The Dhyanalinga temple at Isha Yoga is a temple with a difference. There is no noise allowed - no talk, no whispers etc. The volunteers guide you inside the circular dome structure housing the linga and show boards that one can leave only when the bell rings in 15 minutes and no noise is permitted. There are grooves in the periphery inside where one can sit and meditate undisturbed. One need not leave in 15 minutes but can stay as long as one wishes but one cannot leave before 15 minutes. There are also group of children and families with babies who do keep fidgeting, but by and large it is a calm and quiet temple unlike the typical temples anywhere else. The linga is built at an angle apparently to match the tilt of the earth. The linga is awe inspiring size and so is the snake on which it rests. The Naada aradhana which takes place twice in a day is another thing not to be missed. It is maintained so spic and span that it makes one want to stay inside forever.