“Ambassador For Peace Award – 2016” to Dr. BK Binny and also selected Regional Director by World Peace Initiative USA.
Dr. Binny Sareen received International “Ambassador For Peace Award – 2016” For The Distinguished Services To The Humanity on the occasion of International Human Rights Day ‘2016 and International Human Rights Awards “6th Bhartiya Manava Adhikar Samman’2016) for Peace, Harmony, Protecting and Promoting Human Rights, with “National Council Of News & Broadcasting (NCNB), Asian Human Rights Council (AHRC) , Amnesty Worldwide (AW) , Universal Mission For Peace And Harmony (UMPH) And International Institute Of Human Rights Studies (IIHRS)”.
Awards were presented at India Islamic Centre Auditorium, New Delhi on10TH DECEMBER’2016.
The Awards was presented at ceremony taken place in DELHI in the presence of distinguished guests from all the sectors i.e. Social Activists, Religious Leaders, Social N
GO, Foreign Diplomat, United Nation, Ex Ministers , Ex MLA , IAS , IPS, Judiciary , Advocates ,Sports, Film Industry, RWA, Journalists, Bureaucrats, Doctors, Engineers, Chartered Accountants, and Law Colleges, Universities, School etc. from all over the India and Globally.
The speech of Dr. Binny Sareen, Dr. Prashant Bhalla , Venerable Bhikku Sanghsena , Acharya Dr. Lokesh Muni , Chief Imam Dr. Umer Ahmed Ilyasi , Dr Sandeep Marwah and Prof. K K Aggarwal has touched the heart of the people.
The Various schools have participated and performed in the event as KR Mangalam World School , Manav Bharti India International School.
Dr. Anthony Raju , Chairman All India Council of Human Rights, Liberties and Social Justice appreciated and acknowledged in his speech distinguished contributions of Award Winners. Awards were also given in field of Exceptional leadership, Media Excellence, Asia Most Eminent Journalist, Art and culture and for health care
THE AWARDS WERE PRESENTED BY :
Dr. Prashant Bhalla , President Manav Rachna Educational Institutions
Lt. General Shokin Chouhan
Lt. General Amit Sarin
Prof. K K Aggarwal , Chancellor , K R Mangalam Univerity
Dr. N C Wadhwa (IAS Retd.), Manav Rachna International University
Acharya Dr. Lokesh Muni
Chief Imam Dr. Umer Ahmed Ilyasi
Mrs Neera Shastri
Global Leadership Award 2016 – Social Guidance conferred to Dadi Janki,
Administrative Chief of Brahma Kumaris
It brings us immense happiness to inform you that Respected Dadi Jankiji was conferred the Global Leadership Award 2016 – Social Guidance during the Global Leadership Conference and Middle East Excellence Awards 2016 held at the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industries,
Sharjah, UAE on 17th December 2016.
The Global Leadership Conference and Middle East Excellence Awards 2016 was the 3rd edition of the event organized by the Cochin Herald Media Network which honors the excellence of prominent personalities from the business community.
Raja Yoga Center Dubai received the award on behalf of Dadi Jankiji and BK Jyotika delivered Dadi’s written message in a gathering of around 200 dignitaries from across the UAE.
A very successful FOP week-end Retreat was held at the Leura Retreat Centre, in Australia, during the week-end of 18th to 20th November. Forty eight participants from very diverse professions took part.Some of them took flights from Melbourne and Perth to attend the event. More than 60% of the total were Caucasian Australians and the rest were of Asian and Aboriginal descent. The Retreat commenced on Friday evening and ended after lunch on Sunday.
Rajyogi B.K. Nirwair Bhai, Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris has been conferred “Bharat Gaurav – Lifetime Achievement Award” on 2nd July 2016 in a grand ceremony held at House of Commons (British Parliament), London (UK) in the presence of dignitaries from all over the world. On his behalf BK Bharat from institution’s head office Mount Abu received the award.
The award was presented by Parliamentary under Secretary of State for International Development and Member of House of Lords Baroness Sandip Verma and Sanskriti Yuva Sansthan chairman Suresh Sharma. The award was presented to people who have achieved extraordinary excellence in their fields and have made India feel proud of them by Sanskriti Yuva Sansthan, an international NGO working for rise of Indian Culture.
This award was given to BK Nirwair Bhai for his unparalleled contribution in spreading Indian spirituality, Rajyoga mediation and human values throughout the world.
