SOUTH INDIA - Kerala, Calicut
Harivihar which literally means abode of the divine is a 170 year old painstakingly restored royal heritage homestead located in Calicut, the old seaport city in Kerala through which Vasco de Gama entered the fabled Indies. Harivihar is a former royal manor-house built around 1850 by the Kadathanad royal family, who had ruled the northern parts of Kerala.The house was built according to Vasthu principles in traditional padinijitta (west-facing) style, as was prevalent then. On the south-west side was the family temple with Durga as the presiding deity, and a large traditional pond on the north-west side with perennial water supply, was used for swimming and bathing. Harivihar Ayurveda resort offers its guests the unparalleled experience of staying in a heritage ambience and benefit from the goodness of Ayurveda and Yoga, two great contributions of India to mankind. Harivihar is a Green leaf accredited center of excellence for Ayurveda treatments and panchakarma therapies.
May our minds meet!
When we greet one another with NAMASTE, it means, MAY OUR MINDS MEET! The real meeting between people is the meeting of their minds, that is why we would like to speak with you before you travel with us...
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ART OF TRAVEL (When & Where to travel?) is based on a philosophy of three words: SPIRIT (Who to meet?), STORY (What to do?), STYLE (Where to stay?).
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