Posted: 30.11.2013
 
Somaiya Vidyavihar Hindi: 29-30 Nov. 2013 ko Yoga Pro. Dr. Prakash Soni ke guidelence me Yogaashan-Suryanamskaar ki Prastuti dete hua Vinay Mandir ke students. Saath me Somaiya vidyahar ke vice president Sri Sameer bhi Somaiya and trustigan. Photos: 2013.11.30 MUMBAI Somaiya Vidyavihar Founder Day 4729 2013.11.30 MUMBAI Somaiya Vidyavihar Founder Day 0736 2013.11.30 MUMBAI Somaiya Vidyavihar...
Posted: 17.10.2013
 
Sri Jinaya namah Dear all this is a video presentation of the valedictory function celebrated on the concluding day of a three day Jaina Philosophy teaching programme. The venue was Sri Adhi Bhagwan Digamber Jinalayam-Adampakkam-Chennai. The programme was designed and conducted by Acharya Kuntha Kuntha Jaina Philosophy Propagation centre, Kuntha Kuntha Hill (Ponnur hill) 7KM from Vandavasi town,Thiruvannamalai...
Posted: 13.10.2013
 
A Three day Jaina philosophy teaching programme was inaugurated on 11-10-2013 at Sri Adhi Bhagwan Digamber Jinalayam -Adampakkam-Chennai. This programme is designed,and implemented by Acharya Kuntha Kuntha Jaina Philosophy Propagation Centre- Kuntha Kuntha Hill (Ponnur Hill),Vandavasi taluk, Thiruvannamala Dt.Tamilnadu. For the past three decades this programme has been carried out at different places.twice or...
Posted: 25.07.2013
 
National Jain Minority Conference Date: Sunday - 28th July 2013.: 9AM to 5 PM Place: Shri Vardhman Swetambar Stanakwasi Jain Shravak Sangh, Bibwewadi, (Near Yash Lwan) PUNE I request to all Jains to show our unity please do come & brings your friends come one come all JAINS. Also all are requested to convey this message to all friends and jain samaj karyakartas in all over MAHARASHTRA...thanks. Dakshin Bharat...
Posted: 03.07.2013
 
M.A in Jainlogy degree course being offered by University of Madras, Chennai, India. Dr. Priya is the HOD of the department. Flyer:
Posted: 30.08.2012
 
Jaipur: Dr. D.R. Mehta, the founder and chief patron of the Jaipur based Bhagwan Mahavir Viklang Sahayata Samiti, the makers of the world famous "Jaipur Foot" was presented the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavna award at a special function at Jawahar Bhawan New Delhi. The award was presented by the chairman of the advisory committee of Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavna Committee, Dr. Karan Singh in the...
Posted: 03.03.2012
 
SHATAVDHAN (Memorising 100 activities) - A glimpse at the Super Power of the Soul How often have been embarrassed because you could not remember names of people you met at a party or a business meeting? Have you had difficulty recalling birthdates of your children? What would you give to have a better memory? While most people can remember 8 or 10 events sequentially, ancient Jain literature is replete with...
Posted: 01.03.2012
 
Day: Sunday, 4th March, 2012 Timings: 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM Venue: Sri Shanmukhananda Fine Arts Hall 292, Scheme No 6, Comrade Harbanslal Marg, Behind Gandhi Market, Sion (East), Mumbai - 400022 Event: Dwi ShatAvadhant 200 Hundred Memory Event By: 22 year old Shatavadhani Munishri Shri Ajitchandra Sagarji Maharaj (Munishri) Disciple of Anoyagacharya Nayachandra Sagarji Maharaj Sahebji
Posted: 31.12.2011
 
Sri Adinath Shwetambara Temple In Chickpet, Bangalore, Reopens After Renovation One of the oldest Jain temples - it dates back to the 1920s - and located at Chikpet, Sri Adinath Shwetambar temple was in a dilapidated state. The three-storey temple, which consists of 200 pillars, was built using the world-famous Makarana marbles brought from Ajmer in Rajasthan. It has five sanctum sanctorum in each of the two...
Posted: 12.04.2011
 
Bombay Natural History Society The lovely Flamingos have arrived and the BNHS is organising a Flamingo Festival on 16 April, 2011 at the Sewri Jetty in Mumbai. Please find attached the Invitation and a poster to the festival. The poster can be printed and displayed at your office or housing Society to encourage more people to attend the Festival. Hoping to see you and your families on the 16th April, 2011. Warm...
Posted: 02.03.2011
 
