USK Shines on Global Stage: Represented at UN-Geneva Talks on Women in Leadership!
The United States of KAILASA is the First Hindu Nation, where the 2 billion Hindus unapologetically live and celebrate their enlightened, indigenous traditions and lifestyle.
The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam, ordained as the emperor of 21 ancient indigenous Hindu kingdoms, is reviving Hinduism, the enlightened Hindu civilization consisting of 10,000 unique traditions to its full glory, including traditions led by women, such as the Shakta tradition.
At the United Nations, the women of KAILASA® first offered worship to the deities of Paramashiva and Parashakti – Parashakti, the Divine Feminine Consciousness is the consort of Paramashiva, the Primordial Hindu Divinity – and to the deity of The SPH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam who graced the conference hall. The women of KAILASA took The SPH’s blessings before commencing the 84th session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women. The KAILASA delegation at the event included Her Excellency Ma Vijayapriya Nithyananda, the Permanent Ambassador of KAILASA to the UN, Ma Mukthika Ananda, the head of KAILASA Los Angeles, Ma Sona Kamat, the head of KAILASA St. Louis, Ma Nithya Atmadayaki, the head of KAILASA UK, and Ma Nithya Venkateshananda, the head of KAILASA France, and head of KAILASA Sloveni, Ma Priyaprema Nithyananda.
On February 22, 2023, the United Nations in Geneva became the site of a powerful call to action for the protection and empowerment of women around the world. Female parliamentarians gathered to discuss the troubling statistics surrounding gender-based violence and discrimination. Shockingly, 82% of women parliamentarians from five regions had experienced some form of psychological violence, including sexist or humiliating gestures, images, and remarks, threats, and mobbing. Furthermore, almost 44% of these women had received threats of death, rape, assault, or abduction towards themselves or their families. These numbers are staggering and demonstrate the urgent need for action to protect women’s rights.
Among the voices at the United Nations were the women representatives of KAILASA, who came to speak out against the persecution of Hindu women. They met with delegations from other countries, as well as the secretariat and chair of the committee, to share the success of KAILASA and present Hindu holistic solutions to the problems facing the world. The KAILASA representatives also presented the preamble to the KAILASA constitution – the Bhagavad Gita – to the dignitaries in attendance.
The representatives of KAILASA made it clear that February 22, 2023, was a momentous occasion for the promotion of Hindu Feminism®, a philosophy grounded in Hinduism’s unique veneration of Parashakti, the Supreme Feminine Consciousness. This philosophy demonstrates the high regard and status accorded to women in Hinduism. In light of the alarming statistics surrounding gender-based violence and discrimination, it is imperative to preserve true empowerment, protection, and quality of life for women globally for generations to come. To achieve this, it is essential to revive the enlightened Hindu civilization of KAILASA and to hold accountable those who persecute the SPH and KAILASA and stop their actions.