Sanjay Dalmia endeavours to bolster spiritual tourism in India

, Indian Hour

Following the successful venture into healthcare industry with Dalmia Medicare, ace industrialist and philanthropist Sanjay Dalmia is all geared up to foray into spiritual tourism. He has already carved a niche in medical tourism through his healthcare division.

Sanjay Dalmia

“India is one of the most spiritually enriched countries across the globe. It has always bred spiritualism, encouraging various sects, creeds and religions to bloom, flourish and prosper,” says Mr Sanjay Dalmia. Spiritual tourism happens to be one of the most vital aspects of the country’s tourism industry, especially in healthcare sector.

To bolster spiritual tourism in the country in a sustained way, Dalmia Medicare has collaborated with various companies, including its recent affiliation with Custom Assurance Placements, through Global Protective Solutions (GPS).

A worldwide leader in providing Risk Mitigation Solutions — GPS has a formidable presence in more than 70 countries. It provides various benefits, specialized services and insurance solutions for medical tourists on a global basis. Also, GPS happens to be the only company, which provides affordable and comprehensive insurance package while you are in the host country as well as when you return home for a period of 6 months.

Collaborating with GPS, Dalmia Medicare has addressed one of the major concerns of any traveller — insurance. The wide-range of services in Spiritual Tourism includes yoga, meditation, natural healing, contact healing, magnetic healing, and Ayurveda. Owing to such offerings, India has emerged as one of the most favourable destinations for spiritual tourism.

Furthermore, it is bestowed various avenues and techniques for natural healing. From the sacred Hindu cities to ancient Buddhist monasteries, the country has them all. Golden Temple and Anandpur Sahib (Amritsar); Varanasi, Mathura, and Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh); Somanth (Gujarat); Dargah Khwaja Saheb (Ajmer); Rishikesh and Haridwar (Uttrakhand); Pushkar (Rajasthan); Jagannath Puri (Orissa); Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh); and Bodh Gaya (Bihar), are just to name a few of such religious and spiritual destinations of the country. Attracting a number of tourists every year, a visit to these holy destinations enchants the tourists with eternal bliss and peace.

“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 becoming an established fact across the globe. People are heading towards the East for yoga, meditation and various other forms of spiritual activities,” said Dalmia.

“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,” added Dalmia.

According to him, spirituality is the state of being deeply connected to the universe, nature and the deepest part of oneself. With great reverence for spirituality, Sanjay Dalmia is doing his bid to boost spiritual tourism in the country. Offering a range of thoughtful services to tourists seeking spiritual tourism and herbal treatment and healing in India, he has certainly widened the horizon of spiritual tourism in the country.


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