On the second anniversary of International Day of Yoga as declared by the United Nations, Brahma Kumari Sr Dr Hemlata was presented with an award by Mr Deoraj Teemul chairman of the Yoga Week Celebrations on Sunday June 26th at the NCIC auditorium in Chaguanas. Dr Hemlata is the Spiritual Head of the Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centre located on Pointe a Pierre Road, San Fernando and has been teaching the art of meditation for the past 49 years.
In 2014, doctor Hemlata also received a National Gold Award from His Excellency the president Anthony T.A. Carmona for her contribution to the development of women. Born in Hyderabad, India and migrated to Trinidad in 1979 as a yoga teacher, sister Hemlata has empowered families and touched the lives of thousands of persons through her practical experiences gained through her yoga practices.
Yoga Day was a proposal of the Prime Minister of India Mr Narendra Modi when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly on September 27th 1914. The 193 member United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on December 11th 2014 approved by unanimity a resolution establishing June 21st as International Day of Yoga.
A series of events dedicated to the International Day of Yoga in St. Petersburg, Russia
21-26 June, 2016
“Raja Yoga is not about tough physical exercises or religious practices. Rather it is a lifestyle based on understanding our inner self as a sentient, thinking entity and directing our thoughts towards the Supreme for developing the powers of purity, peace and love”, said BK Raju, national coordinator of the Rural Development Wing (Brahma Kumaris HQ, Mount Abu), speaking at a seminar in St. Petersburg, Russia, on the occasion of the International Day of Yoga (IDY).
It’s for the second time already that the Yoga Day is being celebrated in Russia as well as worldwide. This year the series of festive events organized on this occasion by St. Petersburg Brahma Kumaris Centre were graced with the presence of our respected BK Atam Prakash, editor-in-chief of “Gyan Amrit” and “World Renewal” magazines, a yogi with almost 60 years of meditation experience, and BK Raju, who has been doing tireless service in Madhuban, the Brahma Kumaris Headquarters, since early 1970s. All the regular BK students of St. Petersburg as well as 70 BKs from 14 cities of Russia and Belarus took part in the celebrations.
The series of events dedicated to IDY introduced a wide range of aspects required for a healthy and harmonious life: physical and mental fitness, healthy diet, balanced lifestyle and an attitude of gratitude towards our mother nature.
Outdoor Exercises. For almost a week, white-clad yogis of every age group from little children to 80-year old great-grandmothers would gather in the Brahma Kumaris Peace Park early in the morning to spread the wave of positivity and freshness in the atmosphere of the predominantly bedroom neighbourhood, the majority of residents of which were still in their beds! Light physical exercises with elements of dance and a round of jogging to variety of beautiful musical tunes were sending the message of waking up mentally and physically and enjoying the life. And even rainy weather could not become a hindrance for the enthusiastic yogis. Practicing the Surya Namaskar (the posture of revering the Sun) under the drizzling rain was a scene truly worth seeing!
Healthy Food Festival. The Day of Yoga was marked with a session “The Gift of Nature” dedicated to the impact of what we eat on what we think, decide and do. The topic of the importance of pure vegetarian diet for our spiritual, physical and social health was introduced in a creative and entertaining way. A short comedy drama “Nightmare with a Happy Ending” made everyone think of a situation unique, yet not quite impossible: two cannibals having read a bestselling book on why meat is so important for man’s diet, decide to eat – – – the author of the book! Luckily for him, he wakes up from his scary dream to rethink his idea of healthy food habits. The audience enjoyed songs, dances and video recipes shown to them by BK students. And surely there were not just virtual video recipes there! A Taste Test of delicious vegetarian dishes (or rather a feast!) became the culmination of the event.
Yogic Farming. A seminar on “Sustainable Yogic Farming” held in Lighthouse, the BK Centre in St. Petersburg, became a friendly and informative dialogue of scientists, science reporters, environmentalists and farmers. It was a joined project of the BKs and St. Petersburg State Agricultural University so the students and teachers of this educational institution also took part in the session. “I have always had deep love for India. I am sure that meditation and yoga are among those paths that will enable the humanity to survive amidst this global crisis”, said Mr. Oleg Mukhin, vice-president of the Russian Astronautic Federation addressing the audience. Br. Raju described how in the “Sustainable Yogic Farming” project carried out by the BK Rural Development Wing in co-operation with several state universities of India, soil fertility and nutritional qualities of the crop were increased by using the physical energy of organic fertilizers (compost, manure etc) and the metaphysical energy of Raja Yoga meditation.