Governor of Karnataka commended Brahma Kumaris initiatives in bringing “Golden Bharat”

Gottigere, Bengaluru ( Karnataka ): The zonal launching of the Brahma Kumaris National Project “Kalp Taruh” was successfully accomplished at Vishwa Shanti Rajyoga Bhavan, Gottigere, Bengaluru, under the theme of “Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav Se Swarnim Bharat Ki Ore” (from 75 years of Indian Independence towards Golden Bharat) by Honorable  Thawar Chand Gehlot, Governor of Karnataka, with the divine blessings of Rajyogini Dr. BK Nirmala, Joint Chief of Brahma Kumaris, in the divine presence of Rajyogi Dr. BK Mruthyunjaya, Executive Secretary, Brahma Kumaris. Honorable Araga Jnanedra, Home Minister, Government of Karnataka, joined this program as Chief Guest.

Honorable Thawar Chand Gehlot, Governor of Karnataka, shared the importance of planting trees, saving water, and other environment beneficiary actions, along with commending Brahma Kumaris’ initiatives in bringing “Swarnim Bharat” (Golden India).

Honorable Araga Jnanedra, Home Minister, Government of Karnataka, expressed that, by involving all the people, Brahma Kumaris is working towards this task of planting lakhs (hundreds of thousands) of trees, which is commendable.

BK Rajyogi Dr. BK Mruthyunjaya  shared that tree plantation not only benefits human beings but also all the creatures in this world. He also thanked the Honorable Governor of Karnataka and Honorable Home Minister of Karnataka and the Government of Karnataka for their full support in this initiative.

Rajyogini Dr. BK Nirmala highlighted that by purifying the human mind with divine values, we can have betterment in the environment as well. She shared good wishes for the launch of the Kalpataru project.

Rajyogini BK Ambika shared that, through this project, along with gifting tree saplings, Brahma Kumaris share divine values as well.  She conducted a meditation that gave a deep experience of Peace to all participants.

BK Srinivas Raju welcomed all the guests with reverence. Children performed dances recalling the glory of Green and Ancient India. More than 2500 offline participants and 3000 online participants attended the event.

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