Acharya Shree Tulsi - A Legend Of Humanity: Contributions in the Field of Literature

Published: 09.01.2014

Superior literature is an emblem of the intellectual and spiritual development of any organization. Acharya Shree has made a remarkable contribution to published works. Until his time, there was no Jain text written for modern life. Acharya Tulsi refused to accept a future when no fundamental teachings were available. This thought inspired him to pen his brilliant ideas.

Acharya Shree Tulsi shared his valuable thoughts through literature. Though most of his time was spent in the administration of the Jain order, still he had a keen desire to write and share his thoughts to uplift the lives of people. His words and message had a magical impact on the hearts of common people.' Amar Sandesha' was one of his initial works. Vidyadhara Shastri remarked on this book, "This is one of the greatest works for the philosophical world."

In 1945, the entire world was struggling with aftermath of world war. The world peace was at peak demand. For this reason, a world religion convention was organized at London on June 29, 1945. Acharya Tulsi drafted a letter entitled as "ashant vishwa ko shanti ka sandesh" (The message of peace to an uproar world), in response to the request of organizers of the convention. The letter discussed about nine remarkable tips to achieve world peace. It reached far and wide and was highly praised, valued and discussed. This letter was further included in the course by Professor Dr. Raymond F. Pepper of Cynacause University, New York for comparative studies. The father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, commented on it - "How wonderful would it have been if followers had followed this great man's perspective."

The literature on Anuvrat and Preksha Dhyan has left common people and scholars motivated and inspired. The purpose of Acharya Shree's writings had a dual purpose: self-satisfaction as well as the awakening of the consciousness of the common people.

Acharya Shree Tulsi - A Legend Of Humanity

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Acharya Tulsi Janam Shatabdi Samaroh Samiti, Anurvat Bhawan, New Delhi HN4U Online Edition:

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