NABH Certified Best Authentic Ayurvedic Clinic & Panchakarma Centre in India by Assocham India

Ayurvedic Centre And Panchakarma Centre In India

Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre: An Ayurvedic Oasis for Holistic Wellness

Where Natural Healing Meets Modern Technology

Nestled in the lush greenery of India, Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre (IVAC) is a resort renowned for its holistic approach to wellness. From the walking distance proximity of the sacred Chamundi Hills (Where a possibility for profound spiritual transformation, overwhelming power, energy and grace) can be found, to the thriving gardens, to the stunning views over the magnificent Lalitha Mahal Palace and Mysore City, to its ancient Ayurvedic treatments, it’s no wonder why this destination has become a popular choice for those seeking to revitalize their health and wellbeing. Welcome to IVAC, a multi-award winning NABH Certified ‘Best Authentic Ayurvedic Clinic & Panchakarma Centre in India’ by Assocham India. Let’s delve deeper into the Ayurvedic health benefits of IVAC, illuminating why it’s an ideal place for rejuvenation and the world’s most Authentic Panchakarma.

Our Award Winning Team

Expert Team: Led by a team of highly trained and experienced Ayurvedic doctors, including Dr Deepthi Niranjan, Dr Belaku Chandu and Dr Mohammed Jaseem, who specialises in the use of Panchakarma as a preventative and curative measure for a wide range of health issues, including ageing and communicable diseases as well as new diseases such as Long-Covid. They also conduct research and offer workshops and training programs to other healthcare professionals and therapists in the field.

Professional Management: Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre is expertly managed by the award-winning Mr. Shibashis Chakraborty, ensuring that patients receive the highest level of care and attention.

Spiritual Growth: IVAC is recognised for the spiritual growth of our patients. Panchakarma is not just about physical purification but also spiritual purification. Many patients have reported feeling more at peace and more connected to themselves and the world after undergoing these treatments.

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IVAC Doctors Create Balance with Prakriti Analysis.

Prakriti Analysis is a science-based Ayurvedic methodology that is utilised at Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre (IVAC) to create balance in individuals. Prakriti, which is derived from the Sanskrit word “प्रकृति” meaning “original or natural form or condition of anything, original or primary substance”, is used to analyse an individual’s unique physiological and energetic characteristics.

Through Prakriti Analysis, IVAC doctors are able to develop custom strategies for preventative healthcare and treatment of various conditions. This approach to health focuses on providing individualised guidance, lifestyle adjustments, and nutritional support to create a balanced, nourishing lifestyle that supports physical and mental health.

The goal of Prakriti Analysis at IVAC is to provide an individualised approach to wellness, helping restore balance in the body and mind. By taking into account an individual’s unique characteristics, the healthcare professionals at IVAC are able to develop a tailored plan to achieve optimal health specific to each individual’s needs.


Unlock the secrets of optimal health and wellness with Panchakarma, the traditional Ayurvedic practice of purification and rejuvenation.

Panchakarma, which literally means “five actions,” is a comprehensive system of five treatments that are designed to cleanse the body of toxins and impurities.

These treatments include:

  • Vamana, or therapeutic emesis, involves inducing vomiting to eliminate toxins from the upper gastrointestinal tract.
  • Virechana, or therapeutic purgation, involves using herbal laxatives to eliminate toxins from the lower gastrointestinal tract.
  • Basti, or therapeutic enema, involves using herbal oils and decoctions to cleanse and nourish.
  • Nasya, or therapeutic nasal instillation, involves using herbal oils and powders to cleanse and rejuvenate the nasal passages.
  • Raktamokshana, or bloodletting, is a therapeutic method for eliminating toxins and impurities from the blood.

Vata — Pitta — Kapha

Balancing the Three Fundamental Energies of the Body in Ayurveda.

Ayurveda states that everyone and everything is composed of three basic types of energy—Vata, Pitta and Kapha—which have no exact English translations.

The origins of Panchakarma can be traced back to ancient India, where it was used as a preventative and curative measure for maintaining optimal health and wellness and one of the line of treatments that our Doctors at Indus Valley specialise in. 

The practice is based on the principles of Ayurveda, which states that good health is achieved by maintaining a balance between the body, mind, and spirit. Panchakarma is believed to restore this balance by eliminating toxins and impurities from the body, allowing the body’s natural healing processes to take place.

Vata is responsible for movement, Pitta for digestion/metabolism and Kapha for lubrication and structure.

Though all three qualities are present in every person, one is almost always the primary characteristic, while the other two take secondary and tertiary roles, respectively.

