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|| Om Sam Siddhaaya Namaha ||

|| Om Shree Mahaa Himalayaaya Namaha ||

|| Om Shree Guru Mandalaaya Namaha ||

|| Om Shree Priya Ishaputraaya Namaha ||

|| Om Shree Kurukulla Devyayi Namaha ||
|| Om Kam Kaula Naathaaya Namaha ||

Kula Kundalini Sadhana Initiation Camp, March 27-28th 2016, Tulip Resorts, Bangalore, India
Painting of Ishaputra’s Gurudeva
Sakal Kala Nayak Maha Himalayeshwar Shree Siddha Siddhant Nath Ji Maharaj
with Ishaputra doing penance in Himalaya

A painting by Yogini Nina, Akshar Power Yoga Centre, Bangalore

Painting of Ishaputra’s Gurudeva
Sakal Kala Nayak Maha Himalayeshwar Shree Siddha Siddhant Nath Ji Maharaj

A painting by Ms Grifti, Bangalore

Painting of Ishaputra’s Gurudeva
Sakal Kala Nayak Maha Himalayeshwar Shree Siddha Siddhant Nath Ji Maharaj
with Ishaputra and his Bhairavi doing penance in Himalaya

A painting by Priya Bhairavi ji

Painting of Ishaputra’s Gurudeva
Sakal Kala Nayak Maha Himalayeshwar Shree Siddha Siddhant Nath Ji Maharaj

A painting by Mahesh, Bangalore

Pancha Peethadheeshwar Kaulantak Nath Ishasputra Mahayogi Satyedra Nath Ji Maharaj

A painting by a well known artist in Mumbai

Kula kundalini Sadhana Initiation Camp was held in Bangalore on 27th and 28th of March 2016. This was the first such event by Kaulantak Peeth
to be held in southern parts of India.

This initiation camp was organized at Tulip’s Resorts near Bannerghatta National Park on the outskirts of Bangalore. Sadhakas started arriving at
the camp location as early as the morning of 26th.

The first day of initiation camp started with Satya Yoga at 6 am. All bhairavas and bhairavis enthusiastically participated in Satya yoga for reaping
the benefits of tantric strength building and detoxification of body and mind.

After aligning body and mind for higher spiritual practices, everybody chanted the auspicious series of 108 names of Kaulantak Nath embellished
with seed syllables or beej mantra. This was done in traditional styles of eleven distinct mystical or tantric schools of Himalayan Siddhas.

In between different chanting, everybody also practiced common pranayamas like Anulom Vilom, Bhasktrika, Kapaal Bhaati, Murcha, Khanda et
Like all initiation camps, morning schedule for the entire duration of initiation camp was fixed. This involves Satya yoga followed by a set of
kaulachara chantings. This chanting was conducted by experienced bhairavas who know the importance of these series chanting in developing
required eligibility to receive higher subtle knowledge of Himalayan Siddhas. There was also a light discussion on Kaulantak Peeth and about the
significance of Himalayas. Ishaputra arrived with his Bhairavi Priya Ji around 10 a.m.

Ishaputra arrived with his Bhairavi Priya Ji around 10 a.m. He was welcomed by all participating students with traditional Carnatic music which
included Thavil and Nadaswaram.

During the initial address to his sadhakas, Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath explained in detail about what is Kula Kundalini Shakti. Through his unique
style of blending humour with profound knowledge, Ishaputra talked about Kula Kundalini in a manner which was beneficial for even a novice
and a seasoned practitioner.

Afterwards, Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath talked at length about the significance of breath and Prana. Ishaputra gave practical lessons on several
kinds of breathing techniques which will help one awaken the Kula Kundalini Shakti. He also explained how certain specific ‘Dharna’ or strong
mental resolution required in refining the taught breathing pattern.
Panch Peethadheeshwar Kaulantak Nath Mahayogi Satyendra Nath Ji Maharaj
During the initiation camp, raw food was served during multiple times during the day. Fruit juices, raw salads and cut fruits were served in ample
amount. Cooked food was served to participating students only during the night supper. This was done to enable ‘Satvik’ or pure higher energies
to flow through one’s body and to keep one free from sluggishness during the initiation program.

