“Socio/Political Activist, Health Advisor, Consultant, Mentor, and Friend”
Dr. Anshu Gupta is a Social Reformer and Activist, a Freelance Healthcare Consultant and Advisor, a Yoga, Naturopathy and Acupressure Consultant, and an invaluable Mentor. She attended Scholars Home All India Sr. Sec. Day & Residential School followed by Demonstration Multipurpose High School, Aptech Computer Education, IIS Websity, Indian Institute of Yoga and Naturopathy, Sudarshan Kriya- The Art of Living, and the University of Delhi. She was District Vice President, Krishna Nagar, Vishwas Nagar Vidhan Sabha Chetra, Mahila Congress at the Indian National Congress (INC). She is the Founder Chairperson, DRISHTI (Medical NGO), created for raising and spreading healthcare awareness. She is a Liver Transplant Coordinator and Consultant associated with a renowned liver transplant surgeon’s team. She is also a Naturopathy Doctor at Anshu Gupta’s Therapeutic Yoga Centre. She is an MC member at Sangeet Surbhi. She is also the President, Human Peace Foundation Regd., I. P. Extension. Her motto is to help the people of her country and serve needy people to the best of her abilities. For that, she has also taken the pledge by the human rights commission (NHRI).
Dr. Anshu Gupta works very hard for the betterment of society, both as a member of many organizations and as an individual. She has worked as a member of the INC at the district level. She was later welcomed by other political parties and organized various programs. She even distributed needy things to poor people at her own expense. She has been honoured by various prestigious forums, platforms, and clubs in I. P. Extension, by leading social and political personalities. She has also been invited as a Judge by various organizations such as the Loving Friend Club and Inner Wheel Club on many festive occasions. She has often raised her voice for crime/violence against women associated with Ring The Bell by Breakthrough. She was invited to British Embassy on International Women’s day and her speech was highly appreciated.
Since a long time ago, Dr. Anshu Gupta has been running support groups for Organ Donation Awareness, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, and Ulcerative Colitis through her online blogs. A special support group for J-Pouchers was also started in India by her. In addition to the above, she has developed a few specific exercises for such patients in India. She has also developed special exercises for brain stroke patients, to the extent of helping her mother come out of it. Such has been her success. She has actively participated as a delegate in various medical conferences and CME programme organized by renowned hospitals (such as Apollo, Medanta, SGRH, etc.) on liver transplantation, gastrointestinal surgery, and organ donation. She has also participated and delivered a talk on organ donation at the conference organized by ISOT (Indian Society of Organ Transplantation). Dr. Gupta is also a columnist in the magazine Varishth Nagrik Awaaz and has many articles on cancer, yoga nidra, etc., published in her name.
Dr. Gupta is the Founder President of DRISHTI, a Medical NGO, created in the loving memory of her parents. Through this forum, she has organized various talks with renowned health practitioners of the country. Such discussions have helped the attendees understand the nitty- gritty of healthcare and also provided important direction to patients. She had also organized the Programme/Drive for Amarbel Awareness and made her own OXYGYM.
Dr. Anshu Gupta also holds honorary positions in various organizations and NGOs, such as Sangeet Surbhi, Inner Wheel Club, Prabhav Educational NGO, Human Peace Foundation, etc. In addition, she writes and maintains many online blogs on Liver Transplantation, Therapeutic Yoga, and Ulcerative Colitis & J-Pouch Surgery.
Dr. Gupta has been an inspiration for many, and her unstoppable attitude guarantees that she has many more achievements coming her way in the future. She attributes the success coming her way to the blessings of her parents, family, friends, and relatives, who have been the pillar of support.