Maharishi heralds the dawn of Vedic Civilization based on the discovery of Veda in human physiology, which establishes the grand unity of all sciences and all religions.
Maharishi Vedic University—Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Vedic Vishwavidyalaya— is established in the State of Madhya Pradesh, India.
All Maharishi Universities teach one basic subject— Atma, the Self, consciousness—and this is the dawn of a new awakening in the world—Total Knowledge for higher consciousness.1997 Maharishi’s Year of Global Administration through Natural Law:
Having introduced the knowledge of the Constitution of the Universe in 1992, Maharishi establishes the practical programmes to actualize ideal administration in the world through the Constitution of the Universe. Maharishi inaugurates Global Administration through Natural Law with twelve Time-Zone Capitals to establish problem-free administration that mirrors administration through Natural Law, which governs the infinite diversity of the universe with perfect order.
To facilitate global administration, Maharishi establishes a global network of eight satellites broadcasting in eighteen languages. Maharishi Channel—Maharishi Veda Vision—and Maharishi Open University bring Maharishi’s Vedic Wisdom to homes on every continent.1999 Maharishi’s Third Year of Global Administration through Natural Law:
Maharishi designs the Perfect Man Course to raise the individual to higher levels of evolution in the direction of perfection, on the basis of the practical knowledge of total Natural Law—the knowledge of his own Self—Atma—Veda—the Constitution of the Universe—the supreme administering intelligence of the universe.2000 Maharishi’s Fourth Year of Global Administration through Natural Law:
Maharishi inaugurates his Global Country of World Peace to create an indomitable influence of nonviolence in world consciousness, and crowns Professor Tony Nader, MD, Ph.D., as His Majesty Raja Raam, First Sovereign Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, for his historic discovery of Veda in human physiology for which he was weighed in gold (1998).