SHRIKAILASA (Kailaasa) is a nation without borders created by dispossessed Hindus from around the world who lost the right to practice Hinduism authentically in their own countries.
Though the Kailaasa movement is founded in the United States, and spearheaded by members of the Hindu Adi Shaivite minority community, it is created for, and offers a safe haven to all the world’s practicing, aspiring or persecuted Hindus, irrespective of race, gender, sect, caste, or creed, where they can peacefully live and express their spirituality, arts, and culture free from denigration, interference and violence.
Kailaasa was created with the determination to not just preserve and protect Sanatana Hindu Dharma and share it with the entire world, but also to share the story of persecution that is yet unknown to the world. Towards this goal, Kailaasa is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and revival of an enlightened culture and civilization based on authentic Hinduism.
The vision of Kailaasa is enlightened living for all of humanity which is rooted in the fundamental principle of Advaita or Oneness – the idea that all beings can live in peace and harmony, and that all human beings are equal and divine, and can reach their highest potential irrespective of their color, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, caste, creed or race.
Kailaasa’s mission is to share with today’s world the practical applications of Sanatana Hindu Dharma and its science of enlightenment, to bring that successful life and lifestyle to the world as a service. Our services offered include:
Temple Based Ecosystem
Science of Third Eye
Yoga and Meditation
Gurukul Education System
Causes we stand for
Based on its principles Kailaasa supports causes such as gender equality, fight against global warming, universal access to holistic education and healthcare, vegetarianism, and more. Some of the causes we stand for include:
Universal Free Healthcare
Free Education for All
Offering of Free Food
Revival of Temple Based Lifestyle
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HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam
HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam is the founder of the Kailaasa nation and reviver of the enlightened civilization. He is revered, regarded & worshipped as the Living Avatar (incarnation) of super-consciousness by millions. His Divine Holiness is the 293rd Guru Mahasannidhanam (Pontiff) of the oldest Shaiva Aadheenam (temple monastery complex) – Madurai Aadheenam; He is the founder of the largest Shaiva Aadheenam – Bengaluru Aadheenam; He is the Acharya Mahamandaleshwar (spiritual head) of Atal Akhada & Mahanirvani Peetha. His Divine Holiness is the founder and spiritual head of Nithyananda Hindu University – world’s largest Hindu University.
Kailaasa offers numerous humanitarian services such as free food, medical care, education to children, spiritual, mental, emotional and alternative health care including yoga, meditation and spiritual healing. As a nation, Kailaasa is peaceful, sovereign, service-oriented and represents an ideology, rather than a territory. Operating as a sovereign nation which works with all countries, and is not under any one nation, we can create a strong diplomatic network that will enable Kailaasa to work directly with national and international governments and organizations, to develop and administer humanitarian projects aligned with the world’s needs.
The Untold Hindu Holocaust
There has been a systematic, egregious and ongoing genocide over the last 5000 years on the most ancient living civilization on the planet. Denied by the historians and untold by its victimized survivors, the Hindu holocaust is one of the biggest “crimes against humanity” in world history. Hindus have time and again suffered religious persecution in the form of forceful conversions, massacres, demolition and desecration of temples, confiscation or destruction of property, incitement to hate, imprisonment, torture, murder, destruction of universities and schools and crimes against women and children.
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