United Nations – KAILASA Stands for the Rights of Persecuted Hindus: Forum on Minority Rights

United Nations – KAILASA Stands for the Rights of Persecuted Hindus: Forum on Minority Rights

Geneva, 2 December 2021

On behalf of all 2 billion Hindus, the KAILASA Nation presented to the United Nations about the persecution of Hindu Sampradayas in India during the 14th Session of the OHCRC’s Forum on Minority Issues, Geneva, 2 and 3, December 2021. The United Nations accepted the KAILASA Nation and allowed KAILSA to present its case after the presentation from the Permanent Mission from India to the UN which focused on how Islamic and Christian minorities are safeguarded by the Indian Government.

Full video on UN site: KAILASA Nation’s statement starts at 1 hour 3 minutes. https://media.un.org/en/asset/k1n/k1nlz2keec

Transcript of the presentation:

Respected Chairperson, esteemed delegates and colleagues I represent the KAILASA Nation led by the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam which speaks on behalf of 2 billion practicing Hindus around the world who do not have a voice representing them in these International Forums.

I want to specifically bring to light the attack on minority Hindu traditions inside India. Hinduism is not a monolithic religion but a collection of thousands of unique, enlightenment ecosystems called Sampradayas. In recent times many Hindu Gurus, Hindu minority traditions and Temples have come under attack by majority ideologies and a large number of traditions have virtually disappeared.

There has been no recognition of the attacks in the first place by International Human Rights groups as in these cases it is difficult for outsiders to distinguish the attackers from the attacked.

For the past 10 years the KAILASA Nation and SPH Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam, have been attacked and silenced in India as a religious minority and a linguistic minority and because extremist elements are opposed to KAILASA’s stance when it comes to the rights of women, including otherwise marginalized Dalit women, and the rights of members of the LGBTQ+ and transgendered communities.

In 2019 KAILASA approached the OHCHR presenting the case of persecution. When this document reached the Indian media a well funded defamation campaign was started by news sources supportive to the union government alleging treason and sedition on the part of Kailasa Nation. Again, a number of false cases were subsequently registered against the SPH and other KAILASA leaders and one of our university campuses for women in the state of Gujarat was razed to the ground in a matter of days by mobs with the support of the local Government.

KAILASA has since submitted a number of reports on the persecution to various forums available within the UN but without much action taken.

In June 2021 KAILASA made a submission on the attacks on the ASMT women in the session by the UN Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women on the rights of indigenous women and further submitted reports on the steps to end Femicide and on Gender Justice. Later, in September, KAILASA’s report, “Media Disinformation in India” was accepted by the Special Rapporteur for the right to freedom of opinion and expression and the report on the effect of COVID on minorities and the multilateral solution to the COVID crisis was accepted by the UN Independent Expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order.

Attacks on minorities span multiple dimensions and early identification of these attacks is critical. We present the following recommendations based on our experience as a persecuted minority tradition.

  1. The UN needs to pay special attention to attacks on Hindu Religious Minorities and other sub-traditions which can be difficult to distinguish from the majority groups but experience the same problems of persecution as other recognized minorities.
  2. Indian Media’s unchecked hate speech against Hindu Gurus and Hindu customs needs to be curtailed – what is commonly referred to as trial by media.
  3. The tendency of Indian Judges to overreach into the rights of minority sub-traditions in the name of reform or play to public opinion created by the media hype needs to be stopped.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Previous Submissions to the UN by KAILASA: 

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KAILASA recognizes World Diabetes Day, with unwavering commitment to increase access to vedagmic health care facilities for tackling diabetes and build a future in which people with this particular health condition live fully, without pain and impediments, and ultimately experience a blissful, healthy and a complete life. Therefore, KAILASA’s Department of Health, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Healing Chronic Illness and ShriKailasa Uniting Nations for Alternative and Wholistic Medicine are more readily reshaped in order to address-attend to the current diabetes crises and stimulate and support effective, ancient time tested measures for the prevention and control of diabetes and its complications.

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Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression accepts report on persecution of ASMT Women

Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression accepts report on persecution of ASMT Women

The United Nations has published the fifth report in the series of reports accepting and bringing out the persecution on the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) Jagat Guru Mahasannidhanam (JGM) His Divine Holiness (HDH) Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam and KAILASA – the revival of the ancient, enlightened Hindu civilizational nation. This recent report is by the United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression incorporating the report by Kailash Union on the persecution on the SPH JGM HDH Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam, KAILASA, and Hindus at large. 

