Mount Abu ( Rajasthan ): The 13th Ascension Anniversary of Dadi Prakashmani, the Second Administrative Head of the Brahma Kumaris, was observed as Universal Brotherhood Day at Mount Abu, the International Headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris in Rajasthan. Meditation sessions were conducted at all service centers worldwide for Global Peace and Universal Brotherhood. From early morning, an atmosphere of love and reverence was created by the Brahma Kumaris family in sweet remembrance of this great spiritual personality.
‘Prakash Stambh’ ( Tower of Light ) – Dadi Prakashmani’s memorial in Shantivan was visited by Senior Rajayogis of the Brahma Kumaris fraternity. Dadi Ratanmohini, Additional Head of Brahma Kumaris; Dadi Ishu, Joint Head of Brahma Kumaris; BK Nirwair, Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris; BK Munni, General Manager of Brahma Kumaris, BK Karuna, Multi-Media Head of Brahma Kumaris; and BK Mruthyunjaya, Executive Secretary of Brahma Kumaris, were present on this occasion to pay floral tributes and silent homage to her.
A steady stream of the members of the Divine family reached ‘Prakash Stambh’ to offer floral tributes. Amidst the corona virus pandemic, strict social distancing norms were followed.
BK Nirwair, Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris, shared his heart-touching experiences on her memorial day.
BK Brij Mohan, Additional Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris, sent his video message from Gurgaon.
Dadi Ratanmohini, BK Munni and BK Amirchand remembered the tireless divine services rendered by Dadi Prakashmani and the growth milestones achieved by the Organization under her.
About Dadi Prakashmani:
Dadi Prakashmani, Diamond or Jewel of light, also known as Kumarka, was born in 1922 in the North Indian province of Hyderabad, now in Pakistan. Born in a deeply devotional family, she was introduced to Om Mandli, the Group of Brahma Baba, founder of Brahma Kumaris, by her father at a very young age. After that she never looked back and dedicated herself completely to the Organization.
She undertook many administrative responsibilities after 1969. She was a great leader and a loving mother. She nurtured the Organization with devotion and care. For more than 70 years she served the universe tirelessly sharing the love and truth of God with humanity.
She was an embodiment of divine qualities such as purity, love, mercy, peace, forgiveness, honesty, obedience, truth, power, yoga, spirituality, patience, tolerance, contentment, etc. She had many specialities including good governance, effective administration, accurate decision-making, a constructive approach, and balance between love and law.
She was an embodiment of knowledge and yoga, as she created a perfect balance in the acquisition of spiritual knowledge and the practice of Rajayoga Meditation. She always had a sweet spiritual sparkling smile on her face. She was a Jewel of Contentment and led a pure life, spreading pure vibrations through her thoughts, words and actions. She considered herself to be an instrument of God and served everyone with humility. Her slogan was “Be an instrument, be humble and have sweet words” (Nimit, Nirmaan and Nirmal Vani).
Foreign services flourished under her and Brahma Kumaris was recognized as an NGO (non-governmental organization) by the United Nations having consultative status with UNICEF and ECOSOC. She touched millions of lives with the light of Rajayoga Meditation.
The Brahma Kumaris received Seven Peace Messenger Awards from the United Nations during her tenure, she being the pioneer for expansion of the organisation worldwide sharing God’s Light and Might in the whole world.
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Dadi Prakashmani Bliss song (English – 2.2 min)