years up to 2000 AD and he is in need of the data 2000 to 2016. He is in contact with IMD  but due to  the usual official delays he could not get the data on time and he is pursuing.

Shri J. S. Sastry  explained how to go about the project and  the need of  having the project team. He said that the selected topics and areas are to be entrusted to each member in the project. The collected information can be shared and by mutual discussions and meetings the data can be consolidated to arrive at a solution. As many of the intellectuals have the access to the computers and wifi, the task may not be difficult.  Hence the project team is to be formed at the earliest by identifying more experts.

Dr. S. Kamalakar Sharma, Asst. Professor Osmania University, spoke on how our ancient samethalu (Proverbs) were created and there is a meaning for each of the proverb. Especially for the rains, there are many such proverbs and these will also help in the Research findings. One Vice chancellor of a University in Maharashtra has written a book on the forecasting of Rains and weather and this book can be studied and used. There are a number of clues   used in the olden eras  and these will be helpful for us also. He also recommended that  sufficient data can be generated  by collecting  Library editions  in Vedic and allied books in various languages which gives the information on the forecasting  events in rain and weather and he  said he will provide his help and there should be a project planning assigning  particular job to each member of the project team. He also mentioned that when once the data is built I-SERVE can approach Government grants like “Disaster Management Fund” or similar agencies.

Shri K.V.R.S. Murthy proposed vote of thanks for the members present for sharing their views and methodologies. He mentioned if a preliminary data is obtained, I-SERVE can have a one day conference to get more ideas and plans for making a proposal for Government Grants.

The meeting closed at 8.30 PM.

Report By
Sri. K.V.R.S. Murthy.


Participants:

1.      Prof. K.V. Krishna Murty, Chairman, I-SERVE
2.      Dr. Rama G.V, Formerly Scientist ISRO
3.      Sri. K.V.R.S. Murty, Director, I-SERVE
4.      Dr. Sagi Kamalkara Sharma, Asst. Professor, O.U.
5.      Sri. P. Bala Sundaram,
6.      Dr. S. Padmini, Rtd. Principal, V.M.V.
7.      Sri. M. Sri Ram Murthy
8.      Mrs. Asha
9.      Sri. J. Somanath Sastry
10.    Sri. M.L. Ananda Swamy
11.    Mrs. Lalitha Srihari
12.    Sri. B. Umamaheswara Rao
13.    Sri. K. Vinod Kumar

PostHeaderIcon RYTU SIKSHANA SIBIRAM – ORGANIC FARMING

One day Workshop and Farmers Training Programme on

“Natural Farming Methods and present adoptability

 

I-SERVE organized a workshop and training programme on Ancient natural Farming Technologies and their adaptability at Gudur, Nellore District, A.P. from 9.30 Am to 2.30 Pm on 26.04.2016

The following faculty participated in the meet

  1. Prof. K. Srinivasa Reddy (Rtd) Soil Scientist and coordinator I-SERVE Agriculture programmes
  2. Prof. D. Peramma (Rtd) Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati.
  3. Sri Gangireddy & Sri Kotireddy, President, Nellore District Farmers Association
  4. Sri Ravindra Reddy Organic farmer, Gudur.

Prof. D. Peramma elaborated the need of switching over to the organic farming, the nutrition values of organic farming products. The women participation in the organic farming is a vital role as a House wife and producing nutritional product to the families. She was happy that women participation in the programme and congratulated them. She also spoke on the efforts of I-SERVE in promoting the Training programmes to farmers and requested that farmers must take the advantage of Prof. Srinivasa Reddy.

Prof. K. Srinivasa Reddy has given an elaborative talk on the methods of usage of Vrikshayurveda.

For certain crops, he also mentioned that some of the points adopted in the Surapala’s Virkshayuveda may not be relevant to the present day and economy. For that the modern scientists have advised the necessary substitutes which can be used for the success of organic farming techniques. He also presented various methods and applications with reference to the Vrikshayurveda. He also presented the various plants that are related to  Twenty Seven stars that are to be planted for better results. And also mentioned various Rasi structures with relates to plant growing phenomena. For any assistance on the natural farming, I-SERVE and himself will provide the necessary help. He requested the ryots to be active in providing the practical experiences so that the information can be shared with other farmers and also shared his views in promotion of Organic Farming. He also said that with the local available  sources and with zero expenditure one can adopt natural Green Agricultural methods to preserve the soil health and strength and this protects the environment also.  The panchabhutas water, air, fire, earth, sky should be protected from the pollution, he said.

He mentioned that with very less investment high quality agricultural products can be produced with high nutrients. He gave several methods to achieve this.

