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Spend This 31st Night with Ayurvedic wellness centre

2016 is coming to an end and we are all eager to usher in the New Year with great hope and enthusiasm. For most of us this is also the time for retrospection when we sit down and analyze all that happened during the year. Surprisingly, one thing common which we find in each of our lives, especially in the lives of those living in metropolitan cities, is the fast pace with which life is moving. Be it in the domestic life or professional, life seems to be travelling at a pace of light with little time for either the loved ones or even for ourselves. Everyone appears to be running in the rat race with no time to even admire the beauty of their surroundings. Spend your day with Ayurvedic village for Ayurvedic treatment and beauty treatment.

There is a need to change this a little bit in the coming year and what could be better time than the 31st December itself? Many of you by now would have planned or in the verge of finalizing a pub or lounge to spend the 31st night with close ones. However, what if you get a chance to spend the last day of 2016 differently, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, surrounded by greenery, with coconut and palm trees, tiny waterbeds? This may appear to be the scenic description of Kerala ‘God’s known country’.  But, this is not so.

Just 60 Km away from the city, there is an “Ayurvedic Village” where one can be at close proximity with nature. Surrounded by mesmerizing greenery, ‘Ayurvedic Village’ is the best place to relax de-stress and rejuvenate. Although known to be one of the best Ayurvedic wellness centers in India, one need not go only for various Ayurvedic wellness treatments. Even a short stay in the picturesque setting of the centre can re-energize your mind, body, and soul to the fullest. And perhaps 31st night is the best time to take that rejuvenating trip.

Suffering from depression? try ayurveda to Relax yourself


Many people still have no idea that depression is not a low mood. It is not a sad feeling or a rough time, that one can just ‘get over it’. Depression is a serious illness that impacts both physical and mental health. Though the exact reason is still unknown, it can deduced that prolonged periods of difficulties are likely the cause of depression.

Women are 70% more likely than men to experience depression, and young adults aged 18–25 are 60% more likely to have depression than people aged 50 or older. Hence, taking medications can cause more harm than good. Most of the times, they only subdue the effect of such feelings instead of treating it. Also, there are many harmful side effects associated with Allopathic medicines for clinical depression.

That is why Ayurvedic Village suggests  you to try stress management looking out for solutions which are safe. We bring you few simple Ayurvedic remedies that have natural healing abilities.

  1. Ever heard of the saying, “The early bird gets the worm”? Well, if you are feeling down, it is best advisable to wake up at the crack of the dawn. The first rays of sunrise contain ultraviolet rays that are considered as mind stimulators and mood dilators.
  2. We cannot stress Management enough on Yoga therapy. No matter what, take time out of your time for yoga. Poses like Shavasana, Yoga Nidra and Pranayam especially the Anulom – Vilom and Bhramari Pranayam are going to work wonders on your mental health.
  3. For induce positivity in your life, opt for Vegan diet which is more Saatvik. Include more seasonal fruits, vegetables and sprouts in your diet.
  4. Aromatherapy acts beneficial too. You can add a few drops of lavender oil in your bath or burnt in your room. It aroma will acts as a deterrent to negative and sad thoughts in your mind.
  5. Ayurveda herb named Ashwagandha can help lift your mood. Or skilled Ayurvedic treatment doctors can prescribe Saraswatarishta and Brahma Rasayana that are of great aid to fight against this disorder.
  6. And finally, the one advice that all depressed people might have tired of hearing, yet is still effective is keeping occupied mentally during the day in any creative activity that makes you feel happy and positive is mandatory.

If depression goes untreated, it can last for a long time and worsen other illnesses. Hence, getting a treatment is extremely crucial.

Kizhi- Ayurveda treatment for pain relief

Kizhi (Potali massage) is an Ayurveda treatment with much importance. ‘Kizhi’ the term is taken from Malayalam language and it has the south Indian domination. It is a south Indian domination. It is a massage therapy and a part of Ayurveda mainly aims to enhance and protect the health and wellness of the whole body and purifies and rejuvenate the body, mind and soul.

