India The Global Hub Of Ayurveda: Everything You Need To Know
“Life (ayu) is the combination (samyoga) of body, senses, mind and reincarnating soul. Ayurveda is the most sacred science of life, beneficial to humans both in this world and the world beyond”.–Charaka
A growing trend – It is said that in this day and age, there are a vast majority of people who choose Ayurveda as their first call of treatment. This is rightly so, since going NATURAL is the new mantra these days, when it comes to health. The population now is a health-conscious one, and India has always been the pioneer when it comes to the use of Ayurveda and products made from herbs.
The BOTANICAL GARDEN of the world
India is known as the ‘botanical garden’ of this planet since it is one of the largest producers of medicinal herbs. A report from ‘WHO’ states that more than eighty percent of the population across the world use products that are made from herbs. Long gone are the days when Ayurveda was seen as an alternative form of medicinal treatment. Today Ayurveda in India is rapidly moving towards the peak stage, thanks to the high demand in modern healthcare, practices, and medicines.
India has it all
The hustle and bustle of daily life, the sedentary ways and the monotony of daily living can take a toll on anyone. Thanks to India, there is a solution in everything we need. Ancient sages have studied nature meticulously and brought about treatments that help heal the body, which now Ayurveda Retreat India helps bring forth to the masses. It is but fascinating to see that we have come this far, however, the ancient sages were faster. Now, the study of Ayurveda is recognized widely and across the world. People have started to realize the value of nature, and they also understand the internal thought process as well. This is one of the reasons as to why Ayurveda and yoga are gaining rapid pace across the globe.
From everywhere they come
To India they come from all corners of the world. They come to experience what Ayurveda can do for them and to heal as well. India is now evolving at a rapid pace and the world is changing too. Thanks to the various Ayurveda India hubs across the nation, one can conveniently travel to anyone of them and get their treatments done.
Here below are three very famous hubs across India that position India as the global summit for Ayurveda, and they are recognized worldwide too.
We begin with Kerala
It all began here, and Kerala has been a famous Ayurvedic hub, standing tall against the test of time. The state has kept its ancient traditions running and alive. The massages and treatments that Kerala’s Ayurveda treatment centers offer and perform are not only known to Indians but many across the globe as well. To try Ayurveda, people from all across the globe come to Kerala to experience the bounty it has to offer. This is a huge business for the locals too and the tradition is being carried on like never before. It is thus truly said, that Kerala is the ‘Ayurvedic heaven’. The famous Kerala massage offers a large number of services. From regular oil massages, also known as the ‘Shirodhara’ to other kinds of treatments, you have it all in Kerala. One can get treated for a varied number of illnesses, such as blood pressure and diabetes, arthritis and other conditions related to blood as well.
We move on to Rishikesh
Known as the ‘Yoga capital of the world’, Rishikesh goes hand in hand with Ayurveda and yoga. The elements of nature and nature at large are studied deeply here to help cure the thoughts and the body we live in. From across the globe, you would find scholars coming down to Rishikesh to study yoga and Ayurveda here. They get qualified and the go-ahead to teach in western countries as well. Ayurveda’s power is immense and has been on a rapid spread across the globe. At Rishikesh, it is a blissful journey to experience the power of yoga and Ayurveda, nestled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas, and located close to the flowing River Ganga. The tranquility and serenity of the place helps make one come closer to nature and obtain a calm and composed state of mind. There are many places around Rishikesh and in Rishikesh for anyone to experience yoga and Ayurveda.
We finally talk about Goa
Yes, you read that right. Goa is on the list too as a hub famous for Ayurveda and yoga. It is quite popular amongst tourists that come from across the world to experience natural treatments and holistic abundance. You may have had the notion that Goa is filled with loud nightlife parties and drunken people, but there is a different side to it as well. The state has evolved over the years in many ways. Goa now has a side that promotes and appreciates the various facets of culture, art and meditation, and Ayurveda has been evolving as well. Goa in fact serves as an Ayurvedic hub and has a large following when it comes to Ayurvedic tourism. From the pristine beaches to the swaying coconut trees, and the crisscrossing of the Mandovi River through the state, Goa has the perfect vibe to be called an Ayurvedic hub of prime importance.
Over the past few years, the Indian government has taken keen interest in actively promoting and supporting the growth of Ayurveda India and pioneering medical research and facilities in the nation. There is still a need to create more awareness amongst the population, those that look for the best ayurvedic and holistic treatment. The Indian government relies on evidence-based treatments and also encourages the use of modern diagnostics as well. Apart from that, the government has worked to create digital and physical platforms, such as Ayurveda Retreat India for many who come to India for ayurvedic treatments.
In a nutshell….
People across the world are waking up to the fact that Ayurveda and yoga go hand in hand, and are the best first call treatments for their ailments and illnesses. This is why India has been positioned as the global summit for Ayurveda, since it has everything to offer the global masses when it comes to Ayurveda and yoga. Kerala, Goa, and Rishikesh have evolved as prime destinations and are still evolving. Its time the world wakes up to the bounty India has to offer.
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