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Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya organises enlightening event

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DEMOW, Feb 28: The Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, situated in Demow Barua Changmai Gaon, organised a spiritual conference on ‘Pure India, Healthy India, Happy India’ at the World Peace Retreat Centre on Tuesday. In the spiritual conference, Rajyogi BK Brijmohan Anand, additional chief secretary of Brahmakumaris from Mount Abu, Rajasthan, was present as the chief speaker. Sri Sri Nani Gopal Deva Goswami, satradhikar of Sri Sri Dakhinpat Satra, graced the program as the chief guest.

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The program commenced with a welcome felicitation, followed by a ‘swagat dance’ performed by Kumari Bidisha Behen. Raj Tilok Ji, secretary of Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Sivasagar, introduced Brahmakumaris, highlighting its foundation in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Anita Behenji anchored the program.

Rajyogi BK Brijmohan Anand, additional chief secretary of Brahmakumaris, Mount Abu, Rajasthan, elaborated on the theme ‘Pure India, Healthy India, Happy India’. Kumari Ankita Behen performed the Sattriya dance during the program. Sri Sri Nani Gopal Deva Goswami, satradhikar of Sri Sri Dakhinpat Satra, also delivered a valuable speech on the topic.

BK Rajni Behenji, director of Tinsukia Centre, spoke about Rajjog. BK Rajni, in-charge of World Peace Retreat Centre, Demow, Sivasagar, Upper Assam, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh of Brahma Kumaris, also shared insights during the program. Vinod Bhaiji, executive secretary of Tinsukia sub-division, expressed gratitude in the vote of thanks.

The program was attended by dignitaries, members of the 8 head centres of Sivasagar district of Prajapita Brahmakumaris, and the general public.

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