This is a technique by which whole body or specific parts are made to sweat by using warm poultries containing herbs, herbal powders, rice, sand etc. mainly provides heat for aggravated vata and vata kapha conditions.

Aches and pains associated with the joints and muscular Skelton are caused by aggravation of vata. The heat generated in kizhi help to pacify the aggravated vata thus reliving the associated pain immediately more over the enhanced blood supply due to hot fomentation helps to recover from muscular pain. Enhanced circulation reduces the oxidative stress thereby relieving the psycho-physical symptoms of stress.

Different type of Kizhi’s (potli), benefits and indication.

1. Navara Kizhi:-

Navara kizhi is rejuvenation therapy that is very useful for arthritis, therapy that is very useful for arthritis, muscular wasting, general weakness paralysis, pain related to joints and sore muscular.

This is fomentation technique makes use of variety of rice that has medicinal properties known as Navara or Njavara rice. Kizhi are made of Njavara rice which is cooked in cow’s milk along with certain herbs medicated oil is first smeared on the head and body of the patient and the body is massaged with rice bags (kizhi) .It removes stiffness , promotes sound sleep and makes entire body strong and well developed. It also boosts the immune system and slows down the ageing process. It improves the lustre and texture of skin indicated in muscular dystrophy, cervical myelopathy, MND.

2. Mutta Kizhi:- 

Mutta kizhi is a form of treatment where eggs and herbal powders are made into potali and then applied to the body along with hot medicated oil. Mutta kizhi is very effective in facial paralysis and hemiplegia.

3. Jambeera pinda sweda (Naranga Kizhi):- 

Naranga kizhi is done with kizhi containing cut and fried pieces of lemon , garlic , rock salt, turmeric powder ,along with medicated oils. Naranga kizhi is indicated in osteoarthritis, muscular cramps , frozen shoulder, stiffness of joints , PA Shoulder.

4. Ela Kizhi:-

Elakizhi is a treatment that use different types of medicinal leaves and medicated oils to heal pain, related conditions and strengthen and rejuvenate joints, muscles and soft tissues. Elakizhi is indicated in Arthritis, osteoarthritis   sciatica, cervical spondylosis, musculoskeletal pains, myalgia etc.

5. Podi Kizhi:-

Podikizhi is the Ayurvedic technique of fomentation in which cotton bags filled with variety of herbal powders are used. Podikizhi is the common type of Ayurvedic massage technique , that helps in alleviating pain and reduces swelling occurred due to arthritis , muscular spasm, sciatica , lumbago ,Arthritis spondylosis, Rheumatoid arthritis, muscular stiffness, swelling on joints due to osteoarthritis , paralysis and other neurological disease, ankylosing spondylosis, gouty arthritis.

6. Mamsa Kizhi:-

Mamsa Kizhi is specialize therapy  which is performed for the disease related to bone, muscles and nerves .Mamsa means meat  generally uses goat meat, Pinda means bolus sweda means fomentation. The sweda using a bolus which is prepared by using meat along with medicated rice and others herbs is called as Mamsa Kizhi. It is a type of nourishing therapy. The Mamsa which is used for this purpose is processed with different medicine according to the condition of the patient and disease Mamsa Kizhi is indicated in muscular dystrophy, paralysis, premature aging arthritis etc.

Whatever the type of kizhi that is recommended, this wonderful relieving treatment leaves the patient glowing with a feeling of wellbeing that comes when the body, mind and soul are in perfect harmony.

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Ayurvedic Gulkand-Recipe and Health Benefits


Gulkand also known as Rose-Petal Jam is one of the most delicious Ayurvedic preparation. At the same time, its health benefits are beyond doubt. The word ‘Gulkand’ is derived from ‘Gulwhich means ‘flower’ in Persian, and ‘Qand’ which means ‘sweet’ in Arabic.


