Mahashivratri is an exuberant nightlong festival with explosive meditations by Sadhguru and spectacular musical performances by renowned artistes. Watch the celebrations online this year.
To make the most of the auspicious night of Mahashivratri, it is recommended to stay awake from sunset until sunrise (in your time zone) with an erect spine.
Event timings below are Indian Standard Time (IST).
Pancha Bhutha Aradhana
A powerful process for the purification of the five elements within the human system.
Linga Bhairavi Maha Aarti
A vibrant and ecstatic procession of the Linga Bhairavi Utsav Murti, and an opportunity to bask in the exuberance of Devi.
Sadhguru Discourse and Midnight Meditation
Sadhguru’s talk is followed by the Midnight Meditation, when Sadhguru initiates those attending the celebration into a very powerful meditation, which is the most anticipated event of the night.
Adiyogi Divya Darshanam
A spectacular light and sound show that depicts Adiyogi’s contribution and offering to humanity.
12:30 AM to 2:15 AM
Sadhguru Discourse and Q&A, Shambho Meditation
Shambho is a gentle form of Shiva. The mantra “Shambho” offers one the possibility to open up a new dimension of life.
Brahma Muhurta Chant
Brahma Muhurta, falling in the last quarter of the night, is the best time to do spiritual practices if one wishes to transcend their physical nature.
Music, dance and cultural performances from an array of celebrated artistes will keep you awake and vibrant throughout the night, so you can benefit from the possibilities of this auspicious night.