January 01 2008

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2008 Jayanti Message - Celebrate Jeeva, Jagat, Ishwara


On 1 Jan 2008, The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyanananda Paramashivam, celebrated His 31st Jayanti (birthday) amidst a huge crowd and with great joy at Adi Kailasa in Bidadi, Bengaluru; with many disciples, devotees joining in via two-way video conferencing across the globe. On this auspicious day, the Maha Kumbabhisheka to the temple of Sri Anandeshwara was also performed by His Divine Holiness at Bidadi. The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness, Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam, expounded on the Cosmic Principle of Celebrating Existence of Self, God and the World during today’s auspicious public message - Nithyananda Satsang. In His message, His Divine Holiness (HDH) revealed several powerful cognitions around Jeeva, Jagat, Ishwara which is the Core of one’s Existence. His Divine Holiness explained the truths of the two identities Ahankar and Mamakar and revealed that Self Realisation happens when the fight between these identities cease and also when one starts dropping the logical mind and starts seeing the world as a mystery.

His Divine Holiness shared several powerful cognitions surrounding Living Enlightenment, Sat Chit Ananda and Swayamprakahsa Swatantra. “Whoever feels whatever is happening is auspicious, inside and outside, lives like Shiva; lives in Shiva consciousness; lives in eternal bliss, lives in celebration.” Even disease and death, His Divine Holiness shared, also have a message for us, something to teach us and raise our intelligence and consciousness.

Video and Audio - Jayanti Message - Celebrate Jeeva, Jagat, Ishwara

Video Audio


SPH Blessing Kailaasavasis and Sannyasis Before the start of celebrations at AadiKailaasa, Bengaluru, India

Procession to Sri Nithyanandeshwara Temple and the Sacred Banyan Tree

Padapuja and Satsang

Darshan To All


More Photos of Procession, Pratyaksha Pada puja, Darshan, Maha Arati and Initiation