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California State Senate Recognizes KAILASA and Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam, Proclaims ‘Nithyananda Day’

California State Senate Recognizes KAILASA and Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam, Proclaims ‘Nithyananda Day’

The Californian state senate has today recognized,

The Sovereign State of SHRIKAILASA

Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam as the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism

The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam as the Soverign of the Sovereign State of SHRIKAILASA

The Californian Senate has also proclaimed the day of January 3, 2022 – as per the gregorian calendar, the incarnation day of SPH – as the Nithyananda Day.

Manifest Moksha Pathavi and Shivajnana Pathavi of Paramaśiva through the Navratri Vratha

Manifest Moksha Pathavi and Shivajnana Pathavi of Paramaśiva through the Navratri Vratha

Administrative Directive 10119 of October 06, 2021

By the authority vested in me as The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism and the Head of the Ancient Enlightened Hindu Civilizational Nation, the Kailasa, by the Constitution and the laws of Sanatana Hindu Dharma as ordained by Paramaśiva in Vedas and Agamas, it is hereby ordered as follows

Section 1. Purpose:

Navaratri, one of the most celebrated festivals of Vedic tradition, is an occasion to connect with the feminine form of the Divine. ‘Nava’ means nine and ‘ratri’ means night. Mahalaya Ammavasya to Vijaya Dashami (October 5, 2021 to October 15, 2021) when  Devi fought nine nights and destroyed all the demons, the tenth day, had a coronation and relaxed in freedom. These ten days make one intense in all ways. If you are negative, you become intensely negative; if you are positive you become intensely positive. When one retains the intensity for these nine days, perfection in action and in in-action; freedom in in-action, responsibility of action happens. Decide, these nine nights and ten days – everything, you will do it with intense awareness. During this Navaratri, you will experience a breakthrough where you feel the timeless or boundary-less time, which gives you freedom, which makes you experience freedom. 

Devi Paramashakti in the Devi-mahatmyam portion of the Markandeya Purana gives the boon to all beings: 

ॐ इत्थं यदा-यदा बाधा दानवोत्था भविष्यति। तदा तदावतीर्यां करिष्याम्यरिसंक्षयम् ॐ ।। 

itthaṃ yadā yadā bādhā dānavōtthā bhaviṣyati॥tadā tadāvatīryāhaṃ kariṣyāmyarisaṅkṣayam 

“Whenever trouble arises due to the advent of the demons , I shall incarnate and destroy the foes.”
Chapter -11 verse – 55

Navaratri is the time to reawaken one’s own forgotten powers through intense vrathas. The first three days of Navaratri are meant for completion with the destroyer energy, or Durga energy. The next three days are spent in completion with Lakshmi energy, the energy responsible for creativity, wealth and well being. The last three days of Navaratri are meant for completion with Sarasvati, the energy responsible for knowledge and wisdom. The rituals, dances and festivity connected with Navaratri helps in healing relationships. The tenth day of the festival is celebrated as Dushehra or Vijaya Dashami, symbolizing the victory of consciousness over negative influences or Moksha Pathavi (state of liberation), Shivajnana Pathavi (state of establishing oneself in the ultimate knowledge).

KAILASA commits to spiritually enrich and en-reach Hindus around the world to empower them to manifest Moksha Pathavi (state of liberation), Shivajnana Pathavi (state of establishing oneself in the ultimate enlightenment) during this auspicious and intense period of Navarathri to combat the direct and indirect effects the paralaya, that has taken the form of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, has on the consciousness of human beings.

Manifesting as Iraiyanar Sundaresan, I have filled all of you with awakened consciousness, and bestowed the Truth by showing the way to conscious acts, showing greatness, showing KAILASA. As Iraiyanar Sundaresan, I have manifested, grown and blossomed here and graced humanity with auspiciousness and goodness. With the great grace of Ganapati, I order the Federal government of KAILASA to commence the Navaratri Utsav auspiciously with the auspicious Mandagapadi (offering the traditional and ceremonial obeisance) from KAILASA’s Nithyanandeshwara Hindu temples worldwide, that blesses the whole world with auspiciousness.
On this occasion of Navaratri, to receive the Grace of Iraiyanar Sundaresan, to receive the Ultimate Grace of Parameshwari, for Parandhama to give all auspiciousness, I, Paramashiva Paramporul, shower My Grace.

Section 2. Policy:

It is the policy of KAILASA to recognise the need of humanity to manifest awakened consciousness through the tapas (penance) for Moksha Pathavi (state of liberation), Shivajnana Pathavi (state of establishing oneself in the ultimate knowledge) revealed by Iraiyanar Sundaresan.

It is the policy of KAILASA to recognise the need of humanity to manifest awakened consciousness through the tapas (penance) for Moksha Pathavi (state of liberation), Shivajnana Pathavi (state of establishing oneself in the ultimate knowledge) revealed by Iraiyanar Sundaresan.

Herewith, I bless and order the initiation of the following course of action from this Navaratri day (October 5, 2021) to Dashami (October 15, 2021) with the assistance of all de facto spiritual embassies, legations, consular offices, Hindu Temples, Monasteries, Satsang Temples, Pādukā Mandirs, Satsang Centres, Micronations, Paramaśiva Senā Śākhās, healing centres, franchisee campuses, Hindu Universities and schools worldwide:

I. I direct the citizens of KAILASA and the Hindu diaspora to commence the Kedara Gowri Vratha (fasting);

Kedara Gowri Vratha was observed by Devi Parashakthi Herself when she wanted to become part of Bhagavan Paramaśiva’s body. Pleased by Devi’s austerities Bhagavan Paramaśiva gives the left part of His body to Devi and becomes Bhagavan Ardhanaareeshwara. The Vratha is then called Kedhara Gauri vrata since Devi Gowri observed it.

This Kedara Gowri Vratha is observed by installing Lord Kedhaareeshvaraswami in a filled pot (kalasham) and making a roof (mantapa) above the kalasham. Vratha threads – 21 fibers having 21 knots are made and 16 courtesy worship (danadava pranam) is performed. On the culmination day, in a clean decorated area with the kalasham over the grains spread in a banana leaf and various food and fruits are devotionally offered to Bhagavan Paramaśiva and then donated to others.

