Kailaasa Paramparagatha Sripura Sarvajnapeetha

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Maurya Empire(c. 250 BCE), Kanva Dynasty


The Maurya Empire was a geographically extensive Iron Age historical power which dominated the Indian subcontinent between 322 and 185 BCE. Comprising the majority of South Asia, the Maurya Empire was centralized by the conquest of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, and its capital city was located at Pataliputra (modern Patna). The empire was the largest political entity that has existed in the Hindu subcontinent, extending over 5 million square kilometres (1.9 million square miles) at its zenith under Ashoka View the page for Maurya Empire, Kanva Dynasty

Satavahana Dynasty(A.D.2nd century)


This would indicate that the Satavahanas originally claimed association with the legendary solar dynasty, as was common in ancient India. According to Inguva Kartikeya Sarma, the dynasty's name is derived from the words sata ("sharpened", "nimble" or "swift") and vahana ("vehicle"); the expression thus means "one who rides a nimble horse". Satavahana also referred to as the Andhras in the Puranas, were an ancient Hindu dynasty based in the Deccan region. Most modern scholars believe that the Satavahana rule began in the late second century BCE and lasted until the early third century CE, although some assign the beginning of their rule to as early as the 3rd century BCE based on the Puranas, but uncorroborated by archaeological evidence. The Satavahana kingdom mainly comprised the present-day Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. At different times, their rule extended to parts of modern Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Karnataka. The dynasty had different capital cities at different times, including Pratishthana (Paithan) and Amaravati (Dharanikota). Prakrit and sanskrit were their off languages. View the Page for Satavahana Dynasty.

Ikshvaku Dynasty


The Ikshvaku (IAST: Ikṣvāku) dynasty ruled in the eastern Krishna River valley of India, from their capital at Vijayapuri (modern Nagarjunakonda in Andhra Pradesh) during approximately 3rd and 4th centuries CE. The Ikshvakus are also known as the Andhra Ikshvakus or Ikshvakus of Vijayapuri to distinguish them from their legendary namesakes. The Ikshvaku kings were Shaivites and performed Vedic rites, but Buddhism also flourished during their reign. Several Ikshvaku queens and princes contributed to the construction of the Buddhist monuments at present-day Nagarjunakonda. View the page for Ikshvaku Dynasty

Coronation of His Divine Holiness

The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam, is the current King of the Kailasa Paramparagatha Sripura Sarvajnapeetham in the region of Bhagyanagara (modern State of Telangana), South India. The spiritual lineage of this ancient KAILASA ecosystem dates back to Paramashiva Himself and later in the lineage to Lord Dattatreya - the incarnation of the Trinity Hindu Gods - Paramashiva, Brahma and Vishnu, and later to the great incarnation Sri Shirdi Sai Baba until The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism.

The great incarnation Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba personally identified Sripuram (abode of Devī, Divine Consort of Paramaśiva) in the Bhāgyanagara region (modern day Hyderabad in the State of Andhra Pradesh, South India) as the headquarters of the Sripura Kingdom. Devī is the chief deity of the Sripura Kingdom. The below silver deity of Devi is the actual moola murti - the main presiding deity - of this region which was offered everyday worship in the temple that existed here earlier. The deity was not traceable once the temple got destroyed due to persecution by foreign invaders. Bhagavan Shri Sathya Sai Baba, the great incarnation, materialised the very same silver Devi deity from the past and handed it to a devotee, personally instructed the devotee to build a temple in this sacred land that once upon a time housed a temple whose remains could be seen as a dilapidated pillared stone structure {mandapam}. Sri Sathya Baba was another great reviver of Hinduism during his era. The devotee duly built the temple dedicated to Devi Rajarajeshwari alongwith other Hindu deities and handed over the Sripura Kingdom to The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism. The people of the Sripuram region have experienced the live darshan (Divine Vision) of Devi appearing before them and blessing them in this very place where the temple once existed.

On 23 jan 2006, the land was officially handed over to The Supreme Pontiff.

The lineage of the Sripura kingdom - Paramashiva, Dattatreya, Shirdi Sai Baba, The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam.

As per the Hindu tradition, in Devī temples, only a Śankarācārya can install a Meru. (A Meru is a powerful three-dimensional representative form of the Cosmos). The title Śankarācārya is derived from Ādi Shankara, the 8th century Incarnation and reviver of Hinduism. The Śankarācāryas form a lineage of rulers of the traditional mutts revived by Ādi Shankara. Following the tradition, a giant Meru was installed at the Sripura Kingdom temple by the then Śankarācārya, Jagadguru Sri Jayendra Saraswathi Śankarācārya of the Kanchipuram mutt.

The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism's visit to the Sripura Sarvajnapeetham - Jan 2006

The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism is seen offering “Ārati ” - the traditional sacred flame - offering at the main sanctum of the temple in the Sripura Kingdom. One can see the photograph of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Saibaba inside the main sanctum in the above photographs.

22 January 2006: The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Accepts Invitation to the Sripura Kingdom

On the 22 January 2006[1], The Supreme pontiff of Hinduism, jagatguru mahasannidhanam, his divine holiness bhagavan sri nithyananda paramashivam blessed the people of sripura kingdom accepting invitation for a 3 day ritual.

24 April 2011 - Mahasamadhi of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba

[2]24 April 2011 - The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism visited Puttaparthi and paid his last respects to Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, who entered into Mahasamadhi (left His mortal frame). He was received by the senior members of the organization. The following are pictures from the homage visit.

Activities by initiated disciples in Sripura Sarvajnapeetam for reviving and maintaining the enlightenment ecosystem

Nithyanandeshwari Devalayam

Annadaan: Organic food- building healthy body, providing livelihood for many

Organically farmed food is cooked and served for the sannyasis who is residing as well as the villagers around Sripura sarvajnapeetam Click here to view more

Nithyananda Balavidyalaya

Nithyananda Goshala

Supremepontiff of hinduism jagadguru mahasannidaanam Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam envisioned the restoration of the reverence and cultural importance of Cows as Gaumatha of Vedagamic era and established the Gaushala as Gaumandir and all verities of natural breeds are protected and nurtured in Sripura sarvajnapeetam . View the Page for Nithyananda Goshala

Nithyananda Jnanalaya

Nithyananda Arogyadaan

Shakthi Avishkarana

Satsangi- Enriching through cosmic principles

Feminine Empowerment