Ishaputra instructed about the importance of food in the spiritual practice for Kula Kundalini. He emphasised on eating raw food for this practice.
In dietary instructions, he also talked about consumption of herbs and abstinence from certain tamasic foods including garlic, onions and prepa-
rations like strong chutney, chillis, and pickles. Then he cautioned all his students that certain foods like mushrooms may have varying results on
individuals wherein it may be tamasic for some while not for others.
Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath talked about ‘Doshas’ or impact of food and water consumed from various sources. Thereafter, Ishaputra gave tantric
remedies to remove such defects in food and water consumption including storing certain tantric herbs near a water supply. He talked at length
about merits and demerits of using glassware, earthen pots, bell-metal and other kinds of utensils including guards. Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath
praised the local tradition of eating food on banana leaves and said it helps in overcoming many doshas and subtle karmic impurities in food and
the containing vessels.

Ishaputra also highlight the significance of natural jute and cotton clothes. He also gave instructions to properly do several asanas and pranaya-
mas, He stressed on right way of breathing pattern and tempo while doing asanas and pranayamas. He talked about Satvic and Tamasic way of
doing pranayamas as well.
Ishaputra narrating a fictional story to highlight the role of specific styles of breathing to add intensity and hypnotism in story-telling.
Afterwards, Ishaputra delved deeper in the subject area of Kula Kundalini. He started off by giving exposition on naadis in human bodies and
spoke extensively on three primary naadis- Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna.

He then talked about ways to know which of the two main Nadis, Ida, and Pingala, sometimes called moon and the sun naadis, are activated in a
person, at a given time. Thereafter he gave practical ways to activate Ida or Pingala Nadi when they get blocked because of natural time progres-
sion through the day, or because of illness and impurities in the body.

Ishaputra talked about ‘Khechari’ mudra and associated sciences. He talked about why in certain yoga kulas, artificially cutting the frenulum, to
elongate the tongue is discouraged. He talked about various bandhas and their effect on Khechari and on Kula Kundalini.
Talking about various breathing patterns, Ishaputra explained breathing patterns for kriya yogis. He also taught mandooka and garuda pranaya-
mas from esoteric kulas.

Emphasising on Hridaya or heart chakra, Ishaputra talked about why great yogis like Guru Goraksha Nath Ji and Kabir have all talked about eight
chakras in their several compositions and teachings. Apart from commonly known seven chakras, moolaadhara, swadhisthana, manipura, Anaha-
ta, vishuddh, agnya and sahasrara or crown chakra, Ishaputra described the significance of another chakra- the eight chakra or the heart chakra.
He specifically mentioned its great significance in awakening chakras and feeling vibrations in various chakra centres including agnya chakra.
However, Ishaputra cautioned all his students to not get confused about chakras and their locations. He said that chakras are actually just route
maps that adept gurus use to describe and guide their disciples in various stages of development. He said that ultimately it is the mind-brain
complex that creates the experience of light, sound, and vibration in various parts associated with chakra centres. He categorically stated that the
chakras are not located in the physical body. He also rebutted the claim held by many that spinal column contains the Sushumna Nadi.

Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath gave many practical lessons to increase the sensitivity of touch, smell, and taste which would ultimately develop sen-
sitivity triggers to the heart chakra and agnya chakra. He instructed on experimenting with ice cubes placed on the hand and feeling the cold
sensations, while doing certain specific pranayamas.

He also instructed about smelling the fragrance of a flower and to experiment by increasing the distance between nose and flower and to see
how far can one take in the fragrance of flower. He also stated that nose of ordinary humans adapts very fast to olfactory sensations and soon
one stops to smell the fragrance but a yogi through practice develops the capacity to smell any smell for longer durations.
Similarly, he asked his students to experiment with chewing one morsel of food in the mouth until all the flavours are observed and slowly dis-
solved. Ishaputra asked to do these experiments in parallel with the Deeksha mantra chanting.

