My level of excitement was super high while on my way to the Kairali ayurvedic village, Kerala. It was the first time I was visiting a healing and rejuvenation center, and Kerala as well. Here is my photo journey from Delhi to Kerala.
I captured this serene white beauty on my way to Kerala.
The healing started as soon as we landed in Kerala as the scenic beauty of the place is soothing. Picture clicked enroute Kairali ayurvedic village.
And here we are at the Kairali ayurvedic village. The picture is of the reception area where the staff welcomes you with smile and warmth.
Even the gods welcome you in God’s Own Country
It is an ideal place if you wish to spend some time with yourself.
Spend some moments at the hammock while flipping the pages of your favourite book or simply relax and soak in the calmness of nature within you.
Even the greens look greener at Kairali
The dining area
Start your meal with the super healthy carrot and cucumber salad.
And then indulge in some curries and vegetables. Kairali is a 100 per cent vegetarian place.
Everywhere you move you find a picture perfect frame.
Who would want to miss sitting on this bench during sunrise and sunset hours?
The Ayurvedic Healing Village remains true to ancient Vedic practices in every respect; from its highly qualified Ayurvedic doctors and renowned health practices to the Vaastu Shastra architecture of its thirty guest villas.
Coconut water anyone? Yes, you can have fresh coconut water straight from the tree anytime.
Spa area. Kairali ayurvedic village is famous for its Ayurvedic spa therapies.
Some of th tailored treatments are Abhayangam (Preventive therapy which rejuvenates the body after tiresome day), Shirodhara (Touted as the king of ‘Ayurveda’ this therapy involves medicated oil poured over the forehead), Navarkizhi ( a distinct massage with small linen bundles filled with Navara rice, cooked in a herbal base and milk) Udavarthanam (A dry powder massage) and Podikizhi (Unique therapy performed using linen bundles for body massage).
The Buddha table lamp in the room I stayed.
One day prior to our return, we visited the Kairali factory. One of the many swanky and spotless units.
Malampuzha Dam, the largest reservoir in Kerala.
Text and images by Dhruv Bansal