In the Jinamandir of the city of Ayodhya, the birthplace of Bhagwan Rishabdev, a celebration of panchkalyanak pratishtha and mahamastakabhisheka took place. News In Hindi, Photos:
Posted: 22.02.2011
 
THE FOUNDATION FOR UNIVERSAL RESPONSIBILITY of His Holiness the Dalai Lama presents FILMS In collaboration with India International Centre AHIMSA, NON-VIOLENCE AN EXPLORATION OF THE JAIN TRADITION by Michael Tobias Date: Tuesday, 1st March, 2011 Time: 6.30 pm Duration: 59 mins Venue: Auditorium, India International Centre 40 Max Mueller Road, New Delhi All are Welcome
Posted: 29.12.2010
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
International Encounter on Universal Wellness through Meditation, Yoga and Holistic Health 17th Feb to 20th Feb 2011 organized by Pt. Madhusudan Ojha Institute of Vedic Studies and Research, Jaipur, India in association with Libera Universita di Oki-Do Mikkyo Yoga, Italy You are cordially invited to explore the ways to universal wellness which is at stake on account of our perverse lifestyle rooted in greed for...
Posted: 13.12.2010
 
Bhogilal Leherchand Institute of Indology INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR on YOGASHASTRA OF HEMCHANDRACHARYA & homage to Late Rev. Saint Muni Jambuvijayaji (Saturday, 18th & Sunday, 19th December 2010) Inaugural Function on Saturday 18th December, 2010 at 10.30 A.M. Presided over by: Dr. (Mrs.) Kapila Vatsyayan Chief Guest: Prof. K. Ramakrishna Rao, Chairman, ICPR Guests of Honour: Mr. Jawahar Sircar, Secretary, Ministry...
Posted: 07.12.2010
 
Seminar on Jainological Studies Date: 25-Nov-2010 Time: 10:30 am - 12:30 noon Venue: Vidya Bharti School, Suryanagar, Delhi S#. Timings Particulars Speaker 1. 10:30- 10:33 am Mangalacharan Muni Ajit Kumar & Amrit Kumar 2. 10:34- 10:36 am Welcome Speech Shantilal Patawari 3. 10:36- 10:45 am Introductory Speech Muni Abhijeet Kumar 4. 10:46- 11:05 am Speech by Chief Speaker Prof. Nathan Katz 5. 11:06- 11:13 am...
Posted: 05.12.2010
 
Establishment of Anuvrat Club Anuvrata club was established for the students in the presence of reverend Samani Pratibha Pragya ji principal Samani Punya Pragya ji and Anuvrat Samiti Ladnun. Prof. Trapithi ji members of Anuvrat Samiti Ladnun - Vijay Singh Barmacha, Ali Akbar ji, Rakesh Mani ji, Jagmohan ji Mathur, Mahavir ji, teachers and students of Mahapragya International School at Pragya Bhawan. Program was...
Posted: 02.12.2010
 
Establishment of Mahapragya Bhajan Mandali Monthly Acharya Mahapragya ji’s Punya Tithi was celebrated by Tamkore’s people in the presence of Samanijis, Samani Pratibha Pragya, Samani Punaya Pragya, Samani Samta Pragya and Samani Bhavya Pragya. The monthly Punya Tithi of Acharya Mahapragya was celebrated on 1st Dec, 2010 at Pragya Bhavan. “Mahapragya Bhajan Mandali”(a group of people to sing devotional...
Posted: 15.11.2010
 
The Bird's Charity Hospital - A Jain Hospital Exclusively for Birds Next to Chandni Chowk, a unique hospital is situated where only birds are admitted. It was founded in 1956 on the Jain principle of aversion to killing. People bring all species of wounded birds here for treatment that are set free after recovering. The Jains, who constitute hardly one per cent of the country’s population, continue to adhere...
Posted: 12.11.2010
 
Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir The Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir (श्री दिगंबर जैन लाल मंदिर) is the oldest and best known Jain temple in Delhi and one of the oldest temples of the city at all. The date of construction goes back to the time of the reign of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. The impressing red building is situated right opposite the Lal Qila (Red Fort), at the...
Posted: 11.11.2010
By Dr. Sohan Lal Gandhi
Pt. Madhusudan Ojha Institute of Vedic Studies and Research Kesargarh, JLN Marg, Jaipur - 302 004 (Raj.) INDIA Ph: +91-98280 16989, 98281 58454 Fax: +91-11-43850118 e-mail: slgandhi@hotmail.com vedic.peeth@epatrika.com vedic.peeth@gmail.com in association with Libera Universita di Oki-Do Mikkyo Yoga, Italy organizing International Encounter 17th Feb to 20th Feb 2011 Theme Universal Wellness through Meditation,...
Posted: 07.09.2010
 
