40 Days Day-Night Kumbh Mela Camp
80 doctors involved. More than 3000 acute, chronic & other cases were treated.
Trimbakeshwar, Nasik. Aug. - Sept. 2015. Kumbh - Mela pilgrims being treated. The motives behind organizing such a camp were to propagate the Homoeopathic treatmentamongst people & to provide self confidence amongst the practicing young doctors & interns. 100 doctors involved. More than 3000 acute, chronic & other cases were treated.
Narayangaon, Pune - Homoeopathic Veterinary camp, 20th February 2005. In this special camp 100 animals like cows, buffalos, sheeps and dogs treated with Homoeopathic Medicine and the follow up is continued with excellent results.
Awsari Budruk, Pune - Homoeopathic Veterinary camp, on 23rd Sept. 2012. This Camp was organized by Urja Foundation with Mission Homoeopathy of Dr. Amarsinha Nikam with the help of local Veterinary Specialist Doctors.
In this special camp 160 animals like cows, buffalos, sheep and dogs suffering from diseases like sterility, cancer, fibroids, etc treated with Homoeopathic Medicine and the follow up is continued with excellent results.
Free Homoeopathic Medical camp at Halbaras, Baster - Chhattisgarh, 450 km away from Raipur on 1 to 3 April 2005
We were warned not to go to Baster because it was in the interiors and had terrorist infiltration. But once the camp started moving, there was a big queue of the patients.
Nandurbar and Shahada. 16th& 17th October 2005. Free Medical camp for SICKLE CELL Patients.
“It is a genetic disorder commonly found in many Aadivasi areas. By the use of Homoeopathic medicines, the condition of the patients improved rapidly. The Follow up is still continuing.” - Dr. Ashok Lunkad, Nandurbar.
The Bastar Camp’s Follow up still continues. Many cases like Persistent Malaria are also being treated.
Camping in Ganpatipule, Ratnagiri. 25 Dec. 2003 during. Spiritual International Sahajyoga Seminar. 6500 participants from 85 Nations participated in Seminar.
Serving the needy : Rural Health Camp
Organizing camps at Pimpalgaon, Ganganbawda, Satara, Saswad, Lasurne, Velapur, Baramati, Pimprigaon - also all across the route of Palkhi Pilgrims are a routine affair.
Lasurne & Velapur 19 July 2003. Treating Pandharpur pilgrims.
Trimbakeshwar, Nasik. Aug. - Sept. 2003. Kumbh - Mela pilgrims being treated. The motives behind organizing such a camp were to propagate the Homoeopathic treatmentamongst people & to provide self confidence amongst the practicing young doctors & interns.
Leprosy Camp : Dr. Bandorawala’s Maharashtra Govt. Leprosy Hospital, Yewalewadi, Kondhwa, Pune. Free Homoeopathic Medical Camp. Sunday, 9th March 2008. The camp is a continuous affair since then.
Healing the ‘Untouchables’ : Serving the patients with social stigma “It is very astonishing to see how Homoeopathy works in the advanced deformities &Leprotic Neuropathic cases. The patients recovered mentally as well.” - Dr. SharadSabnis, Medical Officer, Leprosy Unit, Pune.
Panchtarni, Amarnath. July 2004. Over 3,900 meters above sea level, doctors brave terror threat to treat pilgrims.
Team of 50 doctors worked fearlessly despite the danger of extremist & gave relief to thousands of patients.
Patriotic service : Amarnath Camp
It was very challenging to treat patients at high altitude without Oxygen cylinders, saline or without any allopathic medicine. Homoeopathy proved that it can be used successfully at such high altitudes also.