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PM Modi Applauds Work Done By Nirogstreet In Promoting Ayurveda Healthcare

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GUWAHATI, March 30: NirogStreet, India’s first technology-led end-to-end Ayurveda doctor platform, has been earning accolades both in India and globally for its sustainable contributions towards capacity building, community building, and promotion of Ayurveda healthcare. Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi recognised and applauded the work done by NirogStreet in the latest episode of ‘Mann ki Baat’.
Addressing the nation through his monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’, he said, “Six years ago, the market for medicines related to Ayurveda was around Rs 22000 crore which has risen to Rs 1.4 lakh crore because Yoga and Ayurveda are increasingly trending all over the world.” He also mentioned how NirogStreet’s technology-led unique concept in Ayurveda Healthcare Ecosystem is connecting Ayurveda Doctors from across the world directly to the people and over 50000 practitioners are associated with it.

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Talking about NirogStreet’s mention in Prime Minister’s Mann ki Baat; Ram N Kumar, founder & CEO, NirogStreet said, “It is and will always be one of the most cherished achievements of NirogStreet to get recognition in the iconic episode of Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat. It has given new validation to our conviction that our efforts towards rebuilding trust and capacity building in Ayurveda healthcare have made a difference. Encouraged by our inspiring leader we will proceed towards the future with new energy and motivation.”

He added, “World Health Day will be observed on April 7, with the focus on overall human well-being and sustainable development. Today the whole world has an increasing inclination, trust, and attention towards Ayurveda and Yoga as a sustainable healthcare system. To attend to the increasing needs, the Ayurveda sector is constantly growing.”

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