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BK Mohiniben of Madhuban & Sister Jayanti's Dad Dead

Post17 Oct 2016

The old guard of BKism are dropping like flies. It seems none of them were 84 "complete" souls after all.

BK Mohiniben of Madhuban, aka "Beachball Mohini" (to differentiate her from merely "Big Mohini" of New York) is Dead.

Readers might remember just recently the Brahma Kumaris spent a relative fortune, or used up extensive medical services, to cut huge swathes of fat from off her. Her nickname "Beachball" being related to her shape and size, as in as wide and she was tall.

Laughably for a nation with extensive child death through malnurishment and actual starvation problems, Sister Mohiniben was the Chairperson of Rural Development Wing.

Apparently the god spirit of the Brahma Kumaris wanted her to continue on the work of the BKs in a new body, in her next life ...
BK Mohiniben of Madhuban Left Her Body

7 September 2016

To the jewels of the rosary in Bharat and foreign lands,

Dear respected Dadi Jankiji and our Brahmin family,

Please accept hearty Godly love and remembrances from Ahmedabad.

We have been keeping you informed about Mohinibenji’s health. She has proved to be the embodiment of endurance but as per drama it seems Avyakt BapDada wish for her to continue her services in a new costume.

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This is to inform our spiritual family that Mohinibenji of Madhuban has flown to the Subtle Region to be in Avyakt BapDada's company, at 8.45am (India time) on Wednesday, 7 September 2016.

Salutations to our beloved divine Sister for her heroic role played all along from the age of 12 till date. May Avyakt BapDada shower her with all blessings!!

All Sisters and Brothers are requested to observe silence. The body will be shifted to Shantivan today, and cremation will be carried out on Friday, 9 September 2016 at 10am. Those who would like to come and pay tribute personally to this special soul may do so, as we join the soul on its final journey.

In Baba’s loving Yaad,

Brother BK Nirwair

Madhuban

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Re: BK Mohiniben of Madhuban and Sr Jayanti's Dad Dead

Post17 Oct 2016

In the same month, Sister Jayanti Kirpalani's Father, financier of her and the BKs' early Western expansion, also died aged 92.

They claim Murli Kirpalani was a BK for 35 years which would pitch his coming into Gyan in 1981.

This is absolutely not true. I was around at that time and knew his face well.

Murli never a real BK in our time. He never accepted it despite being acquainted with Lekhraj Kirpalani in real life. He never signed up full time and did not follow principles ... but he was good for some money and donated a nice property to them and so was accepted as a supportive hang around. His wife was a BK and, like so many, she got her teenage daughter Jayanti into it. And the rest is history. BK London started and BKism spread like a virus through the Western world.

One of less spoken about episodes in their lives is how when he had financial difficulties, Jayanti chucked the women living in the Richmond Centre out (he had given the property to the BKs as Jayanti's "dowry" present) and gave it back to him to use to raise finances.

A bit hypocritical when they have fought in the courts to keep properties donated by non-Kirpalani's when they have demanded them back.

In their usual mealy-mouthed whitewashed version, the BKs claim that in 2001, after the death of his wife and Jayanti's mother Rajniben he then "became a dedicated member of the Brahma Kumaris community and lived in London and the Global Retreat Centre in Oxford".

Personally speaking, I would have to pressume he did not really but that is just their way of saying Jayanti looked after her dad on the BKs' coin, as he had given to them ... and they were going to get the rest of his estate when he died.

Or did they?

Did it all go to Jayanti personally, or to be split between Jayanti and her Brother who was not BK-friendly?

Funnily enough, supporting the ageing in-laws of BKs is not a service the BKs offer widely ... indeed, supporting ageing BKs is not a even service the BKs offer widely ... which is why I call them the "Kirpalani Klan" and suggest that "The Family" is a lot smaller than they portray it to be, especially to newcomers that they want to inspire to sacrifice everything to them.
Murli Dada has flown to Baba

1 Septermber 2016

Dear Centre Coordinators,

News of Murli Dadi, London

Greetings of love. This is to give you the news that Murli Dada of London, Baba’s child for 35 years, flew into Baba’s lap on the morning of 29 August. He was aged 92. For the last two weeks of his life, he had been staying in Diamond House, in the company of Dadi Janki, and Dadi was there to honour his life and say goodbye to him before his departure.

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Murli Dada was born in Hyderabad, Sindh, in 1923. He grew up in a household amongst 30 cousins – his Father shared a home with six other Brothers and their families.

Dada Lekhraj (Brahma Baba) was their lokik cousin and a frequent visitor to the home. Dada worked in the textiles trade in Indo-China and later Ghana and Nigeria and settled in London in 1957 with his family, Sr Rajni and their daughter Sr Jayanti and son Haresh. Rajniben had followed Baba’s teachings since March 1957. The family moved to a flat in Clarendon Court, Willesden in 1970. It was here that in 1971 they hosted the first delegation of five senior yogis from Madhuban, which included Dadi Sheel Indra, Brs Jagdish and Ramesh, Didi Nirmala and Sr Rosie, who came with the aim of establishing a centre in London. Dada was responsible for providing the Yagya with its first tape recorder in 1964. He was instrumental in setting up the UK charity, and in supporting Baba’s work in the UK and abroad.

