Origin Of Deva Parampara

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The Divine Deva Dharm, which few people also call as ‘Siddha Devayaan’, has its origin in the widespread mountain ranges of Himalayas. This book elaborates the stories on how the Deva Dharm reached the Himalayas.

There are different folklores and stories about the origin of ‘Deva Dharm’ under the Siddha Dharm of Himalayan Siddhas. It also give the details on when did the Deva Dharma became popular as the ‘Deva Parampara’ amongst the people. What is the uniqueness of the ‘Deva Dharma’? How and why it impacted other human civilisations and cultures? Siddha Dharma’s ‘Deva Parampara’ respects nature, all animals, living beings and the Divine Powers of Nature.

There are five main pillars of Siddha Dharma out of which ‘Deva Parampara’ is one of them. ‘Deva Parampara’ is based on ‘Pratikopasana’ and ‘Deva Kala’, where ‘Deva Kala’ is of subtle nature and ‘Pratikopasana’ pertains to the gross world.

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This book illustrates different aspects of ‘Deva Parampara’ tradition of the Himalayan Siddhas along with The ’Teerth Sthal’ (pilgrimages), ‘Granths’, temples, idols, musical instruments and the Shamanic aspect of this culture. In the ‘Deva Parampara’ the ritualistic mask dances, dances with the wooden torch, the dances related to pilgrimages, the dance of Shamans and so on are described.

Mysterious Rituals

‘Deva Parampara’ is full of extremely mysterious rituals and festivals which are hardly known in the world. For example, a tantrik form of ‘Nara-medha Yagya’ is also a part of ‘Deva Parampara’ where the Devi-Devatas take the chosen person (called ‘Nada’) to the near-death experience, in a state of trance and then bring the ‘Nada’ back to life. This is a great ritual festival known as ‘Bhunda’, ‘Kaahika’, ‘Mrityu Sparsh’ and so on.

Happiest Religion of the World

‘Deva Parampara’ is the happiest religion of the world because many kinds of dances are performed in the innumerable festivals of the different Devi-Devatas. In this tradition, the Shamans, the people who take care of Devi-Devatas along with the devotees and the commoners all dance together in these festivals in different places of Himalayas.
The tradition of ‘Deva Dharma’ of the Himalayan Siddhas is very musical in nature because many kinds of traditional musical instruments are used, while both the males and the females wear traditional dresses in different festivals and rituals of the Devi Devatas. This book will take you into the world of the happiest religion of the world.

Right of Daityas

It is popularly known in the world, especially in Sanatana Dharma, that the Devatas and Daityas both were present in the ‘Samudra Manthan’ in the ‘Ksheersagar’. So in the Himalayas, Daityas also lived in certain places. Then the Devatas came in different parts of Himalayas near Bhagwan Shiva who resides in Kailash Mountains and different snow covered mountains of Himalayas. The Daityas then asked the Devatas that where should they live in the Himalayas. Then the Devatas gave them specific places to live in Himalayas and dedicated a certain time of the year for them. In the ‘Deva Parampara’, there is a certain time period in year, when the Devi-Devatas go into ‘Samadhi’ (meditation) during which the different festivals of Daityas, Bhoot, Preta and Ganas of Bhagwan Shiva are celebrated across the Himalayas where different kinds of mask dance are performed.

This book elaborates the strange, mysterious and harmonious ways of the ‘Deva Dharma’ of Himalayan Siddhas.


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