Sanatana Hindu Dharma is not just a religion; it is Dharma, a philosophy, a principle. In the Shaivagamas, Lord Sadashiva reveals four padas (facets or dimensions) that constitute the lifestyle of Sadashivatva (radiating the state, space and shaktis of Sadashiva). For the earnest seeker, they also act as four doors to enter into the ultimate experience of Sadashivatva.
As the living Avatar of Sadashiva, Paramapujya Paramahamsa Sri Nithyananda Swamiji is gifting millions with a grand revival of all these four dimensions, and the world is once again awakening to the glory of Sanatana Hindu Dharma.
The uniqueness of Sanatana Hindu Dharma is that it can be continuously updated and evolved, but carries no danger of alteration or dilution in the process, because the Avatars and enlightened beings who are the keepers of this tradition themselves operate at the highest frequency of integrity to the Cosmic laws. Moreover, the shrutis or original scriptures (which are called apaurusha or ‘authorless’, being direct revelations from the Divine) are always left untouched, and every Avatar adds his own commentary or philosophy (smrti) based on his own enlightened experience (Atma Pramana), which are authenticated by the Hindu source scriptures (Shastra Pramana), as well as the enlightened expressions of the seers and rishis of Sanatana Hindu Dharma down the ages (Apta Pramana).
Over the last 500 years, much of the sacred knowledge, education system, lifestyle and the original body-language of Sanatana Hindu Dharma got diluted, lost and destroyed by the systematic attempts of the foreign invaders to rule over Vedic India through cultural genocide.
Now, Paramapujya Paramahamsa Sri Nithyananda Swamiji is recreating the original space of Naimisharanya from the spiritual seat of Sarvajnapeetha. The voice of the Truth that vibrated in the Ganges-Sarasvati civilization in the Vedic times, can be heard through his Divine vision and expressions. The Vedic Renaissance is happening in all its originality, depth and expanse to enrich human beings to reclaim the Vedic heritage and reconnect with their higher self.