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 Vedānta Guru gave Him this Conch.

On this conch, Kuppammal’s Guru Isakki Swamigal had personally applied beeswax. I have seen it. This was his conch that he used to blow. He had handed it over to Kuppammal to symbolise her disciplehood with him. Their’s was a single guru-single single-disciple tradition. She was his single disciple and she took me as her single disciple.

– HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam


The Avatār’s Vedānta Guru Mātā Vibhutānandapuri (also called Mātāji Kuppammāl) gifted Him this conch. 

The conch is also used as a begging bowl in Hindu Tradition by sādhus (ascetics). Food is received in it. When you live as a sādhu, sanyāsi, the Cosmos provides you what you need for the moment through the appropriate people. So ‘begging’ here is referred in this context. 

When the conch is handed over by the Guru to the disciple in the lineage, it indicates official disciplehood for the latter. 

Due to often blowing it, the wax had become distorted, so he asked Kuppammal what to do, and she removed her silver toe ring and gave it. He placed it on the mouth of the conch and it became firm to blow without disturbing the wax.


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