age life has given too many news things to us. It
has made our lives easier in many ways. But more
than that, it has also increased the stress levels,
the complexities and mental pressure under which
we keep going on. What we immediately do not realize
is the impact of living such a lifestyle on our
health. But those who do care about their lives
and want to live it the healthy way, what could
be a better way to de-stress from the distresses
of life than to relax in the soothing and therapeutic
balm of India's Yogic and Meditational practices.
India is internationally renowned for its ancient
healing practices and alternative therapies. For
more than thousands of years now, we have followed
our own indigenous healing systems and medicinal
practices such as Ayurveda, Naturopathy, and Pranic
Healing to name just a few. It is no wonder then
that people from all over the world are turning
to the Indian sub continent for guidance towards
a more spiritually satisfying way of life.
Yoga and Meditation are just such indigenous twin
techniques of self-realization and purification.
One incomplete without the other, they help an individual
to develop a sense of physical, mental, emotional
as well as spiritual well being. Yoga in all its
forms tries to create harmony of the body with the
mind and soul. It is a very general term that encompasses
many different disciplines ranging from the purely
physical to the purely spiritual, and is a truly
original Indian concept.
Many people believe that yoga and meditation are
mystic arts that demand complete devotion to the
exclusion of everything else. However, the truth
is that Yoga and Meditation are not the hard taskmasters
they are often made out to be. Yoga and Meditation
can easily be incorporated into our daily lives,
requiring no more than a few minutes, if not more,
everyday. Their benefits on the other hand are wide-ranging
and restorative. For instance, meditation has proven
to be highly effective in treating psychological
conditions, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder,
depression, and anxiety, and Yoga is known to increase
levels of self-confidence and memory. We have designed
special Yoga and Meditation tour packages that will
allow you to combine your holiday and travel to
India with a truly uplifting and revitalizing experience.
What could be better way to spend a vacation than
to go on an inspiring health holiday that will leave
you physically, mentally and spiritually refresh.
India is a land of inherent spirituality and people
have been known to travel here to find solace in
its ancient wisdom since time immemorial. India
is also the birthplace of the concept of Yoga and
Meditation, practices that are becoming increasingly
relevant and popular in the context of today's spiritual
aridity. Developed by the ancient sage Patanjali
in his search for the ultimate unification of the
mind, body and spirit with the divine being, or
God, Yoga and Meditation are a combination of a
series of exercises and mind focusing techniques.
They are believed to be the means of achieving 'enlightenment'
and 'nirvana.' The verdant valleys and pristine
Himalayas of India are the perfect environs for
furthering your quest for spirituality. Some of
the most popular Yoga and Meditation tourist destinations
in India are the picturesque and peaceful state
of Kerala, the spiritual land of BUDDHA - Bihar,
the pilgrim center of Rishikesh on the shores of
the holy Ganga or the quiet and serene town of Dharamshala
in the shadow of Dhouladhar Himalayas.
Kerala is famous for its beautiful backwaters,
Ayurvedic Healing Centers and practice of alternate
therapies. It offers you a wide range of therapeutic
Ayurvedic and herbal oil massages from experienced
professionals. These massages and naturopathic
regimes leave you feeling truly refreshed and
energized. A stay at Kareeleyam for a magical
Sanjeevanam massage is an extremely popular and
rejuvenating tourist preference. In fact, it would
be very correct to say that a trip to Kerala is
incomplete without opting for a stint at an Ayurvedic
A tour to the northern part of India, on the other
hand, involves visiting some of the most holy
Indian pilgrimage sites like etc. Rishikesh is
widely considered the Yoga capital of India. Tourists
and travelers attend the International Yoga Week
that is organized here, in hordes every year.
Numerous travelers searching quietude and inner
peace also stop to practice Yoga and meditation
in this serene town nestled in the lap of the
Another favorite tourist destination for those
seeking a cultural heritage tour combined with
Yogic instruction is the state of Bihar. Bihar
was the home state of the Lord Gautam Buddha,
and numerous places associated with different
stages of his life, such as Bodhgaya, Sarnath,
Kushinagar, Gaya, Nalanda, etc. are located here.
The renowned Bihar School of Yoga at Munger in
Bihar offers meditation and yoga sessions for
The Kairali Ayurvedic Health Resort set amid 50
acres of lush greenery in Chennai, the Monasteries
of Dharamshala in Himachal and the idyllic Ananda
Spa near Rishikesh in the foothills of the Himalayas
are some of the other popular travel and tourist
destinations that have a tradition of Yoga, Meditation
and spirituality attached to them.
Whichever the place, OASIS will be sure to offer
you carefully planned holiday package tours to
that very destination. With us you can always
be sure of a unique travel experience that not
just takes you to new places, but also gives you
blessedness and peace of mind.
Best Season :
March to May in Rishikesh and Dharamsala and October
to March for Rest of India.
Resomeded Duration : 05 to 15
: Uttranchal, Himachal, Kerala and Bihar.
(However we can tailor-make or customise
a tour for any duration based on multiple destination