Jaipur Chaturmas News 2008-11-08 59th National Conference of Anuvrat Samiti

Posted: 12.11.2008
Updated on: 29.11.2012
Acharya Mahaprajna and the Sangh on Ahimsa footwalk.

 

 

Those writers are great who guides the people to right track through their ink

Yuvacharya Mahashraman

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Jaipur November 8, 2008

There are few inbuilt things in all of us which push towards the crime, unfeasible action and sluggishness. One of those components is feeling of attachment for external and materialistic world. This attachment bounding is the major cause of tears and misery. In the line, second element is ego by which person attempts to get recognisation and power. Imbalance between the attachment and ego creates the world of problems & troubles.

These views are expressed by Yuvacharya Mahashraman at Anuvibha on the occasion of second day of 59th National Conference of Anuvrat Samiti. Second day is special because of declaration of “Anuvrat Writer Award”. This year this award is presented to Dr. Narendra Sharma “Kusum”.

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Yuvacharya Mahashraman defining the importance of speech and words said that those person who has the lively and courageous voice, can impress and affect the person from his speech. Similarly another effective expression medium – writing should also be encouraging to light the true way of life. Those writers are great who guides the people to right track through their ink Literature is an asset and is capable to drive the culture to the growth route.

Sadhvi Pramukha Kanakprabha ji said that Anuvrat movement is a movement of morality. Acharya Shri Tulsi had started this movement keeping long vision in mind and this is moving ahead with good velocity. From the platform of Anuvrat, Acharya Tulsi has put the concept of everybody acceptable religion whose main codes are – intellectual should join hands with moral revolution, vows to be used in life, stress to be given to improve the present condition and feeling of religious cooperation should be boast up. These features took the Anuvrat beyond the boundaries of religion today.

 

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