Introduction to His Holiness the 12th Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathi
- The Uprise of Indhu Religion is the India's Empowerment!
- India's Empowerment is the True welfare of the mankind!
- The True Indhuism is the Siddha Philosophy or the Saivism of Tamils.
- This True Indhuism is existing only in the Divine Tamil Language.
- This True Indhuism is the mother of all the religions of this world.
- This True Indhuism is the mother, base, treasure-house and nursery bed of the religious field itself.
If the truths about this True Indhuism are understood first by the Tamils and then the entire India then all the conflicts, fights, dominations, confusions, unrest, ... will go away from the entire world.
For this purpose only, the Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis emanate from time to time to bring about the renaissance in the Indhuism and function as the Father of Indhuism to protect the entire humanity. This Pathinensiddhar Peedam only gave forth the Indhu religion for the mankind around 43,71,101 BCE.
In this long heredity of Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis, His Holiness Siddhar Arasayogi Karuwooraar, came to work as the 12th Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathi after the eleven (11) Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis who earlier functioned in the similar manner.
His Holiness Siddhar Arasayogi Karuwooraar has been functioning without much fanfare as the Father of the Indhuism.
He has been working hard to bring about the World Equality, Brotherhood, Communistic co-operative society shedding off the caste, race and country differences and feelings.
He has been working to bring about World Religious Renaissance by giving the concepts such as, • Religion is the Social Science, • Religion alone can nurture the true human feelings. • Religion alone can give birth to acceptance, tolerance and responsibility. • Religion alone has the power to bring forth the peacefulness, contentment, satisfaction, ... in the Individual Life, Family Life and Social Life. • Religion can alone give the true meaning of the human life. • Religion alone has the power to channelise the human life's thirsts, hungers, lusts, aggressions, etc. ...... ...... ......