KAILASA’s Nithyananda Annalaya
Revival of the Hindu Science of Food and Nutrition by the present living incarnation of Paramashiva, The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam
Tiruvannamalai - Pournami Annadaan
Sadhus, Devotees and tourists lined up at the dining hall at Arunachala Sarvajnapeetam during Paurnami- full moon day, an auspicious occasion when thousands visit Tiruvannamalai to perform the circumambulation of Arunachala- the sacred hill.
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Bhagashastra, the ancient Hindu cook book revealed directly by Paramashiva(the embodiment of Superconsciousness) to his divine consort Parashakti, with detailed instructions on all aspects of cooking food- growing the crop, storage, food preparation and serving. This Hindu Science of food and nutririon is designed specifically to support one’s superconscious breakthrough. KAILASA not just preserves but brings this science back as a lifestyle for enlightened living.
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It is an age old dish and is often served in temples as a prasadaIntroduction About this RecipeAlso called Puliyodharai (Tamil), Puliyogare (Kannada) Tamarind rice is a healthy and popular dish prepared on auspicious occasions such as Ganesh Chaturthi and Diwali. It...
IndexSPH on Gomata Gomata in Vedic Tradition Kamadhenu - Gift from Samudra Manthan Panchagavya - By-products that Nourish and Heal Gomata - By-products in Ayurveda & Fire Rituals The Humble Gomutra Precious Gomaya Honoured in Hinduism Gau Puja @ Aadi Kailaasa,...
Laddus are an integral part of festive or religious offerings made to deities during Hindu festivals. Introduction About this RecipeLaddu or ladoo is derived from the Sanskrit word “laduka” and is one of the most ancient and widely known sweets of the Indian...