Gulkand is very easy to prepare, and is delicious as it is to accompany to your meals, or even use it in sweets or milkshakes. The most commonly known benefit of Gulkand is that it has a cooling effect on our body. In addition it has a plethora of other wonderful benefits for your health and happiness.


  1. Mitigates pitta dosha: Gulkand mitigates excess pitta in the body which can cause heat in the body, and so keeps the body cool. It removes problems like lethargy, rashes, aches and pains.
  2. Improves memory and eyesight: It also helps enhancing the memory power. It acts as a powerful antioxidant which also helps in improving eyesight over time.
  3. Helps digestion: Take 1 or 2 teaspoons of gulkand daily to reduce stomach heat and acidity. It helps in improving your appetite, and also enhances digestion to keep you at ease and free of any irritation in the stomach lining.
  4. Excellent skin tonic: Gulkand is great for the skin. It has anti-oxidant properties and helps to remove toxin from the body and purifies blood and so preventing skin problems like blackheads, acne, pimples and rashes.
  5. Protection during the summer: Have two teaspoons of gulkand before going outdoors in the summer sun as it helps in preventing sunstroke by cooling the body. It even prevents nosebleed that occurs due to excess heat in the body.


Anyone can benefit from the wonders of gulkand however a person with diabetes should consult their doctor before taking it.




Things You Need: Glass jar of wide mouth, Rose petals of the Damascus Rose, granulated sugar, cardamom seeds (optional), mukta pishti (pearl powder, optional)




  1. Ensure that the rose petals are clean and free from insects. Wash thoroughly to remove dust, pollen and nectar. Drain and keep in shade for 20 minutes.
  2. Arrange a layer of rose petals, top it with granulated sugar. Keep stacking them alternatively till the jar is full. Use wide mouth jar and set tight using cotton cloth.
  3. Close the lid tightly and keep it in the sun for up to 7 hours per day for about 4 weeks.
  4. Make sure that you mix the ingredients together with a wooden spoon every alternate day.
  5. At the end of 4 weeks your gulkand will be ready and will have a jam-like consistency.




According to Ayurveda, fasting is an effective way to ignite the digestive fire and burn away accumulated toxins from the body. It also eliminates gas, makes the body light and preserves overall health. However, in the name of fasting, many of us end up feasting on high calorie food during the nine days of Navratri. Ayurveda mainly focuses on a Sattvic diet consisting of fruits, milk and preparations made from vegetables to cleanse and detoxify your body. Here are some great tips that help keep your energy levels up while you fast during Navratri: 

  1. Make healthy food choices: Fasting is not an excuse to make up for not having your regular food by consuming on potato chips or other unhealthy snacks. Opt for fruits like apples, guavas and oranges that will keep your energy levels in check. Bananas also provide instant energy so keep some handy.
  1. Maintain fluid levels: To avoid getting dehydrated drink lots of water, herbal teas, vegetable juices and fruit juices during Navratri. During the fast, avoid food containing more spices or salt and use rock salt so that your body does not become weak during the fast.
  1. Prevent acidity: Not eating for extended period of time can cause acidity. Keep acidity in check by always having a handful of fruits or nuts to snack on through the day during the fast. It will provide you with energy throughout the day. Mid-day crunchies can keep those hunger pangs at bay.
  1. Use healthier alternatives: Sugar can be replaced with jaggery or honey. Spices contain antioxidants and are protective foods. They add health and give taste to food and helps in digestion. Jeera(cumin), Elaichi(cardamom) and Dhania(coriander) are known for their carminative action.
  1. Avoid Oily food: Avoid oily snacks like singhara or other fried snacks. Opting for grilled or baked food items is recommended if you aim to detoxify your body. Fruits and vegetables are healthier options to choose from.

Here’s an interesting Ayurvedic recipe which you can try out this Navratri.

