Maharishi Ayurveda appoints Milind Soman as brand ambassador

Maharishi Amrit Kalash appoints Milind Soman as brand ambassador

Maharishi Ayurveda has appointed renowned model, actor, and fitness icon Milind Soman as their brand ambassador for Maharishi Amrit Kalash, their natural product.

“The ‘Ironman’ of India and ‘Unstoppable’ – Milind Soman, who has recently turned 55, looks as agile as a 30-year-old youth. From being India’s first supermodel to a fine actor to a marathon runner, Milind Soman is the epitome of fitness. His fitness speaks volumes as he is a true believer of ‘Mind-Body Synergy’. While running is his forever love, yoga is something that he does for peace of mind. He also believes in natural sources of nourishment to maintain synergy between mind and body – that’s why he is fascinated with the virtues of Maharishi Amrit Kalash – this is an herbal masterpiece known to strengthen every vital organ. We are happy that the virtues of Maharishi Amrit Kalash fascinate him, and hope that he will inspire millions of people to stay fit by following the principle of natural living in tandem with the use of the super Rasayana. His association with Maharishi Ayurveda will help people realize the significance of Ayurvedic herbs, Rasayanas, and the natural living in staying fit,” says Mr. Ram Srivastava, Director -Marketing, Maharishi Ayurveda.

Revealing the secrets of his charismatic fitness of mind and body even at the age of 55, Milind Soman says, “Despite living in harmony with nature, eating right and exercising right, if we are not feeling right and we miss a natural source of nourishment to maintain synergy between mind and body – Maharishi Amrit Kalash – the super Rasayana – strengthen every vital organ, helps maintain the synergy and can naturally help to harness and restore the power and inner balance of body and mind.”

Link to his Instagram account announcing the collaboration.

Maharishi Ayurveda is empowered by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and has been maintaining the health and curing the diseases since the mid-1980s.




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