Bk sashi prabha didi joint adminstrative head

BK Sashi Prabha Didi

"Dedicated to Godly Service, Her journey embodies spirituality in everyday life, spreading wisdom and love across the globe."

BK Sashi Prabha, assumed the role of Joint Administrative Head at Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, taking on significant leadership responsibilities within the organization. Additionally, she holds the position of Officer Incharge at the Brahma Kumaris International Headquarters in Mount Abu, where she plays a pivotal role in overseeing various administrative functions. Her dedication to promoting physical well-being and spirituality is evident through her role as the Vice-Chairperson of the Sports Wing within the Rajyoga Education & Research Foundation (RERF) since 2015, emphasizing the importance of a holistic approach to human development.

Brahma Kumari Shashi Prabha was born in Karnal, near Delhi. At the young age of 10, she was introduced to the Brahma Kumaris institution and from then on was inspired to practice the teachings of Rajyoga Meditation.

Dedicated life for Godly Service

She dedicated her life in the service of humanity at the age of 21. From 1971 to 1972, she co-ordinated Godly service activities in Bihar and Bengal, and continued the same in Kathmandu, Nepal, in 1973-74.

Service at the International Headquarters

Since 1974, she has been residing at the International Headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, Rajasthan, Mount Abu. Over three decades, her official duties have involved looking after administration and office responsibilities, arranging Rajyoga Meditation Camps (in Mount Abu and other States in India), Seminars, Conferences etc., as well as being the Main Co-ordinator for Accommodation and Hospitality of Overseas Delegates and BK students.
Furthermore, she is Senior Rajyoga Teacher and conducts lectures, classes and meditation sessions for new and regular BK students. Her life itself is a practical example of using spirituality in everyday living.

Co-ordinator of Wing activities

Since the formation of different Wings under Rajyoga Education & Research Foundation, a sister organisation of Brahma Kumaris in 1980s, she successfully co-ordinated the activities of the ‘Administrators Wing’ as its Headquarters Co-ordinator.

When the Sports Wing was established in June 2000, she was appointed its National Co-ordinator in recognition of her keen interest in sports since childhood, and is presently Vice-Chairperson of the Sports Wing.

Organising & Participating in Conferences

She has participated in several National and International conferences held in Mount Abu and in other parts of India. In particular, she has helped organize the “International Conference on Spiritual and Moral Values for a Better 21st Century”, held at Kathmandu from 29th October to 31st October 1998, which was graced by the presence of the late His Majesty, the King, and Her Majesty, the Queen, of Nepal.

Travels Abroad

She has travelled several times around the globe on spiritual service tours and has served thousands of souls:

  • 1984 – three-and-a-half month tour of Holland, Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Spain, Portugal and U.K.

  • 1991 – Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia

  • 1996 – UK, Holland, America (New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles), Canada, Trinidad, Guyana, Barbados and Suriname

  • 1999 – South Africa and Mauritius

  • 2001 – Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Panama & Costa Rica, where she gave lectures on topics such as: ‘Spiritual Empowerment’, ‘How to conquer anger’, ‘Balance between Mind & Heart’ etc. She gave several interviews on television and radio, as well as for newspapers.

  • May 2003 – participated in the 2nd World Hindu Conference hosted in Sri Lanka

  • July-August 2004 – Mauritius and 9 countries in the African continent (Zimbabwe, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Malawi)

  • August 2005 – UK, Poland, Holland, France.

  • June 2009 – Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

  • July 2009 – Russia

  • April-May 2010 – Philippines, Japan, Bali (Indonesia), Singapore (2010 Summer Youth Olympics)

  • July 2011 – Greece, Switzerland, Italy

  • May 2012 – China

  • June-July 2013 – Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Poland, Hungary

  • September 2014 – Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam

  • September 2015 – Bahrain, Dubai


She is a gifted lyricist and has composed spiritual songs for the following Hindi Audio CDs: ‘Khushnaseeb’, ‘Swarnim Prabhat’, ‘Muskurate Phool’, ‘Divya Darpan’, ‘Divya Kiran’ and ‘Divya Drishti’. She has also written some songs for ‘Prabhu Kiran’, ‘Pyara Baba Aa Gaya Hai’ and ‘Ruhani Rahein’.

She has also written songs that were translated into English for the Australian CD: Songs from the Heart

Management Committee of PBKIVV

She was officiated as Member of Management Committee of PBKIVV in February 2017.

Adi Ratan - Instruments

The deeper the roots of a tree, the stronger and more durable it is. Similarly, how deep are the roots of renunciation and tapaya of the people who run any organization, that organization is equally powerful, long-lived and free of obstacles. Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya is a unique organization in this sense. Each and every founding member of this organization (Adi Ratna), are such ascetics who, keeping themselves, their sacrifices a secret, tirelessly, selflessly under the guidance of the Almighty, did spiritual service for humanity.