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Who is a Good Kid? One who who afraid from sin. One who avoid bad company. One who follows good behavior. One who always speak truth. One who never say bad words. One who never hide his mistake. One who never try to cheat others. One who awake early in the morning. One who complete his work on time. One who is humble towards his parents & teachers. One who always remain neat & clean.
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By Acharya Tulsi
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Who is a Good Kid? One who who afraid from sin. One who avoid bad company. One who follows good behavior. One who always speak truth. One who never say bad words. One who never hide his mistake. One who never try to cheat others. One who awake early in the morning. One who complete his work on time. One who is humble towards his parents & teachers. One who always remain neat & clean.
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By Acharya Tulsi
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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.
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: 11.05.2004
By Acharya Mahaprajna
This concise but informative volume outlines and delineates some of the basic teachings of Mahavira as are relevant to the real understanding of economics. Economics is the science of economic prosperity and the limitation of wealth is the science of peace.
Posted on: 01.09.2010
By Acharya Mahaprajna
Ecstasy is not a subject of articulation for a gardener who sees his garden full of trees and plants laden with verdure, flowers and fruits, or for an artist who sees his idea getting form on the canvas, or for a visionary who sees his dreams getting realized, through his own efforts. For a long time, I had been visualizing that the critical editing of the Jain scriptures be undertaken and the laborious moments...
Posted on: 02.07.2012
By Acharya Tulsi, C.L. Talesara, Dr. Satkari Mookerjee, Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi, John Ferguson, Kenneth Oldfield, Sadhvi Pramukha Mahashramani Kanakprabha, W. Norman Brown, Walther Schubring, Yuvacharya Mahaprajna
The book is designed in a manner that is likely to give to its readers a good introduction to all that the Acharya stands for. The many facets of his almost magnetic and many-splendoured personality are revealed in the very first section. No words can fully encompass the richness and depth contained in his person. However, readers will note how people from different walks of life and of vastly dissimilar...
Posted on: 20.07.2012
By Dr. Kumarpal Desai
The volume comprises life stories of Sadhus, Sadhvis, Shravaks and Shravikas, the four pillars of Jain religion. They have been delineated in as authentic a manner as possible and in a very gripping style. They highlight the contribution of the great, heroic figures of Jain religion. The pen of Dr. Kumarpal Desai and the illustrations of artist Shri Ashok Shaha (Padma putra) have combined to enhance the value...
Posted on: 10.11.2015
By Dr. Natubhai Shah
Jainism is the oldest extant religion in Eurasia but it is the least known in the West. Although its teachings are as relevant in our own day as they were in the days of Mahavira who revived it more than two and half millennia ago, why this should be is almost certainly due to its small number of adherents in India: four millions plus (Jain leaders estimate twelve million and claim that it was much larger in...
Posted on: 06.12.2010
By Dr. Andrea Luithle-Hardenberg, Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh, Dr. C.S. Vasudevan, Dr. Choodamani Nandagopal, Dr. Eva De Clercq, Dr. Geeta Mehta, Dr. Iravatham Mahadevan, Dr. Jérôme Petit, Dr. Kokila Shah, Dr. Mahavir Raj Gelra, Dr. Nalini Joshi, Dr. Navneet Kumar Jain, Dr. Peter Flügel, Dr. Shanti Swaroop Sinha, Dr. phil. Gabriele R. Helmer, Eva-Maria Glasbrenner, K.M. Suresh, Manish Modi, Prof. Dr. A. Ekambaranathan, Prof. Dr. Adelheid Mette, Prof. Dr. Aloka Parasher-Sen, Prof. Dr. D.N. Bhargava, Prof. Dr. Johannes Bronkhorst, Prof. Dr. John Cort, Prof. Dr. Kamal Chand Sogani, Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn, Prof. Dr. Maruti Nandan P. Tiwari, Prof. Dr. Nalini Balbir, Prof. Dr. Phyllis Granoff, Prof. Dr. Rajaram Jain, Prof. Dr. Ramprakash Poddar, Prof. Dr. Shrinivas Ritti, Prof. Dr. Willem Bollée, Prof. Sagarmal Jain
SVASTI - Essays in Honour of Prof. Hampa Nagarajaiah for his 75th birthday 2010. Edited by Prof.Dr. Nalini Balbir.