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Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris
Dadi Janki (Dadi means elder sister) is a visionary whose uniqueness lies in her unswerving optimism and a heart rich with compassion. She is a soul who refuses to set limits and boundaries as to what is achievable and, in doing so, inspires others to believe that they too can make the impossible possible. As a spiritual leader, she has pioneered the integration of healthy emotional, spiritual and social development with education.
Dadi Hirdaya Mohini
Additional Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris
Rajyogini Dadi Hirdaya Mohini’s is a name with meaning. It means the one who attracts your heart. Dadi Hirdaya Mohini, affectionately known as Dadi Gulzar, was eight years old when she came in contact with Om Mandli, as the Brahma Kumaris were known initially, in 1936. From that early age she has been gifted with divine vision, which has revealed to her a future where social, economic and political systems will align with the highest human values, and where peace will be the only religion. These visions have fostered in her deep faith in the human potential to create a better world.
Dadi Ratan Mohini
Joint Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris
Rajyogini Dadi Ratan Mohini came in contact with the Brahma Kumaris at the tender age of 11 in Hyderabad, Sindh. Since childhood she had an inclination for spirituality, which led her to dedicate her life to spiritual service. Right from the beginning, she had an intellectual bent of mind and was encouraged by the founder of the institution, Prajapita Brahma, to study spiritual knowledge in depth. A deep thinker and insightful speaker on spiritual subjects, Dadi exemplifies a life of purity, peace and elevated purpose.