India is the second most populous country in the world, with more than one billion and three hundred million inhabitants, who speak more than hundred different languages. None of the languages ​​is the majority, but Hindi is the most widely used (about 40%). India is known for its many religious differences. There is Hinduism, as the main religion, followed by Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. India is administratively divided into 28 federal states, 6 federal territories, while the capital New Delhi has a special status. The name India comes from Sindhu, the local name for the river Ind. In the ancient scriptures, the Vedas (5,000 or more years old) the first name for India is mentioned – Bharata Varsa. Later, various political parties proposed the names Hindu Rashtra and Bharath. The name Bharat comes from two Hindu kings named Bharata. “Bha” in Sanskrit means knowledge or light, and “war” is the verb “to work,” so “Bharat” is one who seeks knowledge. India was also known as Hindustan (the land of the Hindus), but that name was avoided after independence in 1947 because the Indian people decided for India to be a secular state. India is a country of the opposites and the largest federal state in the world. You will remember the silence of the desert, the flow of the river Ganges, Varanasi and its golden sunrises, Bengal tigers, Pushkar and the holy people, meditation, yoga, Ayurvedic massage / medicine, elephants, god Shiva, Goe beach. The journey to India cannot be described in words, it must be experienced. New Delhi – the capital of India, chaotic traffic, a mixture of different human cultures, animals that walk the streets freely… Experience the symbol of eternal love, the Taj Mahal temple. You will find out how many shades of pink there are when you see Jaipur, the pink city of Rajasthan. Your sense of taste will enjoy the aromatic curry, and you can cool off with the drink lassi, a real antidote for hot curry. Enjoying the colourfulness at the Holi festival dedicated to the god Krishna, where the arrival of spring is celebrated. Diwali festival of light, celebrated in late October or early November (depending on the moon-calendar) marks the beginning of the Indian New Year.

No other country will leave such an impression on you as India. Facts and curiosities of India: New Delhi is the second most populous city in the world; The Lotus Temple is the main temple in India and is one of the most visited in the world – close to 50 million people a year; In India, there is a house at the highest altitude of 5,500 m; India has never in its history attacked any country; Until 1896, India was the only source of diamonds in the world; India is the largest democracy in the world, the seventh largest country in the world, and one of the oldest civilizations; India possesses nuclear weapons and is the tenth country in the world in terms of defence investment; India has the largest family in the world, a man with 39 wives and 94 children; India is the country with the largest number of post offices in the world; The largest employer in India is the Indian Railways which employs over a million people; The Indian Railway is the largest in the world, with over 64,000 km of long lines and carrying up to 14 million passengers a day; Four religions emerged in India – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism; India is the third country with the largest Muslim population in the world; The Bollywood film industry in India produces about 1,100 films a year, which is slightly more than in Nigeria, twice as much as in the US and ten times as much as in the UK; The six main languages ​​in India are Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil and Urdu, and each of these is spoken by more than 50 million people. There is no national language in India. Hindi and English are official; The Indian Hindu calendar has 6 seasons – spring, summer, monsoon, winter and pre-spring; Tea is the most popular beverage in India and it is the largest tea producer in the world; India is the world’s largest producer and consumer of mangoes. It is the national fruit in India; Chess was invented in India; According to the Guinness Book of Records, India ranks third in the number of records each year, behind the US and the UK; India is one of the largest exporters of computer software; There are more than million Indian millionaires, but that is why 35% of people live below the poverty line; The cow is a sacred animal in India. Very often herds of cows can be seen walking freely through the streets, their faeces is an important material for lighting fires and for part of the production of vibhuti holy powder; The largest school in the world is located in India and is attended by a total of 45,000 students; Khajuraho is one of the most visited tourist destinations in India due to the largest concentration of medieval monuments. These are several groups of Hindu and Jain temples that are famous for their lavish and erotic sculptures with which they are completely filled; Giant palm trees grow in India. They can grow up to 22 m and have 5 m long leaves;

The Taj Mahal is a 17th-century mausoleum in Agra, built by the Indian Shah Jahan as a symbol of eternal love for his deceased wife, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List; In India, there are, according to chronological lists, 37 world heritage sites from 1983 to 2019 on the UNESCO list. An additional 41 lists of Indian heritage are under UNESCO; The coasts of India are over 7,000 kilometres long; The official currency of India, rupi, may only be used in India. Taking currency out of the country is strictly forbidden and will be prosecuted; An interesting fact is that Indian women wear and keep as much as 11% of the total gold on earth. That’s more than the national treasuries of the US, Switzerland and Germany combined; In India, there is a man who claims to have eaten or drunk absolutely nothing for 70 years. After a series of tests, doctors still have no explanation for this phenomenon; Indian police officers are financially motivated by the state to wear moustaches; More than half of the residents do not have a sink in their homes, while the number of mobile phones exceeds the number of toilets; In India, there are some strange occupations like street ear cleaner; Go Air, the airline company employs only women pilots, because the company in question, due to their lower weight, brings savings of $ 500,000 a year!

