Thursday, October 29, 2020

Wellness & Spas

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India-focused wellness tourism kicks off in Dubai

DUBAI Dubai will play host to the first-ever India-focused luxury wellness exhibition and seminar. The three-day event will witness participation from across 20 high-end wellness...

India’s holistic wellness brands eye UAE market

DUBAI Indian Ayurvedic treatment and other wellness brands are foraying into the UAE as more than six million people visit India every year for wellness...

Taj wins legal battle over ‘JIVA SPA’ trademark

DELHI The Taj Group of Hotels has won a legal battle in the Delhi High Court over trademark 'JIVA' used for spa services in its...

Tamara scouting for hospitality acquisitions

BANGALORE While Infosys chief executive SD Shibulal's wife is making plans to take him travelling once he retires next year, their daughter Shruti Shibulal is...

Spas catching up fast in Vijayavada

VIJAYAWADA Many citizens, including women, are on the lookout for avenues to invigorate themselves Spa is the in thing now. After running around and weeklong toil,...

Grover Zampa plans to launch spa hotel

NASHIK Foreseeing a big potential for wine tourism in India, Grover Zampa Vineyard, one of country's oldest wine makers are planning to launch a spa...

Tourist interest in Ayurveda lends new life to old Indian mansions

FEATURE  At the peak of its cultural glory in the 20th century, Poomully Mana boasted of patronage to a whole lot of classical south...

Wellness festival to promote tourism

PUDUCHERRYThe International Yoga Festival is the first in the line of festivals planned for 2014. Through these festivals, the Tourism Department is planning to...

Laughter, music, aromatherapy at yoga fest

PUDUCHERRYNew concepts like music therapy, aroma therapy, laughter therapy, traditional ‘Tai Chi’ and dance therapy will be introduced this year as part of the...

Unhealthy habits good for wellness tourism

INDIATravellers are growing weary of the strain of travel—often associated with poor sleeping, unhealthy eating, excessive drinking and disruption of fitness routines—which increasingly differ...