Volume 18 No 9 (2020)
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Pancha Bhutha Temples Are A Destination For Yoga Wellness-Related Spiritual Tourism Aimed At Reviving The Body, Mind, And Soul.
Somapalli Ashok,Chollangi Sri Sai Ratna,G.Appala Naidu,Venkata Gangadhar K
This paper explores the significance of Pancha Bhutha Temples as a pivotal destination for yoga-centric wellness and spiritual tourism. These ancient temples embody the elemental forces of nature and serve as catalysts for rejuvenating the body, mind, and soul. The study investigates the intricate connection between these temples, yoga practices, and their collective impact on holistic well-being. Through an analysis of their historical, cultural, and spiritual importance, this abstract sheds light on how these sacred sites offer a transformative experience, harmonizing individuals with the fundamental elements of existence. Moreover, it examines the potential socio-economic implications of leveraging these temples as centers for spiritual tourism aimed at revitalizing one's inner being and fostering a deeper connection with the essence of life.
Yoga, Pancha Bhutha temples, tourism, wellness.
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