The Linga Bhairavi Gudi is a miniature form of Devi designed by Sadhguru, allowing devotees to behold and connect with the Devi. When you bring a Gudi home, it is an opportunity to make devotion your very quality, bringing a different level of intelligence into your life. You can express your devotion to the Devi as you wish, you can also chant the Linga Bhairavi stuthi whenever you like. 

  • The Gudi can be kept anywhere in your home or office.
  • Gudi lamp can be lit, if possible, once a day. Ghee or oil can be used.
  • You may offer whatever you wish to the Gudi like fresh flowers, fruits, sweets, etc.
  • The kumkum from top of the Gudi can be applied on the forehead.
  • The top part of the Gudi can be refilled with consecrated kumkum available at Linga Bhairavi.
  • The lid of Gudi can be lifted, which holds the Linga, when cleaning.
  • While cleaning, gently place the Devi on a vastram/clean cloth. Use dry cotton or cloth to wipe and clean the holder; however, please avoid touching Linga.
  • It is recommended not to touch the Linga unless when required to wipe off the dust or to replace fresh kumkum on Devi’s eyes. Please use dry cotton and gently wipe off the dust.
  • The whole Gudi can be cleaned with dry cotton if it is dusty. Avoid cleaning Gudi with water unless it is very dirty. In this case, you may clean it with water and tamarind paste, and wipe it with dry cloth.
  • The removable Gudi lamp can be washed with water and tamarind paste as needed.
  • Please leave the sutra on the Linga as it is tied. Try not to disturb it in any way.
  • While travelling, please carry the Gudi packed firmly inside the packaging box.
  • If you are away someone else may light the lamp on your behalf.