Short News 2008-37

Posted: 06.09.2008
Updated on: 02.07.2015

05.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News



  People doing "Khamatkamana" (asking for forgiveness) to Acharya Mahapragya & Yuvacharya Mahashraman on the eve of Forgiveness day



  A emotional moment of "Khamatkamana" between Acharya Mahapragya & Yuvacharya Mahashraman


Rush of people in the forgiveness seeking program


06.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News


Yuvacharya Mahashraman addressing the gathering


People practising Samayik and other religious activity in the morning discourse session

06.09.2008 ►New Book going online

06.09.2008:Dr. Rudi Jansma

Introduction To Jainism


07.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News



Yuvacharya Mahashraman giving lecture in morning session


Audience hearing the daily discourse


BJP's senior leader Smt. Sushma Swaraj & Shri Mahesh Acharya having a discussion with Acharya Mahapragya & Yuvacharya Mahashraman on 07.09.08


07.09.2008 ►Most Popular Now

Listing shows now most read articles from "magazine" only.

In the process of speeding up the site "Glossary Terms" and "Book Chapters" are taken out. Later on both will get an own listing.

08.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News


Acharya Mahapragya & Yuvacharya Mahashraman addressing the spiritual gathering


People making request to Acharya Mahapragya for organising the Maryada Mahotsav at their place


All with folded hands requesting for granting Maryada Mahotsav function to them


View during the daily discourse of Acharya Mahapragya


09.09.2008 ►Maryada Mahotsava 2009

Maryada Mahotsava 2009 will be held at Bidasar, Rajasthan, India

09.09.2008 ►Award For Acharya Mahaprajna

Last year Institute of Jainology awarded His Holiness Dalai Lama and Dr. Nelson Mandela.

This year the award goes to Acharya Mahaprajna.

See: Ahimsa Day Celebrations 15th October 2008, London, House of Commons

09.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News


Acharya Mahapragya giving Pravachan on the eve of Vikas Mahotsav


Yuvacharya Mahashraman reading the paper of Development Code which Acharya Mahapragya presented to Acharya Tulsi.


People with full devotion singing the Sangh song on the Vikas Mahotsav. Sangh song is like a national anthem of Terapanth.


10.09.2008 ►Diksha Ceremony Announcement


Initiation Ceremony on 19 October- Acharya Mahapragya will inititiate five persons

On 19 October, Acharya Mahapragya will give Jain Initiation (Diksha) to four men and one girl. Giving details about this ceremony, Muni Jayant kumar told that on special request of Jaipur, Acharya Shree Mahapragya give the permission of Jain Inititiation Ceremony in Jaipur.

In this, Mumbai’s Mumukshu Manav Singhi (Native ShreeDungargarh), Ahmedabad’s Mumukshu Gaurav Kothari (Native Ladnun), Surat’s Mumukshu Lakshuit ((Native Baav) & Kelwa’s Mumukshu Karuna will be given monkhood inititation and Gangasahar’s Mumukshu Pradeep Kothari will be given saman initiation. It is to be noted that Mumukshu Pradeep Kothari is the brother of Muni Jayant Kumar in the worldly relationship.

10.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News


Gujarat Governor Shri Naval Kishore Sharma discussing with Acharya Mahapragya

10.09.2008 ►JVB London Sunday Programs Cancelled

Om Arham

  • Please note that the Samanijis will not be at the Sayer Centre on Sunday, 14th September 2008.
  • Due to circumstances beyond our control, please note that the following programmes have been cancelled:

    1. Recitation of Bhaktamara Stotra (10.00am to 10.30am)
    2. Workshop on “Arhat Vandana” (10.30am to 12noon)

  • The programme of Yoga classes (9.00am to 10.00am) and Gyanshala (10.30am to 11.30am) will continue as normal.

JVB London regrets any inconvenience caused as a result of the cancellation of the programmes.

Samani Prasanna Pragya
Samani Rohit Pragya

JVB London - Tel: 020-8452 0913



One of the simplest and most practical ways of cultivating respect is through hospitality and gracefulness. If we put ourselves into the shoes of others, we will be able to see the picture from their perspective - we need not agree with it, but it helps to understand it.

Here are some tips:

- Welcome visitors and offer them a glass of water without even asking.
- Smile, if possible try to say something positive about them
- Look into their eyes and try to make a connection
- Make time for people and investing in your key relationships
- Read about other cultures, through novels or books, hear their music, or watch their films.
- Travel with an open mind and challenge your thinking and perceptions of others

This is building respect in a simple practical way.

11.09.2008 ►Jaipur Chaturmas Photo News


Yuvacharya Mahashraman giving lecture



Ladies section of audience in morning pravachan session

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