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About Ayurveda Medical Association of India
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Ayurveda Medical Association of India (AMAI) is an organization of qualified Ayurveda doctors since 1978. It represents all strata of Ayurveda like private practitioners, academicians, doctors in government service, researchers, doctors of medicine industry, PG scholars and students. Kerala, the God's own country has been pioneer in the field of Ayurveda education, Ayurvedic health care, pharmaceutical research, hospital services and medical tourism. Their enormous contributions in the field of research, having international standards are now recognized. In the recent past, there has been an awakening of the international consciousness towards Indian medicine. Health care- takers, medical institutions, social scientists and pharmaceutical companies are showing serious interest in Indian medicine. India and its neighboring countries are now fully conscious towards the potential of Indian medicine. Ayurveda Medical Association of India was formed in 1978 by uniting two similar organizations, Ayurveda Medical Association (AMA) in the northern Kerala and National Ayurveda Medical Association (NAMA) in the Southern Kerala. Both organizations convened a joint meeting on 14th Feb 1978 at Guruvayoor and decided to join together with a common program and the new organization was named as Ayurveda Medical Association of India. The first combined conference held at Thrissur, Kerala on 13th Aug 1978 resolved the following

About Malappuram District

The district Malappuram is remarkable for its unique natural beauty because of the Nilgiri hills in the east, Arabian sea in the west, beautiful Thrissur and Palakkad districts in the south. The Malappuram town is the headquarters of the district and It is situated on the Calicut - Chennai road, 12 kilometers south - west of Manjeri and 52 kilometers south - west of Calicut. The district Malappuram is the cradle for many of the traditional art forms and folk arts. Malppuram had given many many renowned authors and artists who enriched the Malayalam literature and art. Thunjathu Ramanujan Ezhuthachan, the father of Malayalam language had lived here. His birth place, Thunchan parambu, is now a well known tourist attraction. Several renowned authors and artists belong to this district like Melpthur Narayana Bhattathiri, Poonthanam, Achutha Pisharodi, Vallathol, Kuttikrishna Marar, Moyin Kutty Vaidyar, V.C. Balakrishna Panicker, Edasseri, Uroob, Cherukadu, K. Damodaran, Kuttipurath Kesavan Nair, P.V. Krishna Warrier, Vachaspathi, Vazhemkada, Pulikkottil Hyder,Chakkiri Moideen kutty, Nanthanar, Madhavanar etc.


Ayurveda doctors holding registration of Travancore Cochin Medical Council are eligible to get membership.

Membership should be renewed once in a year.

Application forms can be had from the secretory.

Aims and Objectives

To recognize Ayurveda as the national system of medicine/health science of India

To utilize all available advancements and technology in the field of medicine for the growth of Ayurveda

To motivate research in the field of Ayurveda and utilize its outcome for the welfare of the public

To train Ayurveda doctors for the enhancement of public/community health

To ban unrecognized/ unauthorized/unscientific treatment modalities and to unveil such persons and their sponsors

To modify curriculum in tune with contemporary health issues

To take necessary steps for the utilization and preservation of medicine plants

To make the public aware of medicinal plant utility and cultivation

To work for the welfare of Ayurveda doctors and enhance brotherhood among them

To make amicable interaction with other systems of medicines for the benefit of humanity