Vibrant, colourful, resonating with the tunes and rhythms of seductive melodies, India has always held the world in a spell of fascination and awe.

From the opulent splendours of the maharajas, to the architectural brilliance of the moguls, from the immense treasures of gold, diamonds and rubies, to the scintillating tingle of a thousand spices, India has long been the golden nightingale that has been coveted by countless monarchs through the ages. Many emperors and kings, generals and heroes of History have sought to ravage her, to plunder her bounty, to ensnare her wild and proud beauty. None have succeeded in taking anything of enduring value away from her. To these marauders and others of their ilk, India remains unattainable even today, her allure repeatedly drawing them to her doorstep, her coy, mesmerizing insinuations whispering promises of unattainable treasures just within reach. Yet her treasures remain her own- arcane to those who are deemed unworthy.

Meanwhile, to those who humbly seek to sup from her fountain of knowledge, she gives of her bounty more generously than any other. To the deserving pupil she is the wisest, most patient of all tutors. Through the millennia, these worthy disciples have come to be known as Vedas (monks).

A collation of the timeless secrets the Vedas have garnered has been distilled into the foundation of Ayurveda. This ancient guide, 5000 years old, is a gift to mankind. A text to good health and being through the sustainable use of natural, organic remedies, Ayurveda has been in extensive use throughout India for centuries.