The Sovereign Archives
The Sovereign Archives are the sacred and divine artifacts from the life of His Divine Holiness Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam, collected with great reverence in order to be preserved for thousands of years to come. The archives is a large collection of physical artifacts, photographs, and documents from His life, recording the divine interactions, miracles and many blessings that He bestowed. Each artifact tells us the story of The Avatar and inundates us by the lifetime of hard work, sincerity and dedication that He has demonstrated for His mission of bringing a Superconscious Breakthrough to humanity and reviving ShriKailasa.
This online portal is a gallery of the available archives with us currently. As there is a large collection already available, we are continuing to upload and display all the archives.
1994|The Avatār’s Diary papers – 15th & 16th of July
“These are diary papers written by Me, revealing deep self-introspection.
The sequence that led to this writings is as follows:
I used to regularly meet a Siddha, an eighty-year-old man with mystical powers, who used to sit in a small mandapam – 4-pillared roof – on the Arunācala mountain path in Tiruvannamalai.
That was also the time I internalized a number of tantric techniques from Narayanasamy Thatha, and I was indulging in its play heartily.
This Siddha admonished Me and kicked Me for My indulgence. He said I was prostituting myself, and that I should give up all these practices since they were stalling my spiritual growth. He compared me to Pattinatthar, a famous Tamil personality, who lusted after women despite his spiritual inclinations.
I then threw away all the mantras I had written down and the talismans given by Narayanasamy Thatha, and dedicated Myself to meditation.“
– HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam
15 July 1994:
I opened up the talisman given by K.S. Narayanasamy Thatha, read the papers, tore them up, and threw it in the well and in the garbage pile.
16 July 1994:
Today is the auspicious day when Brahmasukhi was beaten by a man, reformed and attained complete wisdom, just like how Saint Pattinatthar attained complete wisdom through the blows of a woman! After an hour and a half of meditation, mind became intensely focussed.
(Brahmasukhi was the title given to me by Kuppammal in her letter of initiation.)