"To be recognised for social good and that too by the most esteemed organisation of the most powerful country in the world is certainly an honour. Homeopathy too is a powerful science that deserves great recognition and we continue to strive to achieve it," said Dr Bhasker Sharma, commenting on his achievement.
The pandemic may have deterred Dr Sharma from interacting with the President in person, but President Trump sent his wishes and regards via mail that contained the two certificates with his signature and a medal with the presidential seal.
However, this is not the first time that Dr Sharma's success has been recognised overseas. He holds several international records, has published many research papers and has also been conferred with various acclaimed international awards some of which include Dr Samuel Hahnemann International Award London, Senior Homeopathic International Award Singapore, Dr Ellen International Award Thailand, Dr Kent International Award Malaysia, Global Auction Personality of Homeopathy Dubai, Homeopathy Gem (shiromani) International Award Muscat, Star of Homeopathy Award London, Global Environment Award Philippines, Literature Gem (Sahitya Ratna) Award Canada, Best Homeopathy Award Nigeria, Global Icon Personality Award Africa, International Peace Award Indonesia, Doctorate Award Algeria, Homeo Bhushan Kathmandu, Homeopathy Shri Goa, Homeopathy Ratna and Chikitsa Ratna.
Dr Bhasker Sharma has written over 200 books on literature and homeopathy. He has recorded several innovations while contributing at several national and international universities. He is determined to strengthen the methodology of homeopathic medicine by the means of these new discoveries.
Several notable personalities were prompt to congratulate Dr Sharma upon his most recent achievement of the two American Presidential awards. Some of these were Dr Jasbir Singh, Presidential Board of America; Dr Kelvin Morgan, Africa: Dr Emanuel Sikka Nartey, Africa,
Dr Mario C.Lucero, Philippines; King Dominico, Nigeria: Professor Dr Pravin Kumar Sharma, Academic Director at Tantia University Rajasthan; Professor Dr Suresh Agrawal, Vice Chancellor at Pragyan International University; Professor Dr Shashi Mohan Sharma, Director of Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, UK, London; Dr Vengaraj Singh, International Dean at SBU University, Tonga; Dr Pranav Chakravarti, Deputy Principal Sri Ganganagar Homoeopathic Medical College; Dr Ravindra Kumar, Principal of Dr Rambalak Singh Homeopathy Medical College, Gaya; Dr VK Bajaj (Founder President of WAC People Council), Dr Jyoti V Bajaj (Founder WAC Book of Records International), Former magistrate of State Consumer Redressal Commission, Uttar Pradesh and Professor Dr Anil Kumar Gupta.
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