The Brahma Kumaris Story

Mount Abu, high in the Aravali Mountains of Rajasthan, provided an ideal location for reflection and contemplation for the original group’s move from Karachi in 1950. After a few years in a rented building, the community moved to the present site which remains the Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya (Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University). The Brahma Kumaris spiritual headquarters is known as Madhuban (‘Forest of Honey’).

Play Video
Spiritual Headquarters
Mount Abu
  • Humble Beginnings
  • Brahma Baba, the founder
  • Senior Yogis
  • Current Leaders

Brahma Kumaris was founded by Dada Lekhraj Kripalani, a retired Indian businessman, in 1937 in Hyderabad, a city now in Pakistan. His spiritual name is Prajapita Brahma and he is lovingly called Brahma Baba. After experiencing a series of visions in 1936, he was inspired to create a school where the principles and practices of a virtuous and meditative life could be taught. The original name was ‘Om Mandali’. It consisted of a handful of men, women and children, many of whom decided to stay together as a community.

Pre 1936
Pre 1936

The Life of a Simple Jeweler

Dada Lekhraj was a wealthy and prominent Jeweler who had made his fortune during  the early 1920's. He was happily married with 5 children and highly sought after both throughout India and abroad for his exquisite jewelry designs.

1936
1936

The Experiences of Dada Lekhraj

In 1936 at the peak of his worldly career Dada began to have a series of visions that were so powerful he could see the future of the world. He decided to dedicate his life to what he saw.  So Dada left his thriving career as a jeweler and started a Spiritual Satsang in Hyderabad Sind called Om Mandali.  At this time he created the foundation for the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

1936
1936

A Special Jewel

During the early times of Om Mandali a young girl by the name of Radhe happened upon the Om Mandali. Even though she was young, she demonstrated wisdom beyond her years and was given the name of Mama out of respect.

1947 - 53
1947 - 53

Partition: Moving to a New Land..

In 1947 the horrors of Partition began between Pakistan and India. Despite the fearful scenes of violence, community tension and riots all who were involved in the Om Mandali Satsang were given safe passage to India.

1958
1958

Dada Lekhraj Puts Women in Front

Dada Lehraj becomes Brahma Baba and puts young girls in charge of the Spiritual University under the guidance of Om Radhe (aka Mama).
1965
1965

The Life of Jagadamba

During her lifetime Mama had a significant impact on most people. She was a calming force wherever she went. She was also found with Cancer early in her life - which she lived with for many years - gracefully. She finally succumbed in June of 1965.
1969
1969

The Passing of Brahma

The passing of Brahma on 18 January 1969 was sudden and unexpected.  Many wondered what the future would hold... Incredibly his passing opened up the expansion of the Yagua into foreign countries and began a brand new chapter as westerners came to learn meditation and be apart of the organisation.
1969 - 1983
1969 - 1983

The Next Chapter... Expansion

After the passing of Brahma Baba many wondered how the Brahma Kumaris could continue now that their founder had passed. It was a difficult time for the senior sisters, as they had grown up with Baba, and never imagined him not being there. Dadi Prakashmani and Didi Manmohini guided the organisation through the passing of Baba and then continued as caretakers of the organisation.
1971
1971

The First Raja Yoga Centre in UK

The seminal Raja Yoga centre is established in Tennyson Road. Senior sisters come and go to sustain the centre, including Nirmala and Rattan Mohini (Dadi). It would be almost three years before Dadi Janki would establish a real presence in London.
1971
1971

Dadiji's Dream for the UN

When Dadi Prakashmani first traveled to New York and learnt about the United Nations she felt aligned to the causes completely and her immediate vision was to create a BK presence at the UN to support the UN's international work towards global peace.
1974
1974

Dadi Janki Moves to London

Dadi Janki travels to London from India and establishes the first international meditation centre. Starting with the small house at 96 Tennyson Road (Kilburn) Dadi remains in the UK for four years before returning to her native land of India.
1975
1975

First Westerners to Mt Abu India

1980 - 1983
1980 - 1983

Brahma Kumaris at the UN

In 1980 the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University gains affiliation as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with the United Nations (UN) Department of Public Information (DPI) and in 1983 the Brahma Kumaris are put on the roster of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at the UN. In 1998 the Brahma Kumaris were given general consultative status with ECOSOC affording them the opportunity to contribute a spiritual expertise to matters of global concern, in a substantive way. Dadi Janki makes a formal address at the UN.
1990 - 2000
1990 - 2000

1990 - 2000 Expansion Time

From 1990 through to 2000+ was a time of rapid expansion for the BK's into various countries. Our investment was to create retreat centres where people could step out of their lives and into a peace filled space to develop their own connection and relationship with Peace.
2007
2007

Dadiji's Passing...

