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Devi Seva

Volunteer at Linga Bhairavi to experience the unbounded grace of the Devi.

“Linga Bhairavi is feminine – you have to woo her. You must approach her with a sense of offering.”


Devi Seva is an opportunity for devotees to be in the consecrated space of Linga Bhairavi for a dedicated amount of time and do seva in Devi’s presence. Seva means an offering of oneself in abandon, without the expectation of getting something in return.

A powerful Bhakti Sadhana is part of the Devi Seva, to help you become more open and receptive to experience Devi's all-encompassing grace and exuberance.

Fixed Duration - 18 Days
Inner Engineering Completion


Devi Seva involves committing several hours per day at Linga Bhairavi’s Abode.

During this period, the sevakas (volunteers) support in setting up for various rituals that take place on a day-to-day basis. They also assist in enhancing the experience of the thousands of visiting devotees.

As part of Devi Seva, Bhakti Sadhana is offered to the sevakas, which serves as a powerful tool to earn the grace of Linga Bhairavi.


Individuals who have done the Inner Engineering program (including initiation into Shambhavi Mahamudra Kriya) can take part in Devi Seva.


Devi Seva consists of three days of sadhana in silence, followed by fifteen days of seva in the sacred space of Linga Bhairaivi. For women, seva happens every month from Purnima (full moon) to Amavasya (new moon), and for men, it is from Amavasya to Purnima.


Jan 02 - Jan 21
Jan 30 - Feb 20
Mar 03 - Mar 21
Apr 01 - Apr 19
May 01 - May 19
May 30 - Jun 17
Jun 29 - Jul 17
Jul 28 - Aug 16
Aug 26 - Sep 14
Sep 25 - Oct 14
Oct 24 - Nov 13
Nov 23 - Dec 12
Dec 22 - Jan 11

How to Apply for Devi Seva?

Receive a call within 3 days of application

Receive a response within 7 days

“If I was going through any mental distress, I would just stand and look at Devi without asking for anything. Within a few hours everything would settle.”

- Vishakh, Teacher

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