Sri Viswa Viznana Vidya Adhyatmika Peetham was established in Baghdad. It moved to Delhi, India in 1472, where it became involved in court circles of the Mughal Empire. The beheading of Sarmad by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in 1661 created a rift with the congregation. The head, Sri Madin Kabir Sha, moved the institution from Delhi to Hyderabad. King Abul Hasan Qutb Shah of Golkonda gave two jagirs to the congregation in Tuni.
1) To enlighten the human soul with secrets of divinity.
2) To transform the aspirants as model citizens while fulfilling ones noble birth as human beings.
3) To provide peace of mind by conferring soul power to the oppressed and depressed.
4) To rend the veil of illusion of human soul, administer tranquility and transform man into divinity.
5) To teach and preach Monotheism surpassing all hurdles of caste, creed, race, religion and sex through the medium of the noblest Guru and to impart that philosophy in the form of lessons to the members.
6) To propagate this science of philosophy for the total welfare of the mankind to lead them to salvation.
Madin Kabir Sha was the first Peethadhipathi to come to Pithapuram and establish this spiritual organisation. He was a disciple of Abdul-Qadir Gilani (Phirane Pir) the descendant and spiritual successor of Islamic prophet Muhammad.He had followed the preaching of His master, performed great penance and accomplished in it .He had number of disciples.History Reveals that his disciples had requested him to display a miracle in testimony of His Divine power in those days. He accepted their request. Then they brought several cartloads of firewood, made a big pyre at the heart of the town and asked their Great Master to sit on it. With a beautiful smile adoring his personality the Master entered into the fire in an admirable way by the angels and other celestial beings. He had laid himself on the fire for about 24 hours comfortably and came out of it unhurt. The Great Masters lineage had traveled from Baghdad to Persia from there it came to Delhi, then to Hyderabad and then to Pithapuram. At Pithapuram it stood for the fire test, which itself is a testimony to the greatness of this Peetham and its Heads.
He succeeded as the Fourth Peethadhipathi.Sri Kahene Sha vali Sathguru was a great philosopher. History reveals that When he was at tender age (about five years old) His father (Sri Hasan Miya Sha )has left the body and synthesized in cosmic eternity. Hence He was initiated by Sri Akhail- Ali- Sha Sathguru with the Mahamantra and accomplished in transcendentalism. Then with His Master’s blessings He took over the lordship of the Peetham and became Master to many disciples. Since then Sri Akhail- Ali- Sha Sathguru is being honored as Vamsa Guru (The Preceptor of the Great masters Linage). The glory of Sri Kahene Sha vali Sathguru is inexpressible in words. He was (is) capable of performing pleasure trips in both gross and astral worlds. In His tenure He had shown many miracles with His Divine power and foretold many events with His prevision to His disciples. His Monastery is at Tuni (Near Bus Complex). At Present an ashram is also present at that place.The land Was alloted by the Government of Andhra Pradesh to establish this peetham branch near the monastery.
Brahmarishi SriMohiddin Badsha I Sathguru had succeeded as the fifth Peethadhipathi of this institution. During his tenure there were about eight thousand disciples.He was great scholar in Telugu, Parsee and Sanskrit. He wrote many Telugu Divine songs named Para Tathwa Kirtanalu to promote devotion and spiritual knowledge. These songs are melodious, highly meaningful and ever enlightening. Even today the members of this Institution are singing them.
Kavisekhara Dr Umar Alisha (1885 -1945) was the 6th Peethadhipathi of Sri Viswa Viznana Vidya Aadhyatmika Peetham, Pithapuram , He was a great poet, freedom fighter, social reformer, and a parliamentarian.
He was born on 28-2-1985 to Mohiddin Badusha and Chandbi at Pithapuram. He has started writing poetry at the age of 14 years. He was a scholar of Arabic, Persian, Urdu, English and Hindi languages.
