Vaikunta Vasal Darshan
BHAVA SAMADHI DARSHAN
Move Yourself to a New Level of Conscious Wealth Manifestation
Experience the Bhava Samadhi Darshan that showers you with wealth, abundance, and prosperity.
With The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism
His Divine Holiness
Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam
Jan 13th 2022
2:30am IST – Darshan
Do you want to effortlessly create wealth in your life?
Do you want to achieve your financial goals this year?
Do you want to manifest your desires into reality?
You are at the right place! This program is designed for you!
KAILASA’s Ananda Venkateshwara Darshan program is specially designed to:
Clear all obstacles and incompletions that block the manifestation of abundance
Remove all the fears that hinder financial growth
Receive initiation and mirror the neurons of Sri Ananda Venkateshwara manifesting through the living incarnation of Paramashiva, the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam
Who is Sri Ananda Venkateshwara?
Sri Ananda Venkateshwara is a benevolent deity who showers tremendous love on his devotees. He is a compassionate incarnation of Sri Mahavishnu.
Venkateshwara heals and blesses relationships to become more joyful and prosperous. He is Srinivasa the one who has “Sri” Devi Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity, within his chest. He is pleased when his devotees enrich and serve others.
He is unconditional love itself, and showers abundance of wealth and happiness on those who live in service of others.
रोगर्तो मुच्यते रोगाद् बद्दो मुच्यते बन्धनात् |
भयान् मुच्येत भीतस्तु मुच्येतापन्न आपदः || ८ ||
rogarto mucyate rogād baddo mucyate bandhanāt |
bhayān mucyeta bhītastu mucyetāpanna āpadaḥ || 8 ||
From the Vishnu Sahasranama, Phalashruti Verse 8
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Bhava Samadhi Darshan?
Bhava Samadhi Darshan is the Science of Manifesting The Divine. It is a direct experience of causeless bliss. To fulfil the longing of the devotees, an incarnation allows all the divine energies to manifest through His body. Various enlightened masters like Chiatanya, Sri Ramakrishna, Anandamoyee Ma have expressed bhaava darshan to guide people towards enlightenment. Bhava Samadhi Darshan is not an event in space and time. Rather, darshan happens at the moment when we are lifted out of space and time.
Bhagavan Krishna Describes Bhava Samadhi Darshan
परिकलित पुर्वौ कस् चमत्कर करि स्फुरति मम गरियन् एस मधुर्य पुरौ अयम् अहम् अपि हन्त प्रेक्स्य यम् लुब्ध चेतौ सरभसम् उपभोक्तुम् कमये रधिकेव ~ दर्पनद्ये देखि यदि अपन मधुरि; अस्वदिते लोभ होय् अस्वदिते नरि विचर कोरिये यदि अस्वद उपय; रधिक स्वरुप होइते तबे मोने धय
When Krishna once saw His own extraordinary sweetness reflected in a jewelled wall, He was amazed and said: “How unprecedented and astonishing is this deep and indescribable sweetness of Mine! Alas! When I see it, even I become greedy to enjoy its sweetness, just like Radhika! “When I see My own sweetness in the mirror, I become eager to taste it, but I can’t. After due consideration, I find that the only way to relish this sweetness is through the constitution of Sri Radhika.”
~ Chaitanya Caritamrta adi ch. 4
Benefits of attending Bhava Samadhi Darshan
Paramashiva states that ‘He created Himself as many to enjoy Himself.’ As the present living incarnation of Paramashiva, The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism has opened what was once an exclusive session , now made public to the world for the sole purpose of initiating whole of humanity at once, in large numbers into the state, space, powers, being and superconsciousness of Paramashiva through Hinduism’s most powerful process – Bhava Samadhi Darshan.
During Bhava Samadhi Darshan, as microcosm (Pindanda), we mirror the neurons of the macrocosm (Brahmanda) intensely. The inner potential energy (Kundalini) floods through the brain immensely. We know this to be the awakening of non mechanical parts of the brain or otherwise simply referred to as “whole brain awakening.” All simply through Darshan! Wow.
