The powerful energy created during the abhishekam is particularly beneficial for the overall wellbeing of the family, good health, success, and prosperity.
The nine nights of Navratri are an exploration of the three main forms of the Goddess.
Linga Bhairavi unites all three dimensions of the Divine Feminine, which also represent the three basic qualities of existence – rajas, tamas, and satva.
They are symbolically represented as Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. Three days are dedicated to each quality, with the first two qualities emphasizing survival and sustenance, and the third leading one towards the aspiration to go beyond.
Families can participate in person and from afar.
Devotees who are unable to attend personally can give the names and nakshatras (birth stars) of up to four family members, which will be written on a palm leaf and placed at Devi’s feet for blessings. The offering will be made on their behalf and the prasadam can be sent upon request (within India).
The minimum age to participate is 7 years.
The first, fourth and seventh nights of Navratri, a grand procession of the Linga Bhairavi Utsavamurti (a consecrated form of Devi) takes place. It begins with an offering to the Trimurti. The procession then progresses in great splendor to Dhyanalinga, before halting in front of it near the eternally waiting Nandi. Here, the energizing music and fire dance offering of the Maha Arati create an electrifying atmosphere to soak in the energies of Devi.
On this powerful night, Linga Bhairavi remains open until 10:00 PM.
During the Navratri Abhishekam - Kutumbam, you and your family will have the opportunity to be seated in the sanctum and witness Linga Bhairavi take on her different colors and forms during the auspicious time of Navratri. A total of 4 family members can take part in this ritual per registration.
Yes, you can.
No. The individual who wishes to receive the benefit needs to go through this ritual.
This ritual is for the benefit of you and your family members.
We can offer this ritual on your behalf and courier you the prasadam.
After registration, you will receive a confirmation email with guidelines to help orient you.
Yes, you can make the offering on any number of days during Navratri.
We are currently unable to offer these rituals outside the countries where Linga Bhairavi abodes are located. Registration for devotees from other regions is only available if they are physically at Linga Bhairavi. For further questions, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Up to 4 family members' names and nakshatrams can be given per registration.
It is best to provide the nakshatram, but it is not mandatory.
Since this is a one-step registration process, if you were unable to complete the payment in the first attempt, you will need to fill up the registration form again. We recommended that you register and make the payment from a desktop or a laptop.
If you are not able to register even after a few attempts, we recommend using an alternate browser and email ID, and also clearing the page history / caches.
You can bring offerings such as flowers, fruits, incense or other items. Please ensure that the offerings are not made of plastic and that the edible offerings have no eggs and are vegetarian.
These offerings can be made either before or after the ritual.
You will receive an email with helpful information on how to make use of the prasadam.
Yes, prasadam can be couriered to the name and address provided when registering for the offering.
At this time, prasadam courier services are available only within the country where the offering is made.
Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore - You can book your stay through cottage.isha.in. For queries, email email@example.com. Please book your stay ahead of time since accommodation is limited.
Two wholesome, vegetarian meals will be offered to guests staying at Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore. Others can visit the Pepper Vine Eatery or the Moondram Pirai restaurant.
"Once you empty yourself, Devi has no choice but to be with you. And if Devi is with you, I also have no choice." - Sadhguru