Our lovely Dadji left her body in Mt Abu on 25th August, 2007 aged 87. And Religious leaders, Politicians, Social leaders, Activists, Statesmen, Ambassadors, Industrialists, Businessmen, Judges, Media persons, Bureaucrats, Educationists from cross sections of society paid homage to Dadi Prakashmani, the late Chief of Brahma Kumaris. Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, former President of India termed Dadi Prakashmani as a visionary institution builder and shared how wisely she had said that it was the power of silence which constituted common basis for blending and development of science and spirituality..
2019
2019

Brahma Kumaris World Wide in 2019

Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University now has over 8000 Locations across 110 Countries and more than 1 million daily students. For more than 80 Years they have developed all kinds of spiritual programs to enhance a peaceful life. Their current Administrative head is 103 years of age in 2019 and doing just fine 🙂

Who was he?

Brahma Baba, born into a humble home as Lekhraj Kripalani in the 1880s, was the son of a village schoolmaster. Lekhraj was brought up within the disciplines of the Hindu tradition. After different jobs, he entered the jewellery business, later earning a considerable fortune as a diamond trader. He was the father of five children and a leader within his local community, known especially for his philanthropy. In 1936, around the time when most people at his age start to plan their retirement, he actually entered into the most active and fascinating phase of his life. After a series of deep spiritual experiences and visions, he felt an extremely strong pull to give up his business and dedicate his time, energy and wealth to laying the foundations of what later would become the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

Between 1937 and 1938, he formed a Managing Committee of eight young women and surrendered all his property and assets to a Trust administered by them.

After guiding the creation of many Brahma Kumaris centres throughout India, he passed on in January 1969. The Tower of Peace on the Madhuban campus is a tribute to the invincible spirit of this ordinary human being who achieved greatness by rising to the challenge of the deeper truths of life.

Brahma Baba's legacy

Many years have passed since Brahma Baba’s series of visions in 1936. The lifestyle revolution he began has inspired millions to empower themselves and create hope for the future. The life skills that Brahma Baba taught have stood the test of time. The young women that he put to the forefront, now in their eighties and nineties, have become beacons of love, peace and wisdom.

What made Brahma Baba so special?

  1. Empower everyone by giving love and respect.

 He used to give everyone true love and respect. His loving and sweet smile would fill everyone with zeal and enthusiasm. His love for God was contagious which would empower others to sacrifice lust, anger, greed, ego and attachment. His words were very powerful and motivating yet he ensured that he accepted each and every one with their faults. 

  1. Follow every spiritual law and encourage others to follow them.  

Baba said that there is benefit (fayda) in the laws (kayda). Nature has been observing laws.  When you stop observing them there is chaos. Therefore, never stop observing Godly laws. Also, Baba encouraged everybody not to take law in their hands. He said that by punishing someone you are taking law in your hands. On the contrary co-operate and fill the gap that has been created by someone’s weakness. 

  1. See everyone’s specialities

Baba saw only specialities in others and appreciated them for it. His appreciation would fill everyone with enthusiasm and happiness. He never saw anyone’s weakness. For example he would appreciate an old and uneducated person by telling him that his life time experience will be very useful in doing service if he uses Godly knowledge with it. Such motivating words would pep up the old person. Whatever speciality anyone had, Baba would use that speciality for service. 

  1. Worked tirelessly and lead by example.

Baba worked for more than 18 hours in a day in spite of the body being very old. He was constantly engaged in Godly service and bringing happiness to others.  

  1. Remain happy & light

Baba always remained happy and light. If someone would come to him with a restless mind seeing his sweet smile they would calm down. No one ever saw Baba worried or sad. 

