KAILASA’s Krishna Janmashtami

With the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism
Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness

Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

30 August 2021, 8pm IST Onwards | 7.30am PT Onwards

Krishna Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Sri Krishna, one of the greatest incarnations of Paramashiva, the embodiment of Divine Love. Bhagavan Krishna’s entire life and His message can be epitomized in one word: “celebration.” Come, celebrate the auspicious day of His happening.

Manifest Paramashiva through Love

सर्वस्य चाहं हृदि सन्निविष्टो
मत्त: स्मृतिर्ज्ञानमपोहनं च |
वेदैश्च सर्वैरहमेव वेद्यो
वेदान्तकृद्वेदविदेव चाहम् || 15||

I am seated in everyone’s heart, and from Me come remembrance, knowledge and forgetfulness. By all the Vedas, I am to be known. Indeed, I am the compiler of Vedanta, and I am the knower of the Vedas.

~ Bhagavad Gita verse 15.15

Bhagavan Krishna manifested as intense life. Life expressed in body as ever youthful, expressed in intellect as amazing strategist, expressed in emotion as a most beautiful pure romance, amazing artistic expression. Even when Bhagavan was teaching the greatest truths, it was done in a very poetic form. His book is called Song – Gita, because it is more poetic than anything else. Singer, dancer, musician, strategist. A beloved for everyone.

This Krishna Janmashtami let us all come together and manifest Paramashiva through love.

Krishna Janmashtami at Adi KAILASA

The Nithyanandeshwara Paramashiva Devalayam in Adi KAILASA, Bengaluru is celebrating Krishna Janmashtami 2021 with a grand Utsavam which will celebrate the happening of Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The following rituals and offerings will be performed during the Utsavam:

Krishna Ashtottarashata Namavali

The Krishna Ashtottarashata Namavali Archana  is a ritual where the 108 names of Bhagvan Sri Krishna are chanted and various flowers are offered for each name. This namavali is a garland of sanskrit names of Krishna celebrating all the aspects of the divine incarnations life and glory.

Each name will be suffixed with the mantra ‘Namaha’. This means to surrender the ‘I’ and ‘Mine”. When this puja is offered with a deep surrender, all the powerful and the divine qualities of Bhagavan Sri Krishna manifest in one’s being and life. There will be 5 priests offering the archana amplifying the benefits multifold.

ॐ सर्वपालकाय नमः || ५० ||

ōṁ sarvapālakāya namaḥ || 50 ||

The Protector Of All Beings.

~ Krishna Ashtottara Shatanamavali, Verse 50

Navaneeta Tulabharam

Butter Tulabharam is the offering of Butter against the weight of the deity of our beloved Bhagavan. The butter represents the Karmaphala that is the essence of our hard work and daily labour. Bhagavan Krishna says again and again in the Gita to drop all your Karma Phala at his feet.

The SPH JGM Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam is the manifestation of Parandhama himself. We have a unique opportunity to offer our Karma Phala at the divine lotus feet of the SPH through the Navaneeta Tulabharam.

ॐ नवनीतविलिप्ताङ्गाय नमः ।
ॐ नवनीतनटाय नमः ।

ōṁ navanītaviliptāṅgāya namaḥ |
ōṁ navanītanaṭāya namaḥ |

The Lord Whose Body Is Smeared With Butter
The One Who Dances For Butter

~ Krishna Ashtottara Shatanamavali , Verses 21 & 22

Navaneeta Seva

Butter is made traditionally churning the curds left from boiled milk. This refined product is the essence of traditional villagers’ hard labor for a day in Krishna’s birthplace of Gokulam. This very butter is what is Krishna comes to steal and eat with his friends. The need for making butter isn’t something that comes under the daily tasks are it was only a rare commodity. But the Gopikas of Gokulam, loved to make butter just to see Krishna come and eat their butter. The Gopikas would hide in the corner and wait for Krishna to come and eat their butter.

ॐ नवनीतविलिप्ताङ्गाय नमः ।
ॐ नवनीतनटाय नमः ।

ōṁ navanītaviliptāṅgāya namaḥ |
ōṁ navanītanaṭāya namaḥ |

The Lord Whose Body Is Smeared With Butter
The One Who Dances For Butter

~ Krishna Ashtottara Shatanamavali , Verses 21 & 22

Navaneeta Kumbha Seva

The Butter pot is a symbol of the Gopika’s love for Sri Krishna. When Sri Krishna was a small child, his mother Yashoda would make butter from which Krishna would steal and share with his friends. Seeing this the Gopikas would make butter everyday just so that Krishna would come to their house and steal it. Their love for Krishna was such that, they would spend all day churning butter remembering him to make a pot full of it.