Ishaputra talked about mechanism and benefits of doing trataka. He also gave kriyas to be practiced right after waking up, before taking a bath
and also some kriyas to be performed before going to bed.

He also emphasized on the importance of keeping right company and right spiritual attitude. Given the widespread information technology and
social media, Ishaputra said it is important to do ‘rechan’ or detoxification of mind by abstaining from addictive habits like casual browsing of
facebook scrolls, twitter feeds and watching televised news media which primarily focusses on negativity. He recommended to stay positive in
one’s life outlook.

The evening session was reserved for question answers. Ishaputra invited questions from all and encouraged them to get their doubts cleared.
New students were especially given time to clear their doubts. This was a great opportunity for all to strengthen their understanding on all as-
pects of Kula Kundalini sadhana practices.

Through his unique style of giving profound knowledge interspersed with humour, Ishaputra engaged his students in lively discussion.
Kula Kundalini Sadhana Tutorial DVD

A DVD was compiled and given to each student as additional study material. This DVD contained video lecture on several pranayamas and
breathing excercises to be practiced at home. It also contains advice given by Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath about Kula Kundalini Sadhana. Most of
the material given in the DVD was covered during the initiation session. But this DVD aims to act as refresher, and also to remind students to
practice the learnt material at home.
The second day of initiation camp also began with Satya Yoga at 6 a.m. in the morning. This was followed by Kaulachar mantra chanting. Later,
Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath himself joined the morning sessions and taught basic asanas and pranayamas relevant to Kula Kundalini practices.
Late morning and afternoon sessions were primarily dedicated to Karma kaand Kaulachaar rituals. Yantra and Mantra slides were given to each
student. Through series of purification rituals, shakti mantra rituals, individual students invoked the Kula Kundalini Shakti in their yantras for
further rituals.
Brief ‘Prana Prathista’ of yantra followed by ‘Panchopchar’ worship rituals.

Sadhakas doing brief ‘Prana Prathistha’ of their individual yantras and doing ‘Panchopchaar’ worship ritual
Students enjoying the ‘Satvic’ lunch consisting of fruits, juices and salads.

Sadhakas doing brief ‘Prana Prathistha’ of their individual yantras and doing ‘Panchopchaar’ worship ritual.
Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath bestowed the mantric Deeksha initiation. The mantras for Kula Kundalini Shakti were unlocked through a process
called ‘Utakilan’ so that disciples can reap the benefits while chanting the deeksha mantras.
Students enjoying raw food lunch
Kula Kundalini Shakti was worshipped across the three veils or ‘Avarana’ using Kaulachaar mantra and tantra rituals using red hued unbroken
rice grains, flowers and water.

Avarana Puja Ritual

Avarana Puja Ritual
Disciples making preparations for ‘Yagya’ or Fire Homa Rituals
‘Yagya’ or fire homa rituals was done. This was followed by propitiating water offering in ‘Tarpan’ rituals and specific number of ‘Marjan’ ritu-
als, as per Siddha tradition so that the mantras become fully activated.
|| Idam Shivaaya , Idam Na Mama ||
Students performing propitiating water offering in ‘Tarpan’ rituals
Students perform ‘Marjan’ ritual
Students doing Tarpan Ritual after Fire Homa Ritual
The evening session was reserved for shaktipat initiation where Ishaputra transferred part of his spiritual penance to his students and awakened
them to the higher spiritual realm. This shaktipat initiation along with mantra initiation enabled his students for entering the practice of this Ma-
havidya and provided energy to progress in this practice.
This initiation camp was one of the seven camps for Kula Kundalini Sadhana. In this camp, root chakra or moolaadhara chakra was the main focus.
Subsequent chakras will be covered in further initiation camps, which would be available only to those students who demonstrate progress in this
initiation practices.

The evening session was reserved for shaktipat initiation where Ishaputra transferred part of his spiritual penance to his students and awakened
Students enjoying the south Indian style dinner (top). Dinner Crew (above)
At night after dinner, all participating students gave individual song and dance performance which was enjoyed by all.
Bhairavas In The Spotlight
Akshar Bhairav was instrumental in plannig and arranging Ishaputra Kaulantak Nath’s stay in Bangalore. He and his team worked diligently to
smoothen the day to day affairs of Ishaputra in Bangalore. Whether it was arranging accomodation, helping with film shoots and sightsighing
entertainment in Bangalore, Akshar Bhairav and his team showed sincere dedication to do seva.

