“As globalization takes over our world at a rapid pace, it is unsurprising to see an increase in the popularity of alternative health and wellness destinations across the planet. The daily stresses to keep up in this fast-paced world, and the growing lack of faith in allopathic medication has forced people to look elsewhere and explore other forms of treatment for health and rejuvenation.
It was with this vision that my wife and I decided to venture upon what we know best and what our forefathers had known for so long. Over two decades ago, we decided to show the world that Ayurvedic treatments coupled with a modern facilities in a peaceful and green setting would create the ideal environment for recovery.
During these last few years, many new resorts and centers have been set up, all claiming to provide “Ayurvedic” treatments. However, most of these treatment centres neglect even the basic principles of Ayurveda and Hospitality. Our aim therefore, was simple - to create awareness of the quality and efficacy of Ayurveda when it is done right.
Our aim was to cut through all economic classes instead of concentrating solely on the premium segment, so that an overall awareness of this great medicinal form could reach the masses as well. When properly conducted, Ayurveda is a fantastic and proven way to treat one’s body and mind for recovery, cure and a preventative state of health.
We at the Kairali Group inherently believe that the overall service we provide as hosts is just as important as the Ayurvedic treatments and other facilities at our destinations. It is this standard that drives us to constantly improve our management techniques, and elevate our goals in terms of how we run our centres and resorts. This allows us to manage, operate and promote existing hotels and resorts that share this high standard, regardless of the location. Our mission is and will always be to set the benchmark in standards for both Ayurveda and Hospitality.”
(Chairman & Managing Director)
Kairali Ayurvedic Group