How to receive the most in Bhava Samadhi Darshan
- Gratitude to yourself for your existence on Planet Earth till today.
- Gratitude to your loved ones for having you and being with you through thick and thin.
- Gratitude to the world for all it has done for us – realised, unrealised.
- Gratitude to the moveable and immoveable objects/persons in your life.
If you are already connected to The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism as your Guru, gratitude towards the Guru during Bhava Samadhi Darshan is by mere remembrance!
If you are yet to be connected, worry not! With immense gratitude in that moment for everything in life, gratitude towards Paramashiva and the living incarnation of Paramashiva will be an added gift to your basket! Gratitude for the Guru is indeed blessing of janmas all together.
Offering of personal love to Venkateshwara with Naivedyam
What is Naivedyam
In Hinduism, a sacred meal (naivedyam) is a personal offering of every individual with their chosen deity (Ishta Devata). Devotees are encouraged to personally prepare organic sattvic vegetarian food items and offered to Bhagavan Kalabhairava manifesting through The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam.
Darshan is a superconscious atomic energy exploding at that time of Darshan. Auspiciousness in health mentally and physically, completion with karma related to wealth, abundance, prosperity, healing and fulfilling relationships are natural by product in the life of one who has received Darshan of the living incarnation of Paramashiva.
At the time of Darshan, the food offered as Naivedyam becomes sacred consecrated food (Prasadam). Hindu temples around the world are known for distributing only prasadam as part of their food bank not because of moral value , but the immense healing properties in the prasadam which will do collective good to mankind of the society, city and country who is consuming the prasadam.
Shrikailasa Uniting Nations for Nutritious Food and Hunger Free World, in collaboration with Shrikailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Sciences invite and encourage you to be part of KAILASA’s Nithyananda Annalaya (Food Bank) by sharing the prasadam offered to Bhagavan Kalabhairava today to people in your area. On behalf of KAILASA’s Department of Human Services, we thank you in advance for your contribution. We request you to please kindly fill this form (http://tiny.cc/fooddonation) which would enable us to mark your contribution as part of KAILASA’s History.
SAGE VAIKHANASA FORUMULATED NAIVEDYAM FOR LORD VENKATESWARA
According to legendary when Lord Vishnu decided to descend to Earth in Archa form as Lord Venkateswara, He commissioned Sage Vaikhanasa to prepare ancient religious texts called Agama Shastras.
Sage Vikhanasa forumulated Vaikhanasa Agama and prescribed the tenets which are being followed even today in all the major srivaishnavaite temples which includes types of “Naivedyam” also.
NAIVEDYAM RENDERED TO LORD AS PER AGAMA TENETS
The traditional process of offering Naivedyam to Lord Venkateswara is continued even today as per the tenets of Vaikhanasa Agama without any deviation.
After Mantrasanam(awakening lord by chanting mantras), the Snanasanam (the celestial bath) and Yatrasanam (conducting Durbar) are performed as part of the Archana in Tirumala temple every day. Now it is the time for offering food to the Lord and this ritual is called Bhojyasanam and the offering is called ‘Naivedyam’. The food offering is a process that is guided by strict procedures, preparations and timings.
Vaikhanasa Agama Shastra prescribes the vessels to cook are to be made of gold, silver, copper or earthen pots. The fire for cooking is to be brought from the Yagasala– the place where all the everyday fire rituals are performed within the temple. The fuel for the fire must come from a Mango tree or Ashwatha or Palasa.
