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Bhole Baba Ayurvedic Hospital & Research Center

Ranikhet, Distt. Almora , Chilianaula- 263 647
Uttarakhand , India  India


Mon - Fri 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

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Bhole Baba Ayurvedic Hospital & Research Center - Chilianaula

The hospital is literally “joined at the hip” with the Baba Hairakhan Temple and Ashram to which the small town of Chilyanaula owes its fame. Baba Haidakhan, presides over this entire complex. Considered immortal and a manifestation of Lord Shiva by devotees, His Grace and benevolence are immanent even though He is no longer in the physical body. The establishment of an Ayurveda hospital was a desire expressed by Babaji, which has now borne fruit more than two decades after His leaving His body. 
The Hairakhan Trust’s charitable hospital unit, (which contains a full-time physician, a dental surgeon, an eye care unit, a path lab, and x-ray facility), is now growing in a unique way, trying not to compromise the ancient methods prescribed by the old ayurvedic practitioners but rather to complement them. Given the burgeoning but flamboyant spa culture mushrooming in the entire country, the Bhole Baba Center stands for a pure and uncluttered approach to Ayurveda, and Panchkarma.

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Spiritual Ayurveda: While modern medical science looks carefully and minutely at a disease and carries out deep research to find out the cause, it somehow manages to overlook the individual. A cure is suggested and prescribed for a “disease”, but not for the mind-body organism made up of subtle elements beyond the boundary of scientific understanding.

Any other “healing” method, when it does become obvious, is termed as “placebo effect.” It is here that Ayurveda differentiates. There are no placebo effects in Ayurveda. Cure and healing begin at the physical level, leading deep within to the very antahkaran, which connects man with spirit. The above quotation from the Upanishad forms the basis of Ayurveda.

Creation begins from the imminent, eternal, everlasting, measureless Brahma in eternal silence. From this Absolute State, the very first physical transformation (tan-matra) begins from Pressure, inherent in the unmanifest. The very first movement of Space results in Sound (nad), Light, Smell and Taste, ending in Mind (discrimination) in the human being.

This journey develops concurrently with the five Great Elements – akash (space), vayu (air), agni (fire), jal (water) and prithvi (earth). Permutations and combinations of all of these above finally result in the highest evolutionary animal – Man.As Ayurveda considers the whole and not only the part, it looks beyond the existing mind-body organism, and offers corrective measures to put the individual back on the road to the beginning, the ultimate state.

Ayurveda, therefore, suggests that true health is based on the healthy functioning of the four main areas of life; physical/mental health, purpose of life, the immanence of consciousness (if its present in me, its present in the other ) and connectedness with the Divine. Ayurveda, by its wholesome effect, leads the individual to a state of Divine Grace. It rekindles a lost spiritual dimension in the individual, leading him to work with a sound body and mind, and fulfilling the purpose of life.

This is the multi-dimensional definition of health according to Ayurveda. If one aspect of life is imbalanced, all other aspects are affected. Rather than merely treating a symptom, Ayurveda looks to the root cause or underlying reasons of illness. The practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine looks to restore balance within the patient – the deepest level being spiritual development.


Heart Care: Heart has major role in our body system. In Ayurveda, heart holds its importance not only for its physical role, but also for its mental and spiritual value, thus the heart care is most important. The ancient Indian Sages have laid down basic principles for the maintenance of normal health and mentioned certain preventive measures against the cardiac aliments.

The primary approach for health care in Ayurveda is prevention & then comes the herbal medicines. Here we design a very unique programme according to your cardiac conditions which includes guiding your lifestyle as per Ayurvedic principles and a gentle Panchakarma programme to ease the tension on your heart. This could be followed by a prophylactic Ayurvedic prescription for rejuvenating your heart.

This whole program will be closely monitored by our physicians to ensure high standards of caring. Diabetes Management: In Ayurveda Diabetes is correlated to Prameha, managing prameha through Ayurveda is a comprehensive therapeutic modality that yields best outcome when treatment is individualized. It involves extensive dietary modifications, elimination of doshas with the help of Panchakarma, lifestyle changes and use of Ayurvedic medicines along with yoga asanas.

Panchakarma: The concept of Ayurveda Panchakarma, The name Panchakarma comes from two Sanskrit words: Panch, meaning “Five,” and Karma means “Action.” The name incorporates the core of the treatment: the five actions or procedures which ayurveda uses to purify the body of everything foreign to it. Each procedure addresses a specific doshic imbalance and the ama which forms as a result.

Ayurveda uses two main modalities in the treatment of disease, each with its own distinct purpose: Shaman and Shodhan. Each form of disease management has its own appropriateness depending on the patient, the time and the nature and stage of the illness.Shaman therapy is used to palliate or manage the symptoms of disease, whereas Shodhan therapy is used to eliminate the cause of disease. In Shodhan, literally meaning “to go away”, the body is rid of ama and mala and restores balance to the Doshas.It pulls the weeds out by the roots.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Garhwali and Kumaoni

Payment Options

  • Cash
  • Check

Treatments For:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive System Diseases
  • Heart Diseases
  • Joint Diseases
  • Obesity
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Stress

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.

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