Express News Service
As befits a Sunday morning, an otherwise busy lane in a tony south Delhi locality is visibly empty. Except for a single nondescript building, outside which a few citizens are basking in the winter sunshine, peeping inside through its glass-panelled door at periodic intervals.
As minutes make way to hours, cars arrive and park and drive away adding to previous automobiles. New sets of restless faces replace the old ones as visitors enter and leave. The waiting lounge is scattered with 20-odd wrought-iron chairs, mostly occupied, with patients who have travelled from all corners of the city.
The building is where a branch of the legendary Arya Vaidya Sala (AVS) Kottakkal operates where with clockwork precision two Ayurvedic physicians are listening to long tales of woes and prescribing medicines, to be purchased from the adjoining counter.
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