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Since ages, India has served as the repository for the some of the most ancient and effective methods of healing. Ayurveda, and Yoga are some of these alternative medical treatments that are gaining immense popularity all over the world.

What is Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a very ancient and traditional hindu system of medication, native to India. This medication practice uses the physics of five elements (water, fire, earth, air and sky). This alternative medication also uses diet, herbal treatment and various Yogic breathing techniques to cure the patients.

Ayurveda in India

Tourists planning to come to India should specifically spare a few days to be a part of the Ayurveda regimes practiced extensively in Kerala. The major cities where Ayurveda is practiced are Palakkad, Kottakal, Kasargod, Trivandrum and Kochi. The Ayurvedic treatments in India are known for their healing properties and offer relief from various types of ailments, viz headache, stress and from weight loss to hemiplegic and paralysis. So plan an exclusive Ayurvedic trip to Kerala and get drenched in the magical therapies to relieve your mind and senses.

What is Yoga

Yoga is a Hindu ascetic and spiritual discipline wherein health is relaxed by use of breath control, specific body movements and simple meditation. This is a type of alternate medication and is known to promote the control of the body and mind.

Yoga in India

Come to Rishikesh, located on the banks of the holy Ganges and stay in the various Yoga ashrams to experience the classic Indian Yoga which since ancient time have been known as the key to a healthy and prosperous life.

Besides being a part of the Yoga sessions, tourists can also study this art at the Yoga Study Center and the Yoga Niketan Ashrams. Celebrated Yoga gurus conduct these courses which can last from days to weeks or even months. The best time to be a part of the yoga training classes is during the annual International Yoga festival held in the month of March every year.

Ayurveda and Yoga in India are one of the most popular facets that draw great numbers of international tourists to the country. However, there are many diet restrictions and activity routines that tourists need to adhere to, so it is advisable that tourists come mentally prepared to follow the prescribed way of lifestyle in order to enjoy the full benefits of these alternate medicinal miracles.




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