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Thursday, April 21, 2011

ஓலை சுவடிகள்

பாரம்பரிய மருத்துவ ஆய்வு மையம்,மருத்துவ ஓலை சுவடிகளை மின்பதிவு செய்யும் பணியில் ஈடுபட்டிருக்கிறது. எதிர்கால சந்ததியருக்கு நம் சித்த மருத்துவ செல்வம் அழியாமல் சேர்வதற்கும் நம் மருத்துவ வலிமை மேம் படுவதற்கும் இம்முயற்சி மிக அவசியம். பாரம்பரிய மருத்துவர்களும், தமிழ் அறிஞர்களும் இம்முயற்சி வெற்றி பெற உதவுமாறு வேண்டுகிறோம். தங்களிடம் இருக்கும் சுவடிகளை மின்பதிவு செய்ய சில காலம் கொடுத்து உதவவும். மின்பதிவு செய்த பின்னர் சுவடிகள் நல்ல நிலையில் திரும்பி கொடுக்கப்படும். நன்றி -திருநாராயணன்
தங்களுக்கு தெரிந்தவர்களிடம் சுவடி இருக்குமானாலும் தெரிவிக்கவம்.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

World Siddha Day celeberations






The government siddha doctors of Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri districts jointly organized a seminar at Dharmapuri on 14th Apl,2011 to commemorate the World Siddha Day. Dr P Arunadevi, Dharmapuri District Siddha Medical Officer presided over and the Tamil scholar Dr R Elam Kumaranar delivered the keynote address. Ms K Malarvizhi from Anna University, Trichy spoke on ‘Technological Platform for the Development of Siddha”, and Dr K Kootharasan, special grade Medical officer, Siddha delivered a lecture on “Phyto-chemical Constituents.” Dr T Thirunarayanan, Secretary of CTMR was honoured on the occasion and conferred the title ‘Manithaneya Maruthuvar’ meaning physician with humanitarian outlook. Dr.T.Thirunarayanan thanked the Siddha Doctors Association, and said “we need to take up more technology, more research to take the medicines to the masses, especially the poor and the under privileged at an affordable cost.



Mr.Malaravan of the Tamil cultural and medical tradition association handed over a medicinal palm manuscript to Dr.T.Thirunarayanan as CTMR is engaged in preserving and digitizing the ancient manuscripts.

Workshop for School Students on Traditional Medicine

The Coordinator of Health Programmes of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan and physician -teacher Dr.Suchitra from 'The Schoo'l of the J.Krishnamoorthy foundation wanted CTMR to organize a workshop on Traditional Medicine for the Children from Avvai home School. CTMR organized a workshop on 28th Feb 2011 at its office premises. About 15 students and three teachers took part in the workshop. Healthy living, low cost healthy diet using local resource, common diseases and simple herbal remedies were explained to them by Dr.T.Thirunarayanan. Mrs Jeyanthi Narayanan explained the uses of various medicinal plants that can be grown in households, school herbal garden and also available in common land and roadsides. About 40 types of medicinal plants were shown to them. Dr. S.Rajkumar explained the use of crude herbal drugs, most of them available in kitchen and showed them the crude drugs. He also demonstrated preparation of Simple cures like Thiriphala churanum, Thirikatu churanam, preperation of Syrup and decoction. The Children interacted very well with the experts and got their doubts clarified apart from telling them the use of herbs which are grown in their neighbourhood. The entire workshop was videographed by staff of Visual education division for circulation among schools.