Bharat Gaurav B. K. Nirwair- follows humanitarianism and penmanship to spread the teachings of the Brahma Kumaris

B.K Nirwair started to serve as a valuable and effective instrument in spreading the teachings of the Brahma Kumaris, both in India and abroad. He has been the brain behind many programmes, conferences, retreats, and seminars organised by the PBKIVV. His interactions with others have brought about tremendous change in the way people view themselves, which in turn has helped shape the institution to which he owes his allegiance. He has been the source of inspiration behind the setting up of large World Renewal Spiritual Exhibitions, Spiritual Art Galleries, the making of documentary films and other projects on Spirituality in Art.

His interest in spiritual wisdom began in his childhood days when he was attracted to the teachings of Swami Vivekananda and Swami Ramtirath. In 1959, he came in contact with PBKIVV whilst still in the Navy. Based on his personal association with the Founder and other senior members of the institution, he was inspired to spiritually serve the world. By the year 1963, he had a clear vision about the path he had to take and so dedicated his entire life to the task of the Brahma Kumaris, under the guidance of his mentor and guide, Prajapita Brahma himself.

In attempts to share spiritual wisdom with opinion leaders from various professional fields, he has shouldered the responsibility of acting as Secretary-General in International Conferences. The International Headquarters in Mount Abu have hosted a number of such conferences over the years on the themes of “Universal Peace”, “Global Co-operation for a Better World”, “Universal Harmony”, “Spiritual Response to Changing Times”, “Our Efforts for a Value-Based Society” etc. and continues to do so. Many distinguished dignitaries have inaugurated these conferences: ex-President Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma, ex-Prime Minister Mr Rajiv Gandhi, and been addressed by Mr Robert Muller, other UN representatives and world leaders including the Dalai Lama, Lord David Ennals, Prime Minister Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee and others. Apart from carrying out the role of Secretary-General, he has visited all five continents to propagate the teachings and principles of the Brahma Kumaris.

B.K. Nirwair has not only shown his competence in the realm of spirituality but also in humanitarianism and penmanship. One only needs to spend a few seconds with him to feel his unconditional love and respect for humanity. His concern for fellow human beings cuts all barriers of colour, caste and creed fact which is substantiated by his brain-child, the Global Hospital & Research Centre, Mt. Abu.