Ayurvedic Holiday Resorts By kairali With Ayurvedic Treatment, SPA and Yoga services.
Kairali Ayurvedic Group has focused its core businesses and energies on treating and educating its guests, at the retreats and treatment centres, with the ancient sciences of Ayurveda and Yoga. Kairali Ayurvedic Group is headed by Managing Directors Mrs. Gita Ramesh and Mr. K.V. Ramesh, both of whom hail from a long family lineage of traditional Ayurvedic doctors. Blessed with a legacy of expertise emanating from such renowned physicians as the late Dr. Sankunny Vaidiar (grandfather of Mr. K. V. Ramesh) and Dr. K. S. Vasudevan (father of Mr. K. V. Ramesh), Kairali Group was established on a solid ground of Ayurveda research.
By setting the highest world class standards in quality and service the Group has grown in leaps and bounds, and is now one of the world’s foremost Ayurvedic destination brand. Kairali Group with over 8 decades of experience in production and practice in traditional science of Ayurveda and has earned the trust and confidence of a large number of customers all across world. We are the pioneers in running Ayurvedic Health Resorts, Spas and Ayurvedic centres all over the world. Kairali Ayurvedic Group for many years now has been helping by amalgamating Ancient Ayurveda with contemporary wellness which is healing mankind worldwide.
Sanskriti Vedic Retreat is managed by Kairali Group, situated along the holy river Ganga as it flows by majestically and magnificently. The view from the rooms or from the various serene corners of the retreat offer you peace – here you can get one with the nature and watch time pass by in tune with the infinite sparkling swells of the Ganga. Sanskriti Vedic Retreat provides an experience that is exotic, divine, peaceful and away from the ordinary. Our aim is complete wellbeing of the guest and wellness of body, mind and soul, and we offer a whole some experience of health and happiness.
We at Sanskriti Vedic Retreat welcome you to come and indulge yourself.
All the rooms are spacious, luxurious with all the modern amenities and offer splendid Ganga view. Each room is unique and has been individually themed to depict six significant holistic places along the Ganga. All the rooms are decorated according to a different city theme.
The six cities that are depicted in our rooms are:
The sacred and ancient city of Allahabad is situated at the confluence of three rivers – Ganga, Yamuna and the invisible Saraswati. The meeting point is known as ‘Triveni Sangam’ and is especially sacred to Hindus. The Triveni Sangam is believed to be the same place where drops of eternal Nectar fell from the pitcher, from the hands of the Gods. So it is believed that a bath in the Sangam will wash away the sins and will clear the way to heaven. Devout Hindus from all over India come to this sacred pilgrimage point to offer prayers and take a dip in the holy waters. The Sacred Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years at the banks of the Triveni Sangam.
Devaprayaga” means “Godly Confluence” in Sanskrit and this place offers with unbound mysticism and marvellous natural exquisiteness. As per Hindu scriptures, Devaprayaga is the sacred place of merging two heavenly rivers, Alakananda and Bhagirathi, to form the holy Ganges. It is one of the five sacred confluences and is a great place of pilgrimage for devout Hindus as it is the place where the holy River Ganga takes it shape. It is also a stunningly beautiful town to visit in Uttarakhand and is blessed with rich flora and fauna.
Haridwar means place of Hari (lord Vishnu). It is located on the banks of river Ganga. Haridwar is considered as the city of religion. Since hundreds of year, people keep coming here for getting salvation and freedom from their sins. It is designated as Saptpuri which means it is one of the 7 greatest holy places. Har-ki-pauri is the most important place of Haridwar where thousands of people take a dip in the holy waters of the Ganges. At twilight, when evening Ganga aarti is performed here the reflection of the golden diyas that keep floating on the river and the echo of the mantras stimulates an enchanting and mesmerising sight to the visitors and the fills the whole atmosphere with mystic spirituality.
Situated in the banks of holy Ganges Rishikesh, literally means Lord of the Senses it stands for Lord Vishnu.Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, Rishikesh is a bustling temple destination attracting thousands of pilgrims every year. The place is also known as the Tapo Bhumi; meaning the place for yoga and meditation of the Gods. The celestial stream, Ganga, descends here from the foothills of the Himalayas. The mystical powers of the earth, the sparkling holy waters of this place, the spiritual vibrations of the area make it a perfect spiritual destination. Lakshman Jhula is one of the most prominent landmark’s here and is built over Ganga enroute from Rishikesh to Devprayag, it connects the borders of the areas of Tehri and Pauri. The jhula has now become one of the most visited tourist spot of Rishikesh, not simply because of its ancient origin and religious sanctity, but also because of the grand temples and wonderful local market that has developed around it.
Kashi is the original name of Varanasi. Kashi literally infers a holy place – the Land of Vishwanath – the abode of Siva and Parvati, who are believed to be the foremost citizens of the city as they lived here for some time after their marriage it is considered the holiest city alongside Ganga. From times immemorial Varanasi, the ancient holy city of India, has possessed a spiritual quality not found at other places. Picturesquely situated on the crescent shaped left bank of the Ganges it has a strange sense of elevation, which has a powerful appeal. Regarded as a holy city by Buddhists, Hindus and Jains alike, Varanasi is the oldest city in India and one of the oldest holy cities in the world. Varanasi has nearly 100 ghats, bathing in the Ganga in Varanasi is considered to wash away one’s sins, and for this is where the ghats, which literally mean steps, come to use. The ghat of Varanasi is truly a place where mythology, history and present day realities converge.
Kolkata also known as the ‘City of Joy’ is situated on the banks of the lovely Ganga River. The pretty city of Kolkata boasts of a graceful culture, blend of artistry and rich religion and history. It is also the land of Goddess Kali and Durga. The picturesque Dakshineswar temple located in the banks of the mighty Ganges is one of the most revered and sacred temples in Kolkata, dedicated to goddess Kali. Twelve identical shrines of Shiva adorn the premise, each housing Shiv Lingas of black stone. The Panchavati garden, where one finds the congregation of five ancient trees is an ideal spot for meditation. Ramakrishna Paramhansa, the famous spiritual leader is also associated with this temple, as it was over here only that he had worshipped Goddess Kali and formed a rare form of love for her, which is popularly known as maha-bhava in Hinduism. This city holds a mesmerizing old world charm with its narrow galleys, ethereal allure, tram journeys and religious spirituality.