Vamsha Vaidhya Award Winner
The Journey of Gautam Ayurveda and Health Care
My great grandfather was a saint. He didn’t have any degree. He used to serve the cows and used to give medicine to everyone in the whole village. At that time he had received a letter from the Prime Minister’s Office and received the title of Vaidya from the government. I believe that Ayurveda should be taught like Ayurveda. I started teaching Samhita to Ayurvedic students from 2010 and today I am a teacher myself. The challenge came, I had to leave the work of goldsmith. There was a problem of money but I want to empower in Ayurveda, this is my goal.
Details of Ancestors
Generations of Vaidhyas
The Vision statement of Institution
Maintaining the originality of Ayurveda. This Ayurveda belongs to everyone, everyone has the right to know it.
A Memory that's etched deeply in the journey
When I was in internship, the patient’s mother came at 2 o’clock in the night and said that my daughter has to be delivered, she will not go to the hospital, I said okay, I got that normal delivery done and I got 1500 rupees.
Today everyone is going towards Ayurveda which is a good sign. We all should move forward. everyone should coordinate
Your inspiration to choose Ayurveda
Few words about your Guru
Dr M S Chaudhary , Professor Rachana Sharir, Sriganganagar, Rajasthan
Global recognition of Ayurveda as a pure medical science.
I personally feel that Ayurveda should be the first line option for treatment, incorporating all the virtues and technical aspects, which the system of Modern Medicine has achieved over centuries.
Message to Youngsters
Deep learning and scientific practice of Ayurveda in its purest form – This is the message I would like to propagate among the budding physicians. The young doctors must learn from the past masters, the importance of possessing faith and confidence in the intrinsic capabilities of Classical Ayurveda, at the same time try to widen the scope of Ayurveda, imbibing the modern trends of medical world.