Mahashivratri 2016



Sadhguru invites you to be part of a moment in history as a unique statue of Adiyogi is consecrated at Isha Yoga Center. A towering 112 feet high, this iconic face represents the 112 ways one can attain to one’s ultimate nature. On this Mahashivaratri, you will have the rare opportunity to make an offering to Adiyogi. In doing so, you become available to an outpouring of grace, and a dimension of the beyond. On this day, Sadhguru will share his intimate experience of Adiyogi with the world. Come and bask in the grace of the ultimate.



Nightlong Sathsang
Guru Pooja
Powerful Meditations


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When is Mahashivratri?

This year,​ ​Mahashivaratri falls on 24th February, 2017. The 14th day of every lunar month, the day before the Amavasya or new moon, is referred to as Shivaratri.

About Mahashivaratri


About Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri​ ​is one of the biggest and most significant among the sacred festival nights of India. This – the darkest night of the year – celebrates the Grace of Shiva, who is considered the Adi guru or the First guru​.​

How to Benefit


How to Benefit

Mahashivratri is very significant for people who are on the spiritual path, and also for people with ambitions in the world and in family situations.




During the night long celebration of Mahashivratri, Annadhanam is offered to the hundreds of thousands of devotees who attend the event at the Isha Yoga Center. Isha Foundation offers one the opportunity to contribute towards the Annadhanam.

Feb 21 – 23

Yaksha, named after celestial beings in Indian mythology, is a spectacular and colorful 3 day feast of music and dance hosted annually by Isha Foundation, amidst the sacred space of the Dhyanalinga located at the foothills of the verdant Velliangiri Mountains. Celebrated in the month of March, and attracting thousands of ardent spectators, Yaksha features 3 consecutive nights of musical concerts and dance by some of the greatest artistes in India.

Hands of Grace is a craft exposition happening during Yaksha.

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