Nadha Aradhana, sanskrit for 'an offering of sounds',
is performed every day in the Dhayanalinga from 11:50 am to 12:10 pm
and from 5:50 pm to 6:10 pm. For meditations, these timing are recognized
as sandhya kalas, a phase when nature itself undergoes a certain transition especially conducive to meditation. An etheric blend of vocals, singing bowls,
drums and various instruments enhanced in the naturally
reverberating dome, Nandha Aradhana opens the listeners to the divine energies and Grace of the Dhyanalinga.
Dhyanalinga, the dream of many enlightened being, is a most
precious gift to
humanity, offering the seed of spiritual liberation to all who sit in its presence
Dhyanalinga is the highes possible manifestation of the Divine, with all seven
chakras representing the seven aspects of life consecrated through prana prathista - a pure
energy process. Even the uninitiated can experience meditativeness in the sphere of the
Dhyanalinga. It took three lifetimes for Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev to offer this miracle,
his guru's vision, to the world. Dhyanalinga Multi-Religious Temple is situated at the foothills
of the sacred velliangiri Mountains in isha Yoga Center.
An offering of sounds in the presence of the Dhayanlinga is akin to sitting in
utmost intimacy before your Guru and offering your very essence, Sounds, instead of words,
are used to communicate your deepest longing and abiding gratitude.
Thus, each offering on this recording is an intensely moving emanation from the soulful
depths of those who offer.
Renowned musicians from varied music traditions of India have offered
in the Dhyanalinga's ethereal space such as Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia,
Balamurali Krishna, Sudha Ragunathan, Unni Krishnan, Usha Uthup and the
Gundecha Brothers, to name a few. In this recording, from deep meditative
State where sound instinctively resonates, Bhrahmacharis and resident
Isha Yoga volunteers make their offerings.
This recording provides an opportunity to experience the enhancement of
Nandha Aradhana and transport
listeners to the sacred space of the Dhanalinga, evoking the meditative qualities it emits.