KAILASA's Sri Ananda Subramanya

Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Devalayam

About Sri Ananda Subramanya

Sri Ananda Subrahmanya is the second son of Paramashiva and Parashakti.

He is the bio-energy of Paramashiva and manifested from the third-eye of Paramashiva. He is the manifestation of the Avyakta – unmanifest phase and face of Paramashiva. He is the Lord of Swadhishtana Chakra – the Sacral Chakra. He is the embodiment of courage and valor. He bestows protection from all sorts of negativities.Being the chief of the eighteen Siddhas, He is the Lord of Siddha alchemy and medicinal sciences.He is also called as Skanda, Muruga, Guha, Shanmukha, Karthikeya, etc. Lord Subramanya is the young warrior prince who personifies knowledge and  intelligence.

In the Scriptures

Apta Pramana
Happening of Lord Subramanya 

Skandamaha PuranaSkandamaha Purana Shankara Samhita-Sambhavakaandam

सहस्रसूर्यप्रतिमं तत्र तच्छांभवं महः।सहस्रसूर्यप्रतिमं तत्र तच्छांभवं महः।
षड्वक्त्रं द्वादशभुजं द्विपादं सुमनोहरम्।।
वपुः पुपोष जगतां मङ्गलायुष्यवर्धनम्।
कुमारः सुकुमाराणां निर्दर्शनमभूत्क्षणात्।।

Translation:
In just a moment, the Tejas of Paramashiva which
was radiant and powerful like a thousand Suns,
assumed the form of a small boy having six faces,
twelve hands, two feet, which is very beautiful
and captivating the mind, and which grows the
longevity and auspicious of all the worlds.

6 Enlightenment Ecosystems

Lord Subramanya established the 6 Enlightenment ecosystems called the ‘Aaru Padai Veedu’. Through these 6 Enlightenment Ecosystems he gave the Superconscious breakthrough to whole humanity.

  1. Pazhani, 
  2. Tirutanni, 
  3. Swamimalai, 
  4. Pazhamudircholai
  5. Thiruparankundram
  6. Tiruchendur.

Dandayudhapani Swami in Palani

Palani is the ecosystem where Dandayudhapani Swamy revealed the science of Aushada and Siddha to the whole world. Lord Subramanya as Dandayudhapani Swamy initiated Bhogar – one of the 18 siddhas into this science after which Bhogar had written extensively on the science of Siddha and Aushada

Subramanya Swami in Tiruttani

Tiruttani is the ecosystem where Lord Subramanya settled down from his ferocious state into his blissful state after destroying the demon king Surapadma. It is here that Subramanya himself performed the Shiva Puja to offer gratitude to Paramashiva for gracing victory in the war

Swaminatha Swami in Swamimalai

Swamimalai is the ecosystem where Paramashiva asked Subramanya if knew the meaning of the primordial Pranava OM. Lord Muruga said that he knew the meaning of OM and can expound it to the latter only if he can accept him as guru and listen to the exposition as a devoted disciple. As Paramashiva acceded to the request of Lord Muruga and heard the exposition of OM as a disciple. Subramanya then received the name as Swaminatha Swamy.

Subramanya Swami in Pazhamudircholai

Pazhamudircholai is the ecosystem where Lord Subramanya playfully tested the devotion of his ardent devotee Avvaiyar to show the world the greatness of His devotees bhakti towards Him.

Subramanya Swami in Thiruparankundram

Thiruparankundram is the ecosystem where Lord Subramanya came after destroying and liberating the demon king Surapadman. This is also the place where Lord Indra gave his daughter Deivayanai in marriage to Subramanya as a gratitude to him to destroy the Demon.

Subramanya Swami in Thiruchendur

Thiruchendur is the ecosystem where Lord Subramanya destroyed the demon king Surapadman after a 6 day long battle. At the end of the battle due to the compassion of Subramanya, turned Surapadma as a peacock which is his vahana and as a cock in his flag. 

Birth of Sri Ananda Subramanya

Tortured by the demon Tarakasura, all the went to Brahma -the creator and aired their grievance to Him.

Brahma said, “But, my children! Since Tarakasura has pleased me and got my grace through intense penance, I can not help the situation. Only a son born to Paramashiva can solve your problem. So go, do the needful to please Paramashiva.”

All the Devas headed by Indra; the King of all Devas All the Devas headed by Indra; the King of all Devaswent to Kailasa to appeal to Paramashiva. To theirdismay Paramashiva was absorbed in Samadhi.Nobody dared to disturb the Samadhi of LordParamashiva. Seeing the plight of Devas, Devi Parvati – thecompassionate Mother of the Universe agreed to goin for deep penance to attract the attention ofParamashiva . Manmatha, the god of love decided togo in for a suicidal mission by disturbingParamashiva’s Samadhi by trying to create fantasyin Paramashiva’s bio-memory.

