Continuing the rich spiritual and healing tradition of Nanjangud, Sadvaidyasala Pvt. Ltd. was established
Sadvaidyasala manufactures Asavas & Arishtas Lehyams (Confections), Churnas (Pulvers), Ghritas,
(Medicated Ghee), Vatikas (Pills & Tablet), Tailas (Medicated Oils) & Ointments.
The pharmacopeia formulations were prepared according to the specifications and procedures laid down
in the authoritative books like Charaka Samhita, Astanga Hrudaya, Bhaishajya Ratnavali, Sushruta
Samhita, Yoga Ratnakara etc. by the founder and his sons out of their rich experience in the field of
Some of the products like Bhavana Shunti, Rose Gulkhan, Sarasaparilla Syrup, Amodini Pills & Kasturi
Pills gained immense popularly for their unique taste and curative properties. To educate the users of SVL
products, “BV Pundit’s Ayurvedic Guidebook” was published providing their detailed ingredients and
The company was certified for Good Manufacturing Processes (GMP) by the department of AYUSH.
Mission of the company: “The Sadvaidyasala Private Limited Company is committed to manufacturing
traditional Ayurvedic medicines and proprietary herbal formulations,
adopting national and international standards without compromising
traditional values while appropriately blending modern technology. We will
strive to consistently meet and exceed the satisfaction of our esteemed
customers in providing them safe and proven products and continuously
upgrade processes, systems and human resources to achieve this”.
For chronic health conditions, patients can consult the doctors at SVL’s retail/sales outlets. They can also
visit their treatment center at Nanjangud – “Sri Dhanvantari Arogyashram” (Refer to Exhibit 2). It has
a 15 bedded Ayurvedic Hospital/Treatment Center where both in-patient and out-patient facilities were
provided. The Arogyashram was established as a Trust in 1961 and has treated over five lakh patients
over the years. Some of the products in the over-the-counter category were also available through their
online web store2
. The family had plans to raise donations for making the Arogyashram a full-fledged
Ayurvedic care center through the activities of the “Dhanvantari Ayurveda Trust”.