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IFC-Mahavidya English Medium School
Father of ParaTan and Master the Living Goddess Tradition, and founder of the
first Mahavidya Temple in Tamil Nadu, South India
Shri Param Eswaran's primary purpose for incarnating at this time of the Kali Yuga is to
educated young girls and women in the Ancient Wisdom Teachings and practice of
the Goddess, nurturing and supporting them to develop their inner divinity and
reclaim the Living Goddess Tradition. It is written in ancient text that this
time in the Kali Yuga, when the world is in desperate need of the Divine
Mother’s Love, Grace, and Compassion, a new generation of Mothers will be born,
bringing with them the divine attributes of woman’s true power: Love,
Compassion, Grace, Nurturing, Softness, Creativity, and Steadfastness.
Shri Param Eswaran has been given the honorable task by the Divine Mother
Herself to create a safe, loving environment for the next generation of Mothers
to gain the tools and confidence to bless their communities with the Grace and
Love of the Divine Mother, as living Goddesses. For when a Mother is divine the
home is heaven. When she is not, all hell breaks loose!
For scores of centuries Tamil Nadu in Southern India has maintained and
preserved the rich heritage of the planet’s very oldest, continually practiced
Goddess Tradition. In this dark age of the Kali Yuga, the cultural and spiritual
traditions are disappearing to be replaced with morally debased movies and
television programs, violent and sexually explicit imagery in the media and
loud, abrasive, lyrics in disquieting music. Where once Tamil Nadu was proud to
have nurtured an environment where spirituality and the love of the Universal
Mother were evident especially in their film tradition, it is not so today. The
long, poisonous arm of progress and consumer driven westernization is making its
destructive mark even in Tamil Nadu.
With changing priorities and the increasing speed of life, the rich heritage of
India’s Ancient Traditions are not the only things being discarded and left by
the wayside. Our children have been forgotten and in India, where poor families
prefer boys, hundreds of thousands of girls, the Mothers of the next generation
are being disposed of in orphanages across India. The conditions of these
government run institutions are shockingly poor and the spirit of these little
mothers is broken before they even have a chance. They are orphans and treated
as one, not being exposed to all the rich culture that Tamil Nadu has to offer.
They are considered and treated as sub-human; therefore they do not get chances.
In the name of the Divine Mother and with the blessing of Her Grace, Shri Param
is offering them a chance. He is currently adding to his center on the outskirts
of Killankulum, a small village in rural Tamil Nadu, to make room for ten little
orphan girls. It is his mission to preserved the rich spiritual and cultural
tradition of India and provide a nurturing, loving, encouraging environment
where these orphan girls receive the benefit of learning the Ancient Fine Arts
of Sangeethum, Bharatanatyam and being raised with the wisdom of Ayurveda and
Ahimsa. As a new generation of divine mothers raised within the living goddess
tradition, they will become role models for women in India and around the world.
Sangeethum or Sugama Sangeetha is alternately called light music, and is a
semi-classical form of India music. It is the finest of the fine arts and helps
to develop the voice for more effective vocalization and resonance in the
pronunciation of mantras. Recitation of mantras helps one increase tone quality
of inner subtle vibrations along the nadi system. Sangeetha was mystically
gifted to humanity by Lord Shiva himself as an art form to tune one’s inner
sounds with the sounds of the universe, thus balancing the body’s vibrations.
Bharatanatyam is a sacred dance form described as “sheer poetry in motion”. This
2000 years classical Indian dance traces it’s origins to the document called the
Natyasastra, considered to be the fifth of the Vedas, recorded by the saint
Bharatha Bharatanatyam is characterized by the unhindered flow of bhava
(emotion), raga (melody), and tala (rhythm). The rigorous discipline needed to
develop in this fine art form is ideal in building character and personal codes
of conduct that will take the girls far in life.
Ahimsa is a Sanskrit word for non-violence. Although it is rarely spoken about
today, it is a part of India’s heritage, made known to the world by Gandhi’s
famous effort in the 1940’s. The ParaTan lifestyle is steeped in the ancient
traditions of Ayurveda, which harmoniously align one’s internal cycles with the
natural rhythms of life. Ayurveda is India’s oldest form of healing and
medicine, yet it too is disappearing to be replaced with the destructive forces
of western Allopathic medicine which cause chaos in the mind, body and spirit.
Ayurvedic knowledge guides us to live in balance with nature and nurture our
mind body and spirit. Thus these girls will grow up with a non-violent, life
affirming healing tradition that is their birth right.
