There’s A Luxurious Resort In Goa’s Bardez Which Is A Tribute To The Ancient Vedic Civilisation

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
There’s A Luxurious Resort In Goa’s Bardez Which Is A Tribute To The Ancient Vedic Civilisation

You all must have read about the Vedic civilization in your history class during your school days. It is known as one of the major civilizations in ancient India. Don’t worry, I’m not here to teach you history! But I would love to introduce you to a place that will surely take you back into the Vedic civilization. 3102 BCE is a Vedic resort in Goa that is a tribute to the culture, philosophy, and legacy of the ancient Vedic civilization.

3102bce: A Vedic Resort In Goa

Located right on the Anjuna-Chapora road is 3102 BCE, which takes you back in time into the Vedic civilization. This luxurious resort in Goa has about 37 rooms, all of which are designed to offer you a one-of-a-kind experience. The designs are all inspired by the grid and ratios used when planning the towns. The look and feel of the luxurious resort are pure reflections of Vedic civilizations. They invite their guests, after welcoming them, to ring “Ghanti,” or bells, to eliminate nagativity.

There are niches in the walls that are decorated by figures found at the archaeological excavation sites. The rooms are equipped with rain showers that will help you experience The Great Bath. You can choose from 4 types of rooms available here: premium rooms with balconies, junior suites with jacuzzis, family suites, and Lothal, which is a private suite.

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Relish Delicious Cuisines In A Prehistoric Ambience

When it comes to food, you can choose from the three dining options available at this luxurious resort in Goa. The first one is “The Great Bath Cafe,” which is designed along the lines of “The Great Bath” from Mohen-jo-Daro. You can relish some lost recipes from ancient India included in their regional menu. Dining in this open-air cafe under the moon’s light is surely going to bring a smile to your face.

Their restaurant, “Istaka,” which means “burnt brick,” is the perfect place to taste global cuisines. The authenticity of the dishes is something this restaurant is known for. If you want to have food in the most relaxing manner, walk into their “Indus Cafe.” The design tiles in the pool of this pool cafe are all inspired by the ruined artefacts from the Indus-Saraswati civilization.

They also have a space called Kund where you can dip your feet while sipping on your drinks and simply relax.

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Travel back in time to the Vedic civilizations at this resort and let us know your experience.

Where: 187/14, DeulWada, Vagator, Bardez, North Goa
Contact: +91 8459340562
Cost: ₹6,500 per night (approx.)
Check-in Time: 2:00 pm

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