Mahashivratri 2014 – Live Blog
Mahashivratri, the biggest night on the Isha calendar, is here. Lakhs of meditators and devotees of Shiva are making their way to the sacred premises of the Isha Yoga Center to be part of the nightlong celebrations. Millions more are joining in through television and the internet. We will be bringing you reports, behind-the-scenes action, pictures, videos and live updates on this blog. Welcome to a rapturous night with the Divine!
 
Mahashivarathri 2014 - Live Blog
 

Sadhguru wrote: Breaking the laws of physical nature is spiritual process. In this sense, we are outlaws, and Shiva is the ultimate outlaw. You cannot worship Shiva, but you may join the gang.

Mahashivratri, the biggest night on the Isha calendar, is here. Lakhs of meditators and devotees of Shiva are making their way to the sacred premises of the Isha Yoga Center to be part of the nightlong celebrations. Millions more are joining in through television and the internet. We will be bringing you reports, behind-the-scenes action, pictures, videos and live updates on this blog. Don't forget to register for the live-stream. The webcast begins at 5.30pm. Welcome to a rapturous night with the Divine!

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4 years 4 months ago

I wish I could be a part of the tour too.

4 years 4 months ago

I wish to meet Sadh Guru.. For that what can i do?

4 years 4 months ago

With all my love,

I was there on the night of Shivarathri with thousands of devotee's and enjoyed the night thoroughly. This was my first visit and darshana of Sadguru and I feel blessed.

However, I have a few questions. If someone from the foundation can care to answer.

1. Like i said , i enjoyed the event. But i came there to meditate and listen to Shiva and Shiva's mantra's, songs, stories. However this event was very musical with artists singing about " Allah" and "Islam". I am liberal and tolerant towards every religion, but on the night of "Shivarathri " i wouldn't want to listen to praise of "ALLAH". Was this event by design to be this way ?. Was it supposed to be a all religion respect and love kinda event ?

2. There was a lot of singing and dancing but most of it was to keep people awake. Is that a challenge to keep people awake and to avoid people from sleeping you choose to play "ITEM songs ".

3. Will the coming "Shivarathri's" will also be this way ?

Please help me understand ....

1 year 1 month ago

Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this write-up and also the rest of the website is very good.