Celebrate Sri Ramanavami: Divine Incarnations and Historic Celebrations

Explore the spiritual significance of Sri Ramanavami, the cosmic advent of Bhagavan Sri Rama, and the sacred celebrations at Adi Kailasa Nithyananda Sarvajnapeetham.
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Today marks the continued celebration of the auspicious day of Sri Ramanavami—the cosmic celebration of the happening of Bhagavan Sri Rama Chandra Prabhu, the nijavatara of Bhagavan Mahavishnu – Parandhama, the Ultimate Superconsciousness Himself. His advent on planet Earth aimed to destroy adharma—the collective negativity, and re-establish dharma on the planet by giving a breakthrough in the DNA of human civilization. Yesterday, on this ninth day of Chaitra Navaratri, during Shukla Paksha in the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra, KAILASAs all over the world celebrated Rama Navami. This is when Bhagavan Sri Mahavishnu Himself appeared as Purushottama Parama Pavana Bhagavan Sri Ramchandra Prabhu. Sri Adishesha appeared as Lakshmana, and his Chakra and Shankha appeared as Bharata and Shatrughna. The uniqueness of this day lies in it being the only day when an incarnation has landed on planet Earth along with all his amshas simultaneously.

Today, here at Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Devalayam, in Adi Kailasa Nithyananda Sarvajnapeetham, we continue the Ramanavami celebrations with one of the most cherished and celebrated happenings in the Ramavatara Leela, Sri Rama Pattabhishekam—the coronation of Bhagavan Sri Rama Chandra Prabhu as the king, Raja Rama. He established a model dharmic civilization, Rama Rajya, on planet Earth for the first time in the history of evolved human civilization.

Sri Rama and Adi Kailasa

Adi Kailasa Nithyananda Sarvajnapeetham is where Sri Rama spent the best part of His life. He lived here with Devi Sita, Lakshmana, Sapta Rishis, and Paramashiva Himself. The Svayambhu Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Linga, the moola vigraha of Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Devalayam, is the deity that Sri Rama personally worshiped, along with Sita and Lakshmana, and later, Sri Hanuman, during their stay here.

When Sri Rama Chandra Prabhu lived here with Devi Sita, a demon in the form of a crow, Kakasura, tried to harm Sita. Sri Rama killed that demon. Since then, not a single crow has flown over Ramanagara Hill, where this incident occurred. Adi Kailasa is home to the sacred Kalpavriksha—the wish-fulfilling Banyan tree, directly transported from KAILASA as super effulgence to planet Earth. This is the only place on Earth to host all four sacred trees together as prescribed in the Mrigendra Agama.

This is the place where Sri Rama, as the first Vyasa, compiled the 108 Upanishads, when he revisited this place along with the entire Rama Parivara, after His coronation. He presented this compilation as Muktikopanishad to Sri Hanuman—his Paramabhakta, under this very Banyan tree.

Agama records very clearly state that Sadāshiva gave the Agamas and revealed the Vedas to the Sapta Rishis south of the Kailasa Parvata, under the Banyan Tree. The Ramayana describes clearly that, with the Sapta Rishis, Ramachandra Prabhu stayed and realized all the Vedas, receiving all the revelations of Agamas and Vedas from Sadāshiva. Thus, both Agamic and Puranic references confirm that Adi Kailasa is the geography! Only the geography of Adi Kailasa in Ramanagara near Bengaluru matches both references. Sri Rama is a great Shiva bhakta, so He always stayed near Shivalayas to perform His Shiva puja regularly. That’s the reason He chose this place to stay. If we visit Ramanagara Hill, we will see seven huge rocks, representing the Sapta Rishis, and under each rock, there is a huge cave where that Rishi lived. It was the residence of those Rishis. All the Sapta Rishis lived here with the Sri Rama parivara and received all the Vedas and Agamas from Paramashiva.

THE SPH BHAGAVAN SRI NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM, is the incumbent head of the Kailasa Paramparagatha Suryavamsha Surangi Samrajya Sarvajnapeetham and the reviver of this grandest and most ancient lineage of Hindu DNA, dating directly back to Paramashiva in the form of Lord Surya. The Suryavamsha lineage, throughout time, has produced incarnations and magnificent rulers who have become the epitome of dharma in human form on planet Earth. These include the likes of Harishchandra, Bhagiratha, Buddha, Guru Gobind Singh, Raja Raja Chola, and none other than Sri Rama Chandra Prabhu.

THE SPH BHAGAVAN SRI NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM, is the rightful inheritor and ruler of this kingdom. Since then, the Supreme Pontiff has been working tirelessly to revive the glory of the Suryavamsha Surangi Samrajya Sarvajnapeetham as a powerful Hindu enlightenment ecosystem.


With the blessings of our beloved Bhagavan, THE SPH BHAGAVAN SRI NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM, the Ultimate Manifestation – Paramavatara of Paramashiva, and all the Gods and Goddesses of KAILASA, who are also gracing us today, let us now witness the grand Pattabhishekam – the crowning ceremony of Bhagavan Sri Rama Chandra Prabhu as the ruler of all the 14 lokas and the dawn of the era of dharmic civilization – Rama Rajya.

Rama – Grand Narrative of Hinduism

Sri Rama symbolizes the best in the Universe. Purushottama Sri Rama is a grand narrative of Hinduism. He has demonstrated all the great qualities, especially his tyaga (sacrifice) and powerfulness in the face of all situations.

The Puranic description of the entire chain of incarnations of Bhagavan Vishnu demonstrates the various ideals that need to be demonstrated during each situation. It was only by Rama’s time that human civilization had become a mainstream regular lifestyle. So, an ideal leader needs to demonstrate all the principles of coexistence. Someone has to have that kind of tyaga to demonstrate the power of values, giving courage and confidence to people on the power of dharma. However, Sri Rama’s was the most challenging. Remaining within the boundaries of the human frame, he had to demonstrate the grandeur of dharma. He has done something extraordinary. He continues to remain as the grand narrative of Indian civilization, the Hindu civilization, of Sanatana Hindu Dharma.

The way Sri Rama Chandra Prabhu conducted Himself is exemplary. We can’t say, “He was exiled.” During His vanavasa, His padukas ruled Ayodhya. When your padukas are on the throne of the kingdom, how can we say someone has been exiled? Even after His kingdom was taken from Him, His kingship was not removed. It was built from His powerful cognitions. He was king because of His powerful cognitions, not because of His external powers. The essence of Sri Rama’s message is, “Build your whole life on powerful cognitions constantly.” Build powerful cognitions about life, understandings about life. Your powerful cognitions act like a magnet and attract situations and persons of the same caliber into your life, manifesting the same caliber experiences. This is the essence of Sri Rama’s life, the core essence of Sanatana Hindu Dharma, and the grand narrative of Sanatana Hindu Dharma.


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