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Madrid, Spain
September 05-07, 2024
ICTM 2024

Kirti Bhati

Kirti Bhati, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Dept. of Swasthvritta & Yoga, India
Title : Holistic perspective of ayurved tradition need of era


PURPOSE: Present era is advanced and competitive. In this competitive world Ayurvedic institution is trying to establish itself as eternal science. Changes in lifestyle, food habits, workload, speed of life etc. in present scenario demand a lot of change in the Ayurvedic system of education. To survive in this contest and to achieve aspiration many changes are needed to organize in the present system and renaissance is the foremost aim of this revolution.
METHODS: Research is required in any field to come up with new theories or modify, accept, or nullify the existing theory. The difficulties must be resolute in order to find a way to represent our science in front of the community. The issues become known from various fields like the curricular level functional- structural, objective – rational, goal-directed, manipulative, hierarchical approach, along with interpretive, humanistic, consensual and subjective, higher level bodies, and many more.
RESULTS: Ayurved being ancient science, It is very unfortunate that we need to find ideas to bring a science like Ayurveda in limelight. There are many impediments that should be sorted out in order to succeed. The science of Ayurveda was established in ancient times to serve humanity. Adjustment and coping with situation and resolving led to victorious in the task.
CONCLUSION: By the end of the nineteenth century, Ayurved along with other indigenous systems of medicine such as Unani and Siddha were intensely prejudiced by their encounters with Western medicine. We all, Ayurvedic educators, and philosophers, should go hand in hand to establish new avenues in the field of research. There by the process should become a wise and organized scientific procedure, and work systematically in the direction of the desired goal.


Dr. Kirti Bhati currently is Professor, Head, Dept. of Swasthvritta & Yoga, College of Ayurved, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Pune, Maharashtra India. She studied Ayurved and Yoga at the University of Pune, Maharashtra, India and graduated as BAMS in 1995 and Post-graduation in 1997. She perused her PhD at Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed to be University in 2017. She joined Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed to be University, College of Ayurved in 1999. She is Secretary General, IASTAM India since 2021.She has published more than 35 research articles in international journals and is editor and reviewer in many in international journals.