Revival of KAILASA
KAILASA is the revival of the ancient enlightened Hindu civilizational nation with its own sovereign territory also. It is the First Nation for all the two billion born and practicing Hindu diaspora worldwide.
The ancient enlightened Hindu civilization used to exist in 56 nations. 10,000 Hindu traditions flourished in 200 Hindu kingdoms and 1700 Hindu provinces. However, centuries of religious persecution has made Hindus orphaned with no countries representing them. The last Hindu nation to fall was Nepal in 2007.
The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) Nithyananda Paramashivam is the Head of 21 such ancient indigenous Kingdoms of Hinduism. The SPH is reviving Hinduism to its full glory in the Sovereign State of SHRIKAILASA, which stands for human rights and religious freedom for all Hindus worldwide, protecting Hindus from persecution in over 100 countries.
SHRIKAILASA stands for all great values enshrined in the constitution of KAILASA - the Vedas and the Agamas. It is governed by the Sovereign Order of SHRIKAILASA, the oldest Governing Body for Hinduism. SHRIKAILASA’s vision and mission is enlightened living for all of humanity which is rooted in the fundamental principle of Advaita or Oneness – the idea that all beings can live in peace and harmony, and that all human beings are equal and divine, and can reach their highest potential.
Spiritual Foundation: The Values of Kailasa
Right to Happiness
Hinduism is the religion of bliss. It considers the Right of Happiness to be the highest fundamental right of all humans, in fact all beings. The ultimate goal for Hinduism is the material and spiritual well-being of humanity.
Peaceful Co-existence of all beings
Against the backdrop of this understanding of equality and unity, the Hindu world has embraced the reality of diversity through its philosophy of pluralism. Every being, with their varying likes and dislikes, their unique personalities, and their different cultures, not only connect with one another in their own unique ways, but connect with the divine in their own individual ways.
Omnipresence of All Beings
Human Dignity cannot be ensured merely through constitutional means, it has to be embedded in the basic Sanskaras – the value system of the society. The same Consciousness pervades all creation therefore all beings are equal.
Divine nature of Human Beings
Hinduism doesn’t recognise human beings as mere material beings. Its understanding of human identity is more ethical-spiritual than material. Sarvam brahmopniṣadam – All is Brahman, Consciousness, is revealed in the Upanishads.
That is why a sense of immortality and divinity is attributed to all human beings in Hindu thought and culture. It is on the principle that the soul that makes the body of all living organisms its abode is in fact an integral part of the Divine Whole – Paramaatman.
Ethical treatment of Animals and Plants
The core Hindu belief that the Divine exists in all living beings, both human and non-human, and Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, the whole world is one family. Animals and plants are equally embodied with the existence of the Divine and are fully deserving of respect and human compassion. Amongst Vedic traditions are some of the earliest teachings promoting the ethical treatment of animals, the basis of which stems from the concepts of karma and reincarnation; ahimsa or non-injury; and the understanding that the Divine exists as a soul in all living beings, both human and non-human. Despite differences in intelligence and ability amongst varying life forms, the existence of the soul in all forms binds all of existence and demands peaceful, respectful coexistence amongst humans, animals and other elements of nature.
Rights of All Genders
Kailasa respects and treats all 11 genders equally with equal respect and rights for all.
Kailasa will operate as a nation with its own Self-governing body based on:
- Parliamentary system based on Hindu Political principles
- Supreme Court as per Hindu Legal & Justice system
- Federal Reserve Bank run as per Hindu Economic Policies
- World Trade Center run as per Hindu Business Principles
- Educational Institutions run as per Hindu Education System
- Religious organizations such as Temples and Monasteries as per Hindu Religious traditions
- Hospitals as per Hindu Medical System
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