• Mahashivarathri

    Night of Nameless Ecstasy

  • Mahashivarathri

    Night of Nameless Ecstasy

  • Mahashivarathri

    Night of Nameless Ecstasy

“It is my wish and my blessing that this Mahashivarathri will not just be a night of wakefulness for you, but a night of awakening.”

Sadhguru

Mahashivarathri is the night of Shiva, the Adiyogi. A gift from nature, the unique planetary positions on this night initiate an upsurge of energy in the human system. By staying awake and keeping the spine erect, one can reap immense benefits.

The exuberant nightlong festival at the Isha Yoga Center sets the ideal ambiance for spiritual awakening, with explosive meditations and spectacular musical performances by renowned artists. In the presence of Sadhguru, this unrivaled celestial extravaganza opens up the tremendous spiritual possibilities of the night.

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A night long Sathsang with Sadhguru

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GUIDED MEDITATIONS WITH SADHGURU

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LIVE PERFORMANCES BY RENOWNED ARTISTS

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ANNADHANAM AND TRADITIONAL CUISINE

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HANDS OF GRACE EXHIBITION OF CRAFTS

Who is Shiva?

Dhyana, in Sanskrit, essentially means meditation, and Linga means, the form. The first form is a Linga and the final form before dissolution is also a Linga. A Linga or perfect ellipsoid can be energized in various ways, to serve different purposes. It is one form that when energized, becomes a perennial storehouse of energy. The yogic science of making a Linga is based on this knowledge. Dhyanalinga is the distilled essence of yogic sciences, it is an outer manifestation of the peak form of inner energies.

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“600,000 followers, the largest congregation after the Maha Kumbh.”

Harper’s Bazaar Magazine

“I think that it is a unique experience. You won’t get that experience anywhere else in the world. I’ve been to festivals all over the world, but this is one of the most unique experiences I’ve ever had.”

Shekhar Kapur, filmmaker

“We have not experienced anything like this in our life. I consider myself very blessed that we got this chance to perform at such a sacred space on the holy occasion of Mahashivarathri.”

Shankar Mahadevan, composer and playback singer