Jain Vidya (1)

Posted: 11.02.2016
Updated on: 17.12.2017


About Part 1:

Childhood is the golden period of life. In this period, whatever impressions are imprinted on our minds, they have their lasting (Sanskar) effect on our future life. If there is integration of good company and good reading material, then the impressions on the child would be pure and serene. If the above mentioned two basis of good impresions are not in  children, then they will remain “Sanskarless”. Today’s students are living examples before us. Due to lack of spiritual and moral education, values like humbleness, generosity and discipline are deteriorating day by day. So the most important task is to put an effort to inculcate good values in the child. As the life of a child would be, it will be reflected in the society and the nation. It is a matter of immense pleasure that the attention of entire nation is towards this.

It is not a secret  for those who are interested in tattvagyan (right knowledge) that Jain philosophy and its literature  is a unique part of  the rich Indian culture. Its teachings on one hand lead towards the path of renuciation and penance, on the other hand its great utility in building up of the good life of citizens is well known. The principles of Jain philosophy are wide, broad-minded and universal, so it teaches the science of living to entire humanity. Therefore it is very essential to present it in today’s language and literature. Under the guidance of Gurudeva Shri Tulsi, the Saman Sanskriti Sankaya, one of the branches of Jain Vishva Bharati has played an important role in publishing Jain Vidya books.

The present book on Jaina Vidya Praveshika is prescribed  for the first year students.  Muni Sumermal “Sudarshan” deserves gratitude  for the compilation work undertaken by him.


Jain Vidya (1)


Muni Sumermal (Sudarshan)

20th Edition:




Translated by:

Dr. Samani Shashi Pragya

Published by:

Samana Sanskriti Sankaya, Jain Vishwa Bharati, Ladnun

HN4U Online Edition:

Jain Vidya (1)


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