II. During, this Navaratri, I order the Sovereign Order of KAILASA and the Hindus worldwide to make the food that is already inside the body as the havis (an offering as oblation in fire) for the body by making the sound vibration of ‘Paramaśiva Paramaśiva Paramaśiva’ with great devotion as vedic mantras, and by consuming only hot water as ghee (clarified butter);

लङ्घनेन क्षयं नीते दोषे सन्धुक्षितेऽनले||१४०||

laṅghanēna kṣayaṁ nītē dōṣē sandhukṣitē’nalē||140||

Langhana reduces the aggravated dosha and stimulates the agni

Caraka Samhita, chikitsa sthana 3.141

The Jataragni in your Manipuraka Chakra (third chakra located at the navel) digests life and food. The Jataragni in the stomach digests not only the food one eats, but it has the power to digest even one’s body parts. That is why, the liver, lungs, heart, get continuously rejuvenated. All the organs in the body get renewed by the Jataragni. When the Jataragni is overloaded, when it is not able to complete its responsibility, that is when one feels depression. Depression is induced when the Jataragni is overloaded. The muscle memory and bio memory, both get digested by your Jataragni. When the Jataragni is awakened, not only what one eats is digested, but even the fat which one collects gets digested. If the Jataragni is clean and pure fire, like the pure lamp of a garbha mandir of a temple, the whole fire will reach the Sahasrara Chakra (seventh chakra located at the crown of the head) and the practitioner will reach turiya and turiyatita states of highest conscious existence. More Jataragni develops deep trust on life. Through Jataragni the body will be completely fresh, alive, active, and all internal organs will be healed. Talking to Paramaśiva within oneself intensely kindles the Jataragni and it becomes Paramaśiva Agni.

The ‘hot water as ghee’ fast should be observed with the consultation of a medical expert. The purpose of fasting is to avoid intake of food or drink for as long as possible. Hence, even drinking hot water is a licensed activity in water fasting, one should drink water only when they are completely thirsty.

The following are the guidelines which will help one follow the hot water fast optimally:

  1. Luke warm water is best consumed in the morning times;
  2. It is ideal to drink cold water from 11am onward because in the afternoon, Pitta is more dominant;
  3. Practice enema to cleanse the toxins from the intestines to stimulate the liver and the stomach;
  4. Very hot water is best avoided as it increases appetite;
  5. As a general rule, any fasting should not be ended with heavy food;

Water fasting, a natural detox method helps to cleanse the stomach to rest the enzyme secretions, the intestines, and the entire digestive tract, in Ayurvedic terms, it helps relieve ‘Ama’ or undigested food.

By intensely following this Vratha the Yajna (homa-fire ritual) in your Jataragni (fire in the stomach) is thoroughly nurtured and manifests as Shivajnanagni (Paramaśiva’s fire of knowledge) melting the body making the inner light of a being glow radiantly on the outside; Be in hunger till the ‘fold in your hip dissolves’ or the fat on your hip naturally subsides;

III. Be in solitude until the dress in your hip bears no stains

योगी युञ्जीत सततमात्मानं रहसि स्थित: |
एकाकी यतचित्तात्मा निराशीरपरिग्रह: ||6.10||

yogī yuñjīta satatamātmānaṃ rahasi sthita: |
ekAkI yatacittAtmA nirAzIraparigraha: ||6.10||

A Yogī should always try to concentrate his mind on the Supreme Self; situated in a secluded place, he should carefully control his mind without being attracted by anything and should be free from the feeling of possessiveness.

Bhagavad Gita 6.10

We no longer have the courage to face ourselves. We have forgotten the sweetness of solitude. Being with others is just a way of escaping from oneself. Enlightenment is all about going from loneliness to aloneness. Just being comfortable within your own boundary, your body. During this Navaratri, Live in solidarity till the dress in your hip bears no stains and manifest living enlightenment;

IV. Be awake until all answers are cleared in your being;

या निशा सर्वभूतानां तस्यां जागर्ति संयमी |
यस्यां जाग्रति भूतानि सा निशा पश्यतो मुने: ||2.69||

yā niśā sarvabhūtānāṃ tasyāṃ jāgarti saṃyamī |
yasyāṃ jāgrati bhūtāni sā niśā paśyato mune: ||2.69||

The self–controlled man lies awake in that which is night to all beings. That in which all beings are awake is the night for the sage who sees.

Bhagavad Gita 2.69

By your nature, you are timeless, nameless, formless, but the engrams create the name, form, time – the world. So you, when your nature takes over you, takes over your nervous system, it reminds itself, recoils itself, recalls itself, to its nature; so the tent is packed, the packed tent. See the open tent is the waking state, tent getting dismantled is the dream state, the packed tent is the deep sleep state. Reducing the engram into thought is one of the most powerful processes for sleeping your way to enlightenment. During this Navaratri Vratha, Be awake until all answers are cleared in your Being; 

I am therefore issuing a call to action where the following assignments of responsibility shall be exercised in furtherance of the policy described above:

I. KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaboration with KAILASA’s Department Of Human Services, KAILASA’s Department Of Enlightened Civilization, all defacto embassies of KAILASA, sixty-four Sovereign Orders of KAILASA and such representatives of other executive departments, agencies, offices and all other government bodies shall;

  1. Organize a global initiative to enrich and bring awareness to Navaratri Vratha as ordered by the Sundareshvara Paramporul manifesting through me with the necessary assistance of legations, consular offices, Hindu Temples, Monasteries, Satsang Temples, Pādukā Mandirs, Satsang Centres, Micronations, Paramaśiva Senā Śākhās, healing centres, franchisee campuses, Hindu Universities and schools;
  2. Encourage participants to consult with their physicians before participating in the Navatari Vratha;
  3. Coordinate with KAILASA’s international humanitarian agency of Red Om, in its mission to eradicate world hunger through enabling and practising the Science of Navatari Vratha;

II. KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaboration with KAILASA’s Department Of Education shall;

  1. In strict compliance with the – all knowledge is free – clause of – Paramashiva economic policy – laid down in the Veda Agamas, provide a comfortable, smooth, user-friendly registration process to access the Navaratri Vratha online and offline through KAILASA’s Nithyananda University;
  2. Promote awareness campaigns to educate Hindus on the benefits and authenticity of the science of manifesting divine feminine consciousness though time tested authentic Navaratri Vratha through online and offline courses, initiatives, demonstrations and programs;
  3. Outline and highlight the importance of ‘detoxification and purification of the body’ through Navaratri Vratha as described in the Ved-Āgamas;
  4. Develop interactive and visual educational measures to increase awareness on the need to adopt the Navaratri Vratha and its numerous health benefits in collaboration with ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Affordable and Holistic Healthcare;
  5. Work with medical scientists to validate the initiative of Navaratri Vrathas scientifically thereby increasing receptivity in the medical, scientific and academic communities;

III. KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaboration with KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting shall;

