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2007

Ardha Kumbh Mela at Sangam, Allahabad: Jan-Feb 07

The month long Ardha Kumbh mela, the biggest religious congregation of saints and the faithfuls on earth was held on the banks of Sangam at Allahabad during Jan-Feb 07. About 50 million people visited the mela during this period. The Sansthan decided to set up a series of free treatment camps at the mela site to serve the devotees visiting the mela.

The following seven free treatment camps were organized by the Sansthan in the mela area:

  1. Main camp at Shankaracharya Marg, Sector 4.

  2. Mathur Chaturvedi Sabha camp at Nagvasuki-Tulsi Marg, Sector 4. Camp in charge – Shri S.P. Singh. Acupressure awareness classes were also held at this location on all evenings and attended by a large number of people.

  3. Trayambak camp at Lower Sangam Marg, Sector 9. Camp in charge – Shri S.L. Agarwal.

  4. Pandit Thakur Datt Smriti Sansthan camp at Akshaybat Marg, Sector 9. Camp in charge – Shri M.K. Srivastava.

  5. Baba Ramdas camp at Ramanuj Marg, Sector 9. Camp in charge – Shri S.P. Kesarwani.

  6. Swami Rameshanand Ashram camp at GT Road-Lower Sangam Marg, Sector 7. Camp in charge Ms. Gita Garg and Ms. Mira Agarwal.

  7. Shri Shri Ji Baba Nagar camp at Shankaracharya Marg. Sector 4. Camp in charge – Shri Alok Kamalia. The ashram also provided boarding and lodging to Sansthan’s therapists.

32 therapists from the Sansthan provided treatment to about 10,000 patients during the camp. Sansthan’s vice president  (treatment) Shri M.K. Midha was overall in charge of all the camps and coordinated the whole effort.

A free treatment camp was also organized by the Sansthan at the mela site towards the end of the mela for the benefit of delegates attending Vishwa Hindu Parishad Sammelan (conference).

The Sansthan was indeed fortunate to have one of the most revered saints of India, Morari Bapu stay with it for 12 days (3-14 Jan 07) in the nearby premises of the under construction Acupressure Takshshila (College). Bapu was very gracious to grant an audience to all members of the Sansthan on one of the days of his stay and bless them. In his address to the Sansthan members, Bapu gave them four ‘guru mantras’ to become true servers of the suffering people, namely, ‘namrata’ (politeness towards patients), ‘mamta’ (love and kindness to patients), ‘samta’ (equal treatment to all patients irrespective of status) and ‘kshamata’ (full development of professional competence).

The Sansthan members were also fortunate in having an audience with Maha Mandleshwar of Juna Pith Swami Awadheshanand on 2 Feb 07. Swamiji very graciously blessed the Sansthan members and presented them with ‘ang vastram’. All the Sansthan members present also partook of the ‘prasad’ at Swamiji’s camp.

 

Treatise I to VI Advanced Training Camp at Allahabad: 22-26 Apr 07.

The above training was organized by the Sansthan from 22 to 26 Apr 07. Classes wee conducted by the author of the Treatise series of books and Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka himself and a team of lecturers from the Sansthan.

Fourth 17 Days Advanced Level Residential Training, Allahabad: 3-19 Jul 07.

The fourth advanced level 17 days residential training course was conducted by the Sansthan at Marwari Dharmshala, Allahabad from 3 to 19 Jul 07. 73 trainees from 17 states including few local students were enrolled. Out station students were accommodated at this dharmshala. Training was inaugurated by Additional Director of Education, UP Government, Shri Vasudev Yadav. Sansthan’s vice president Shri Shyam Sundar Saraf was the chief coordinator. Classes were conducted by a team of 11 lecturers from the Sansthan including Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka and senior vice president Shri J.P. Agarwal. A cultural programme was presented by the students on the evening of 14 Jul 07. All trainees were taken on a sight sighing tour of local places on 15 Jul 07.

Trainees of advanced level 17 days residential training: 3 -19 Jul 07 along with Sansthan officials

Ayurvedic and Treatise XIV Advanced Training Camp at Allahabad: 6-10 Aug 07.

The above training was organized by the Sansthan at Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon Mandapam hall, Allahabad from 6 to 10 Aug 07. Shri M.K. Midha was the chief coordinator. The book ‘A Treatise on Advance Acupressure Acupuncture Part XIV’ written by Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka and pertaining to eye disorders was released on this occasion and taught during the training. Classes were conducted by senior lecturers of the Sansthan including Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka, senior vice president Shri J.P. Agarwal, Dr. G. C. Agarwal, Shri M.B. Tripathi and Shri A.K. Dwivedi. 378 trainees attended the training. Justice Prem Shankar Gupt, AOC in C Central Air Command Air Marshal P. V. Naik and Chief Standing Counsel of UP Government Shri Mahesh Chandra Chaturvedi graced the inaugural function.

