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The Globalization of Ayurveda

by Swamini Mayatitananda

Swamini Mayatitananda (Mother Maya) spoke at the World Ayurveda Congress, Kochi, India, November, 2002. This event attracted the largest[ever] international gathering of Ayurvedic enthusiasts including nearly 2500 of India’s finest vaidyas and scholars. Mother Maya was the only woman invited to present a keynote speech at this historic event. The following is excerpted from her address.

The focal theme of this historic gathering is about India’s role in the globalization of one of her national living treasures - Ayurveda. Responding to the growing popularity of Ayurveda throughout the world, India’s vaidyas have gathered here in pursuit of a common goal - the desire to be a primal force behind the globalization of Ayurveda’s extraordinary and timeless system of healing. Demand for Ayurveda from the world community of consumers as well as industry response serve to guide Ayurveda’s movement toward globalization. For India to succeed in her quest to guide the dissemination of Ayurvedic education and the distribution of its medicines and literature, we must first address a paramount concern. How do we globalize Ayurveda without impairing its timeless and essential wisdom?

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