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Sri Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Linga

Sri Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Linga is the presiding deity of Nithyanandeshwara Hindu Temple, LA.  He is a Shiva Linga, an exact replica of the Shiva Linga in the Sri Arunachaleshwara Temple in Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, India.  

Measuring 4 ft in height by 4 ft in width, this is the largest Shiva Linga in North America, and was carved by HDH SPH JGM Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam himself.   The Shiva Linga represents the cosmic consciousness ParamaShiva in the form of a light shaft with no beginning and with no end.  It is the formless form of ParamaShiva from which all other forms emerge from.

Sri Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Linga is 'swayambhu', a Sanskrit word meaning 'self-manifested', 'self-existing', or 'that is created by its own accord'.  Click here to offer archana, puja, abhishekam or other offerings of gratitude to him.

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Sri Nithyanandeshwara Sadashiva and Sri Nithyanandeshwari Parashakti - always regarded together as one deity - are Shiva and Shakti respectively.   Shakti is depicted as sitting on Shiva's lap at the moment he is revealing the secret of enlightenment to her, with his arm around her waist, in a sculptural rendering of a scene from the Vignana Bhairava Tantra. 

They weigh over 5 tonnes, measure 7 ft in height and more than 5 ft in width and are made of 'panchaloha', an alloy of 5 sacred metals.  This particular set of deities traveled all over India, blessing millions with their love, before making Los Angeles their permanent home, where they will radiate love, compassion and bliss to all, as well as giving all of humanity a superconscious breakthrough.  

HDH SPH JGM Bhagavan Nithyananada Paramashivam has said that anyone who touches or offers abhishekam to these deities will be blessed to radiate powers of the 3rd eye and with superconscious breakthrough.

Click here to offer archana, puja, abhishekam or other offerings of gratitude to them.

Sri Nithyanandeshwara Sadashiva &
Sri Nithyanandeshwari Parashakti
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Sri Ananda Venkateshwara

Sri Ananda Venkateshwara is the Hindu God of wealth, devotion and blissful relationships.  His celestial abode is Vaikunta, a divine, imperishable realm.  He holds Sri Mahalakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of abundance, health and blissful relationships, in his heart. 

He is worshipped by millions of devotees every year in India at the Thirumala Thirupathi temple, where he showers seekers with blessings and boons.

HDH SPH JGM Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam himself carved the face of this particular Venkateshwara.  Standing at 10 ft in height, this is the largest Venkateshwara deity in the US. 

Click here to offer archana, puja, abhishekam or other offerings of gratitude to him.

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Sri Kalabhairava

Sr Kalabhairava is the Lord of time and integrity.  He holds the key to cosmic archives - the Akashic Records which contain the past, present and future.  He is the source of the causal body, the source from which rejuvenation for manifestation happens. 

As a ferocious but compassionate form of Paramashiva, he removes all our incompletions and non-integrity, and rejuvenates us as powerful new beings.  He stands guard at the door to the temple.

Click here to offer archana, puja, abhishekam or other offerings of gratitude to him.