  1. Document, record and archive history in the making, to validate, enrich and inspire the future generations to continue to keep the science of Navatari Vratha alive;
  2. Enrich humanity through the spontaneous testimonials of the Hindus who have experienced breakthroughs through the Navatari Vratha;
  3. Increase the accessibility of KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship and ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Mystical and Spiritual Sciences digital services;
  4. In collaboration with KAILASA’s Department of  Education enable resources towards the compilation of the detailed and elaborate science of Navaratri Vrathas and make it available through digital means;
  5. Create a seamless, user friendly interface for the enrollment of all e-citizens of KAILASA in the Nithyananda Hindu University’s Navatari Vratha course which is accessible and available digitally in various languages;
  6. Make available the details and guidelines of the Navatari Vratha through online means;
  7. Document the auspiciousness and goodness that the practitioners of the Navatari Vratha experience through the course of 15 days;

IV. KAILASA’s Department Of Health and KAILASA’s Department Of Agriculture in collaboration with ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Alternative and Holistic Medicine shall;

  1. In collaboration with KAILASA’s Department of Education shed light on the effect of Navatari Vratha on the human body and its detoxifying effects through the sacred science of Ayurveda (Hindu Medicinal Science);
Section 3. Establishment of a KAILASA’s Navratri Vratha Working Group:

I am therefore issuing a call to action where the following asKAILASA’s Navratri Vratha Working Group will primarily be headed by the Secretary of KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaborating with KAILASA’s Department of Human Services, ​​KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting, KAILASA’s Department of Enlightened Civilisation, KAILASA’s Department of Education including ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Rituals, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Sciences, Shrikailasa Uniting Nations for Consciousness Studies and Practice and ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Restoring Spiritual Legitimacy, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Freedom of Religious Belief, and such representatives of other executive departments, agencies, and offices, from time to time, designate with the concurrence of the head of the department, agency, or office concerned.

KAILASA’s Navaratri Vratha Working Group is thereby established to facilitate the tapas for Moksha Pathavi (state of liberation) and Shivajnana Pathavi (state of establishing oneself in the ultimate knowledge) revealed by Iraiyanar Sundaresan for humanity. 

The Working Group shall ensure that individuals responsible for all religious vrathas under their jurisdiction are aware of their obligations. The Working Group shall ensure that individuals responsible for such religious vrathas are aware that compliance with these obligations is mandatory, including the obligation to provide an appropriate combination of  Vedic practices complimenting modern research endorsing the Truth that every Vedic ritual is scientific to its root, with evidence. The Working Group, as appropriate and consistent with applicable law, prioritize the allocation of proper resources to programs and activities.

Section 4. Responsibilities of a KAILASA’s Navratri Vratha Working GroupMembership and Establishment of KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship Working Group:

Within 24 hours of the date of this order, the Working Group shall develop and submit a report that outlines a plan for service coordination between all relevant stakeholders and executive departments and agencies (agencies) to provide Hindus with the access to the Navratri Vratha initiative and its related courses.

Section 5. General Provisions:
  1. Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:
    • the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or
    • the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.
  2. This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.
  3. This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against KAILASA, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, volunteers, or any other person, or against any nation’s integrity or laws.

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Prāyāścittavidhi for the shortage of Pūjadravya in the Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja As Proclaimed By Bhagavan Nithyanandeshwara Paramaśiva

Prāyāścittavidhi for the shortage of Pūjadravya in the Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja As Proclaimed By Bhagavan Nithyanandeshwara Paramaśiva

Administrative Directive 10118 of October 04, 2021

By the authority vested in me as The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism and the Head of the Ancient Enlightened Hindu Civilizational Nation, the Kailasa, by the Constitution and the laws of Sanatana Hindu Dharma as ordained by Paramaśiva in Vedas and Agamas, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Background:

The ancient enlightened civilization of Sanatana Hindu Dharma, has gifted the world the highest understandings of sciences, mathematics, astronomy, medicine, yoga, grammar, astrology, and above all, the sacred science of ritualistic worship through Pūja. Pūja is the core component of Sanatana Hindu Dharma and every human being’s fundamental right to access the divine. Pūja is the time tested, foolproof methodology to live a life of bliss, ecstasy and powerfulness by welcoming the Divine into our inner space and awakening the superconsciousness. The essence of all knowledge repositories of Hinduism- Veda, Vedanta, Āgama, Āgamanta, Yoga, Yoganta, Siddha, Siddhanta, Tantra, Tantranta – and all the scriptures of Hinduism can be realised with the performance of sincere Pūja. 

The nectarine space of Pūja fills the being with the biomemory, bioenergy and the very DNA of the Iṣṭa-devatā manifesting the state, space, powers and being of the Divine! The fruit of Pūja is devotion and the fruit of devotion is Pūja. Pūja offered with integrity and gratitude, nurtures the seed of devotion and grows into advita (non-dualism or oneness) with one’s Iṣṭa-devatā (worshipper’s favourite deity) and helps in manifesting unimaginable breakthroughs in health, wealth, relationship, and life itself are expressed and extraordinary spiritual powers are gifted. There are numerous instances demonstrating all great contributions of Hindus through the years due to their devout attachment to Pūja. 

Pūja is the overflowing of deep devotion (or bhakti) expressed by welcoming one’s Iṣṭa-devatā and celebrating their presence and blessings in our life, with at most care, adoration and reverence. This sacred form of expressing gratitude to the Divine is performed in accordance with the detailed procedures and techniques elaborately outlined in Ved-Āgamas. After receiving the initiation from Guru, failing to perform Pūja as per the set procedures outlined in  Ved-Āgamas puts the practitioner in the course of Prāyāścitta which is based on realization and completion and realignment to the Ultimate. Hence any miss or non alignment to the mandate in Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale is realigned with prayaschitta which acts as a reminder rather than a punishment.

Section 2. Policy:

It is the policy of KAILASA to guide humanity to attain the space of Oneness with the Divine through the euphoric celebration of performing Pūja through the tutelage of the ancient scriptures of Hinduism, in which, Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale specifically sets out comprehensive and meticulous description of the specific oblations that need to be offered in Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja and the repercussions of the shortage of offerings.

