National Ayurveda Day Is Celebrated On 2 November.
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♦ Ayurveda is an important part of India’s healthcare system. The World Health Organization recognizes it as a traditional medicine system (WHO).
♦ In 2016, the Union Ministry of AYUSH declared Dhanvantari Jayanti (commonly known as Dhanteras) Ayurveda Day.
♦ The day was first commemorated with the goal of nationalizing and globalizing the ayurvedic medical system.
♦ In the year 2021, the theme of the day was “Ayurveda for Poshana (Nutrition).”
♦ Every year on the auspicious date of Dhanteras, India commemorates Ayurveda Day. On the festival of Dhanvantari Jayanti, this day has been observed since 2016.
♦ Ayurvedic medicine’s god is Lord Dhanvantari. Dhanteras is thus honored every year for everyone’s well-being. All illnesses are healed by Lord Dhanvantari.