Nithyananda Hindu University

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College of Hindu Culinary


College of Hindu Culinary

KAILᾹSA’s NHU Hindu culinary unites a community of people who are passionate about delicious, healthy, and sustainable food to build a holistic approach to improving what people eat, how they access food, and the role that food plays in our lives. The department is a pioneer in developing taste-focused methods and delectable food experiences to spur culinary innovation and incubate future food solutions that promote healthier, toxin-free, and Vedic-Agamic compliant meals, especially from the Bhāgashāstra – Science of Hindu Cooking as revealed by Bhagavān Paramaśiva to Devi Paramaśivaśakti.

Students of Hindu Culinary revive the food supply chain known for its ‘zero wastage’ in the ancient Enlightened Hindu Civilizational Nation of Kailāsonnata Śyāmala Pīṭha Sarvajnapīṭham in Madurai, the oldest Hindu Papal state and an enlightenment ecosystem established by Paramaśiva, later revived by Lord Sundareśvara and Devī Mīnākṣi in 2800 BC. Adhering to the principles as stated in the Taittiriya Upanishad, “Let us not waste food. No place you can drop food where there is no hunger” students increase the efficiency of food production by reducing and making redundant the excess supply of food by eradicating food wastage to support the population.



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Courses offered by College of Hindu Culinary

KAILᾹSA’s NHU Hindu Culinary students revive the ancient ‘zero wastage’ food supply chain, following Vedic-Agamic practices. Courses like “Annalaya Project – Free Kitchens Worldwide” and “Secrets of a sattvic kitchen” embody our commitment to holistic and sustainable food solutions Some of the courses offered by the College of Hindu Culinary:

(Below) KAILᾹSA’s NHU Hindu Culinary students master ancient culinary arts with toxin-free, nutritious ingredients, offering both traditional and modern recipes for a healthier and lighter life.

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Why attend Nithyananda Hindu University

Hindu Education

4 Schools, 14 Colleges, and 29 departments generating user-friendly Hindu education to students from various educational backgrounds.

Enhanced Learning Outcomes

KAILASA’s NHU courses and programs have improved learning outcomes through 8500+ courses based on core theories from Hinduism across the globe, ensuring that children and youth stay and thrive in school and have better employment opportunities.

Empowering Higher Education

Enabled and empowered higher Vedic education institutions to contribute to research and innovate to solve development challenges.

20.5 million+ graduates

8600+ Courses with a Faculty of 1000+

Global Presence

We are The Largest Hindu University

Nithyananda Hindu University is the Largest Hindu University in the world. It remains committed to bringing the best of the oldest living spiritual tradition, Sanatana Hindu Dharma to the world. More than 20 million people have greatly benefited and drawn inspiration from the knowledge of the ancient Hindu scriptures

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Colleges at NHU

Integrating Ancient Wisdom for Modern Progress

At KAILᾹSA’s NHU, we draw from ancient Hindu wisdom to address global challenges. We reinterpret Vedic knowledge for modern life, leading research in areas like psychology, philosophy, medicine, and cosmology, facilitating transformation for individuals and communities.

Our 14 colleges embody this mission, focusing on diverse fields including anti-aging, cellular rejuvenation, diagnostics, third eye awakening, lifestyle sciences, conscious systems, and the workings of the human mind.

Explore each of the college advances knowledge rooted in Hindu tradition, making a real-world impact.

Schools at NHU

Reviving Ancient Hindu Education System

NHU hosts four distinct schools, each offering a diverse interdisciplinary education. These schools cover knowledge-based systems, yoga for cosmic union, Hindu ritual studies, and lifestyle enrichment. Discover transformative learning at NHU.

School of Jnana

School of Charya

School of Yoga

School of Kriya