  1. Nitya Pūjas are obligatory rituals required of a person which creates dharma and destroys sins (fruits of bad deeds), leads to intense desire for liberation and to ways for achieving it. Thus the seeker sheds ignorance and becomes firmly rooted in Atman. Nitya Pūjas include – daily Guru Pūja, Paramaśiva Pūja, Iṣṭa-devatā, Prārabdha Pūja, etc.
  2. Naimittika Pūjas are performed occasionally a few times per year. This includes rituals during festivals or special events like bramotsavams, festivals, birth, death, śrāddha ceremony, grahana ṭharpanam, naming ceremony, thread ceremony, and other pitru karmas.
  3. Kamya Pūjas are often performed, but in anticipation of specific fruits of action and for fulfilment of desires such as to have a progeny – Dasharatha’s ‘putrakāmeśṭi yāga’or yajnas performed for rains, etc.

Nitya, Naimittika and Kāmya Pūja are performed to attain, experience and manifest the state, space, powers, being, superconsciousness of the Ultimate Supreme.

णित्ये नैमित्तिके कम्ये पद्यदिद्रव्य हिनके । तद् अन्गे व भवेल् लोके तत् तद् द्रव्यविनशनम् ॥ ३०।२१०

Nitye naimittike kāmye pādyādidravya hīnake | tad aṅge vā bhavel loke tat tad dravyavināśanam || 30.210

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

The Prāyāścittavidhi of Kāmikāgama warns that if there is a shortage of Pūjadravya (specific material or necessities for worship) in following three Pūjas, there will be a corresponding shortage of those specific dravyas (substances or materials) in the world.

पाद्यद्रव्ये तद् अङ्गे वा विहीने पादरोगता |

pādyadravye tad aṅge vā vihīne pādarogatā |

Not providing pādyadravya causes diseases of the feet in the world.

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Pādyadravya or Pādya refers to “the offering of water for washing divine feet”

Kriya (action) to be performed while providing pādyadravya : Take an uddharini (spoon) full of water in your clean palms and offer it at the deity’s sacred feet while chanting the appropriate mantra. The nonperformance of which during pūja would cause diseases of the feet in the world.

Pādyadravya or Pādya refers to “the offering of water for washing divine feet”

Kriya (action) to be performed while providing pādyadravya : Take an uddharini (spoon) full of water in your clean palms and offer it at the deity’s sacred feet while chanting the appropriate mantra. The nonperformance of which during pūja would cause diseases of the feet in the world.

तद् वद् आचमनाङ्गे वा मुखरोगो भविष्यति ||

tad vad ācamanāṅge vā mukharogo bhaviṣyati ||

Shortage of ācamanadravya causes diseases of the mouth. 

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Ācamanadravya refers to “the offering of water for mouthwash”

Kriya (action) to be performed while providing ācamanadravya : Take an uddharini (spoon) full of water in your clean palms and offer it at the deity’s sacred feet while chanting the appropriate mantra. The underperformance of which during pūja would cause diseases of the mouth.

शिरस्य् अर्घ्ये तदङ्गे वा हीने रोगो भवेद् ध्रुवम् | दूर्वापुष्पाक्षतैर् हीने तद् अङ्गे तत् फलम् ध्रुवम् ||

śirasy arghye tadaṅge vā hīne rogo bhaved dhruvam | dūrvāpuṣpākṣatair hīne tad aṅge tat phalam dhruvam ||

Shortage of arghyadravya or kuśa grass, flowers and akṣata causes diseases of the head.

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Arghyadravya refers to “the offering of the traditional bouquet”, Kuśa grass (Desmostachya bipinnata) the most sacred of grasses offered during Pūjas, fresh flowers and Akṣata which refers to “turmeric mixed rice”. 

Kriya (action) to be performed while providing arghyadravya : Take the arghya/ kuśa grass/ fresh flowers/ akṣata  in your clean palms and offer it to the deity while chanting the appropriate mantra. The underperformance of any of these four offerings during pūja would cause diseases of the head.

अभ्यङ्गादिविहीने तु भवेयुस् सरुजा नराः |

abhyaṅgādivihīne tu bhaveyus sarujā narāḥ |

If the liṅga is without anointing of oil, the common people will be afflicted with disease

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Kriya (action) to be performed: Take the necessary amount of pūja oil in your clean palms and smear it generously on the Linga while chanting the appropriate mantra. If the Linga is barren of oil during the pūja, it would cause the common people to be afflicted with disease.

पञ्चगव्यविहीने तु हीने पञ्चामृते’ङ्गके ||

pañcagavyavihīne tu hīne pañcāmṛte’ṅgake || 

Shortage of pañcagavya or pañcāmṛta causes destruction of those ingredients in the world, without doubt. 

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Pañcagavya refers to the “mix of five cow-derivatives” of cow milk, curd, cow ghee, gomutra (cow urine) and cow dung. Pañcāmṛta refers to the “mix of five ambrosial ingredients” (yoghurt, milk, ghee, honey and sugar). Kriya (action) to be performed while providing pañcagavya and pañcāmṛta: Take the necessary amount of pañcagavya and pañcāmṛta in your clean palms and offer it to the deity while chanting the appropriate mantra. The shortage of offering of either of the two during pūja would, without a doubt, cause destruction of those ingredients in the world.

तत् तद् द्रव्यविनाशस् तु भवेल् लोके न संशयः | गन्धादाने ’ङ्गवैकल्ये पुष्पादाने तद् अङ्गके ||

tat tad dravyavināśas tu bhavel loke na saṁśayaḥ | gandhādāne ’ṅgavaikalye puṣpādāne tad aṅgake || 

Similarly, shortage of chandanam, flowers and other fragrant ingredients will surely cause the destruction of those materials in the world.

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Kriya (action) to be performed: Take the necessary amount of chandanam/flowers/ /other fragrant ingredients in your clean palms and offer it to the deity while chanting the appropriate mantra. The shortage of chandanam or Indian sandalwood (Santalum album), fresh flowers, and other fragrant ingredients during the pūja would, surely, cause the destruction of these materials in the world.

तत् तद् द्रव्यविनाशो हि भवेल् लोके मुनीश्वराः | धूपे ’दत्ते तद् अङ्गे वा हीने स्याद् घोररोगता ||

tat tad dravyavināśo hi bhavel loke munīśvarāḥ | dhūpe ’datte tad aṅge vā hīne syād ghorarogatā ||

If there is a deficiency in dhūpa and similar offerings, there will be terrible disease.

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Dhūpa refers to “the offering of fragrant incense”. Kriya (action) to be performed: Take the lit incense sticks/coil/cone in your clean hands and slowly wave it towards the deity while ringing the bell with your left hand and chanting the appropriate mantra. Incense is a substance that is burned for its sweet, aromatic smell. The insufficiency of dhūpa and similar offerings would  lead to terrible disease.