World Academy of Spiritual Sciences ( WASS ) organised National Convention on Science, Spirituality & Health at Lodhi Road, Chinmaya Centre, New Delhi on 21st and 22nd August, 2010. Beside the huge gathering by participants from various fields, the occasion was marked by many prominent personalities like Health Minister Dr. Kiran Walia, Swami Avdheshananda, Swami Dharmananda. Prominent medical practioners...
Posted: 15.08.2010
 
Independence Day was celebrated in Mahapragya International School Tamkor on August 15, 2010. Programme was started with the flag hoisting ceremony by Sh Banwari Lal Mehala, a key personality of Tamkor village at 7.30 a.m. This hoisting was graced by Dr. Pratibha J. Mishra Incharge Extension Services JVBU along with principal, Staff and all students of school. After flag hoisting ceremony, students did the...
Posted: 12.08.2010
 
Sri Sathya Sai International Centre for Human Values International Conference on Science & Spirituality – The Growing Interface ►2010 ►New Dehli This International Conference on “Science and Spirituality: the Growing Interface” held on 31st July and 1st August, 2010 has deliberated on the various issues and arrived at the following areas of consensus : The main cause of the unease felt by some...
Posted: 12.08.2010
By Swami Dharmananda
Sri Sathya Sai International Centre for Human Values International Conference on Science & Spirituality – The Growing Interface ►2010 ►New Dehli Is There Life After Death? All living beings have to pass through two stages in life. The first is taking birth and the second is that of dying. We all know above birth and death, as both are events we experience in our life. For thousands of years the...
Posted: 09.08.2010
 
With the blessings of H.H. Acharya Mahashraman ji the Bhoomi pujan (the land veneration ceremony) of the new building of Mahapragya International School was held on July 28th, 2010. Hon. Dr. Samani Mangal Pragya, vice-chancellor of Jain Vishva Bharti University Ladnun, Hemaram Choudhary, Revenue minister of Rajasthan, Shree Chandra Sekhar Baid former MLA. Surandra Choraria, president Jain Vishva Bharti, Ranjeet...
Posted: 26.07.2010
By Dr. H.A. Parshwanath, Nitin H.P.
Humcha or Hombuja or Hunchadakatte is the well known Padmavathi shrine in Karnataka. In fact it can be rated as the most popular of all the Padmavathi shrines in the world. We can classify the Jain temples and places of Interest at Humcha as follows: Main temple Complex Jain Mutt and Temple Panchakuta Basadi Muttina Kere Origin of river Kumudvati Parshwanatha Idol Main Temple Complex at Humcha, Shimoga...
Posted: 22.07.2010
 
Sri Sathya Sai International Centre for Human Values International Conference on Science & Spirituality - The Growing Interface 31st July and 1st August, 2010 at Sri Sathya Sai Auditorium Pragati Vihar, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003 In scientific partnership with All India Institute of Medical Sciences & Financially supported by National University of Educational Planning and Administration Detailed Programme...
Posted: 11.07.2010
 
