Posted: 16.09.2013
By Ritu S. Jain
08.09.2013: Dhyan Divas 08.09.2013 Raipur - Dhyan Divas Day seventh of Paryushan 2013 programme was celebrated as 'Dhyan Divas’ in presence of Samani Madhur Pragyaji at Amolak Bhawan, Sadar Bazar, Raipur, Chhattisgarh. Preksha meditation is not just for achieving physical, mental and emotional well being but a key to spiritual treasure trove. Preksha means to perceive deeply within. The meditative technique...
Posted: 08.09.2013
By Ritu S. Jain
2013.09.05 Raipur - Maun Divas 05.09.2013- Maun Divas Day Fourth of Paryushan 2013 programme was celebrated as 'Maun Divas in presence of Samani Madhur Pragyaji at Amolak Bhawan, Sadar Bazar, Raipur, Chhattisgarh. Samani Madhur Pragyaji spoke in detail about the 'Maun Divas’. Moun for a few hours can be peace giving, energy saving and relaxing. Control over speech is indispensible for meditation. In ancient...
Posted: 05.09.2013
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Madhur Pragya 02.09.2013 - Khadya Sanyam Divas Day First of Paryushan 2013 programme was celebrated as 'Khadya Sanyam Divas in presence of Samani Madhur Pragyaji at Amolak Bhawan, Sadar Bazar, Raipur, Chhattisgarh. Samani Madhur Pragyaji spoke in detail about the 'Food Restraint Day’. The type & amount of food consumed by individual persons vary. Khadya sanyam is a way of intake that advises us to eat...
Posted: 15.09.2011
By Ritu S. Jain
Day 1 - Food Restraint Day Day First of Paryushan 2011 programme was celebrated as 'Khad Sanyam Diwas in presence of Samani Jinpragya at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur, Chhattisgarh. Samani Jinpragya spoke in detail about the 'Food Restraint Day’. She said a food restraint provides the right vitamins minerals and nutrients to keep the body and mind strong and healthy. Eating well can also aid in the prevention of a...
Posted: 17.12.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya while addressing audience in Raipur, Chhattisgarh said that in ancient Indian traditions Saints and Seers are always honored. They have been apt in their devotion. Therefore their lives are great. There are a few ways by which students can also make their life great and those things that are necessary in childhood. A child who has bad habits like...
Posted: 30.11.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya while addressing audience in Raipur, Chhattisgarh said that Anasana means fasting unto death. It is the Jain art of dying. This is known as Santhara as well as Samadhi-marana. In Jain tradition it is given more importance. To live is an art and to die is also a great art. If death occurs amidst auspicious and holy thoughts, it is a holy death. It also improves qualities of soul. So...
Posted: 08.10.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya while addressing audience in Korba, Chhattisgarh said that Efficiency means "A person being talented and personally skillful or capable.” A person becomes more efficient, when more pressure is insisted on him. Efficiency is related to Concentration, which again is related to the mind, and mind is connected with breath. In the lack of concentration, 20% of our Energy is utilized...
Posted: 28.09.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Jain Life Way of Living Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya while addressing audience at Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh on 13/9/2009 said that the aim of Ayurveda is not only showing the way of curing the disease but also finding the means to destroy diseases, to avoid recurrence. Ayurveda has given more attention to the immune system’s power of a person. There are many methods for treatment. Although there are many...
Posted: 17.09.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya while addressing sabha at Amolak Bhawan on 5th September, 2009, Raipur (C.G.) said that the A student acquires knowledge from teacher. The knowledge obtained from teacher, helps to gain destiny. A scholar has the wealth of knowledge. A person who does not have the wealth of knowledge is foolish and valueless. For example, whatever height the dust may reach it has no value, but...
Posted: 15.09.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragya while addressing sabha at Amolak Bhawan on 3rd September, 2009 at Amolak Bhawan said that the present age is scientific age. Today science has developed drastically. The field of scientific achievement has a rapid growth. Science is reaching great heights day by day. This fact is not unacceptable that due to science man has developed all round, but on the other hand there is...