घण्टायास् ताडने हीने पिशाचै राक्षसादिभिः | पीडयन्ते सोपसर्गाश् च जायन्ते तन् निवासिनः ||

ghaṇṭāyās tāḍane hīne piśācai rākṣasādibhiḥ | pīḍayante sopasargāś ca jāyante tan nivāsinaḥ ||

If the temple bell is not rung properly, piśāca-s and rākṣasa-s will cause the residents of that area to be afflicted by various diseases. 

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

The temple bell is considered auspicious which welcomes divinity and dispels evil. The sound of the bell is said to disengage the mind from ongoing thoughts thus making one more receptive. The tradition of ringing the bell during prayer is said to help in controlling the ever wandering mind and focusing on the deity. Kriya (action) to be performed: Ring the bell of the temple loudly for a decent duration of time with your clean hands while chanting the appropriate mantra. The Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale states that if the temple bell is not rung in the proper way, piśācas and rākṣasa or flesh-eating demons of Patala Loka (underworld) will inflict various diseases on the residents of that area.

 दीपप्रदाने हीने ’ङ्गलोपे वा दृष्टरोगता | आमन्त्रणहविर्लोपे तद् अङ्गानाम् अथापि वा ||

dīpapradāne hīne ’ṅgalope vā dṛṣṭarogatā | āmantraṇahavirlope tad aṅgānām athāpi vā ||

If there is deficiency in dīpa or its component ghee, wick etc, there will be diseases of the eyes.

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Kriya (action) to be performed: Take the lit dīpa with the aid of ghee and wick in your clean hands and slowly wave it towards the deity while ringing the bell with your left hand and chanting the appropriate mantra. The insufficiency of dīpa that refers to “the offering of light” or its components such as ghee, wick etc would lead to disease of eyes.

नैवेद्यस्य तद् अङ्गस्याप्रदाने सस्यनाशनम् |

naivedyasya tad aṅgasyāpradāne sasyanāśanam | 

If there is shortage of the āmantraṇahavis or naivedya and its components, the paddy crops will be destroyed and there will be a loss in the agricultural harvest. 

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Naivedya refers to “the offering of sacred food” (specific recipes mandated for specific deities). The offered food becomes Prasada, when offered with love and devotion to the deity. Kriya (action) to be performed: Take an uddharini (spoon) of water and hover it clockwise over the Naivedya three times while ringing the bell with your left hand and chanting the appropriate mantra and offer it to the deity. The insufficiency of āmantraṇahavis, naivedya and its components would destroy paddy crops and result in loss of agricultural harvest.

ताम्बूलानाम् अभावे ’ङ्गे हीने वा वक्त्ररोगता ||

tāmbūlānām abhāve ’ṅge hīne vā vaktrarogatā ||  

Deficiency in tāmbūlam causes diseases of the mouth.  

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Tāmbūlam refers to “the offering of betel leaves and betel nuts”. Kriya (action) to be performed: Take the tāmbūlam in your clean hands and slowly wave it towards the deity while chanting the appropriate mantra OR take an uddharini (spoon) of water and hover it clockwise over the tāmbūlam while chanting the appropriate mantra  and offer it to the deity. The insufficiency of tāmbūlam would cause diseases of the mouth.

अथ काण्डपटे हीने देवानां सङ्निधिक्षयः |

atha kāṇḍapaṭe hīne devānāṁ saṅnidhikṣayaḥ | 

If there is no screen across the garbha gṛha at specified times, the sānnidhya of the deity will be destroyed.  

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale

Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale reveals that if a screen across the garbha gṛha (sanctum sanctorum) is not present during specified times, the ‘Sānnidhya’ which refers to the powerfulness of the deity, will be destroyed.

In addition to above, If the ācārya (guru or teacher) offers the dravya without mantra (sacred utterances which possess spiritual efficacy), it is equal to not having offered the dravya. 

Section 3. Agency Roles and Responsibilities:

I am therefore issuing a call to action where the following assignments of responsibility shall be exercised in furtherance of the policy described in section 2 of this order;

  1. KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaboration with KAILASA’s Department of Vedic Science and Technology, KAILASA’s international humanitarian agency of Yellow Om, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Rituals, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Heritage, ShriKailasaUniting Nations for Enlightened Culture and Arts, all defacto embassies of KAILASA, sixty-four Sovereign Orders of KAILASA and such representatives of other executive departments, agencies, offices and all other government bodies shall; 
    • Shall ensure complete compliance of the procedure mandated in Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale in accordance with in accordance with the Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja with the assistance of, legations, consular offices, Hindu Temples, Paramaśiva Senā Śākhās, Monasteries, Satsang Temples, Pādukā Mandirs, Satsang Centres, Micronations, healing centres, franchisee campuses, Hindu Universities and schools;
    • Organize a global initiative to enrich and bring awareness to the aforementioned scriptural reference of Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale in accordance with the Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja through workshops and initiatives;
    • Coordinate with KAILASA’s international humanitarian agency of Yellow Om, in its mission to providing knowledge assistance to the world through the ritualistic science of performing the Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja;
  2. KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaboration with KAILASA’s Department of Education shall;
    • Work with scientists and staticians to validate Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale’s truths in accordance with the oblations offered during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja thereby increasing receptivity in the medical, scientific and academic communities and promote the impact and effect of Hindu worship in creating a equitable and sustainable world;
    • Educate priests and other religious peacekeepers on the importance of the directive mandate of Uttarakāmikāgame Prāyaścittavidhipaṭale through various free online and offline educational initiatives;
  3. KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship in collaboration with KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting shall;
    • Regularly document, record and archive the citizens of KAILASA offering their oblations during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja;
    • Enrich humanity through the documentation of the right way to offer oblations during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja;
    • Increase the accessibility of such scriptures that identify and characterise the precise method of conducting various rituals and rites of Sanatana Hindu Dharma for the betterment of humanity through online means;
    • Enable resources towards the compilation of the contents of such scriptures;
    • Reach and release this mandate to Hindu diaspora by engaging in online sessions in social media platforms and video teleconferencing platforms;
Section 4. Membership and Establishment of KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship Working Group:

KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship Working Group is hereby established to facilitate an “all-of-government” effort to educate and facilitate the practice of sacred knowledge of Pūjadravya during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja as well as the prāyāścitta in the case of a shortage of Pūjadravya during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja as elaborated in section 3 and 4 of this executive order.