In addition to being regularly exposed to the benefits of their rich traditional
heritage, these girls apart from learning Tamil, will also learn English and
Hindi. Most schools in Tamil Nadu first and foremost teach Tamil. Due to the
ignorance of the government and their political interest in gaining leverage for
themselves and their elite communities, the unfortunate result is that children
in Tamil Nadu are not given the opportunity to learn Hindi, the National
language. Although they have written and spoken English classes in all
government schools, most teachers do not even speak the language. These are
referred to as Tamil Medium Schools. The title of English Medium School
indicates that English is the main language used and taught. Although Tamil is a
classical language rich in its expression, without speaking the national
language or English, these orphan girls and hundreds of thousands of children
must resign themselves to live and work within Tami Nadu, and not enjoy the full
benefit of being an India. The orphan girls at IFC’s Mahavidya English Medium
School will learn English and also Hindi, apart from Tamil, so they will have the choice to gain
employment outside of Tamil Nadu in India, or abroad. This is a privilege
generally available only to middle class children.
Shri Param and Sri Devanayagi’s goal is to accept Little Goddesses between
the age of three and six to live at the center every year for the next ten years. At
this young age it will be easiest for them to adapt to changes in their
environment and accept new opportunities. With donated funds and the fees he
receives from his students when conducting ParaTan –Healing-Circles and
workshops abroad and at the IFC center in India, Shri Param will expand the
property by adding one more classroom each year. As of July 2007 we have room
for the 10 children, and a class room due to a generous donation of Aernout
Kruijswijk from The Netherlands. When I return to India in October my donations
will furnish the classroom.. This will establish a full English Medium School.
Once this is in place the second phase will begin.
After the English Medium School is established our intention is to further
expand it into a Teacher Training College for Indian students. This provides
more opportunity and benefit for the young generations. Once the youngest girls
have been educated and grown through the years of the expansion of the English
Medium School, they will be ready to be trained as teachers, to teach and
nurture the next younger generation of orphan girls aka Goddesses in training.
At the very least this will provide precious opportunity for the young goddesses
to be trained as teachers and qualified for highly sought after well-paying
positions for which speaking Hindi and English are pre-requisites. Furthermore,
in today’s world computer skills are mandatory for one to advance in education
and in the work force. Thus computer skills will also be taught. Should any of
the young women wish to teach at the Teacher Training College, further education
will be available to them due to their early training and education with us.
When Shri Param first settled on the outskirts of Killankulum in 2003, he did so
with the intention of helping empower the youngsters of the next generation by
educating them to grow and better themselves and therefore be better equipped to
make a difference in their communities and someday pass on their education-born
privileges to their own children. However, after four years of spending
countless hours, rupees, and resources educating, clothing, feeding, and
exposing local village children to the many options available, he noticed a
re-occurring pattern preventing them from truly receiving the benefit of all
that he and his divine wife Devanayagi provide and share with them. The local
children have families in the nearby village and inevitably feel their true home
is with their families in the village. The un-hygienic practices and collective
thinking of village life prevent the children at IFC from making changes
necessary to make themselves eligible for opportunities outside of the limited
options available to people of their tribe and caste. Shri Param’s conclusion
is: In order for the children to receive the most benefit at IFC, they must make
IFC their true home and sever old ways of thinking and behaving. This gives
space for them to develop and embrace new, empowering behavior and thinking,
really receive the support available and make strides ahead in intellectual and
When Shri Param’s divine wife Devanayagi gave birth to their little goddess
Yogeswari, they were inspired to further expand their family by adopting orphan
girls. Both Shri Param and Devanayagi (nursing sister) are accustomed to western
standards of hygiene and education. The orphan girls will not only provide big
sister playmates for Yogeswari, but they are assured to receive high quality
care set by the standard Shri Param and Devanayagi hold for their baby goddess.
As Shri Param’s ParaTan Teachings are truly about Women as living goddesses,
and divine Mothers, between him, Devanayagi, Yogeswari, his ParaTan students
and the extended village family, the orphan girls are guaranteed a loving family
The nature of ParaTan is to awaken and activate the Divine Feminine within,
whose primary qualities are: LOVE, GRACE, and COMPASSION. The nature of love is
expansive, giving, and sharing, therefore the more love we give, the more we
benefit. As a living embodiment of the Mother’s Divine Love, Shri Param teaches
that each of us are like artists. We use others as canvases to express the art
of our love, not waiting around to be thanked or appreciated. With so much love
to share, these orphan girls will benefit from receiving and learning the true
arts of love. The Teachings of Para Tan reveal that it is spiritually enriching
and advantageous to embrace the opportunity of sharing love with others,
especially children who need to be loved and nurtured.
