Anaadi Foundation's Shivodaya is a night full of awareness, learning and awakening in the divine presence of Adi Sankara and Kriya Babaji at the Kriya Dhyanalayam, a newly consecrated meditative space.
~ Night Long Chants
~ Mantra Japa
According to the Indian calendar, every month, Chaturdasi tithi krishna paksha is observed as Sivaratri and dedicated to Lord Shiva. Paksha is a fortnight and Krishna Paksha is the waning phase of the moon. Chaturdasi is the 14th day (tithi) of a fortnight in the Indian luni-solar calendar.
During the Phalguna/Maasi month, chaturdasi tithi is observed as Mahashivaratri. The Sun is in Aquarius (Kumbha) and Moon is in Capricorn (Makara) on that day. Devotees observe fast and night-long vigil completely immersed in the consciousness of Shiva.
Feb 21, 7.00 am : Trek to Periya Iyvar Malai
Feb 21, 6.00 pm : Guru Pooja and Dhyanalayam Arthi
Feb 21, 7.30 pm : Satsang
Feb 21, 9.00 pm : Cultural Program
Feb 22, 00.00 am : Mantra Japa and Meditation
Feb 22, 1.00 am : Sadhana Sessions
Feb 22, 5.30 am - 6.30 am : Guru Pooja and Arthi
Feb 22 and Feb 23, Mouna Sadhana