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presentheads_clip_image002_0001Rajyogini Dadi Janki
Chief of Brahma Kumaris

A mine of wisdom and compassion, Dadi Janki seems to live beyond the time-space barrier as she tirelessly travels from one country to the other, offering insights and inspiration to millions of people, After establishing numerous centres throughout India, in 1974 she established the first BK centre outside India, in London. Today, she co-ordinates the overseas BK centres 120 countries. She has presided over numerous international conferences and engaged with leaders from various fields. She is one of the ten wisdom keepers of the world nominated by the World Parliament of Religions, and also the President of Janki Foundation for health care.


presentheads_clip_image002_0000Rajyogini Dadi Hirdaya Mohini
Addl. Chief of Brahma Kumaris

Also lovingly known as Dadi Gulzar, she joined Brahma Kumaris at the tender age of eight. Her spiritual charm derives from innocence, clarity of wisdom and her firm conviction in spiritual truths. She offers simple practical tips to guide spiritual seekers all over the world and spreads lightness and love with her presence and words. From an early age she had divine visions of a future world that is characterised by peace, prosperity and harmony. She has traveled worldwide several times and shared her spiritual wisdom for empowerment of human souls.


presentheads_clip_image002Rajyogini Dadi Ratan Mohini
Joint Chief of Brahma Kumaris

Dadi Ratan Mohini wears several administrative ‘hats’ in addition to being Joint Chief of the Brahma Kumaris. She is also the Director of the Personnel Department of the Madhuban campuses at the University’s headquarters in Mount Abu , Chairperson of the Youth Wing of the Raja Yoga Education and Research Foundation, Director of Teacher Training Programmes in India , and Zonal Head of Brahma Kumaris services in the state of Rajasthan. Yet this “most beautiful jewel”, as her name connotes, always appears light and tension-free. Known for her dedication to fostering spiritual and moral excellence in young people, Dadi, even in her eighties, is herself lively and young at heart.