Bikers Rally was successfully organized in 11 cities across the country with the global message of ‘Ayurveda for One Health’. Youth from across the country became part of this campaign and called upon all the countrymen to make Ayurveda a part of their lifestyle. The main objective of these rallies was to connect the youth across the country with the global message of Ayurveda Day ‘Ayurveda for One Health’ and to promote the holistic approach of Ayurveda with its rich heritage and public welfare philosophy.
Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI) at Delhi and Patiala, National Ayurveda Research Institute (RARI) at Lucknow, Nagpur, Jaipur, Vijayawada (Visakhapatnam), Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad, Dr. A. Lakshmipathy National Ayurvedic Research Institute and Captain Srinivas Murthy Central Ayurvedic Research Institute, Chennai and NIMH (National Institute of Medical Heritage) Hyderabad, supported the campaign by connecting bikers across the country. Young bikers from across the country joined these rallies and supported the campaign. In this initiative of the Ministry of Ayush, bikers from all over the country came forward and took the convoy of biker groups in eleven different cities to spread the message of ‘Ayurveda for One Health’ to the people. Twin Nomads Biker Club led by Anas and Shivam from Delhi, Kiran Polipalli of Dragon Z Club from Visakhapatnam, and Oswald Smith D, a member of Tamil Nadu Bikers Association TNBAM – Chennai, all came together in this country-wide campaign of the Ministry of Ayush. Connected countless bikers from across the country and gave the message of making Ayurvedic thinking a global thought.
Union Minister for Ayush and Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, while giving a message to all the bikers and organizers, said that the nationwide bikers rally campaign before Ayurveda Day will create a positive wave towards Ayurveda in the minds of the youth across the country and The dream of making the future India a healthy and organized India will be realized. We have to take India’s thousands of years old Ayurvedic medical culture to the global platform through Ayurveda Day and make Ayurveda a part of the lifestyle of common people across the world.
Ayurveda Day is scheduled to be organized by the Ministry of Ayush on 9-10 November 2023 in Panchkula, Haryana. Youth from all over the country are continuously joining this month-long celebration to commemorate the eighth Ayurveda Day and are contributing to making Ayurveda a global thought. This month-long campaign will culminate in events in Panchkula with two-day functions on 9th and 10th November. The main function of the 8th Ayurveda Day will be held on Dhanvantari Jayanti on 10th November.