About Frlht


About Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions (FRLHT), Bangalore, since 1991
Vision: To revitalize Indian Medical Heritage
The overarching objectives of FRLHT are:

  1. To engage in high priority, trans-disciplinary research that bridges Ayurveda with biomedicine, life sciences, engineering, pharmaceutics and the social sciences, art & culture and build new paradigms, standards, products, processes, technologies and communication strategies.
  2. To engage in research to uncover the algorithms of theoretical foundations and therapeutic strategies of Ayurveda and to use digital technology platforms for documentation and interpretations.
  3. To engage in clinical research to establish the clinical theories and practice of Ayurveda and promote Good Clinical Management (GCM).
  4. To design and demonstrate conservation strategies including the creation of geospatial database focused on threatened species
  5. To design and demonstrate augmentation strategies for sustainable use of natural resources (flora, fauna, metals and minerals) used by the Indian medical heritage
  6. To design and implement innovative online and offline educational programs for rural and urban households, school and university students and folk healers
  7. To design and implement strategic outreach programs for widespread dissemination of validated health interventions derived from traditional health sciences and practices which can impact rural and urban communities in India and globally

FRLHT is also a Private University titled “Institute of Trans-Disciplinary Health Sciences and Technology”, as per the special Issue of Karnataka Gazettee notification number: HFW 90 PTD 2013, Government of Karnataka; dated 26/06/2013. http://ihstuniversity.org/