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Posting since: 26.07.2015
By Samani Chaitya Pragya
In the field of philosophical investigation and Cognitive Psychology, knowledge of knowledge, knowledge about knowledge, knower of knowledge, process of knowledge and such other questions are eternal but never answered satisfactorily. Various theories have been speculated but no theory is found complete and self-satisfactory. Jain theory of knowledge is very ancient as well as of wide discipline . Jain...
Posting since: 13.07.2015
By Dr. Thomas Daffern
This declaration has arisen out the conference of January 2014, in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, hosted by the Anuvrat Vishva Bharati (Anuvibha) Jain organisation, in which eminent educators and peace activists from across the world, and from India, were invited to come together and discuss models for a peaceful, nonviolent and sustainable world society. After several days of discussion, the following Declaration...

Online Books: Top 10 (26.07.2015 - 02.08.2015)

Posting since: 26.07.2015
By Samani Chaitya Pragya
In the field of philosophical investigation and Cognitive Psychology, knowledge of knowledge, knowledge about knowledge, knower of knowledge, process of knowledge and such other questions are eternal but never answered satisfactorily. Various theories have been speculated but no theory is found complete and self-satisfactory. Jain theory of knowledge is very ancient as well as of wide discipline . Jain...
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: 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: 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: 13.11.2007
By Acharya Tulsi
The talk of preksha dhyana is somewhat new. There are many questions in the public mind about it. How did it originate and why? What values do you wish to establish through it in society? Is this also an extensive movement like Anuvrat?
Posted on: 06.12.2005
By Jethalal S. Zaveri, Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar
Where did the universe come from and where is it going? Did it have a beginning? How and why did it begin? What happened before that? Will it come to an end, or not? Did anybody create the universe? Is it static and unchanging or dynamic and mutable? These and many other questions regarding space, time, animate and inanimate orders of existence have been before mankind ever since man became capable of thinking...
Posting since: 13.07.2015
By Dr. Thomas Daffern
This declaration has arisen out the conference of January 2014, in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, hosted by the Anuvrat Vishva Bharati (Anuvibha) Jain organisation, in which eminent educators and peace activists from across the world, and from India, were invited to come together and discuss models for a peaceful, nonviolent and sustainable world society. After several days of discussion, the following Declaration...
Posted on: 01.08.2014
By Prof. Muni Mahendra Kumar
Critical Studies and Reasearch in the Metaphysical, Epistemological, Cosmological, Cosmogonical and Mathematical Aspects of the Universe in Jain Philosophy in the Light of Modern Scientific Theories and Western Philosophy. The questions regarding the nature, shape, size and age of the Universe, the reality and relativity of space & time, the subjectivity and objectivity of the physical world and many more such...
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...