He Honored with Education leaders Awards 2023 at Oxford University for Promoting India’s Ancient Raja Yoga
1st Indian to Achieve 177 World Records – Dr Dipak Harke, a renowned meditation trainer from Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya University, was recently honored with the Education leaders Awards 2023 at the Town Hall of Oxford University, England. The prestigious award was presented to Dr. Harke by Paul Evans, a well-known entrepreneur, in recognition of his exceptional efforts in spreading and promoting India’s ancient Raja Yoga. The event was graced by the presence of Brahmakumari Jayamini Didi from London’s Global Cooperation House.
Promoting India’s Ancient Raja Yoga:
Dr. Dipak Harke has dedicated his life to spreading awareness about Raja Yoga, an ancient Indian practice that focuses on spiritual development and self-realization. Through his teachings and initiatives, he has strived to make Raja Yoga accessible to people from all walks of life, regardless of their cultural or religious backgrounds.
1st Indian to Achieve 177 World Records
Dr. Harke’s commitment and achievements in promoting Raja Yoga have earned him numerous accolades and international recognition. He holds an impressive record of 177 world records, including creating the largest rangoli, greeting letter, newspaper, kite, postcard, inland letter, pamphlet, trophy, book, wedding bouquet, flower shivling, as well as the smallest rakhi, lotus, and badminton racket. These world records serve as a testament to his dedication and passion for spreading India’s rich cultural heritage.
In addition to the Education leaders Awards 2023, Dr. Harke has received several other notable honors. Forbes Magazine featured his work in the March 2020 issue titled “Modern India’s Game Changers,” highlighting his contributions to the field of Raja Yoga. He was also felicitated with the International Achievement Award in Calcutta by actress Raveena Tandon and received the International Glory Award in Goa from actress Madhuri Dixit.
Honors and Awards:
Dr. Dipak Harke’s efforts in promoting Raja Yoga have been recognized by various eminent personalities and organisations worldwide. He was honoured with the India Excellence Award in Bangalore by actress Bipasha Basu, the Indian Glory Award in Delhi by actress Urmila Matondkar, and the Indian Pride Award by actor Vivek Oberoi in Delhi. Actor Sunil Shetty presented him with the Signature Brand Award in Goa, and he was also honoured with the Bharat Award in Delhi by Union Jal Shakti Minister Shri Ratanlal Kataria.
Furthermore, Dr. Harke received the Bharat Gaurav Yuva Award 2021 in Delhi from Union Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs Shri Kaushal Kishore. His outstanding contributions were acknowledged internationally as well, with the International Glory Award 2021 presented by actor Sonu Sood in Goa.
Global Recognition and Peace Initiatives:
Dr. Dipak Harke’s efforts to spread peace and spiritual enlightenment have garnered global recognition. He was honored with the Global Peace Award by the Gandhi Peace Foundation in Kathmandu, Nepal, on the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation.
Additionally, Dr. Harke was felicitated with the India Thai Friendship Award in Bangkok by Thailand’s prominent entrepreneur Marisa Phenkwamphi and the Director-General of the National Institute for Education and Research, Dr. Abhiram Kulshrestha.
Dr. Dipak Harke’s relentless dedication and passion for promoting India’s ancient Raja Yoga have earned him numerous accolades and international recognition.