1980 - Rudraksha Mala Chosen by SPH at the age of 2
|Archives of Sovereign Details|
|Origin of Item||Pushpa Samadhi|
|Age of SPH||2|
|AssociatedGuru||Mata Vibhutananda Puri, Yogananda Puri|
|Location||Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, South India|
|Role in the Revival of KAILASA||Passing the traditional test put in place by His (SPH) Gurus, to confirm the incarnation of Paramashiva in Him|
|Associated Kingdom||Kailasa Paramparagatha Arunagiri Yogishwara Adi Arunachala Sarvajnapeetha|
Mata Vibhutananda Puri placed a Rudraksha mala, a sacred energized bead, among a box of jewels that belonged to His grandfather's sister, Dhanakoti Ammal. The box was placed in front of The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) with dazzling pearls, diamonds and precious stones that could capture the eyes of a human child. But the eyes and hands of SPH were only attracted to the single string of rudraksha beads which He pulled out from beneath precious jewels.
As He sweetly placed His mouth on the rudraksha beads, His lotus shaped eyes playfully shone as if to mock their test of Paramashiva, whose very bliss tears is the sacred rudraksh from yore.
To all His Gurus, who were overjoyed with the awareness that they were in the presence of Paramashiva indeed, He had established Himself as Rudraksha-priya, Paramashiva who is the lover of Rudrakshas.