Balkrishna is listed among the top 2% scientists in a Stanford University and Elsevier assessment

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Haridwar: According to research by Stanford University and Elsevier, Acharya Balkrishna of the Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust is among the top 2% of scientists in the world. This list was recently released by Professor John PA Ioannidis and his team from Stanford University in the United States and Elsevier in Europe.

This is an unprecedented global recognition for scientific studies on Ayurveda and Yoga, claims Patanjali. In response to the development, Balkrishna commended his team of more than 500 scientists working at Patanjali institutes for their commitment and effort. Through an evidence-based modern scientific study on traditional justifications and principles, the Patanjali Research Institute (PRI) has continually worked to make Ayurveda a popular trend. Ayurvedic principles are based on a convincing body of scientific evidence that has already been developed by PRI. These studies have received positive reviews from the global scientific community and have been published in numerous high-impact, peer-reviewed international publications.

Modern NABL, DSIR, CPCSEA, and DBT-accredited research laboratories as well as NABH-recognized hospitals are available at Patanjali. 75 of the 109 volumes of the World Herbal Encyclopedia, which list numerous medicinal plants with hand-painted taxonomic renderings, were produced by the PRI. The ancient scientific literature and materials on Ayurveda and Yoga are also being revived by PRI while being preserved and translated into contemporary languages. Based on these historic texts, Balkrishna wrote various works on Ayurveda and Yoga that have been translated into more than 80 different languages. The mission of PRI is to support society in living a healthy, disease-free life. Following the most recent honor, yoga masters Swami Ramdev and Balkrishna have thanked everyone connected to the Patanjali family around the world.

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