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Experience Nada Aradhana on Guru Purnima

“Just sitting silently for a few minutes within the sphere of Dhyanalinga is enough to make even those unaware of meditation experience a state of deep meditativeness.” —Sadhguru

21 July, 11:30 AM – 12:10 PM 

Inside isha dhyanalinga temple: Stone panel depicting Sadhguru enlightenment story.
Sadhguru kneeling before Dhyanalinga during consecration.
Inside isha dhyanalinga temple: Vanashree shrine.
In front of isha dhyanalinga temple: Sarva Dharma Sthamba.

“Dhyana” in Sanskrit means meditation and “linga” means the form. Dhyanalinga is a profound meditative space that does not subscribe to any particular belief or faith, and requires no ritual, prayer or worship. A powerful and unique energy form, Dhyanalinga creates the possibility for every human being who comes within its sphere to experience life in its totality.

The dream of many enlightened beings, Dhyanalinga was consecrated by Sadhguru after three years of an intense process of prana pratishtha – a pure energy process wherein the energies of all seven chakras are raised to the peak and locked to prevent dissipation over time.

A doorway to enlightenment and spiritual liberation, Dhyanalinga offers a spiritual seeker the opportunity to perform spiritual practices in utmost intimacy with a live Guru, an opportunity traditionally available only to a select few.

How to Get There

The Isha Yoga Center is situated 30 kilometers (20 miles) west of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Coimbatore, a major industrial city in southern India, is well connected by air, rail and road. Regular flights and train services are available from all major cities in India.

There are direct buses between Coimbatore and the Isha Yoga Center (View the timetable). Taxis can be booked from the airport as well as the railway station. Alternatively, you can contact the Isha Travel Desk to book a taxi to the Center.

Ph: 9442615436, 0422-2515430

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How to Experience the Dhyanalinga

Dhyanalinga has been created as a very powerful presence so that the vignanamaya kosha or etheric body of a person is touched just by being in its sphere. To experience the Dhyanalinga, sit and gaze at the linga for a few minutes. Then close your eyes, palms facing upwards, resting upon your lap.

The Dhyanalinga requires no pooja, prayer or worship. There is no need to concentrate or try to meditate. Just sitting silently for a few minutes is enough to make even those unaware of meditation experience a state of deep meditativeness. To be most receptive to the Dhyanalinga, the best way is to be there as an offering – to make an offering of oneself. Taking a dip in the Chandrakund or Suryakund before entering the Dhyanalinga can also help enhance one's receptivity to the Dhyanalinga's energies. 

To maintain the silence and sanctity of the space, a bell rings every 15 minutes to indicate when you can enter and leave. Please stay for at least 15 minutes to allow yourself to experience the energies of Dhyanalinga.

Nada Aradhana

Nada Aradhana is an offering of sound that takes place twice a day from 11:50 AM to 12:10 PM and 5:50 PM to 6:10 PM. The etheric blend of flowing vocals, singing bowls, and melodious instruments enhances one’s receptivity to the energies of the Dhyanalinga.


Exuding a serene ambience, the accommodation at the Isha Yoga Center welcomes you into a relaxing space that blends rich, earth-tone hues within a simple yet elegant setting. A distinctive interior design and Isha's own furniture line underscore the rustic and cozy feel of the guest units, all while offering world-class facilities.


A range of cottage options, from Standard and AC to Executive Suites, for up to 4 people are available.

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Volunteer Accommodation

Accommodation is also available for those who have undergone an Isha Yoga program and wish to volunteer at the center.


To make oneself more receptive to the grace of Dhyanalinga, a person can make several offerings.

Dhoop (Incense)

The fragrance of dhoop lends a supportive ambience for the spiritual possibility. Offerings of dhoop can be placed on the table adjacent to Patanjali.

Lotus Offering

In Indian spirituality, a lotus is a symbol for spiritual growth. Fresh lotus flowers can be offered at the jalaseema, the water body surrounding Dhyanalinga.

Linga Jyoti (Lamp Offering)

Linga Jyotis, unique lamps made of copper and brass, have been designed by Sadhguru as a symbol of purification and light. A Linga Jyoti can be offered during a visit to Dhyanalinga, or purchased to preserve and radiate the energies of Dhyanalinga at home.

Mala Offering

An abundance of fresh flowers, exquisitely arranged as malas (garlands) are offered every day, spreading a sense of natural beauty, color and fragrance. Malas can be offered individually or together to Dhyanalinga, the panels in Dhyanalinga’s inner parikrama, Patanjali, Vanashree or the avudiyar. The offering can be made on special occasions, in remembrance of loved ones or simply as an expression of gratitude.

Those who wish to contribute can contact info@dhyanalinga.org or +91 83000 83111.

Amavasya and Purnima Offerings

There is a natural upsurge of energies in the human body on Amavasyas (new moon) and Purnimas (full moon). As a result, they are held as days of significance for the spiritual seeker. On these two days, visitors have the rare privilege of making an offering of ksheera (milk) or jala (water) upon the Dhyanalinga with their own hands. Ksheera is offered from 6 AM to 1 PM and jala from 1 PM to 8 PM.

Dhyanalinga Vastram

Devotees have the opportunity of offering a linga vastram (cotton or silk), the sacred cloth draped on the Dhyanalinga, or to take an energized linga vastram home. Keeping the linga vastram in a shrine, meditation room or pooja room at home will transform the atmosphere of that space.

Those who wish to contribute can contact info@dhyanalinga.org or +91 83000 83111.


Pancha Bhuta Kriya

Offered every Shivratri (14th day of the lunar month), the kriya, based on the profound Yogic science of Bhuta Shuddhi, purifies the five elements - earth, water, fire, air and space - within the human system and establishes overall wellbeing of body and mind. Participants can attend it in person or online.

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Science & Mysticism

A Linga, or a 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 the Yogic sciences.

In the Dhyanalinga, energy has been pushed to its highest point and locked through an intense process of prana prathistha. As Sadhguru describes it, the Linga form allows energy to be brought to the highest intensity at which it can still retain a form. Beyond that, it moves into formlessness.

The physical form of Dhyanalinga - the black granite stone - is just scaffolding for this energy form. Even if this were to be removed now, the energy form that exists there cannot be destroyed. It is eternally present and available to all.

Read more articles on the various aspects of the science and mysticism behind the making of Dhyanalinga.

Contact Us


Dhyanalinga, Isha Yoga Center,
Ishana Vihar Post,
Coimbatore - 641 114, India

Telephone: 091-83000 83111
Email: info@dhyanalinga.org


Very, very energetic and meditative. Wonderful place.

- Velayudham Parabaran