Treatise VII to XIII Advanced Training Camp at Allahabad: 7-11 Oct 07.

The above training was organized by the Sansthan from 7 to 11 Oct 07. Sansthan’s president and author of Treatise series of books, Shri Mata Prasad Khemka conducted the training assisted by Shri Ajay Mishra and Shri Ajay Pandey. 113 trainees attended.

Diwali Celebrations: Nov 07

Diwali pujan was performed at the Sansthan’s premises on 9 Nov 07 by members of the Sansthan. A Diwali mela was subsequently organized in the premises of the Sansthan’s under construction Acupressure Takshshila (College), Chhatnag on the evening of 18 Nov 07 and attended by a large number of Sansthan members, their families and invitees. Justice Prem Shankar Gupt also graced the occasion.

Sansthan’s President on Pragya TV Channel

The electronic media finally woke up to the potential of the unique acupressure therapy and decided to give it space so as to make the common man aware of the therapy’s benefits. The newly established Pragya TV channel took the lead by inviting the Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka to appear on its weekly programme ‘Acu Healer’ which commenced in Nov 07.

Ninth National Acupressure Conference cum Super Advance Training at Allahabad: 23-29 Dec 07

Ninth national acupressure conference cum super advance training was organized at Allahabad from 23 to 29 Dec 07 at Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon Mandapam hall. Shri K. C. Goel coordinated the event. 532 delegates/trainees attended. Air Marshal S. Mukherji, Senior Air Staff Officer Central Air Command was the chief guest at the opening ceremony. Justice Prem Shankar Gupt presided over the function. Shri Pragyan Bhattacharya, programme director of Pragya channel gave an audio-visual presentation of the channel’s programmes being aired including that of the Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka.

Eight books written by various authors were released on the occasion. These books were:

  • ‘A treatise on Advance Acupuncture/Acupressure Part XV – Treatment of Gastro Intestinal Diseases’ and ‘Acupressure/Acupuncture - One Point Treatment’, both authored by Sansthan’s president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka.

  • ‘Diabetes and Allied Disorders’ by Sansthan’s senior vice president Shri J.P. Agarwal and Sansthan’s lecturer Kumari Archana Dube.

  • ‘Constipation’ by Shri J.P. Agarwal and Sansthan’s lecturer Shri Alok Kamalia.

  • ‘Liver, Gall Bladder and Metabolic Disorder’ by Shri J.P. Agarwal and Sansthan’s lecturer Kumari Shwetma Mishra.

  • ‘Kab, Kyon, Kaise, Kahan’ and ‘Embryology for Beginners’, both by Dr. G. C. Agrawal.

  • ‘Cancer – Prevention, Detection & Cure Through Acupressure’ by Dr. Devendra Vora.

A number of research papers were read out at the conference. Shri M.P. Khemka, Shri J.P. Agarwal, Dr. G. C. Agarwal, Shri M.B. Tripathi and Shri A.K. Dwivedi conducted the training classes.

 
A view of the distinguished guests at the opening ceremony of Ninth National Conference Cum Super Advance Training - Dec 07. Air Marshal S. Mukerjee, the chief guest is seated third from Left   A view of the participants at the Ninth National Conference Cum Super Advance Training - Dec 07  

 
Sansthan’s president Shri M. P. Khemka lighting the ceremonial lamp at the inaugural function of Ninth National Conference – Dec 07    Air Marshal S. Mukerjee releasing the book Kab, Kyon, Kaise, Kahan’ by Dr. G. C. Agarwala at the opening function of Ninth National Conference
     

 
Sansthan’s president Shri M. P. Khemka administering oath to the trainees at the Ninth National Conference Cum SuperAdvance Training. Sansthan’s senior vice President & course director Shri J. P. Agarwal is on the Right   A view of the participamnts taking oath at the Ninth National Conference Cum Super Advance Training

Extension – Indian Academy of Acupressure, Allahabad

Two branches of the Academy were established during the year. The first one was established at Muzaffarpur on 7 Jul 07 by Guru Kripa Acupressure Prashikshan evam Upchar Sansthan. 40 students enrolled for the first batch of the academy. The second branch was established at Vadodara on 8 Sep 07 and was christened Shri Hari Acupressure Academy. 27 students enrolled for the first batch of this academy.

Basic Training at Allahabad during 2007

During the year, basic training was conducted by the Sansthan at Allahabad during Feb Mar, Jun and Sep.

Outstation Training Camps during 2007

During the year, training camps were organized by the Sansthan at Patna, Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur, Lucknow, New Delhi, Indore, Shahpur Patori (Bihar), Kanpur, Kolkota, Bhiwani and Bareilly.

Free Treatment Camps during 2007

Free treatment camps were organized by the Sansthan during the year at Vadodara, Rishikesh (Parmarth Niketan) and Nainital in addition to the treatment camps at Ardh Kumbh mela (see top).


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