Lecture on ethno-medicine held at IGRMS

Bhopal: Today, the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS), successfully hosted an enlightening session as part of the Museum Popular Lecture Series. The lecture, titled “Ethno-Medicine and Tribal Healing Practices,” was delivered by Dr. Sunita Reddy, Associate Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), in the Rock Art Heritage Conference Hall, IGRMS, Bhopal.

Dr. Reddy provided deep insights into the traditional healing systems of tribal communities in the northeastern states of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and Manipur. Her presentation included:

The lecture was chaired by Dr. S. K. Pande, Assistant Curator, IGRMS. Dr. Pande highlighted the significance of recognizing and preserving traditional knowledge systems. The event concluded with a vote of thanks by Garima Anand, Museum Associate, IGRMS, who expressed gratitude to Dr. Reddy for her invaluable contributions and to the audience for their enthusiastic participation.

The session provided attendees with a profound understanding of India’s diverse ethno-medicinal practices and their relevance in contemporary healthcare.

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