Set foot in India, ancient land of mystery and spirituality, and take a step on to a spiritual journey that will bring you closer to your inner self.
Mount Abu, a picturesque Indian hill station in the state of Rajasthan is stunning in Autumn (October), with sunny days and cool evenings. Travelling up the mountain through the lush greenery, you will enjoy the cool clean air. Mount Abu is also home to the magnificent temples of Dilwara, a famous Jain pilgrimage spot. Pass beautiful Nakki Lake and you will come to the main centre of the Brahma Kumaris.
The Brahma Kumaris research and teach the ancient art of Raja Yoga Meditation, a silent open-eyed meditation that connects the soul to God.
The Brahma Kumaris were originally established in Hyderabad, Sindh Province, now Pakistan, in 1937. In 1950 The Brahma Kumaris moved to Mount Abu in Rajasthan and began to establish teaching centres across India. In the early 1970’s centres were established in London, Zambia, Kenya and Hong Kong with London being the International Coordinating Office. The Brahma Kumaris is a network of 8,500 centers in 120 countries and is the largest spiritual organisation in the world to be led by women.
The role of leadership is shared between a core group of women: Dadi Ratan Mohini, who is based at the spiritual headquarters in Mount Abu, India, is the Administrative Head of The Brahma Kumaris. There are three Additional Administrative Heads; Mohini Didi who is based in New York and coordinates the Americas & Caribbean; Sister Jayanti who is based in London and coordinates the UK, Europe and Middle East and Nirmala Didi who is based in Mount Abu, India and coordinates the Asia Pacific Region including Australia and New Zealand.
They open their home and their hearts to welcome you.