The Origin of Naad

Naad is the primordial sound that echoes through the universe, the vibration that is believed to have originated with its creation and has been reverberating through our very being ever since. It resonates with the awakening of our spiritual growth, our kundalini and the time when we truly begin to find ourselves.

Aligned with this age-old philosophy, at Naad Wellness we believe that our bodies are like musical instruments which when tuned regularly produce beautiful melodies.


Our Pillars

India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy and recognised globally as the cradle of healing and wellness. Holistic living is a part of life here and culturally imbibed into the soul of the country and its people.

At Naad, everyone of our experiences has been created around these ancient ethos and overseen by our resident physicians and experts.


Translating to 'the science of life', Ayurveda recognizes human beings and nature to be one.

With wisdom that dates back to more than 5,000 years, it describes movement, transformation and structure as the three fundamental energies that govern our inner and outer environment.

Ayurveda believes that our bodies constitute the balance of the five elements and our primary forces are Vata (Wind), Pitta (Fire) and Kapha (Earth).


Believed to have originated during the pre-Vedic era in India, yoga is a set of physical, mental and spiritual practices that heal the body, mind and soul.

With several schools of yoga taught and practiced in India, it has been the medium to holistic wellbeing for centuries.


While it has been recognised as a medical discipline with roots in 19th century Europe, many of Naturopathy's governing principles have also found mention in India's ancient Vedic texts.

Its core belief is that the body possesses vital energies that are capable of healing from within and natural cures, diet regulation and exercise are its tools of transformation. Like Ayurveda, Naturopathy also believes that the human body is but a balance of the five great elements of nature.

Herbal massages, acupuncture, hydrotherapy, nutritional counselling and cleansing routines all form part of Naturopathic treatments.

Experts At Naad

Dr. Hrishikesh Ashok

BAMS, MS (Ayurveda)
Chief Ayurveda Consultant

Dr. Hrishikesh is an MS in ShalyaTantra (Ayurvedic surgery) from SSR Ayurveda Medical College & Hospital and is a graduate of JSS Ayurveda Medical College & Hospital. He also holds a post graduate diploma in Yoga from Annamalai University.

A fifth generation Ayurvedic doctor, his family owns and runs an Ayurvedic Hospital in Kerala which specialises in creating their own in-house medicines.

Dr. Hrishikesh brings with him a clinical experience of nearly ten years and specialises in Panchakarma and sports rehabilitation.

Dr. Sreelakshmi K.

BAMS, MD (Panchakarma)
Ayurveda Consultant

An MD from SSR Ayurveda Medical College and a graduate of the JSS Ayurveda Medical College, Dr. Sreelakshmi brings with her an experience of over five years, having worked with renowned Ayurvedic hospitals through the span of her career.

Her core expertise is gynaecological health and she also specialises in the Panchakarma form of treatment.

Dr Prasanna Sahoo

Junior Consultant - Yoga & Naturopathy

Dr Prasanna Sahoo is a graduate of the Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhanasamsthana, Bangalore. She has worked extensively on helping her patients with weight management and reducing obesity and its effects.

Her specialisations include physiotherapy and acupuncture, but being a keen yogini herself, Dr Prasanna is a staunch advocate of therapeutic yoga and personally oversees the yoga and fitness regimes for our guests at Naad.

Sekh Sahajan

Executive Chef

Chef Sahajan is a graduate of the Institute of Hotel Management, Bhubaneswar and brings with him over 16 years of culinary experience. He specialises in the 'tridosha' form of cooking, based on the principles of Ayurveda.

Chef firmly believes in cooking fresh, seasonal produce that are aligned with the cycles of nature. In fact, he nurtures his small kitchen garden on the Naad estate and often cooks with herbs and vegetables sourced from our own backyard.

A keen photography enthusiast, he is also a member of several industry associations including the Indian Federation of Culinary Association (IFCA), World Association of Chefs (WACs) and the Chef Guild of India.

Our Founders

The story of Naad began in 2011 when our founders came together to fulfil their dream of setting up a centre that promotes holistic wellbeing and offers a glimpse into India's ancient healing techniques.
Research and collaboration with like-minded partners helped breathe life into this vision and Naad's journey to inspire people to adopt a more fulfilling and healthier lifestyle commenced soon thereafter.

Manoj Khetan

A graduate from Delhi University, Manoj brings with him over twenty years of experience in managing his family business of wholesale food grains. With a strong foundation in finance, he has been actively involved in setting up new ventures and the process of diversification.

Manoj is actively involved in the day to day operations of Naad and it is not an uncommon sight to see him interacting with guests and being a part of staff initiatives.

Ramesh Kumar

A graduate of MD University, Ramesh has over twenty-five years of experience in the constructions business and is well-known in the National Capital Region for being associated with innovative industrial buildings in the region.

Rajiv Khetan

With Gauhati University as his alma mater, Rajiv, like his brother Manoj, has been an integral part of their family business for nearly twenty-five years.

Ramesh Kumar

A Civil Engineer by qualification, Ramesh brings with him thirty years of experience in designing and conceptualising industrial structures in the National Capital Region.

Rajendra Kumar

An Electronics & Communications Engineer by profession, Rajendra has been providing services for electronics to organisations in New Delhi-NCR and has over twenty years of experience in the constructions business.