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Honouring Revered Dadi Janki ji chief of Brahma Kumaris with Prestigious " Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam World Peace Award by All India council of Human Rights, Liberties & Social Justice. At International Conference at Brahma Kumaris Mount Abu shantivan Award is presented by Dr. Anthony Raju, Global Chairman of Council with team of Dr.Mustafa Saasa from Dubai, Arch Bishop Dr Vijay Raju, Dr.BK.Binny. In presence secy.Gen.B.K.Nirwair, Joint Chief of B.K Dadi Ratan Mohini ji .In gathering of 10 thousand delegates from India and more than 120 counties of the world.
Born in 1916, she is the active Spiritual Head of Brahma Kumaris. With unshakeable conviction, she refuses to set limitations for herself through her tireless service to others. She has been thus engaged since 1937 and also spent 40 years based in London from 1974. She has 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 is an absolute joy to listen to and observe.
The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya or BKWSU) is a new religious movement that originated in Hyderabad, Sindh during the 1930s. The Brahma Kumaris (Sanskrit: ब्रह्माकुमारी, "daughters of Brahma") movement was founded by Dada Lekhraj Kripalani, who later took the name Brahma Baba. It is distinctly identified by the prominent role that women play in the movement.
It teaches a form of meditation that focuses on identity as souls, as opposed to bodies. They believe that all souls are intrinsically good and that God is the source of all goodness. The university teaches to transcend labels associated with the body, such as race, nationality, religion, and gender, and it aspires to establish a global culture based on what it calls "soul-consciousness".
In 2008, the movement claimed to have more than 825,000 regular students, with over 8,500 centres in 100 countries.
The Brahma Kumaris at the United Nations is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) in general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. and UNICEF. It is associated with the UN Department of Public Information. It was granted International Peace Messenger Initiative status by the UN for the Global Co-operation for a Better World campaign and has permanent office space in New York City for their work at the United Nations.
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