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Subscribers are free to download, use it to gain meaningful knowledge and also Agama Sastra, Religion, Philosophy, Sanskrit and other languages, History. Image of Kamika Agama Purva Pada. You can view First section of the Kamika Agama, a principle Saiva Agama. Kamika is a to Download Free EBook. PDF. Essays in Life and Eternity - A minencyclopedic treatise which deals with an indepth analysis relating to human life.

Those Beings who are in deep communion with Siva as Ishvara who are called Isvara, but are not the highest form of Ishvara. Siva as the perfect, disciplined yogi, Master of the path of supreme yoga. After binding souls in maya to experience their karmic fruits, Bhagavan releases them through initiation. He scatters abundantly the bhogas objects of enjoyment for the sake of bound souls. It is only through traversing the experiences afforded by the bhogas that the soul can eventually become free from the bondage of karma.

The protector of all souls which take refuge in Him.

Provider of shelter and protection, relieving the fear born of transmigratory phenomenon. Siva assumes various forms according to His own disposition in any given context bhava , while He also assumes forms as conceived by yogis and devotees udbhava. The Lord of supreme consciousness grants all embodied souls total liberation from the repeating phenomenon of birth and death.

In this liberated state, they enjoy infinite, incomparable bliss that is unknown to the mundane world. Brahma Vishnu Rudra Para.

Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra are respectively responsible for the creation, maintenance and reabsorption of all the worlds. Superior to them is Paramasiva, their guiding Lord. Anarchita Anarchita.

He is within all subtle things. In all that changes, He is present within those changes without losing His immutability.

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He is present within all that is concealed. He is within all that is incomprehensible and inconceivable.

He remains reachable exclusively to all those who have gained perfection through the path of wisdom. Because of these characteristics, the Lord of Consciousness remains unreachable through exterior worship alone anarchita. Asamstuta Asamstuta. By remaining unseen by Brahma and other Gods in His essential state, there is no hymn in praise of His essence, for it is beyond the grasp of word and mind. He who is eternally established in the supreme space of consciousness, the originating source for all meditation and worship.

He directly sees the positive and negative actions of all embodied souls, for all eyes are His eyes and He sees everywhere. Turu turu. The Supreme Lord of all the Gods grants the state of oneness in identity between Himself and the competent Sadhaka quickly and without hesitation. He grants this exalted state through proper initiations. Turu, turu refers to the quickness of time in which this supreme state is granted.

Patanga Patanga. Pinga Pinga. Those who know well the mantras and the Agamas state that the nucleus within the cosmic luminosity is denoted by the term pinga.

Since Siva is identical with this core substance, He is praised as Pinga Pinga. Supreme knowledge is that which leads to the essential state of Sivaness. This knowledge is of two kinds, para and apara.

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It is not explained in scriptures other than the Agamas. It remains untold because of its incomprehensible, subtle and vast nature. It is all-inclusive, extending in and through all systems of thought. The master of the transcendental sound which is subtle and inaudible to the ears. This sound is related to a deeper understanding of letters and to the rules of conjunction and separation of words.

This term in praise of Paramasiva denotes subtle form which cannot be conceived by the mind. He is described as the knower of all, superior to all other Deities, the absolute controller of all, doer of all, absolutely independent. He resides within the heart of all souls, the performer of cosmic functions such as creation and maintenance for the benefit of all beings.

He is with unsullied purity and everlasting bliss. He is supreme. The term sarva denotes perfect wholeness in which all things exist in their totality. They took 2, photos daily and completed the collection save heavily damaged bundles on January 1, Altogether, they took , photographs.

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These have been assembled into PDF files, one for each bundle, and will soon be available for download on the Institute's website. This is possibly the first of India's ancient manuscript collections to be entirely digitized.

Until now, anyone wishing to view a bundle had to go to Pondicherry and physically inspect it. If he wanted a copy, he had to make it by hand, perhaps damaging the brittle leaves in the process. Such obstacles impeded the study of the Agamas, and only a few have been put into print most in Sanskrit, with no translation.

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Now, further deterioration is no longer an issue and anyone in the world can download a manuscript in minutes. The Aadheenam's long-term plan is to create a collection of excerpts from the Saiva Agamas, translated into English, on key concepts of Saiva Siddhanta, such as the inner meaning of temple worship and the function of the guru. Now, only succinct summaries of Vedanta philosophy, such as from the Upanishads, exist in many languages.

The scriptural basis of other aspects of Hinduism, as found in the Agamas, should be equally available. Ganesan, Acharya Arumuganathaswami, Dr. Sabharathanam and Dr. Abhiramasundaram at the French Institute of Pondicherry, December Having photographed a million palm leaves recording hundreds of scriptures in a dozen languages produced over the last several centuries, what do we do with them?

Kauai Aadheenam's interest from the outset has been the Saiva Agamas, the 28 principal Agamas and subsidiary ones, most of which are present in the French Institute's collection in Pondicherry, South India. They cover a vast range of information: temple construction and worship; town planning and house construction; how to die in a high state of consciousness; personal worship and observances; meditation and God Realization.

Consider leaf of bundle RE, below, verses 13 to 16 of Sarvajnanottara Agama, Chapter 2: "Siva is different from me.

Actually, I am different from Siva. With one-pointed meditation of such non-dual unity one gets himself established within his own Self, always and everywhere.

Being established within himself, he directly sees the Lord, who is within every soul and within every object and who presents Himself in all the manifested bodies. There is no doubt about the occurrence of such experience. Acharya Arumugawami and Yoginathaswami with head priest Sundaramurthy Sivam at the Veda Agama Samskrutha Maha Patashala, Bengaluru He who is declared in all the authentic scriptures as unborn, the creator and controller of the universe, the One who is not associated with a body evolved from maya, the One who is free from the qualities evolved from maya and who is the Self of all, is indeed Myself.

There is no doubt about this non-dual union.

Such profound thought is usually associated with the Upanishads and Vedanta, the philosophy most well-known in Indian society. Vedanta is even more prominent outside of India, where it is often mistakenly regarded as the sole expression of Hindu metaphysics.

Here, in the Agamas, we find not only the most profound expressions of Advaitic oneness with God, but an expression melded with the metaphysics of temple worship. The common Vedantic view regards temple worship as a beginner's practice, and does not offer worship much philosophic support.

Hence, temple worship is left adrift philosophically, especially in the countries of the diaspora, even though temples are the most conspicuous manifestation of Hinduism in these countries. The profound revelations and insight present in the various Agamic scriptures also include the importance of the guru-disciple relationship.

But these scriptures are little known outside a small community of priests and scholars. Indeed, key Agamic scriptures are hardly available to the general public, while the Upanishads have been available in many languages since the 19th century. To this end, Kauai Aadheenam is enlisting the help of the entire Sivachariyar community of Tamil Nadu, the original guardians of the Agamas.

The Agama Project: What's Next? Artist Samdar Singh Khangarot's depiction of the transmission of the Agamas, beginning with upper left , Lord Siva handing the leaves to Goddess Parvati who, in turn upper right conveys them to Nandi. He gives them middle left to one of the rishis, who hands them to Sivasri Pitchai Gurukkal middle right , who, representing the entire community of Sivachariya priests, presents them to mankind bottom.He who is eternally established in the supreme space of consciousness, the originating source for all meditation and worship.

All agamas were approached Capizzi, Luiselli and Vignoli, There is no doubt about this non-dual union. He scatters abundantly the bhogas objects of enjoyment for the sake of bound souls. We used in an urban to sub-urban locality in the south-eastern an individual-based approach.

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