INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDA COMPETITION 2020
Competition and reporting
Date and time
On Saturday, 15 February 2020, starting at 12:45 pm, the 2020 International Ayurveda Competition will be held in unison in several locations in Romania and other countries. In Bucharest, the 2020 International Ayurveda Competition will be held at the hall in Oteșani 16, sector 2.
The event is organised by AMN-
The International Ayurveda Competition 2020 consists of 6 specific tests, each with several papers, which test the mastery of the three main types of ways of knowing that are described within the millenary tradition of the Ayurveda system, namely: theoretical knowledge (suitable), knowledge through perception (pratyaksha) and knowledge by inference (anumana).
2020 INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDA COMPETITION PROGRAMME
Saturday, 15 February 2020, Romania (12:00 - 19:00)
Part 1 (12:00 - 15:30, Romanian time)
12:00-12:45 Registration and preparation
12:45-13:00 Introductory presentation for part 1
13:00-13:30 Test 1 (30 minutes): Ayurvedic knowledge test (apta)
14:00-14:30 Preparation (30 minutes): Preparatory process to awaken the intuition and the ability to perceive the mysterious beauty of the plants that exist in Nature (prakriti)
14:45-15:15 Test 2 (30 minutes): Test of Ayurvedic knowledge and perception (apta-pratyaksha)
Part 2 (15:30 - 17:15, Romanian time)
15:30-15:45 Preparatory presentation for part 2
15:45-16:15 Test 3 (30 minutes): Ayurvedic knowledge and intelligence test (apta-anumana)
16:30-17:00 Test 4 (30 minutes): Intelligence test (anumana)
Part 3 (17:15 - 19:00, Romanian time)
17:15-17:30 Preparatory presentation for part 3
17:30-18:00 Test 5 (30 minutes): Test of perception and intelligence (pratyaksha-anumana)
18:15-18:45 Test 6 (30 minutes): Perception test (pratyaksha)
18:45-19:00 Final presentation
All those who want to test their knowledge of Ayurveda from several branches of this ancient system are invited to participate in this 2020 International Ayurveda Competition.
The tests contain questions from different branches and areas of knowledge of the Ayurveda system. Organisational details on how to participate in this International Competition can be found at
Those who want to test their knowledge on-
Questions can be sent by email to email@example.com, address that will also be used for sending the results to the on-
THE COMPETITION GROUPS AND HOW THE RANKING IS MADE UP
On Saturday, 15 February 2020, starting at 12:45 pm, the International Ayurveda Competition 2020 will be held in unison in several locations in Romania and other countries.
There will be two categories of rankings in this competition: one category of general rankings by study group and another category of rankings by test type.
OVERALL RANKINGS BY STUDY GROUP
In the Ayurveda Competition 2020 the overall rankings will be done according to 4 classes of study groups namely: groups 01-
In tests 1 and 3, participants can choose 1, 2 or 3 tests from those indicated for the competition group to which they belong. The test with the highest score among those chosen by each participant will be taken into account in the overall group ranking. The choice of the type of tests (A, B, C, D, E, F, G or H) or the choice of their number (1, 2 or 3) need not be similar for test 1 in relation to test 3.
In tests 1 and 3, each participant can choose additional tests, apart from those corresponding to his or her competition group, the result of which will be taken into account in the specific rankings.
SPECIFIC RANKINGS BY TEST TYPE
These specific rankings are narrow rankings by test type, in which those with the highest scores in each of the specific tests in the competition will be awarded.
In tests 1 and 3 of the 2020 Ayurveda Competition, specific narrow rankings will be made for each test type (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L).
In test 1 there are specific rankings corresponding to the indicator 1, and in test 3 there are specific rankings corresponding to the indicator 3.
For the specific rankings, the participation group will not be taken into account. For example, a participant from groups 16-
Similarly, a participant from groups 03-
For the other four tests of the 2020 Ayurveda Competition, i.e. tests 2, 4, 5 and 6, specific rankings will be made and all participants will be included.
In test 2 there will be specific ranking 2, in test 4 there will be specific ranking 4, in test 5 there will be specific ranking 5 and in test 6 there will be specific ranking 6.
In test 2 there is a choice of either the herbal test (with information from the Vanaspati Ayurveda course sections-