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Happy MahaShivRatri


1st March 2022
Isha Yoga Center

Mahashivratri is one of the largest and most significant among the sacred festivals of India. The festival celebrates the Grace of Shiva, who is considered the Adi Guru or the First Guru from whom the Yogic tradition originates. The planetary positions on this night, which is also the darkest night of the year, are such that there is a powerful natural upsurge of energy in the human system. It is enormously beneficial for one’s physical and spiritual wellbeing to stay awake and aware in a vertical posture throughout the night.

This year Mahashivratri will be ticketed and will be largely a meditative event. Book your seats in any category for an immersive spiritual experience.

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Explosive guided meditations

with Sadhguru


Nightlong Musical Concerts


Fire Dance and Arati Once-a-Year Exclusive


Divya Darshanam

A spectacular light & sound show


of Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri presents us with a unique opportunity to make use of the forces of nature for our wellbeing. The exuberant nightlong festival at the Isha Yoga Center sets the ideal ambience for the unfolding of an intense spiritual experience.

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of Mahashivratri

The unique planetary positions on Mahashivratri are such that there is a natural upsurge of energy within the human system.

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How You Can Attend

Attend In-Person

Attend In-Person

at Isha Yoga Center

An exuberant nightlong festival, Mahashivratri happens at the Isha Yoga Center, a powerful space for self-transformation.

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Live Webstream

Live Webstream

on isha.sadhguru.org

Stay tuned to the performances of the night and participate in the meditations live, through our webstream.

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Major TV channels in India

You can also watch the event live on television through our partners.

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Rudraksha that are specially energized by Sadhguru on Mahashivratri, are being offered to all for free. Bring home the Grace of Shiva.

Receive energized Rudraksha at home

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Contribute towards Mahashivratri activities and Annadanam (offering of food) to thousands of devotees during the auspicious time of Mahashivratri. Every donation, small or large, can make a big difference!


Join us at Isha Yoga Center


In an endeavor to preserve and promote the uniqueness, purity and diversity of the country’s performing arts, Isha Foundation annually hosts Yaksha, a three-day festival of culture, music and dance with performances by renowned artistes.

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Mahashivratri Celebrations 2022

1st March, 2022

Mahashivratri is an exuberant nightlong festival at the Isha Yoga Center, with explosive meditations and spectacular musical performances by renowned artists, drawing a few million people.

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Prepare Yourself for this Auspicious Night

Mahashivratri Sadhana

The Mahashivratri sadhana is a powerful practice to enhance your receptivity during Mahashivratri – a night of tremendous possibilities. Anyone over the age of seven can participate in the sadhana.

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Learn about Shiva

Who is Shiva: Man, Myth or Divine?

Shiva refers to both “that which is not,” and Adiyogi because in many ways they are synonymous. Explore the stories…Goto page

Shiva as Nataraja: The Cosmic Dancer

India is the only place where our gods must dance. If they cannot dance they cannot be gods! This is…Goto page

Shiva and Parvati’s Strange Wedding

Shiva and Parvati’s wedding was a royal affair since Parvati was a princess. And then came the groom, Shiva, dreadlocked…Goto page

More about Shiva – The Adiyogi, click here >

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