Krishnatheeram Beach Resort is tastefully laid out with ethnic architecture serving as a warm and welcoming sight for the weary traveller. The contours of the land and the coconut palms have been judiciously left intact with a marvelous open-air restaurant overlooking the beach and offering stunning view of endless evening sunsets.
Varkala beach is a serene quiet sea resort that is rich in mineral water springs. It is the only place in southern Kerala where cliffs are found adjacent to the Arabian Sea. The quiet and secluded Varkala Beach is a haven for sunbathing and swimming. The evening views of the sunset are worth witnessing. It has several places of tourist interests like a beautiful beach, a 2000-year-old Vishnu Temple and the ashram - Sivagiri Mutt a little distance from the beach. The hilltop mausoleum of Sree Narayana Guru is one of the most famous monuments in KeralaMore
Naturally built with wood and coconut leaf roofed room is seafacing and you may feel cool breeze all the time of your stay is one of the best room of Krishnatheeram who looks for a calm and relaxing atmosphere.
These rooms are in our Ayurveda Block across the road, with an exclusive Herbal Garden View, and the fragrance of herbs enhances the healing effect. You can feel the tranquility in these rooms.
Ayurveda divides food into six tastes that influences the three doshas and there by influence our overall sense of satiation and well being. The six tastes are sweet ,sour ,salty , bitter ,pungent ,and astringent; but many have combinations of two ,three or more tastes, like Amla (Indian Gooseberry). Ayurveda believes in this six taste theory that is shad Rasa. So its recommended that all six tastes be included in each meal; when they are , it will help in fulfilling the Dosha imbalance ,But a little of each taste is well enough to satisfy and balanceus; Although its important to have the six tastes at every meal, don’t be over concern as it should be a goal, not a rule. As you learn to listen your body , you will start to be tuned, you may not be eating foods you typically would ,but it is those familiar foods that may have been make your dosha out of balance that comes from changing your ingrained eating habits.