OLD MEMORIES

View and download the rare collection of images related to the founding Father- Brahma Baba, history of the organization and other landmark events.

Brahma Baba
These are pictures of Brahma Baba, his life before the divine revelations and after he accepted the task of faithfully fulfilling the role of being God’s medium, and taking on the responsibility for being a complete example of surrender to the will of the Highest. .elementor-element-051bcc8 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image):hover, .elementor-element-051bcc8 .wpmf-gallery-item .wpmf_overlay {box-shadow: 2px 2px 6px 2px #BCBCBC !important; transition: all 200ms ease;}.elementor-element-051bcc8 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #E1E1E1 2px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Baba & Mamma
Caught in these photographs are memories of Mamma (the first Administrative Head of the Brahma Kumaris) and Brahma Baba, the founding father of the Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya who was chosen by the Incorporeal God Shiva to be the corporeal medium through which to disseminate His Highest Knowledge. .elementor-element-2bbd648 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Baba's Letter
A few letters written by Brahma Baba. These are written in red and in Sindhi which have been translated in blue ink in Hindi for better legibility .elementor-element-5201ecc .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Memories with Baba
Photographs with Dada Lekhraj (lovingly called Brahma Baba) who was the founder of the Brahma Kumaris. When present among a throng of people, his charisma attracted attention at once and one felt the natural humility and sincerity in his nature. Even more, one felt the strength of his character and the magnetic attraction of his eyes. .elementor-element-a18d52c .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Baba's Old Shop
Dada Lekhraj (lovingly called Brahma Baba) was a diamond merchant and owned a flourishing business in Hyderabad and Calcutta before he had the Divine revelations that gave his life a 360 turn. Pictures of his shop in Chowringhee lane in Calcutta (now Kolkata) .elementor-element-5cd79f0 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image):hover, .elementor-element-5cd79f0 .wpmf-gallery-item .wpmf_overlay {box-shadow: 0px 0px 0px 0px #cccccc !important; transition: all 200ms ease;}.elementor-element-5cd79f0 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Mamma
Photographs of Om Radhe. She was fondly known as “Mamma” – Spiritual mother because she used to churn, imbibe and impart the spiritual knowledge received from the Incorporeal Father – Shiva in the most simple, impactful way and nurture everyone who came in contact with her with the jewels from the Godly versions “Murli” .elementor-element-ec4a102 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Memories With Mamma
A collection of pictures with the first Administrative Head of the Brahma Kumaris in her early days upto her last days and her travel across India to spread the Divine knowledge. Her memories still are fresh in the hearts of all those who were fortunate enough to interact with her. .elementor-element-1ec487b .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Beginning
Take a look at the locations in Hyderabad and Karachi (both now in Pakistan) that have been a silent spectator to the journey of the Brahma Kumaris in its initial days of establishment .elementor-element-fa95020 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Early Days
The younger days of the Dadis and the others as students in Hyderabad and Karachi (now in Pakistan). Glimpses of the picketing scene and the 'Om High School' that was established fpr allround development of the children then .elementor-element-63754f0 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Baba's Things
Things that were used by Brahma Baba have been displayed in the museum. Although these were bare minimal things, these give an insight into the simple life lead by Brahma Baba .elementor-element-1f7ce70 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Relocation To India
Travel to India, Mount Abu from Karachi. First at the port on the ship to India and then on a train to Abu Road. .elementor-element-af14b2d .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
First International Visit
A peek doen memory lane. In 1954, a delegation, consisting of a few Sisters and Brothers went to Japan to participate in the World Religious Conference. It also imparted knowledge to many in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and other countries on their way back. .elementor-element-51924a0 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Gyan Sarovar
The Construction and Inaugutation of Gyan Sarovar also called Academy for a Better World. Thousands of fruit trees and flowering plants have been planted in and around the complex. The once hilly rocky area is now converted to a campus that stands as a modern village-style complex in the quiet rural setting. .elementor-element-2fe4d13 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Shantivan
Construction and Inauguration of The Diamond hall. It was built in 1996 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya. The hall can accommodate 20000 people with a facility to translate to 22 different languages. It has found a place in the Limca Book of records as the largest pillar-free auditorium .elementor-element-e2bf785 .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
First Exhibition
Take a look at the photographs of the pictures that were created initially and were used to explain the Raja Yoga Meditation Course that is a basic course and is imparted at no cost at all Brahma Kumaris' Centres across the world .elementor-element-ba1ddfc .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download
Others
Here are some photographs of Dadis in meditation, of the first few centres of the Brahma Kumaris, of the students who were the first few to be associated with the Brahma Kumaris and live a life of a Rajayogi .elementor-element-883563c .wpmf-gallery-item img:not(.glrsocial_image) {border: #cccccc 0px solid} file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download file_download