91st Birth anniversary of Acharya Mahapragya was celebrated in the presence of Samani Pratibha Pragya and Samanijis on July 10, 2010. Firstly, a rally was held at 7:30 AM. The students and teachers of Mahapragya International School and Samanijis participated in the rally enthusiastically. Rally reached at the birthplace of Mahapragya and prayed for world peace. After rally, a quiz competition was arranged at...
Posted: 24.06.2010
By Dr. Jayanti Lal Jain
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.10 Lessons for Action The concept of non-violence is a core concept in Jaina Philosophy and all practices and penance ensure strict compliance of the same, be it households or monks. The Seminar has successfully...
Posted: 23.06.2010
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Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.09 Nimitta and Upādāna - A Dialogue Performed by Abhilasha and Dimple, Students of the Dept. of Jainology, University of Madras Introduction The world has been created by God, without His wish not even a leaf...
Posted: 22.06.2010
By Sasilekha Sunil
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.08 Compassion: Meaning, Purpose and Practices Compassion is the noblest manifestation of humaneness. It is the merciful, sympathetic feeling and pity for the sufferings or distress of another, with the innate...
Posted: 21.06.2010
By Dr. Priyadarshana Jain
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.07 The Spirit of Compassion and the Role of Instrumentality Introduction - Non-Violence and Compassion From ancient times in India, there has been an indigenous concern for respecting life and all life forms...
Posted: 20.06.2010
By Dr. Geetha Jaykumar
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.06 Compassion and Contentment to Sustain Unity of Life: An Ecological Perspective Mystery shrouds the origin of life - varying versions put forth by scientists talk about its origin in space, in warm rock pools,...
Posted: 19.06.2010
By Dr. Mohammed Galib Hussain
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.05 Compassion: An Islamic Perspective The very act of God sending revealed knowledge to humanity has stemmed from his mercy towards mankind. According to Islamic theology, Islam brought by Prophet Muhammad is not...
Posted: 18.06.2010
By Dr. R. Rajalakshmni
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.04 Compassion and Instrumentality “The best of all possessions is the wealth of compassion. Possession of wealth is found even with the meanest of mankind” This is the meaning of the first couplet of the...
Posted: 17.06.2010
By Prof. V. Namasivayam
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.03 Compassion: Concept and Practice Sage Ramalingar, the 19th century Divine Messenger of Tamil Nadu, reverently called ‘Vaḷḷalar’ is widely known for his enlightening philosophy of universal brotherhood...
Posted: 16.06.2010
By Dr. Rudi Jansma
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.02 Ahiṁsā and Compassion for Ecology Abstract The Jain system could be the basis of scientific ecology of the future. A comparison is made between mainstream scientific principles and Jain principles regarding...
Posted: 15.06.2010
By Dharini Botaddra
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 14.02.2009 2.01 Compassion Introduction Compassion is a very basic and inherent quality of our Ātmā. Since childhood we have been taught by our parents, teacher, elders that we should be compassionate with everyone, that we...
Posted: 14.06.2010
 
Dear all, If you have come across any bright students coming from poor financial background who have finished their 10th standard this year ( April 2010 ) and scored more than 80% , please ask them to contact the NGO-Prerana (supported by Infosys foundation). The NGO is conducting a written test and those who clear the test will be eligible for financial help for their further studies. Please ask the students...
Posted: 14.06.2010
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Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 1.19 Environment and Non-violence Once, five men lost their way in a forest. They tried to find their way out but failed. Hunger made them realize that finding food was their immediate need. They came upon a tree...
Posted: 13.06.2010
By Dr. Vincent, S.J. Sekhar
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 1.18 Christianity And Nonviolence Every religion wants to project a particular society - Christians project a society reigned by God or God’s Kingdom. Other Abrahamic religions such as Judaism and Islam share in...
Posted: 12.06.2010
By Sramani Shreenidhi
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 1.17 Ahiṁsā Today we are living in a paradoxical situation. While on one hand modern civilization is characterized by a concern for fellow human beings, on the other hand the foremost problem of our age is...
Posted: 11.06.2010
By T.K. Parthasarathy
Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 1.16 Non-Violence - Its Dimensions and Practices Today’s major issue for which almost all the nations of the world endeavor to find a solution is raising violence. From time immemorial it is thought that man is a...
Posted: 10.06.2010
By K. Sonal, P. Sikitha
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 Ahiṁsā and Anekāntavāda One of the distinctive marks of Jainism has been its long tradition of nonviolence. Living as we...
Posted: 09.06.2010
By M. Vanitha
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 My Experience of Non-Violence Violence - What does it mean? Does it just mean killing someone or beating someone, or is it...
Posted: 08.06.2010
By Atul Kumar Jain
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 Nonviolence in Legal Perspective Introduction Violence & nonviolence : To define and explain nonviolence one must surely...
Posted: 07.06.2010
By Ekata Anand Surana
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 Stop! Think! Live and Help Others Live Why is the earth round? I’m sure all of us have our definitions and understanding...
Posted: 06.06.2010
By Prof. Dr. S. Panneerselvam
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 From Epistemology to Ontology: A Revisit to Jaina Philosophy Compassion and reverence for life are the basic principles of Jainism...
Posted: 05.06.2010
By J. Srinivasan
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India 13.02.2009 The Concept of ‘Ahiṁsā’ in Jainism and in Christianity Introduction It is generally accepted as a fact that the last of the...
Posted: 04.06.2010
By Dr. Renuka J. Porwal
Chennai 2009: Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality - A Jaina Perspective Non-violence, Compassion and Instrumentality A Jaina Perspective Seminar organized by the Department of Jainology of the University of Madras, 13 and 14 February 2009 Chennai, India The Quest for Non-violence – Vision of World Peace 13.02.2009 Introduction In the present scenario, the entire world is inflicted with...

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