Department of Treasury

KAILASA’s Department of Treasury operates and maintains systems, procedures, and financial infrastructures.

Treasury provides sound economic analysis and authoritative policies on the production of currency, disbursement of payments to the citizens of KAILASA, revenue collection, financial reporting, monetary reliefs, and allocating funds necessary to run the federal government. Using Hindu Economic Policies, the department works with other federal and international agencies and governments to increase global economic growth & raise standards of living. KAILASA’s Department of Treasury shall work toward the empirical development of Hindu economics by adhering to the Hindu Banking & Finance activities as stated in Vedagamas.



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What we do

Our Vision

KAILASA’s Department of the Treasury aspires to excel and lead in providing accounting and financial services in accordance with the Vedagamas, to the Government and Citizens of KAILASA. KDT envisions to maintain a strong Hindu economy and enable sustainable economic growth and stability by integrating Hindu principles and consciousness-based traditional financial strategies.

Our Mission

The mission of KAILASA’s Department of the Treasury is to formulate, recommend and implement Hindu economic, fiscal, and tax policy; serve as the financial agent of the government, and enforce and ensure financial institutes are abiding by the financial principles & laws. KAILASA’s Department of Treasury strives to maintain its role as the representative of the Hindu economic and financial systems in the world economy.

Our Strategic Goals

Our strategic goals are:

  • To achieve steady economic prosperity through the Hindu Economic Policies
  • To create economic and job opportunities by promoting conditions that enable economic growth and stability
  • To strengthen the security of assets by identifying security threats and improving the safety net of the financial system
  • To protect the integrity of the Hindu financial ecosystem
  • To supervise finances and resources adequately and efficiently with the utmost integrity
  • To create a simpler, fairer, stronger, and safer financial service system in accordance with the Vedagamas
  • To seamlessly make available access and use of financial services for the citizens of KAILASA
  • To become the pillars of Dharmic Economy


Our Responsibilities

Our responsibilities are:

  • To achieve steady economic prosperity through the Hindu Economic Policies
  • To create economic and job opportunities by promoting conditions that enable economic growth and stability
  • To strengthen the security of assets by identifying security threats and improving the safety net of the financial system
  • To protect the integrity of the Hindu financial ecosystem\
  • To supervise finances and resources adequately and efficiently with the utmost integrity
  • To create a simpler, fairer, stronger, and safer financial service system in accordance with the Vedagamas
  • To seamlessly make available access and use of financial services for the citizens of KAILASA
  • To become the pillars of Dharmic Economy

    Our Service Pledge

    KDT is committed with:

    To maintain the highest standards of INTEGRITY, by understanding the procedures and regulations on Hindu ethics, policies, security, and conduct.

    Demonstrate and promote AUTHENTIC Hindu ethical practice in maintaining accounts as stated in Vedaagamas.

    To give authoritative advice, guidance and take precautionary measures on financial issues and other matters arising in economy

    Be the center of excellence in financial and fiscal management by ENRICHING Hindu based businesses to adopt and operate with financial principles predicated in Hindu Scriptures

    The prosperity of Hindu Civilizations & Culture – A History

    In the 1980s the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) commissioned a study under a famous economic historian Angus Maddison. His monumental research has shown that between years 1 and 1700 AD, India’s Hindu economy accounted for a quarter to one-third of the total world GDP, but began to decline sharply under foreign rule till in the 1950s their share of world GDP came down to 3 percent.

    Pew Research on religious groups and Wall Street Journal reports that Hindus are the best-educated religious group in the U.S – 77% of American Hindus have a college degree, compared with an average of 27% for all U.S. adults. Hindus are the highest-earning community in the US and the highest tax-paying community in many countries around the world.

    Hindu economic principles – which promote abundance in both the inner and outer worlds and have been proven to create wealthy communities for many millennia – continue to be relevant in the modern world, thus disproving the limited views of economists and socialists such as Weber, Schweitzer, and Kapp.

