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Ayurveda Gram

Hemandanahalli Samethanahalli post Whitefield , Bangalore- 560067
Karnataka , India  India
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Ayurveda Gram - Bangalore

AyurvedaGram is a heritage wellness centre tucked away in serenity located in Whitefield, Bangalore. We offer several rejuvenation programs suited to your specific constitution and lifestyle, based on the ancient principles of Ayurveda. As you drive in through the classic gates of AyurvedaGram you’ll be transported back in time, to a bygone era of quaint ethnic charm replete with Kerala’s antique Nalukettus, Kovilakams (Palaces), Manas and Illams – the traditional homes of Kerala. Each one of these ethereal homes has been transplanted piece by piece, all the way from Kerala, recreating the resplendence of a time gone by. Despite retaining their heritage with ornate woodwork, craftsmanship and furniture, these masterpieces of the 18th and 19th century incorporate modern living convenience and quite a few innovations thrown in, like cable TV, air-conditioning and even a shower open to the sky.

As you enter AyurvedaGram, it steals you away into a whole new world of ethnic charm. Taking you back by over hundreds of years, this ethnic Ayurvedic Health Resort has been transplanted from Kerala into 7 acres of herbal garden at Bangalore, India’s Garden City. Backed by one of India’s leading Ayurvedic Institution, Kerala Ayurveda Limited (KAL), AyurvedaGram Ayurvedic Health resort is an Ayurvedic village with resident Ayurvedic physicians, Therapists, Health Centre, Dispensary, Yoga and Meditation Centre, heritage cottages, Veg Restaurant and an ever-attentive service staff.

AyurvedaGram Heritage Wellness Centre (earlier known as Ayurgram Health Resort) is rated amongst the Top Five Spas* or Ayurvedic Health resorts (Ayurvedic resorts) in the country and provides authentic Ayurvedic Treatments for specific aliments such as Arthritis, Obesity, Spondylitis, Cholesterol, Sinusitis, Peptic Ulcer etc. using common ayurvedic therapies such as Panchakarma, Rejuvenation, Stress Management and several other Kerala therapies. Whether you are looking for Ayurvedic treatment or a weekend get-away in a Ayurvedic Health Spa, Ayurvedagram Ayurvedic Health Resort has a whole range of programs to suit every individuals need.

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Understanding Ayurveda natural beauty heals have positive effect on our minds as well as our environment.In Ayurveda everything in the universe is held together at a basal level by a field of pure energy. Quantum physicists call this the unified field. Thousands of years ago Ayurveda called it the Universal Consciousness.The 5 elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space are born of this field of pure energy and by interacting with each other create all Life.

It follows that we are affected by our environment. Peaceful, natural surroundings cradle us in beauty and let us find the Life balance that Ayurveda teaches is Health.It is easy to say that we should hold peace within ourselves…and it is true this should be the goal we try for.But for most of us loud angry voices, crowded bustling spaces, urban squalor and concrete jungles create disharmony and leave us feeling jangled and stressed.

Ayurveda encourages us to feel the connection which exists with each other and with Nature. In a beautiful environment Ayurveda asks us to open all our senses and absorb what comes as healing from the Panch Mahabhutas (the 5 elements that make up the world).This is where Meditation is an inextricable part of the Ayurvedic Way of Life. Surrender to the powers of Nature, accept the interconnectedness, feel the stillness at the core of the Universe. This lets Life Energy flood through every cell of one’s Being. This is Health.

Today we walk for exercise…often with headphones clamped on our ears and fitness-meters strapped on our bodies. We do not take in the minuteness of Nature around us, we do not walk in awareness of the Natural World. This is no doubt good for physical fitness. But Fitness of the Being needs you to walk through Nature, part of it, aware of it, letting it flow gently through you. As you register perhaps a field of flowers swaying in the breeze, perhaps the sound of water flowing, perhaps birdsong at sunrise, the space to heal expands in you. This is the Meditation of Nature. It should be done ideally every day.

AYURVEDA, the traditional Indian holistic health management system, offers a range of traditional Kerala therapies and herbal medicines to balance the bodily principles and to integrate body, mind and spirit. These therapies can be used, both to cure various ailments (Curative), as well as to improve general health (Rejuvenation). The effect of Kerala therapies differs with the oil, herbs and other ingredients used.

There are two inputs in a massage – The Medication and The Pattern. Primarily the type of medication used can be oil, powder or paste and the pattern and pressure of the strokes employed while giving the massage. For example, in a rejuvenating massage the oils selected shall be with properties of tissue nourishing, toning up the muscles, stimulating the nerve endings and the pattern of strokes will be in the direction of hair follicles and from the origin of muscles to the insertion. Whereas in a therapeutic powder massage, the purpose is to cleanse and burn out the excess adipose fat and hence the strokes will be in the direction opposite to the hair follicles. Having identified the body constitution (Prakruti) and type of ailment (Vikruti).


Ayurveda started as an oral tradition some 5000 years ago in India.  This tradition was first documented in the Rig Veda.Ayurveda ( Ayur= Life, Veda= Knowledge) is quite simply, Life Knowledge.It aims to help us lead a life where Mind, Body and Spirit stay in a State of Balance, with each other and with the Environment.Ayurveda believes Disease is caused when Life Balance is disturbed. Disease is expelled by the restoration of that Balance.

This holistic healing system therefore does not work on the symptoms of a disease. It goes to root causes- trying to understand why  an individual has lost physical, mental or emotional balance.This is why in Ayurveda each person needs a different line of treatment. The cause of each person’s imbalance is unique. So, necessarily,the Ayurvedic intervention too is unique to each individual.

