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INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA

" Our Goal - Universal promotion of better health
India is the land of ancient heritage of medical science and Ayurveda and Spa tourism in India is an opportunity for you to relieve the tensions of your mind and weariness of your soul and body giving a fresh feeling from inside. Ayurveda tour is a beautiful journey for a refreshing soul and body"

Ayurvedic Medicine is based on the concept of the three doshas -

Tridosha. Dosha commonly means 'force' or 'fault, something which can easily go out of balance, leading to a disorder in the body or mind.The concept of dosha is not unlike the traditional Western idea of three basic body types - ectomorph (lean and delicate), mesomorph (compact and muscular) and endomorph (stocky). Most of us are a combination of two or three types. The Ayurvedic tridosha are known as Vata (the lightest, portrayed by the colour blue), Pitta (medium, red) and Kapha (heaviest, yellow). Somebody with dominant Vata energy tends to be thin, restless and creative; the Pitta mostly conforms to a happy medium; Kapha people tend to be heavy, slow and lethargic.

Ayurveda teaches that everything in the world is made up of a combination of the three doshas, and that the doshas themselves combine two of the five elements; Vata is Ether and Air; Pitta is Fire and Water; Kapha is Water and Earth.Through the dedicated efforts of our highly motivated team, we at Benzy Holidays are engaged in the task of spreading awareness of the benefits of the Ayurvedic way of life. Our aim is to revive the memory of our true divine nature & to rekindle our intrinsic ability to heal ourselves.


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