    Many core principles of a Hindu economy are outlined as early as in the Rig Veda (X.117.4) and various Upanishads. Subsequently, there were several sources of economic ideas in Hindu texts: Kautilya’s Arthashastra (320 BC), Shura-Neetisaara, Dharmashaastras, and other manuscripts penned by Apastambha, Vasistha, Yaajnavalkya, and others[1], addressed sophisticated economic principles such as labor theory, supply-demand principles, and scarcity theory of value, among others.

    Revival of the Hindu Economy

    KAILASA, an economy based solely on Hindu principles, is aiming to recreate the enlightenment ecosystem that is described in the Veda-Agamas, which fueled the unprecedented economic abundance experienced by ancient Hindu civilizations.

    KAILASA is the abode of Paramashiva, The 1008th incarnation of Paramashiva The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam, through the mission of KAILASA aims to create a superconscious society through liberating economic practices outlined in the Agamas. The Hindu economic principles form the backbone of KAILASA with a focus on consciousness-based economic principles emphasizing “people first” ideologies such as non-violence, harmony with nature, equality, equal opportunity, women’s empowerment, charity, and gratitude. The hallmark of such a system would be free education, holistic health, and food, prosperity, and enlightenment for the citizens of KAILASA.

    Economic Principles

    Principle of Advaita (Oneness)

    For the nation of KAILASA, many applications of economic principles are primarily from the Agamas authored by Paramashiva, the original author of the science of yoga and enlightenment. The Agamas can be considered applied science based on the principles in the Vedas and the Upanishads – which is Advaita. Ishavasya Upanishad says in its very first verse “Consciousness pervades everything”.

    While this may imply that consciousness is the primary reality, and the objects it manifests as are a secondary reality, the Veda-Agamas does not imply that the material world should not be taken into account – only that the ultimate reality (paramarthika satya) cannot be ignored and has to be taken into consideration. This is why Paramashiva discusses wealth and economics in the Agamas. He sees wealth as a core expression of enlightenment, and details a framework to create a superconscious society through an Agamic economy.

    Even sanyaas (monkhood), which means renunciation, means only renouncing one’s ties but involves embracing and taking responsibility for the entire world.

    Enlightenment based Ecosystem
    According to Hindu economics, human goals or Purusharthas are fourfold: artha (prosperity or wealth), kaama (pleasures), dharma (cosmic law), and moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death). Thus, the traditional idea of wealth is only one part of the economic principles.

    Two of the most important aspects that drive the Hindu economy are:

    Dharma – which can be interpreted as flowing with the cosmic law. Part of dharma is ethics. Hindu economic practices cannot be separated from ethics.

    Moksha – realizing our true reality, that we are consciousness, we are in the space of “Oneness” or Advaita. Realizing this state and space of Oneness is described as enlightenment. Functioning in this world while in this space of enlightenment is called “Living Enlightenment” by His Divine Holiness.

    Such a society using Advaita as a strategy for success is an “Enlightenment-based ecosystem”, and the economy is an enlightenment-based (consciousness-based) economy. According to Paramashiva, all enlightenment-based ecosystems share certain behavioral patterns.

    Principle of Equality

    People First
    A core theme that sets apart KAILASA’s economy is putting people first, ahead of profits and material wealth. This principle derives naturally from the focus on dharma and moksha.

    “People are wealth, people are living, people are energy. Finally, people are God! Give everything to people. People bring everything you need. Whether it is basic things like food or things like love, joy, laughter everything people bring in your life. To enrich people, your involvement with people shows your involvement with life .” – The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam.

    In Paramashiva’s economy in KAILASA, the people and Paramashiva are co-creators of money, where our ability to be intelligently active and constantly contributing is true wealth. The ability to keep the currency current and moving gives value to the currency.

