Dadi Hirdaya Mohini
She is the Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris. Her name means ‘The one who attracts the heart'. It fits the way she is exactly. Popularly known as Gulzar (‘rose garden'), she was one of the original members of the boarding school set up in 1937 by Brahma Baba. Her long-term, concentrated training in spiritual principles and practice has made her a living example of virtues. Simple, silent and profound she also inspires millions throughout the world.
Dadi Ratan Mohini
She is the Additional Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris and is one of the backbone members residing at the Headquarters. In childhood she created the foundation of her life in the early days of Brahma Kumaris. She lives up to her name 'most beautiful jewel' by always appearing light and tension-free. Dedicated and forthright, her focus has been the development and training programmes for teachers throughout India and serves as the spiritual resource to the team of young people responsible for the personal development and growth of youth. Now in her nineties, she remains lively and young at heart.
She is the Joint Administrative Head. Dadi Ishu and her family came into contact with the Brahma Kumaris when she was very young. She joined the boarding school set up by the organisation, which provided a balance of formal and spiritual education and training. After the community shifted to Mount Abu in the 1950s, Dadi handled all correspondence for the Founder, Brahma Baba, and later became one of the instruments to look after the Finance Department. Dadi's dignity, introversion, loyalty and commitment make her a powerful spiritual pillar of support for all.