Mahashivratri provide a common platform for artistes to perform and connoisseurs to appreciate the classical arts. It is an endeavor to preserve and promote the uniqueness, purity and diversity of the nation’s music and dance traditions. Artistic presentations, which in their subtlety and vibrancy evoke the profoundness and depth inherent in India’s ancient culture, provide an opportunity for people from across the world to discover and experience the beauty of these art forms.
Pancha Bhutha Aradhana
A powerful process for the purification of the five elements within the human system.
Bhairavi Maha Yatra
A vibrant and ecstatic procession of the Linga Bhairavi Utsav Murti and an opportunity to bask in the exuberance of Devi.
Adiyogi Divya Darshanam
A spectacular light and sound show that depicts Adiyogi’s contribution and offering to humanity.
7:00 pm onwards
This is an integral part of Indian culture, where food is offered not just for physical nourishment but as a sacred duty, without which no festival or ceremony is complete.
11:00 pm to 1:25 am
Sadhguru Discourses and Midnight Meditation
Sadhguru offers discourses, and at midnight, initiates the huge gathering into very powerful meditations, which are the most looked-forward events of the night.
3:25 to 4:20 am
Sadhguru Meditation at Brahma Muhurtam
Every year at Isha, we celebrate Mahashivaratri in grandeur with renowned artistes performing music and dance through the night to inspire everyone to participate and benefit from it.