Vijayapriya Nithyananda: What we know about Kailasa’s UN representative
Vijayapriya Nithyananda represented ‘United States of Kailasa’ at the United Nations.
A woman named Vijayapriya Nithyananda is making headlines after a video of her speaking at a United Nations meeting in Geneva went viral. The video, shared by fugitive godman Nithyananda, who claims to have founded the "United States of Kailasa," shows Vijayapriya dressed in a saffron saree with a rudraksha necklace and maang-teeka on her forehead.
“Our concern is solely directed towards those anti-Hindu elements. We urge the Indian government to take action against such elements who continue to incite violence against the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism and Kailasa," she said.
The UN human rights office clarified that any submissions made by representatives of the "United States of Kailasa" at the public meetings in Geneva last week were "irrelevant" and would not be considered in the final outcome drafts. The delegation joined the event as an NGO, it said.
Who is Vijayapriya Nithyananda?
Vijayapriya Nithyananda is the permanent ambassador of the "United States of Kailasa" at the United Nations. She lives in the US. She studied Microbiology at Canada's University of Manitoba in 2014. According to her LinkedIn profile, she is fluent in English, French, Creole and Pidgins.
In Kailasa, which is Nithyananda's virtual Hindu country, Vijayapriya enjoys the status of a diplomat. She also has a tattoo of Nithyananda on her right arm, as seen in the photos and videos.
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