About Us

Om Vedic Heritage Centre, after 4 years of successful operation and having attended to the health and wellness of more than 3000 customers, opened its second branch, AyurVeda Pharmacy (AVP) in the heart of Little India with the objective of running a full-fledged herbal pharmacy. The new outlet was launched on 11 May 2014 at 8 Belilios Lane in yet another beautiful conserved heritage building, known as a shophouse in Singapore. AyurVeda Pharmacy celebrated successful completion of first year of service.

AVP also has a full time Ayurvedic Doctor [Dr. Rupali MD(AM), BAMS] with several years of experience, and operates from Monday to Saturday every week (11am-8pm). AVP also offers pain relief and health relief natural measures at a subsidised and affordable cost to the foreign workers in Singapore holding work permits. AVP is also the venue for Om Vedic Training Centre providing the required infrastructure to support practical hands-on training Ayurveda and other natural therapies.

We are dealing with following health issues:

  • Skin Problems (eczema, psoriasis)
  • Pain (arthritic, muscular)
  • Low Immunity, Spondylitis, Tinnitus
  • Common Cold & Cough
  • Gynaecological Disorders
  • Male & Female Infertility
  • Beauty, Hair Care, Obesity
  • Gastric Issues, Insomnia, Migraine
  • Diet and Lifestyle


Why Ayurveda?

Considered to be the oldest healing science, Ayurveda is a holistic approach to health that is designed to help people live long, healthy, and well-balanced lives. Ayurveda is a branch of one of the Vedas, Atharva Veda. The term Ayurveda is taken from the Sanskrit words ayur, meaning life or lifespan, and veda, meaning knowledge. It has been practiced in India for at least 5,000 years and in recent years has started becoming popular in Western and South East Asian cultures as well.

Ayurveda sees the human body as a blend of the five basic elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space combined in such a way so as to control all the processes of health and disease. It is regulated by the three bio-regulating principles of thridoshas (Life Forces or energies of our body) nervous (Vata), the venous (Pitta) and the arterial (Kapha). All people have vata, pitta, and kapha, but usually 1 or 2 are dominant in a given individual. According to Ayurveda, illness arises when these doshas, are out of balance. Many factors such as stress, an unhealthy diet, the weather etc. can disturb the dosha balance. Such disturbances are expressed in the body as disease. To balance the three doshas, Ayurvedic physicians primarily prescribe herbal medicines ,Diet ,Life style changes and Panchkarma Therapies. Additional healing methods can include yoga, sweat baths, meditation, nasal cleansing etc.

The constitutional/individualised approach is the essence of the Ayurvedic health system. It is effective, safe and holistic in its approach.


Pain Management, Skin & Hair Solutions

  • kizhi

    Elakizhi or Podikizhi
    - cures arthritis and paralysis

  • kativasti

    Kativasti - strengthen bone tissues of the lower back.

  • lepam

    Lepana - relieves pains associated with inflammatory conditions

  • pichu

    Pichu - treat neck & low back pain, reduce compression of spine.

  • nasyam

    Nasyam - used for treatment of illness of the head region

  • shirodhara

    Shirodhara - effective in insomnia, chronic headaches, spondylitis.

  • tarpanam

    Tarpanam - improves vision, prevent eye diseases.

  • foot massage

    Padabhyanga - Improve blood circulation, relaxes and calm the mind.

  • shirolepam

    Shirolepam - Effective in premature greying of hair, dandruff, hair fall.

  • takradhara

    Takradhara - treat psoriasis, eczema, other skin diseases.

  • udwarthanam

    Udwarthanam - reduces excess fat, takes out toxins from skin.

  • navarakizhi

    Navarakizhi - Useful for skeletal and muscular diseases, paralysis.

  • navarakizhi

    Herbal Facial - Improves complexion, add glow to the face, reduce pigmentation.

  • navarakizhi

    Shiroabhyanga - improves blood circulation, strengthened hair roots, relaxes the mind.

Our Ayurvedic Consultant

Dr Rupali Y. Gondhalekar

Dr. Rupali M.D. (A.M.), BAMS Ayurvedic Consultant Dr. Rupali graduated from University of Mumbai (Bombay) the most prestigious University in India, with a Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS). She also holds an MD degree in Alternative Medicine. She has been practicing Ayurveda for more than 15 years in India, as well as in Singapore. She has successfully treated many chronic conditions such as skin problems, arthritis, respiratory infections and conditions related to kidney and liver. Dr. Rupali has expertise in treating many gynaecological problems, beauty and hair care and obesity with ayurvedic medicines. She also advises Individuals with diet and lifestyle according to their body constitution that leads to a healthy life. Dr. Rupali has also conducted numerous talks on Ayurveda to drive more awareness.

Dr Megha Tyagi

Dr.Megha graduated with a Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) and Post Graduation (MS) in Shalya Tantra from Rajeev Ghandhi University, Karnataka, India. Her expertise is in Agnikarma (Heat Therapy) for patients with Frozen Shoulder and other ailments. She is working as an Ayurvedic Consultant in AryaVeda Pharmacy Belilios and Siglap centres, Singapore. She is treating various chronic ailments such as skin problems, Arthritis, hair related problems, Piles, Fissure, Diabetes Mellitus, Sinusitis and many more. Along with this she advises individuals with diet and lifestyle according to their body constitution that leads to a healthy life.


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Landmarks: Near Little India MRT, Exit E, Near Komala Vilas Restaurant, Serangoon Road