Our Wing

Values ​​and spiritual education is on of the missing links in the present education system, and this characteristics has a wonderful ability to remove the shortcomings prevailing in the education world and also to create a positive educational environment. The Education Wing of Rajayoga Education and Research Foundation, Brahma Kumaris has presented a curriculum based on values ​​and spiritual education for the new creation of a bright future for the entire humanity. Study of this course develops positive thinking and attitude in life and makes man aware, diligent and truthful towards action and duty.


It was with this elevated goal of human existence that the Brahma Kumaris targeted formal education in schools and colleges, which till now has prepared man only to acquire skills and be able to earn livelihood but it did not attempt to sharpen and bring out one’s inner qualities and virtues that make him a good human being with embellishments of cordiality, sociability, generosity, peace, happiness, purity, divinity etc. In the year 2009 the Brahma Kumaris and the Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar (TN) signed an MoU to start academic courses of Value Education & Spirituality. This one year course called Post-Graduate Diploma in Value Education & Spirituality is in the distance-education stream and can be pursued by students of India and Nepal. Gradually other courses and universities followed. Now the Brahma Kumaris have MoUs of Value Education courses with as many as 16 universities and 6 autonomous colleges across the country.

Initiated by

Rajyoga Education & Research Foundation

RE&RF was registered under the Societies Registration Act, XXI, on August 11, 1982 as an educational & charitable Society. RE&RF executes its various responsibilities with the help of its 20 constituent wings, each of which is dedicated to the service of some specific section of our society. Its main objective is: To establish centres of Rajyoga and propagate Rajyoga education to foster soul-consciousness; universal brotherhood, to promote literacy & encourage scientific research in Rajyoga.

Message from Chairperson

Our Vision to Integrate Values in Education

Elevated habits are the basis of progress in human life. Enrichment of habits ​​is possible only through values. Values ​​and spirituality based education develops best habits ​​in life. The education system is adopted mainly according to the need of time. Since ancient times, education system has continuously been modified with the changes and demand of time. In the present time of technological, industrial, materialistic and competitive era, where different dimensions and objectives are being developed in the education system, human life is becoming worthless due to lack of values ​​in education. Education based on valueless materialism and competition promotes selfishness, jealousy, ego, greed, corruption and fear. As a result of technology, where the distances around the world are getting erased, at the same time, all of us are getting away from each other.


There is a need for radical change in education, by integrating values ​​in the present day education system. Decline in the level of education leads to decline of the character. Every year in India, many conferences, workshops, seminars etc. are organized for the improvement of education.


The feeling of national unity develops through education. The condition and direction of the society can change only through value education. Education of morality, humanity and values make life elevated. The feeling of ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam’ will develop by the inculcation of these values, which will lead towards an elevated and united society.

BK Mruthyunjaya

Our Core Team

BK Shielu


BK Suman

National Coordinator

BK Shivika

HQ. Coordinator

BK Pandiamani

Director, Value Education

Dr. RP Gupta

Co-Director, Value Education

BK Supriya

Executive Member

BK Supriya

Executive Member

BK Chunesh

Graphics Designer

BK Burhanuddin

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BK Gaurav

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Our Parent Organization

Our Organization

Mount Abu, high in the Aravali Mountains of Rajasthan, provides  an ideal location for reflection and contemplation and so it did to the founder members of the organization and was the major impetus for the original group’s move from Karachi in 1950. After a few years in a rented building, the community moved to its present site which is known as the Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya (Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University). The Brahma Kumaris spiritual headquarters is known as the Madhuban (‘Forest of Honey’) also.

About Brahma Kumaris

Who we are ?

Brahma Kumaris, officially known as ‘Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya’ is a worldwide spiritual movement dedicated to personal transformation and world renewal. Founded in 1936 in Hyderabad, Sindh (then a part of undivided India) by Dada Lekhraj (Prajapita Brahma), Brahma Kumaris has spread to over 137 countries in 5 continents of the world and has had an extensive impact on all sections of the society. It is working as an international NGO, associated with the United Nations Department of Public Relations. The organization is committed to help individuals transform themselves, based on the understanding of their true, spiritual identity, which transcends their mere material existence.


