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Agni Nakshatram Mahabhishekam with 108 energized Kalashas

Experience the transformative power of the Agni Nakshatram at KAILASA Los Angeles, a replica of Tiruvannamalai, the birthplace of Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam. Cool down the intense energy of this powerful nakshatra with the ancient science of placing a Dhara Patram

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Time & Location

May 28, 2023, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Montclair, 9720 Central Ave, Montclair, CA 91763, USA

About the event

KAILASA Los Angeles, California USA, is a powerful kshetra installed by the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam to be the Paschima Arunachala, literally a replica of the cosmological signature of His very birthplace Tiruvannamali, Arunachala. It is here where many devotees have experienced during the Agni Nakshatram, the transformation in the physical environment that Paramashiva promises when we place a Dhara Patram, a cooling pot pouring cool water onto the head of the Paramashiva Linga.

Agni Nakshatram, also known as Krittika Nakshatra, is a prominent and powerful nakshatra in Hindu Cosmology. It is associated with the element of fire and is ruled by the celestial body Graha - Surya or our Sun.

Agni Nakshatram brings intense energy and heat, both physically and mentally. It is said to be a time of purification and transformation, as the fire element burns away sufferings and negativity, allowing for healing and rejuvenation to happen in one’s life. When the intense energy that manifests, especially when it combines with the peak summer heat, we will experience extreme heat in our bodies and in the environment.  The Science that Paramashiva gives in the Kamika Agamas is the placing of the Sheetha Kumbha or Dhara Pataram the cooling water pot that drips cooling waters onto the Paramashiva Lingas in temples. Pouring water from a Dhara Patram or a Sheeta Kumbha on the Paramashiva Linga installed in the temple during this time is believed to cool down the atmosphere and mitigate the effects of the heat of summer.

Throughout the period of Agni Nakshatram which is about 28 days, the Dhara Patram continuously pours water onto the head of Paramashiva. Cooling Paramashivas physical body is cooling his divya sharira itself which includes his very breathing space.

The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism says that the breathing space of a Deity can expand to kilometers around it. Hence when the deity's body cools everything in His vicinity, everything in his breathing space in his divya sharira also cools down. We experience the cool down of our inner chatter, and a deep sense of serenity and tranquility in our mind, body and consciousness.

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Research done on Dhara Patrams

One such study was conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, where researchers measured the temperature and humidity levels in a temple with and without the use of Dhara Patrams.

The study found that the use of Dhara Patrams with water reduced the temperature by up to 5 degrees Celsius and the humidity by up to 15 percent.

Offer the Mahabishekam to Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Lingam

On the final day of the Agni Nakshatram a grand finale Mahabishekam, grand bathing ceremony is offered to the Paramashiva Linga, in KAILASA’s Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Devalayas Mahabhishekam will be offered to all the Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Lingas.

Mahabhishekam to Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Linga is a powerful and transformative ritual that brings numerous benefits to your life. By offering abhishekam, we can complete our unfulfilled actions and rejuvenate your inner space, finding serenity and healing.

In addition, abhishekam empowers one to ward off negative influences in one’s life, clearing the path for success and prosperity. The mirroring of neurons that happens when we witness the divine bath of Paramashiva will refine your consciousness,  washing away bondage to desires and incompletions, and providing a fresh start for any path you wish to venture.

Furthermore, the ritual is believed to grant blessings from Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva, who is a living deity in the KAILASA ambiance, helping to manifest your desires and wishes. By performing this sacred offering, you can cultivate a deeper connection with the divine and oneness with Paramashiva.

This is an opportunity to experience the power and grace of Paramashiva and to receive his blessings for a fulfilling life. By participating in the abhishekam, you can strengthen your spiritual center in your life and manifest all the powers of Paramshiva.

During this ceremony, 108 Kalashas or pots filled with water are energized in the Homa and then used for abhishekam

Join us in offering abhishekam to Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Mulavar and experience the transformative power of this ancient ritual.

Offer Alankara Seva to Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva

Mulavar Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva is a powerful manifestation of Paramashiva who graces in our lives as an archavathara becomes the very core and center of our worship and lives. He is the nishkala sakala the embodiment of the unmanifest and manifest, that is which is the primordial God in Hinduism. In the Arunachaleshwara Temple, the powerful Arunachaleshwara Linga, is grandly decorated with cooling flower garlands, which are colorfully vibrant, and aromatically pleasant.

Offer the flower garlands to Paramashiva, this offering is one of the most favorite among the Shiva Bhaktas, like Nandanar and others, who live Enlightened lives simply tying garlands for Paramashiva in their temples.

Tickets

  • Grand Sponsor

    $1,008.00
  • Abhishekam

    $501.00
  • Garland Sponsor

    $108.00
  • Anna Dhaan Donation

    $108.00
  • Alankara Sponsor

    $108.00
  • Archana

    $21.00
  • Visitor - RSVP

    $0.00

Total

$0.00

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