Fugitive godman Nithyananda reveals his new currency


Team Udayavani, Aug 23, 2020, 11:20 AM IST

Fugitive self-styled godman Nithyananda who fled India last year revealed the currency of his country Kailasa on Saturday, August 22.

On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi in his official Facebook account, Nithyananda shared a long post with details of the currencies and wrote, “With the grace of Ganapati, Paramashiva Ganapati, and Paramashiva, and all the gods and goddesses of Kailasa, I am introducing the currencies of Kailasa and reserve bank of Kailasa and economic policies, strategies of Kailasa, on this auspicious occasion.”

“Kailasa is my humble effort to keep the grand narrative of Hinduism alive in one remote corner of the world as a seed bank, how it keeps the seed alive. Reserve Bank of Kailasa – we signed a treaty, MOU, with a nation that has graciously agreed to host the reserve bank of Kailasa. So this bank exists as a legitimate body in that country that functions there,” he wrote.

“We are signing treaties with many diplomatic countries. In those countries, it may become current. Today i am doing only a ritualistic release. soon it will become functional,” he added.

“I am not against any nation or any religion. Kailasa is our humble effort and offering at the feet of Paramashiva to keep the grand narrative of Hinduism alive, to make people understand Hinduism is a functional system not just for enlightenment, even for economic principles policies, administrative policies, social structures, everything, in every level,” Nityananda further wrote.

“I would have been so happy to work for India and Hinduism – both if I was allowed to live peacefully in India. Unfortunately, I was not allowed to live peacefully in India. at least let me work for Hinduism as long as I am in the body. after I leave the body, whatever I gathered around me, everything goes to India, including my body,” the post states.

Nityananda is accused of rape and fled away from India last year. Reportedly, he created his own country ‘Kailasa.’ and he has not attended a single hearing against him.

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