Shri Rajendra Reddy, Agricultural scientist and organic farmer from   Tottambedu spoke on the occasion and said that he is practicing the organic farming methods in his 20 acres field and at the initial stages people used to criticize him. But later they realize that organic farming gives good results. He mentioned that the carbon percentage with the earth is reduced to 0.5% which should be 2% due to chemicals and the seeds cannot be grown with this situation in Punjab. But Milk is mixed with 100 lts of water can be used for white bugs. The expenditure will be R. 100/- only.

Sir Kotireddy spoke on this occasion and appealed  all the farmers should form as a team in co-operative system .

Shri B.V. Raman said that if the present situation continues, by 2050 the fields will become more unproductive. Hence it is advised to go for organic farming.

About 60 farmers attended the workshop and shared their views and problems.

The meeting closed at 2.30 Pm.

Report by

Sri K.V.R.S. Murty

PostHeaderIcon Report on Free Ayurvedic Medical Camp

A free Ayurvedic medical camp was conducted by Institute of Scientific  Research on Vedas   (I-SERVE)   on  27-03-2016  from 09.00 A.M to 02.00 P.M at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Memorial Sangam, Hamal Basti, Padmaarao Nagar, Secunderabad with the following Team of Ayurvedic Doctors:  

1.       Dr. M. S. Rao, Rtd, Principal. Govt. Ayurvedic College, Hyderabad
2.       Dr. L. R. K Moorthy, Rtd, Superintendent Govt. Ayurvedic Hospital, Hyderabad
3.       Dr. L. Puspa Latha, Medical Practitioner, Hyderabad
4.       Sri Rajeswara Rao, Rtd. Lab. Superintendent, Railway Hospital, Hyderabad.
  Banners were arranged 3 days before at different places near to camp area and wide publicity was made by distributing the pamphlets.  

Ayurvedic drugs were freely distributed to the patients who attended the medical camp from 09 A.M to 02 P.M. Around 113 patients attended the camp and all these were examined by the medical team and suitable treatment was given to them. Around 18 patients got their blood group checked up. All these patients were advised to come to the Free Ayurvedic Dispensary of I-SERVE for continuation of treatment.  

Staff of I-SERVE extended their co-operation and made the camp a grand success.
Report on Free Ayurvedic Medical Camp on 27

PostHeaderIcon NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON 7th ASHTANGAHRIDAYASATHRAM

I-SERVE HYDERABAD 8 DAY NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON  7THASHTANGAHRIDAYASATHRAM AT ORCHIRA, KAYAMKURLAM, KERALA, IN ASSOCIATION WITH VAGBHATSARANI, ARYAVAIDYASALA, KOTTAKKAL AND ICMR

24TH TO 31ST JANUARY 2016

A BRIEF REPORT   –   REPORT- 7TH ASHTANGAHRIDAYASATHRAM1a

PostHeaderIcon Report on the Two day National Seminar on “Potential Concepts and Practices in Ayurveda” conducted by I-SERVE at Hyderabad during 21st and 22nd September 2015.

