In Ayurveda, Ahãrã or food is one of the three pillars of life, which plays a major role in both prevention and cure. Ahãrã itself can act as the cause for disease and can also be used as medicine. Any variations in the methods of preparation and the combination of ingredients can lead to health or ill-health.
The cuisine served at Naad is an embodiment of these ancient ethos. All meals at our wellness centre are prepared in accordance with the tridosha style of cooking and are administered to guests to help balance out their doshas or bioenergies.
Meal plans are customised for each guest keeping in perspective their individual body types, medical history and health objective. The food at Naad is vegetarian, cooked in a combination of desi ghee and cold pressed oils with ingredients that are freshly sourced from neighbourhood farms and our own vegetable gardens on site.
Moreover, only nature's freshest bounty is used in our kitchens, which are in sync with the six Indian seasons (vasant ritu, grishma ritu, varsha ritu, sharad ritu, hemant ritu, shishir ritu), as recommended in ancient Ayurvedic texts.
Since, when you eat is just as important as what you eat, all meals and refreshments at Naad are served at Ahãrã, our lobby level restaurant according to the timings suggested by our resident doctors.