After alankArAsanam, five upachArams are offered:
(2) Havis nivEdhanam
(3) Paaneyam to accompany the food presented
(4) Homam and
List of Naivedyam items offered to Lord Venkateshwara:
- Pongali: Sweet Rice
- Pulihora: Rice dresses with acid sauce of Tamarind
- Chakkera Pongali: A savoury mixture of rice, split pulse, spices and sugar
- Dadhyodanam: Pudding of curd, rice, spices with salt
- Ksheeraannam: Boiled milk rice with sugar
- Kadambam: Sambar Rice
- Mulahora: A preparation of rice
- Pongali: Pongal with moongdal with pepper powder and ghee
- Sira: Sweet made of wheat granules
- Kesari: Sweet rice with spices
- Laddus: Round Sweet balls made of bengal gram flour and sugar juice
- Vada: Cakes of green gram flour fried in oil
- Appams: Kind of sweet cake
- Tenetolalu (Sort of vermicelli)
- Poleelu: Sweet made of wheat, pulse and treacle
- Sukhiyalu and Guggillu
Offering of PANCHOPARA PUJA
Panchopachara Puja is the traditional Hindu ritual that is offered to welcome the Divine. The word, ‘Panchopachara’ is the conjunction of ‘pancha’ meaning five, and ‘upachara’ meaning offering. Here is the vidhi (procedure) of the Panchopachara Puja ritual:
Offering of Sandalwood paste || Gandhah||
Take the sandalwood paste in your hands and offer it to the Deity along with the mantra.
गंधद्वारां दु’राधर्षां नित्यपु’ष्टां करीषिणी”म् |
ईश्वरीगं’ सर्व’भूतानां तामिहोप’ह्वये श्रियम् ||
Om Gandha-Dwaram Duradharsham Nitya-Pushtam Karishinim।
Ishwarim Sarva-Bhutanam Tamihopahvaye Shriyam॥
Gandhaan Dharayaami ||
Offering of Pushpam (Fragrant flowers) || Pushpam||
Take some flowers smeared with sandalwood paste in your hands and offer the flowers to the Deity along with the mantra.
यो’ऽपां पुष्पं वेद’ पुष्प’वान् प्रजावा”न् पशुमान् भ’वति |
चन्द्रमा वा अपां पुष्पम्” | पुष्प’वान् प्रजावा”न् पशुमान् भ’वति |
य एवं वेद’ | योऽपामायत’नं वेद’ | आयतन’वान् भवति || पुष्पैः पूजयामि ||
Om yopam pushpam veda, pushpavan prajavAn pashuman bhavati |
chandrama-va-apam pushpaM, pushpavan prajavAn pashuman bhavati |
ya evam veda, yopamayatanam veda, ayatanam bhavati || Pushpaihi pujayami ||
Offering of Dhoopa (Incense Sticks) || Dhoopah||
Take the lit incense sticks in your hands and slowly wave towards the Deity along with the mantra and please ring the bell as you do so.
ॐ धू॒र्व’सि॑ धू॒र्व’ धू॒र्व॑’न्तं॒ । धू॒र्वतं यो”स्मान् धूर्व॑ति॒तम् । धू॑”र्वयं वयं धूर्वा॑’म॒स्त्वं । दे॒वाना॑मसि । सस्नि॑’तमं॒ पप्रि॑’तमं॒ जुष्ट’तमं वन्हि’तमं देवहू॒तमऽ मह्रतमसिर् । हवि॒र्धानं॒ हग्ंह’स्व॒ माह्वा॑”मित्रस्य॑’त्वा॒ चक्षु॑षा प्रेक्षे॒ माभेर्मा संविक्ता मात्वा॑”हिग्ं सिषं ॥ धूपमाघ्रापयामि ||
Oṃ dhūrva’si dhūrva’ dhūrva’ntaṃ । dhūrvataṃ yo”smān dhūrvatitam । dhū”rvayaṃ vayaṃ dhūrvā’mastvaṃ । devānāmasi । sasni’tamaṃ papri’tamaṃ juṣṭa’tamaṃ vanhi’tamaṃ devahūtama’ mahratamasir । havirdhānaṃ hagṃha’sva māhvā”mitrasya’tvā cakṣuṣā prekṣe mābhermā saṃviktā mātvā”higṃ siṣaṃ ॥ dhūpamāghrāpayāmi ||
Offering of Deepa (Lit Lamp) || Deepah||
Take the lit lamp in your hands and slowly wave towards the Deity along with the mantra and please ring the bell as you do so.
