Posted: 18.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Bolaram is the suburb of Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh. There resides the family of Kanamalji Sancheti. This family has a keen faith in the Terapanth Order. Kanamalji has four sons. The name of the third son is Ashok. He looks after a factory twenty-five km, away from Bolaram. He would always leave home early in the morning and return at night. And this had become his routine. One day, somebody told...
Posted: 18.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
In those days Sadhvi Hulasaji was in feldasar, a village near Momasar. Sadhvi Kamaluji (Ujjain) and Bhikanji (Sujangarh) went for alms. In their Way there was a buffalo. Having seen the white clothes of the nuns, it ran behind them. They looked for shelter but found no place. When they moved further, they saw a stone platform and they sat on it, but the buffalo was still chasing them. The nuns were very scared...
Posted: 17.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Sadhvi Rajimatiji and Sadhvi phool kumariji along with the other nuns were going to Bhojasar from Padihara. The sky was overcast. There was thunder and lightning and soon it started raining heavily. The nuns looked around for shelter. They found nothing but a tree under which they stood and very soon there was hailstorm. The nuns waited there for a long time but the rain got heavier and did not seem to subside...
Posted: 17.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
That time Sadhvi Rajimatiji was on tour to Bihar. Once, she stopped at the railway station. The station master gave them one room which was full of luggage. It was around 4 o’clock, all the nuns were busy in Pratilekhan. Sadhvi Manakumariji was sitting near a big and heavy iron cupboard. Suddenly, it started falling down. Sadhvi Manakumariji got frightened, but she kept on chanting the Mantra ‘Om...
Posted: 16.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Somnath Jain, a resident of Sangarur, is faithful and determined devotee. In April 1995, he went to Delhi in order to attend the wedding celebration of his relative. He crossed halfway by truck and the rest by bus. He remembered well that he had sat in the bus but he was not aware of what happened after that. How did he fall down? He was hospitalised in Delhi but who took him there and why? He remained...
Posted: 16.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Acharya Shree Tulsi was on his way to Marwar from Mewar. After celebrating the Maryada Mahotsava in Bhilwara. For entering Marwar, one has to cross a dangerous valley. On the same route many families were with Acharya Shree and Ganeshmalji Chajjer from Devagarh was one of them. His luggage was being carried by a bullock-cart. It was biting cold and by mistake all the blankets were left behind, except one. There...
Posted: 15.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
After completing the Chaturmas in Madras, Sadhvi Jayshreeji and her group proceeded towards Bandavasi. Many of the devotees lived there. As soon as they went to know about their arrival, all the devotees went to welcome them. Champalalji Mootha was one of them. He requested the nuns “Don’t keep fast tomorrow because you have to walk twenty-five km” All the nuns said, “Though we always...
Posted: 15.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Jaichandlalji Dosi belongs to Sardarshahar but nowadays, for business purpose, he lives in Calcutta. His whole family is very religious and has a keen faith in Swamiji. For the last few years the family had been facing very hard time. Once, his wife fell seriously ill and the doctors could not diagnose her nor could any of the doctors cure her ailments. Due to lack of proper treatment her condition continued to...
Posted: 14.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
While travelling in Maharashtra, Sadhvi Rayakanwarji (Sardarshahar) went to Sevagram to stay in the Ashram of Vinobaji. In those days Chamanbhai Jain belonging to Murti poojak sect (Icon-worshipping sect) lived there. He showed a room to the nuns for their dwelling. In the afternoon, some students who were not familiar with the nuns came there. They talked with the nuns, learnt about the religion and prepared...
Posted: 14.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Kesinga is a town in Orissa. Near it is a small village called Uttakala. Khemchandji Jain lived there. He had a son named Vinod. He was 21 years old. His mother was eagerly waiting for his marriage, and his father expected that his educated son will earn a lot of money. One day, suddenly Vinod suffered severe headache and had to lie down. His mother applied various treatments but all were in vain. More...

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