In India, we have a rich culture that dates back centuries. In line with this culture go our medicinal practices. We have nuskhas that have been passed over generations to well us in our well-being. We have all had our Nani and Dadi tell us to have a little ginger and honey whenever we have a common cold.
We have a vibrant history of medicine, which is ingrained in our culture. This dates back to Vedic times. Not many know this, but Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of medicine, and it can be traced back to 8000 BCE. The rise of Ayurveda is referred to as the Golden Age of Indian medicine. It is said that this Golden age started in 800 BCE and went on till 1000 CE. During this time, Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita were written, and most people still refer to them. Another interesting facet that many people are unaware of is that even many modern methods of treatment and surgeries, such as rhinoplasty, find their roots in these literatures.
Yoga and meditation have gained importance worldwide, and people realise the importance of adding them to their lives. Long before modern medicine took shape, these methods were popular in treating ailments. Along with Ayurveda, other streams of medicine such as Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Sowa-Rigpa, Yoga and Homoeopathy gained recognition.
During the pandemic, people started to look for alternatives to modern medicine. They were looking for ways to boost their immunity and natural ways to stay healthy. Their quest once again led them to rediscover these gems that we have replaced in favour of modern medicine. People are now looking at creating a unique ecosystem for holistic health which combines the best of modern healthcare, alternative medicine, yoga & medication and overall wellness.
Over the year, India has made steady progress in the modern medicine and has been. Patients from across the globe come to India to jump queues and get treated by the best medical professionals. The government is now taking steps to promote Ayurveda and other traditional medicines. The combined prowess in modern and traditional medicine gives us a unique advantage. We are already making steady progress in this direction, and the outlook looks promising.
As people brace wellness and holistic living, they will also want to move to places that are closer to nature. They will be looking at spending time closer to greenery. The growth of Ayurveda medical tourism and wellness culture will also drive the sales of holiday homes in the country.
Goa has already started to mushroom as the destination for secondary houses. Axis Ecorp had recently begun offering Axis Blues, and even in the pandemic, the complete inventory was sold out in no time. After the grand success of this project, the company has launched two new projects Axis Yog Villas and Axis Lake City.
For people looking for a Villa in Goa, Axis Yog Villas is a perfect project. Aesthetically built to suit the modern sensibilities, these Villas offer the best indoor swimming pool and a host of modern facilities. On the other hand, Axis Lake City offers commercial plots that you can design your way. Be it a duplex, a villa or a multi-storey house, you have complete control of building it the way you like it.
The best part about these properties is they are surrounded by greenery. The beaches of Goa are just a stone’s throw away, and there are also other perfect getaway spots to discover.