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Dr KK Aggarwal receives Vishva Hindi Samman

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Receives the award from Home Minister Rajnath Singh at the 10th Vishva Hindi Samelan hosted by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India in Bhopal

Recognising his contribution in the field of modern scientific, medical writing, the Ministry of External Affairs – Government of India conferred the Vishva Hindi Samman to Dr KK Aggarwal. The award was given to Dr Aggarwal at the ongoing 10th Vishva Hindi Samelan in Bhopal for his book Alloveda by the Home Minister, Rajnath Singh.

Others present on the dais included Dr Harshvardhan, Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Govt of India; Shivraj Chouhan, Chief Minister of MP; Mohan Lal Khattar – Chief Minister of Haryana; Raman Singh, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh; Mridula Singha – Governor of Goa; Keshari Nath Tripathi, Governor of West Bengal; General VK Singh – Minister of State for External; Anil Wadhwa, Secretary East MEA; Leela Devi, Minister of Social Security Mauritius and Anil Mahav Dave, MP, Alok Sanjar, MP

A consultant cardiologist, President of Heart Care Foundation of India and the Honorary Secretary General of the Indian Medical Association, Dr Aggarwal has worked extensively towards explaining Vedic medicine in a scientific manner. He has also played an active role in streamlining the procedure of handling medical negligence cases and creating guidelines that all doctors must follow through his books and writings. He is also the MD of the IJCP Group of Medical Communications through which he has contributed immensely in the field of medical scientific writing. Dr Aggarwal also works tirelessly for the upliftment of the lower sections of the society with the basic belief that every person irrespective of their gender, caste or social standing deserves proper medical care.

Dr Aggarwal is the recipient of three other national awards namely the Padma Shri, Dr BC Roy National Award, and National Science Communication Award. He is also a Limca book of World Record holder for the maximum people trained in the life-saving technique of hands only CPR.

Commenting on the occasion, Dr KK Aggarwal said, “I am honored to receive such a prestigious award from the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt of India. Vedic scientific knowledge incorporates science behind rituals, religion, and festivals. As per the Vedic philosophy incorporating parasympathetic breathing and exercises in one’s everyday life can reduce the disease duration, requirement of modern medicine drugs and help prevent most lifestyle disorders.”

Alloveda is a book that Dr Aggarwal has authored on Vedic knowledge in allopathic language. The book, in Hindi, explains how Vedic knowledge can be synergistically used in modern practice. For example; chanting of vowels produces interleukin 2 and chanting of nasal consonants produces delta activity in the EEG and hence all sounds with a mix of a vowel and a nasal consonant will produce mental and physical relaxation. Dr Aggarwal also explains Adwait Ramayana in modern science language, linking mind, body and soul concept. He emphasises the role of parasympathetic lifestyle and breathing. Any activity, which can bring one from a sympathetic to parasympathetic mode, can help healing.

 

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