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Declining Popularity of AYUSH, the Recent Report of National Sample Survey Organization

Prof. R.H. SINGH.

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Abstract
One may notice an unprecedented panic among the AYUSH fraternity about the recent NSSO report 2015 on the steep decline in the popularity of AYUSH systems. This sector has been claiming for years that Ayurveda is a highly popular health care system in India for hundreds of years and there is a new wave of resurgence of interest in this system world over.

Key words: NSSO, Ayurveda


 
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