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Indo American News Samani Vikas Pragya ji (left) and Samani Maryada Pragya ji at the JVB Preksha Center in Houston By Jawahar Malhotra 21.04.2016, HOUSTON: Seated cross-legged on quilted sheets folded into squares on the hard tile floor, the two young women were draped in simple white cotton sarees, with their heads covered and a twice-folded cotton handkerchief in one hand held close to their mouths in the...
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The Times Of India 20.04.2016, Nashik: The prevailing drought situation in the state has turned festivals and religious functions into opportunities to provide a helping hand to the parched areas. While celebrating Mahaveer Jayanti on Tuesday, Jain Social Group and Jain Seva Sangh in Nashik resolved to adopt 10 remote villages in tribal belt of Nashik district for the next two months. These social organisations...
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By Pravin K. Shah
Hinduwebsite.com Jain religion puts a significant emphasis on the thought process of a human being. A person's behavior and his actions are the reflection of his internal thoughts, day in and day out. It is not the action but intention behind the action results in the accumulation of Karma. One should be very careful about his thoughts, how he thinks, and the subject matter of his thought. To make room for pure...
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Ahimsa Times JAIN TEMPLES WORLD'S TALLEST IDOL OF JAIN TEERTHANKAR LORD RISHABHDEVA TO BE SANCTIFIED February 11, 2016: Nashik: The world’s tallest idol of Lord Rishabhdeva, the first Teerthankar of Jains, carved out of a single rock at the twin pinnacled peak of Mangi Tungi near Teharabad village of Baglan tehsil in Nashik district is will sanctified on February 11, 2016 in the presence of lakhs of followers...
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Assam Times Submitted by AT Kokrajhar Bureau on Tue, 29/03/2016 Shantidoot Acharya Shri Mahashraman, chief of Jainism has clarion called of peace and unity among society is the only to keep sustainable of development and people’s welfare in the world. Acharya Shri Mahashraman, who has footstepped along with his followers and sadhus in Kokrajhar, heart administration of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) in...
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The Times Of India Bhavika Jain & Hemali Chhapia | TNN | Mar 28, 2016, 09.30 AM IST MUMBAI: Students of the prestigious School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, through a crowd funding campaign, have managed to save Prakrit classes from being discontinued for the 2016-2017 academic year. SOAS is the only college in the UK to offer the course. Prakrit, like Sanskrit, is no longer...
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The Huffington Post Shailesh Andrade / Reuters Holi is the Hindu festival of colors, celebrating the onset of spring. Holi (also known as Dol Jatra , Basantotsav ) is the Hindu festival of colors . It is celebrated at the end of the winter season, on the last full moon day of the lunar month Phalguna . In 2016, Holi falls on March 23-24. Holi is observed with great fanfare by Hindus all over the world, with...
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Assam Times Submitted by Hantigiri Narzary on Mon, 21/03/2016 - 23:37 A massive prepraration has got underway to accord warm welcome highness shantidoot Acharya Shri Mahashraman, chief of Jainism in Kokrajhar, who is entering the state of Assam through Srirampur on March 24 on the part of Ahinsa Yatra. Addressing the reporters, Samani Vineet Pragya and Samani Jagath Pragya, organiser and office bearer of Jain...
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The Huffington Post 03/14/2016 06:10 pm ET Getty Although Albert Einstein is best known for his scientific achievements, his personal writings also reveal a good deal of wonder about the possibility of a higher power. Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 to a secular Jewish family in Germany. Although he experienced a short burst of religiosity when he was 12 -- composing songs in praise of God and keeping...
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The Hindu Newspaper A 108—feet tall idol of Lord Rishabhdeva, the first Teerthankar of Jains, carved out of a single rock, has entered the “Guinness World Records” as the world’s tallest Jain statue. The impressive statue is located atop Mangi Tungi mountain near Teharabad village of Baglan tehsil in this North Maharashtra district. The idol was consecrated last month during a grand ceremony where...
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The Times Of India Chaitanya Deshpande | TNN | Mar 2, 2016, 03.39 PM IST Nashik: The first 'mahamastakabhisheka' ritual of the record 108-ft tall idol of lord Rishabhnatha in Mangi Tungi entered in its final phase on Tuesday. The darshan and abhishek facility would now be open for common visitors until March 6. "Many devotees could not register for the religious event due to various reasons. Those wanting to...
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By Dr. Pankaj Jain
India Abroad Mahatma’s Mantra to Save the Planet Pankaj Jain believes the Gandhian principle of non-violence is the panacea for all ecological ills. An eminent scholar recently came to our university campus and spoke about the role of diverse religious communities of the world and their attitudes toward the environment. He showed examples from indigenous communities of North America, South America, Africa,...
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