Bhai Sahiba Bibiji Inderjit Kauris the Chief Minister of Sikh Dharma International and the wife of 62 years of Yogi Bhajan, PhD (1929-2004), also known as Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, the Chief Religious Authority of Sikh Dharma International. Affectionately known as Bibiji, to millions of Sikhs and yoga students around the globe, she is a revered “mother,” an ambassador good will, and harbinger of interfaith dialogue among religious and political leaders. She is a recipient of the honorific Panth Rattan or “Jewel of the Sikh Religion,” a meritorious title seldom granted, was given for the first time in history to a woman and to both husband and wife; spearheaded 3HO’s delegation to the Non-governmental Organizations (NGO) body of the United Nations; honored by the History Museum of New Mexico with photos in the main gallery; founder of Create Inner Peace for first responders; and sought as public speaker worldwide.
Bibiji has authored a number of books on Sikh educational principals, including theSiri Guru Granth Sahib Darshan, an intricate and esoteric description of the rags, poetry, and architectural design of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib; Psyche of the Soul, a translation of Jaapji Sahib; Psyche of the Golden Shield, translations of Shabads from the Amrit Kirtan; and Stories to Win the World from the lives of the Gurus and other saints, heros and givers; Living Reality, a question and answer book for Sikh youth; and most recently a new edition of A Taste of India, delicious recipes from her native cuisine.
Bibiji continues to travel as a Sikh missionary, sharing the teachings of the Gurus around the world. Bibiji resides in New Mexico and has three children and five grandchildren. (Note: BibiJi is an honorary teacher and participates as her health allows. Some camps she is not able to attend.)