International Day for Universal Access to Information Day 2021

Proclamation 100116 of September 28, 2021

A Proclamation

KAILASA celebrates the International Day for Universal Access to Information on September 28, 2021, to highlight the relevance and importance of the right to information which is an integral part of the right to freedom of expression to empower and enhance the livelihoods and contribute to the social and economic development of all communities. This day marks KAILASA’s achievement of the knowledge repositories that have evolved for the last 26 years through intense determination to collect, maintain and preserve sacred Vedic sciences for the distribution of authentic information to one and all.

The great Hindu civilization comprising of 56 nations, 200 states, 1700 provinces and 10000 sampradayas (spiritual and religious traditions) has been a source of a phenomenal volume of knowledge repositories about 100 million scriptures that gave birth to numerous advancements in fields including health, governance, law, banking & accounting, architecture & civil engineering, performing arts, medicine, surgery, botany, chemistry and metallurgy, music, agriculture, astrology, shipbuilding, manufacturing, food sciences, etc.

Over the last few centuries, much of the sacred knowledge, education system, lifestyle, and original fabric of Sanatana Hindu Dharma was diluted, lost and destroyed by the combined forces of anti-Hindu elements and their political upheaval, colonialism and religious persecution that systematically ended millennia of Hindu Swarajya or self-rule. This movement was motivated solely by annihilating the local indigenous Hindu cultural fabric of Indians which inevitably roped the enlightened-centric knowledge. Myriad scriptures were burnt away in ashes out of which 20 million sacred scriptures were protected and saved by our brave ancestors. 

These 20 million Vedic scriptures and Sciences are being revived in KAILASA for escalating the science of Enlightenment to humanity and imparting the experience of superconscious breakthrough through free access to information.

The celebration of International Day for Universal Access to Information is a reminder  to protect sacred knowledge and awakening to work towards the revival of the Enlightenment-centric knowledge of Hinduism.

The International Day for Universal Access to Information provides the platform to internalise and realize the tremendous progress we have made by adhering to the principles of Sanatana Hindu Dharma and awakened us to revive other fragments of the Vedic knowledge that comprises of many indigenous spiritual and traditional information for the peaceful coexistence in the world. KAILASA has played an integral role in empowering and facilitating citizens around the world to their right to information and knowledge in Hinduism, and its principles through the provision of a phenomenal volume of Hindu peace literature in the physical and digital forms abiding by the cosmic law that everyone has the right to seek, receive and impart information for progressive and inclusive knowledge societies. 

We reaffirm that free, fair, and authentic information is essential to driving intellectual growth and ensure the unbroken chain of Vedic knowledge is passed down for the prosperous future of humanity. Providing all the Educational services free of cost in strict compliance with all knowledge is free as per the Paramashiva’s economic policy in the Veda Agamas which in turn is woven through the KAILASA’S initiatives towards promoting and accelerating the Universal Access to Information to one and all are:

