Ayurveda Cooking

with Shanti Kumar Kamlesh

Ayurveda - The Joy of Healthy Cooking

Live and Online from India

Sundays, 11:30 am – 1 pm

Part 1: 24 April, 1 May, 8 May 2022

Part 2: 15 May, 22 May, 29 May 2022

2 parts: €84 · 1 part: €48

Learn how to prepare delicious and nutritious dishes which your body can digest and absorb well.

The dishes combine the traditional principles of Ayurveda with several decades of experience of S.K.Kamlesh’s cooking courses held in the Sivananda Yoga Centres worldwide.

With a lively exchange of questions and answers:

  • proper conservation and storage of the ingredients
  • the health benefits of the ingredients
  • how to know your digestive capacity
  • the 6 tastes in Ayurveda cooking
  • how to combine proteins, carbohydrates, minerals and fats

Presentation in English, with simultaneous translation into German, French and Spanish.

You will receive the cooking instructions as well as the actual video recording of each live online session in these languages.

Shanti Kumar Kamlesh is a 7th-generation Ayurveda Master. He graduated from Nagarjun Ayurvedic College in Lucknow, and has been teaching the fundamentals of the Ayurveda science of life, Ayurvedic cooking classes, and giving personal health consultations for over 40 years.
Mr Kamlesh has been visiting the Sivananda Yoga Centers for many years.


Part 1

Sunday 24 April

  • Chapati – Indian flat bread
  • Pumpkin Subji
  • Besan Ladoo, sweet balls made with chickpea flour

Sunday 1 May

  • Green vegetable subji
  • Quinoa pancakes
  • Tapioca kheer – a desert made with milk or soy milk

Sunday 8 May

  • Rice Pulao with vegetables
  • Sweet Potatoe Subji
  • Desert made from Mung dhal, cashews and raisins


Part 2

Sunday 15 May

  • Paratha – Indian flatbread filled with vegetables
  • Thoor dhal – Indian lentil dish
  • Power Drink, made from dry fruits

Sunday 22 May

  • Brown Rice
  • String Bean Subji
  • Sweet vermicelli noodles cooked with milk or soy milk

Sunday 29 May

  • Aloo Tikki – potato & vegetable cutlets
  • Chole Masala – a chickpea dish
  • Tomato-coriander-mint chutney
  • Sweet sesame balls