This offering is recreating that same love that gopikas had for Krishna for our beloved Guru – the SPH JGM Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam.

ॐ नवनीतविलिप्ताङ्गाय नमः ।
ॐ नवनीतनटाय नमः ।

ōṁ navanītaviliptāṅgāya namaḥ |
ōṁ navanītanaṭāya namaḥ |

The Lord Whose Body Is Smeared With Butter
The One Who Dances For Butter

~ Krishna Ashtottara Shatanamavali , Verses 21 & 22


This is the offering of various juices derived from the varieties of sweet fruits traditionally offered as a sacred bath onto the deity of Sri Krishna. The nectar of Krishna’s form and story is celebrated with 25+ offerings of fruit juices onto the deity of Sri Krishna.

It is a spectacle to witness the celebration of the colorful life of Sri Krishna, through the offering of various nectars in many different colors. Celebrate the life and powerful manifestation of Parandhama by offering the Churnabhishekam.

इक्षुसार फलैस्सर्व बीजैर्लाजैश्च सक्तुभिः
चूर्णैर्हारिद्रकैः पुष्पैः विशेषान्नलिकेरजैः ||

ikṣusāra phalaissarva bījairlājaiśca saktubhiḥ |
cūrṇairhāridrakaiḥ puṣpaiḥ viśeṣānnalikerajaiḥ ||

Milk, curd, clarified butter, honey, pancagavya, pancamruta, sugarcane juice, all kinds of fruits, seeds, parched paddy, flour, powder, haridraka, flowers, coconut, products of coconut, water associated with all fruits (Phalodaka) kept in perfect Kalasas and other containers, Gandhodaka, Aushadhodaka, Suddhodaka, Tailodaka, water fetched from the sacred rivers such as Ganga and others – with all these substances listed here, the Guru should perform the Snapana-Abhisheka for the Supreme Lord to nullify all kinds of defect and aberration.

~ Uttara Kamika Agama, Chapter 4 – Snapana Vidhi Patalam, Verse 201

Andholana Seva

Andholaka is the traditional swing offering to Bhagavan Sri Krishna who is described as the one who dances. The swing oscillates mirroring the oscillation of our mind. In our guru puja we offer the manasa puja where we say ‘Chanchalyam Manasasthata’ which means that the oscillation of the mind is the offering of swing for Him.

We have a unique opportunity to offer the swing to the SPH as Bhagavan Sri Krishna. By offering this swing, we our our manas – mind itself. It is a surrender of our mind and offering our gratitude where we celebrate the SPH oscillating in our inner space time and again.

ॐ नवनीतनटाय नमः ।

ōṁ navanītanaṭāya namaḥ |

The One Who Dances For Butter

~ Krishna Ashtottara Shatanamavali , Verse 22

Register for Pratyaksha Pada Puja

Pratyaksha Pada Puja and will be offered to the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam on this auspicious occasion of Krishna Janmashtami. Experience the divine space of The Avatar as you entangle your neurons and mirror the state that He is in.

Glimpses from the Past

Ritualistic Offering of Navaneeta Tulabharam

The sacred ancient ritual of the Tulabharam has its roots in the life of Sri Krishna and His wives. His wife Satyabama always wanted Krishna all for herself, whereas Rukmini always needed Krishna for her rituals or philanthrophy. Satyabhama desired that Krishna should always be with her and requested Narada Muni for a solution. Narada suggested a Vrata to be performed by Satyabhama in which Krishna would given as a Daana to a Maharishi. Not agreeing to give away Krishna as Daana, Narada suggests to Satyabhama to give Daana of gold equal to that of Krishna’s weight. Satyabhama delightfully agrees and boasts that she could offer gold Daana of a 1000 Krishna’s with the amount of gold that she possesses.

When the ritual commences, Satyabhama is unable to equate Krishna’s weight on the Tulabharam (weighing scale). As a result of this, Satyabhama has to give up Krishna, and Narada takes Him away, singing and celebrating about Krishna being his. Satyabhama goes to Narada crestfallen, and asks where she went wrong – why the Tulabharam didn’t move no matter how much gold she kept.

Narada then says that Krishna is not just a mere body which can be keep with oneself all your life, Krishna is Parandhama, the Cosmos itself – the Supreme Being! No phsycial object can outweigh such a mass. Parandhama comes down and manifests in the world only when moved by the devotion of the devotee.

He the reveals that only Rukmini sees Krishna for who He really is, and that only her devotion can move Him. Satyabhama realizes her mistake and understands who Krishna really is and apologizes to Rukmini for desiring to keep Him for herself. She requests Rukmini to do something so they can both have Krishna back from Narada.

