The Aadhi Yogi Aalayam will be a tremendous instrument to offer a spiritual possibility to every human being on the planet and allow people to experience at least “one drop of spirituality” in their lives. The Aalayam will be an 82,000sq.ft column-less hall with a unique blend of ancient and contemporary architecture, which can accommodate over ten thousand people.
“When Dhyanalinga consecration happened, I was young and hardly understood anything about it. The day Sadhguru spoke about Aadhi Yogi Alayam, saying that this is an opportunity to be a part of this wonderful happening, I was so thrilled and excited.
The first day I visited the site, it was just an open ground. Now when I walk into the site, I hardly recognize the place – it’s filled with people! To see them working day and night is so overwhelming. Every time I go there, something new is coming up. We are eagerly waiting to see it completed.”
“After reading Sadhguru’s words about the Aadhi Yogi Aalayam in Kaattu Poo, Sep 2010 issue, my mother said to me, ‘One of us should be a part of this.’ Inspired by this I came to ashram, where I happened to be in a meeting with the head of the construction department. After he explained the project in detail as to what Sadhguru’s vision for the Aalayam is, I was ready to go and join the construction team itself!
Though I am not a good speaker, just by sharing about this to my family members, personally I could raise funds for 12sqft, which really astonished me. From then on I started talking to people, creating awareness and I feel so content. Today as I see the Aalayam happening, it gives me a sense of happiness within. I feel so blissful to be a part of this Historic happening.”
– Renuga Bhoopal
After the Bhoomi Pooja on April 21st this year, the construction of the Aadhi Yogi Aalayam is almost half completed. The first major program to happen in the Aalayam will be Mahabharat-Saga Nonpareil, an opportunity to experience the grandeur and adventure of this timeless epic under the guidance of a living master.
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