Immediately after Mahashivaratri, almost like a miracle, the trees are full of flowers as if to announce that after winter, the fertility of the earth has been rejuvenated. And this perhaps is the reason why the Linga is worshipped throughout India as a symbol of fertility. The festivities differ in various parts of India. In southern Karnataka, for example, children are allowed to get into all kinds of mischief and asking for punishment is the rule of the day, probably originating from the mythological incident of Shiva punishing Brahma for lying. The Vishvanatha Temple at Kashi in Varanasi celebrates the Linga (symbolic of the pillar of light) and the manifestation of Shiva as the light of supreme wisdom.
So why not try to establish the connection with Mahashiv, on this auspicious night at a very rustic and natural area.
Reach Campsite any time after 6 pm
Pitch tents (We will provide tents and our staff will help you set up your tent)
Dinner at 09:30 pm
A little walk and then you can find a suitable location for you to meditate.
Next morning check out by 6 am after morning tea and early breakfast.