It supports the cultivation of a deep collective consciousness of peace and of the individual dignity of each soul. Being a women-led organization it is widely known as Brahma Kumaris. Even though the founding father of the organization was fondly known as Prajapita Brahma, the first Administrative Head was Mateshwari Jagadamba, fondly known as Mamma.

It supports the cultivation of a deep collective consciousness of peace and of the individual dignity of each soul. Being a women – led organization it is widely known as Brahma Kumaris. Even though the founding father of the organization was fondly known as Prajapita Brahma, the first Administrative Head was Mateshwari Jagadamba, fondly known as Mamma.

In 1950, this spiritual group relocated to India, and found place in the beautiful Aravalli Ranges of Mount Abu in Rajasthan. From there, the seed of spiritual knowledge sown, grew gradually and the organization started spreading its wings to different parts of the country. In 1971, the spiritual knowledge and practice of Raja Yoga spread overseas, with the first foreign centre in London.


After the ascension of Mateshwari Jagadamba to the subtle world of souls in 1965 and Prajapita Brahma in 1969, Rajyogini Dadi Prakashmani became the Administrative Head of the organisation .


When Rajyogini Dadi Prakashmani left her mortal coil in 2007, Rajyogini Dadi Janki , who had played the pivotal role in spreading the Godly Message to almost all the countries of the world, became Chief Administrative Head in 2007. With her tireless pursuit and dedication, Dadi Janki led the organization until 2020, when she ascended to the subtle world at the age of 104.


Later, Rajyogini Dadi Hridaymohini was appointed the Chief Administrative Head when she attained her angelic form in March 2021. The present Chief Administrative Head is Rajyogini Dadi Ratanmohini who at 96 is tirelessly and successfully fulfilling the responsibilities and duties of the head of such a world-wide spiritual organisation.

Wings of Brahma Kumaris

Serving Humanity through Profession

Brahma Kumaris At The United Nations

The Brahma Kumaris is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) of the United Nations. Through its international network of centres in more than 137 countries, the Brahma Kumaris provide people with opportunities and settings to voice their opinions on critical matters of spirituality and human well-being that impact their daily lives and ensure that their messages make their way back to the UN through written and oral statements and other publications presented at UN conferences and meetings. The principles of the Brahma Kumaris are aligned in particular with the tenet contained in the Preamble to the Charter of the United Nations“… to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person….” & “to promote awareness and highlight the purpose and principles of the UN.”

Dadi Prakashmani awarded UN Peace Medals for 1984
he BKs received 7 Peace Messenger Awards for their significant contribution in the observance of the UN’s year of Peace in 1987.
UN designates the Brahma Kumaris Messanger for Manifesto 2000 to promote the culture of Peace (2000)

Brahma Kumaris Affiliations with UN

Since 1980
Associate Status with the Department of Public Information (DPI)
Since 1983
General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
Since 1987
Consultative Status with the United Nations Children’s Education Fund (UNICEF)
Since 2007
Flagship Member of Education for Rural People, Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO)
Since 2009
Observer Organisation to UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Since 2014
Observer Status to the United Nations Environment Assembly of (UNEP)

Brahma Kumaris contribute to the work of the UN in promoting the purpose and principles of the United Nations Charter. A positive and unique trajectory of awareness, attitude, vision, and action is used in the areas of the Millennium Development Goals, Climate Change, Food Crisis, Gender Equality, Global Public Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, Human Rights, Women, Children, Youth, International Decades, Days etc.

We are also a part of the UN conferences, preparatory committee meetings, commissions: presenting oral and written statements; hosting parallel events; working with NGO committees and caucuses.

We are also a part of UN conferences, preparatory committee meetings, commissions: presenting oral and written statements; hosting parallel events; working with NGO committees and caucuses.

Current Leaders

Get to know about the current spiritual leaders of the Brahma Kumaris and in what way as instruments of God, they are committed to bring a positive change in the world.

Dadi Ratanmohini


Mohini Panjabi


Jayanti Kriplani


Munni Aggarwal


BK Sudesh Didi


BK Sashi Didi


BK Santosh


BK Niwair


BK Brijmohan


BK Mruthyunjaya


BK Karuna