उदी”प्यस्व जातवेदो पग्नि न्निररि’तिं मम पसूगुश्च मह्यमावः जीवनं च दिशो’दिश | मानो’ हिग्ंसि जातवेदो गामश्वम पुरुषं जगत | अबिब्रदग्न आगहि श्रिया मा परिपातय || दीपं दर्शयामि ||
udī”pyasva jātavedo pagni nnirari’tiṃ mama pasūguśca mahyamāvaḥ jīvanaṃ ca diśo’diśa | māno’ higṃsi jātavedo gāmaśvama puruṣaṃ jagata | abibradagna āgahi śriyā mā paripātaya || dīpaṃ darśayāmi |
Offering of Naivedyam (Food Offering) || Naivedyam||
Take a uddharini of water and hover it clockwise over the Naivedyam and offer the water to the Deity along with the mantra. Please ring the bell as you do so.
ॐ मधु॒वाता॑ ॠताय॒ते मधु॑क्षरन्ति॒ सिन्ध॑वः । माध्वी॑॑र्नस्स॒न्त्वोष॑धी: । मधु॒ नक्त॑मु॒तोषसि॒ मधु॑म॒त्पार्थि॑व॒गं॒ रजः॑ । मधु॒द्यौर॑स्तु नः पि॒ता ।मधु॑मान्नो॒ वन॒स्पति॒र्मधु॑मगं अस्तु॒ सूर्यः॑ । माध्वी॒र्गावो॑ भवन्तु नः । मधु॒ मधु॒ मधु॑ ॥ नैवेद्यम् निवेदयामि ॥
oṃ madhuvātā ṝtāyate madhukṣaranti sindhavaḥ । mādhvīrnassantvoṣadhī: । madhu naktamutoṣasi madhumatpārthivagaṃ rajaḥ । madhudyaurastu naḥ pitā ।madhumānno vanaspatirmadhumagaṃ astu sūryaḥ । mādhvīrgāvo bhavantu naḥ । madhu madhu madhu ॥ Naivedyam Nivedayami ||
Offering of Aarati (Lit Camphor) || Aaratrikam||
Take the Arathi in your hands and slowly wave it toward the Deity along with the mantra and please ring the bell as you do so.
रा॒जा॒धि॒रा॒जाय॑ प्रसह्यसा॒हिने॑॑ । नमो॑ व॒यम् वैश्रव॒णाय॑ कुर्महे ।
स मे॒ कामा॒न् काम कामा॑य॒ मह्यम् । का॒मे॒श्व॒रो वैश्रव॒णो द॑दातु ।
कु॒बे॒राय॑ वैश्रव॒णाय॑ । म॒हा॒रा॒जाय॒ नमः॑ ||
कर्पूरगौरं करुणावतारं संसारसारम् भुजगेन्द्रहारम् ।
सदावसन्तं हृदयारविन्दे भवं भवानीसहितं नमामि ॥ कर्पूर नीराजनं दर्श्यामि ॥
rājādhirājāya prasahyasāhine । namo vayam vaiśravaṇāya kurmahe । sa me kāmān kāma kāmāya mahyam । kāmeśvaro vaiśravaṇo dadātu । kuberāya vaiśravaṇāya । mahārājāya namaḥ ॥karpūragauraṃ karuṇāvatāraṃ saṃsārasāram bhujagendrahāram । sadāvasantaṃ hṛdayāravinde bhavaṃ bhavānīsahitaṃ namāmi ॥ karpūra nīrājanaṃ darśyāmi ॥
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His Divine Holiness
Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam
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