Posted: 02.08.2012
 
From his 7 month journey in USA Shrutpragyaji Swami arrived back in Delhi, where he stayed some days in Adhyatma Sadhana Kendra - Delhi - India with Swami Dharmanandji. He left on 7th Nov. for Rajkot and Ahmedabad and other centres in the country, where he offers programs as given below for Ahmedabad:
Posted: 19.10.2007
By Bal Patil
I think it would be most appropriate to recall the great Ahmedabad trial at this juncture when the centennial of the Gandhian satyagraha in South Africa is being commemorated worldwide. When Mahatma Gandhi entered the Central Hall of the Government Circuit House at Ahmedabad on the 18th of March, 1922 to face a trial on a charge of sedition under section 124A of the Indian Penal Code about two hundred...
Posted: 19.10.2007
By Bal Patil
The UN General Assembly has unanimously adopted a resolution on June 15, 2007 to declare October 2, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, as the International Day of Non-Violence in recognition of his role in promoting the message of ‘peace through non-violence’ around the world. Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Indian Nation, was a great political and spiritual leader, the pioneer of satyagraha , and the...
Posted: 17.10.2007
By Dr. Mahima Sethia
Shri Sushil Bafna has been selected as one of the Outstanding performer member of Terapanth Yuvak Parishad for year 2007 along with other four persons. The function was held on 30.09.07 at Udaipur under the auspicious presence of Acharya Shri Mahapragya ji during the 41st annual conferennce of All India Terapanth Yuvak Parishad. The conference was held from 28. sept '07 to 30 sept. '07.
Posted: 01.10.2007
 
The floods in North-eastern India have caused a state of utter emergency. A VIER PFOTEN (FOUR PAWS) unit is on location now to vaccinate the victims’ live stock and supply food for the animals. The project is a matter of survival for the impoverished population: The animals are crucial to their livelihood. Vanaspatti The village Vanaspatti is located in the Indian state of Bihar Sitamarhi and is made up...
Posted: 01.10.2007
 
More than 100 members of the Jain Samaj, Delhi called on the President of India, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil at Rashtrapati Bhavan on September 27, 2007. The members of the Jain Samaj met the President on the occasion of Kshamavani Divas - the Day of Universal Forgiveness.
Posted: 16.09.2007
 
Arham There are many weapons in the world, each mightier and deadlier than the other. However none of them is the ultimate weapon. The only one, which is the ultimate and can be considered par excellence is - FORGIVENESS, ARMISTICE or PEACE. SAMVATSARI, which is the most sacred festival of Jains, is the occasion for using this ultimate weapon, viz., forgiveness.
Posted: 11.09.2007
 
Collected by Yug Pradhan Acharya Sri Tulsi Translated by Muni Sri Mahendra Kumar
Posted: 06.09.2007
By Pravin K. Shah
Paryushan or Das Lakshana Parva is the single most important festival in the Jain religion. This year it is observed from September 8 to 25, 2007. The Shvetämbar sect observes it for the first 8 days while the Digambar sect observes it for the last 10 days where it is known as Das Lakshana Parva. During these eight or ten days, the entire Jain community becomes engrossed in an atmosphere of enthusiasm and...
Posted: 04.09.2007
By Muni Sukh Lal
Ahinsa is nectar. All human beings want peace. No one is happy in anarchy, which generates disturbance and restlessness. How can, then peace be obtained? It can only be obtained through applied ahinsa. Ahinsa doesn't mean merely abstinence from killing a creature. In it's broader sense, it means refraining from infliction of pain on others as also from usurping the rights of others. This kind of ahinsa -...

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