Year 1993 His Divine Holiness At Age 15

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Textbook used by His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam (HDH) during fourth semester of Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at the Rajagopal Polytechnic in Gudiyatham. It was for the subject: Electrical and Electronics Engineering.


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HDH used this zipped folder on the second year of polytechnic studies to keep His notes or books.

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This is the calculator used by HDH during His polytechnic years.

You can see a sticker of Lord Arunachaleshwara on it. Anything I used would have such pictures. These were symbols I could not live without. When I was using outer worldly things like this calculator, these symbols would constantly remind me of the Divine inside!


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Passport picture taken during the year HDH entered polytechnic.

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HDH used to frequent this rock by the waterfall on the Arunachala Hill which one can find on the way to Skandashram. He used to spend hours in meditation on this spot.


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This was taken during the NSS Camp, around 5km away from polytechnic during the second year. HDH can be seen in the second row from top, the last person on right with His forehead smeared with sacred ash.


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2 June : I am seen behind a great enlightened being Yogi Ramsuratkumar (bearded Saint in the center) in Tiruvannamalai. This was taken in Oya mutt in Tiruvoodal street when I was 15 years old.

It is the sacred thread ceremony of our family friend's son. The father was Balakumar, a popular Tamil writer very close to my mother's younger brother Venugopal. He was a devotee of Sri Yogi Ramsuratkumar. So they came from Chennai to celebrate this function here.

You can see me intensely watching him. He was a great source of inspiration in my life. I spent several years around him.

He used to be near the thermutti (where the temple chariot was parked). Or he would be seated on a specific tomb in the graveyard! He never spoke much. He is one of the greatest beings I have seen in my life and is my predecessor in the unbroken lineage of

the great beings who incarnated in Tiruvannamalai.


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