Spirituality has always attracted people from all over the world to India. With the world becoming all-the-more capitalistic and materialistic, the quest and urgency for spirituality has surged manifold.
Over the last few years, India has emerged as one of the most spiritually enriched countries across the globe. The country offers so much for those seeking knowledge and awareness. Its culture, customs, traditions and people breed Spiritualism. Be it Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Islam, Sikhism or Christianity, the country is home to almost every religion in the world. At various points in the history of our country, various spiritual leaders and saints have delivered the message related to spirituality.
Ace industrialist Sanjay Dalmia deems spirituality as transcendent or a sacred experience. Realizing the potential, he is all set to boost spiritual tourism in the country in a sustained way, through his recent successful venture — Dalmia Medicare.
"A country that believes in 'Atithi Devo Bhava', India is widely known for hosting a number of tourists in this land of spiritual blessings. Curing oneself through spiritual healing/Ayurveda/nature's blessing is now becoming an acknowledged fact across the globe. People are heading towards East for yoga, meditation and various other forms of spiritual activities," he says.
The last few years have played a major role in establishing spiritual tourism as one of the most vital components of India's tourism industry, especially in medical tourism. India has garnered a lot of attention for its wide range of services in spiritual tourism in India, which include yoga, meditation, natural healing, contact healing, magnetic healing, and Ayurveda.
The country has various avenues and techniques for natural healing. Sanjay Dalmia believes that Ayurveda and Siddha medicine systems continue to amaze the world with their fantastic curative powers.
“Along with spirituality, various other age-old practices like meditation, natural healing, contact healing, magnetic healing, and Ayurveda have drawn people from all over the world to India. Transmitted through generations, the beliefs of ancient saints, seers and scholars have propounded the science of spiritual healing in the country,” says Sanjay Dalmia.