Nithyananda Sacred Arts

Awakening the World to the Splendor of Indian Temple Arts

Awakening the World to the Splendor of Indian Temple

Artsśilpaṁ hāsminnadhigamyat ya evaṁ veda | yadeva śilpānī |
ātmasanskṛtirvāva śilpāni cchandomayaṁ vā etairyajamāna ātmānaṁ sanskurute ||

“Shilpāni, works of art of man, is the imitation of divine forms. By employing their rhythms, the artisans metrically reconstitute, and interpretthe limitless knowledge of the sacred hymns, from the limits of human ability.”

~ aitareya brahmana, rig veda, 6.5.27

“Nithyananda Sacred Arts is established to preserve, revive and spread the Vedictemple arts, architecture and artefacts for people to live and experience the richconsciousness-based vedic heritage.”

– Paramahamsa Nithyananda




Continuously producing temple structures, deities,  vahanas (vehicles of the deities), flagstaffs, temple jewelry, worship items, kavacham (sacred armors),sacred weapons, deity arches, crowns & jewelry of deities, chariots & thrones as per the Agama Shastra – the oldest available scriptural text of instructions from Lord Shiva.

These sacred creations are sent to all the Nithyananda Hindu Temples and home temples in 33 countries, including Singapore, Malaysia, USA, Canada, Australia and many states of India

Metal 562 statues 17,325 kg
Stone (granite) 2674 statues 1.07 million kg
Marble 482 statues 96,400 kg
Wood 261 statues, vehicles, thrones, etc.
Jewelry & Decoration For 1280 deities
  • Casting of metal deities in Panchaloha (5-metal combination of copper, brass,zinc, tin and gold), involving an elaborate and authentic process of a single mould for every metal casting, employing the following processes:

– Wax modelling of deities- Covering the wax model with mud from the banks of the river Cauvery
– Melting the wax through extremely high temperatures
– Pouring molten metal into the mud mould to cast the deities
– Extracting the  metal  deity  from the mould  and finishing it  through skilled sculpting work

  • Temple arts  in not  only  panchaloha,  but also in  silver,  stone,  sheet  metal,marble and wood.
  • Generating intricate line drawings and crafting the rare sculpting tools that are unavailable in the regular market. Employing the ‘Sithuzhi velai’ – extremely fine and nested carving on metal using extra-fine tools to show ornate details on the deity forms.
  • Using only the coconut palm leaf for all measurements with the vedic unit of measurement called ‘talam’.
  • Training, livelihood and growth opportunities to sthapathis – temple architects– and hundreds of artisans and their families, giving them economic stabilityto continue their family profession over generations.
  • 1 lakh vedic artefacts collected from all over India, rejuvenated and distributed for everyday usage to infuse deeper consciousness and better health into modern day living.


Evolve as an independent city producing vedic temple arts and artefacts fordistribution to the whole world. Produce items for  400 temples within thenext 3 years.

Confer doctorate degrees on the sthapathis and artisans for preserving the apathis and artisans for preserving the invaluable vedic knowledge and skill.