    Holistic health care & Food
    Paramashiva says in the Agamas that anything required for day-to-day living and lifestyle should be created in a self-sufficient way in a healthy economy. In KAILASA this applies to healthcare, clothing, and food. Self-sufficient economies do not outsource their basic needs. But in the modern consumption-based economy, outsourcing things like food has led to the creation of dependence of the society on food-like products, which leads to poor health. Traditional Hindu economy had two layers – sangha Nidhi (wealth from the ocean) and Padma Nidhi (wealth from the ground). Ground-based wealth can be metal or grain.

    KAILASA’s economy will focus on gold and grain. Grain will be an important part of the economy and can be traded for just like money. Modern society has created an imbalance in two ways – rampant consumerism has replaced food with food-like products, which has led to the devaluation of grains and also plunging health. By elevating grain to the level of importance of gold, KAILASA will automatically create self-sustaining ecosystems where health is of the highest priority.

    Modern medicine focuses on sickness and cure – doctors are rewarded when they cure sick people, so they do not have immense incentive to keep people healthy in the first place. KAILASA’s economy will focus on holistic health and preventative care while being in harmony with nature. Modern medicine treats diseases as isolated biomechanical systems, without considering the human being. KAILASA’s health care will consider people as conscious beings which treat them holistically. This is a very important part of the “people-based” economy.

    Equality and Equal Opportunity
    KAILASA, the Hindu nation, aims to create the largest worldwide enlightenment ecosystem. As a consequence, KAILASA’s goal is to establish a thriving economy based on the principles of Oneness and enlightenment for all. KAILASA’s goal is to legitimately prove that an economy operating on Hindu religious principles can generate wealth without exploitation, and create a political-economic framework that can provide equality and opportunity for everyone irrespective of their gender, color, creed, family origin, or any other differences. KAILASA’s economy would operate on the principle of the varnas which says that everyone has equal opportunity to seek the living of their choosing based on their guna-karma. Thus KAILASA is a contribution-based economy, where success depends on “responsibilism” – the amount of responsibility one takes for the world.

    The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam has followed the practice of conferring the yajnopavita (the sacred thread that in mainstream practice worn only by Brahmin men) not only to women, but to everyone who is initiated, elevating everyone irrespective of their caste, creed, color, background into a seeker of enlightenment. KAILASA will be solidly established in this principle of equality.

    Gender Equality
    In Hindu economics, women were not only treated equally to men but often elevated to a higher level. Several references from Atharvaveda (Brahmcharya Sukta) not only refer to the importance of education of women but also acknowledge their central role in economics and the prosperity of a family.

    Girls should train themselves to become complete scholars and youthful through Brahmacharya and then enter married life. ~ Atharvaveda 11.5.18

    Oh, woman! You know everything. Please provide us the strength of prosperity and wealth ~ Atharvaveda 7.47.2

    KAILASA embraces the philosophy of empowerment of women. The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam has worked tirelessly for gender equality not only in the economic society but also in the spiritual and religious realm. Women will be allowed to be priests in temples, embrace sanyas (or monkhood) and run as administrators in the de facto embassies of KAILASA. These are core and ancient practices of Hinduism as prescribed by Paramashiva in the Agamas.

    Principle of Non-violence and Non-Exploitativeness

    Other economic theories are based on infinite consumption. They treat people as objects to be exploited. Hindu economic principle considers people as conscious beings, catering to their enlightenment while ensuring their success both in the inner world as well as the outer world.

    Since flowing with consciousness or cosmic law (dharma) is integral to KAILASA’s economy, non-violence and non-exploitativeness are core principles. This creates for the first time, an economy where the various identities of a person – their individual, corporate, national, or global identities – are not in conflict with each other.

    Ahimsa (non-violence), Asteya (non-stealing), Aparigraha (living with minimal needs), and Satya (living with the truth) have always been vows taken by sanyasis. KAILASA will hence be a non-violent economy where exploitative industries like drugs or alcohol will not be allowed. Hinduism has always believed in a non-exploitative labor philosophy – workers are not given “wages” but are invested in the outcome. Equitable distribution of wealth based on the value of their skill and input gives them ownership of both the upside and the downside.