  • KAILASA Department of Education in conjunction with ShriKailasa Uniting Nations Global Hindu University and KAIALSA Department of Information and Broadcasting for the relentless and uncompromising drive to modernize and digitalize to provide access to information and knowledge in the form of:
    • KAILASA’s Nithyanandapedia, KAILASA’s Hinduismpedia, KAILASA’s Kailasapedia that share with the world, all the videos, photos, and audio transcripts of the establishment of  KAILASA and the authentic history of Hinduism and building of KAILASA the Nation respectively to empower humanity to expand and realise their ancestral glory and attain their Divine higher identity.
  • KAILASA Department of Education in collaboration with the International Humanitarian Agency Yellow Om has established several Hindu libraries and institutions of indigenous scriptures all around the world having the largest collection of ancient texts on religion, spirituality and knowledge of several extinct indigenous Hindu sciences.
  • Over the last 26 years, the YELLOW OM in collaboration with KAILASA’s Dept of education and KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) has:
    • Collected more than 15TB of digital books and rare manuscripts, from all 19 Sarvajnapeethams, ancient Mutts and Ashrams.
    • Collected over 7000 books on the ancient Hindu medicine system, including – Ayurvedic Medicinal Plant Database, Ayurvedic Medicine Database, Materia Medica, Ayurvedic Text, Traditions in Ayurveda, and Ayurvedic Medicine 
    • Collected an online repository of more than 14500 palm-leaf manuscripts for free downloads
    • Compiled over half a million Wiki Articles on most searched and popular titles of Sanatana Hindu Dharma like Hinduism, Temples of India, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sanskrit, Ayurveda, etc;
  • KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) has developed the world’s first exclusive ‘Hindu library management system’ based on the ancient Vedic Scriptures classification tree. This classification system has more than 900 subject areas and more than 32 different levels of commentaries. This Indological knowledge classification system provides 30,000 different categories to catalogue any book from Hinduism. 
  • KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) is the largest collection of ancient texts on religion, human rights, spirituality, and knowledge sciences of several extinct indigenous Hindu tribes and sects. NHL has organized, preserved, time-capsuled, decoded, and finally made several of these texts freely available and accessible through the internet.  
  • KAILASA Department of Education’s role of access to information laws and their implementation to build back strong institutions such Nithyananda Hindu University offers FREE credit-bearing undergraduate and graduate and confer degrees in various branches of life science, arts, technology, humanities, psychology, philosophy, Hindu medicine with an emphasis on students to grow spiritually ( These courses are also made available on other platforms – KAILASA’s SPH Nithyananda YouTube Channel ( and NithyanandaPedia (
  • KAILASA’s Department of Education in conjunction with the KAILASA’s Department of Information and Broadcasting established an Internet-based Sarvajnapeetha (Think Tank of Hinduism) called the Antharjaala SarvjanPeetha (a subsectional dial-in/email feature under KAILASA’s Hinduismpedia), for the combined vision of ​​a globally accessible library- Vaidika Grantha Samadhi.
  • Also providing a platform for children irrespective of caste, creed, background, geography to their right to universal access to information through KAILASA’s Nithyananda Gurukul and eGurukul that offers FREE in-person and online Vedic education for provisioning of quality early childhood development with Vedic truths through a pedagogy that is flexible, multi-faceted, multi-level, play-based, activity-based, and inquiry-based learning exploring their true potential as divine beings by expressing superconscious powers of Paramashiva. These initiatives also support every basic need of the child including food, accommodation, health and well being during the period of study
  • KAILASA Department of Information and Broadcasting has developed projects aimed to strengthen multilingualism, ICTs and Media and Information Literacy (MIL) for disabled, underprivileged and marginalized backgrounds.

KAILASA’s Access to information initiatives are fundamentally reliant on KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (NHL) and digital infrastructure for the prominent reach of a large number of people, and we reaffirm in ensuring our information is secure, reliable, and open to all.

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 September 28, 2021, as International Day for Universal Access to Information for the provision of a platform to strengthen the right to information through various KAILASA initiatives.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my seal this twenty eighth day of September, 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 Kanya Māse Kṛṣṇa Pakṣe Saptamyam Śubhatithau Ṃangalavasara-yuktāyāṁ Ardra Nakśatra.


Collection of scriptures by trained religious peacekeepers of KAILASA
Collected 3 million books on Hinduism in ancient scripts such as Sanskrit, Tamil, Gratha, other Indian languages as well as English.
The Trained Religious Peacekeepers of KAILASA expanded their search in different fields of study branches for compiling the fragmented Vedic Knowledge of Hinduism after the Persecution
KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library has collected and recovered Manuscripts under Hinduism, Jainism
Organising and segregating the found and collected Vedic Knowledge under Shaivism, Jainism, Buddhist
The revival of the Enlightenment Centric Knowledge through relentless methods of finding, procuring, maintaining and organising the information through friendly formats for the feasible access for one and all.
Myriad courses provided on the KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu University on the The SPH’s discourses and Vedic scriptures contributing to the Universal access to information initiative.

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