Ladnun - Jain Vishva Bharati - Trip To Spirituality [25] 3rd IPMC - Last Day Morning Function

Published: 22.01.2005
Updated: 15.02.2008

Early morning up to 10.00h a.m. proceeded like the previous days. Then all of us gathered in the big function hall where H.H. Acharya Mahaprajna used to give his morning lectures at this time. This morning we were asked to express our thoughts on the camp in presence of Acharyashree publicly.

The cameras of Jain TV were positioned, and so we were, men on the left, women on the right. In the middle of the stage - as usual - Acharya Mahaprajna and Yuvacharya Mahashraman were sitting cross-legged on two tablelike seats of different height, Yuvacharya Mahashraman ji's a little lower than Acharya Mahaprajna ji's. On their left side they were flanked by some Munis, on their right by Sadhvi Pramukha Kanakprabha, sitting on a chair, herself flanked by several Sadhvis. The other Munis, Sadhvis and Samanis were sitting in a well organised group among the public, separated in men and women, everyone of them taking care to occupy as little space as possible.

The Russian group was seated together, separate from the other participants as they were provided with translation from Hindi to Russian.

Munishree Kishan Lal addressing the public with specially referring to the discipline of the participants in the Russian group he had advised.

Yuvacharya Mahashraman gave his blessings.

Acharya Mahaprajna expressed the hope that the participants will integrate meditation into their everyday life and share their knowledge on how to live sensefully and harmoniously a spiritual life.

Sidhraj Bhandari, president of Jain Vishva Bharati, thanked the participants for their disciplined classification into the given schedule. He said that it was a pleasure to take care for so many international guests on the campus of Jain Vishva Bharati Ladnun and expressed the hope that everybody felt happy during the stay. In case of any inconvenience he asked for forgiveness.

The Russsian organiser translated what a participant expressed from Russian to Hindi language

Emil Bagirov (right) participating with his students in the IPMC was greatful for the spiritual guidance he had enjoyed during the camp.

Ben Shah from London felt inspired to give some time more daily for meditation and exercises. He gave an eulogy on Preksha Meditation.

Karuna & Aparigraha Jain from Berlin, Germany, were asked by the organisers to address the public in German language. Aparigraha expressed in German language how he was touched and inspired by the camp and how happy he felt about this, Karuna translated his statement into English language. Both intend to share their experiences with their western fellows by continuous work on the publication of Jain ethical values in HereNow4U and the instruction of Preksha Meditation in Germany.

Paulo Soukup originally from Brasil, living for the last ten years in Barcelona, Spain, was happy to have come into touch with Preksha Meditation and intends to continue with meditation.

Mario from Italy thanked the organisers for accepting him as participant.

Some participants were honoured on this occasion.

Lateron we were told that the whole session was transmitted by TV all over India.

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  1. Acharya
  2. Acharya Mahaprajna
  3. Aparigraha
  4. Aparigraha Jain
  5. Berlin
  6. Discipline
  7. Emil Bagirov
  8. HereNow4U
  9. IPMC
  10. Jain Vishva Bharati
  11. Jain Vishva Bharati Ladnun
  12. Karuna
  13. Ladnun
  14. London
  15. Mahashraman
  16. Meditation
  17. Munis
  18. Preksha
  19. Preksha Meditation
  20. Sadhvi
  21. Sadhvi Pramukha
  22. Sadhvi Pramukha Kanakprabha
  23. Sadhvis
  24. Samanis
  25. Sidhraj Bhandari
  26. Space
  27. Yuvacharya
  28. Yuvacharya Mahashraman
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