A trip to western Ghats to see the West Bengal government’s alternative medicine center is a big price tag, but a small one at that.
It was supposed to be a two-week tour of the West, but the tour was cancelled due to a drought.
Instead, the center is looking to expand and offer services to people in need of alternative medicine.
The center will be in the city of Surat on the banks of the Brahmaputra River.
It will be a collaboration between the Centre for Alternative Medicine (CAAM) and the Western Ghats Municipal Corporation.
This year, the organization will hold a workshop in Surat to introduce the concept of alternative medicines to the people of western Ghat.
“We have developed a unique and well-known brand in this area.
We believe that this brand is very much needed in this region,” said Rajesh Kumar, president and CEO of CAAM.
“It is an idea that is spreading throughout the region and we want to share this with the people,” he added.
“When people come to us and say they want to know about alternative medicine, we have to tell them the truth.
They have to understand it.”
Dr. Arjun Khurana, a retired doctor and member of the CAAM, said, “The government and medical community need to work together to provide these services.
We are very hopeful that this concept will be adopted by the government and community in the West.”
CAAM has already started its own brand in western Ghata and plans to extend its services to the city.
“The brand is named after Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, the founder of modern medicine,” said Khuranas.
Dr. Rajesh, who is also a board member of CAam, said that the brand will be used to promote alternative medicine and offer its services in various areas of the region.
“With the help of this brand, we can offer services in other parts of the state, like Surat and Bengaluru,” he said.
“This is something that we need to keep on promoting and working with.”