Posted: 17.02.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
My life embodied with ‘restraint, labour and simplicity is my message. I live life which is full of restraint. My aim is to reach to the top of restraint. I want to make some specific experiments in this direction. I wish to live life encompassed with work. So long as live, I should labour—this is my aspiration. Simplicity is the ornament of restraint. I obtain the assisting mode to live a...
Posted: 17.02.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
We are living in lok (cosmos) which is mostly referred to as a ' vishva ' or jagat . The question arises - What is a cosmos? During the Vedic age, Rishis pondered upon what the space is, how vast it is, etc. They became curious and tried to understand the space or cosmos. The Source of Knowledge Curiosity is the prime stimulator of knowledge. One, who does not have a quest for knowledge, will never strive for...
Posted: 16.02.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Great men are the pride of human race. Their personality is uni focussed and unified. Their message is undivided. They are the ideal for all. They have no race or caste, they have no country, and they have no community. However, they are being linked with race, country and community. And even so, their followers themselves divide them and separate camps are staged in the world. Jain people suppose that...
Posted: 16.02.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
Five Types of Aashrav The fifth tattva is aashrav which is the door for inflow of karma . It is fivefold - Mithyaatv - Perverted belief Avrat - Non-abstinence Pramaad - Reluctance for religious activity Kashaay - Passions like anger, ego etc. Yog - Physical, mental and verbal activityFive Types of Samvar The sixth Tattva is Samvar . Samvar means to stop the inflow of karma . It has five types - Samyaktv - Right...
Posted: 15.02.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
Jiva (sentient beings) and ajiva (non-sentient things) are the two fundamental realities of Jain metaphysics. This is a collective classification which can be further extended into nine divisions known as nine tattva as mentioned earlier - jiva, ajiva, punya, paap, aashrav, samvar, nirjara, bandh and moksha . In Tattvartha Sutra, punya and paap are not counted as independent elements, and thus the number...
Posted: 15.02.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
When a man takes a breath on the earth, the wave of revolutionary resplendent उत्क्रांति feeling are revealed in the world. A man puts footstep from the swing to the earth, the foundation of revolution is established. A person passes away and leaves such light by which the entire century is illuminated. On the other hand person passes away and in...
Posted: 14.02.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
It is the common phenomenon that rain tall is meagre in India. Opinion of the specialists differs from this fact. Their observation portrays that in view of rainfall, position of India is better than other countries of the world. The rainfall in the areas of India, which is prominently known as deserts, is much more than the middle west of America. Despite this fact, places like Jaisalmer are affected by famine...
Posted: 14.02.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
Nirjara : A Maxim of Progress What brings progress? Nirjara brings progress and achievement. For example, nirjara of gyaanaavarniya karma (knowledge-obscuring karma ) leads to achievement of knowledge. Nirjara of antaraay karma (hindrance producing karma ) helps in developing energy. Nirjara of mohaniya karma (deluding karma ) aids in attainment of bliss. Nirjara sheds the karmas , whereas samvar inhibits the...

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