Brahma Kumaris Ashram Mount Abu

Brahma Kumaris Ashram

The International Non-governmental Spiritual Organization of Mount Abu, established by the 1930s Dada Lekhraj Kripalani, is the World Spiritual University of Brahma Kumaris. The Brahma Kumaris hill is also referred to as ‘Madhuban’ (sweet wood). The community is largely autonomous and has a large foreign family of yogis who come here every year.

The Ashram has a museum that exhibits Lord Shiva’s understanding of the Prajapita Brahma. The 50 hectares of land also offers plenty of space for contemplation and spiritual learning and to communicate with the beautiful natural world. The founder, Dada Lekhraj Kripalani, meditated day by day, you also can see Baba’s Huts. Raja Yoga is the type of meditation that comes from spiritual possession and mediumship. The organization, with over 8,500 centers in 100 countries, registered more than 825,000 regular students.

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