Propagational Activities

The Council undertakes various activities relating to promotion, propagation and dissemination of scientific knowledge of Yoga & Naturopathy for the benefit of researchers and common public either directly or in collaboration with other organizations. Brief description of these activities is given below:

Participation in Arogyas/Exhibitions/Health melas

The Council actively participates and showcases therapeutic potential and treatment modalities of Yoga & Naturopathy in the Arogya and other Healthe Fairs organised by the Ministry of AYUSH all over the country for creating awareness and propagation of these traditional time tested health care systems. The activities carried out in such events during the year are as follows:

  • Live Yoga demonastration
  • Exhibition of Yoga & naturopathy modalities through posters and translites.
  • Free distributions of IEC materails.
  • Sale of publications and CDs of the council.
  • Free Consulation.
  • T.V show of Yoga & Naturopathy modiliteis and treatments.

Special Campaign on Yoga & Naturopathy in North Eastern States

Special Awareness Campaign on Yoga & Naturopathy was organised in the North Eastern States by conducting a series of State level Seminars in association with respective State Govts. The objective of the campaign was to create awareness towards health benefits of Yoga & Naturopathy systems. The details of the events organised are given here under:-


Three days' Seminar on Yoga & Naturopathy was organised from 28th to 30th March, 2017 at Aurobindo Ashram in collabration with Meghalaya State of Ayush Society. The Seminar was inaugurated by Shri Tsering, Additional Chief Secretary. Shri S. P. S. Sangwan, Consultant (Admn.) and Dr. Jyothi Pullan, Yoga & Naturopathy Physician, Dr. D. N. Sharma, Member SAC represented the Council in the Seminar.


Three days' Seminar on Yoga & Naturopathy was held at Indian Medical Association (IMA) Hall, Lamphelpat, Imphal from 16th to 18th February, 2017. The Seminar was organised by Directorate of AYUSH, Govt. of Manipur with financial support of CCRYN. Dr. K. Rajo Singh, Director of Family Welfare, Govt. of Manipur was the Chief Guest. Dr. Sangeeth Pai and Dr. R. M. Nair represented the Council in the Seminar.


Three days' State level Seminar was organised by Sikkim State AYUSH Society of Health Department at Chintan Bhavan, Gangtok, Sikkim from 15th to 18th February, 2017. Health Minister of Sikkim Sh. A. K. Ghantani was the Chief Guest. Dr. Sangeeth Pai and Sh. Anant Birandar represented the Council in the Seminar.