    Second is the idea of “nonviolent money” where value is created purely based on businesses that enrich people (eliminating any business or economic practice that thrives on fear, greed, and exploitation, such as insurance).

    These principles also dictate that KAILASA’s economy will emphasize harmony with nature, with animals enjoying certain rights. Companies in KAILASA will be legally required to ensure that their practices are in alignment with nature, and protect the environment for the future.

    Investments and Innovation
    The education and healthcare industries in the modern world lead to exploitative economies. In Paramashiva’s economy, currency only comes into play for projects that require the coordination of people and resources for long-term investments. But this currency should be based on contribution – trading time and energy to create money, ownership, and responsibility which is distributed throughout the system.

    Another key principle of KAILASA’s economy is the use of a crypto-currency model that does away with the shortcomings of a fiat model where money is based on debt, flows in a layered fashion, leading to incomplete knowledge and exploitation of common citizens. Using a crypto-currency KAILASA aims to promote a worldwide economy, which can actively encourage businesses around the world who believe and operate on Hindu economic principles to not only participate in the KAILASA economy but also thrive and benefit from it.

    As a result, KAILASA’s economic policy aims to encourage enormous investments in long-term projects, spur unlimited innovation in technology, arts, medicine, manufacturing, farming, and other areas, much like it did in the past, creating innovators like Baudhayana (mathematics), Aryabhatta (astronomy), Brahmagupta (mathematics), Varahamihira (hydrology, geology), Nagarjuna (chemistry), Susruta (surgery) and others.

    Principle of Enriching & Charity (Daana)

    The KAILASA economy is built to reward the ability to intelligently enrich the society in some form and inspire humanity to contribute back to you, so you can continue to enrich – that is “wealth”. His Divine Holiness defines wealth based on its ability to circulate and create more wealth. KAILASA will encourage “Lakshmi’s wealth” (money which circulates) vs “Kubera’s wealth” (money that is static).

    Charity was an important part of wealth: Rigved (X.117.4) says: “na sakḥaa yo na dadaati sakḥye sacḥaa bḥuve sacḥamaanaaya pitvaḥ” (A person is no friend if he does not help the needy; but one who helps is a real friend). In fact, a businessman was not considered successful in Hindu economics unless they shared their profit through charity.

    The Taittreya Upanishad (1.11.13) says:

    Sḥraddayaa deyam. Sḥriyaa deyam. Hriyaa deyam. Bḥiyaa deyam. Samvida deyam.

    Give with commitment. Give generously. Give with humility. Give with respect. Give with understanding.

    Swami Vivekananda made the quote from the Upanishads “Atmano moksḥartam yagat ḥitayacḥa” (personal enlightenment comes from enriching the world) the motto of Sri Ramakrishna Mission.

    The Bank of KAILASA will be structured to incentivize businesses that follow the practice of enriching the world and giving back to society. Ancient Hindu practice was to give a percentage of income back to charity. KAILASA will actively encourage such a practice.

    Principle of Free Education

    An important core principle of KAILASA’s economy (as specified by Parmashiva in the Agamas) is that anything that increases in value by being shared should be freely available to all e.g. education, open-source software. That way the growth of the individual and the growth of the society is directly aligned.

    This translates into the idea that “Knowledge is Free”. The government of KAILASA will take up full responsibility for everyone’s education (not just children). The Agamas say that fees paid for education come from gratitude, a very important concept that “pays it forward” in society. Those who gain from education give from the space of gratitude. Gratitude is an important aspect of KAILASA’s economy. Today those who give with gratitude for what they have gained are truly kings of the modern world, as they have taken on the role of monarchs of ancient times.

    Principle of Responsibilism

    Hindu economy is neither capitalism nor socialism, nor is it communism – it is a realistic economic system for the modern-day. It is not capitalism in the sense that it does not allow for all aspects of life to be commercialized by profit enterprises (e.g. education is free, and health care is non-exploitative). It is not communism where everyone is rewarded the same irrespective of what they do. It is a contribution-based economy, based on “responsibilism”.