 Lauki Raita

Ingredients needed:

  • 1 Cup grated Lauki
  • 2 Cups curd
  • 1 tsp Cumin(Jeera) powder
  • Coriander leaves
  • Rock Salt to taste

Method of Preparation:

  • Boil the lauki till soft.
  • Drain the boiled lauki and let it cool.
  • Mix the curd with a hand blender.
  • Add lauki and blend well.
  • Now add cumin powder, coriander leaves and rock salt. Mix well.
  • Keep it in the fridge for an hour and serve it chilled.

 Benefits of Lauki Raita

According to Ayurveda, Lauki Raita is supachya, which means it helps in the digestion process and also helps in releasing the digestive enzymes. It is very good for those who have a weak digestive fire. Moreover, it is also a filling and nutritious option for those who observe fast on Navratri.

Simple Ayurvedic habits for Cleansing and Detoxifying

In today’s modern world, cleansing and detoxifying have become quite popular.  With our toxic lifestyles, the intention behind this is well founded. So let’s incorporate some of the simple cleansing practices into our life with the help of these 4 simple cleansing tools:-

  1. Consume Green Leafy veggies like Spinach, Kale, Green Cabbage, Beet Greens, Watercress, etc.

These foods contain the bitter taste, which is mostly missing in our diets.  Green Leafy vegetables acts as a powerful detoxifying agent, which helps in reducing weight and water retention. With the diet today loaded hidden sugars, many people have become addicted and overeat foods with the sweet taste. This is one of the reasons why so many people have toxins today. So it is advised to lightly cook the greens with a pinch of turmeric and consume them.  Unless someone has a large vata imbalance, these greens can be consumed at least four times a week but are best cooked, not to be taken raw or cold as in a smoothie or juice.

  1. Use cooked apples, prunes and figs for breakfast to cleanse the bowels.

Having regular elimination is part of what brings the daily waste products out.  Prunes and Figs are well known to cleanse the bowels.  Soaking them overnight is ideal.  Another option is to cut an apple and cook them in 1/2 cup of water with 2-3 whole cloves on a low simmer covered until soft.  The cooked apples serves as a pre-biotic, providing food to nourish your intestinal in and out.  Ideally have the fruits for breakfast three times a week.

  1. Drink tea with mixture of Cumin-Coriander-Fennel seeds.

This tea has a mild diuretic action which cleanses the lymphatic tissue layer.  Those with more dryness in their body need to have less of it to avoid aggravating their inner dryness.  To prepare this tea take 1/3 tsp. each of dry roasted fennel, coriander and cumin seeds and steep in 1 cup of hot water for 4-6 minutes.

  1. Drink enough water throughout the day.

Water acts as a purifier which help in flushing out toxins while boosting immunity. Lack of hydration can create in building up of the toxins that can lead to diseases. Part of your daily cleansing should be proper consumption of water, ideally filtered and pure. Having warm water adds to deeper cleansing effect.

Check our website www.ayurvedicvillage.com for Cleansing and Detoxifying packages or contact our doctors at +91 7506650605 / 606.

Managing Seasonal Allergies by keeping your Immunity System strong

  1. Digestive support.

Your digestive support plays an important role in the feeding all the tissues, cells, and organs in the body. Eating less processed foods & sugar and focusing on more whole foods is always preferred. But there are also other simple things that boost your digestive health such as making sure you’re cooking with spices which act as a fuel to your digestive system. Eating at regular times and not skipping meals keeps your digestive system well calibrated. And not taking in too much liquids, especially iced drinks, with meals prevents you from inadvertently putting out your digestive system.

2. Exercise. Doing exercise not only promotes your immunity system but also enhances digestion and strengthens your tissue metabolism. Do not do exercise beyond your capacity as it could result in weakening of your immune system.

