Ayush Visa to boost Ayurveda tourism with launch of Heal in India Portal
Chandigarh: A detailed brainstorming took place on the Ayurveda Tourism and Ayush Visa via Heal in India portal in the meeting of the Executive Committee and Standing Committee of the All India Ayurveda Mahasammelan at Dhanwantri Ayurveda College 46 , Chandigarh. Vaidya Triguna and Dr. Rakesh Sharma informed that Ayurveda drug manufacturing companies are making every possible effort to propagate India's ancient treating method. Ayurveda Mahasammelan got grants worth Crores from ayurved Pharma companies . Also 1100000 rupees has been given by Dr. Naresh Mittal Director Dhanvantari College, 1100000 rupees to Vaidya Triguna's daughter, Haryana Ayurveda Sabha has also given a donation of 1 lakh. All Ayurvedic doctors of India can contribute to Ayurveda tourism by registering on the Heal in India portal. Dr. Rakesh Sharma and Dr. Sanjeev Goyal informed that AYUSH visa will be issued under the Heal in India portal. The Punjab government has also given an extension of 3 years as registrar to Dr Sanjeev Goyal . At the end of the meeting, Dr. Anil Bhardwaj and Dr. Geeta Joshi thanked the dignitaries present. It is noteworthy that last year, on the occasion of Ayurveda Summit, Narendra Modi had said that in 2014, the AYUSH sector in India was about 300 crores, which has now increased to Rs. 1800 crores. The Ministry of AYUSH has taken several major steps to encourage startup culture in the field of traditional medicines.