Published: 04.05.2005
Updated: 29.08.2012

Assemblee, association

  • A sabhā in Ancient India was an assembly, congregation, or council.
  • Sabhas are eligible to serve all activities of Terpanth Sect (Gyanshala, Upasak, Anuvrat, Preksha Meditation, Jeevan Vigyan...).
    They are registered in societies act and follow the guidence of Mahasabha.
    Where minimum 30 to 50 family of Terapanth group stay they can form a Sabha.
Sabhas are normally named like:
    1. [Name of town] Shree Jain Shwetamber Terapanthi Sabha
    2. Shree Jain Shwetamber Terapanthi Sabha, [Name of town]


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  1. Anuvrat
  2. Gyanshala
  3. Jeevan Vigyan
  4. Mahasabha
  5. Meditation
  6. Preksha
  7. Preksha Meditation
  8. Shwetamber
  9. Terapanth
  10. Terapanthi
  11. Upasak
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