Times Square Lights Up for Mahashivratri with Sadhguru at Adiyogi; New Yorkers Seen Grooving to ‘Har Har Mahadev’ sattaex.com

Last Updated: March 06, 2024, 22:44 IST

New Yorkers dancing to ‘Har Har Mahadev’ at Times Square. Image/News18

‘The world is realising the significance of the Great Night of Shiva,’ Sadhguru posted along with the Times Square video where New Yorkers are seen excited to witness the magic of Mahashivratri at Adiyogi in India

It was an unusual sight at New York’s Times Square with chants of “Shiva” and “Shambho” in the air on a busy Monday night. As a delightful video of Mahashivratri with Sadhguru — the most viewed Mahashivratri event in the world — lit up the screens of Times Square, New Yorkers couldn’t stop but dance to the beats of “Har Har Mahadev”!

Sharing the video, Sadhguru, Founder-Isha Foundation, posted, “#TimesSquare, New York welcomes #Mahashivratri! The world is realising the significance of the Great Night of Shiva as a celebration of enhancing human potential and an opportunity for transformation. Let us make it happen.”

Describing the scene at Times Square, Margaret shared, “Tears streamed down my face as I saw the love and excitement in the air when Sadhguru’s image appeared on the Billboard at Time Square.”

“It was a night of celebration, connection, and a reminder that spiritual experiences can happen anywhere, even in the heart of Times Square,” she added.

Viewed by over 140 million people, Mahashivratri with Sadhguru in front of the iconic face of Adiyogi in Tamil Nadu has earned the place to be one of the most-awaited annual events in the world. This year too, the night-long celebrations will see immersive meditations guided by Sadhguru, celebratory music, and enthralling dance performances. The grand spectacle will be broadcast from 8 March, 6 pm to 9 March, 6 am, in 22 languages worldwide on Sadhguru’s YouTube channels.

The event, which will see tens of thousands of people from all walks of life, will be graced by Vice President of India Jagdeep Dhankhar and the stage will see captivating performances from renowned artists like Shankar Mahadevan, Gurdas Maan, Pawandeep Rajan, Rathijith Bhattacharjee, Mahalingam, Mooralala Marwada, rappers like Paradox, MC Heam, Dharavi project, as well as French musicians, Sounds of Isha and Isha Samskriti.

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