Report on Gyanshala Training Camp 25th & 26th July 2009

Published: 17.08.2009
Updated: 02.07.2015


A two day, ‘Gyanshala Training Camp’ was organised by Shree Jain Swetamber Terapanthi Sabha under aegis of Jain Swetamber Terapanthi Mahasabha on 25th & 26th July 2009 at Amolak Bhavan, Raipur under presence of Samani Bhavit Pragya ji, a Learned Disciple of H. H. Acharya Mahapragya.


Inaugurating the camp, Samani Shri Bhavit Pragyaji said that the Childhood is the initial stage of budding characteristics, virtues, moral and cultural values among the children. We are the face of today’s society whereas the children are face of tomorrow. This is our foremost duty to develop the children in such a ways as we want to foresee the future. Acharya Shri Tulsi rightly said that “Badle vyakti samaj se rashtra kudh hi badlega” means if the person have strong value, the society will be stronger and so as the Nation. Thus if we can contribute the society by giving a person of strong values and ethics, we will help in building a Nation with strong and ethical values. Childhood is the right stage to rope in the values to build a perfect civilian.


She further mentioned that the learned trainers of Terapanth Mahila Mandal, the women wing of Terapanth Jain Society are putting their best efforts to rope in good ethical and moral value in our children.


Upashak faculty Shri Nirmal Nowalkha expressed his sense of gratitude for the effort of Samani Bhavitpragyaji and the number of Gyanshala trainers attending the Camp. In all 30 women appearing in Vigya, Visharad and Snatak grades of examination got extensive training, Sri Nowalkha gave detailed lectures on Jain Philosophy, Ahimsa, rebirth, Anekant, Doctrine of relativity, theory of one God in Jainism and Atma-kartritwavad, Doctrine of Soul, Doctrine of karmas in very effective manner with question/answer sessions at the end of every class.

Smt. Ritu S. Jain (Choraria), Correspondent Herenow4u, has expressed her views on the occasion. The camp concluded on 26th July, 2009 with chanting of Mangal Path by Samani Bhavit Pragya.


Ms. Ritu S. Jain discussing with Samani Vipul Pragya on 14/8/2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur (Chhattisgarh).


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