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Brahma Kumaris Malad

203, Gold Filled Girnar Tower Sion-Bandra Link Road Dharavi, Mahim East, Mumbai, India- 400016.

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Rajyoga Education and Research Foundation (RERF) is a sister organisation of Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya and has similar aims and purposes that are accomplished through its 18 wings. The Media Wing of RERF works in support of the Brahma Kumaris institution in the bid to uplift humanity through spreading the knowledge of applied spiritual values as found in the teachings of Rajyoga.
Both, nationally and internationally, the wing is experiencing a lot of co-operation from various areas of the media. A network of concerned journalists throughout the world are committed to bringing positive news into the press and are taking up the responsibility of influencing society in a positive way. The Media Wing has taken up the challenge to awaken the public interest in spirituality, in values and in exercising their right to knowledgeable opinion about the issues of the day.

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203, Gold Filled Girnar Tower Sion-Bandra Link Road Dharavi,

Mahim East

Mahim East, Mumbai, India- 400016.

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Brahma Kumaris Malad conducts classes in Meditation and Yoga. It is located in Mahim East, Mumbai. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute.

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