The pandemic has been tough for everyone, especially those that contracted the COVID-19 virus. In the absence of proper post COVID-19 care, the patients may suffer long-term effects of having contracted the virus. There are several simple Ayurvedic ways in which people could revive their immunity and restore their health. At Aanandakosha, like all our other care programs, we have taken an integrated approach to the ‘Post COVID Care Program’ as well. Ayurveda medications, treatments, Yoga and Pranayama practises, with a healthy and nutritious diet have all been integrated.


The pandemic has been tough for everyone, especially those that contracted the COVID-19 virus. In the absence of proper post-COVID-19 care, the patients may suffer the long-term effects of having contracted the virus. There are several simple Ayurvedic ways in which people could revive their immunity and restore their health. 

The past couple of years saw us trying to survive and thrive amid a global pandemic. We have reached a place where we are making peace with having to co-exist with the virus. While the pandemic has undeniably been hard on all of us, it has been extra hard on those who contracted the virus and suffered its effects. Unfortunately, some of us continue to suffer from post-Covid discomfort and symptoms caused by the lack of a proper post-Covid care routine.

Ayurveda has in store several ways in which you can revive your body and mind after a Covid episode. At Aanandakosha, we have distilled the Ayurvedic post-illness care routine into our Swastha package, for that post-Covid recovery and rejuvenation you truly deserve.

Ayurvedic medications and in-room treatments will go hand-in-hand with specially curated Yoga practice and Pranayama exercises, along with a nourishing and locally sourced diet. Since each of us had a different experience with Covid, whether it be the type of symptoms we showed or the intensity of them, the Swastha package is designed as a heavily customizable package, tailored to suit your exact needs. 

While it goes without saying, Aanandakosha has a strict Covid 19 safety policy to keep everyone who walks into our property safe.

All protocols and guidelines regarding COvid-19 by all concerned authorities are fully adhered to, without fail.

All our staff members are vaccinated against the virus.

All our rooms are disinfected and fumigated regularly to ensure maximum safety for our guests and staff.

Over and above the vaccinations, we have been preparing immunity-boosting medicines in-house and administering the same to all our staff. We also encourage a regular medicated steam inhalation practice.

Click here to find out what a tailor-made Swastha package looks like.



The first step for all of our packages is a holistic assessment across your health by our resident doctor. He will look at the whole picture of your health and try to achieve a full understanding of you as a person. To do this, he will determine your constitution; appraise the balance of your doshas, the health of your dhatus (tissues), the strength of your agni (digestive fire) as well as your ojas (immunity) and sattva (mental harmony). This will involve asking you questions on topics such as your lifestyle, diet, personal and professional life, as well as your medical history and any current problems. Knowing your level of ojas and state of mind will influence your ability to recover well, while knowing your constitution will provide insight into which of your doshas are most likely to be in excess and which therapies or treatment plan suits you best.



During your Ayurvedic diagnosis, the doctor will recommend a number of treatments that aim to pacify your doshas and strengthen your dhatus (tissues). They require the application of therapeutic substances – such as oils or powders – directly onto the body. The doctor and therapists will choose specific herbs, oils and substances that pacify your relevant dosha – for e.g. if your vata is in excess, you would be recommended a massage using sesame oil.


Nutrition is called the great medicine in Ayurveda – a wholesome, well-balanced diet is the foundation of health, strength & happiness for both mind and body. At Aanandakosha, we create meals as a part of your package that keep in mind the 8 guiding principles that ensure the food that you eat has the power of healing – Local (regional foods that are fresh and ripe, rather than imported food), Quality (organic, freshly made without any processed foods), Combination (avoiding incompatible foods such as ghee and honey), Quantity (not too much, and not too little), Preparation (ideally, heated and cooked food which is easiest to absorb), Surroundings (eating in a place meant for meals) and last, but not least, You (pace your eating – the healthiest food can become poison if you are in a hurry or stressed). Ask our chef to teach you recipes so you can take them back home with you and continue the Ayurvedic lifestyle at home.


Tracing their origins back to the oldest Indian scriptures, yoga and Ayurveda go hand in hand as sister sciences. If yoga is performed correctly, it will help people of all doshas improve their physical and mental health. A lot of people associate yoga mostly with the different asanas (yoga poses), but each asana is supported by rhythmic breathing to control energy levels (pranayama) and short periods of relaxation. While performing an asana, one must be simultaneously trying to achieve posture, breath control and relaxation. The yoga classes at Aanandakosha aim to go hand in hand with Ayurvedic principles in teaching you these three things – Pranayama (controlling the breath), Asanas (various poses to increase circulation and flexibility) and Savasana (relaxation exercises between and at the end of yoga sessions). Yoga combined with the Ayurvedic treatment and cuisine forms the basis of the holistic healing supported in Aanandakosha.


Most importantly, Aanandakosha’s entire aim through each of the Ayurveda packages is to ultimately bring peace and balance to your mind. According to Ayurvedic and Yogic scriptures, the mind is a subtle energy field and is continuously reacting to the information we receive from our physical senses. The three gunas – Sattva, Rajas and Tamas – are the three energies of the mind. Sattva is the energy of harmony and clarity, Rajas is that of movement and agitation and Tamas is that of inertia and contradiction. At Aanandakosha, our goal through Ayurvedic therapies, food and yoga is to make Sattva the predominant guna of your mind. The friendly staff, homey atmosphere, excursions, open walkways & many hidden nooks around the property make it the perfect place for you to self-reflect and imbibe positive thinking into a part of your healing journey.


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