Many years ago, we used to meet on the Second Sunday of the month to listen to Aiya’s (Dr. Poongavanam) thoughts on various subjects and to share mutual experiences.
The recordings of those events are uploaded here. Since these meetings were conducted in open halls, the quality of the recordings may not be at acceptable level. If any of you can help us improve the quality by some kind of audio processing software, please come forward.
We have provided both listening and download links for all the recordings. In many cases, the full discussion has been split into appropriate parts to go directly to topics of interest.
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On 10th April 2016, a Homeopathy conference was held in Dindigul.
Dr. Poongavanam was invited to deliver a speech in the conference.
This is the audio of the speech.
This is the download link.
In 2013, Dr. Poongavanam was invited by All India Radio’s FM Rainbow Channel to give a talk on Alternate Medicine and to answer listener’s queries.
The full talk has been uploaded to Youtube in five parts.
This is the first of the five parts
This is the second one.
This is the third.
This is the fourth one.
The final one.
A warm welcome to you all.
We have some good news for you. We removed the registration process which was required to access the downloads section.
We will be uploading all the audios, videos and course notes of various courses conducted by Dr. Poongavanam in due course. All the material can be accessed without any restriction.
Dr. Poongavanam conducted a course on Tissue Remedies in Bangalore starting on 22nd Feb 2015.
The entire lecture session has been uploaded to Youtube. The Youtube playlist containing all the eight parts is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRk5MJvEzhDBEpymShqPgoUxtqzvYo4zz
The individual parts are also given here. This is the first of the series.
Part 2 of 8
Part 3 of 8
Part 4 of 8
Part 5 of 8
Part 6 of 8
Part 7 of 8
The final part
The videos have not been edited. Audio quality also may not be very good. We would be very happy if any of you volunteer to help us improve/edit the audio and video.
When the decision was taken to revamp the website, the first decision was whether to switchover the CMS based design or the traditional design. The answer was easy. It has to be CMS based.
However, when it came to the second question, which CMS, it was not easy to say.
General advice was use Joomla.
Today, our web site features a new look. In line with the current trend, the web site has been designed using WordPress CMS.