Ayurveda is the world’s oldest known medical science, originating in India over 5,000 years ago. ‘Ayu’ means life, and ‘veda’ means knowledge, so literally, it means the science of life. Ayurveda describes the natural make-up of the world and the living beings within it.
It explains how each individual is a unique composition of physical and mental elements. It then specifies the practices necessary for people to keep themselves in harmony internally and with their environment.


From time immemorial, mankind has sought health and youth in its quest for immortality. Tireless effort and ceaseless thought, across vast spectra of time and space have been devoted to this pursuit. The great seers of ancient India have enriched the world with an impressive legacy Ayurveda which has made significant contribution to the art of healing and rejuvenation.
This ancient therapy, which is as old as the civilization that treasured it and which it nurtured, continues to flourish in the land south of the Himalayas. In a region rich in biodiversity, this herbal therapy has stood the test of time and proven itself nature’s panacea for all ailments of body and mind.