  1. Beyond laziness and carelessness and a conqueror of sleep

A true yogi is the one who is a conqueror of sleep. There was no trace of laziness in Baba’s life. Baba never postponed anything due to laziness. Whatever work came in front of Baba, Baba never did that half-heartedly. He was always very careful and diligent with any task he performed. 

  1. Egoless & Humble

Baba was a great example of simplicity. There was greatness behind his simplicity. Any desire for respect or honour was miles away from him. He used to live in a small room that was very old and had a tin roof. The walls were painted in white and there was no decoration. His clothes, footwear everything was extremely simple.

He always spoke to everyone very gently and used respectful words. 

  1. Detached from everyone and the body

Baba would always remain detached from everything around him and also his body. As though he was immune to his surroundings. This helped him remain connected with God always.  

  1. Unshakeable like a rock 

Baba was unshakeable. Even during extreme adverse situations he remained calm and composed which gave strength to others around him.   

  1. The art of making everyone worthy.

Baba had the skill of developing skills in others. He developed writing skills in someone, accounting skills in another etc. His guidance and motivation inspired children to improve their capability in any skill they had. 

  1. Loved everyone equally. 

Whatever Baba spoke was full of love. He was never partial towards anyone and gave love and respect to all equally. 

  1. Connection with God

God was Baba’s companion and he consulted Him at each and every step. This made his tasks unique and flawless. 

  1. Taking care of the body

As much as Baba focused on being soul conscious he always motivated everyone to take care of the body also. 

  1. Positive soul conscious feelings for everyone. 

Out of all the virtues, Baba had one main virtue which always stood out in his personality. Purity always flowed out of him. Baba would always look at the hidden qualities and treasures in everyone. He saw everyone as children of God and never saw anyone as rich or poor, high or low. This made everyone feel at ease with him. 

It is time we all follow Father Brahma, imbibe his qualities and aim to become like him.

Om Radhe "Mamma"

Mamma was only 16 when she met Brahma Baba. It was immediately apparent that she was special. She was given the responsibility of looking after the women in the organisation, making sure their needs were met and they remained spiritually fulfilled. She had a powerful yogi personality and was able to understand spiritual aspects very deeply. A member of the original Management Trust, Mamma became the first Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris. She passed on in June 1965 at the age of 45 from breast cancer.

Didi Manmohini

Didi Manmohini came from a wealthy family in Sindh, Pakistan. Her family was close to Brahma Baba’s family and this was how she was introduced to Brahma Kumaris. She was a member of the original Management Trust and became Mamma’s special helper. After the Partition in 1951, she arranged all preparations for the move from Karachi, to Mt Abu. When Mamma passed on in June 1965, Didi became the joint Administrative Head together with Dadi Prakashmani. Didi’s specialities were spiritual power and discipline. She passed on in July 1983 at the age of 73.

Dadi Prakashmani

Prakashmani means ‘jewel of light’ – and Dadi Prakashmani became the joint Administrative Head along with Didi Manmohini after Mamma left her body. She became the main administrative head on the passing of Brahma Baba in 1969. Under her leadership the Brahma Kumaris grew from strength to strength. Her specialities were love, respect and trust. She was once asked how she managed such a huge organisation without even as much as a fax machine, to which she replied “Everyone knows what they have to do – I trust they will do it”. At the age of 87, Dadi passed on August 2007.

Dadi Janki

With unshakeable conviction, she refused to set limitations for herself through her tireless service to others. She had been with Brahma Kumaris since 1937. She also spent 40 years based in London from 1974. She inspired individuals of all cultures and professions to live according to a higher sense of purpose and to contribute to the creation of a better world. Deep and insightful, she was an absolute joy to listen to and observe. Dadi passed on in March 2020 at the age of 104.

Dadi Hirdaya Mohini

She is the active Spiritual Head of Brahma Kumaris. Her name means ‘The one who attracts the heart’. It fits the way she is exactly. Popularly known as Gulzar (‘rose garden’), she was one of the original members of the  boarding school set up in 1937 by Brahma Baba. Her long-term, concentrated training in spiritual principles and practice has made her a living example of virtues. Simple, silent and profound she also inspires millions throughout the world.

