Panel Discussion : Ancient Future – Rising Humanity

Brahma Kumaris, UK
At Nehru centre London
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A series of hybrid online and in-house events commemorate the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence and the 50th anniversary of The Brahma Kumaris in the UK.

The discussion, hosted by broadcast journalist Philippa Blackham, will be between Sister Jayanti and Mr. Amish Tripathi, on the theme of “Ancient Future – Rising Humanity”. How do we rise above the falsehood in today’s world to create a future of truth and integrity in which we can all flourish?

The chief for the event would be, Pragnya Mohan who is an Indian triathlete from Ahmedabad, Gujarat. In 2019, she became the first triathlete to represent India in the Triathlon World Cup. She is the current and multiple times South Asian and National Triathlon Champion and has won gold medals at the South Asian Games and the National Games.

Sister Jayanti is the Additional Administrative Head of The Brahma Kumaris. She is also the Director of Brahma Kumaris activities in Europe and the Middle East. As a spiritual teacher for over 50 years, she has dedicated her life to self-transformation and service to humanity. Sister Jayanti is the Brahma Kumaris NGO representative at the UN in Geneva.

She continues to champion the cooperative role of spiritual organizations in creating a just and peaceful world, bringing spiritual principles to the discussion tables of politicians, economists, business leaders, scientists, and nearly every stakeholder of our times. Sister Jayanti sees the erosion of spiritual values as the underlying cause of the crises the world is facing today.

The Brahma Kumaris is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) of the United Nations, accredited with General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).