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Suddha Dharma Mandalam - The Supreme Hierarchy of Beings
Ever Watching Over The Evolution Of All Forms Of Life On Earth

The Kumaras. Nara. Bhagavan Narayana. Sri Yoga Devi. Dakshinamoorty. Disciples.

Sri Yoga Devi

Sri Yoga Devi is the Goddess of Yoga and the Shakti of Bhagavan Narayana.

She is the Center of Power from which flows constantly the Divine power and love that connects, in eternal brotherhood, the hosts of Mahatmas, Siddhas, Maharishis, and all other beings in this world.

She symbolizes the feminine energy (Shakti), which sustains all creation and life.
All Suddha Dharma Centers around the world, realize a beautiful, and ancient ceremony in the Full moon of each month, where the Divine Shakti of Sri Yoga Devi and the Divine Hierarchy are invoked

She is the Sutratma that co-penetrates Suddha Dharma Mandalam like the thread that keeps the beads of a rosary together.

Suddha Dharma Mandalam's first external Authorities

Pandit K. T. Srinivasacharyar - Right
Swami Subramyananda - Center
Sri Vasudeva Row - Left

They were the three first Masters of Suddha Dharma Mandalam since it was presented to the external world in 1915 Sir R. Vasudeva Row - BA., B.L. was a great commentator of Suddha Dharma sacred books and president of Suddha Dharma institution after the Maha Samadhi of Pandit Srinivasacharyar, in 1929. He was a great collaborator, for the work of Swami Subramanyananda and Pandit Srinivasacharyar.

Swami Subramanyananda

*Swami Subramanyananda is the name given to Dr. Sir S. Subramanya Ayer Avergal, after being admitted in the order of Anandas.
Through elevated initiations Swami Subramanyananda became a member of the millenary line of Gurus called Guruparampara. Swami Subramanyananda was the first Initiatory Authority in Suddha Dharma Mandalam

On the year of 1915, the reverenced Dr. Sir S. Subramanya Ayer Avergal who was then the President of the High Court of Justice of Madras and vice president of the Theosophical society was chosen by the Divine Hierarchy to give the first public announcement about this organization, its basic principles and training system

. *Swami Subramanyananda published a series of articles (The Theosophist: July, August, September and November 1915) about the existence of a Divine Hierarchy called Suddha Dharma Mandalam; formed by Mahatmas, Siddhas, Rishis and Yogis, for the spiritual and yogi government of the world, with their headquarters in the Himalayas. It is not that the existence of this Hierarchy was unknown before, but it was forgotten and people then did not know that it existed duly organized with a diversity of dignitaries who performed their different functions in order to help those who aspire to the divine enlightenment. Therefore, the existence of this Great Hierarchy was a new revelation, so to speak, and the same was their way of functioning. They teach aspirants the way to obtain this divine contact, which has the name of Suddha Dharma, par excellence. He announced then that Suddha Dharma headquarters is locate in the legendaries forests of Badari (Himalayas) and that their goal has always been to ensure a spiritual and yogi government of the world. Being responsible for the fulfillment of the Divine Plan, organized and directed towards the evolution of humanity by the Ishwara Sri Bhagavan Narayana

* Swami Subramanyananda; name given to Dr. Sir S. Subramanya Ayer Avergal, after being admitted in the order of Ananda. Through elevated initiations Swami Subramanyananda became a member of the millenary line of Gurus called Guruparampara)

Pandit K.T. Srinivasacharyar

He was designated by the Divine Hierarchy to receive the Sacred and ancient texts of Suddha Dharma, which had been kept in an occult library known as Maha Guha (Great Light). .

Pandit K. T. Srinivasacharyar was the second Initiatory Authority in Suddha Dharma Mandalam.

