For over 80 years she asked audiences on all continents to consider 3 questions:
- Who am I?
- Who do I belong to?
- What is the task of this time?
- You are a soul
- You belong to God
- This is the time of world transformation
She was a tireless server. From her early days in what is now Pakistan to a few months before her passing, she gave every moment to service, outpacing those who were decades younger. She spoke to princes, prime ministers and those leading ordinary lives as if they were her brothers and sisters, urging them to make their lives worthwhile.
She was a spiritual giant, who kept a lamp of hope lit for humanity. She showed us how to live with love and ultimately how to die with dignity.
She was born in 1916 in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan.
She went to school only for 3 years.
At the age of 21, she surrendered her life to the organisation to serve the world.
In 1970 she started the service of Brahma Kumaris outside India, in London. Her renunciation and love for God gave her the strength to spread God’s message in over 100 countries.
She stayed outside India for 37 years till 2007. Since then till 2020 she was at Mount Abu, Rajasthan India as the Chief Administrative Head.
Most Stable Mind In The World
She was given the title of ‘Most Stable Mind Of the World’ by Texas Medical and Science Institute. Her thoughts were so controlled that she could stabilise her mind on a thought for as long as she wanted.
In 2015 she was nominated as the Brand Ambassador for Swachh Bharat Mission.
She was awarded a doctorate by Geetam University, Vishakhapatnam in 2012 for her commendable contribution to worldwide education and spirituality.