Indian Culture

Posted on 16th Feb 2014 01:33 pm by admin

We live in a world where stress and an unbalanced materialistic focus make the quest for spirituality grow in urgency. The culture of India, its people, its infrastructure, and indeed its very soil, encourage and breed Spiritualism, allowing spiritual traditions to thrive, flourish and prosper. Ancient philosophies like sciences of yoga, ayurveda, vastu, (Indias counterpart of chinese Feng Shui) are all worldy recognised, practiced and respected. A recent study in the US showed that 20 million americans practiced some form of yoga on a regular basis. That shows the thirst for spiritual inquiry and holistic wellbeing westerners are seeking.

Indian culture is very different from any other culture in the world so a visit to this sacred land is promised to be filled with new experiences.

India is a "must" for the explorer of ancient cultures, sacred places and the Spiritual Traditions associated to each of these cultures of Ancient India. You may also want to visit some of the many ashrams in India.

Travelling in India is an adventure in itself and nothing like what you have experienced in any country.

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