Our CEO Dr. Vandana Taneja with megastar Amitabh Bachaan

KaunBanegaCrorepati 10 hosted by megastar Amitabh Bachchan 

Dr. Vandana Taneja on the hot seat 2018 October 22 & 23 episodes in KBC 10

 

She is an ayurvedic physician practicing for last 16 years. She was born and brought up in Kurukshetra, INDIA and is currently living in Faridabad, HARYANA, INDIA with her husband. Prevention of disease and promotion of health with ayurveda is the main aim of Dr. Vandana. She also played badminton up to Haryana state level. She explained an ayurveda technique to cure stress & other diseases with Shirodhara, a form of Ayurveda therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead The name comes from the Sanskrit words shiro (head) and dhara (flow). She also circulated her thought “If you use kitchen spices & other food products as dispensary medicines no need to go to dispensary”

Dr. Vandna was the first contestant to answer the quickest in fastest finger first round on 22nd. She adviced & offered the prescription to Amitabh Bachchan to cure voice & throat issue. Amitabh Bachhan also asked to give her medicines during the live TV Show. However, Dr. Vandana quit the show after exhausting her three lifelines. She took home Rs 3,20,000. She announced in a press meeting all the money she earned from KAUN BANEGA CROREPATI will be used to promote the Ayurveda.

 

Patient’s feedback about Vandanas Ayurcure (www.medayurveda.com)

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  • Use evidence as a tool, not as a determinant of practice; humbly accept death as an important part of life; and help people make the best possible arrangements when death is close
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