Meditation tourism in India is flourishing like never before. Wellness tourism is fast gaining ground in India. Meditation techniques are spiritual heritage of Hindu civilization and culture. Indian saints and sages, commonly called 'Guru' and 'Acharya', are masters of meditation, who reside mostly in 'ashramas'. People interested in learning 'meditation' technique with spiritual leaning may approach famous 'ashramas' in Rishikesh and Varanasi.
There is nothing like meditation to help focus the mind. It is also the easiest form of rejuvenation. For a little help along your spiritual journey you could head for the 'Vipasana International Academy (Dhammagiri) in Igatpuri, Maharashtra. The important Buddhist centre of Bodhgaya is home to the International Meditation Centre and the Tushita Meditation Centre is in Macleodganj. Just a few of your other options are the Osho International Commune in Pune, the Chinmaya Mission in Mumbai and the Art of Living Ashrama in Bangalore.