The Working group comprising of the Secretary of the KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship shall ensure that departments, agencies, uniting nations and individuals responsible for facilitating the sacred Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja under their jurisdiction are aware of their obligations. Further, the Secretary of KAILASA’s Department of Enlightened Civilisation, Secretary of KAILASA’s Department of Human Services and Secretary of KAILASA’s Department of Education, shall ensure that individuals responsible for ritualistic activities such as Pūja are aware that compliance with these obligations is mandatory, including the obligation to provide an appropriate scriptural reference endorsing the prāyāścitta of Pūja the way Ved-Āgamas have scientifically described, with evidence. The Working group shall, as appropriate and consistent with applicable law, prioritize the allocation of ample, fresh, proper and appropriate Pūjadravya during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja.

The Working group shall be composed of representatives from the KAILASA’s Department of Education, KAILASA’s Department of Treasury, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Rituals, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Heritage, ShriKailasaUniting Nations for Enlightened Culture and Arts and such representatives of other executive departments, agencies, and offices as the Co-Chairs may, from time to time, designate with the concurrence of the head of the department, agency, or office concerned. All Working Group members shall be full-time or permanent part-time, officers or subjects of KAILASA.

Section 5. Responsibilities of a KAILASA’s Department of Religion and Worship Working Group:

Within 24 hours of the date of this order, the Working Group shall develop and submit a report that outlines a plan for service coordination between all relevant stakeholders and executive departments and agencies (agencies) to provide Hindus the relevant courses to educate them of the prāyāścitta of shortage of Pūjadravya during Nitya Pūja, Naimittika Pūja and Kāmya Pūja.

Section 5. General Provisions:
  1. Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:
    • the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or
    • the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.
  2. This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.
  3. This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against KAILASA, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, volunteers, or any other person, or against any nation’s integrity or laws.

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Paramānnam – Sacred Consecrated Food Offering To Bhagavan Nithyanandeshwara Paramaśiva

Paramānnam – Sacred Consecrated Food Offering To Bhagavan Nithyanandeshwara Paramaśiva

Administrative Directive 10117 of September 29, 2021

By the authority vested in me as The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism and the Head of the Ancient Enlightened Hindu Civilizational Nation, the Kailasa, by the Constitution and the laws of Sanatana Hindu Dharma as ordained by Paramaśiva in Vedas and Agamas, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Background:

In KAILASA’s Nithyanandeshwara Hindu Temples, the deities are energized through the sacred process of prana prathista where life energy is breathed into matter. These energized deities become an independent intelligence, a direct vehicle of the Divine cosmic energy capable of answering prayers, healing ailments and granting boons. Everyday thousands around the world are witnessing the powers of prana pratishtha in these living deities of KAILASA’s Nithyanandeshwara Hindu Temples. The living deities are offered ’Ūpacaras’- services as per Vedāgamas to celebrate their presence in our lives. Neiveithyams are the offering of food to the divine that forms part of the ’Ūpacaras’ or Services. The deity is revered as a living entity who is offered food, fruits etc. among others and is an ultimate blessing to be able to partake a morsel of the Naivedhyam.

अपूपकाद्यं यद्द्रव्यं भोज्यं दत्वा शिवस्य तु|
वर्धते तस्य तद्धान्यं फलपुष्पादयस्तथा||
अदत्वा तु हरस्याथ भुक्तं तत्क्षीयते धनम्|
अल्पे महति वा तुल्यं फलमाढ्य दरिद्रयोः||

apūpakādyaṁ yaddravyaṁ bhojyaṁ datvā śivasya tu|
vardhate tasya taddhānyaṁ phalapuṣpādayastathā||
adatvā tu harasyātha bhuktaṁ tatkṣīyate dhanam|
alpe mahati vā tulyaṁ phalamāḍhya daridrayoḥ||

If those items such as the sweets and eatables , grains, fruits and such other materials and those which are to be used by the sadhaka are first offered to Siva and then used by him, then all those kinds of items would be flourishing well. The wealth enjoyed by the sadhaka without being offered to Siva would decay. For both the affluent persons and the poor persons, the fruit is the same irrespective of the smallness or greatness of the offered thing.

Srimad Kamika Agama, Purva Pada, 6.3-4
Section 2. Policy:

‘Perur Purāṇam’, compiled by Arul Thiru Kachiyapper Munivar (1740 – 1790 CE), enlightened being who lived in  Ekambareswarar Temple, Kancheepuram details about uttamottama (the best of the best) neiveithyam called ‘Paramānnam’ to Bhagavan Paramaśiva.

பால்புைரயு ம¾சிெயாரு படிக்குப்பால் படிமூன்று
சால்பசுெநய் படிகால்சர்க் கைரகழஞ்ெசண் பதிற்றிரட்டி
ஏலெமாடு சுக்கிடித்த விடிவசம்ீ படியிரதங்
காலுமுய ¾ளந்ெதங்கின் கனிெயான்று முறப்ெபய்து. 41
பாகமுறச் சைமத்ததற்பின் பசுங்கதலிக் கனிபதிைனந்
 ேதாைகெயாடுந் ேதாெலாருவி ெயாருங்குபடுத் தினிெதடுத்த
மாகர்விைழ பரமானம் வயங்கவருச் சித்தவுடன்
ஏகனுக்கு நிேவதிக்க விதுநிேவ தனமாமால். 42

Perur Purāṇam of Kachiyapper Munivar of 14 Padalam, Maruthavarai Padalam Verse 41 and 42

Method to prepare Paramānnam is as follows:

Standard of Measurement 

  • 1 padi is 1.25 Kg 
  • 1 Kaḻancu is 1/6 Troy Ounce, which is 5.18 g

Ingredients

  1. Rice – 1 Padi, 1.25 Kg
  2. Milk – 3 Padi, 3.75 L
  3. Ghee (Clarified Butter) – ¼ Padi, 0.31 Kg
  4. Brown Sugar – 160 Kaḻancu, 830 g
  5. A pinch of Ellaka (Cardamom powder) and Sukku (Dry ginger powder ) for seasoning A Fresh and succulent Coconut in the grated form.
  6. Green Bananas – 15 in number , Peeled and Chopped in considerable size.

Method of preparation

  1. Boil the milk and rice along with the brown sugar. Once the rice is thoroughly cooked, the sweetness will emanate from the pot. Add the freshly grated coconut and the seasonings of Ellaka (Cardamom Powder) and Sukku (Dry Ginger Powder).
  2. Allow the pot to final boil
  3. Finally add chopped green bananas into the pot until it becomes tender.

