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Posting since: 24.06.2015
By Jethalal S. Zaveri, Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar
There is a timeless chasm existing between religion I philosophy and science. This has prevented each of them to be benefited by mutual interaction. The book is an humble attempt to bridge the chasm. According to Jainism , one of the oldest living religions and philosophies, karma is a psychophysical force of cyclic nature, i.e., it is the fruition of the past karma, which causes bondage of new karma...
Posting since: 13.05.2015
By Shrimad Yashovijayji Upadhyay
The life and missions of Bhagawan Shri Mahavira has been of boundless inspiration to thousands and millions of people all these years. The whole life span of Bhagawan Shri Mahavira has been full of significant events which led to Nirvana. It is this great spirit of thought and action, full of benevolence and compassion, that had to be captured and transformed in a book form; a captivating panorama etched out...
Posting since: 02.05.2015
By Prof. Dr. Lawrence A. Babb
What does it mean to worship beings that one believes are completely indifferent to, and entirely beyond the reach of, any form of worship whatsoever? How would such a relationship with sacred beings affect the religious life of a community? Using these questions as his point of departure, Lawrence A. Babb explores the ritual culture of image-worshipping Svetambar Jains of the western Indian states of Gujarat...

Online Books: Top 10 (24.06.2015 - 01.07.2015)

Posting since: 24.06.2015
By Jethalal S. Zaveri, Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar
There is a timeless chasm existing between religion I philosophy and science. This has prevented each of them to be benefited by mutual interaction. The book is an humble attempt to bridge the chasm. According to Jainism , one of the oldest living religions and philosophies, karma is a psychophysical force of cyclic nature, i.e., it is the fruition of the past karma, which causes bondage of new karma...
Posted on: 30.09.2009
By Dr. Vidhyasagar Singh, Prof. Dr. Sohan Raj Tater
Intensive Commentary on Knowledge Concept (w.r.t. Eastern and Western Philosophy). In this book Commentary is written on knowledge concept defined in Eastern and Western Philosophies. Knowledge obtained from wisdom is considered undoubtful and true. Wisdom is essence of person’s mental life.
Posting since: 02.05.2015
By Prof. Dr. Lawrence A. Babb
What does it mean to worship beings that one believes are completely indifferent to, and entirely beyond the reach of, any form of worship whatsoever? How would such a relationship with sacred beings affect the religious life of a community? Using these questions as his point of departure, Lawrence A. Babb explores the ritual culture of image-worshipping Svetambar Jains of the western Indian states of Gujarat...
Posting since: 13.05.2015
By Shrimad Yashovijayji Upadhyay
The life and missions of Bhagawan Shri Mahavira has been of boundless inspiration to thousands and millions of people all these years. The whole life span of Bhagawan Shri Mahavira has been full of significant events which led to Nirvana. It is this great spirit of thought and action, full of benevolence and compassion, that had to be captured and transformed in a book form; a captivating panorama etched out...
Posted on: 15.08.2008
By Acharya Mahaprajna
A man's life-style is conditioned by his thinking, which also forms the basis of his physical constitution, his method of working and the evolution of his personality. He becomes what he desires to be. His disposition, morality and conduct are also influenced by his thought. According to the celebrated scientist, Carl Simontone, the impact of positive thinking is astounding. It is, therefore, most desirable...
Posted on: 10.02.2009
By Dr. Mahavir Raj Gelra
Present book is written with a basic conviction that Acharya Mahapragya is a Super Intelligent human whose discourses and writings are based on the knowledge imparted by Lord Mahavira who was a Super Human Intelligence. Acharys Mahapregya is a living encyclopaedia of Jain teachings. In addition, he holds command on Ancient Indian Philosophy, Modern Psychology and contemporary Scientific Principles. He has...
Posted on: 18.11.2008
By Prof. Dr. Sohan Raj Tater
The term karma is derived from the root 'krñ karaṇe' by adding the suffix 'manin' to the root and the common meanings of the term are - action, worth doing, implementation, duty, act, profession, tendency etc. So whatever is done falls under the category karma. The term karma stands for two different meanings viz.; action and the subtle aggregates of the karmic matter. All types of movements whether physical...
Posted on: 15.08.2008
By Dr. Paul Marett
Jainism is one of the world's oldest religions. Much of its early history is not known, or has come down to us in a form in which historical fact is difficult to distinguish from miraculous stories. However we do know that this ancient religion was passed on to us through the high spiritual genius of one of the greatest religious teachers of all time, Mahavira.
Posted on: 22.05.2015
By Acharya Mahapragya, Alexander F. Skutch, Amal D.Dhru, Bhupesh Chandra, D. C. Ahir, Dave Dellinger, Devdutt, Diwakar R.R., Doris A. Hunter, Dr. Bachh Raj Dugar, Dr. S. L. Gandhi, Dr. Samani Mangal Pragya, Frank Jerome D., Husain Eajaz, J.K. Mehta, Joseph Kuttiancial, Krishna Mallick, L.M. Bhole, Michael Warren Johnson, N. Satyanarayana, Nalin K.Shastree, Nirmal Kumar Bose, Prof. Dr. Kamal Chand Sogani, Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar, S.K. Kunalan, S.M. Tewari, Sharma J. N., Stella Maris, Sushma Virendra, Swami Tathagatananda, Theodor Ebert
"Nonviolence, relative Economics and A New Social Order" is an effort to explore various possibilities which can contribute to developing a consensus for practicing nonviolence in different fields of life and will go a long way in fulfilling the dream of peaceful world-order founded on the strong pillars of Ahimsa, Anekanta and Aparigraha. Nonviolence, Relative Economics and New Social Order, has now come to...
Posted on: 18.03.2004
By Acharya Tulsi
0 Introduction Bhagwana Mahavira (599 BC - 527 BC) was the propounder of the Jain religion, which is one of the oldest living religions of the world. It is not an offshoot of Hinduism or Buddhism, as has been misinterpreted by some scholars. Acharya Shri Tulsi, the author of the book, being an authority on the subject, has presented an authentic and historical account of Bhagawan Mahavira's life and philosophy...