Poster - Dadi Janki of BKWSU with the Dalai Lama - India
Poster - Dadi Janki of BKWSU - with the Dalai Lama - India
The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of the Tibetan Buddhist community in exile in India.
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Dadi Janki - Raja and Karma Yoga - BKWSU - Hinduism - India
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Article date: 7-24-19
About: BKWSU Heads of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University. Established in India in 1937, the University now has more than 5,000 branches globally.
Dadi Janki is a spiritual teacher and leader who has worked for more than 80 years to develop her own inner peace and power.
The stability she has attained is such that, even in her hundredth year, she is able to serve as head of the Brahma Kumaris, an international spiritual training organization.
Born in 1916 in the Indian province of Sindh, now part of Pakistan, Dadi (“elder sister” in Sindhi) has become a source of wisdom in the art of living.
She recognizes that while technological advances in diagnosis and treatment are life-saving and need to be shared globally, many health problems arise from emotional suffering and need to be addressed at a deeper level.
Her view is that simple changes in the way we think and feel will secure a healthy future for humanity, and a better world.
Brahma Kumaris are strictly lacto-vegetarian and eat food that is cooked either oneself or by a member of BKWSU (Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University). They wear white clothes as a symbol of purity. Meditation is part of their life, and Brahma Kumaris start it at 4 a.m. every day
As a current administrative head of the Brahma Kumaris, Dadi presides over a worldwide student population of 650,000 people of all ages and backgrounds.