3. Proper hydration. It plays an important role not only in the whole body but also in preventing the body’s membranes from getting dry. Excess dryness can trigger a response in the body to create more protective fluids such as sinus mucus to counter the dryness. Lack of hydration can create in building up of the toxins that can lead to diseases.

4. Stress support Stress plays a major part in depleting of the immune system. Breathing exercises are recommended to reduce stress in Ayurveda. Deep breathing is one of the best ways to lower stress in the body. This is because when you breathe deeply, it sends a message to your brain to calm down and relax. The brain then sends this message to your body.

5. Proper sleep Researches show that people do best when they get a 6-8 hours sleep a day.Not enough sleep can give negative affects to the immune system. Having a healthy bedtime routine can mean- turning off electronics at least sixty minutes before bed, doing some gentle body stretches and taking five minutes to do deep breathing.

6. Massage Massage not only makes you feel relaxed but also helps in feeling energized throughout the day. Its helps in clearing off the stagnant lymph and toxins of the body and builds overall immunity system.

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Ritucharya – Seasonal Routine according to Ayurveda

Ritu means Season and Charya means do’s and don’ts (regime). Ritucharya is the observance of diet and regime according to the seasonal changes occurring in India. As we already know, our diet, activities and routine have a direct impact on our health. The environment we live in and the changing seasons also affect our health. The doshas keep changing according to the season. Hence it is important to make some changes in our diet and regime according to the season. There is diversity of seasons in India.

There are 6 types of seasons namely :-

  1. Hemant Ritu – Early Winters
  2. Basant Ritu – Spring
  3. Gresham Ritu – Summers
  4. Varsha Ritu – Rainy
  5. Sharad Ritu – Autumn
  6. Shishir Ritu – Winter

Hemant Ritu (Margshirsh and Pausha that is from Mid-November to Mid -January) and Shishir Ritu (Maagh and Phalgun that is from Mid-January to Mid-March)

This is the time when winters start in India. The environment is dusty and visibility is less due to fog. According to Ayurveda, during this period there is increase in appetite due to which heavy food also gets easily digested.

Diet to be followed:

  • Include sweet and sour food in your diet. Increased vata gets obstructed due to cold weather outside and can digest the tissues. More intake to sweets and sour items can help in reducing the vata.
  • Jaggery can be included in the diet as it is considered to be very useful for the body in the winter season.
  • Diet including wheat or gram flour should be used. Milk products can be consumed.
  • Products from sugarcane can be taken.

Lifestyle to be followed:

  • Regular oil massage should be done as our body tends to dry up easily this season.
  • Body massage using kesar powder (udavarthanam) can be done as it helps in removing toxins through skin.
  • People should indulge in regular exercise during this season.

Basant Ritu (Chaitra and Baishakh that is about Mid-March to Mid-May) – 

This season is commonly known as the spring season. Environment here is clear and non-dusty. In this season increased kapha is liquefied by the heat of the sun which causes decline in digestive system that causes diseases.

Diet to be followed:

  • Consume food which are easily digestible.
  • Heavy food must be restricted.
  • Oily food should not be consumed.
  • Honey should be consumed as it helps in avoiding diseases caused by kapha.
  • Barley should be consumed. Arishtas can also be consumed during this season.

Lifestyle to be followed:

  • Sleeping during daytime should be restricted.
  • People should exercise regularly.
  • Uptan (facial) should be done.
  • Nasal medication can be taken.

Grishma Ritu (Jyasth and Aasadha that is about Mid-May to Mid-July)

Commonly known as summer season where heat is increased during this season. Due to which Kapha decreases and Vata increases day by day. Dehydration, exhaustion and lack of energy can be experienced during this season.

Diet to be followed:

  • Lot of liquids should be consumed during this season.
  • Milk and yogurt can be taken in this season.
  • Fresh juices, salads and buttermilk can be consumed in large quantities.
  • Drink cold water

Lifestyle to be followed:

  • Avoid excessive physical workout.
  • Apply Chandan paste and bathe in cold water.
  • Sleeping during the day is permitted as nights are quite short during summer season.

