The Science of Ayurveda has been an integral part of Indian Society for thousands of years now, leading the trail for the natural healing of the human body. Shackled during colonialism, Ayurveda resurfaced after India gained independence and soon the free flow of the Ayurvedic Intellect. There are Chinese and Tibetan medicine that root back to Ayurveda which clearly speaks for its universality. It is not simply a treatment for ailments but a lifestyle. With environmental conscientiousness being the forefront for many today, matching with Ayurveda is no surprise. The rise in the vegan population also means the rise in Ayurveda enthusiasts. Diverse countries were interested in Ayurveda such as, The National Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine in the USA which is one of the largest ayurvedic centers in the world. The rise of Ayurveda is also being fuelled by a growing emphasis on the importance of healthy lifestyles.

“Yoga did not just help me with my body, I became fitter from within. It helped me to focus better. In the movies, we may look very glamorous and fit, but believe me, not many of us are fit from within. Yoga has helped me achieve that.”
-Shilpa Shetty, Actor
“I am now able to do things with my body, after an only minimal yoga practice, that I could never have imagined doing on the football field”
-Ricky Williams, Professional Football Player

There have been many interested in the Ayurveda which led to many gaining a lot of support for their work and devotion to science. One such man was Robert Svoboda, who wrote two books on the science and has been heavily inspired and devoted to Ayurveda. A recent study revealed at the Global Ayurveda Summit in Kochi found that 77 percent of Indian households used them. This can be understood after the economic surge caused by Ram Dev Baba’s company ‘Patanjali’ of Ayurvedic products ranging from soaps to noodles. With the help of Ram Dev’s already devoted followers, Patanjali was able to become a billion-dollar empire in no time. This clearly shows how the rise of Ayurveda as an embellished part of our daily life has impacted us.
People believe indulging in the science of Ayurveda is the epitome of good health and a free spirit. The founder of Vedic Karma, Mr. Tara Singh Uppal served in the army for many years and he believed the reason behind his good health is his devotion to Ayurveda, which is why he started the company. His vision was to provide employment to the aimless and to shape a better society and a healthier tomorrow. The support for ayurvedic treatments such as Panchakarma, Shirodhara, etc has really catapulted sales and interest.
Vedic Karma is a team of experts committed to excellence, innovation and compassion in the ayurvedic sphere of healing and hospitality which not only uphold the lifestyle enhanced by Ayurveda but also preach it.