Colors Tamil gears up to telecast the grand Mahashivrathri Celebrations
One of India’s revered festivals, Mahashivrathri truly offers a magical experience for its devotees. From chanting praises of Lord Shiva to rendering prayers all night long, the festivities spread positive cheer across millions of households. Further elevating the celebrations in scale and grandeur this year, Colors Tamil in association with Isha Yoga is all set to present the exclusive live telecast of Mahashivrathri celebration on Thursday, 11th March from 11:30 PM onwards.
From scintillating performances to the much-awaited Adi Yogi Divya Darshanam, here’s what you can look forward to in this special telecast:
The Mahashivrathri celebrations will be a culmination of art, music and dance as India’s leading performers join together to sing praises of Lord Shiva. Adding an unimaginable amount of energy to the night, Kabir Cafe, Kutle Khan Project, Sandeep Narayan, Mangli, Parthiv Gohil, Anthony Dasan, and Sounds of Isha will bring to life some spectacular performances. Along with this, the night will also lay the stage for mesmerizing dance performances by the students of Isha Samskriti.
Spiritual awakening: The live telecast will provide a unique opportunity for viewers to immerse themselves in a spiritual experience all night long. During the night, the planetary positions alter to create a natural upsurge of energy in the human system and by staying awake it helps strengthen one’s physical and spiritual wellbeing.
Origins of Yoga: Adding a magical touch to the celebrations, there will be a special telecast of the light and sounds show offering viewers an insight into the origin of Yoga. The special telecast will also have a beautiful divya darshanam of the award-winning magnum opus, Adi Yogi statue as part of the celebrations.
Mahashivaratri is significant because of the immense spiritual benefits it offers due to its natural planetary positions. Don’t forget to join the celebration from the comfort of your home by tuning into Colors Tamil from 11th March, Thursday, 11:30 PM to 12th March, Friday, 5:30 AM.