Sadhguru inaugurates Mahashula and Nandi statues at Sadhguru Sannidhi in Chikkaballapur

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16-01-2024

    54-feet Mahashula statue and a 21-feet Nandi statue inuagurated

    These statues are erected at Sadhguru Sannidhi in Chikkaballapur

    Participants offered oil to Nandi statue before opening to public

On January 15, Spiritual leader Sadhguru inaugurated a 54-feet Mahashula statue and a 21-feet Nandi statue during the Makar Sankranti celebration at Sadhguru Sannidhi in Chikkaballapur, near Bengaluru.

These statues, joining the iconic 112-feet Adiyogi already present, enhance the beauty and grace of the sacred space.

The Nandi, symbolizing a meditative bull, and Mahashula, representing Shiva’s trident, were consecrated in the presence of thousands of devotees who gathered to witness this historic event.

Following the consecration, participants offered oil to Nandi before opening the newly consecrated areas for public darshan.

Throughout the day, local communities from the surrounding Sadhguru Sannidhi area actively participated in traditional festivities, including cultural performances and a vibrant Sankranti Jathre.

Visitors to the Sannidhi were treated to a visual spectacle, featuring a special laser show and the popular Adiyogi Divya Darshanam, a daily video imaging show at 7 PM. This sacred space, inaugurated in October 2022 with the consecration of the Naga, the Sacred Serpent, is part of Sadhguru’s global vision to create spiritual infrastructure offering “one drop of spirituality” to humanity.

In addition to the Naga shrine and Adiyogi, Sadhguru Sannidhi currently houses Yogeshawara Linga and will become the abode of Linga Bhairavi Devi, Navagraha Shrines, and two Teerthakundas (energized water bodies) along with yoga halls, contributing to Sadhguru’s mission of providing spiritual sanctuaries worldwide.

Sadhguru inaugurates Mahashula and Nandi statues at Sadhguru Sannidhi in Chikkaballapur

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    54-feet Mahashula statue and a 21-feet Nandi statue inuagurated

    These statues are erected at Sadhguru Sannidhi in Chikkaballapur

    Participants offered oil to Nandi statue before opening to public

On January 15, Spiritual leader Sadhguru inaugurated a 54-feet Mahashula statue and a 21-feet Nandi statue during the Makar Sankranti celebration at Sadhguru Sannidhi in Chikkaballapur, near Bengaluru.

These statues, joining the iconic 112-feet Adiyogi already present, enhance the beauty and grace of the sacred space.

The Nandi, symbolizing a meditative bull, and Mahashula, representing Shiva’s trident, were consecrated in the presence of thousands of devotees who gathered to witness this historic event.

Following the consecration, participants offered oil to Nandi before opening the newly consecrated areas for public darshan.

Throughout the day, local communities from the surrounding Sadhguru Sannidhi area actively participated in traditional festivities, including cultural performances and a vibrant Sankranti Jathre.

Visitors to the Sannidhi were treated to a visual spectacle, featuring a special laser show and the popular Adiyogi Divya Darshanam, a daily video imaging show at 7 PM. This sacred space, inaugurated in October 2022 with the consecration of the Naga, the Sacred Serpent, is part of Sadhguru’s global vision to create spiritual infrastructure offering “one drop of spirituality” to humanity.

In addition to the Naga shrine and Adiyogi, Sadhguru Sannidhi currently houses Yogeshawara Linga and will become the abode of Linga Bhairavi Devi, Navagraha Shrines, and two Teerthakundas (energized water bodies) along with yoga halls, contributing to Sadhguru’s mission of providing spiritual sanctuaries worldwide.

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