Who is Vijayapriya, the ‘official’ representative of the ‘Kailasa’ country of Nithyananda at the UNO summit?
The controversial Spiritual guru Nithyanandaswamy has not only established a country by name ‘Kailasa’ but also deputed a lady representative, Vijayapriya to attend the UNO conference. Vijayapriya, clad in a saree, having a headgear, ornaments and sporting ‘tilak’ on forehead and wearing a ‘rudraksha’ chain attended the UNO conference. She has introduced herself as the permanent representative of Kailasa country and her photographs have become viral in the social media.
Vijayapriya, having the tattoo of Nithyananda on her right hand has participated in the conference along with other women. According to Vijayapriya’s LinkedIn profile, she has done her Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Microbiology at the Manitoba University of Canada. Her profile also shows that her name was mentioned in the University Deen’s Honors List in June 2014 and she has proficiency and excellent command in languages which include English, French, Creole and languages related to French such as Pidgins. The Kailasa website states that Vijayapriya is working for their country.
Vijayapriya has participated at the 19th meeting of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) which was held at Geneva on 24th February 2023. She had had a series of meetings with a number of representatives of different countries and the related photos were shared by her through social media. In one of the videos shared, she was seen signing certain agreements along with American officials as well.
Vijayapriya Nithyananda has disclosed that ‘Kailasa’ country has established a number of NGOs and also the offices of their Ambassadors in several countries. She has also tweeted that her country has the highest respect and reverence for India, though a certain section of people in India, who are against Hinduism resorted to harass and trouble Nithyanandaswamy. She has demanded that suitable and strict action need to be taken by the Government of India on such forces and people. However, the United Nations Human Rights Committee’s office in a statement has clarified that their organisation is in no way connected either with the actions or with the statements of Vijayapriya and she has participated at the conference in the capacity of a representative of an NGO only.