Dear Students,

Welcome to Himalaya Infoline, a website dedicated to the Ayurvedic student community. It is a platform for you to learn about the latest developments in Ayurveda, access information on educational institutions, vet through career options and above all else, connect with other students to engage in vibrant discussions online, exchange ideas and acquire knowledge.

For over 80 years, Himalaya has delved into the rich heritage of Ayurveda and developed path-breaking products that are prescribed by over 400,000 doctors worldwide. Today, we are proud to say that Liv.52, our flagship brand, is the only herbal drug in India's top 10 medicines! This accomplishment is testimony to the growing acceptance of Ayurveda.

We are inheritors of this legacy and it should be our collective vision to nurture this wealth of knowledge and share it with the world. As students of Ayurveda, you bear the responsibility of carrying this message and shaping the health of future generations. Remember, this is a great responsibility.

Himalaya Infoline is committed to building a community of scientifically-orientated Ayurveda professionals. Credible information available on the website will enhance your knowledge on Ayurveda and the phyto-pharmaceutical industry. The portal will also give you the opportunity to interact and network with other academic and research institutions to further your career prospects.

We would like this website to be the beginning of a new chapter in Himalaya's long-standing relationship with you. This website helps us reach out to you and be part of your education, learning and campus life.

We look forward to a fruitful association with you.

Together, we can help millions of people lead happier and healthier lives!

Good Luck & God Bless!

The Himalaya Drug Company

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Ayurveda can cure complex diseases: Gehlot

The state government is committed to promote all traditional therapies and Ayurveda would hold sway once again in future, chief minister Ashok Gehlot said on Saturday. The CM was speaking after inauguration of the buildings of University College of Ayurveda and two hostels under Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurveda University.


Ayurveda to be a part of MBBS Syllabus in Maharashtra

The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) will shortly constitute an expert committee to discuss the new syllabus for MBBS students for the forthcoming academic year with a view to include basic Ayurveda as part of MBBS syllabus in medical colleges across the state.

AYUSH to Launch National Survey

The department of AYUSH will launch a comprehensive survey on the usage and accessibility of drugs from different traditional systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, and Homeopathy.