Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan Pay Tribute to Jagadamba Saraswati at Brahma Kumaris HQ

57th Rememberance Day of Jagadamba Saraswati Observed by Brahma Kumaris As A Day of Spiritual Wisdom.

Mount Abu ( Rajasthan ): The Brahma Kumaris observed the 57th anniversary of their First Administrative Head, Highly Honourable, Most Respected Mateshwari Jagadamba Saraswati (lovingly called ‘Mama‘) with great dedication, love and respect.

Vasundhara Raje, Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Pushpendra Singh Ranawat, MLA Bali, Ex-Minister of State for Energy, Govt. of Rajasthan,  Dev M. Patel, Member of Parliament from Jalore-Sirohi (Rajasthan),  Sama Ram Grasiya MLA, Pindwara Abu,  Jagsiram Kohli, MLA Revdar, Otaram Dewasi, Former Minister, Ashok ji and many diginitaries participated in the program attended by more than 3000 Brahma Kumars and Kumaris from all over India,  who gathered together at Diamond Hall to pay loving tribute to Mama.

BK Mruthyunjaya, Executive Secretary of Brahma Kumaris welcomed all.

Vasundhara Raje, Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan addressing the audience said that, We have to change the self and change the circumstances. Prajapita Brahma Baba, Mama and Dadis have shown us the importance of transformation of the self by being an example. Women are the foundation of all, and when we are strong, whole society changes. God’s power is great. God is with all. Lets understand his power and fill his power.  Keep performing good actions, and the result will be good. This is our strength. Move forward with this and no one can stop us. Be happy and distribute happiness to all. This happiness index will move the country forward. She expressed her gratitude for giving a chance to be part of this program and paid her heartfelt tribute to Mateshwari Jagadamba Saraswati.

On this occasion, Joint Chief of Brahma Kumaris BK Munni and Dr. Nirmala shared elaborately about the life incidents, teachings and inspirations of Mateshwari Jagadamba Saraswati (World Mother).

Mother Jagadamba was an idol of sacrifice, penance and service.  Moreover, she surrendered herself for the betterment of mankind and thus set an example before us of how a woman can sacrifice her comforts and play a key role in the enhancement of human values.

Men and women who came into contact with Mother Jagadamba got rid of their anger and depression, bad habits, cruelty and cunningness, false and forfeiting nature, thinking of others, problems, stress and addictions and became helping hands in the upliftment of society.

BK Nirwair, Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris said that Mother Saraswati possessed the powers of the Soul, strength of Remembrance, Divinity, Purity and Spirituality. With these powers in her, Mother Saraswati attracted everyone like a magnet and saved them from the heat of vices and bad deeds and led them towards divinity. We all should imbibe the teachings of Mother Saraswati and spread peace, love, compassion, oneness and positive thinking, which would be the real homage we pay to her.

BK Suchita, Incharge of Brahma Kumaris Sadri Ranakpur gave vote of thanks and BK Kamlesh co-ordinated the stage program.

On this occasion, tribute programs were also held at Pandav Bhawan and Gyansarovar campuses of Brahma Kumaris Headquarters.

BK Shashi and BK Sheilu showed light on the life of Mother Jagadamba: It is a matter of pride to say that the extraordinary girl named Om Radha was born in Amritsar, Punjab, in the year 1919.  At the tender age of 16 she surrendered her life to the Brahma Kumaris and inspired people of all walks of the society in keeping themselves away from vices, weaknesses and shortcomings. She was always relaxed, fearless and patient even during challenging times. She sacrificed her mortal body at the age of 45 on June 24th, 1965, and dedicated herself in the subtle service of mankind. She always said there is no assurance of this life and so we should use this very effectively, never repeat our mistakes, forget about the past and remember God to nullify your sins and make your impressions (sanskars) divine, pure and flawless. Her mantra was “Every moment is the final moment”.


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