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Welcome to our website of Meppad Madom, the ancient Gupta Peeth which follows Shakta Sampradaya of  Yoga Nagakula  from Yogini Jnananetra Amba and Siddha Yogishwara Kumaras is propagated by Nadanta Ananda Nathar. The mighty Odamgara  and  Vayumkulagarathu Mana Tradition amalgamated with Meppad Madom's heritage, the ancestral and spiritual lineage of Swami Nadanta. 
Meppad Tradition is the antique school of Shaktism, elicted from Shakta Dharma where Krama  Shaktism is extensively trained. Meppad Tradition is embedded in Atharva Veda, ascribed to Pippalada Sakha of Vedic Scholars. Atharva Veda is also deemed as Brahma Veda, Bhaishajya Veda and Kshattra Veda.  Atharvans invoke Bhairavi, the goddess of Nitya Laya ( Pralaya/ Dissolution ) who bears the aspects of Agni, Vidyuth and Surya in their Shakti Samaradhana. She personifies Tapas and Tejas, that blaze away the imperfections in one's psyche.
A legendary Princess who commenced her journey from Ramghat to Mokshaka Parvata in Kannur, North Kerala via Gujarat and Konkan Coastal conveyed Goddess Vindhyavasini Shooilini. When Rajmata's son ascended the throne with the blessings of Lord Dattatreya and Bhargva Rama, she relinquished her material life to metamorphose into Yogini Jnananetra Amba. The aformentioned Yogini is the pioneer of all Somavamshi Royal Families of Kerala as well as Meppd Madom Tradition. After ages, two Suryavamshi Nagakula  warrior brothers from the lineage of Muchukunda, who had kinship with Rajmata decamped in quest of her heritage. They meditated in Sadrai Giri and entered Kerala through Vijaya Giri, raised a hermitage in Kannavam forest. Afterwards these two named by Siddha Yogishwara Kumaras, established Prarastra Kingdom in North Kerala , were also the Raja Guru of Kolathiri who ruled Poozhinadu Swaroopam.
 Siddha Yogishwara Kumaras elaborated Poornadu Swaroopam by constructing fort in Purali Hills. Harichandra, the king of Prarashtra and Muthappan akin to this tradition. Siddha Yogeeswara Kumaras, the guru of Meppad Tradition preached Sri Vidya initiated Siddha Maharatha Krama into the palace of Kolathiri. Meppad Madom had adopted brahmin boys periodically to retain the tradtion and the most recent foster child was  from Kulangara Mana.
 Yoga Nagakula revered Subrahmanya Swami as Kula Guru and Sri Shastha as Kula Nayaka. The Kula Devatas, Sri Porkali Shoolini and  Bhadrakali are adored in one vigraha known as Mukura Prastaram . Srividya Shakta Adhistana Devatha, Bhuvaneshwari is venerated inside the ancestral home, where Devi is visualised on Sri Yantra (Meru) as Bala and Bhadrakali . Porkali, Lord Vishnu and Siddha Lakshmi are worshipped in Thekkini/ Kalari, in Vadakkini and in the Dakshina Padanjitta respectively. In the Nilavara (secret chamber) beneath, Patala Kubji is devoted in a curved granite lamp where sword is kept in front of Bhadrakali/ Kubji Pratyangira. She is evoked with special drum beats (Para Chanda ) Kali mudra and offer Bali for victory. In the South - West part, there is a Mantrika Kalari (Mantra Shala) where goddess of war and medicine Shoolini Bhadrakali, Mantra Moorthies and Matrukas are inducted.
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