Transport and Travel Wing

TTW is one of the service wings of Rajayoga Education and Research Foundation - a sister concern of the Prajapita Brahmakumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya.

The wing is actively involved in the field of spiritual education for value-based progress in the transport, travel and tourism sectors. With the understanding that human resource is the key building block of any system, the wing helps people associated with these sectors realize their true inner potential and harness it for high quality of service and holistic progress.

The wing engages with various stakeholders like personnel, proprietors, government departments (e.g. RTO, traffic police, railways, tourism dept) and also the general public who are pedestrians or motorists including children and youth. It engages people into dialogue, discovery and application of spirituality through various means like lectures, workshops, conferences, residential programmes, seminars and exhibitions.


TTW is one among the 18 wings of the RERF. Each of these wings work voluntarily with people from specific sectors like education, medicine, administration, politics and defence to explore, demonstrate and disseminate how practical application of spirituality can bring sustained success and holistic development for individuals, teams and organizations.

Brahma Kumaris

This international organization popularly known as 'Brahmakumaris' imparts spiritual education particularly the art of Rajyoga meditation in more than 130 countries through its network of over 8,500 centres. It was formally founded in the year 1937 to re-establish moral, human and spiritual values in the present world.

PBKIVV is a Non-Governmental Organisation in general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations and in consultative status with UNICEF. It is also the recipient of seven UN Peace Messenger awards.

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"Time is calling us, the world is calling us and if you listen, your own voice is calling you...Look at the present situation of the world...Be willing to let go of the past and change...When we change, the world changes."

Dadi Janki, Administrative Head - Brahmakumaris