I am very happy to say that Jammu & Kashmir has been a major focus in the Indian system of medicine since ancient times, said the Lieutenant Governor Shri Manoj Sinha. Even in ancient times there was an Ayurveda hospital. There were hospitals and they were developed hospitals. Those who have read ‘Rajatarangini’ during the period of King Raja Randatya and Rani Ranrambha, a beautiful sanatorium for the health of the sick was built. Mahakavi Kalhana in Rajatarangini has mentioned Ayurvedic drug manufacturing units and pharmacies. Our present generation must understand the ancient relation between the Indian medicine system and Jammu and Kashmir and for keeping the society healthy and hence we have to convey the importance of this method to the public in keeping the society healthy. There is registration of professionals in Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission and registry of facilities. And to install the harmony between all the methods of medicine, understanding the roots of the traditional method has become necessary. You all know during the Covid pandemic the importance of the Indian system of medicine and yoga was well recognised and appreciated in its prevention in the world. There was an old belief in people’s mind that it is a herb or it is an exercise. We have been successful in dispelling such notions to a large extent. Under the guidance of the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the whole world has started to recognise and have begun to accept the Indian system of medicine. It also provides a holistic approach to the health and well-being of social citizens. Protecting the health of those who are healthy in society and to cure others who are suffering from any disease, with this feeling the Indian system of medicine works. With the efforts of the PM, the world is not only realising the Indian system of medicine rather the possibilities of employment in this field are also increasing a lot. I believe that the time has come to connect the Indian system of medicine with the world and create a sense of unity in society and the Ayurveda and Unani system. And through the campaign ‘Heal in India, Heal by India’, realise the vision of a healthy world on an international platform, LG said. The PM had said before G20, ‘One Earth-One Health’. The result of his vision is that today the biggest medical experts and scientists have started accepting this fact. Six methods of three thousand years old Indian system of medicine is the most scientific and oldest health system. Jammu and Kashmir apart from being the crown jewel of the country, the crown of India is also incredible from the point of view of tourism. In the tourism sector, Jammu and Kashmir has achieved many successes. In 2022, a record number of tourists 1 crore 88 lakh tourists arrived in Jammu and Kashmir. Both Jammu and Kashmir divisions’ tourist destinations are carving their place on the Global Tourism Map. Now our vision should be that along with tourism, Jammu and Kashmir should participate wholeheartedly in the ‘Heal in India, Heal by India’ campaign of the PM. For this, the Health Department of Jammu and Kashmir under the Ministry of AYUSH should work together. And the campaign to strengthen the basic infrastructure has been started and we should take it further, LG said. Kulgam, Kathua, Kishtwar and Samba in five districts 50-beds integrated Ayush hospitals are being established. Six specialised Ayush Wellness Centres in Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonamarg, Patnitop, Patla and in Jammu and Srinagar Golf Courses are being established, the Lieutenant Governor said.