“creating a green sustainable healing
community based on the principles of
Ayurveda and natural farming”
The Punarnava / vaidyagrama family comprises of a group of institutions with the primary objective of “creating a green sustainable healing community based on the principles of Ayurveda and natural farming”. This community proposes to include around 15 existing villages and around 12000 people into moving into a space where there is much sharing, much togetherness, more healing and more happiness – primarily a need based healing community rather than a greed based transactional community.
The activities undertaken by this group towards the above vision include:
Vaidyagrama is an eco-friendly and sustainable Ayurveda healing community born of the desire to live simple, live well, live healthy, and live happy.
We believe in being in tune with nature by using the principles of Ayurveda, a holistic and alternative form of medicine that focuses on the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and environmental well-being of our patients.
Currently, Vaidyagrama includes a hospital, a learning facility, an ashram, a spa, and an eco-friendly healing environment in the outskirts of Coimbatore, India.
Punarnava Ayurveda Trust
Punarnava Ayurveda Trust, a public charitable trust registered in India which is focused on improving the health, education and welfare of villagers in the vicinity of Vaidyagrama Healing Village in the locality of Thirumalayampalayam Panchayat, on the outskirts of Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India.
Income Tax exemption under the Government of India
(ref 80G-C no.127(56)2005-2006/CIT-1/CBE dt 30 Nov 2006).
Nivrttigrama, a joint initiative of Punarnava Ayurveda Trust and Vaidyagrama Community Trust, which is focused on creating an optimum living environment that is eco-friendly and self-sustainable thereby enhancing the quality of life and creating health and harmony.
On a regular basis we conduct an “Ayurveda – Where Science Meets Consciousness” Conference, to understand the essence of all Indian knowledge systems, to understand the interconnectedness of these systems at the deepest levels, and to understand and nourish every zAstrA and the Indian Knowledge Systems in the interest of universal wellbeing.