“Atithi Devo Bhava” or “To treat a guest like God” is a long standing tradition in Indian society. It is our pleasure at Kedar Guest House to carry on this tradition by offering you the very best service we possibly can, all with a homely touch, to Indian and International travellers alike.
We strongly believe that a guest is not a just customer, but a friend with whom we can share our values, customs and different ways of seeing life. We welcome people from the four corners of the globe, of all ages and professions. Meeting such a wide variety of travellers broadens our horizons! Everyone is welcome.
We proudly invite you to the ancient holy moksha city in India. We’d like you to feel like a part of our extended family. We try our very best to give you whatever you require, at anytime. We can provide up to date information or answer your queries regarding the city, it’s people and anything you need for travelling around India, right down to the smallest detail!
We feel privileged to be able to assist you.Your comfort is our pleasure and your security is paramount.
Yoga – a timeless culture for a healthy lifestyle
Yoga is one of the six longest surviving classic systems of Hindu philosophy in the world, which originated from ancient India some 5000 years ago. The term yoga comes from the sanskrit word “yuga”, which means union. Yoga masters (yogis) believed that the union of all aspects of an individual: body, mind and soul and the reunion of all opposites: mind and body, stillness and movement, masculine and feminine, sun and moon would lead to an inner illumination, the ecstasy of the true knowledge of reality.