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Welcome to Provincial Dept. of Ayurveda - Central Provice, Sri Lanka



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Sri Lanka is a country of rich heritage, one of which is its indigenous system of medicine,which has been practiced by the people since time immemorial. The Ayurveda system of medicine from North India, the Siddha system of medicine  from South India and the Unani system of medicine of Arabs enriched with contributions from the traditional system of medicine called "Desheeya Chikitsa"  is popularly known as the Indigenous system of medicine in Sri Lanka.

About Us

About Us

The term ‘Ayurveda’ is referred to different Traditional Medicines- TRM exists in the country. It refers to the Ayurvedic system of medicine from North India, the Siddha system of medicine from South India and the Unani system of medicine of Arabs en...

Commissioner's Message

Commissioner's Message

Being an ancient system of medicine, Ayurveda possesses a unique ability to match with modern health needs and develop in accordingly. The biggest challenge for our department is to convince the public of the capability of Ayurveda to prevent and cur...


News and Events

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

හෙළ අවුරුදු සිරිතේ හිස තෙල් ගැල්වීමේ මහා මංගල්‍යය-2015

ශ්‍රී නාථ දේවාලය-මහනුවර

Soorya Managalyaya 2014


මැදරට වෛද්‍ය ප්‍රඥා ප්‍රසාදීනි සම්මාන උළෙල - 2013

Ayur Ex 2014-Kandy


Opening of Kotmale Hospital


Opening of Dorakumbura Central Dispensary


Ayurveda Theme Song

Ayurveda - The History


What Medicinal System Do You Trust The Most?

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Our Vision

Ayurveda  for  Madarata  Excellence

Our Mission

To  identify and  develop the expected prevention and curative services through indigenous medicine to build up a healthy community in the Central province.

Provincial Flower

Maha Rath Mala Maha Rath Mala
The official flower of the central province the Rhododendron arboreum - subsp. zeylanicum grows in the regions 1700 – 2300m above sea level, in Horton Plains, Ohiya, Pattipola, Seetha Eliya, Moon Thenne in the Nuwara Eliya district. It is reported that this plant has been found growing in the Knuckles, Namunukula ranges.


community medical report 2010

Annual Community Medical Report Panvila 2010 (PDF)