In an interim order, a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar restrained Patanjali from airing, telecasting and circulating the advertisements in any manner till September 26, the next date of hearing.
"We are prima facie satisfied that an interim protection is necessary in the matter," it said.
The bench also issued notice to Patanjali Ayurved Ltd and sought their stand on the plea filed by Dabur India Ltd, which claims to be the largest manufacturer of ayurvedic medicine and natural consumer products.
Besides seeking a restraining order, Dabur India has also sought a damage of Rs 2.01 crore from Patanjali.
Dabur India moved the larger bench against the September 1 order of a single judge bench refusing its plea that Patanjali be restrained from airing the commercials.
Challenging the interim order, Dabur alleged that the single judge had failed to appreciate that the "illegal trade activity" of Patanjali was causing irreparable and incalculable loss to it.
The complaint was about an advertisement on social media in which a bottle with a blurred trademark and name was shown.
Dabur submitted that the "trade dress/packaging" for its product had acquired distinctiveness as the consumer at large, particularly those who may not be literate, may recall the features of the "Dabur Chyawanprash".
It said it had recently learnt that Patanjali has launched an advertisement campaign to promote its product "Patanjali Chyawanprash".
"The impugned advertisement was uploaded on Facebook page of Patanjali products on August 24, 2017 and on the Youtube channel of the Patanjali on August 25, 2017," the plea said, adding that they feared that this advertisement may be aired and circulated by the respondent on television soon.
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