The preparation is ready to be offered as Naivedhyam to Bhagavan Nithyanandeshwara Paramaśiva. Offer the Naivedhyam by clapping your right hand index finger and middle finger on the left hand palm while you chant the following mantra:

औं हः अस्त्राय फट् ।  auṁ haḥ astrāya phaṭ ।

Now sprinkle some water on the Naivedhyam pātram ringing the bell and chant the mantra: 

औं हाम् हृदयाय नमः। auṁ hām hṛdayāya namaḥ ।

Now take a uddharani of water and hover it clockwise over the Naivedhyam. Please chant the mantra and sound the bell as you do so.

मधु वाता ऋतायते मधुक्षरन्ति सिन्धवः। माध्वीर्नः सन्त्वौषधीः॥
मधु नक्तमुतोषसि मधुमत्पार्थिवँ रजः। मधुद्यौरस्तु न पिता॥
मधुमान्नो वनस्पतिर्मधुमाँ अस्तु सूर्यः। माध्वीर्गावो भवन्तु नः॥
मधु मधु मधु

madhu vātā ṛtāyate madhukṣaranti sindhavaḥ|mādhvīrnaḥ santvauṣadhīḥ||
madhu naktamutoṣasi madhumatpārthivamrajaḥ|madhudyaurastu na pitā||
madhumānno vanaspatirmadhumān astu sūryaḥ| mādhvīrgāvo bhavantu naḥ||
Madhu madhu madhu 

For us, who are the devotees of the Supreme Truth, May the winds blow sweetly.  May the rivers flow sweetly. May the herbs be to us sweet and beneficial. May there be sweetness during the  day and during the night. May the particles of the earth be carrying  sweetness for ever. May the heaven, our father, be sweet to us(be benevolent to us). May the fruit-bearing trees be sweet to us May the sun be sweet and benevolent  to us. May the cows give us the sweetest milk

औं हां हौं शिवाय नमः॥ 

auṁ hāṃ hauṃ śivāya namaḥ ॥

श्री नित्यानन्देश्वरी पराशक्ति समेत श्री नित्यानन्देश्वर-परमशिवाय नमः नैवेद्यं निवेदयामि ॥

śrī nityānandeśvarī pārāśakti sameta śrī nityānandeśvara-paramaśivāya namaḥ naivedyaṃ nivedayāmi ॥

Section 3. Agency Roles and Responsibilities:

The following assignments of responsibility shall be exercised in furtherance of the policy described in section 1 of this order:

KAILASA’s de facto spiritual embassies, legations, consular offices, and other facilities, including all Hindu Temples, Monasteries, Satsang Temples, Pādukā Mandirs shall abide by this authentic procedure of offering sacred Naivedhyam to Lord Paramaśiva. 

(i) KAILASA’s Department of Religious and Worship in collaboration with Shrikailasa Uniting Nations for Consciousness Studies and Practice with applicable law shall ensure the implementation of offering Paramānnam in compliance with the procedures outlined in ‘Perur Purāṇam’ in all KAILASA’s Madapalli (Royal Kitchen for the Divine) at all KAILASA’s Nithyanandeshwara Hindu Temples around the world.

(ii) KAILASA Department of Education in conjunction with ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Ancient Rituals consistent with applicable law shall provide recipe manuals and training material to all its faculties 

(iii) KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting, and such representatives of other executive departments, agencies, and offices consistent with applicable law shall proliferate and promulgate Paramānnam making procedure on all social media platforms to share this sacred knowledge to all living and practising Hindus.

Section 4. Establishment of KAILASA Department of Religious and Worship:

Working Group is hereby established to facilitate an “all-of-government” effort to proliferate this Sacred knowledge of Preparing Naivedhyam as per the Perur Purāṇam. The Working Group co-chaired by the KAILASA’s Department of Education, his designee, and Shrikailasa Uniting Nations for Consciousness Studies and Practice or his designee, KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting  or his designee . Working Group members shall be composed of representatives from the Department of Ministry of Sovereign, the Department of Enlightened Civilization, the Department of Information Broadcasting, the Department of Treasury, and such representatives of other executive departments, agencies, and offices as the Co-Chairs may, from time to time, designate the concurrence of the head of the department, agency, or office concerned. All Working Group members shall be full-time or permanent part-time, officers or subjects of the Federal Government of Kailasa.

Section 5. Responsibilities of the KAILASA Department of Religious and Worship Working Group:

Within 24 hours of this order’s date, the Working Group shall develop and submit to the Supreme Pontiff a report that outlines a plan for service coordination between all relevant stakeholders and executive departments and agencies (agencies) to provide Hindus the right to sattvic and nutritious food.

Section 6. General Provisions:

Nothing in this order is construed to impair or otherwise affect; the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or the Director of the Office of Management and Budget functions relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals. This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations. This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against KAILASA, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, volunteers, or any other person, or against any nation’s integrity or laws.

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International Day for Universal Access to Information Day 2021

International Day for Universal Access to Information Day 2021

Proclamation 100116 of September 28, 2021

A Proclamation

KAILASA celebrates the International Day for Universal Access to Information on September 28, 2021, to highlight the relevance and importance of the right to information which is an integral part of the right to freedom of expression to empower and enhance the livelihoods and contribute to the social and economic development of all communities. This day marks KAILASA’s achievement of the knowledge repositories that have evolved for the last 26 years through intense determination to collect, maintain and preserve sacred Vedic sciences for the distribution of authentic information to one and all.

The great Hindu civilization comprising of 56 nations, 200 states, 1700 provinces and 10000 sampradayas (spiritual and religious traditions) has been a source of a phenomenal volume of knowledge repositories about 100 million scriptures that gave birth to numerous advancements in fields including health, governance, law, banking & accounting, architecture & civil engineering, performing arts, medicine, surgery, botany, chemistry and metallurgy, music, agriculture, astrology, shipbuilding, manufacturing, food sciences, etc.

Over the last few centuries, much of the sacred knowledge, education system, lifestyle, and original fabric of Sanatana Hindu Dharma was diluted, lost and destroyed by the combined forces of anti-Hindu elements and their political upheaval, colonialism and religious persecution that systematically ended millennia of Hindu Swarajya or self-rule. This movement was motivated solely by annihilating the local indigenous Hindu cultural fabric of Indians which inevitably roped the enlightened-centric knowledge. Myriad scriptures were burnt away in ashes out of which 20 million sacred scriptures were protected and saved by our brave ancestors. 

These 20 million Vedic scriptures and Sciences are being revived in KAILASA for escalating the science of Enlightenment to humanity and imparting the experience of superconscious breakthrough through free access to information.

The celebration of International Day for Universal Access to Information is a reminder  to protect sacred knowledge and awakening to work towards the revival of the Enlightenment-centric knowledge of Hinduism.

