Are you ready for a yoga-themed adventure?
Adiyogi Shiva Statue is a colossal work of art stands an impressive 112 feet tall and is made out of a whopping 500 tonnes of steel. And it’s not just any old sculpture, my friend – it’s officially recognized by the Guinness World Records as the “Largest Bust Sculpture” in the world.
The statue was created with the intention of inspiring people towards inner well-being through yoga. And you don’t need to be a yoga master to appreciate the breathtaking beauty of this massive piece of art.
Located in the Isha Yoga Complex, the Adiyogi statue is surrounded by lush green farmlands at the foothills of Velliangiri Mountains in the Western Ghats. It’s the perfect spot for a peaceful retreat, and you can join in on many cultural activities and games organized under the shadow of the mammoth statue.
And let’s not forget the food! The Adiyogi complex has a cafeteria that serves up some delicious and reasonably priced South Indian cuisine that you can devour. And if you’re feeling lazy after all that food, don’t worry – there are modified bullock carts and open rickshaw facilities available to ferry you back and forth.