Creating an environment where future generations of Mothers may be loved,
nurtured and supported in the growth process of embodying their true power as
women, Divine Mothers, is a tremendous honor. It is places like this that must
take root around the world to bring the planet’s energy back into alignment with
the Love, Nurturing and Compassion of the Divine Feminine.
Please consider making a contribution to this effort and add your shoulder to
the wheel that will turn the tide of the future from bleak to hopeful. Donating
to a charity such as this is much more than just a tax-write-off! By adding your
valuable dollars or Euros you make hope available to these little mothers and to
the future of Earth. This is a unique opportunity for individuals or businesses
to make contributions and share in the blessing of making this vision a reality.
Currently the primary financing for all IFC-Mahavidya project comes directly
from Shri Param, who uses funds raised by his Teaching of ParaTan. The benefit
of those who attend Healing Circles, workshops, and/or undergo Tantric Teacher
Training goes not only to them as individuals, but places opportunity directly
into the lives of those who would otherwise receive less than nothing.
With the blessings and Divine Grace of the Mother, and our hard work and
persistence, IFC-Mahavidya Girls Orphanage and English Medium School will become
an example of the rich Tamil culture and heritage. It will be a desperately
needed model where the generosity of others provides the opportunity for
underprivileged girls, and a place sacred to the Goddess, where a new generation
of Mothers are created. The girls will possess all the fine arts and Grace a
Mother needs to nurture her children. The Divine Mother blessed the human race
with all the tools to live in harmony and balance with ourselves, each other,
and the environment. It is up to each of us to use them!
Our vision at IFC is to use these tools to empower little girls so they may bud
and bloom into beautiful lotuses and powerful women as embodiments of the Divine
Love, Grace, and Compassion. Girls are the most unwanted children in India. In a
world losing touch with true feminine power, we are calling upon the grace and
goodness in each of you to make this utopia a living reality. Let us turn the
tide together and create a nurturing environment to create the next generation
of Mothers. We are providing the tools. It’s up to you to help us apply them. We
are all born from the womb of the Goddess and it is in Her arms we are cradled
upon our deathbed and into her (Mother Earth’s) womb we return upon our final
transition in this body. Please review the options below and contact us today to
help us gain momentum in changing the tides of despair to a new age of true
• Learn your true life purpose and be guided to reclaim your inner divinity by
Shri Param. Come to IFC-Mahavidya in Tamil Nadu for a six month Teacher
Training, change your life and give orphan girls a chance.
• Be a bright light in your own community! Organize ParaTan-Sound-Healing
workshops in your area. Host Shri Param so he may conduct
ParaTan-Sound-Healing-Circles where profoundly deep healing is available to all
• Make a monthly donation for expanding IFC-Mahavidya facilities to make room
for and provide the chance of many lifetimes for more orphan girls.
• Be a guardian angel for one special girl of your choice and assure her
development by making regular monthly or annual donations.
• Collect and gather toys, clothes, books etc., which you think will assist the
girls in expanding horizons and supporting their growth.
• Volunteer your time and join us in India for a spell, to work with the girls
• Use your network of friends and relatives and spread the word about
IFC-Mahavidya Girls Orphanage and English Medium School. Share the options to
support this endeavor with them.
We look forward to working with you!
On the top right-hand corner of this page you will
find the sound of the Goddesses, Bija sound that are used during ParaTan
sound healing. An Inner Tantric practice, deeper tradition of Tantra,
its multidimensional vision of the Divine and its transformative practices
of bija mantra that take us far beyond the outer models of how Tantra is
usually presented today
The Mahavidya Inner Health Center 3778-A (TKT.1) Jalan RJ 6/11 Taman Rasah Jaya,
Seremban NS, Malaysia, 70300
Mother Center Mahavidya Temple 1/244 Killankulam village,
Periayur Taluk, Madurai district,
Tamil Nadu, India
LOVE IS THE POWER OF THE UNIVERSE and it is only through the light and way
of love that we may raise our vibration and reclaim our inner divinity. Para Tan
utilizes ancient sacred sounds to break up cellular memory and circulate Shakti
aka LOVE aka SOUND through the body. This feeling of love is the orgasmic bliss
of cosmic union with divinity within and around us.