KAILASA Celebrates the Eighth Day of the Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Brahmotsavam with Grand Rituals

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October 24, 2023 – KAILASA Celebrates the Eighth Day of the Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Brahmotsavam with Grand Rituals

On this eighth day of the Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Brahmotsavam, KAILASA joyfully shares the essence of the grand rituals and ceremonies that unfolded.

The Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Brahmotsavam, replicating the ancient Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam of KAILASA’s Arunachaleshwara temple in Tiruvannamalai, stands as one of KAILASA’s main festivals—an unbroken tradition among the world’s most ancient religious celebrations.

In various countries around the world, KAILASA’s global temples joined hands to perform today’s rituals and ceremonies. Abhishekam, Alankaram, Deeparathana, and two Yagashala Pujas were duly performed in accordance with the age-old tradition of KAILASA’s Arunachaleshwara temple in Tiruvannamalai. The ceremonies of the day were also marked by the Bhikshandavar Utsavam – a traditional festival in honor of one of Paramashiva’s great manifestations. As the Brahmotsavam continues, KAILASA Tiruvannamalai also continues to provide free medicinal food in Sri Nithyananda Jenmabhoomi, the parental home and birthplace of the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism.

Supervised by the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, the day’s rituals were broadcast live on over 534 social media handles and web televisions worldwide.

KAILASA extends a warm invitation to everyone to tune in to its various social media platforms throughout the day, witnessing the sacred events of this festival and receiving the divine blessings of Bhagavan Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva.

Press Contact: Press Office of the Holy See of Hinduism

Email: contact@kailaasa.org

For More Information on KAILASA: https://kailaasa.org/

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