Year 1988 His Divine Holiness At Age 10

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Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the human form thousands of years ago, and who assumed the form of a Sanyāsi and befriended His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam (HDH) as His Guru in our times (1988-89). What unfolded, is the gift to humanity of the ideal 'Guru and Disciple' relationship, where the Guru - Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara - is the embodiment of Paramaśiva, and the disciple - HDH - is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva. Through the Happening of His beloved Guru, HDH recreates the magical experience of the Guru-disciple relationship for millions of His own disciples, kindling in them the yearning to discover the same sweet space of disciple-hood, and the bliss of Advaita - Oneness. The darshan (Divine physical presence) of Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara, and the nine-and-a-half-month period during the life of HDH, is the pivotal period during the childhood years of HDH.

This small ornate metal container was one of the items materialized by Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara and gifted to The young Avatār. The Avatār would store the sacred 'jnānānjana' of Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara in this.

Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the form of a Sanyasi and befriended The young Avatar as His Guru, in the unique Happening of 'Guru and Disciple' where the Guru is the embodiment of Paramaśiva and the disciple is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva!

jnānānjana is the black soot collected out of a ghee lamp fuelled by pure organic cow ghee, whose flame is energised by the Third Eye of a Superconscious being, in this instance Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara. The soot is mixed with pure ghee and stored. It is then used everyday to smear and energise one's own Third Eye located between the two eyebrows. The Third Eye is an important energy center which can be awakened by the sacred jnānānjana to facilitate one to radiate Superconscious powers.

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The young Avatār had these wooden sandals specially made when He was 10 years old. He took it to Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara to energise them. Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the form of a young Sanyasi (ascetic) and befriended The young Avatār as His Guru, in the unique Happening of 'Guru and Disciple' where the Guru is the embodiment of Paramaśiva and the disciple is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva! The relationship lasted nine months. Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara wore these sandals during that period of time. His feet imprint can be seen on the sandals till date (visible in the picture). Today, these sandals are preserved safely in the biography archives collection of the Mission.



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Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara materialised and gifted The Young Avatār this stone Yoni (The base of a Shiva Linga) to house His Ātmalinga (Shiva Linga initiated and given by one's Guru, that is worn on the body continuously except while offering pūja to it).

Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the form of a Sanyasi and befriended The young Avatār as His Guru, in the unique Happening of 'Guru and Disciple' where the Guru is the embodiment of Paramaśiva and the disciple is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva!



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This very rare photograph of The young Avatār at around the age of 10, was discovered in Tiruvannamalai by the biography team, with a veteran photographer of the temple town.

In this photograph, The Avatār is seen at Pavala Kundru, where He practically spent most part of His childhood. It is also the place where He had the enlightenment experience between the age of 11 and 12. And it is the place where His Vedānta and Tantra Guru Mata Vibhutānanda Puri built the first Aadheenam (monastery) for Him, recognising Him as a spiritual leader who was going to transform the lives of millions. The building she built can be seen in the picture behind Him as a small narrow unfinished strip in front of the temple-like structure.

Here, The Avatār is wearing the saffron robe of initiation into sanyas (monkhood), given to Him by Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara, the embodiment of Paramaśiva, who took the human form of an ascetic, and played the role of His Guru for a period of nine and a half months in the physical plane.



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Behind the main sanctum sanctorum in the Arunācaleśvara temple in Tiruvannamalai, this 4-pillared structure can be seen, with a small two-pillared structure in its front face as can be seen here. The darkness inside this smaller structure gives it a cave-like appearance. Under this is the jīva samadhi (final resting place) of Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara.

It is seen emerging from inside this small structure that The young Avatār had the darśan of Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara as a sanyāsi (ascetic), walking out for the first time.

Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the form of a Sanyasi and befriended The young Avatār as His Guru, in the unique Happening of 'Guru and Disciple' where the Guru is the embodiment of Paramaśiva and the disciple is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva!



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Ochre robe of initiation given by Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara to The young Avatar when He was barely 12.

Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the form of a Sanyasi and befriended The young Avatar as His Guru, in the unique Happening of 'Guru and Disciple' where the Guru is the embodiment of Paramaśiva and the disciple is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva!

This ochre robe is the robe of initiation Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara wrapped around The young Avatār initiating Him into Sanyās (monkhood). The initiation happened under a metaphysical Banyan tree which Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara led The young Avatar to. This is one of two objects that has come from the metaphysical plane to the physical plane as evidence for what happened in the metaphysical place. The other object is a porridge bowl given by Sri Rama to Sri Ramakrishna (a great Hindu incarnation) through an intense spiritual experience.



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This is the 'vibhooti pai' - 'holy ash bag' that Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara (embodiment of Paramaśiva - the primordial Hindu Divinity and Guru of The Avatar) gifted The young Avatar during their nine-month relationship when he assumed human form and befriended The young Avatār as His Guru.

The Avatār carried this bag throughout His days of spiritual wandering across the span of India till the year 2000. Today, this bag is part of the biography archives collection. It still has in it holy ash that He used at that time.



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This is a page from a book titled 'Arunachala from Rig Veda Ramana', by A.R. Natarajan, published by Ramanasramam in Tiruvannamalai. It refers to a metaphysical Banyan tree in Tiruvannamalai and describes an incident in the life of Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi (The Avatar's predecessor in Tiruvannamalai) similar to what happened to The young Avatār during His nine-months with Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara. The metaphysical Banyan spoken is the same tree that The Avatar was taken to by Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara, under which He was initiated into the ochre robe (Sanyās) by him.



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Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara is the embodiment of Paramaśiva (the primordial Hindu Divinity) who assumed the form of a Sanyasi and befriended The young Avatār as His Guru, in the unique Happening of 'Guru and Disciple' where the Guru is the embodiment of Paramaśiva and the disciple is the current incarnation of Paramaśiva!

This is the view from inside the Arunācaleśvara temple, of the Arunācala Mountain on the left, Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara's jīva samādhi mandapam in front and the main sanctum of the temple on the right.

Aruṇagiri Yogīśvara while sitting with the Avatār on the steps (from where this wide angle view can be seen), demonstrated Advaita (Oneness) by merging the mountain, the samadhi and the temple sanctum just by waving his hand, and waved them back to their original locations.



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