1) Sha Tatvam (Telugu)This Book Sha Tatvam (Philosophy) is a fantabulous book on theosophy. This book explicitly speaks and defines how humanity is transformed into divinity, which is the essence of all religions. The words by which it is composed are of the Upanishad (Divine inner voice or revelation ) heard during the process of Bhavaparinama (transformation of the feeling of "Self (I)" into the Cosmic Form)
2) Sha Philosophy Part 1(Translation of Sha philosophy into English)
Sri Mohiddin Badsha II was(born on 1933-07-11 at Pithapuram to Sri Hussain Sha and Ajeemunnisa Begum . He was a scholar in Telugu, Arabic, Urdu, Sanskrit, Parsee and English.He married Fatima Jaharunnisa Begum on 1963-05-19. He had six sons and three daughters. Mohiddin Badsha has taken over the Lordship of Peetham as 8th Head on 1981-09-25 .Due to the old age and ill health of His father Hussain Sha Sathguru and as a future Head of the Institution, He had undertaken the preceptive of the Peetham’s philosophy from 1969.Delivered speeches at many villages of Andhra Pradesh to promote Jnana yoga.
He was the editor-in-chief “Adhyatmika Thatva Prabodham” a spiritual monthly magazine which is now named as “Thatwa Znanamu”. He delivered a reverberating and enchanting speech on 1975-04-12 at Hyderabad during World Telugu Conference and kept the entire audience spell bound.
1) Tatwa Prabhodam (Telugu)The Upanishad, the Divine inner voice has manifested as the speeches of Sri Mohiddin Badsha Sathguru during the process of Bhava Parinama the perceptual evolution into the Cosmic Form are compiled in Tatwa Prabhodam.This compilation collects the flow of nectar of reverberating speeches of by Sri Mohiddin Badsha Sathguru addressed to the members of this Institution at Thursday Congregations and other auspicious occasions.
2) Precept Of Philosophy Part 1 (English)
3) Precept Of Philosophy Part 2 (English) These are the English Translations of Tatwa Prabodham(telugu)
2) Nivedika (An Appraisal) (English)
1 Siripuram,Yeleswaram Mandal
2 Mallepalli,Gandepalle Mandal
3 Bavajipeta,Gokavaram Mandal
4 Chendurthi,Gollaprolu Mandal
5 Katruvulapalli, Jaggampeta Mandal
6 Rajapudi,Jaggampeta Mandal
7 Ramavaram,Jaggampeta Mandal
8 Vengayammapuram,Jaggampeta Mandal
9 Pallipalem,Kajuluru Mandal
10 Geddanapalli,Kirlampudi Mandal
11 Ramachandrapuram,Kirlampudi Mandal
12 Somarayanampeta,Kirlampudi Mandal
13 Appalarajupeta, Kotananduru Mandal
14 Kotta Tungapadu,Mandapeta Mandal
15 Gokivada, Pithapuram Mandal
16 Viravada,Pithapuram Mandal
17 Prathipadu,Prathipadu Mandal
18 Sarabhavaram,Prathipadu Mandal
19 Rajavommangi,Rajavommangi Mandal
20 Tallarevu,Tallarevu Mandal
21 A.Kottapalli,Thondangi Mandal
22 Ontiamamidi,Thondangi Mandal
23 Pampadipeta,Thondangi Mandal
24 Valasapakala,Thondangi Mandal
25 H.Kotturu,Tuni Mandal
26 T.Timmapuram,Tuni Mandal
27 Thetagunta,Tuni Mandal
28 Isukapalli Upparagudem,U.Kottapalli Mandal
29 Nagulapalli,U.Kottapalli Mandal
30 Pata Isukapalli ,U.Kottapalli Mandal
31 Ravanakkapeta,U.Kottapalli Mandal
32 Mallisala,Jaggampeta Mandal
33 Veldurthi,Pithapuram Mandal
34 Kottapeta,Kothapeta Mandal
3.Vekayyapalem, Makavarapalem Mandal
Jeedimetla, Subhashnagar Mandal
2 Ballipadu, Attili Mandal
3 Uradallapalem, Attili Mandal
4 Bhimavaram, Bhimavaram Mandal
5 Relangi, Iragavaram Mandal
6 Jangareddygudem, Jangareddygudem Mandal
7 Narasapuram, Narasapuram Mandal
8 Ravipadu, Pentapadu Mandal
9 Darsiparru, Pentapadu Mandal
10 Khandavalli,Peravali Mandal
11 Kapavaram, Peravali Mandal
12 Dandagarra, Tadepalligudem Mandal
13 Duvva, Tanuku Mandal
14 Komaravaram, Tanuku Mandal
15 Pydiparru, Tanuku Mandal
16 Undrajavaram, Undrajavaram Mandal
17 Chivatam, Undrajavaram Mandal
18 Kannapuram, Buttayagudem Mandal
21 Unakaramilli, Nidadavolu mandal
22 Tadepalligudem, Tadepalligudem Mandal