Prakashmani Wisdom Park

Nestled in the lap of the Aravali ranges, this  beautiful campus gives the viewers an amazing, high tech, interactive spiritual experience and where spiritual knowledge will be shared through use of latest technology for bringing enlightenment in society.  The silence & tranquility of the campus provide an atmosphere for self-exploration & unique spiritual experiences. Spread over 5.5 acres of natural beauty. It is located just 500 meters away from Shantivan (Mount Abu) the International Head Quarters of the Brahma Kumaris worldwide. 

Ambience of Park

Prakashmani Wisdom Park is set in a beautiful natural and pure environment far from the pollution and noise of busy city life. You will feel yourself slowing down as you go for walks in nature, listen to the chirping of the native birds, watch the squirrels running around and gaze at the vast clear blue sky during the day and the galaxy full of stars at night. During the monsoon you will feel as though you are floating on the clouds. The serenity of the surroundings will remind you of your inner peace.  

BK Mruthyunjaya

Executive Secretary, Brahma Kumaris

Our Purpose

I would like to share with you the purpose behind the creation of our spiritual amusement park in Brahma Kumaris, Shantivan. While most amusement parks are designed for entertainment and thrill-seeking, our park aims to offer a different kind of experience – one that nourishes the soul and stimulates the mind.

At our spiritual amusement park, you will find a range of attractions that cater to all ages and interests. From guided meditations and yoga classes to interactive exhibits on mindfulness and ethics, there is something for everyone. We also offer workshops on topics such as stress management, emotional intelligence, and personal growth, all designed to promote a deeper understanding of oneself and others.

Overall, our goal is to create a space where people from all walks of life can come together to learn, grow, and connect with their spiritual selves. We believe that this can make a real difference in the world, fostering greater empathy, understanding, and harmony.

We hope that you will visit our spiritual amusement park soon and join us in this important mission.

Dadi Prakashmani

Former Chief, Brahma Kumaris

About Our Former Chief

Prakashmani means ‘jewel of light’ – and Dadi Prakashmani became the joint Administrative Head along with Didi Manmohini after Mamma left her body. She became the main administrative head on the passing of Brahma Baba in 1969. Under her leadership the Brahma Kumaris grew from strength to strength. Her specialities were love, respect and trust. She was once asked how she managed such a huge organisation without even as much as a fax machine, to which she replied “Everyone knows what they have to do – I trust they will do it”. At the age of 87, Dadi passed on August 2007. I am also thankful to all departments & the team involved for taking it to final shape. I am also thankful to all departments & the team involved for taking it to final shape.

Our Team

BK Shivika

Project Coordinator

BK Burhan

Technical Coordinator

BK Gaurav

Technical Coordinator


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 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.

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 starting spreading its branches in 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 in 1965 and Prajapita Brahma in 1969, Rajyogini Dadi Prakashmani was appointed the next Administrative Head of the Institution.

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

Later, Dadi Hridaymohini, was appointed the Chief Administrative Head of the Brahma Kumaris until she attained her angelic form in March 2021. The present Chief Administrative Head is Dadi Ratanmohini who at 96 is tirelessly and successfully fulfilling the responsibilities and services.


The Brahma Kumaris perform their various socio-spiritual roles and responsibilities with the help of some sister institutions constituted with a specific objective. While the overall goal of all these remains spiritual enlightenment through the practice of Raja Yoga, each of these institute tends to execute its purpose in a focused manner. The major sister institutes are :

The World Renewal Spiritual Trust (WRST)

Registered as a charitable trust, with its Head-Office in Mumbai, the WRST was incorporated in December 1968 with the sole goal of:

  • Promotion, propagation and research in ancient Indian Culture, knowledge, yoga and philosophy.
  • Arranging and managing museums, exhibitions and seminars with special emphasis on imparting knowledge, ennobling character & uplitiing human lives. For this purpose the WRST makes provisions for the study and teaching as also establishing and managing institutes for the said purpose.
Rajyoga education & Research Foundation

The Rajyoga Education and Research Foundation (RE&RF)

RE&RF was registered under the Societies Registration Act, XXI, in 11 August 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 specific sections 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

The Brahma Kumaris Education Society (BKES)

BKES, registered under the Provisions of Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 (Act No. 29 of 1950) on 18-11-1996, as an educational and charitable society, has its Head Office at Mumbai. Its main objectives are:

  • To establish, conduct, run and manage spiritual education institutions;
  • To impart education in moral, cultural and spiritual values.
  • To promote scientific temper and spiritual vision.
  • To promote emotional balance & self-restraint for holistic personality development and conduct related training.

Brahma Kumaris At The United Nations

The Brahma Kumaris is an international non-governmental organization of the United Nations. Through its international network of centers in 137 countries, the Brahma Kumaris provide people with opportunities and settings to voice their opinions on critical matters 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

The 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, the 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.

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

Meet the Spiritual Leaders

Dadi Ratanmohini

Chief of Brahma Kumaris

Mohini Panjabi

Additional Administrative Head

Jayanti Kriplani

Additional Administrative Head

Munni Aggarwal

Joint Administrative Head


Joint Administrative Head

BK Sashi Didi

Joint Administrative Head

BK Santosh

Joint Administrative Head

BK Nirwair

Secretary General

BK Brijmohan

Additional Secretary General