Sr Jayanti
Personal Resumé (Short Version)
Sister Jayanti, the Additional Administrative Head of The Brahma Kumaris

Sister Jayanti is the Additional Administrative Head of The Brahma Kumaris, the world’s largest spiritual organisation to be led by women. She is a spiritual teacher, much sought after international public speaker, author and a visionary leader guided by spiritual values and principles.

Sister Jayanti embodies a unique blend of Eastern wisdom and Western education and culture; imparting the deepest spiritual truths with the utmost clarity. Her prominent speaking themes include leadership, environment & climate change, women´s empowerment; health & well-being, racial harmony, interreligious friendship and global peace.

In these critical times in which humanity is facing up to the challenges of change, her message invites each of us to embody a positive vision of a brighter world. Her spiritual knowledge, inner peace and radiant love have inspired millions across the globe to empower themselves to make changes to their lives.

The Brahma Kumaris is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) of the United Nations, accredited with General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Sister Jayanti has been the organisation's representative to the UN in Geneva since 1982. She has championed the co-operative role of spiritual organisations in creating a just and peaceful world; and has brought spiritual principles to the discussion tables of politicians, economists, business leaders, scientists and nearly every stakeholder of our times.

She spends a proportion of her year at the International Headquarters of The Brahma Kumaris at Mt Abu, Rajasthan, India. She is otherwise based in London at the International Coordinating Office, Global Co-operation House, UK, where she is the Regional Director for Europe and the Middle East and the CEO for The Brahma Kumaris UK.

Some Key Global Speaking Engagements (2020 onwards)


  • Towards a loving world, leadership and governance for well-being
  • Leading from within.
  • Future thinking for a world re-imagined.
  • Feminine and indigenous leadership for a sustainable world.
  • Feminine leadership in times of climate emergency.
  • Turning the tide.
  • Triumph of principle and vision - living the legacy of Mandela and Dadi Janki.

Meditation & Consciousness

  • Ancient wisdom, modern solutions.
  • Interview: The soul and the self.
  • Interview: A meeting of meditative minds
  • Discovering yourself.
  • The role of consciousness in transformation: women leading the way.
  • Interview. Nation wants to know.
  • Seeing light through the dark: exploring the light of generosity, prosperity and spirit (GPS).
  • Consciousness: spiritual perspective.
  • Essential divinity.
  • Shaping peace together.
  • The spiritual consciousness to have at this time to work together better and deal with the critical human rights and environmental situation.
  • Meditating for the planet.

Environment & Climate Change

  • Q&A with Dr Jem Bendell, Deep Adaptation Forum
  • Climate justice.
  • Healthy minds, healthy planet.
  • Human rights and ethics in the field of adaptation and resilience: building trust.
  • Ethics and values in the environment.
  • Planet and profit can co-exist.
  • Small island, indigenous, youth and faith perspectives.
  • Making choices that care for ourselves and the planet.
  • Interview.  ION TV (Sky 782) by Manish Tiwari (Here&Now365, London).
  • Flourishing futures - nourishing biodiversity now.

Women's Empowerment

  • Leading from within: a conversation for contemporary women leaders.
  • Feminine power, powerful change.
  • Role of women in values-based leadership.
  • Visionary leadership and the qualities of the feminine.
  • Peacebuilding: women making a difference.
  • Women as peacemakers.
  • 1325, 20 Years After: Women-Peace-Security.
  • Emerging Shakti for current times.

Health & Well-being

  • Hope and resilience: the need of the hour.
  • Healing a World in Crisis: Leading with authenticity and love.
  • Dealing with difficult emotions.
  • Build inner resilience, empower your life.
  • The turning point for optimism.
  • Mind-body matters.
  • Meditation for medics.
  • Honouring life - hope, purpose and newness.
  • Health in mind.
  • Everything is going to be okay.
  • Honouring life - facing the effects of the loss of loved ones.
  • Spiritual challenges of Corona.
  • Harnessing your potential in the midst of crisis.
  • Ask the Masters - solutions to everyday problems.
  • Inner stability-safety-support in difficult times.
  • Spirituality in society.

Interreligious Friendship

  • Meditation and peacebuilding: learnings and opportunities
  • Women's leadership in troubled times: a dialogue across culture and religion.
  • Interview: The compassion network.
  • Faith in action: only one earth.
  • Is faith being left out of COP26?
  • Interview. COP26. Organised by WWF.
  • Nature+Zone, Non-violence, climate change and world religion.
  • Interfaith gathering in Spirit of Talanoa dialogue.
  • Prayer and meditation for a beneficial COP26.
  • Climate and nature: the role of faith-based organisations in securing an equitable, net zero emissions and nature positive world for all.
  • Ethics and values in the environment. Faith for Nature: Multifaith Action.
  • Hope for the future.
  • Love in the Abrahamic Tradition.