Ayurveda does not create dependence. Its goal is to help each person attain,  a Balanced Way of Life and the ability to correct imbalances when they occur. The way to do this is through knowledge and altered behavior.This is why part of the Ayurvedic practitioner’s healing effort is to counsel and teach the people who come to him for healing.KERALA AYURVEDA: PURE HERBS,Ayurveda started with pure herbal preparations. Parts of trees, shrubs and plants were freshly gathered and made into simple, safe, effective remedies for illnesses. These were applied externally and ingested and used along with touch-therapies ,dietary interventions and lifestyle alterations to keep Life Balance.

Some 2500 years ago, the first of many add-ons to Ayurveda came in the form of using extracts/powders/burnt residue of metals, gems, minerals and poisons to cure chronic and difficult ailments. They could be effective, but ,unless carefully made and administered only by specially trained doctors, could harm as well.Over the centuries, successive waves of invasions into the Indian sub continent brought new systems of belief which integrating with indigenous Ayurveda, changed it as well.

Today Kerala remains the only bastion of pure ancient Ayurveda. This is only because no one ever invaded her. Thus she preserved  purely herbal Ayurveda. This  form of Ayurveda is naturally  gentle, completely safe  and has no  side effects. In its  holistic purity it heals the full body-mind-spirit continuum.AYURVEDA AND THE WORLD,Ayurveda ,  is of course widely practised in India .What is astonishing is how far it has spread around the world,In Nepal a WHO survey highlighted the fact that 75% of the population used Ayurveda as a healing system.

Sri Lanka is another major hub for Ayurveda, with over 60 Ayurvedic hospitals and over 200 Ayurvedic clinics in the Government sector , catering to around 11% of the Sri lankan population.In the US, Ayurveda started as a New Age alternative healing system. Today it is  being seriously practised by increasing numbers of mainstream Americans. Names like Deepak Chopra and David Frawley are becoming recognized as serious proponents of Indian Ayurveda in the US.

In South Africa, imports of Ayurvedic medicine are allowed and a full degree course is being offered in Natal university,The Russian Government has recognised Panchkarma treatment as a line of treatment. The process to recognise the Kshara Sutra treatment has started as well,Ayurveda is taught at the WellPark College of Natural Therapies in Auckland which is recognised by the New Zealand Government.In Japan Ayurveda is being studied and followed for the last 3 decades.The Institute of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Tokyo teaches Ayurveda with a special course on panchkarma

In Florence, Italy, the Instituto Italiano de Ayurveda conducts a 3 years course of Ayurveda with over 400 hours of lectures.In Hungary Ayurveda is an official and accepted system of medicine and is an obligatory subject for a post-graduate degree course since 1997.The Government Unani and Ayurvedic college in Bangladesh ( affiliated to the University of Dhaka) runs a 5.5 year degree course in Ayurveda.The list goes on……in Greece and Israel and Australia and….DID YOU KNOW ,After spending 20 years in India studying Ayurvedic plastic surgery methods, Joseph Constantine Carpue in 1815 performed the first major reconstructive surgery naming it the ‘Indian’ method of nose reconstruction.

Yoga is a complete system of spiritual development. Like Ayurveda, it intertwines body, mind and spirit.Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning to ‘yoke or harness together’. What is yoked together Through yoga the body, mind and spirit are seamlessly yoked together and become one with the universe.Living a Yogic Life is a 2 step endeavor:To balance body ,mind and spirit into perfect health . This uses breathing exercises, asanas, meditation, visualization techniques, ethical  imperatives and a gentle discipline in matters of diet and sleep

In this state of perfect health to realize and live the 4 great Yogic truths.WHAT ARE THE 4 GREAT YOGIC TRUTHS,Live in the Now:Let go the past.It is a baggage of memories and fears which will weaken and cause pain.Do not live in the future.It creates expectations/apprehensions not reality.If expectations are not fulfilled you experience pain and disappointment .Apprehensions weaken. They take away the ability to live happily in the present.

Let Life Flow because this too shall pass.The Yogi knows every Now will pass and he cannot control the Future. Thus he enjoys happy moments in the Now without egoism. When something bad happens he endures, striving to do his best. Bad or Good, everything is transient. Fully engaged with the world: stay detached,Worrying about the future is useless . You have no control over it. Worry takes away your ability to deal with the present. Thus to do your best for your loved ones, have a sense of detachment.

Have compassion for all: never turn your head and walk away,To the best of your ability hurt no one nor allow hurt to happen.Hurting others is actually hurting yourself because we are all part of the same Energy Pulse which binds every one of us together.YOGA: A SISTER SCIENCE,The History of Yoga,From 3000 BC when stone seals of yoga postures surface, Yoga has been seen as a Path to Enlightenment. It has always been twinned with Ayurveda.The Buddha believed wholly in the power of asanas, mudras, meditation and pranayama .

Members of the Jain faith too have literature on Yoga.The Bhagavad Gita showed 3 ways to attain the Ultimate Goal:Bhakti Yoga: The Path through faith, love and devotion
Jnana Yoga: the Path of the rationalist through Knowledge,Karma Yoga- the Path of dutiful action without seeking personal gain,Patanjali was the first to codify Yogic teaching into the Ashtanga Yoga or eight-fold path around 400 CE.

From India, Yoga traveled West in the early 19th century as a philosophy. However in the 1930’s vegetarianism and Yoga became a way to keep fit and healthy. Asanas became synonymous in the West with Yoga.Yogasana is mainly practiced for weight loss and curing many diseases including back pain, diabetes, thyroid and piles. Today however, more and more people come to India to understand Yoga beyond asanas: to absorb the philosophy and adopt the Yogic way of Life .

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