Brahma Kumaris chief Dadi Janki passes away
Abu Road: Dr Rajyogini Dadi Janki, the Chief Administrator of Brahma Kumaris, the world's largest spiritual organization run by women, died at the age of 104. She breathed her last at 2 am on Friday at the Global Hospital and Research Centre at Mount Abu in Rajasthan.
She was suffering from shortness of breath and stomach problem for the last two months. Her last rites will be held at 3.30 pm on Friday in the ground in front of the conference hall in the BrahmaKumaris, International Headquarters at Shantivan, near Abu Road.
Rajyogini Dadi Janki was born on 1 January 1916 in Hyderabad Sindh, now in Pakistan. At the age of 21, she had embraced the spiritual path of Brahmakumari's institute and was completely dedicated. She moved to Western countries to establish Indian philosophy, Raja Yoga and human values full of spiritual aura in the 1970s. Thousands of Service centers were established in the 140 countries of the world.
Dadi Janki did unique work for cleanliness of mind, soul and external hygiene all over the world. The Government of India nominated her as the Brand Ambassador of Swachh Bharat Mission. On hearing the news of Dadi Janki's death, the followers of the institution abroad have started practicing yoga.