Kailaasa Paramparagatha Agni Vamsa Pallava Sarvajnapeetham Samrajyam

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The Ancient Kingdom of India (Puducherry)

History of Kailaasa Paramparagatha Agni Vamsa Pallava Sarvajnapeetham Samrajyam

The Kailaasa Paramparagatha Agni Vamsa Pallava Sarvajnapeetham Samrajyam (spiritual and religious kingdom) in Puducherry was handed over to HDH in Jan 2007, ruling from Eambalam Aadheenam (temple-monastery). As revealed by HDH, it is a place where a two-thousand-year-old temple stood earlier. It was ruled by the Pallavas in the 4th century. (Refer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pondicherry) An enlightened being by name Karuvurar had originally created an energy field here by virtue of a Garbha planted forty to fifty feet beneath the ground. The energy field continues to exist as long as the Garbha is there. And the Garbha continues to exist even though the deity and the temple is removed! The Garbha is an energy battery made of solidified mercury mixed with other traditional herbs planted by enlightened beings before they install deities. 8 such Garbhas exist beneath the ground where stands the Eambalam Aadheenam.


It means that eight Garbha Mandirs (sanctum Sanctorum of a temple that house the deity) still exist beneath the ground. The land donor Sri Pandurangan handed over the sacred place to His Divine Holiness and adorned sanyas (joined the monastic order) initiated by His Divine Holiness on 14 August 2017 (seen in picture). HDH revived the Kailaasa Paramparagatha Agni Vamsa Pallava Sarvajnapeetham Samrajyam as an enlightenment ecosystem and henceforth it has been serving people with all components of an enlightenment ecosystem such as enlightened lifestyle, powerful spiritual initiations, free, healthy, sattvic food, authentic yoga, and meditation classes and more spiritual services.

Invasions of the Eambalam Kingdom

French Colonisation

Eambalam, now called Pondicherry, has a recorded history only from the time of European colonization. In 1674 the French East India Company set up a trading center at Pondicherry. This outpost eventually became the chief French settlement in India.

The French acquired Mahe (on theWest Coast of the Indian peninsula) in the 1720s, Yanam in 1731, and Karaikal in 1738 (both districts in Pondicherry). During the Anglo-French wars (1742–1763), Puducherry changed hands frequently. On January 16, 1761, the British captured Puducherry from the French, but the Treaty of Paris (1763) at the conclusion of the Seven Years' War returned it.


The siege of Pondicherry, 1760

The British took control of the area again in 1793 at the Siege of Pondicherry amid the Wars of the French Revolution, and returned it to France in 1814. When the British gained control of the whole of India in the late 1850s, they allowed the French to retain their settlements in the country. Pondicherry, Mahe, Yanam, Karaikal and Chandernagar remained a part of French India until 1954.

From the time India gained its independence from British rule in 1947, it raised the issue of the French settlements on the continent with the Government of France. It took seven years for Puducherry to effectively unite with independent India. Political agitation to achieve this goal began earlier.

In 1787 and 1791, farmers of Karaikal agitated against the heavy land tax imposed by the French. The rebellion of 1857 had an effect in the French settlements but it did not attract the attention of the rulers, as the incidents were few and considered as local. People employed legal means to fight against the French. In 1873, an advocate, Ponnuthammbi Pillai, convinced a Paris court of his cause. Student protests in 1927 and 1930 expressed their desire for an end of French oversight. Leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Bal Gangadhar Tilak visited Pondicherry and its other enclaves and addressed the meetings. In 1934, Swatantram, a monthly, was started by veteran independence activist and trade union leader V. Subbiah for the cause of workers and the country.

Police control, which warranted trade union unrest, further increased civilian agitation against the colonial government. In late 1930, grassroots organizations known as Mahayana sabhas were started in Pondicherry and Karaikal. These groups, along with trade unions, organized the Non-Cooperation Movement. During the Second World War, Puducherry supported France with men and material. Deaths among French-Indian soldiers caused unrest in the enclaves.

In 1946, the French India Congress was formed with the objective of integrating the French possessions with India.

29 June 2014 - Pondicherry Embalam Aadheenam inauguration

People of the Kingdom of Pondicherry gathered in large numbers to have the Darshan of His Divine Holiness, welcoming Him with an offering of 1008 Poorna Kumbhas, which is the highest honor given to royalty. An elaborate procession, with a variety of musical instruments and performers, received His Divine Holiness and accompanied Him to the different venues where He Himself performed most of the sacred rituals:

  • Prana Prathista (consecration) of the deity of Lord Muruga
  • Inauguration of the Embalam Ashram
  • Inauguration of Sri Nithyanandeshwara Temple in Embalam
  • Kumbhabishekam was performed at the Nithyanandeshwara Temple
  • 108 Vilakku Puja
  • Prana Prathishta of the Spatika Lingam
  • 108 Rudra Homa
  • Maha Satsang in Tamil


His Divine Holiness enters the city amidst a huge celebration in His honor.



(above) After The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism hoists the traditional flag, He blesses all the devotees as He moves through the crowd to perform pranaprathista (consecration) to Lord Vinayaka, Devi and Lord Murugan (below).



Inauguration of Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam in Embalam


The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism enters the Sri Nithyanandeshwarar Temple in the Eambalam Aadheenam


His Holiness performs the Kumbhabhishekam (consecratory bath) at the Sri Nithyanandeshwarar Temple



His Holiness is honored by Pondicherry Minister P. Raja Velu


The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism himself performs rituals, offers worship and welcomes the deities


108 Vilakku puja - Sacred lamp offering to the Divine Mother




Mass Rudra homa (fire ritual) for spreading positive vibrations

image17.jpg Rewrite Your Future - Tamil Satsang by The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism

References This table contains links to documentaries, movies and television serials that have been produced (in multiple languages) by various production houses, on the illustrious personalities mentioned in the divine lineage of this Kingdom. These videos give an educative deeper insight into the lives of these divine personalities.

Kailasa Paramparagatha Agni Vamsa Sarvajnapeetha Pallava Samrajyam

Paramashiva https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zztzKqHb66c Tamil Movie Thiruvilayadal Tamil Devotional Movie
Paramashiva https://www.hotstar.com/tv/mahadev/s-4 Hindi Serial Devon Ke Dev.. Mahadev
Paramashiva https://epicon.epicchannel.com/tv-shows/devlok-with-devdutt-pattanaik/season-1/s1-e4-shiva English Documentary Devlok With Devdutt Pattnaik
Paramashiva https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ni7rBN_hTs Hindi Movie Shiva Mahima Full Hindi Movie I T-Series Bhakti Sagar


http://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1E6hQzGUhTM3z2q30jbU3ks6ljVUBQXQH http://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1hbNiXdvJOYkbU8CVKxxDZJnknvzC9j0B http://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1P6xfCHC2Gn4-qdb6YSzLc4CLYvXG5sb6 http://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1KdXVYqKlQDlH05eniCPSBB4Ygv0P_HWA http://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1AYWtl7Y4DrAJr9-1cV6j5j5EpJvcIV9P