Department of Education
Nithyananda Jnanalaya
01 November, 2021

For the last two thousand years, due to ongoing persecution, terrorist attacks, and strategic distortion, the pillars of Hinduism were dismantled resulting in millions of original scriptures of Sanatana Hindu Dharma. The Hindu libraries such as Nalanda and Matakalapu Library in Sri Lanka were burning for numerous days when it was set ablaze by anti-Hindu forces resulting in the loss of literary legitimacy. Hinduism had ten crores, hundred million sourcebooks, currently and today Hinduism holds 20 million scriptures out of 100 million ancient scriptures. KAILASA is prioritizing the urgent need for establishing KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library.

Hindu rishis, saints, scholars, seers, enlightened masters, and thinkers from the Vedic period made all efforts to preserve the knowledge they gathered. From Hinduism’s source scriptures such as Vedas, Agamas, Vedanta, Darshana, Puranas, and Ithihasas to subjects such as Astronomy, Ayurveda Astrology, Yoga, Vastu, Mathematics, Linguistics and many more have been inscribed on temple walls, manuscripts, books, palm leaves and on stone tablets.

KAILASA’s Nithyananda Hindu Library (Jnanalaya) is a very critical part of KAILASA’s mission towards providing all the knowledge-related services including creating libraries, free access to knowledge sciences through these libraries to humanity. KDE aims to preserve these ancient knowledge repository systems and will be providing knowledge assistance to yogic, ayurvedic solutions and medical care based on Hindu yogic sciences, Hindu medicine science as it gives hope and strength, especially to the weakest and most vulnerable sections of the society.

In ancient days, if Hindus wanted to resolve any conflicts, problems,Hindu or questions they used to visit Naimisharanya, where all the scriptures are stored, and the Rishis who have read all the scriptures are available who will refer immediately to the scriptures and provide solutions. KDE strives to revive the Naimisharanya, the Sarvajnapeetha to provide sustainable user-friendly solutions as per Vedagamas and find solutions from Vedagamas for all lifestyle issues, social issues, how we should conduct ourselves in society, liberated thinking, and much more. 

KDE further in conjunction with the international agency Yellow OM, envisions building massive libraries around the world where the knowledge transmission methodologies and mechanisms are made user-friendly and presented as a video encyclopedia of Hinduism. These libraries called Grantha Samadhis are considered as deities and worshipped across KAILASA’s Jnanalayas