Sriom Devi Dwaraka

Sri Om Inc NZ

Sri Om Inc. is an NZ registered charitable organisation formed, keeping in mind, the words of President, Jagatguru, Sri Om Adisakthiyendra Swamiji, “Humanity leads Divinity”. This was formed in July 2006 to provide social service to mankind.

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Sriom Devi Temple NZ

Sriom Devi Temple in NZ will be in the unique shape of a lotus.

Sriom Devi is a new deity to this Earth. She took 18 births in different regions of this Earth. The significance of her birth represents bringing all cultures under one roof which envisions the motto ‘Humanity Leads Divinity’. Without Humanity, there is no Divinity. Ultimately the divine power takes an incarnation (avatar) to prove Humanity to attain Divinity. If an individual follows the right path of Humanity (manusasthra) he will attain Divinity (which in ancient Hindu Vedic scriptures is mentioned as Aham Brahmasmin). Using this ideology the founder of Sriom Devi Temple, Sriom Gnanasakthiyendra Swamigal passed the idea for the construction of a Sriom Devi Temple in New Zealand.

The temple will be constructed to circulate energy and release it into the Earth for peace, prosperity, welfare of all living beings and to deflect any evil and negative forces. The structure is in the form of Lotus.

The 16 petals at the base signify 16 different cultural origins.

The 8 petals that come one layer in signifies siddhis (powers).
• ANIMA – Power of reducing one’s self to the size of an atom
• MAHIMA – The power of increasing one’s bulk without limit
• LAGIMA – The power of reducing one's weight, overcoming gravity
• KARIMA – The power of increasing weight and solidity
• PRAPTHI – The power of attaining everything desired
• PRAKAMYAM – The power to overcome and go anywhere such as entering one’s body
• EASATHVAM - Doing whatever one grants
• VASITHVAM - Power of changing course of nature

The 4 petals on the top signify the 4 paths (Vedas- per Ancient Hindu scriptures) and the top-center of the lotus signifies the destination for mankind once they follow the 4 paths.