LADAKH ORGANIC BAZAAR EXHIBITION, LEH
An Exhibition was held by Men-Tsee-Khang Cultural Centre Leh from 26th to 28th August 2016 for two and half days at Chuschot Shamma about 18 kms away from our centre. Our centre participated on the invitation by Ladakh Organic Bazaar organized by Mr. Zubir Ahmed, an expert in Karru medicinal plantation. He is the 1st person to start organic cultivation in Leh Ladakh and an adviser to IIIM in Leh. He is also a well wisher of Men-Tsee-Khang.
Panel discussion was conducted on the opening day in which Dr. Thinley Namgyal described about Men-Tsee-Khang health care services to the poor and needy people around Leh and Changthang area.
Men-Tsee-Khang stall was display in the organic bazaar with Herbal Products and books on medicinal plants. The exhibition brought awareness about the efficacy of our products towards the control of Hypertension, diabetes, respiratory problem and other common diseases to those newer to our Herbal Care products. Due to the awareness driven by Men-Tsee-Khang Cultural Centre Leh towards promotion of Herbal Care Products which is one of the unique cultures preserved and collaborated with modern technique. There were stalls of various stake holder on organic and recycle products like Ladakh Organic Food from Western part, Nomadic Wollen Mills from natural fur of animals, Ladakh Organic Farmers Foundation (LOFF), Recycle fashionable products, Snow Leopard Conversancy India trust from southern part, artifacts stone sculpture by Ladakh engineers group and Organic Ladakhi Cuisine. Free medical camp was organized by NRIS where the medicinal plants and herbs charts were showcased to the public.
It was a great exposure to our staff to be involved in such activity. The refreshments were arranged by the Ladakh Organic Bazaar to all the stake holders.
During the closing ceremony, the Adm Director, Men-Tsee-Khang Cultural Centre was invited for the panel discussion which was telecast in Doordarshan Leh. The talk on “HOW TO LIVE HEALTHY LIFE AND TO AVOID JUNK FOOD BY THE YOUNGER GENERATION” was given in which most of the audience were locals. All the attendees showed great interest and few of them wanted to associate with our activity in promoting welfare to the poor and needy people of Ladakh.