பிரஜாபிதா பிரம்மா குமாரிகள் ஈஸ்வரிய விஷ்வ வித்யாலயம்

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  • About Us
  • Rajyoga Meditation
  • Campus
  • About Us

    Prajapita BrahmaKumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya (also called Brahma Kumaris in short) is a unique Vishwa Vidyalaya (university) and a well known spiritual value based educational institutional institution which has gained global acceptance and unique international recognition.

    History

    Prajapita Brahmakumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya was established in Sindh Hyderabad (now in Pakistan) in the year 1937. The institution has a very unique, unexpected and interesting beginning in an atmosphere of incredible divinity. The process of the establishment of the institution and the divine force behind it can be clearly understood when we get glimpses of some extraordinary events that unfolded in the life of an ordinary man called Dada Lekhraj, who himself had the least idea of what was to follow later.

  • Introduction

    "Imagine what it would be like to experience your 'Self' in its highest form - the soul, in its original, pure state. It is definitely possible to create such an experience. Indeed, this is what Rajyoga Meditation is all about" - Dadi Janki.

    Sometime in the journey of life, some of the following questions might have crossed your mind. Even if they haven’t, they eventually will certainly occur !

    • Who am I? What am I? What is my real identity?
    • How do my thoughts and feelings interact with the body?
    • How to make my mind powerful? Breaking the mysteries of mind;
    • Understanding thoughts, how they come and go, how to regulate them
    • Why do we come under emotions, feelings, tension and stress
    • How does an individual develops behavioral patterns, traits etc;
    • how to transform them
    • How to enjoy this precious life? How to lead a life of peace and bliss?

    The first lesson is all about complete understanding of the self, which has remained a mystery that has eluded scientists, philosophers, great thinkers and many other intellectuals.

    Benefits of Rajyoga

    The benefits of meditation are enormous. It calms our mind and body. In these fast and frenetic times, it has the most important ability to replenish mental and emotional energy.

    Meditation enables you to create new attitudes and responses to life, giving you a clear spiritual understanding of yourself.

    Meditation is the process of re-discovering, enjoying and using the positive qualities latent within you. Like any skill, meditation requires practice to achieve positive and satisfying results. By doing a little every day, it soon becomes a natural and easy habit, which generously rewards you for the little effort it involves.

  • Madhuban - the Forest of Honey

      In the north of the enchanting land of India, the Aravali Mountains rise from the parched desert plains of Rajasthan. Chief among them is Mount Abu. In ancient texts and folklore, Abu is praised as a holy place, and is associated with the names of sages and seers. Even today, numerous temples and hermitages are to be found in the area. Many former Rajput Kings built their palaces and summer houses - several of which have stood the test of time-in the surrounding hills.

    Gyan Sarovar

      Brahma Kumaris started building the campus for “The Academy for a Better World” over an area of 28 acres of land near it’s headquarters, Madhuban to provide a training facility for the institution's outreach into all areas of society in 1991. Within a few years, this relatively barren patch of land was transformed into a modern village complex in a quiet rural setting. In addition to the spiritual environment, the academic atmosphere of this campus equals that of many institutions of higher learning.

Brahma Kumaris

Our Address

Address:
இராஜயோகா தியான நிலையம் , 1164, பெரியார் நகர், இராஜகோபாலபுரம், புதுக்கோட்டை - 622003.
Telephone:
04322 - 262335
pudukkottai@bkirv.org
Web:
www.pudukkottaiinfo.com

Opening Hours

Monday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm
Tuesday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm
Wednesday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm
Thursday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm
Friday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm
Saturday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm
Sunday:
Morning 6.30am - 7.30 & 10am - 11am Evening 6pm - 7pm