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ISSJS News 2008 July

Published: 07.07.2008
Updated: 02.07.2015
01.07.2008
Soon Program will be initiated to create a comprehensive data Base of Jain Academicians and Scholars world wide.

International School for Jain Academic Studies (ISJS), JAINA  and. Sarah Hadmack of the University of Hawaii at Honolulu will be launching a major effort in early July 2008, to create a comprehensive data base of Jain academicians, Jain scholars and Jain related books in the libraries of the world. Bobby Tarumi; will be working under the guidance of Sarah Hadmack on this project. Bobby’s chief role will be data mining.

For further information, please contact:

Sarah Hadmack:  
Dr.Sulekh Jain:


01.07.2008

ISSJS2008 moves forward completing one month program on June 30th

  1. We left Delhi on June 12th early morning for a pilgrimage to Central India Jain art gallery starting with Mathura (Jambu Swamy liberation temple, Kankali Tila memoirs in the museum and Krisna janmabhoomi) proceeding to Gwalior’s monolithic Jain idols in vast numbers engraved at Goapachal and the Golden Jain temple there, Sonagir, the golden hill with more than 130 Jain temples and renowned place of liberation of Jain monks, Deogarh the heart and having largest collection of Jain idols, art objects etc.           
    The three days pilgrimage was greatly enjoyed by one and all having deep insight in Jain iconography and history of this forgotten concentration of Jain inhabitants and pilgrim places (area popularly known as Bundelkand and Gwalior). The pilgrimage ended with a stop at famous Taj before returning to Jaipur for major study camp. In the end we did have some anxious moments due to the ongoing Gujjar agitations and had to make detours for security purposes.
  2. On arrival at Jaipur we had a very lively press conference which was followed with a vast coverage in both printed and electronic media. Our students became a celebrity and were stopped on the road to be greeted and welcomed to Jaipur and school.
  3. At Jaipur we had excellent residential quarters for all scholars. The academic sessions were separated or undergraduates at University of Rajasthan for a week while the graduates had their entire program at Nasia. Eminent scholars like Prof Kusum Jain, Prof K.C. Sogani, Prof M.R. Galera, Prof. D.N. Bhargava, Prof Sushma Singhvi and notable scholars like Dr. Pratibha Jain, Justice N.K. Jain, Sh D.R. Mehta etc.made the faculty to provide very lively discussions. During our stay at Jaipur we visited a number of social organizations like the one run by women for destitute and to provide facilities to Jains visiting Jaipur and sick, Cancer hospital, Mahavir Vikalank and a number of temples like Dadabari, Chulgiri, Sanganer and Padmpura. Unfortunately we had to cancel our pilgrimage to Ranakpura and Dilwara due to very tight schedule of one month program scholars returning and general law and order situation in the state.
  4. The one month program ended on June 30th when 20 students left for their homes. Some of them chose to stay back and go around the country on their on before rerunning home. We now have 14 scholars completing the two months program.

01.07.2008

Some Glimpses of ISSJS Program

Photographs of the program till 30th June 2008:


Temple at Mathura


Mathura


Welcome at Gwalior


Golden temple at Gwalior


Roadside lunch during pilgrimage


Gwalior Temple


One of the many panels at Deogarh


Historic idol at Deogarh


An evening with AC Mahapragyaji


Scholars enjoying puja at Chulgiri temple


An academic session in progress at University of Rajasthan


Scholars at Dadabari Jaipur


Visit to Sanganer temple


An academic session in progress at Nasiaji



A scholar tattooed


Press Converage


Press Coverage 2


Press Coverage 3


Press coverage 4


Valedictory session for one month programme scholars

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