KAILASA’s Pontifical Council for Education was conceived by The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam in the year 2000 and KAILASA’s Education Commission came into existence on 14th April, 2001 and became a statutory body of KAILASA by an Act of Education for accreditation of various schools, education agencies, higher education institutions and universities to offer conscious education including content, teaching methodologies, examination, research and training.
KAILASA’s International Education Program has two branches: 1) primary and secondary education (Raja Vidya Gurukul) and 2) post-secondary and interest-based continuing education (KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu University). Both branches utilize distance learning platforms and in-person delivery methods; and are completely free of charge.
Raja Vidya Gurukul
Gurukul means “Guru’s home”. The Gurukul is the ancient traditional Hindu education system, in which the transmission of knowledge occurs directly from the Guru to the student through the sacred process of Initiation by the Guru or Master, creating enlightened beings and reviving the ancient educational methodologies, offering educational services through knowledge transmission systems instead of knowledge transfer systems.
Children enrolled in KAILASA’s Nithyananda Rajavidya Gurukul irrespective of gender, color, race and religion in all the de-facto embassies of KAILASA have equal access to quality education, health care, mental-health care, child care, ample nutritious, organic, sattvic food, and resources and opportunities that enable them to reach their potential.
KAILASA’s Nithyananda Rajavidya Gurukul is centered on the fundamental principles of Hinduism – Advaita (oneness) and Ahimsa (non-violence) – to nurture peaceful and resilient leaders who help to build an enlightened humanity to ensure a sustainable future.
Some of the results include:
- Whole-brain and stress-free learning. No addictions, violence, or aggression
- 50% of children are 1 to 4 years ahead of their grades, giving their Class X Board Exams before 15 years
- 35% of children have IQ scores above 130 – ‘gifted’ category as per SLOSSON IQ score
- Quantum memory activation is recalling verbatim after a single hearing (called Eka-Santa-grahyam in the Vedic age)
- Children are able to manifest the powers of sarvajnatva (all-knowing) and download any information
- Awakened yogic powers such as communicating and commanding Nature to cause rain, rose plants to drop thorns, etc.
KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu University (KNHU)
KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu University remains committed to bringing the best of the most ancient living spiritual tradition, Sanatana Hindu Dharma to the world, glorifying and re-establishing the Vedic Enlightenment-based Civilization. KNHU draws inspiration from the millennia-old Vedic tradition of ancient India, the oldest living stream of transformational science in the world today. The pragmatic Vedic civilization is credited with many significant ‘firsts’ in the fields of yoga, medicine, astronomy, economics, mathematics, and navigation, among others. Reinterpreting Vedic wisdom in the light of modern life and needs,
KNHU is committed to delivering the wisdom of the Vedas and teaching the science of enlightenment, enriching the masses in all dimensions of their lives. Delivery methods include on-line, self-paced learning and in-person programming leveraging resources of partner countries. It is the world’s largest Hindu University with over 400 extended campuses in 150 countries. KNHU offers more than 10,000 free courses and over 20 million youth and adults have received free education till date.
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