Nithyananda Bans People from India to Kailasa: Swami Nityananda cites ban on travelers coming from India to Kailasa, COVID-19

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Nithyananda Bans People From India To Kailasa: The number of people infected with COVID-19 continues to increase rapidly in the world. It is quite common to dream of running away on a remote island amid Corona infection. In such a situation, Kailasa Island, which was established in the year 2019 by Self-Styled Godman Nithyananda, is also bad news for you if you are included in your list for traveling. In fact, in one of his statements, Swami Nithyananda has announced that devotees coming from India will not be allowed to enter Kailasa. He has cited Kovid-19 behind this.

He said that not only India but travelers coming from Brazil, EU and Malaysia were also banned. This decision was taken in view of the growing Kovid-19 cases across the world. The tweet accompanying the statement reads that Kailasa’s presidential mandate is directly from the Executive Order #SPH for all Kailasa embassies around the world.

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In the latest statement, he wrote – All the Kailashians, Ekalashians associated with all the real embassies of Kailasa are quarantining themselves and want to follow the precautionary measures laid down by the local laws. After reading this executive order, Twitter users have given their reactions to this. Also Read: Swami Nithyananda’s Kailasa Island: Swami Nityananda Launches E-Visa And Passport Process For His Hindu Island, Video Released

Please tell that Swami Nityananda has been hiding on the island off the coast of Ecuador since 2019. He is absconding from India after being accused of sexual harassment, since then Nityananda has been appealing to the United Nations to declare Kailasa a separate country. In August 2020, Nityananda also launched his own Reserve Bank of Kailasa. The official currency of the island was declared the Kailashian Dollar.

According to the website, Kailasa for the unmarried is a nation spread by Hindus around the world, who have lost the authority to practice Hinduism authentically in their own countries. It is designed to preserve and share Sanatan Hinduism with others.

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