The International Day for Universal Access to Information provides the platform to internalise and realize the tremendous progress we have made by adhering to the principles of Sanatana Hindu Dharma and awakened us to revive other fragments of the Vedic knowledge that comprises of many indigenous spiritual and traditional information for the peaceful coexistence in the world. KAILASA has played an integral role in empowering and facilitating citizens around the world to their right to information and knowledge in Hinduism, and its principles through the provision of a phenomenal volume of Hindu peace literature in the physical and digital forms abiding by the cosmic law that everyone has the right to seek, receive and impart information for progressive and inclusive knowledge societies. 

We reaffirm that free, fair, and authentic information is essential to driving intellectual growth and ensure the unbroken chain of Vedic knowledge is passed down for the prosperous future of humanity. Providing all the Educational services free of cost in strict compliance with all knowledge is free as per the Paramashiva’s economic policy in the Veda Agamas which in turn is woven through the KAILASA’S initiatives towards promoting and accelerating the Universal Access to Information to one and all are:

  • KAILASA Department of Education in conjunction with ShriKailasa Uniting Nations Global Hindu University and KAIALSA Department of Information and Broadcasting for the relentless and uncompromising drive to modernize and digitalize to provide access to information and knowledge in the form of:
    • KAILASA’s Nithyanandapedia, KAILASA’s Hinduismpedia, KAILASA’s Kailasapedia that share with the world, all the videos, photos, and audio transcripts of the establishment of  KAILASA and the authentic history of Hinduism and building of KAILASA the Nation respectively to empower humanity to expand and realise their ancestral glory and attain their Divine higher identity.
  • KAILASA Department of Education in collaboration with the International Humanitarian Agency Yellow Om has established several Hindu libraries and institutions of indigenous scriptures all around the world having the largest collection of ancient texts on religion, spirituality and knowledge of several extinct indigenous Hindu sciences.
  • Over the last 26 years, the YELLOW OM in collaboration with KAILASA’s Dept of education and KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) has:
    • Collected more than 15TB of digital books and rare manuscripts, from all 19 Sarvajnapeethams, ancient Mutts and Ashrams.
    • Collected over 7000 books on the ancient Hindu medicine system, including – Ayurvedic Medicinal Plant Database, Ayurvedic Medicine Database, Materia Medica, Ayurvedic Text, Traditions in Ayurveda, and Ayurvedic Medicine 
    • Collected an online repository of more than 14500 palm-leaf manuscripts for free downloads
    • Compiled over half a million Wiki Articles on most searched and popular titles of Sanatana Hindu Dharma like Hinduism, Temples of India, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sanskrit, Ayurveda, etc;
  • KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) has developed the world’s first exclusive ‘Hindu library management system’ based on the ancient Vedic Scriptures classification tree. This classification system has more than 900 subject areas and more than 32 different levels of commentaries. This Indological knowledge classification system provides 30,000 different categories to catalogue any book from Hinduism. 
  • KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) is the largest collection of ancient texts on religion, human rights, spirituality, and knowledge sciences of several extinct indigenous Hindu tribes and sects. NHL has organized, preserved, time-capsuled, decoded, and finally made several of these texts freely available and accessible through the internet.  
  • KAILASA Department of Education’s role of access to information laws and their implementation to build back strong institutions such Nithyananda Hindu University offers FREE credit-bearing undergraduate and graduate and confer degrees in various branches of life science, arts, technology, humanities, psychology, philosophy, Hindu medicine with an emphasis on students to grow spiritually (https://nithyanandahinduuniversity.org/). These courses are also made available on other platforms – KAILASA’s SPH Nithyananda YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/Nithyanandatv) and NithyanandaPedia (https://nithyanandapedia.org/)
  • KAILASA’s Department of Education in conjunction with the KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting established an Internet-based Sarvajnapeetha (Think Tank of Hinduism) called the Antharjaala SarvjanPeetha (a subsectional dial-in/email feature under KAILASA’s Hinduismpedia), for the combined vision of ​​a globally accessible library- Vaidika Grantha Samadhi.
  • Also providing a platform for children irrespective of caste, creed, background, geography to their right to universal access to information through KAILASA’s Nithyananda Gurukul and eGurukul that offers FREE in-person and online Vedic education for provisioning of quality early childhood development with Vedic truths through a pedagogy that is flexible, multi-faceted, multi-level, play-based, activity-based, and inquiry-based learning exploring their true potential as divine beings by expressing superconscious powers of Paramashiva. These initiatives also support every basic need of the child including food, accommodation, health and well being during the period of study
  • KAILASA Department of Information and Broadcasting has developed projects aimed to strengthen multilingualism, ICTs and Media and Information Literacy (MIL) for disabled, underprivileged and marginalized backgrounds.

KAILASA’s Access to information initiatives are fundamentally reliant on KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) and digital infrastructure for the prominent reach of a large number of people, and we reaffirm in ensuring our information is secure, reliable, and open to all.

NOW, THEREFORE, by the authority vested in me as The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, the Head of the Ancient Enlightened Hindu Civilizational Nation, KAILASA do hereby proclaim September 28, 2021, as International Day for Universal Access to Information for the provision of a platform to strengthen the right to information through various KAILASA initiatives.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my seal this twenty eighth day of September, in the year of two thousand twenty-one and in accordance with the Vedic Calendar, during Śrī Śveta Varāha Kalpe Vaivasvata Manvantare Aṣtävimçatitame Nityayuge Prathame Pāde Plava Nāma Samvatsare Ḍakṣinayane Sri Lakṣmi Venkateṣhvara Ṛtau Kanya Māse Kṛṣṇa Pakṣe Saptamyam Śubhatithau Ṃangalavasara-yuktāyāṁ Ardra Nakśatra.

ANNEXURE

Collection of scriptures by trained religious peacekeepers of KAILASA
Collected 3 million books on Hinduism in ancient scripts such as Sanskrit, Tamil, Gratha, other Indian languages as well as English.
The Trained Religious Peacekeepers of KAILASA expanded their search in different fields of study branches for compiling the fragmented Vedic Knowledge of Hinduism after the Persecution
KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library has collected and recovered Manuscripts under Hinduism, Jainism
Organising and segregating the found and collected Vedic Knowledge under Shaivism, Jainism, Buddhist
The revival of the Enlightenment Centric Knowledge through relentless methods of finding, procuring, maintaining and organising the information through friendly formats for the feasible access for one and all.
Myriad courses provided on the KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu University on the The SPH’s discourses and Vedic scriptures contributing to the Universal access to information initiative.

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