Posted: 22.01.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Man takes recourse to violence. He commits fraud, spreads hatred, smuggles goods, incites communal feelings, and pollutes the environment. Man is scared with such heinous acts that man himself commits. Again, man is trying to prevent such ills. Sometimes he requires army support and sometimes moves to the courts of Justice. At one occasion he makes a compromise while at the other becomes a rebel. Nevertheless,...
Posted: 22.01.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
What is Anuvrata? It is futile to ask such question now. This is a because for the last four decades Anuvrat has transcended the boundaries of the nations and reached across the seas. In spite that there might be a number of such people in the country for whom Anuvrata still needs no introduction. On the contrary, there might be equally a good number of people for whom Anuvrata, though requires no introduction,...
Posted: 21.01.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Man is the pivot around which all the cultural and civilizational activities move. Character is the essence of man. Character is known by thought. The decisive test of thought is behaviour. Lifestyle is determined by Philosophy. Philosophy is propounded by man. Thus, everything revolves around man himself. What is our lifestyle today? Whether does it drive him? Whether man is providing shelter to others or is...
Posted: 21.01.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Men have two types of temperament—man-like and demon-like. The demon-like temperament is characterized by selfishness. It does not recognize altruism. It has no relation with humanity. It establishes its authority with the help of injustice, exploitation, and persecution. It does not pay heed to the call of morality and continues with its growing pace. This temperament takes its toll on humanity. It...
Posted: 20.01.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Knowledge can be classified into three types- Sukhadhigam (that can be easily acquired), Anadhigam (that cannot be acquired), and Duradhigam (that can be difficult to acquire). Knowledge that is acquired does not give birth to doubt. Knowledge that is not perceived, there, too has no scope for doubt. Knowledge that is acquired after surmounting difficulties becomes a matter of doubt. Doubt is an enemy of...
Posted: 19.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Sadhvi Sonaji {Didwana} along with her group was on her Orrisa tour. During her journey she went to village named Karsuun. There lived a man named Jagdish Agrawal who had immense devotion towards Terapanth order and it’s Acharya. When the nuns went to his house for alms he said to them, “This is my 11 year old son. Manoj, who has been suffering from arthritis since along. He was treated by doctors...
Posted: 19.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
This incident is about the younger brother of Ratanlalji Surana, who was a resident of Bhopalgarh. He had six small children. Suddenly, one of the children fell ill with fever and severe pain in the throat. Gradually the child started experiencing difficulty in speaking, eating and drinking. He was given medical treatment, but it proved quite futile. His condition worsened and this made his family members very...
Posted: 19.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Sadhvi Hulasaji was staying in Momasar. At that time, Acharya Tulsi was on the tour towards South. Ladaji, the head of the nuns, was in Bidasar. Sadhvi Kamaluji of Ujjain and Sadhvi Kusumshreeji of Momasar were coining to visit Ladaji. On the way to Bidasar, they took shelter in the house of a Rajput, in a village named Joravarpura. During that day, a teenager in that family was suffering from high fever. When...
Posted: 18.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
Bolaram is the suburb of Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh. There resides the family of Kanamalji Sancheti. This family has a keen faith in the Terapanth Order. Kanamalji has four sons. The name of the third son is Ashok. He looks after a factory twenty-five km, away from Bolaram. He would always leave home early in the morning and return at night. And this had become his routine. One day, somebody told...
Posted: 18.01.2020
By Sadhvi Kalp Lata
In those days Sadhvi Hulasaji was in feldasar, a village near Momasar. Sadhvi Kamaluji (Ujjain) and Bhikanji (Sujangarh) went for alms. In their Way there was a buffalo. Having seen the white clothes of the nuns, it ran behind them. They looked for shelter but found no place. When they moved further, they saw a stone platform and they sat on it, but the buffalo was still chasing them. The nuns were very scared...

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