Introduction to Brahmarakshas

Brahmarakshas occupies a very mysterious place in the Hindu culture. The name ‘Brahmarakshas’ itself is mysterious. Brahmarakshas is famous in both- The Hindu folklore and in the Tantrik scriptures. Besides, Brahmarakshas occupies a respectable place in many a Hindu temples. One can easily spot the mural or the sculpture of a Brahmarakshas outside many a Hindu temples. One can spot the image/sculpture of a Brahmarakshas on the walls inside the Hindu temples.

Why You Must Do This Course

This course has its roots in Tantrik parampara of Himalayan Siddha Tradition. Now the Tantrik Tradition of the Siddhas comes from the lineage of the two

Mahasiddha Gurus of the Gurumandal:

  • 1) Deva Guru Brihaspati
  • 2) Daitye Guru Shukracharya

The knowledge system of Bhramarakshas comes from the lineage of Daitye Guru Shukracharya. One might wonder, why are we passing on this kind of knowledge further. Reason is that the Granth, BrahmaRakshas Kalp hides the key to bring down, to fight and win over the negative forces around you and within you. And this kind of knowledge is relevant in the modern times. It will be your fuel to go ahead in life.

Manuscript: Brahma Rakshas Kalp

Kaulantak Peeth has safeguarded an ancient library of old manuscripts that safeguards the various knowledge systems of the Himalayan Siddha Tradition. Out of these manuscripts, one is the special manuscript of the Brahma Rakshas Kalp. This 7-Days course has been crafted from this ancient manuscript.The manuscripts of Kaulantak Peeth have been written in ‘Kula Bhasha’ in the Tankari Script - The ancient script of the Himalayan Siddhas.

Acharyas of IKSVP

All the courses in International Kaulantak Siddha Vidya Peeth are conducted under the strict supervision of Mahasiddha Ishputra. Each day of the course is divided into multiple sessions around different practical, philosophical, dharana, Karmakanda sessions. The knowledge around different aspects of the ongoing ‘Knowledge System’ (course) is imparted to you by the Kaulantak Peeth’s Acharyas. Most of them are residents of International Kaulantak Siddha Vidhya Peeth.

Mahasiddha Ishputra and His beloved consort, Kaulantak Peethadheeshwari, Ma Padma Priya Nath ji bless the Bhairav and Bhairavis with their auspicious presence during the course to answer your advance level queries. Kaulantak Nath, Mahasiddha Ishputra is perhaps the only one His kind Himalayan Mahasiddha, who is keen to pass on His knowledge as much as possible to the worthy ones.
Meet the Acharyas of the Siddha Tradition

Bhairav Om Nath: Acharya of Darshan Shastra

The acharya of Philosophy, Chakranath Om Bhairav has an in-depth understanding of different knowledge systems of the Himalayan Siddha Tradition. He believes that it is his Guru’s grace that manifests in his words when he passes on the knowledge of the Siddhas to the sincere knower of the knowledge of the Agama-Nigama Tantra Shastra.
Om Bhairav has been blessed with many secret Deekshas from His Holiness Mahasiddha Ishputra.

Bhairav Yogendra Nath: Acharya of Tankari

The Acharya of Tankari and Kula Bhasha, Bhairav Yogendra Nath has the knack of breaking the complex into simple. A born teacher, he imparts the knowledge on the intricacies of the chosen, oldest language and script of the Himalayan Siddhas. The Siddhas chose Tankari to write the Tantric manuscripts.
Bhairav Yogendra Nath has been blessed with many secret Deekshas from His Holiness Mahasiddha Ishputra.

Bhairavi Tripti Nath

Head of the Arts and Culture Department, Siddha Sanskriti, Bhairavi Tripti Nath is the fierce being whose energy for action is infectious. She learnt Yoga under the tutelage of Mahasiddha Mahayogi Ishputra.
Bhairavi Tripti Nath has been blessed with many secret Deekshas from His Holiness Mahasiddha Ishputra.

Bhairav Sanjay Nath: Yogacharya

Bhairav Sanjay Nath is the Yoga acharya in IKSVP. He has done the Kundalini Yoga, Vrat Yoga and Ati Yoga under the guidance of Mahasiddha Mahayogi Ishputra.
He has been blessed with many secret Deekshas from His Holiness Mahasiddha Ishputra.