“When individuals of any age learn to turn inward and connect with their innate, divine nature and its Source, then, regardless of circumstances, such a one experiences and expresses true peace and happiness. This is why spiritual education is the need of the hour” — Dadi Ratan Mohini
When barely twelve years old, Dadi came in contact with the Brahma Kumaris and started attending the children’s class that Brahma Baba had established. She and her mother moved with the community in 1937 to Karachi and then in 1950 to Mount Abu. In 1954 Dadi, along with another sister and brother, represented the BKWSU at the World Peace Conference in Japan. Dadi subsequently travelled in Asia for nearly a year, rendering BKWSU services to people in Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. Throughout her thirties and forties, she served in India, organizing numerous large-scale BK events throughout the country. From 1972 to 1974 she played a major role in the establishment of BK centres in the United Kingdom. Since then Dadi has been based in India but has travelled throughout Africa, North and South America and the Caribbean, Europe, Russia and Asia. In India she is known for the large youth marches and rallies which she has organized or guided.
Dadi is of an intellectual bent and from a young age was encouraged by Brahma Baba to study and write about her understanding of BK concepts. A deep thinker and insightful speaker on any spiritual subject, Dadi exemplifies a life of purity, peace and elevated purpose.