Report on the Two day National Seminar on “Potential Concepts and Practices in Ayurveda” conducted by I-SERVE at Hyderabad during 21st and 22nd September 2015. I-SERVE conducted the above seminar in the Sri Venkateswara Temple Hall, at Saroornagar, Hyderabad. Arround 200 invited speakers, paper presenters and delegates drawn from five States viz., Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh participated in the seminar. The Inaugural Session started at 10 A.M on 21st September. The Divine Guest to this session, H.H. Sri Datta Vijayananda Tirtha Swamiji of Avadhootha Datta Peetham Mysore, lit the lamp and blessed the seminar to start its proceedings. In his benedictory address he spoke about the increasing importance of Ayurveda, world over. He spoke briefly about the Ayurvedic Services rendered by Datta Peetham at Mysore. He also appreciated the self less activities of I-SERVE and he added that every year a conference is being conducted by I-SERVE during his Chaturmasya Dikha Days and this year, it is on Ayurveda. Prof. K.V. Krishna Murty, who presided over the session, explained the R&D activities and service activities of I-SERVE, which came into existence with the divine blessings of Parama Pujya Sri Ganapathi Sachidananda Swamiji. He said that even though I-SERVE is working on several branches of Vedic Sciences, Ayurveda is on the top of its priorities. He gave a call to all the Ayurvedicians to equip themselves with positive concepts and practices to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow, for keeping the mankind more healthy. He also advised the Ayurvedic practiciners to bring back fading out Ayurvedic practices like Khaara Sutra, Naadi Pariksha and so on. The seminar volume of the seminar, which contained the nine invited speeches and abstracts of the 44 research papers, was released by Dr. R. Vidyanath, Guest of honor of the Session. The C.D. containing all the above items along with full text of all the research papers was released by Dr. N. Anjaneya Murty, the Chief Guest of the Session. This CD was gifted to all the delegates, free of cost. Dr. Madan Mohan Pande, Secretary, Sri Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Sansthana, Hyderabad campus, also participated in the session as a Guest of Honour. The Technical sessions of the seminar started with the key note address of Dr.Anjaneya Murty, Proffessor, Sri Sri Ayurveda College, Bangalore. He initiated the deliberations of this great seminar with the following thoughts provoking words – “Scientific Deliberations over todays topic, “Potential Concepts and Practices in Ayurveda” is the need of the hour. Ayurveda has the potential to become Global Medical System. By churning of Ksheera Samudra we got amruta; similarly by churning the ocean of Ayurvedic knowledge, we can get Ayurveda modulated to the present generation without sacrificing the basic tenets. Satisfactory treatment is available only for 1/3 of the known ailments. Many diseases like Cancer, AIDS, Senile dementia, Auto immune diseases etc., escape satisfactory treatment. Disease causing organisms continue to develop resistance to known medicines. “So proper systematic, scientific screening of the knowledge base in Ayurveda will provide new armaments for prevention of diseases and cure of curable diseases. Following thoughts can help in finding priority areas for research.” Later on he listed a number of research topics in Kaya Chikistsa, Panchakarma, Stree Roga and Bala Roga, Rasayana, Nidana, Salya, Dravya Guna and Rasa Sastra, all of which are important branches of Ayurvedic Studies. Then followed the 1st technical session which was chaired by Dr. JSRA Prasad, HOD, Dept. of Sanskrit Studies, University of Hyderabad. Then were eight technical session in total. In each session there was an invited speech followed by five or six research papers. The invited speaker of the previous session was the chair person of the next session. Thus on the whole there were 44 research papers and apart for this Dr. Ashok Kumar Tiwari of IICT, Hyderabad, presented a nice paper on “Diet and Diabetics in Ayurveda” on 21st sept and Dr. K. Nagaiah of IICT, Hyderabad, presented a beautiful paper on “Recent Trends of Modern Drug Discovery Research – Inter relationship with Herbal Medicines”. Another five scientists from CSIR – IICT participated as delegates in the Seminar. IICT Co-sponsored this seminar. For the benefit of those who are interested in the content of the Seminar, we are providing the captions of the invited speeches of the Seminar, at the end of this report. Those who are interested in the full papers, can get the seminar volume from I-SERVE office. At 4: 30 P.M on 22nd Sept, the valedictory function started. Sri. N.V.S.S. Prabhakar, MLA and BJP Floor Leader, Telangana was the Chief Guest while Dr. Kotturu Shetty of Ron, Karnataka was the Guest of Honor. Prof. K.V. Krishna Murty, Chairman, I-SERVE, presided over the session. Dr. N. Anjaneya Murty reviewed the proceedings of the two day seminar. Several participants from different states expressed happiness about the educative sessions and fine arrangements of the seminar. Sri Prabhakar, MLA and Chief Guest, in his inspiring speech said that all other systems of medicine, in one way or the other, are coming to the Ayurveda system only for final rescue. He quoted the examples of recommending yoga, physiotherapy, Diet Control etc., which are being recently recommended by modern physicians. He also said that worldwide interest on Ayurveda is increasing day by day and the future opportunities of Ayurveda are very bright. He said that he will use his good offices, to take the recommendations of this seminar to the attention of the Government and to see that they are implemented properly. Participation Certificates were issued to all the speakers and delegates of the seminar and the seminar came to conclusion at 05: 30 P.M by singing the National Anthem. Details of the Guest Speakers: Guest Speech -1 Dr. P. Srikanth Babu, Hyderabad Potential Concepts and Practices of Ayurveda – A Kayachikistha Perspective Guest Speech -2 Dr. Sivaram Prasad, Wardha Proclaims and Reclaims of Panchakarma Guest Speech -3 Dr. A. Sulochana, Hyderabad The Potential Concepts and Practices in Stree Roga Guest Speech -4 Dr. D. Vijaya Ganeshwara Reddy, Vijayawada, Concept of Rasayana Guest Speech -5 Dr. M. Srinivasulu, Bidar Potential Concepts in Nidana and Their Significance in Clinical Practice Guest Speech – 6: Dr. M. Gurumurthy, Hyderabad Potential Concepts And Practices In Ayurveda (W.S.R to Shalya Tantra) Guest Speech – 7: Dr. M.Paramkusha Rao, Tirupati Prospective and Prominent Features of Dravyaguna -The Back Bone of Ayurveda Guest Speech – 8: Dr. P. H. C. Murthy, Vijayawada Potential Concepts Of Rasashastra.

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