KAILASA commemorates World Cities Day (31 October 2021) through its theme: Better city, better life in remembrance of our Hindu ancestors who created enlightenment-centric cities, ecosystems, and societies that achieved sustainability goals, environmental protection, as well as fine climate-resilient policies as per Vedāgamas, the source scriptures of Hinduism as envisioned by Bhagavan Paramaśiva and revived by the living incarnation, the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam. Prominent ancient successful sustainable civilizations demonstrated long-lasting resolute, highly advanced technologies and thrived on conscious enlightenment-centric ecologically-friendly livelihood.
World Cities Day encourages the understanding of ancient human history and how sustainable development and environmental protection are reflected through the lives and quotidian activities of human beings in the Vedic era. The discovery of various documents and evidence excavated in the early period sheds light on the association between urban settings and ecological habitats for a climate-resilient city. KAILASA has revived the ancient well-planned architecture as a viable alternative to solve21st-century concerns of carbon neutrality, energy, global warming and climate change.
The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam stands as the unifying force for the 2 billion born and practicing Hindu Diaspora worldwide and established the only Hindu State, KAILASA -the ancient civilizational Nation for the persecuted Hindus in over 100 countries and has been single-handedly, tirelessly inspiring the dispossessed Hindu Diaspora to reclaim their Hindu centric freedom and tradition through reanimating these ecosystems. KAILASA, as a Nation, with de-facto spiritual embassies operating across over 100 countries and having presence across the globe as the largest spiritual knowledge source on Hinduism, spiritually governed with the life positive, all-inclusive, universal policies sourced from Hinduism revived by The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam. KAILASA'senlightenment-centric cities consist of places of worship-Temples (Devalayas), Food Banks (Annalaya), Libraries (Jnanalaya), Schools (Gurukuls), and Animal shelters (Gaumandirs) that demonstrate resilient, sustainable, and ecologically-friendly ecosystems.
KAILASA urges cities around the world to re-examine the global needs and to rise to the occasion of an emergency to address critical issues of environmental degradation on a larger scale with forethought.