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Sadhguru Sannidhi Bengaluru

“If life allows you to create something that is larger than you, it is the greatest privilege and fulfillment for a human being.” — Sadhguru

Sadhguru Sannidhi Bengaluru

“If life allows you to create something that is larger than you, it is the greatest privilege and fulfillment for a human being.” — Sadhguru

Situated in a vibrant natural setting near Nandi Hills, Sadhguru Sannidhi, Bengaluru is being established as a powerful Sthana or center for inner transformation.

On 16 February 2022, the Sadhguru Sannidhi in Bengaluru witnessed its first-ever event. Sadhguru was present at the Center and offered Bhoomi Pooja as part of the foundation stone laying ceremony. He addressed the gathering about his vision for the Yoga Center, including the consecrated spaces and the various offerings that will become available in the next few years.

How to get there

The Sadhguru Sannidhi Bengaluru is located near Nandi Hills in Chikkaballapur district, 65 kilometers north of Bengaluru.

The Center is 45 km from the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (60-minute drive) and 63 km from the Cantonment Railway Station, Bengaluru (80-minute drive).

Regular bus and taxi services are available from Bengaluru city to Chikkaballapur town.

Visitor Information

Sadhguru Sannidhi, Bengaluru is open from 6 AM – 8 PM on all days.

Visitors can take part in the many offerings and processes available at the Yogeshwar Linga and Naga shrine, and experience the Adiyogi Divya Darshanam every evening.

Processes and Offerings

Adiyogi Divya Darshanam

A powerful 14-minute video imaging show projected on the Adiyogi, it depicts Adiyogi’s contribution to humanity. This visual treat is accompanied by a narration on Adiyogi in Sadhguru’s voice. It happens every day at 7 PM.

Yoga Sandhya

A powerful 30-minute process to deepen your connection with the Yogeshwar Linga. Yoga Sandhya helps you establish a deep personal connection with the Yogeshwar Linga, brings vibrancy to your energies and helps you navigate life situations gracefully.

Jala Offering

As a way to become receptive to the energies of Yogeshwar Linga, devotees can make an offering of water and neem leaves to the linga with their own hands.

Dosha Nivarana Arpane

Devotees can offer flowers, neem leaves and apply red earth on Naga for one’s wellbeing.

Dhoop Arpane

An offering of dhoop (incense) to the Naga for one’s wellbeing.

Kala Sarpa Seva

A potent process with the 112 serpents carved on the Naga shrine. The seva brings health and wellbeing to oneself and one's family (particularly for women), helps with skin ailments, alleviates mental health issues, relieves one from Naga Dosha and Kula Dosha, and supports those seeking mystical prowess.

Naga Arati

Arati is offered at the Naga shrine thrice a day, at 6:20 AM, 12:20 PM and 6:20 PM.

Naga Snanam

The Naga is cleaned one day before Purnima (full moon day) and Amavasya (new moon day). Devotees can participate in this process, which begins at 8 PM.

Get Involved

Whether it is through cash contributions or donations in kind, time, or expertise, Isha Foundation offers a variety of opportunities for you to extend your support.

As a part of Kshetragna, you can avail a living space for yourself and your family in the consecrated environs of the Yoga Center, which you can make use of throughout your life.

Contact Us

📞 Contact: 080-47103311

📧 bangalore@isha.sadhguru.org