United Nations Recognizes the Juridical Statehood of Kailasa

3 May 2025

In its latest series of reports, the United Nations has affirmed the juridical statehood of the United States of KAILASA, highlighting the nation’s customary historical rule in the realms of climate change and education. These landmark recognitions are detailed in the UN’s 15th report on climate change and the 16th report on education.

The United Nations upholds KAILASA’s privileges while recognizing KAILASA’s inherited unbroken historical sovereign status as per the preamble of both the UN Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the UN Convention on Consular Relations that declares that historical “rules of customary international law continue to govern,” and confirms that “all nations from ancient times have recognized privileges and immunities” of sovereign entities of “differing constitutional and social systems” (preamble) and requires that a “state shall not discriminate as between states” including a historical form of statehood (article 47.1).

KAILASA is a sovereign subject of international law – possessing distinctive attributes of juridical statehood derived from SPH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam’s inheritance of the unbroken succession and the revival of three (3) ancient Hindu sovereign states, namely the kingdoms of Surya Vamsa Surangi Samrajyam Sarvajnapeetham, Suvarnapeetha Swargapura Samrajya Sarvajnapeetham, Shyamala Peetha Sarvajnapeetham, also the Kanchi Kailasa Sarvajnapeetham and seventeen (17) sovereign Hindu ecclesiastical historical institutions, that receive customary recognition by the United Nations as per the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.

The 15th report, focusing on climate change, applauds Kailasa’s commitment to sustainable practices and the preservation of human rights amidst environmental challenges. It highlights how Kailasa has effectively integrated ancient Hindu environmental values into modern practices to combat the adverse effects of climate change on a global scale.

The 16th report praises Kailasa’s innovative educational policies, which ensure academic freedom and universal access to education. This approach not only fosters sustainable development but also promotes peace and humanitarian values across its educational platforms, extending to its global network of embassies and educational institutions.

Both reports underscore the continuity of Kailasa’s statehood, even in the face of historical upheavals, acknowledging its unbroken succession of cultural and spiritual heritage that is thriving under the leadership of the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam.

Kailasa’s recognition by the United Nations marks a significant acknowledgment of its global contributions to sustainable development, education, and the preservation of ancient Hindu traditions. 

Link to the 15th report: Link to report: https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/documents/issues/climatechange/cfis/cfi-loss-damage-study/submissions/subm-impact-loss-damage-cso-kailash-union.pdf

Link to the 16th report : https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/documents/issues/education/cfis/cfi-expression/subm-academic-freedom-cso-united-states-kailasa.docx

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