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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday laid the foundation stone of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar. He laid the foundation stone in the presence of the Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth and Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organization (WHO). Stay with TOI for latest updates:Read Less
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India is taking this centre as a big responsibility for service to all of humanity. This centre will help in providing better medical solutions to the world with the support of traditional medicines: PM Modi

We also heard the ideas of the PMs of Bangladesh, Bhutan & Nepal; they have expressed their good wishes for the WHO-Global Centre for Traditional Medicine. I’m grateful to all of them. WHO has done a new partnership with India in the form of this centre, says PM

We Indians are people living in the spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam and Sarve Santu Niramayah. The whole world is one family and may this whole family always remain healthy, this has been our philosophy, says PM Modi

I also express my gratitude to my friend & PM of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth; I have had a 3-decade old relationship with his family… I’m happy that he accepted my invitation to visit my home state Gujarat & won our hearts by using the Gujarati language.
In addition to healing, Ayurveda includes social health, mental health, happiness, environmental health, compassion, empathy and productivity: PM
Therefore our Ayurveda is understood as the knowledge of life. It is called the fifth Veda, he said.
Traditional medicine of India is not limited to just treatment, rather it is a holistic science of life, says PM Modi

More than 5 decades ago, the world’s first Ayurveda University was established in Jamnagar. Here is one of the best Ayurveda Institute Institute of Teaching & Research in Ayurveda, says PM
Now this global center of the World Health Organization will give Jamnagar a new height in the field of wellness at the global level, he added.
Today, when India is celebrating the nectar festival of independence, the foundation stone laid during that period is ushering in the era of traditional medicine across the world for the coming 25 years, says PM Modi

Today we all are witnessing a very big event for health and wellness all over the world, says PM
I am especially grateful to Dr. Tedros, Director General of WHO. On behalf of every Indian, I thank him for the words he said in praise of India just now, the PM added.
WHO has entered into a new partnership with India in the form of this center of traditional medicine. This is a tribute to both India’s contribution and potential in the field of traditional medicine, says PM Modi

WHO has entered into a new partnership with India as a traditional medicine centre, says PM Modi
It is a recognition of both India’s contribution and India’s potential in the field of traditional medicine. India is taking this partnership as a huge responsibility to serve the entire humanity, he said.
This centre will promote Jamnagar as a place for wellness, says PM Modi
Welness should be the ultimate life goal, he said.
I thanks WHO DG for praising India: PM Modi

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