The Nandi Way:

Nandi is the bull vahana of the Lord Shiva, meaning happiness, joy, and satisfaction. He is also the guardian deity of Kailash, the abode of Shiva.

He is considered the chief guru of eight disciples of Nandinatha Sampradaya, namely Sanaka, Sanatana, Sanandana, Sanatkumara, Tirumular, Vyagrapada, Patanjali, and Sivayoga Muni. These eight disciples were sent in eight different directions of the world by Nandi, to spread this knowledge

  • Nandi sitting before Shiva Linga signifies that a human being should turn away from Prakruthi and direct all his attention toward God only, that the jiva should always be focused on the Parameshwara. Similarly, we at Nandi School epitomize knowledge in all forms and direct our attention in attaining it.


The bull is a symbol of stability sitting on four legs, representing

  • Satya (Truth),
  • Dharma (Righteousness),
  • Shanti (Peace)
  • Prem (Love).

At Nandi School, we imbibe and represent these virtues in our ethos.