Krishna again sits on the Tulabharam scale, with Rukmini on the other side knowing the omniscience of Krishna, knowing that a prayerful offering of a single Tulasi leaf can bring all of Krishna to oneself.

She places a single Tulasi leaf on the empty side of the Tulabharam and Krishna’s side of the scale lifts!

and in their mind only remembering Krishna alone, Krishna didn’t just earn the name Navaeeta Chora – the one who steals butter, but also the name Chitta Chora – the one who possesses and takes away your consciousness itself replacing it only with Him.

The Gopikas spent hours of physical labor churning butter, and did all of this for one single truth  – to experience again and again Krishna coming into their home and eating the butter they made, for Bhagavan to come as a child and have their food. That devotion, that simple love, that reverence for one’s Guru to manifest again and again in one’s life is the sacred sentiment we celebrate on Krishna Janmashtami.


As the Gopikas did for Krishna, a few devotees are offering the Navaneeta Butter Tulabharam at the Divine lotus feet of our Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam.

30 August – Events

Events Starting 8pm IST Onwards

Mangal Arathi

Offering of Arathi to Bhagavan Sri Krishna

Krishna Ashtottarashata Namavali Archana

Chanting of the 108 Names of Sri Krishna

Offering of 108 Naivedyams

Offering of 108 different varieties of food to Bhagavan Sri Krishna


Offering of a sacred bath of sweet fruit juices to Bhagavan Sri Krishna’s deity

Andholika Seva

Offering of the Swing Seva to Bhagavan Sri Krishna

Pratyaksha Pada Puja and Pancharathi

Pratyaksha Pada Puja offered to the SPH Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

Navaneeta Tulabharam

Offering of butter Tulabharam to the SPH Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

Special Krishna Janmashtami Satsang

Words from the Avatar, the embodiment of Bhagavan Sri Krishna, the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam


Lu Ann Tung from USA shares how she made money to retire after she asked HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam for a boon during the Pratyaksha Pada Puja offering.

Lu Ann Tung

Business Owner, USA

Pei Ling Xao from Norway shares her experience of offering Pratyaksha Pada Puja and the surprise healing miracle she and her family experienced.

Pei Ling Xao


Anupama Deshpande (Ma Nithya Shivarupananda) from Singapore shares how she first met HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam and why one needs a Guru.

Anupama Deshpande


About Bhagavan Sri Krishna

Krishna: The Full Incarnation

Krishna is one who appeals to all kinds of human beings. For the intellectuals, He is Gita Krishna, for the emotional, he is Radha Krishna and for the being level, He has offered the Dhyana Yoga.

Krishna Consciousness

An Avatar can only exhibit compassion but not romance, Krishna is the only Avatar who exhibited romance and not just compassion.

Importance of Realizing a Guru

Krishna gives pure intellectual understandings at one hand as Geeta Krishna and then pure romance at the other as Radha Krishna.

Music for Krishna Janmashtami

Panduranga Jaya Vittale

Krishna Mukunda Murare

Nandalala Jai Nandagopala

Krishna Janmashtami Archives

Krishna Janmashtami Message 2017

Message delivered on Krishna Janmashtami by the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam

Krishna Janmashtami Message 2020

Message delivered on Krishna Janmashtami by the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam

Krishna Janmashtami Message 2016

Message delivered on Krishna Janmashtami by the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam


Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (SPH) is the reviver of KAILASA – the great ancient enlightened Hindu civilizational nation. HDH is an Avatar from, and is a Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism. HDH has made the science of power manifestation, Yoga and temple based universities for humanity.

The SOVEREIGN ORDER OF KAILASA led by HDH and NITHYANANDA ORDER of monks, nuns and Hindu diaspora are working for global peace and to give a superconscious breakthrough to humanity.

NITHYANANDA HINDU UNIVERSITY (world’s largest) with extended campuses in 150 countries is collecting, organising, preserving, time capsuling, decoding, spreading and reviving 20 million source books of Hinduism and the 64 sacred arts and sciences like Ayurveda, music, dance, sculpting, astrology, Vastu.

SPH is the 293rd Guru MahaSannidanam of Shyamalapeeta Sarvajnapeetham (ancient apex body) & 203rd Emperor of Suryavamsa Surangi Samrajyam (Kingdom). HDH has survived the worst persecution of multiple assassination attempts on person and character by anti-hindu elements.

The United Nations recognized the persecution on The SPH Nithyananda & KAILASA: https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/CEDAW/DGD24June2021/51.docx