Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev in Stable Condition Following Emergency Brain Surgery at Delhi’s Apollo Hospital

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

New Delhi: In a concerning turn of events, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, the esteemed founder of the Isha Foundation and a widely respected spiritual leader, has been admitted to Apollo Hospital in New Delhi for emergency brain surgery. The spiritual guru was rushed to the hospital following the discovery of significant swelling and bleeding within his brain, which posed a life-threatening risk.

According to the latest reports, Sadhguru was suffering from severe headaches for several weeks, which he endured while continuing with his scheduled activities and social commitments. The situation escalated on the afternoon of March 14, 2024, when he arrived in Delhi, leading to an urgent MRI that revealed a massive bleed in his brain. The MRI indicated both chronic bleeding, ongoing for the last 3-4 weeks, and fresh bleeding that had developed within the previous 24-48 hours.

Despite the severity of his condition, Sadhguru maintained his schedule until March 17, 2024, when his neurological status rapidly deteriorated, accompanied by weakness in his left leg and worsening headaches with recurrent vomiting. He was then admitted to the hospital, where he underwent successful emergency surgery to alleviate the bleeding.

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

Dr. Vinit Suri, the neurosurgeon who led the operation, has reported that Sadhguru is making steady progress and his vital parameters have returned to normal levels. The Isha Foundation has confirmed that their leader is currently in a stable condition and is on the path to recovery.

The Isha Foundation community and followers of Sadhguru around the world have expressed their support and are eagerly awaiting further updates on his health. Sadhguru’s teachings and initiatives, particularly those aimed at environmental conservation such as ‘Save Soil’ and ‘Rally for Rivers’, have inspired many, and his swift recovery is hoped for by all.