To Re-awaken Avadhuta consciousness and from that platform everything is clear. When all dualities of this world are transcended and no feelings of disgust remains then and only then our relationship with the omnipresent Lord will be realised.
With care and undivided dedication, the devotees of this Sampradaya have sought to revive, restore, and preserve the ancient tradition Sri AGHORA VAISHNAVA
The traditional definition of Aghor is Avadhuta, someone who is completely absorbed in meditation and devotion to God, seeing God within all beings within everything and in all of creation without discrimination . Aghora is also a traditional name Of Lord Narasimha.
The Ishta or main Deity of SRI Aghora VAISHNAVA SAMPRADAYA is Jagannath “Lord of the universe” Vasudeva “He who pervades and sports” Sri Aghor VAISHNAVA SAMPRADAYA is founded on the universal principles of Avadhut consciousness. Lord Shiva is our Adi Guru or original teacher and patron Deity. Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam!
Sri Aghora VAISHNAVA Sampradaya is a branch of Aghora based on the tradition of Bhakti (devotion) and Vaishnavaism. Aghora was first founded by Lord Shiva the greatest amongst Vaishnavas the devotees of Sri Hari, Narayana, Krishna, Rama, Narasimha, Anantasesha and all the incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Thus Sri Aghoris are Rudranugas followers in the
According to legend the pastime of Aghora manifested after Shiva in the form of Bhairava beheaded Brahmadeva to protect the honor of Sri Hari. According to this legend the Lord of all beings Sri Hari once asked Brahmadeva in the presence of Shiva: Who is the supreme Lord of all beings? Brahmadeva answered that he himself (Brahmadeva) is the supreme being. Lord Shiva became very angry and cut off one of Brahmadeva’s heads to punish him for the offense. Afterwards he dedicated himself to repentance and performed severe austerities at cremation grounds in Kashi to atone for the sin of Brahmahatya (murdering a Brahmana) and begged with the skull-bowl of Brahmadeva’s decapitated head.
Repentance is a very important part of Aghora, without it there cannot be Aghora. To be a follower of Shiva the Lord of Aghoris means to be a follower of the greatest amongst the Vaishnavas. Thus this is the revival of the original tradition of Aghor and its true Sampradaya once lost in time. O
The philosophy of Vaishnava Aghora is based on the concept of Vishudadvaita pure nonduality, distinction within non distinction, duality in nonduality.
The qualitative and quantitative eternal difference between the marginal living being and God who is beyond the living being but simultaneously is omnipresent, omnipotent and the silent witness within everyone, the source and generator of everything that exists.
Lord Krishna said: Thus I have explained to you the most confidential of all knowledge. Deliberate on this fully, and then do what you wish to do.
– Bhagavad Gita 18.63