REVIVAL OF THE KAILASA TRADITION (KAILASA Parampara)
The vision of KAILASA is to unite all countries in serving the world with the wisdom of the science of Enlightenment, which is the mastery key in solving various problems facing the world. Towards this goal we are establishing many causes, like eradification of hunger, gender equality, and protection of indigenous nations for example.
Many such worthy causes can all benefit from an ENLIGHTENED approach to problem solving based on ONENESS (also known as ADVAITA), which differs from earlier DUALITY or DIVIDE and RULE approaches. For example, promoting gender equality by mandating quota for women, or solving the problem of violence and war by drawing political boundaries are all division based approaches. KAILASA is unique in qualities of ONENESS based approaches in problem solving. KAILASA aims to unite all countries in the united goal of solving the world’s problems. KAILASA the NATION is a REVIVAL of the tradition of solving all problems based on ONENESS as revealed and practiced in the tradition of KAILASA (the abode of Paramashiva).
The KAILASA Tradition was brought to Earth (Bhuloka) by Parashakti, wife of Paramashiva, who is the personification of the Divine Feminine Consciousness. Parashakti came from KAILASA (the holy abode of Paramashiva) to the holy ancient city of Kanchipuram, and established a Shiva Linga to worship Paramashiva. This location became the Ekambareshwara Temple, around which the Thondaimandala Aadheenam was established. Since it was established by Parashakti herself, in the tradition (“parampara”) of KAILASA as the seat of knowledge (“sarvajna peetha”), the Aadheenam is called KAILASA Paramparagatha Kanchi Sarvajna Peetha.
Thousands of years later, in the year 1988, at the tender age of 10, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam was appointed as the 233rd Pontiff (“Guru Maha Sannidhanam”) of KAILASA Paramparagatha Kanchi Sarvajna Peetha by the 232nd Guru Maha Sannidhaanam Sri Sri Tiruvalamba Desika Gnanaprakasha Swamigal. His Holiness Guru Maha Sannidhaanam Sri Sri Tiruvalamba Desika Gnanaprakasha Swamigal was also present in 2001 on April 14th at Avathipalayam when His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam established his very first non-profit organization and trust named “Ramakrishna Dhyanapeetam” as a young 22 year old, thus continuing the revival of the KAILASA Parampara.
Parashakti, after establishing the Shiva Linga in Kanchipuram desired to merge into Paramashiva and become a part of him. Paramashiva guided her to go to Tiruvannamalai and meditate under the vanni (also translated as “fire” or “hot”) corner under a vanni tree. The vanni tree is one of the hottest trees with the ability to survive in arid environments and absorbing ground water all around it. It is also a living symbol of Paramashiva when he took the form of the infinite pillar of light in Tiruvannamalai. When Parashakti meditated under the tree she attained Oneness with Paramashiva.
In this holy land of Tiruvannamalai His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam was born in 1978, an incarnation of Paramashiva, with the intention of reviving the KAILASA Parampara as KAILASA Nation.
The Tiruvannamalai Aadheenam in the South-east corner (also called the vanni corner) there sits a vanni tree, as prophesized by Paramashiva – the vanni tree under which Parashakti prayed for Oneness with Paramashiva
His Divine Holiness, in many ways, represents the KAILASA Parampara, and has revived this tradition as the Nation of KAILASA.