Indus Saravasti Culture

From approx. 3500 BC there is a culture called Indus Saravasti that was present in an important civilization until 1500 BC of the same name, also known as the Indus River Valley Civilization or Harappian.

There are numerous archaeological sites of this civilization between the part of the Indus river in Pakistan today and where there was a river called Saravasti in India.

Knowledge, method and training of this culture

As suggested in the above seal from 2000 to 2350 BC, with a person in a meditative position and various symbols we find in the image of the god Shiva today, and dates from the oldest scriptures in Hinduism, the Vedas (approx. 2000 BC), the knowledge and methods of training our minds arose in these regions a few millennia ago and are still present today.

Available knowledge

Along with the oldest scriptures in the Vedas, we now have access to more recent texts and traditions such as the Upanishads, Vedanta, Bhagavagita, Hatha Yoga, as much knowledge of Hinduism and later traditions as the Buddhism, Jainism and the Sikhism, available with translations into different modern languages as English.

Travelling in these countries inevitably means coming into contact with cultures where this knowledge has been present for a few millennia. We have contact with different traditions through the customs of each person, ethnic groups and temples with countless approaches to these philosophies and trainings.

Use in our daily lives

There is a very rich dialogue and exchange of knowledge today between the Western sciences, such as psychology, neurosciences, quantum physics, and the ancient sciences of India, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet.

Thus, we now have access to a series of books, lectures and courses on topics that can be of great importance today, such as meditation, emotional intelligence, emotional balance, lead and philosophy, which have a direct connection with the knowledge of these countries.

during travels

When we set up your travel program, we'll talk about how we can combine your experiences in these countries with these issues that are from the your interest, through visits to museums, templesashrams, monasteries, places of importance historic or even courses if they are interested for you and there is enought time to do them this time.

These topics will surely be part of our conversations in the preparations as we imagine they will also be part of your experiences during your trip.