Established in May 2018, We have firm faith in the legacy of India and our ancient Ayurvedic treaties which have always taught us to have a comprehensive approach to health with commitment towards enhancing positivity and wellbeing in individuals.
• We look forward to becoming the leading organization of Ayurveda in the country committed to creating the best possible future for helping the mankind to adopt a disease free life.
• We are here to make Ayurveda acceptable, accessible and affordable for a common man.
The knowledge of life and longevity, Ayurveda, is perhaps the oldest existing body of knowledge on the healing system. This holistic and natural healing system was developed by highly evolved spiritual beings who not only addressed the problems of the body and mind but also of the human spirit and consciousness. This knowledge system, which is in perfect harmony with the Indian thought process and its origin, can be traced to the Vedas and does not aim to merely cure the disease syndrome. Instead, it looks to reharmonise the living body and restore it to its natural state of equilibrium.
Ayurveda goes far beyond being a mere system of medicine. It is a way of life, propounded specially for the upliftment of mankind. The original Ayurveda treatises give a comprehensive description of how to live one’s life in tune with nature, free of disease and illness.
Ayurveda gives a graphic account of how the living body is only a microcosm, and nature and all the elements that exist in it, are reflected in the human body. This close interconnection with nature forms the basis for the indigenous thought process of Ayurveda. It is the foundation on which all the theories, principles and classifications of Ayurveda, are built.
Ayurveda teaches that health is maintained by the balance of the three functional mechanisms; know as Vata, Pitta and Kapha. All Ayurveda treatments are designed to return these forces to a harmonious balance rather than treat what their imbalance manifests. Thus, it focuses on causes rather than symptoms. Since each individual has their own particular physiological constitution, Ayurveda treats the individual and not the disease. Such an approach has proved to be highly effective through the centuries and consequently, many Ayurvedic healing regimens have been adopted and refined by people all over the world.