Yogini Trust Nepal, Basundhara (Rind Road Track S), Kathmandu, Nepal - 44600
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Morning: 6:30 AM – 1:20 PM
Evening: 4:20 PM – 8:20 PM
7:40 AM, 12:40 PM & 7:40 PM
Linga Bhairavi Devi is a powerful feminine energy form consecrated by Sadhguru on Fagu Purnima, or the full moon in the lunar month of Falgun, in March 2023. Residing in a uniquely-designed abode following traditional Nepali architecture, Her abode features intricately carved wooden struts supporting the pagoda roof and a gajura on top. The linga comprises three-and-half chakras – muladhara, swadhisthana, manipuraka and half of anahata – which brings stability to one’s body, mind and energy system.
Making an offering to Linga Bhairavi is an opportunity for joyous surrender.
Linga Bhairavi is situated 6 km north of Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal.
There are direct buses between the airport and Linga Bhairavi.
Taxis can be booked using Pathao or Indrive apps. Alternatively, taxis are available near the airport’s parking area.
From Tribhuvan International Airport, head west towards the Ring Road, then turn right onto the Ring Road. At Gaushala Chowk Road, take the third exit and stay on the Ring Road. About 3 km from Gaushala Chowk, continue straight at Narayan Gopal Chowk. Linga Bhairavi (Basundhara Ring Road Track S) is situated about 1 km from the Narayan Gopal Chowk.
Unique rituals designed to support individuals in every step one takes in one’s life, from birth to death, to everything in-between.
A rare opportunity for volunteers to soak in Devi’s presence, and offer seva, or service, at Linga Bhairavi. Devi Seva is a powerful bhakti sadhana to experience the unbounded grace and exuberance of Devi.