Miraj, SRI Group Ponder Introducing Ayurveda Medicine To Uganda After India Roll Out

 Uganda's Ambassador to India Grace Akello (2nd Left) and Miraj Barot (2nd Right), the Managing Director of Tirupati Group, were in India last week to promote Uganda's investment potential. Uganda's Ambassador to India Grace Akello (2nd Left) and Miraj Barot (2nd Right), the Managing Director of Tirupati Group, were in India last week to promote Uganda's investment potential. COURTESY PHOTO

Businessman Miraj Barot of Tirupati Group recently teamed up with Shri Satsangi Saketdham "Ram Ashram" Group Of Institutions (SRI Group) to set up a 100 bed Ayurvedic Hospital and college.

The partnership will also see the commencement of the manufacturing of generic medicines after the establishment of a pharmaceutical company and a research center.

And now, Miraj, whose Kampala-based conglomerate Tirupati Group has established itself in the real estate, agriculture, steel manufacturing, and waste management business, is planning to introduce Ayurveda programs in Uganda, including a hospital and school.

“Frist, we want to introduce it here (India) then bring it there (Uganda) later,” Miraj told Health News Uganda.

Uganda’s ambassador to India H.E Grace Akello and Miraj last week held a meeting with Indian investors at Shri Satsangi Saketdham “Ram Ashram” Education Trust (SRI Educational Campus) located at Vadasma in the Mehsana district of Gujarat with the aim of inviting them to do business in Uganda.

Ambassador Akello discussed with the managing trustee of SRI Group Dr. Bharat Rao about the potential partnerships that can be developed in the Ayurveda fields that can benefit the students and pharmaceutical industry both in India and Uganda.

SRI Group offers a progressive, interdisciplinary, hands-on education system. It prepares students with the breadth and depth of knowledge to become "pillars of the globalize evolution."

Ayurveda is an alternative medicine system with historical roots in the Indian subcontinent. It is a medical system from India that has been used for over 3000 years.

The goal is to cleanse the body and restore balance to the body, mind, and spirit. To do so, it employs a holistic approach that combines diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.

Ayurvedic herbs and spices are also an important component of this approach. They’re thought to protect your body from disease and offer a variety of health benefits, including improved digestion and mental health.

The term Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and Veda (science or knowledge). Ayurveda treatment starts with an internal purification process, followed by a special diet, herbal remedies, massage therapy, yoga, and meditation.

 

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