Varsha Ritu (Shraavan and Bhadrapad that is between Mid-July to Mid-September)

Commonly known as rainy season. The digestive activity was already weak in the summer season but again it gets triggered during rainy season. Therefore all methods to mitigate the doshas and enhance the digestive activity must be adopted.

The body which is in the durbal avasta ( to purific the doshas and make the doshas healthy and remove the toxins the body Karkidaka chikitsa( monsoon ayurvedic treatment) are done. Mainly Panchakarma chikitsa are done in this period.

Diet to be followed:

  • Food that is easily digested should be consumed.
  • Pulses, soups and old grains should be consumed.
  • Green leafy vegetables must be taken in low quantity or can be avoided if possible.
  • Black pepper, lemon juice and ginger should be consumed to strengthen the digestive system.

Lifestyle to be followed:

  • Panchakarma should be adopted during this season as it helps to enhance the digestive activity.
  • Apply Agarwood oil to the body.
  • Udavarthanam can be done during this season.
  • Avoid exertion.

Sharad Ritu (Ashvin and Kaartik that is between Mid-September to Mid-November)

Also known as autumn season. There is a sudden exposure to sunlight which increases pitta.

Diet to be followed:

  • Processed ghee with bitter herbs can be consumed.
  • Avoid heavy intake of food.
  • Wheat, barley and rice can be consumed.
  • Easily digestible food like honey, rice, gooseberry and cereals should be consumed.

Lifestyle to be followed:

  • Udvartana of Chandan (sandalwood) must be applied.
  • Bathe in warm water.
  • Abstain from liquors.
  • Avoid sleeping during the day.
  • Engage in physical exercise.

At Ayurvedic Village, various monsoon packages are available. A right Ayurvedic practitioner and consultation will help you on your journey to finding the state of health and balance. So, look nowhere else! Visit Ayurvedic Village.

Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is a flowering plant whose ginger root and rhizome are used in different spices and traditional medicines. Its Latin name is Zingiber officinale. Ginger comes in the family of Zingiberaceae, to which also belong turmeric , cardamom and galangal and is probably native to southeastern Asia. Its generic name Zingiber was derived from the Greek Zingiberis, which comes from the Sanskrit name of the spice, Singabera which means “shaped like a horn”.

In India, Ayurvedic texts consider ginger to be one of the most important herbs available to mankind. Ayurvedic practitioners prescribe ginger as a powerful digestive aid since it fuels digestive fire, whets the appetite, and clears the body’s micro-circulatory channels. Ginger is also used in Ayurveda as a remedy for joint pain, nausea and motion sickness.

Here we give you some benefits of the Fresh Ginger :-

  1. Eliminates Nausea Chewing raw ginger is found to be very beneficial for people suffering from nausea. It’s helpful to cancer patients too who suffer from nausea during chemotherapy. Pregnant women who suffer from morning sickness can also be treated by consuming fresh ginger.
  2. Pain reductionGinger can provide pain relief from severe migraines and headaches. It works on migraine by stimulating the muscle contractions and controlling the inflammation in the blood vessels. Ginger has also been used to reduce the pain suffered by women during their menstrual cycle.
  3. Popular digestive aidGinger has been used as a digestive aid for more than 1000 years in ancient cultures. Its intestinal spasmolytic properties relaxes the gastro-intestinal muscles to soothe an upset stomach. Eating slices of ginger sprinkled with salt before meals can increase saliva flow to aid digestion and prevent stomach issues.
  4. Anti-Tumor Properties Ginger has certain properties that have the potential to kill certain cancer cells. Ginger has been proven to treat ovarian cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer. A recent study showed that ginger not only killed the ovarian cancer cells but also prevented them from building up resistance to chemotherapy. They fight cancer because of Beta-Elemene which is an Anti-cancer pharmaceutical that is derived from ginger.
  5. Immunity Booster Ginger has immunity boosting properties that help in treating cold and coughs. It helps in calming the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection. It also works on sore throats and bronchitis. It includes thermogenic properties that help body warm up in winter seasons also promoting healthy sweating.