As planned, Manmatha shot his arrow of fantasy onAs planned, Manmatha shot his arrow of fantasy onParamashiva. Paramashiva came out of His Samadhi andopened his third eye when the arrow of fantasy touched Him.Sparkling fire of Shiva Jyoti – the supernal Effulgence of Paramashiva – started coming from Paramashiva ’s third eye.No one was able to bear the intensity of that. Immediately notonly the fantasy was burnt away by that Shiva Jyoti, but also the Manmatha’s body was burnt into ashes. That is whyManmatha is called Ananga- the bodiless.
The sparks of Shiva Jyoti fell into the mouth of Agni, whobeing unable to bear it threw it onto river Ganga. Devi Gangawas also unable to bear it and she threw it on to a reed forest-Shara Vana. The sparks fell on to six lotuses on a pond in theShara Vana. The sparks at once became six Divine babies.The Krithika damsels who represent the six stars of theKrithika constellation nursed those babies.

Sri Ananda Subramanya the Divine warrior

When Devi Parvati came, she gathered those babies, and the child became a six-headed God. This
Divine child is Skanda. Since He was nursed by Krithika damsels, He is called Karthikeya. Since He has six faces, He is called Shanmukha. Since He is born out of the Sara Vana, he is called Saravanabhava. In Southern part of Bharata Desha He is fondly called as Lord Muruga. Muruga in Tamil means the gracefully

 

Paramashiva manifested Himself as Lord Subramanya to celebrate His own existence Subramanya is the completion of Paramashiva in all His glory, power, auspiciousness and thyaga.

~ HDH NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM

HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam’s Message

Subramanya, The Bio-Energy Of Mahadeva

Ask the Deity

Get readings and answers directly from Sri Ananda Subramanya 

Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam has blessed the whole humanity with the sacred gift of “Deity Reading” The ordained priest of ShriKailasa who is initiated by His Divine Holiness Swamiji into the “Deity Reading”, gets into the space of Oneness with Him and connects to the deity installed by The Avatar.

All the deities in the temples of ShriKailasa across the globe, to which His Divine Holiness has done Prana Pratishta, are in continuous entanglement with Paramashiva Himself – His Divine Holiness. The ordained priest, by the power of  The Avatar’s Deeksha also gets into entanglement with Him during the time of “Deity reading”. As a result, the priest resonates in the same frequency and space of the deity. In that sacred space, the prayers of the devotees are read out by the priest to the Deity. The priest receives the answer from the Deity and reads that out back to the devotee. The priest becomes a channel for the deity to reply to the prayers of the devotees.

Through this Deity readings, His Divine Holiness has created a great opportunity to get real-time real answers from the deities. When you attend the session of Deity reading, you get the blessing of Nayanadeeksha of the deity. It means – the graceful eyes of the deity falls on you and your home. By attending the session, you will get opportunity of lifetimes to get real-time solutions from Gods of Kailasa. You will also be blessed with the Shaktinipata – entanglement with the deity and be initiated into the personal sacred connection with the deity, which, but for the grace of the Avatar HDH , would take thousands of years of spiritual practice.

Offerings & Sevas

Connect with  Sri Ananda Subramanya  through Worship Homa, Puja, Archana

नित्यान्नदान निरताखिल रोगहारिन्, तस्मात्प्रदान परिपूरितभक्तकाम ।
शृत्यागमप्रणववाच्यनिजस्वरूप, वल्लीसनाथ मम देहि करावलम्बम् ॥३॥

Nithyanna dana nirathakhila roga harin,
Bhagya pradhana paripooritha bhaktha kama,
Sruthyagama pranava vachya nija swaroopa,
Valleesa nadha mama dehi karavalambham. 3

Extend a hand of support, Oh Lord of Valli, Who gives food daily in charity, which cures all prevalent diseases, Who grants all the boons and fulfills all wishes of devotees, And whose real form is the pranava given in Vedas.

– Subramanya Ashtakam

Meaning:
Lord Subramanya bestows health and cures the diseases that a person is suffering with. Lord Subramanya fulfills all the wishes of his devotees and grants the boons to his devotees.

Naivedyams for Sri Ananda Subramanya 

Food offerings that can be cooked and offered to the deity of Sri Ananda Subramanya

Naivedyam for Sri Ananda Subramanya

Appam

Appam is a type of pancake, originating from South India, made with fermented rice batter and coconut milk, common in Kerala, Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu. It is eaten most frequently for breakfast or dinner. Plain Appam or Vella Appam are bowl-shaped thin pancakes made from fermented rice flour.

Ingredients

  • 1 padi Semolina
  • ½ palam Salt
  • 40 palam Jaggeryur

    Method

    1. Boil 1 padi water in a stove.  Put semolina in the boiling water and stir well without forming lumps and close it.  After it is cooked ¾th, add salt, jaggery and mash well.  Add wheat flour and mash well.  Remove from fire and keep it on a tray. 

    2. Knead everything together in the tray.  Take a lemon sized ball and keep it on the palm of the hand in an oiled banana leaf and spread it round in shape.  Fry it in ghee or oil and cook it well.  This appam can also be made with rice flour.


    3. You can use jackfruit or white pumpkin to make this appam.  Cut these fruits into smaller pieces and boil.  After it is almost done, add salt, jaggery and mash well.  Remove from fire.  Add ½ padi wheat flour and knead well.  Follow the procedure for the rest of th

    4. To the above tempered mixture add turmeric powder and curry leaves and mix it gently.

    5. Then add the tamarind mixture and stir continuously till all the water gets completely absorbed into the mixture.

    6. The end mixture should be very thick in consistency. Add the paste to the rice kept on a stone surface and mix it gently .

    7. If we tie the mixture in an areca leaf(palm leaf) it will stay good for 10-15 days.

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