In 2001, after the ground-breaking ceremony for Diamond House, his life partner, Rajniben, passed away in London. He then became a dedicated member of the Brahma Kumaris community and lived in London and, for the past three years, the Global Retreat Centre in Oxford.

The final rites will take place at Global Co-operation House on Friday 2 September at 10.30am. Departure for Golders Green Crematorium will be at 11.30am, and the Funeral Ceremony will take place at 12 noon.

There will also be a Memorial Service on Wednesday 7 September at 7pm at Global Co-operation House.

We continue to send our loving thoughts and vibrations filled with good wishes to the soul of Murli Dada and all the family.

With love and regards,
In Baba’s Yaad,
BK Jayanti


31 August 2016

Dear Jewels,

Greetings of love.

Thanks for everyone's support and love, it has been very moving to feel each one's sympathy and kindness.

The funeral arrangements for Murli Dada have taken a bit of time since the GP is in Oxford and so there has been a bit of a delay.

However the formalities are now complete and the funeral arrangements are as follows:

The corporeal form to come to Diamond House reception area at 10.30am on Friday 2nd September

Departure for Golders Green crematorium at 11.30am

Funeral Ceremony at 12noon

Thanks for each one's co-operation,

In Baba's sweet Yaad,
BK Jayanti

29 August 2016

Dear Jewels of the Brahmin Clan,

Greetings of love from London.

For the last few weeks Murli Dada has been in London, taking much benefit from Dadi's Janki's presence in Diamond House.

Murli Dada has not been well for the last little while especially. Murli Dada has been staying in Diamond House Room Number One and this morning at around 10.30am Murli Dada became unconscious suddenly and within a short while the soul flew to Baba's lap. Dadi Janki was resting in the next room and so it is amazing that the soul flew to Baba in Dadi Janki's presence.

This evening we will be having special meditation from 7.00-8.00pm especially for Murli Dada.

The body will be taken the to the mortuary in a few hours and we will let the family know of the funeral arrangements as soon as things are finalised.

The soul has accumulated much punya karma during his lifetime and is surrounded with everyone's loving good wishes and blessings at this time.

With much love.

In Baba's sweet Yaad,

BK Janki and BK Jayanti
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Re: BK Mohiniben of Madhuban & Sister Jayanti's Dad Dead

Post17 Oct 2016

For those who knew him, Renaud Russeil, one of the first BK in France, and here, also died.

No "pass mark" for him then either?
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Re: BK Mohiniben of Madhuban & Sister Jayanti's Dad Dead

Post18 Oct 2016

Two Australian BKs to add to the list of those chosen ones who've died recently:

BK Mala (nee Melinda Jane Hewitt) and Helen Quirin. Mel was originally from Melbourne and became BK in the very late 70s or 1980.

I am pretty sure Helen was originally from Queensland, who became a BK with her then husband Richard (a.k.a. German Richard) in 1980-81 (?), and both ”fully surrendered” and were split up as a couple to be posted to different centres. Richard left the BKs sometime after the turn of the millenium (I think).

Helen and Mala had both been in the Djakarta centre in Indonesia for over 20 years . Mala died of lung cancer about 3-4 weeks ago, and about a week ago Helen also died from a lung disease, not sure if cancer. Djakarta’s air is foul. It appears the canopy of Baba’s protection is vulnerable to physical realities.

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Re: BK Mohiniben of Madhuban & Sister Jayanti's Dad Dead

Post18 Oct 2016

he was never a real BK, he was just jayantis dad!
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Post18 Oct 2016

Precisely, Mr Green. Thank you for saying that.

You'll remember Murli, Pink?

I just noticed that he's be elevated to the status of a "Dada".

To the best of my knowledge, he never even taught the course once to any student and most certainly did not give spiritual classes. I cannot even remember him doing meditation ... so it appears money alone buys you a ticket in Heaven ... or will she tell us next that he has reincarnated as a BK in his next life and come back and complete the other 3 subjects?

It's all just whitewashing to explain why her dad got looked after for free by the BKs but no other BKs parents have or will be.

And did she take time off to look after him, or did she outsource primary care for the elderly to cheap immigrant workforce, aka surrended BK Sisters?

If anyone has any more information about his last period, I'd be very interested to know.

My memory of him, beyond being a 'cash point' for the cult, was as a driver for his wife. He always seems to have a kind of nervous/embarrassed smile and BKs kind of looked down upon because he "did not get it".

He wasn't a proper "realised" BK.
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Post18 Oct 2016

Just before I left, he had become elderly and needed looking after.

Obviously Jayanti, was too important for that, so he was moved into diamond house/GCH and was waited on and carried everywhere and had to wear white.

It was Dadi Janki who named him Murli Dada.

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