Dadi Ratan Mohini

She is the the Additional Spiritual Head of Brahma Kumaris and is one of the backbone members residing at the Headquarters. In childhood she created the foundation of her life in the early days of Brahma Kumaris. She lives up to her name ‘most beautiful jewel’ by always appearing light and tension-free. Dedicated and forthright, her focus has been the development and training programmes for teachers throughout India and serves as the spiritual resource to the team of young people responsible for the personal development and growth of youth. Now in her eighties, she remains lively and young at heart. 

Dadi Hirdaya Mohini

She is the active Spiritual Head of Brahma Kumaris. Her name means ‘The one who attracts the heart’. It fits the way she is exactly. Popularly known as Gulzar (‘rose garden’), she was one of the original members of the  boarding school set up in 1937 by Brahma Baba. Her long-term, concentrated training in spiritual principles and practice has made her a living example of virtues. Simple, silent and profound she also inspires millions throughout the world.

Dadi Ratan Mohini

She is the the Additional Spiritual Head of Brahma Kumaris and is one of the backbone members residing at the Headquarters. In childhood she created the foundation of her life in the early days of Brahma Kumaris. She lives up to her name ‘most beautiful jewel’ by always appearing light and tension-free. Dedicated and forthright, her focus has been the development and training programmes for teachers throughout India and serves as the spiritual resource to the team of young people responsible for the personal development and growth of youth. Now in her eighties, she remains lively and young at heart. 

Om Radhe "Mamma"

Mamma was only 16 when she met Brahma Baba. It was immediately apparent that she was special. She was given the responsibility of looking after the women in the organisation, making sure their needs were met and they remained spiritually fulfilled. She had a powerful yogi personality and was able to understand spiritual aspects very deeply. A member of the original Management Trust, Mamma became the first Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris. She passed on in June 1965 at the age of 45 from breast cancer.

Didi Manmohini

Didi Manmohini came from a wealthy family in Sindh, Pakistan. Her family was close to Brahma Baba’s family and this was how she was introduced to Brahma Kumaris. She was a member of the original Management Trust and became Mamma’s special helper. After the Partition in 1951, she arranged all preparations for the move from Karachi, to Mt Abu. When Mamma passed on in June 1965, Didi became the joint Administrative Head together with Dadi Prakashmani. Didi’s specialities were spiritual power and discipline. She passed on in July 1983 at the age of 73.

Dadi Prakashmani

Prakashmani means ‘jewel of light’ – and Dadi Prakashmani became the joint Administrative Head along with Didi Manmohini after Mamma left her body. She became the main administrative head on the passing of Brahma Baba in 1969. Under her leadership the Brahma Kumaris grew from strength to strength. Her specialities were love, respect and trust. She was once asked how she managed such a huge organisation without even as much as a fax machine, to which she replied “Everyone knows what they have to do – I trust they will do it”. At the age of 87, Dadi passed on August 2007.

Dadi Janki

With unshakeable conviction, she refused to set limitations for herself through her tireless service to others. She had been with Brahma Kumaris since 1937. She also spent 40 years based in London from 1974. She inspired individuals of all cultures and professions to live according to a higher sense of purpose and to contribute to the creation of a better world. Deep and insightful, she was an absolute joy to listen to and observe. Dadi passed on in March 2020 at the age of 104.

Who was he?

Brahma Baba, born into a humble home as Lekhraj Kripalani in the 1880s, was the son of a village schoolmaster. Lekhraj was brought up within the disciplines of the Hindu tradition. After different jobs, he entered the jewellery business, later earning a considerable fortune as a diamond trader. He was the father of five children and a leader within his local community, known especially for his philanthropy. In 1936, around the time when most people at his age start to plan their retirement, he actually entered into the most active and fascinating phase of his life. After a series of deep spiritual experiences and visions, he felt an extremely strong pull to give up his business and dedicate his time, energy and wealth to laying the foundations of what later would become the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

Between 1937 and 1938, he formed a Managing Committee of eight young women and surrendered all his property and assets to a Trust administered by them.

After guiding the creation of many Brahma Kumaris centres throughout India, he passed on in January 1969. The Tower of Peace on the Madhuban campus is a tribute to the invincible spirit of this ordinary human being who achieved greatness by rising to the challenge of the deeper truths of life.

Brahma Baba's legacy

Many years have passed since Brahma Baba’s series of visions in 1936. The lifestyle revolution he began has inspired millions to empower themselves and create hope for the future. The life skills that Brahma Baba taught have stood the test of time. The young women that he put to the forefront, now in their eighties and nineties, have become beacons of love, peace and wisdom.

