Adiyogi, Lord Shiva Statue, Yoga Websites

Adiyogi is the Abode of Yoga and a source of energy for people to enhance their well-being. Adiyogi means the first yogi in Hindi Language. (Adi means first or beginning and Yogi means one who practices Yoga. )

Statue lord Shiva, Adiyogi, atop Vellaingiri mountainsStatue lord Shiva, Adiyogi, atop Vellaingiri mountains.

A massive 112 feet Adiyogi statue was consecrated atop Velliangiri mountains, on 24th February 2017, by the Honorable Prime Mister of India, Narendra Modi, at Isha Institute premises, near Coimbatore city, Tamilnadu state, India. Jaggi Vasudev, who is commonly known as Sadhguru, is the founder of Isha Institute.

Prayer or worship is not required at the Abode. You may make offerings here. If you are looking for yoga websites, take a look at the different menus under “Yoga” section, in Isha website. Yoga classes are conducted here; Beginners Program, Special Program and Advanced Program are some of the yoga classes conducted here. You may also join them as a yoga instructor.

Another Adiyogi statue is there at 951, Isha Lane, McMinnville, TN 37110, USA.

How Do I Go to Adiyogi, The Abode of Yoga?

Adiyogi, The Abode of Yoga is at Velliangiri mountains, at around 40 kilometers from Coimbatore city.

Coimbatore is well connected by roads to other parts of the country. Coimbatore has a major railway station. There is also an airport at Coimbatore .

What are the Timings of Adiyogi?

Adiyogi is open from 8 am to 8 pm, on all days. Guru Pooja is held at 11:50 am and at 6:20 pm. Special ‘Arathi’ is there at 6 pm on weekends.

George Thiruvilakalayil George

Travel Related Blog Writer at touristinindia.com
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