Shyamalapeetha Sarvajnapeetham

The Kingdom of Madurai (spiritual, religious and political kingdom) was established in the mists of time by Lord Paramaśiva and later revived by Devī Mīnākṣi and Lord Sundareśvara, who as the deities and incarnates of Śrī Paramaśiva ruled over the Kingdom. Lord Paramaśiva and Devī Parāśakti in their incarnations as “Lord Sundareśvara also popularly known as Chokkanathar” and “Mīnākṣi Amman”, revived the Madurai Aadheenam as an “enlightenment ecosystem” which stands today as the oldest civilisation directly established by Paramaśiva in the world. The Ruling Seat is referred to as “Kailāsonnata Śyāmala Peetham Sarvajnapeetham”.

The Madurai Aadheenam is located in the city of Madurai, which is the capital of the Pandya Kingdom. The Pandya Kings ruled the entire 59 nations that then constituted planet earth, and consequently all the regions which lie in the state of Tamil Nadu, South India. The historical accounts of the royal divine dynasty dates back to the reign of Lord Śrī Rāma, the Divine Incarnation of Bhagavān Śrī Viṣṇu, who was at the same time the absolute Puruṣa, Paramaśiva, and absolute Uttama, operating within the rules of Dharma on the human plane. Śrī Rāma who blessed this lineage by being born as the 62nd King in this great lineage Sūrya vamsha (Lineage of the Sun God) dynasty which bears extensive references in the Hindu Epic Rāmayaṇa (Kishkindha Kandha, 4-41-11, 12); and to 5000 years ago in the Mahābhārat war.

Devi Meenakshi