Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is unique in its cultural symbiosis of Hinduism, Buddhism and Tantrism, which is still alive as it was hundreds of years ago. Religious influence can be openly seen throughout the city where there are numerous Buddhist and Hindu temples and pagodas that have sprung up over the centuries. Writing or talking about Nepal is impossible for a short time – that’s why you are welcome “live”! Through good organization (preparation for at least three months) we are waiting for you in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, to visit the winter castle of the Dalai Lama Potala and a set of Jokhang temples – in the heart of the old part of Lhasa. Both places are surrounded by a pilgrimage route around which hundreds of pilgrims circle clockwise (the path of the sun) just as the disciples once approached the Buddha who first started the prayer wheel of truth – dharma. In the vicinity of Kathmandu, there is the oldest archaeological site in the Himalayas, whose age is estimated between the 2nd century BC and the 1st century AD. During the reign of the Lichhavi dynasty (4th-10th centuries), in the area of Kathmandu, there are the settlements of Yambu and Yangal, where King Gunakama Deva built Buddhist temples around 900 which survive to this day, and are still visited by textile caravans from Tibet. Tourists come for the many cultural and historical sights, but in Kathmandu, too, is a base for numerous Himalayan expeditions. Due to numerous cultural and historical monuments, the Kathmandu Valley is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The flag of Nepal is the only non-square state flag. The flag originates from the Rana dynasty, and is the oldest official flag in the world. The blue box represents peace and harmony, which have prevailed since the time of the Buddha, who was born in Nepal. The crimson colour is the national colour of Nepal, and represents the brave spirit of the Nepalese. The triangles do not represent the Nepalese mountains, but show that Nepal is a Hindu nation. The red triangular flag is a symbol of the victory of Hinduism since the time of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Celestial bodies are on the flag for the hope that Nepal will last as long as there are the Sun and the Moon. Also, the Moon symbolizes soothing and serene Nepalese, and the Sun – fierce determination. The Moon symbolizes both shade and cold weather around the Himalayas, and the Sun – heat and high temperatures in the lower parts of Nepal.
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.