Welcome to the Sushiveda naturopathy program / therapy (part of Tibetan medicine – Sowa Rigpa) and the Ayurvedic program in Nepal. Treatments lasting at least 7 days, depend on the condition / disease of the client’s body fluids, and more than 14 to 21/28 days. The package program will be selected after consultation on the first visit with Vaidya. The client comes to therapies from the immediate area / place where the prescribed naturopathic treatment or selected Ayurvedic process / program is performed. Otherwise, it is located in an apartment-hotel facility that offers proximity to the space where the package program is performed.

Vata & Pitta & Kapha therapeutic program, body balancing programs. Vata program: prana affects the mind and activity; Udana affects the chest and throat area such as voice and exhale; Vyana affects the overall blood flow in the body, especially the work of the heart, skin and sweating; Samana affects the flow of food through the digestive tract; Apana has an effect on the pelvis and colon, and regulates the functions of excreting waste, including menstrual waste. Pitta program: Alochaka affects the eyes and regulates the vision of feelings; Bhrajaka affects the biochemical processes in the skin; Sadhaka affects the heart and brain, balance, intelligence and memory; Pachaka through diet affects the action of the duodenum and small intestine; Ranjaka affects the work of the liver and spleen which are important for blood composition and distribution of nutrients, cells and tissues through the blood. Kapha program: Kledaka affects the stomach and good flow of food eaten; Bodhaka affects the oral cavity (tongue, throat, taste); Avalambaka affects the organs in the chest and lower spine; Tarpaka affects the flow of sinuses and cranium-cerebral fluid, and nerve tissue in the brain; Shleshaka regulates structures in the body (cranial fibrous joints, joints, connective tissues of the head and neck, connective tissues and trunk joints).

Special therapeutic program Dr. Gupta – Rasayana & Devanagari & Siddha. Rasayana, a rejuvenation program to detoxify and rejuvenate the body, focuses on several consecutive Ayurvedic massage-rubbing processes of biotic ingredients throughout the body. In addition to favourite processes based on traditional natural remedies: chyavanaprasha, triphala, pippali, shilajatu i achara rasayana, a great emphasis is placed on a diet that improves the vascular and immune system. Devanagari anti-stress, the program stems from the meaning of our relationships that are reflected through genes and upbringing, thus separate or connect us to each other. The focus of this program is the need to establish harmony of mind and body through which our relationship should become a journey of physical and spiritual ecstasy that preserves / strengthens karma. The program upgrades different levels of life awareness on a physical and mental level. The Siddha anti-stress program is based on balancing five patterns of the state-feelings (fear, anger, worry, greed). The program deals with causes and consequences and requires a holistic approach that systematically forces a person to change their life habits and thoughts. The program requires a person to connect with the elements of air and space that affect a good psychosomatic state.

Pancha karma, a body detoxification program is recommended for better health and is aimed at improving health in high cholesterol and diabetes. The Shiva program, a weight loss program for better health, dictates the enjoyment of the Ayurvedic diet and natural remedies / herbs to balance stomach problems, obesity and restore pancreatic activity. The program is aimed at cleansing the whole body and mind, and changing unhealthy life habits and bad habits. Modern science has embraced Ayurvedic treatments through the traditional Pancha karma program which is also successful as a complementary form of treatment for cancer and chronic diseases. Pancha program is useful and intended for the state of diabetes. Through the program, the client takes Ayurvedic herbs that are clinically tested in Western medicine and have no negative effects, so they can be taken alone or together with medications recommended by a personal physician. Deva, the osteoporosis-arthritis-arthrosis program requires manual processes focused on the area of ​​joints, muscles and bones (various inflammations). The program also includes the naturopathic Sushiveda process which relieves pain. Maricideva, a multiple sclerosis program focuses on areas of the endocrine, nervous, digestive, musculoskeletal, and circulatory systems. The program calms the spirit and nervous system.

Shakti, gynaecological / urinary program & Kama sutra / tantra partner program. Shakti, the program is intended for women who have difficulties such as: infertility, after gynecological operations on the genitals and breasts, endometriosis, uterine prolapse, gynecological inflammation, fibroids, hormonal disorders. The program restores / improves physical strength and is designed towards the needs of the client. Welcome to the program for “future mothers”, which is aimed at the symbiosis of physical, emotional and spiritual condition and provides pregnant women with better conditions for healthy development and growth of the child in the womb. Shakti urinary program for men, refers to the problem of the prostate. The processes are also effective in problems with the urinary tract, kidneys, and through these processes the vitality of cells in the Muladhara chakra (movement of the immune system, gonads) and in the Swadhisthana chakra (gastrointestinal and urinary system, adrenal glands) is enabled. Kama sutra / tantra, is a partnership program developed on the assumption that in “modern times” the spirit and core of the family are lost (disagreements, divorces…). Kama means desire – sutra means the rule and directs 80% of energy to “how to be a good man”. Kama sutra puts the necessity of harmony of body and spirit at the centre, through which the partnership becomes a journey of physical and spiritual ecstasy, which preserves and strengthens passion and love. The program teaches a person in the field of psychology and behaviour in the family, and the broader foundations of life: Dharma (to fulfil obligations and strengthen responsibility towards oneself and others); Artha (for desires to be in harmony with a healthy body and understanding of each other’s good energy); Moksha (to create a balance of spiritual energy for the harmony of body, mind and spirit); Kama (to connect the heritage of life with everyday positive relationships and creativity).