Vaidya was the local tour guide on our Ayurveda in Nepal Immersion Program with Todd Caldecott, February 2017.
For Vaidya Madhu Bajra Bajracharya, the practice of Ayurveda is deeply rooted in his Bajracharya lineage, passed down from generation to generation over the last 800 years. Vaidya Madhu learned Ayurveda from his father, the late Vaidya Mana Bajra Bajracharya, an internationally renowned Ayurvedic physician, healer, teacher, and Buddhist Priest in Nepal, who practiced Ayurveda for over 40 years. Born in 1955, Vaidya Madhu also holds a BSc in Zoology, and has been in clinical practice since 1976. Vaidya Madhu has travelled the world extensively, lecturing on Ayurveda in Europe, SE Asia, and North America, training medical doctors and providing his clinical expertise in the fields of Immunity, Cancer, and indigenous Newari medical knowledge. He is Chairman of the Association of Nepal Traditional Ayurvedic Medical Practitioners, and is a proud representative of Newari culture, serving as Vice Chairman of “Hapa Guthi”, an association of local Newari Culture. Vaidya Madhu also serves as a consultant for the Himalayan Herbal Preparation Pvt Ltd, a joint Nepali-Italian venture, and provides his clinical services at his family’s ancestral clinic in Kathmandu, Piyushavarshi Aushadhalaya, the oldest Ayurvedic clinic in Nepal.