Dr Pankaj Naram receives Humanitarian Award from Senator of New Jersey
In recognition of his abilities and contributions, on October 1st, 2016, Dr. Pankaj Naram received “Humanitarian of the Year Award” from the citizens of New Jersey, awarded by Senator Sam Thompson. Dr. Pankaj Naram is being honored for not only helping and healing thousands of the 9-11 firefighters and first responders but also for his relentless commitment to all who need help and healing in any sectors of society around the world.
Dr. Pankaj Naram is considered one of the world authorities in the ancient practices of pulse diagnosis, marma healing, and the use of diet & ancient herbal remedies for modern-day maladies.
Through understanding the secrets of the pulse, Dr. Pankaj Naram has been able to help people over a million people from 108 countries with chronic and acute health conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney problems, hair loss, infertility, ADD/ADHD, psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema, heart problems, asthma, allergies, arthritis, obesity, and on and on.
Dr. Pankaj Naram says he gives credit for his success to his master. He reports meeting his master more than 30 years ago when Naram was a balding, bespectacled and overweight young doctor. A patient told him about an 115-year-old healer, Baba Ramdas, who practiced just outside of Mumbai. Ramdas was part of a direct lineage of healers that goes back 2,500 years to Lord Jivaka, the personal physician for Buddha. Despite his age, Ramdas was seeing 75 to 100 patients a day and was able to determine what the imbalance with the person in less than one minute. Dr. Pankaj Naram said Baba Ramdas not only helped him reduce his diabetes, grow his hair back, and lose weight, but also helped him face his fear and ego so that he could be a true healer.
Most recently Steinbeis University in Berlin has recruited Dr. Pankaj Naram to teach a course to some of their top doctors from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and other parts of Europe. This 2-year certification course, beginning in November 2016, is to be called “Ancient Traditions of Healing: Siddha-Veda and Dr. Pankaj Naram.” Participants in the course will participate face-to-face, online, and through a series of practical learning assignments.
According to Steinbeis University’s website: “Ancient healing methods have been known and practiced around the world by master healers for thousands of years. Traditional medicines, such as known anciently in China and India, are still practiced today, and in rare cases continue from distinct lineages of healers. Siddha-Veda is the culmination of healing methods known and practiced by an unbroken lineage of master healers from the Himalayas, dating back more than 2,500 years. Many of the Siddha-Veda healing ‘secrets’ or methods were passed down master to student and through their ancient ‘scriptures’ or records. This is an introductory course in the Ancient Siddha-Veda healing methods, taught directly by the current head of the lineage, master healer Dr. Panakj Naram.”
Dr. Pankaj Naram regularly visits 12 countries, and his recent tour schedule of U.S. and Canada will be released this week.