Since the last millennia, indigenous Hindus have faced years of untold sufferings, massacres, gang rapes, loot, enslavement, persecution; they have been unethically and forcibly converted, witnessed demolitions, desecration, looting, and grabbing of their temples, monasteries, educational institutions, and libraries. This continues through the modern-day. Many world leaders have stood in solidarity with persecuted Hindus and the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam, as the United Nations has also been accepting and highlighting the persecution of the SPH and His people – the KAILASA global community.  

The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam is the only bold, unwavering, unsuppressed voice for persecuted Hindus. The SPH has dedicated and sacrificed His life to fight for Hindu rights and is the only Hindu voice in United Nations bringing the world’s attention to the generational Hindu genocide. 

The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam has been facing persecution for over two decades, especially for His highly progressive stance on Vedic feminism, true women empowerment, and worship of primordial cosmic divinity as the divine mother (Shaktism). The main weapon for this persecution is the politically owned media in India that has been denying the basic human rights to Aboriginal Indigenous Agricultural Hindu tribes, such as the right to freedom of opinion and expression freedom – a UN Universal Human Right (Article 19). 

The attacks on the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam and His community involved a massive volume of State-sponsored lawfare, vexatious litigations, assassination attempts, media terrorism, militant terrorism, state-sponsored persecution, sexual assaults and gang rape, character assassination, shaming, sexual objectification, and persecution of women, girls and even children.  

The weaponization of sexual violence targeting women and children is part of a more pervasive and systematic campaign targeting indigenous spiritual traditions, dark-skinned people, minority communities, and their leaders, especially those from linguistic and religious minority groups such as the Adi Shaiva Minority Tradition (ASMT) who are an integral part of the Aboriginal Indigenous Agricultural native-Hindu tribes that have existed in India for millennia. 

International human rights experts and agencies in the United Nations have repeatedly taken a serious note of this. 


Kailash Union has made several recommendations to international human rights organizations, countries, and particularly voiced concerns of 2 billion Hindus to the UN. The full report is available here:



The report highlighted the roots of the modern Hindu Genocide. The major matters of concern are: 

  • While the use of information and communications technology has contributed to the empowerment of women and girls, its use has also generated new forms of violence against women and girls. The use of media (both conventional and social) for negative stereotyping and persecution of women and girls, especially from marginalized communities should be studied, added to the scope of Women Observatories, and brought to check. 
  • The weaponization of media to delegitimize and persecute Hindus, particularly Hindu women, and nuns, and most concerningly deny them their right to freedom of expression. KAILASA voiced how the criminal syndicates in the guise of media houses such as in India need to be checked from using the garb of “freedom of speech” for engaging in terrorism. 
  • State-funded Terrorism is targeting Hinduism, especially minority communities and the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam who worship primordial cosmic divinity as Divine Mother the divine mother (such as Shakta traditions). 
  • Persecution by media through the use of deep-fake technology and sophisticated smear campaigns should be brought to check and condemned internationally. 
  • The absence of legal recourse is another extremely concerning problem especially in the Indian sub-continent, where court orders are not upheld and executed by the government. The governments have chosen to ignore the plight of Hindus when they are persecuted, despite the cases where courts have ruled in favor of the persecuted Hindu communities. This is especially alarming in the case of the persecution done to the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam and his devotees, more so the Hindu nuns. In 2018, the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam was pushed into statelessness by the Hinduphobic militant forces who have ever since been on a free run unstoppable. 

There were several recommendations made to various international bodies and governments such as supporting the victims of this Hindu genocide, by international condemnation of this violence and propaganda waged against them, and by an international demand to end this persecution. The report also strongly recommended stopping the de-Hindunization done in the guise of modernization and progress. 

Atma Shanti for the Hindus killed in the violence during Durga Puja in Bangladesh

Atma Shanti for the Hindus killed in the violence during Durga Puja in Bangladesh

Proclamation 100117 of October 17, 2021

A Proclamation

The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam is deeply saddened by the recent terror attacks on Hindus during the Durga Puja celebrations in the cities of Cumilla, Noakhali, Dhaka and the southern town of Begumganj in Bangladesh since 13th October 2021. 

