The Royal Retreat

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The Royal Retreat

blessed with the majestic environment and thrill of nature is here to welcome you with all its charm and courteous hospitality.

Flanked with the towering majesty of Aravalli Range, The Royal Retreat is a place to be experienced. The place which was actually meant to be the dream bungalow of an art connoisseur and an antique dealer, now serves class, royalty and joy. Escape from the hustle of the city, take a long drive and move into the lavish yet serene spaces of The Royal Retreat.

"The Royal Retreat, blessed with the majestic environment and thrill of nature is here to welcome you with all its charm and courteous hospitality.

Flanked with the towering majesty of Aravalli Range, The Royal Retreat is a place to be experienced. The place which was actually meant to be the dream bungalow of an art connoisseur and an antique dealer, now serves class, royalty and joy. Escape from the hustle of the city, take a long drive and move into the lavish yet serene spaces of The Royal Retreat.

Adorned spaces of The Royal Retreat are absolutely in-sync with the blissfully pleasant surroundings. No matter whether it is your Royal Suite or the drawing-room, every space is passionately created and thoughtfully designed. Also, in order to please your artistic sense for antiques and artifacts, Handicraft Gallery is an awesome lane to move in.

The Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda

The human being is a microcosm and is part of macrocosm (the Universe). The rhythm of life on Earth is intimately connected with the rhythm of the Universe. Disease is due to wrong food intake and an unnatural life style. Ignoring one’s particular body type, environment and age disturbs the harmony of body and results in the lack of strength, health, and immunity.

By establishing the perfect balance between the inner and outer bodies, one can achieve perfect health and live for more than 100 years.

The human body has the power to heal itself.

The Metaphysics of Ayurveda

According to the Ayurvedic theory of the universe, the material universe evolved from the five basic elements: Earth, Fire, Wind, Water, and Space. All living and non-living beings, organic and inorganic, from peas to planets, are mix of these five elements – with different compositions of each element. When they enter into the physiology of a living organism, human for example, they acquire a biological form. When any of these elements are imbalanced within our body or in the environment, they will influence our health and make us sick. The foods we eat and the weather are just two examples of the influence of these elements.

Three Doshas

While we are a composite of the five elements, certain elements are seen to have the ability to combine and thereby create various physiological functions. In Ayurveda, we study these functions and the influence of the five basic elements, which fall under three classifications known as Doshas: Vata, Pitta, Kapha.

Vata

The wind and space elements are combined to form the Vata principle. The Vata dosha can be seen as the force that directs nerve impulses, blood circulation, respiration and elimination of wastes (sweat, urine and other waste products of the body). It also controls the various movements of the body, both physical and mental, including breathing, heart beats, extension and contraction of muscles, etc.

Pitta

The manifestation of fire element. It is associated with body temperature and is also a primary force for any kind of transformation in our biological processes. The major functions of Pitta are digestion and metabolism of food, appetite, maintaining the body temperature and maintaining skin softness and clear complexion. It is also active in the functions of the liver, eyes and brain.

Kapha

The combination of earth and water elements manifest as Kapha, which is the heaviest of all three doshas! The major functions of Kapha are maintaining the shape, structure and lubrication of the body, performing physical movement and tasks, growth of body tissues and fertility. Kapha also acts as a balancing force between the restlessness of Vata types and laziness of Pitta types.

The interplay among these three doshas determines the qualities and conditions of our body and mind. A harmonious state of the three doshas creates balance and health; an imbalance, which might be an excess or deficiency of a dosha, manifests as a symptom of disease.

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