On February 22, 2023, women representatives from the United States of KAILASA participated in a general discussion on “Equal and inclusive representation of women in decision-making systems” at the United Nations in Geneva.

LOS ANGELES, CA, February 23, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — At its 84th session, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women held a half-day of general discussion on “Equal and inclusive representation of women in decision-making systems” within the framework of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. The half-day of general discussion was organized by OHCHR.

The purpose of the half-day of general discussion was to prepare the elaboration by the Committee of a General Recommendation on the equal and inclusive representation of women in decision-making systems. The aim of the general recommendation is to provide guidance to States parties to the Convention on the measures they should adopt to ensure full compliance with their obligations to respect, protect and fulfill women’s human right to equal and inclusive representation in decision-making systems.

The United States of KAILASA is the First Sovereign State where the 2 billion Hindus can unapologetically live and celebrate their enlightened, indigenous traditions and lifestyle. The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam, ordained as the emperor of 21 ancient indigenous Hindu kingdoms, is reviving Hinduism, the enlightened Hindu civilization consisting of 10,000 unique traditions to its full glory, including traditions led by women, such as the Shakta tradition.

At the United Nations, the women of KAILASA® first offered worship to the deities of Paramashiva and Parashakti – Parashakti, the Divine Feminine Consciousness is the consort of Paramashiva, the Primordial Hindu Divinity – and to the deity of The SPH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam who graced the conference hall. The women of KAILASA took The SPH’s blessings before commencing the 84th session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women. The KAILASA delegation at the event included Her Excellency Ma Vijayapriya Nithyananda, the Permanent Ambassador of KAILASA to the UN, Ma Mukthika Ananda, the head of KAILASA Los Angeles, Ma Sona Kamat, the head of KAILASA St. Louis, Ma Nithya Atmadayaki, the head of KAILASA UK, Ma Nithya Venkateshananda, the head of KAILASA France, and Ma Priyaprema Nithyananda, head of KAILASA Slovenia.

The Permanent Ambassador of KAILASA to the UN, initiated nun of the Sovereign Order of SHRIKAILASA (oldest Hindu monastic order), presented a message from The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism (SPH) Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam, The Sovereign of the United States of KAILASA, on His behalf. The message highlighted the success of KAILASA in empowering women as leaders and decision-makers.

Still today, 82% percent of female parliamentarians across five regions experienced some form of psychological violence, which included sexist or humiliating sexual gestures, images, and remarks, threats, and mobbing. Almost 44% of these women received threats of death, rape, assault, or abduction towards themselves or their families. At least 200 million women and girls have undergone female genital mutilation in 31 countries where the practice is concentrated.

The women representative of KAILASA came as a voice for Hindu women to the United Nations, meeting with various delegations from other countries, the secretariat and chair of the committee, sharing with them the success of KAILASA and the Hindu holistic solutions to the problems facing the world. The KAILASA representations also presented the preamble to the KAILASA constitution – the Bhagavad Gita – to the dignitaries.

February 22, 2023 was a significant moment in the pursuit of promoting Vedic Feminism®. Hinduism’s unique veneration of Parashakti, the Supreme Feminine Consciousness, demonstrates the high regard and status it accords to women. To preserve true empowerment, protection, and quality of life for women globally for generations to come, it is imperative to revive the enlightened Hindu civilization of KAILASA. Therefore, it is essential to hold accountable those who persecute The SPH and KAILASA and stop their actions.

Excerpts from the presentation:
The SPH is reviving the Hindu civilization, which has a history of millions of powerful Hindu women. Women like Ahilya Bai, a young widow built futuristic cities that till today are civic marvels. Sadly, though, the Hindu civilization has suffered a massive ethnocide and genocide that took the lives of more than 400 million Hindus, and saw the fall of fifty-six Hindu nations.

Sexual violence, as a weapon of war was unleashed on proud and brave Hindu Women, including Hindu Royalty – many of whom committed mass suicides to avoid being used as sex slaves. Despite their sacrifice, there were millions of women who were taken as sex slaves and thereby shattering their confidence.

Centuries of using Hindu women as weapons in war has left a deep shameful psychological scar on Hindu women. Today, the SPH and His empowering policies in Kailasa have empowered millions of women to overcome this generational gender persecution.

The SPH broke all social barriers when he revived the authentic Veda Agamic rights of Hindu women as declared and recorded in many Hindu scriptures. The SPH initiated women into sannyas (monkhood) and also elevated them to the ranks equivalent to Bishops and Archbishops. After elevating women equivalent to these ranks and giving them voting rights, The SPH was persecuted, shamed, objectified, and banned from preaching. His female administrators of the only Hindu university exclusively for women – Ma Nithyananditha, Ma Tattvapriyananda, Ma Pranapriyananda, Ma Jyotikananda Swami and Ma Priyatattvananda – were tortured, objectified, subjected to ruthless lawfare and illegally imprisoned. The SPH was finally illegally exiled from his birth country.

The women of KAILASA are the voices for the sufferings of those Hindu women and generations before them. In KAILASA, misogyny, femicide and objectification of women are national crimes.

KAILASA has fostered an environment that naturally allows women to develop into leaders – women hold 80% of leadership positions in KAILASA. While KAILASA’s policy stipulates that 33% of legislative positions should be held by women, women make up 90% of the governance.

Additionally, KAILASA’s national policy puts the health of women as the utmost priority, taking precedence over all other national budgets. As part of this policy, women are granted time off during their monthly cycle and free medical care, support, and counseling are provided to all women.

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