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At Rishikesh Valley Resort


Rishikesh Valley Yoga Meditation Resort has built cottages with attached washrooms with an intense focus on sustainability while adhering to the principles of wonderful minimalism. They allow guests to explore the outdoors while still enjoying all of the modern amenities of their rooms. Each cottage overlooks the surrounding mountains and is nestled in the thick forest, providing guests with total solitude. The cottages are spacious and rustic in design, contributing to the Himalayan tranquility and relaxation. They also have a sit-out area where guests can admire the stunning views of the mountains and lush greenery. This area is great for relaxing soaking up the sun, watching birds, practicing yoga or meditation, or simply lying down and enjoying in a cup of organic, locally sourced herbal tea or coffee. Each cottage allows you to wake up surrounded by trees and feel entirely immersed in nature, with breathtaking views of the adjacent forest and the amazing blue waters of the river.

Ayurveda Satvik Food

Rishikesh Valley™ is 3 km up in The High Banks above Laxman Jhula on the way to Kunjapuri Trek Road near NH-58, Tapovan, Rishikesh.


The Ayurvedic diet is a way of eating that promotes balance in your body by adhering to principles unique to your dosha, or body type. The Ayurvedic diet has been existing for thousands of years. Unlike many other diets, this one provides personalized recommendations based on your body type about which foods to eat and avoid. The practice is popular because it promotes healthy physical and mental well- being. The Ayurvedic diet aims at restoring balance within the body by following precise guidelines for your dosha or body type.

A yogic diet is one that is extremely useful for yoga practice and spiritual development. Our nutrition and our mind are inextricably linked because the mind is made up of the most nutritious parts of the food we eat. Food also plays an important role in meditation since different meals affect different areas of the brain. To meditate efficiently, it is essential to eat light, nutritional, and Sattvic foods. The Satvic diet includes fresh fruits and vegetables, sprouts, honey, ghee, nuts, grains, pulses, lentils, ginger, jaggery, unrefined sugar, turmeric, black pepper, coriander, fresh herbs, milk, and dairy products. Satvik diet improves serenity and strengthens the immune system.

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