Kairali Ayurvedic Group, following the footsteps of its forefathers, has put its best foot forward in the development of humanity from every sphere. It is still fulfilling the commitment towards the community that it had promised to. Initiating a forum for complete rejuvenation, relaxation, training etc., Kairali Ayurvedic Group endeavors to maintain its social, cultural and environmental commitment that caters to the greater humanitarian needs.
- Providing Lands for Cultivation: Local farmers, who are suffering from financial crisis and economic difficulties, don’t have their own land to cultivate and find it difficult to feed their families are given agricultural lands by Kairali Ayurvedic Group. Surplus grain is either purchased by Kairali or sold to the local co-operative society.
- Buyback on MSP (Minimum Support Price): We have procedure to buyback grains on MSP from the farmers who have been given land for cultivation from our grounds.
- In alignment with the “Hope” foundation we focus to help local adults especially women in attaining economic independence by upgrading their skills via training.
- Kairali Ayurvedic Group gives donation to the local communities around Palakkad. We also provide financial support, hospital beds and equipments to the local hospital in Chitoor Village and this effort will be continued in future too.
- We have donated computers, tables, chairs, cupboards and money for books to the local school in Kodumbu Village.
- Free medical checkups have been offered to almost 5000 financially weak people and free health consultation along with 2 nights in facility at Kairali has also been offered.
- 90% of our staff at The Ayurvedic Healing Village and other treatment centers is from Palakkad or Kerala. This is done with the aim of hiring the locals and contributing to their financial and economic development. These all are enabled by contributing to a local skills training program.
- Instigated by their Managing Director, Mr. K.V Ramesh, Kairali gives medical care and support to blind children in association with Hellen Keller Centenary Memorial Model School for the Blind.
- Every year, Kairali Group, adopts a girl and provides her with the corrective surgery.
- The Kairali Ayurvedic Group has been motivating its clients to interact with local people with a hope of generating a cross cultural environment, and fading off the gap of knowledge and culture between the clients and the local communities. This also allows the locals to be exposed to the workings of the modern world.
- Kairali feels proud to apprise that the Silver jubilee edition of our Souvenir was released on 5th January 2013.
- Vermiculture system has been employed at the Ayurvedic Healing Village to recycle all the organic waste for compost which further is used as a manure to enrich the soil at the organic farm.
- The waste food which is not suitable for even vermiculture is not thrown away, but is sent to the pig farms as their feed.
- Wastage Treatment plant is being installed to recycle and treat the waste products. It is a three tier system to ensure maximum output and sustainability.
- Only CFL lights are used which aid in reducing the carbon footprint and reducing the usage of electricity by 40 per cent. Strict electricity policies are followed to save it.
- State-of-the-art- generator is being used at Kairali outlets to decrease the carbon emissions.
- Moving a step closer to protect our environment, we educate people in and around the resort to minimize the usage of polythene and also raise awareness and knowledge among staff, associates and customers.
- 1.25MW windmill is under planning, which would be an alternate source of energy to run the village.