Sanjeeb Brahma Bhairav

Sanjeeb Brahma is based in Bangalore. Apart from giving dedicated

seva at Kaulantak Peeth, he works as a software engineer in a reputed
technology service provider.

Kaulantak Peeth held first such large scale shivir outside the home turf
of Himachal Pradesh. In organizing and managing the event, Brahma
Bhairava has worked day and night for past many weeks leading to the

His sincere and dedicated seva was highly appreciated by Ishaputra

Kaulantak Nath.

Bhairavi Geeta Raju & Bhairava Satya Narayan Raju

Bhairavi Geeta Raju ji and Bhairava Satya Narayan ji are based in Ban
galore. They were instrumental in organizing the shivir and managed
all administrative and logistics aspect of the shivir.

Apart from acting on behalf of Kaulantak Peeth for booking the initia-
tion camp location at Tulip Resorts, they arranged all lodging and food
related area. They made sure that no student of Ishaputra Kaulantak
Nath feels discomfort while staying there.

They worked dedicatedly to make sure the initiation camp is conduct-

ed without any hassles.

Because of their smooth and professional approach, the camp be-

came even more enjoyable by all.

Ishaputra especially thanked them and gave them blessings for their
Bhairavas and Bhairavis who took Initiation
1. Priya Subba, Mumbai
2. Nidhi Bisht
3. Sangeeta Nalwade, Maharastra
4. Sindhu Raj, Bihar
5. Geeta Raju, Bangalore
6. Vaishali Trivedi, Gujarat
7. Kiran Bisht, New Delhi
8. Sheela Sonthalia, Andhra Pradesh
9. Priyanka Palyani, Andhra Pradesh
10. Anita Sinha, Karnataka
11. Meena Vijay Khandale, Maharastra
12. Manisha Subhash Rao Mohite, Maharastra
13. Harshal Nalwade, Maharastra
14. Siddhant Nalwade, Maharastra
15. Devendra Sharma, MP
16. Sanjeeb Brahma, Bangalore
17. Ashutosh Ranjan, Vrindavan
18. Vijaydeep Joneja, New Delhi
19. Srinivas Verma, Telangana
20. Gaurav Bisht, New Delhi
21. Mukesh Solanki, Gujarat
22. Manoj Bhatt, Uttarakhand
23. Rajesh Master, Maharastra
24. Vaibhav Singh Bisht
25. Dilchan Buddha Magar, Nepal
26. Lila kant Koirala, Nepal
27. Nikhil Sangle, Mumbai
28. Kumar Deobrat Alok, Bihar
29. Om Bhatia, Mumbai
30. Suryakant Hankare, Mumbai
31. Satya Prakash, UP
32. Vivekanand, Rajasthan
33. Khusbu Joshi, Gujarat
34. Samir Trivedi, Gujarat
35. Ishan Trivedi, Gujarat
36. Mohit Sharma, Rajasthan
37. Dayanand Keni, Maharastra
38. Mukund Subhash Nagarkar, Maharastra
39. Praveen Jagtap, Maharastra
40. Yogesh Dattatray Salunke, Maharastra
41. Aseem Mishra, Raibarelli
42. Vinayak Sudamdavari, Maharastra
43. Omkar Krishna, Jharkhand
44. Rekha Verma, Telangana
45. Vivek Anand G.S., Telangana
46. Ghisulal H Mistry, Maharastra
47. Ajit, Karnataka
48. Vivek Agarwal, UP
49. Tanmay Vijay Khandale, Maharastra
50. Nanda Kishore, New Delhi
51. Amul Anand Rao Parit, Maharastra
52. Akhilesh Yadav, UP
(Sadhakas who took sukshma deeksha are not included in the list above)
Books now available. Please contact Kaulantak Peeth Ashram for ordering your copy.