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DADI JANKI – A CENTURY OF SERVICE is the biography Dadi Janki, who was the founder of the Brahma Kumaris outside India.
Dadi was one of modern India’s first female spiritual leaders, who has transcended established norms of religion, society and culture and who had dedicated her life to the service of humanity.
Engaging with people form the grassroots to government leaders, Dadi campaigns for truth, cultivation of inner strengths, values, inter-religious understanding and co-operation and worked tirelessly for world peace. She traveled worldwide, sharing the wisdom and deep spiritual knowledge of Raja Yoga, the way back to self-mastery.
As Administrative Head of the organisation she oversaw centres in over 120 countries, with about one million students. This book relates the lifestory of this remarkable individual, her dedication to God and her commitment to create a better future.
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