Nithyananda Library is a charitable initiative to build the largest library for Sanatana Dharma or Vedic tradition, housing over 10 million books thus recreating the likes of Takshashila and Nalandatreasurehouses of knowledge. The motto of theNithyananda Library is to provide access to one and all to the rich knowledge of life sciences, arts, spirituality, meditation and yoga, both in the physical as well as digital forms. It also aims to preserve this rare powerful knowledge in its pristine form as palm leaf manuscripts to the modern digitized forms to preserve for posterity.
This will be the rich source of knowledge for scholars and researchers from all over the world to do research on these powerful ancient sciences and revive them to enable humanity today to experience the extraordinary life and powers revealed in these ancient texts. As the Mahamandaleshwar of MahaNirvaniAkhada, the most ancient apex body of Hinduism, ParamahamsaNithyananda is inspiring academics, historians, students and devotees alike for building a modern day library—restoring and bringing back the many lost and dying sciences of Santanana Dharma to their original glory. Drawing from the inspiration and vision of ParamahamsaNithyananda, Nithyananda University, established in Los Angeles, California has envisioned the largest network of Hindu libraries—spanning the globe from France to USA to India.
This massive network of Hindu knowledge will boast more than 5 million books and manuscripts and will also offer humanity access to both the greatest and rarest scriptures of the Hindu tradition via an online library. The efforts to collect the books is well under away at the Nithyananda Vedic Temple in Los Angeles, California, the Nithyananda Hindu University in Paris, France and Dhyanapeeta Charitable Trust in Bidadi, India. NithyanandaUniversity will work with Dhyanapeeta Charitable Trust in India to establish a state of the art library facility, covering 20,000 square feet at their Bidadi campus, located on the outskirts of Bangalore, India. By providing all these facilities, we aim to build a world-class library with the largest collection of spiritual material in the form of books, rare manuscripts, palm leaves, audio-video content, etc. sourced from all spiritual traditions comprising of Sanatana Dharma.
The proposed Nithyananda University Library will have the most modern technology for preserving library books, manuscripts, magazines, research journals and periodicals. It will provide scholars, students and people an opportunity for unique and original research on the vast, ancient, mystical sciences which have made fundamental contributions to human civilization from time immemorial, like the discovery of the concept of number ‘zero’,advanced aeronautics knowledge like in VaimanikaShastra, medicinal achievements including Ayurveda and plastic surgery, and highest advances in spiritual sciences and prowess in mystical knowledge. Plans are also underway to digitize all content into e-library. The cost for building the library for the Los Angeles Vedic temple is approximately $500,000 which will cover the construction and procurement of library infrastructure. The approximate cost for the Bidadi library is Rs. 1 crore (half a million dollars) which includes the construction of the new library infrastructure, implementing cutting edge library sciences technology, procuring a vast range of spiritual books, appointing a team of personnel who are highly qualified in library sciences and the publishing of educational news magazines continuously enriching humanity.
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