Flag and Emblem

The State Flag

The triangular flag with emblem of Paramashiva and Nandi – is the State flag of the Nation of KAILASA. It is called as the Rishabha Dhvaja. This form of Paramashiva, this cosmic form with 25 heads and 50 hands is the most powerful, ultimate form as He Himself describes in Agama.

In Sanatana Hindu Dharma, the Kaavi (deep maroon) color is associated with Thyaaga (renunciation with right context) and Sanyas. It is because of the sacred Hindu Sanyas order (Hindu monk) that Sanatana Hindu Dharma is available to humanity today. Many gave their lives protecting the sacred scriptures, temples, knowledge, Gurukuls and deities. Kaavi symbolizes their sacrifice, commitment and integrity to Sanatana Hindu Dharma.

All KAILASAVASIS & Hindus all over the world are welcome to download & print the Rishabha Dhvaja, and hoist it to declare your Integrity & support for the Hindu Nation KAILASA (in accordance with your local and national laws & protocols for flag hoisting).

“Understand, wherever you put this flag, that space will intensely vibrate with Paramashiva’s breathing space. Anywhere you put this KAILASA cosmic flag, Rishabha Dhvaja, Paramashiva’s breathing space will fill it; Paramashiva’s inner space will fill it. In your office, home, cars, temples… everywhere have this KAILASA flag. This is directly approved by Paramashiva Himself. It is directly the flag of Paramashiva. Put this flag wherever you can, you will see Paramashiva’s intense breathing space, blessings, and protection is on you.”

HDH Nithyananda Paramashivam

The Nation of KAILASA encourages all KAILASAVASIS and followers to download, print and display the Rishabha Dhvaja flag of KAILASA in numerous places to represent the Nation of KAILASA as Spiritual Ambassadors. The following is a list of places you can use the flag:

  • Temples
  • Monasteries
  • Satsang Centers
  • Nithyananda Hindu University Extended Campuses
  • Offices
  • Cars
  • Homes

Our Vision

The State Emblem

The Emblem of KAILASA is that of Paramashiva and his consort Parashakti. Paramashiva is shown in His form with 25 heads and 50 hands, with Devi Parashakti sitting on His lap. The incarnation of Paramashiva, His Divine Holiness Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam sits below Paramashiva and Parashakti. Paramashiva’s loyal and devoted disciple.

It is in this posture, with Devi sitting on His lap, that Paramashiva revealed the Agamas to Devi Parashakti, the sacred source scriptures of Sanatana Hindu Dharma which are an embodiment of the ultimate truths of life.