What made Brahma Baba so special?

  1. Empower everyone by giving love and respect.

 He used to give everyone true love and respect. His loving and sweet smile would fill everyone with zeal and enthusiasm. His love for God was contagious which would empower others to sacrifice lust, anger, greed, ego and attachment. His words were very powerful and motivating yet he ensured that he accepted each and every one with their faults. 

  1. Follow every spiritual law and encourage others to follow them.  

Baba said that there is benefit (fayda) in the laws (kayda). Nature has been observing laws.  When you stop observing them there is chaos. Therefore, never stop observing Godly laws. Also, Baba encouraged everybody not to take law in their hands. He said that by punishing someone you are taking law in your hands. On the contrary co-operate and fill the gap that has been created by someone’s weakness. 

  1. See everyone’s specialities

Baba saw only specialities in others and appreciated them for it. His appreciation would fill everyone with enthusiasm and happiness. He never saw anyone’s weakness. For example he would appreciate an old and uneducated person by telling him that his life time experience will be very useful in doing service if he uses Godly knowledge with it. Such motivating words would pep up the old person. Whatever speciality anyone had, Baba would use that speciality for service. 

  1. Worked tirelessly and lead by example.

Baba worked for more than 18 hours in a day in spite of the body being very old. He was constantly engaged in Godly service and bringing happiness to others.  

  1. Remain happy & light

Baba always remained happy and light. If someone would come to him with a restless mind seeing his sweet smile they would calm down. No one ever saw Baba worried or sad. 

  1. Beyond laziness and carelessness and a conqueror of sleep

A true yogi is the one who is a conqueror of sleep. There was no trace of laziness in Baba’s life. Baba never postponed anything due to laziness. Whatever work came in front of Baba, Baba never did that half-heartedly. He was always very careful and diligent with any task he performed. 

  1. Egoless & Humble

Baba was a great example of simplicity. There was greatness behind his simplicity. Any desire for respect or honour was miles away from him. He used to live in a small room that was very old and had a tin roof. The walls were painted in white and there was no decoration. His clothes, footwear everything was extremely simple.

He always spoke to everyone very gently and used respectful words. 

  1. Detached from everyone and the body

Baba would always remain detached from everything around him and also his body. As though he was immune to his surroundings. This helped him remain connected with God always.  

  1. Unshakeable like a rock 

Baba was unshakeable. Even during extreme adverse situations he remained calm and composed which gave strength to others around him.   

  1. The art of making everyone worthy.

Baba had the skill of developing skills in others. He developed writing skills in someone, accounting skills in another etc. His guidance and motivation inspired children to improve their capability in any skill they had. 

  1. Loved everyone equally. 

Whatever Baba spoke was full of love. He was never partial towards anyone and gave love and respect to all equally. 

  1. Connection with God

God was Baba’s companion and he consulted Him at each and every step. This made his tasks unique and flawless. 

  1. Taking care of the body

As much as Baba focused on being soul conscious he always motivated everyone to take care of the body also. 

  1. Positive soul conscious feelings for everyone. 

Out of all the virtues, Baba had one main virtue which always stood out in his personality. Purity always flowed out of him. Baba would always look at the hidden qualities and treasures in everyone. He saw everyone as children of God and never saw anyone as rich or poor, high or low. This made everyone feel at ease with him. 

It is time we all follow Father Brahma, imbibe his qualities and aim to become like him.

Brahma Kumaris was founded by Dada Lekhraj Kripalani, a retired Indian businessman, in 1937 in Hyderabad, a city now in Pakistan. His spiritual name is Prajapita Brahma and he is lovingly called Brahma Baba. After experiencing a series of visions in 1936, he was inspired to create a school where the principles and practices of a virtuous and meditative life could be taught. The original name was ‘Om Mandali’. It consisted of a handful of men, women and children, many of whom decided to stay together as a community.

Pre 1936
Pre 1936

The Life of a Simple Jeweler

Dada Lekhraj was a wealthy and prominent Jeweler who had made his fortune during  the early 1920's. He was happily married with 5 children and highly sought after both throughout India and abroad for his exquisite jewelry designs.

