1. Guinness Book of World Records

The Guinness Book of World Records named Adiyogi the “Largest Bust Structure” in the world, at 112 feet tall.

2. Divya Adiyogi Darshanam

Adiyogi illuminates the sky with a stunning 3D Laser show showcasing Adiyogi’s contribution to the yogic sciences to humanity. From 8 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. on weekends, Purnima, Amavasya, and other auspicious days.

3. Adiyogi Vastram Offering

Devotees can present Adiyogi a vastram by tying a black cloth around any of the 621 tridents that encircle Adiyogi.

4. Pradakshina Adiyogi

The Adiyogi Pradakshina is a two-kilometer round trip around the Dhyanalinga and Adiyogi. Sadhguru designed it to help people become receptive to Adiyogi’s Grace, which can propel their quest for ultimate freedom. The Pradakshina is a method of assimilating the energy of the numerous consecrated locations at the Isha Yoga Centre by singing a specific mantra and performing a specific mudra.

5. Offerings to Yogeshwar Linga

Devotees can make an offering of water and neem leaves to the Yogeshwar Linga to open themselves to the energies of the linga.

6. Purnima Music Concert

Every full moon night, Adiyogi is open until midnight, and a musical performance by Sounds of Isha is offered to Adiyogi from 10:30 PM to 11:30 PM.

7. Adiyogi’s Prized Possessions

Surrounding the Yogeshwar Linga are brass floor tiles. These have small carvings of the most intricately detailed artwork, depicting some of Adiyogi’s most prized possessions as described in the yogic tradition. There are earrings, the slender crescent of the moon that adorns his matted locks, a rudraksh bead, a neem leaf, a damaru, bow, axe and a bell.

Categorized in: