The Countdown begins!

The 7th India Week in Hamburg, a bi-annual event, is around the corner. India week brings the promise of a journey to explore the ties between India and Hamburg in different fields such as politics, science & education, sports, movies, dance and also health. Health pertains to both body and brain.

In today’s fast paced world, full of stress and tensions, it is of utmost importance to maintain good health. And there are different ways to maintain good health - by doing exercises, going to gym, sports, doing yoga and meditation. Along with all these, proper intake of food forms the most essential part. At last, “We Are What We Eat”.

Ayurveda, the oldest known medical science with origins in India, gives a comprehensive knowledge about the food regimes to be followed for the good health of both body and brain. As a part of India Week 2017, Ayuryogalaya is going to open some of the secrets and theories of Ayurvedic Diet for the German environment. Ayuryogalaya, founded by Dr. Priyanka Chorge, has been providing authentic Ayurvedic consultations and Yoga courses in Hamburg since 2014.

Team Ayuryogalaya in their maiden event brings to you an evening catering to all the five senses. The highlights of the program are:

Food as Medicine in Ayurveda– Seminar by Dr. Priyanka Chorge

Indian Classical Dance – Bharatanatyam by Ms. Vandana Puthanveettil

Art Exhibition – by Ms. Nisha Sajith Kumar

Along with these, enjoy Indian delicacies, Ayurvedic herbs, ghee and more!!

Vandana M Puthanveettil


She is a trained Bharatnatyam and Mohiniyattam dancer hailing from a family of performing artists.

She took to dancing at an early age and honed her skills under renowned Gurus Smt. Leelamani (Kerala Kalamandalam) and Smt. Neeraja Ramani (Kalakshetra foundation). She has performed at an assortment of cultural and religious events in India and Germany. Apart from being a dancer she is a medical laboratory professional and continues to pursue her passion for dance by imparting dance lessons to the younger generation.

Nisha Sajith Kumar


A fashion designer by profession and Merchandiser for Fabindia gave her the hands-on experience to learn the artistic methods of weaving and printing of Artisans of India.

She found painting as a medium to express herself. Her art is a humble attempt to portray the cultural and theological fabric of India to the world. She works mostly with gouache for its intensity on canvas as it leaves the window open to enhance the paintings with other mediums. Through her artwork she tries to bring the fascinating world of art on to a canvas which will be exhibited and up for sale in Hamburg.

Venue & Timings

10.11.2017 at 18:30- 20:30


Hühnerposten 1

20097 Hamburg

Phone: 00 - 49 - 40 42 606

Please feel free to register your seat to as entry is charge less but seats are limited

Kontaktiere Uns

Krummholzberg 9, 21073 Hamburg
Mobil 0176 55 42 44 72
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