The existence of this organization was known by a few, very evolved initiates only and since the public announcement, that was made in India in 1915 by Swami Subramanyananda along with the 0.044

Pandit K. T. Srinivasacharyar was a great and wise man and an erudite; he was designated by the Divine Hierarchy to receive the Sacred and ancient texts of Suddha Dharma that were kept in an occult library known as Maha Guha. Books such as the original of Bhagavad Gita, Sanatana Dharma Deepika, Suddha Raja Yoga, Pranava Vada, Upodghata or comments on the Bhagavad Gita among others were given to the Pandit to be translated and then returned to the Maha Guha.

Pandit K.T. Srinivasacharyar was designated as Suddha Dharma Mandalam's Second External Initiatory Authority. He comes from a family of great wise men in India and Grand son of Tiruvelundoor Bhashyam Tiruvenkata Chariar, an erudite and versatile Pandit, a friend and relation of Paravastu Ranga chariar, the greatest Sanskrit scholar of his time.

Sri Janardana

Sri Janardana - The third Initiatory Authority in Suddha Dharma Mandalam.

The Third initiatory Authority, Sri Janardana, had executed a great work as a divulgator of Suddha Dharma principles and philosophy through the magazine "The Suddha Dharma", publishing many works from Suddha Dharma literature. We had written many important articles and comments about Suddha Dharma and Suddha Dharma teachings.

He had instructed many disciples in different parts of the world from 1934 to 1966, being the first Suddha Dharma Initiatory authority to travel to South America, in 1965, where he have helped the consolidation of many Suddha Dharma Centers in Chile, Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil, being a source of blessing in the countries he had visited. He had visited established Ashrams and founded others. These Centers have been flourishing since then, as a result of his love and committed work.

The Ceylon (Sri Lanka) Ashram's Masters

Arulambalaswami. Founded the Ceylon Ashram, where he had played an important role in the dissemination of Suddha Dharma. He had received elevated initiations from the Hierarchy Masters.

Kam das Yogis. Ceylon Ashram's Secretary and an elevated initiated. He was also an important link in between the Hierarchy and the external authorities

Brahma Yogi Dasa, a great erudite whose knowledge were exposed through the magazine "The Suddha Dharma"

Sri VŠjera Yogi Dasa- South America continental Instructor

The principles and practices formulated by this organization have rooted deeply in Santiago of Chile, under the management of the special initiate Sri Vajera Yogi Dasa - (1916-1984).

- Sri VŠjera Yogi Dasa -
Continental instructor for South America

The principles and practices, formulated by this organization, have rooted deeply in Santiago of Chile, under the management of the special initiate-Vayera Yogi Dasa - (~1916-1984).

Sri Vayera was initiated into Suddha Dharma Since the time of Swami Subramanyananda and had actively worked for Suddha Dharma until his Maha Samadhi in 1984.

Under his monumental work, Suddha Dharma has spread to other countries throughout the world. Nowadays Suddha Dharma has well-organized Ashrams in Brazil and South America. His work continues through the Gnana Dhathas and Emissaries that were initiated by him before his Maha Samadhi.

SDM - Swami Sri Jagamohana Aaptabhaaratha

SDM - Swami Sri Jagamohana Aapthabhaaratha, Successor of Sri Anantaram, former director of Suddha Dharma Mandalam. Swami Aapthabhaaratha is the actual President of Satya Vidya Peetham (India).

SDM - Gnana Dhatha, Swami Narayananand Ayurved Saraswati (Dr. Jose Ribeiro Jr.) and Swami Madhavananda, the Sankaracharya of Prayag

SDM Gnana Dhatha Dr. Jose Rugue Ribeiro Jr (Swami Narayananand Ayurved Saraswati.) and the Sankaracharya de Prayag Swami Madhavananda.

Swami Narayananda is the director of the Sri Vayera foundation and the Ashram Ananda in Uberl‚ndia , M.G. Brazil, he is the spiritual advisor of many Ashrams in Brazil and director of Suddha Dharma international. He is actively connected with the work being developed in Canada, providing support and spiritual orientation.