1936
1936

The Experiences of Dada Lekhraj

In 1936 at the peak of his worldly career Dada began to have a series of visions that were so powerful he could see the future of the world. He decided to dedicate his life to what he saw.  So Dada left his thriving career as a jeweler and started a Spiritual Satsang in Hyderabad Sind called Om Mandali.  At this time he created the foundation for the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

1936
1936

A Special Jewel

During the early times of Om Mandali a young girl by the name of Radhe happened upon the Om Mandali. Even though she was young, she demonstrated wisdom beyond her years and was given the name of Mama out of respect.

1947 - 53
1947 - 53

Partition: Moving to a New Land..

In 1947 the horrors of Partition began between Pakistan and India. Despite the fearful scenes of violence, community tension and riots all who were involved in the Om Mandali Satsang were given safe passage to India.

1958
1958

Dada Lekhraj Puts Women in Front

Dada Lehraj becomes Brahma Baba and puts young girls in charge of the Spiritual University under the guidance of Om Radhe (aka Mama).
1965
1965

The Life of Jagadamba

During her lifetime Mama had a significant impact on most people. She was a calming force wherever she went. She was also found with Cancer early in her life - which she lived with for many years - gracefully. She finally succumbed in June of 1965.
1969
1969

The Passing of Brahma

The passing of Brahma on 18 January 1969 was sudden and unexpected.  Many wondered what the future would hold... Incredibly his passing opened up the expansion of the Yagua into foreign countries and began a brand new chapter as westerners came to learn meditation and be apart of the organisation.
1969 - 1983
1969 - 1983

The Next Chapter... Expansion

After the passing of Brahma Baba many wondered how the Brahma Kumaris could continue now that their founder had passed. It was a difficult time for the senior sisters, as they had grown up with Baba, and never imagined him not being there. Dadi Prakashmani and Didi Manmohini guided the organisation through the passing of Baba and then continued as caretakers of the organisation.
1971
1971

The First Raja Yoga Centre in UK

The seminal Raja Yoga centre is established in Tennyson Road. Senior sisters come and go to sustain the centre, including Nirmala and Rattan Mohini (Dadi). It would be almost three years before Dadi Janki would establish a real presence in London.
1971
1971

Dadiji's Dream for the UN

When Dadi Prakashmani first traveled to New York and learnt about the United Nations she felt aligned to the causes completely and her immediate vision was to create a BK presence at the UN to support the UN's international work towards global peace.
1974
1974

Dadi Janki Moves to London

Dadi Janki travels to London from India and establishes the first international meditation centre. Starting with the small house at 96 Tennyson Road (Kilburn) Dadi remains in the UK for four years before returning to her native land of India.
1975
1975

First Westerners to Mt Abu India

1980 - 1983
1980 - 1983

Brahma Kumaris at the UN

In 1980 the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University gains affiliation as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with the United Nations (UN) Department of Public Information (DPI) and in 1983 the Brahma Kumaris are put on the roster of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at the UN. In 1998 the Brahma Kumaris were given general consultative status with ECOSOC affording them the opportunity to contribute a spiritual expertise to matters of global concern, in a substantive way. Dadi Janki makes a formal address at the UN.
1990 - 2000
1990 - 2000

1990 - 2000 Expansion Time

From 1990 through to 2000+ was a time of rapid expansion for the BK's into various countries. Our investment was to create retreat centres where people could step out of their lives and into a peace filled space to develop their own connection and relationship with Peace.
2007
2007

Dadiji's Passing...

Our lovely Dadji left her body in Mt Abu on 25th August, 2007 aged 87. And Religious leaders, Politicians, Social leaders, Activists, Statesmen, Ambassadors, Industrialists, Businessmen, Judges, Media persons, Bureaucrats, Educationists from cross sections of society paid homage to Dadi Prakashmani, the late Chief of Brahma Kumaris. Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, former President of India termed Dadi Prakashmani as a visionary institution builder and shared how wisely she had said that it was the power of silence which constituted common basis for blending and development of science and spirituality..
2019
2019

Brahma Kumaris World Wide in 2019

Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University now has over 8000 Locations across 110 Countries and more than 1 million daily students. For more than 80 Years they have developed all kinds of spiritual programs to enhance a peaceful life. Their current Administrative head is 103 years of age in 2019 and doing just fine 🙂