KAILASA’s Hindus Triumph: 18 Hindumisic⁠ ⁠Media Articles Withdrawn
January 16, 2024

Jan 16, 2024 – Victory! KAILASA, the First Hindu nation, proudly announces another significant victory in the removal of Hinduphobic and defamatory articles by five prominent corporate media houses—Times of India, three subsidiaries of Times of India (namely Samayam Malayalam, Vijaya Karnataka, Navabharat Times), and India.Posten.com. Pushing the total number of such defamatory Hindumisic articles removed to 18 in 6 countries, namely the USA, India, Brazil, Italy, Malaysia, and Senegal, in 8 languages, including English, Chinese, French, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Portuguese, and Tamil.

Following is the list of articles removed:

These articles, which disseminated disinformation against the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) Nithyananda Paramashivam and KAILASA, have been successfully taken down, marking a momentous triumph for truth and justice.

The revival of KAILASA is attributed to the sacrifices, relentless hard work, and unwavering commitment of the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH), Nithyananda Paramashivam. This victory serves as a testament to the SPH’s uncompromising persistence in upholding truth and advocating for Hindus globally. It underscores the profound impact of aligning with the SPH and His mission

This achievement also underscores the significance of holding media organizations accountable for journalistic ethics and content accuracy. As we celebrate this victory, the true narrative about SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam, KAILASA, Hindu Holocaust, and Hinduism emerges, dispelling the false public narrative.

The unwavering support and dedication of KAILASA citizens and supporters have played a pivotal role in securing this outcome. As we bask in the success of this united pursuit of truth and justice, let this victory urge other media houses to follow suit and rectify any misinformation about the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam and KAILASA.

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