Posted: 04.04.2020
By Yuvacharya Mahashraman
(1)धम्मो मंगलमुक्किट्ठं, अहिंसा संजमो तवो। देवा वि तं नमंसंति, जस्स...
Posted: 04.04.2020
By Yuvacharya Mahashraman
The early household life of Bhagavān-Mahāvīra made the later initiated life so august that the moment of the birth of the enlightened one became most invaluable. At present we are recollecting the great moment, by celebrating his birth day. The moment of recollection is very small but his contribution is great. Whatever Bhagavān-Mahāvīra contributed to us is very beneficial...
Posted: 03.04.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
There is an angle of thought that evil persons do work in an organized way whereas good persons are not organized. Another angle of thought is lots of organizations are being constituted today. In these years number of existing organizations is much more than earlier years. Each of them is most strong, organized and active than others. Trade Unions, Lawyers’ organizations, businessmen Organizations,...
Posted: 03.04.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
8. Gerulalji Vyas GerulaljiVyas was a Pushkarana Brahman from Jodhpur and fond of visiting saints. He would visit the Jain monks occasionally and evinced an interest in Jain tattvagyaan. In V.S.1816 AcharyaBhikshu had chaaturmaas in Jodhpur prior to his religious revolution (establishing Terapanth) and there he for the first time met up with GerulaljiVyas. Vyasji was intensely influenced by Bhikshu's...
Posted: 02.04.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Among the problems, India is facing today, the prominent problem is drought. Rajasthan, Gujrat, Maharashtra etc. like other states, are passing through the terror of famine. It is being regarded as the most terrifying famine of this century. Famine immensely affects grains, water and fodder. Scarcity of grains is however tackled, but the shortage of water and fodder is affecting numerous families. Now the...
Posted: 02.04.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
4. Kesar Singhji Bhandari A well-known follower, Kesarji was son of DevrajjiBhandari of Kapasana, who settled in Udaipur. Kesarji was trustworthy and had gained the favour of MahaaraanaBhimsinghji of Udaipur. Mahaaraana entrusted him with many important responsibilities. He worked as a tax officer of the state. Impressed by his honesty and hard-work, Mahaaraana rewarded Kesarji four villages (Jawasia, Akalya,...
Posted: 01.04.2020
By Acharya Mahaprajna
1. Shobha Chandji Shobhaji was an exclusive and renowned shravak of AcharyaBhikshu. He belonged to Kothari family of Kelava. In VikramSamvat (v.s.) 1817, his father Netasi accepted AcharyaBhikshu as his Guru (Shobhaji was then in his mother's womb) during the first chaaturmaas of AcharyaBhikshu. As he was born in a religious family, Shobhaji had inclinations towards religion since an early age. He had immense...
Posted: 01.04.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Soul of the man has enormous power. Inner involvement arouses power. Awakening of power or the path of progress is free from any blockade. If full power arouses, there is no danger. If there is any danger, that is related with its application. If we are not prudent or we have no control over the application of power, beneficial powers may be disadvantageous. Scientific inventions of this age are...
Posted: 31.03.2020
By Acharya Tulsi
Half of the world is unaware of its existence. Half of the world is more conscious than its necessity. First half of the world is represented by female, second half of the world is represented by male. Some females are aware of their existence, they even struggle for it, if so necessary, and they get it felt to their existence iii their own surrounding. But how many are these females? Some males even feel...

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