Now we provide you some benefits of Dry Ginger :-

  1. Soothes Sinus and Arthritis By making a paste of dry ginger with little milk and rubbing them against the sandalwood stone(or on any smooth stone) and applying this paste on the effected are can sooth sinus and cure headaches too. The same paste can be used for arthritis patients.
  2. Helps in controlling bacteria which causes diarrhea The bacteria found in diarrhea is the main reason of death in very high percentage of children and adolescents in developing countries. The toxins found in this bacteria are very poisonous.  Zingerone, a ginger based compound binds the toxins so that they cannot blend together with the gut, and thus helps to prevent death due to diarrhea.
  3. Provides gastro-intestinal relief Dried ginger has been an essential component in traditional medicine to provide relief from gastro-intestinal problems. Dry ginger can be used to eliminate flatulence from the intestines while relaxing the tract.
  4. Dry ginger for digestionDry ginger is very useful in proper functioning of digestion and due to which it induces in weight loss too. A mixture of dried ginger, hing and rock salt to a glass of warm water can relieve in indigestion.

Enjoy the showers of Ayurveda at Ayurvedic Village


Just when the rain casts it’s foreshadow, our hearts brim with excitement and enthusiasm awaiting the lovingly-enchanting drizzle that would drench us to the core. After all the longing and the ardent wait, the rain drops finally break through the dark clouds, showering it’s cascade and speckling the earth with its water balls, spreading the petrichor around and satisfying our minds and soul in true sense.

Our exhilarating hearts spring with joy, bringing in innumerable moments of happiness and pleasure, a child in each and every soul surfaces to the delight of each and every rain drop. This is nature’s unbiased gift that relishes every one of us, a nature’s way of quenching the flaming minds and souls engendered through the mundane drudgeries of life. It is important that we acknowledge the diverse perspectives of the monsoons and regard it with its true worth. Among all the essential things that the monsoons bring to the surface of nature and civic life, it serves an internal contentment to all of us and not just the Bollywood hero and heroines dancing on melodious tunes. And this contentment has the power to heel, our mind and soul, just like Ayurveda.

It’s really interesting to draw an analogy between the monsoons and Ayurveda, inter-relating its heeling qualities, in terms of its essence and not just the physical recuperation. Just go and succumb yourself to the unmatchable rejuvenation- Panchkarma!Every drop of oil trickling down slowly in the centre of your forehead will touch upon every internal hidden ailment, caressing it and gently pushing you towards its spiritual healing, bringing in a mental elevation and finally making you transcend to the epitome and peace, calm and relaxation, just like the rains do to every mind and soul. Ayurveda serves more than just a healing process; it’s an approach that needs to be embraced and lived and needs to have its own rhythm. It’s a world of thoughts, beliefs and holistic science that needs faith, dedication, time and serenity. It’s almost impossible to imagine a space in today’s city atmosphere that would allow us such peace and tranquillity to permeate into the spiritual world of Ayurveda and enter its beautiful nature where one can have a dialogue with oneself.

If one intends to subject oneself to Ayurvedic spirituality and is in quest of isolation, ‘Ayurvedic Village’ is your destination. Ayurvedic Village, located in Morbe, Panvel offers a space that can allow us a short-term escape from the bustling city, inviting us in the world of Ayurvedic wellness therapies and beauty treatments, healing us from within. It’s a holistic wellness centre stretched across a vast piece of land amid greenery and nature’s beauty, enveloped by foliage and fresh breeze. Just imagine the view of the showering rains while one is being showered with the boon of Ayurveda- It’s a true bliss!