The historic and ongoing targetted Hindu genocide in various forms including targeted extermination of Hindu culture and tradition, Hindu phobia, forced conversions, massacres, demolitions, desecration and grabbing of worship temples and monasteries, looting of Hindu temples properties, destruction of Hindu educational instituitions and Hindu libraries, Hindu liberty, mass execution, rape, looting and enslavement continues till date in many parts of the world including Bangladesh. KAILASA’s International Human Rights Council documented the atrocities and brutal attacks unleashed on Bangladeshi Hindus who survived years of tyranny. The archived onslaught on Bangladeshi Hindus includes 

  • In 26 March 1971, Anti-Hindu extremists killed upto 3,000,000 (3 million) Hindus with a genocidal rape of 350,000. Years of ethnic cleansing in Bangladesh shrunk the Hindu population from 22.1% to 8.9% within a span of 50 years.
  • In 1971, during the Bangladesh war for independence, militants and Razakars raped between 200,000 and 400,000 Bangladeshi women and girls in a systematic campaign of genocidal rape. The Hindus in Bangladesh have witnessed brutal demolitions, desecration of temples including the Dhakeshwari temple and the sacred Bholanath Giri Ashram that were attacked. 
  • From 1992 to 1993, around 1,000 temples in Bangladesh were destroyed and looted.

The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam prays to Paramashiva for the atma shanti of lives lost in the orchestrated anti-Hindu violence where more than 80 special shrines set up for Durga Puja were targeted and attacked during the celebrations by a mob of over 500 people gathered from neighbouring districts to vandalize Durga Puja pandals, and disintegrate Hindu deities, reviving disturbing memories of the 1946 Noakhali genocide. Devotees of Hindu organizations were ruthlessly murdered while trying to protect their temples and the statue of ISKCON founder Abhay Charanaravinda Bhaktivedanta Swami, which was burnt in broad daylight. The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam stands in solidarity and support of the Bangladesh Hindu Unity Council that has bravely voiced the atrocities and brutality against the Hindu community in Bangladesh. Further, The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam sends healing prayers to the 150 Hindus injured during the communal ambush and to the families of the bereaved souls. Radical infiltration of Bangladeshi security forces is one of the many threats Bangladeshi Hindus face. Disturbing accounts of mass rapes go undocumdented and unreported due to internet blackouts in many parts of Bangladesh. The pain of the Hindus of Bangladesh is real, and must be acted upon by the International agencies for religious harmony and peace. 

KAILASA, the ancient Hindu enlightened civilizational nation, with de facto spiritual embassies operating across 100 countries with a global presence as the largest spiritual knowledge source on Hinduism, spiritually governed with the life positive, all inclusive, universal policies sourced from Hinduism is revived by The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam. The world needs to firmly and unequivocally denounce all attempts to devalue or minimize these heinous crimes and resolute efforts unanimously towards restoring peace and harmony in areas of conflicts. For the past 27 years, ShriKailasa Uniting Nations Against Persecution and Genocide is building relations, bridging dialogs, inspiring leaders, uniting nations towards acknowledging and fostering dialog for religious freedom and harmony. KAILASA actively guides through various initiatives dispelling myths that religion is to blame for all conflicts, on contrary, these initiatives takes responsibility to educate the role of religion in preventing wars, conflicts, and violence and actively promotes harmony and interfaith dialog. KAILASA reaffirms that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, and that the right to freedom of religion is a universal and inalienable which is a fundamental part of the rights of each human being, recognizing that the right to freedom of religion includes the right to choose, share and change one’s religion and beliefs, to manifest, either alone or in community with others and in public or private. KAILASA is committed to ensuring that each human being may exercise the right to freedom of religion, and all rights therein, regardless of race, class, colour, gender identity, sexual orientation, language, nationality or other status or distinction.

Having taken the spiritual responsibility of bringing world peace,by reviving the Enlightened Hindu eco systems, KAILASA’s Department of Human Services will be offering Maheshwara Puja at the feet of The SPH for the same on 20th October 2021.

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 October 18 as a day to show solidarity and support to all communities facing religious extermination and promote religious harmony.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my seal this seventeenth day of October, 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 Ashwina Māse Shukla Pakṣe Trayodashyam Śubhatithau Ravivasara-yuktāyāṁ Purva Bhadrapada Nakśatra.

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