Amarjeet S Bhamra meeting Mrs Pratibha Parkar Consul General of India in Frankfurt and discussing deconstructing myths about Traditional Medicines with an introduction to Indian Traditional Sciences exploring the effects of a resurgent choice of freedom for world healthcare, and why it matters to us all. The role of preventive medicine by incorporating Indian Traditional Sciences as a viable pluralistic approach to Health and care for the public.
Mrs Pratibha Parkar Consul General of India in Frankfurt joined the Indian Foreign Service in 2000 and commenced her diplomatic career in the Embassy of India, Moscow. Later, she worked as First Secretary in the Embassy of India in Jakarta, Indonesia and as Counsellor in the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations in New York. She also worked in the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi as Under Secretary for Myanmar (2006-2008) and as Director for Bangladesh and Myanmar (2014-2017). Mrs. Pratibha Parkar joined as Consul General of India Frankfurt on 3 August 2017.