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  • Vata – Ether & Air
  • Pitta – Water & Fire
  • Kapha – Earth & Water​

Vata is one of the five basic elements, or “pancha mahabhuta”, in Ayurvedic medicine. It is responsible for all movement, including the movement of nerves, thoughts, and circulation, as well as physical movement. Vata energy is associated with Air and Space elements and is the force responsible for change and transformation, movement and flow. It is said to be the most powerful force out of the five elements and is the source of creativity, enthusiasm and inspiration.

Pitta is the energy of transformation— composed of Fire and Water. It governs metabolism, body temperature, digestion and absorption, nutrition, and skin complexion. In balance, Pitta inspires understanding, intelligence and contentment.

Kapha is the energy of structure and lubrication— composed of Earth and Water. It governs growth, providing the body’s structure and maintaining body resistance. In balance, Kapha brings stability and love.

Imbalances in Vata, Pitta, and Kapha can manifest as physical, psychological or spiritual disharmony. The underlying causes may include a poor diet, lifestyle, environment, and inherited tendencies. Restoring balance requires making changes to diet, lifestyle and consciousness. Ayurvedic treatments, such as herbal medicines, massage treatments and yoga, are geared toward restoring the balance of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

Imbalance in Vata (Ether & Air) can cause stiff and painful joints, dry skin, restlessness, insomnia, and fatigue. It can manifest as fear and anxiety. Pitta, which is composed of Fire and Water, governs the body’s metabolic system, controlling digestion, absorption, assimilation, nutrition, metabolism, and body temperature. When in balance, Pitta brings about understanding and intelligence.

When out of balance, Pitta arouses anger, hatred, and jealousy, while Kapha, when out of balance, can lead to attachment, greed, and possessiveness. Kapha, formed of Earth and Water, is the energy that forms the body’s structure—bones, muscles, tendons—and provides the particles that hold the cells together, lubricates joints, moisturizes the skin, and maintains immunity. Kapha is expressed as love, calmness, and forgiveness when in balance.


Mindful Habits for Creating Balance In Your Life.

Vata, The Life Force of Motion Moving You Forward

Ayurveda is not just about physical and mental health; it’s also about establishing mindful habits for creating everlasting balance in your life. With Vata, the life force of motion, you can further empower yourself to be motivated and to move forward with purpose. Practising daily routines such as bundling up, staying relaxed, avoiding cold foods or temperatures, having hot meals and seasonings, and getting enough rest are just a few techniques to promote an Ayurvedic lifestyle. As you progress on your journey with Ayurveda, you will learn strategies and daily habits to create balanced well-being that will last long-term.

Pitta, The Catalyst for Digestive and Metabolic Processes

Unleashing the Benefits of Pitta: Optimizing Your Digestive and Metabolic Processes The ancient Ayurveda’s holistic approach to wellness is key to optimizing our digestive and metabolic processes. According to Ayurveda, the element of Pitta is the catalyst that helps maintain a healthy lifestyle. To help manage and balance Pitta, there are certain things you can do regularly.

First, it is important to avoid extreme temperatures. Your body requires a balanced temperature to function at its best. Too hot or cold will throw off your Pitta and affect your internal equilibrium.

Second, use oil sparingly. Too much oil can create an abundance of Pitta, leading to agitation and irritability. Limit your use of oil to promote a cool and calm internal environment.

Third, reduce the amount of salt in your diet. Too much salt further aggravates Pitta and disrupts energy flow within your body. Opt instead for unrefined sea salts or herbs such as turmeric, cumin, and ginger to add flavour.

Fourth, choose cooling foods to keep your system balanced. Including fruits, grains, and vegetables in your diet helps reduce body heat and maintain a regulated temperature.

Lastly, exercising during the cooler times of the day is also beneficial. The heat generated from strenuous activity can lead to Pitta imbalance – so be sure to keep your exercise routine away from peak hours to promote better balance. Following these guidelines, you can access Ayurveda’s power and unleash Pitta’s benefits for optimal digestive and metabolic processes.

Kapha, The Lubricating Force of Life on Earth

With Kapha, Ayurveda recommends varying your activities when it comes to exercise. Mixing things up prevents stagnation, keeps your body active and vital, and helps you maintain a healthy energy level throughout the day. Focus less on overly demanding activities and instead focus more on calming and energy-boosting activities.

In terms of diet, Ayurveda advises avoiding fatty, oily dishes and instead opting for light, dry food. Dairy products should also be avoided, and try to avoid cold food and beverages since they weaken one’s digestion. If possible, aim to stay active throughout the day, taking short breaks instead of having lengthy naps.

Download The Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre e-Book

The purpose of this ebook is to give our readers a basic understanding of ​Ayurveda treatments and its philosophy. To kindle in the reader’s mind an interest to learn more on this subject. Leading an ​Ayurveda lifestyle to keep ​mind-body balanced health today so that one could attain the goal of life-“Enlightenment” is the main philosophy of Ayurveda​ and Yoga.

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