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Isha Yoga Center, New Delhi–NCR

“A consecrated space experientially reminds you that there is much more to life than you think.” —Sadhguru

Isha Yoga Center, New Delhi–NCR

“A consecrated space experientially reminds you that there is much more to life than you think.” —Sadhguru

The Isha Yoga Center in Delhi is a carefully crafted space for inner transformation. Situated in a vibrant natural setting, the center offers powerful Yoga programs and meditative spaces consecrated by Sadhguru.

The center notably features the Linga Bhairavi Devi Sannidhanam, consecrated by Sadhguru through prana pratishtha. Linga Bhairavi is the ultimate manifestation of the Divine Feminine – powerful and all-encompassing.

Auspicious days associated with Devi are celebrated at her abode in Delhi through various rituals, allowing devotees to be touched by Devi and her abundant grace.

A range of Yoga and meditation programs are also offered to all at the Yoga Center. These include Inner Engineering Retreats and Hatha Yoga Programs, among others.

How To Get There

Autos, buses and regular cab services are operational from all major bus terminals, railway stations, and the Indira Gandhi International Airport to Isha Yoga Center, Delhi–NCR. The nearest metro station to Isha Yoga Center, Delhi is Chhatarpur. Location on Google Maps:


4, Osho Drive,

Mandi Gaon Road,

Gadaipur, Mehrauli,

New Delhi - 110030

Visitors Information

The Center is open from 7 AM - 10 AM & 5 PM - 8 PM every day for visitors during summers (Holi to Diwali), and 8 AM - 11 AM & 5 PM - 8 PM during winters (Diwali to Holi).

ActivitiesTiming & Contact Information
Purnima Celebration (Every Purnima)6:20 PM - 7:20 PM
Ekadashi Silence Sadhana (Every Ekadashi)6:00 AM - 6:00 PM Register: 9811116665
Prithvi Prema Seva9810064000
Shop at Isha Life9818646666
Monthly Satsang (First Sunday of Every Month)7:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Sadhguru Darshan (Every Saturday & Sunday)6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

Consecrated Space

Linga Bhairavi Devi Sannidhanam

Consecrated by Sadhguru through prana pratishtha, Linga Bhairavi is the ultimate manifestation of the Divine Feminine – powerful and all-encompassing. Fierce and compassionate at once, Devi nurtures her devotees, supporting all aspects of their wellbeing – physical, material, and most importantly, spiritual.

Summer timings (Holi to Diwali):
7:00 AM - 10:00 AM & 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Winter timings (Diwali to Holi):
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM & 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Learn More
Aroopa Hall

Aroopa Hall at Isha Yoga Center, New Delhi, is a program hall where various programs including Inner Engineering, Hatha Yoga & Guru Pooja are offered on a regular basis.


Morning: 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Evening: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM


The Shrine is a powerful space consecrated by Sadhguru. One can participate in Sadhguru Darshan on weekends and Ekadashi Sadhana at the shrine.

Offerings & Rituals

Rituals at Linga Bhairavi are designed to support individuals at every step of their lives, from birth to death, and everything in between, while ensuring that their life situations also bring the possibility of being touched by the Divine.

To book a ritual, please contact: +91 9818646666

Vastram Arpanam

Vastram (saree) offerings can be made to appeal to Devi's Grace for the wellbeing of individuals as well as family members.

Prahara Vilakku Seva

In Prahara Vilakku Seva, 333 lamps are offered outside Linga Bhairavi’s abode, creating a dazzling display.

Bhairavi Vilakku Seva

An offering of 11 lamps inside Devi’s abode, it brings overall health, prosperity, and wellbeing for the entire family. 

Mala Arpanam

An offering of a decorative flower or lemon garland to adorn Devi can be made to receive her overflowing Grace.

Netram Arpanam

Devotees with a deep desire can appeal for Devi’s Grace with this representation of Devi’s Third Eye, available in copper and silver.

Mangalya Bala Sutra

A turmeric-dyed thread with a turmeric root – representing auspiciousness – can be offered onto Devi’s Trishul to appeal for Her Grace, or for the wellbeing of one’s spouse, or anyone else.

Klesha Nashana Kriya

It is a powerful aura cleansing process performed in Devi’s presence. It employs fire and other natural elements to remove impurities in the aura.


This ritual introduces children into the world of knowledge, letters, and the process of learning.

Anna Prasanam

Anna Prasanam celebrates a child’s transition to solid foods and marks the beginning of the blossoming phase of their life.

Bhuta Shuddhi Vivaha

Bhuta Shuddhi Vivaha is a form of consecration for marriages, with origins in the Yogic system. The fundamental process is a refinement of the five elements in the human system (earth, water, air, fire, and space).


Navratri - Nine Nights of the Divine Feminine

15–23 October 2023

Worship of the feminine has always been prominent in Indian culture. Navratri comprises of nine powerful nights dedicated to Devi - a feminine manifestation of the Divine. Linga Bhairavi manifests all the three dimensions of the Divine Feminine, traditionally represented as Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. These three dimensions represent the three basic qualities of existence – tamas (inertia), rajas (action), and sattva (transcendence). While the first two qualities are oriented towards wellbeing and prosperity, the third is towards the aspiration to go beyond.

Diwali and Karthigai Deepam - Celebrate the Festival of Lights with Devi's Grace

12 & 26 November 2023

Diwali and Karthigai Deepam are a time of togetherness, joy and celebration. In the northern hemisphere, Diwali, or Deepavali, is traditionally celebrated on Trayodashi (13th day) of the Karthigai month in the lunar calendar. This marks the beginning of winter, when all life slows down. The celebratory aspect of this month, starting with Diwali, has a deep scientific significance in this culture. It aids in enabling a person to get through the dark winter without falling sick or losing their sense of balance and purpose.

Thaipusam at Linga Bhairavi - A Sacred Day of the Divine Feminine

Those who earn the Grace of Bhairavi neither have to live in concern or fear of life or death, of poverty, or of failure. All that human beings consider as wellbeing will be theirs, if only they earn the Grace of Bhairavi. – Sadhguru

Lunar Hindu New Year

The Lunar Hindu New Year is very significant, not just culturally, but scientifically too, because it takes into account the relationship between our planet, the sun, and the moon, and its impact on the human system. Considering this, New Year day was celebrated to mark the beginning of the new agricultural season, and as a welcome to the spring season, instead of on 1 January.

Contact Us

Contact Information:

Isha Yoga Center, New Delhi–NCR

4, Osho Drive,

Mandi Gaon Road, Gadaipur,

Near Chattarpur Metro Station,

Mehrauli, New Delhi - 110030

Email:  isha.delhicenter@ishafoundation.org

Telephone: +91 9654993333