Posted: 30.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
30th August’ 09: Shri Jain Svetambar Terapanth Sabha, Raipur organized “Sneh Milan” i.e. a celebration programme aimed at “swadharmi vatsalya” - a kind of social gathering at Amolak Bhavan, Raipur. The programme started with the blessings of Samani Nirdesika Bhavit Pragya ji. In his address, he emphasized that celebrations bring the required communal harmony among the society and help in developing...
Posted: 28.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
MAITRI DIWAS The last day of the paryushan at the end of the Samvatsari was celebrated as Maitri Divas. The programme started at 6.15 A.M. Hundreds of lay followers were present. Those having done Poushadh were present after doing their pratikraman in the morning. Most reached from their home from whole of the Raipur. The programme was compered by Samani Vipul Pragyaji. On the eve of ‘KHAMATKHAMNA’ Samani...
Posted: 26.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samvatsari Mahaparva The last day of the eight days religious worship - “Paryushan Mahaparva” is known as Samvatsari Mahaparva, that is the Great Annual Festival. Millions of people observe a fast on this day, recite the deity’s name, practice meditation, engage themselves in studies, listen to discourses & undertake deep self-analysis. Hundreds of men & women from Raipur and adjoining area came for...
Posted: 24.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
DHYAN DIWAS The Seventh day of the Paryushana Parva was celebrated as “Dhyan Diwas” i.e. the day dedicated for purification of emotions developing concentration. On the eve of “Dhyan Diwas” Samani Bhavit Pragya ji on 23rd August, 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur said that Preksha Dhyan is the technique of seeing oneself. Preksha means to perceive carefully and profoundly. The term Dhyan is mostly defined...
Posted: 23.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
JAP - Chanting of Mantra Sixth day of paryushan parva is celebrated as “जप ”. On the eve of “Jap Diwas” Samani Bhavit Pragya ji on 22nd August, 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur said that Jap, the word originates from Sanskrit which means uttering a phrase of words in a low voice or repeating it internally. In religious terms it refers to the spiritual discipline involving the meditative repetition of a...
Posted: 22.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
ANUVRAT CHETNA DIWAS The fifth day of the Paryushana Parva was celebrated as “Anuvrat Chetna Diwas” i.e. the day dedicated for developing moral values. On the eve of “Anuvrat Chetna Diwas” Samani Bhavit Pragya ji said that the greatest need for human being is forsake selfishness and develop moral values in the life. For that consciousness of man must be transformed, otherwise problems will be...
Posted: 21.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Nidesika Bhavit Pragyaji delivering her speech at Amolak Bhawan on 20/8/2009 VANI SANYAM DIWAS The fourth day of the Paryushana Parva was celebrated as “Vani Sanyam Diwas” i.e. the day dedicated for practicing silence. On the eve of “Vani Sanyam Diwas” Samani Bhavit Pragya ji said that the speaking is the way of expressing your own thoughts and the way you put your thoughts before others makes a...
Posted: 20.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Swadhyaya Diwas The second day of the Paryushana Parva was celebrated as “Swadhyay Diwas” i.e. the day dedicated for self learning through reading spiritual and religious books. On the eve of “Swadhyay Diwas” Samani Bhavit Pragya said that the “Adhyatama”, the spiritualism is an “Art of Self Learning”. It aims at learning about soul, which shapes our personality to remain cool and calm even in...
Posted: 20.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
On the eve of Samayik Diwas Samani Bhavit Pragya delivering speech at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur on 19th August 2009 The third day of the Paryushana Parva was celebrated as “Samayik Diwas” i.e. the day dedicated for an act of purifying ones soul. On the eve of “Samayik Diwas” Samani Bhavit Pragya ji said that the Samayik is a state of meditation which helps to control ones anger, jealousy, greediness,...
Posted: 19.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
The paryushan parva has started on 17th August, 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur with opening remarks of Samani Shri Bhavit Pragya ji. Paryushan is celebrated to strengthen your instinct. It helps you organising ourself and live a life with full satisfaction coupled with Tap-Jap-Dhyan i.e. fasting, chanting and meditating. It helps in building our inner power to face the challenges of greediness, materialism,...
Posted: 17.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
A two day, ‘Gyanshala Training Camp’ was organised by Shree Jain Swetamber Terapanthi Sabha under aegis of Jain Swetamber Terapanthi Mahasabha on 25th & 26th July 2009 at Amolak Bhavan, Raipur under presence of Samani Bhavit Pragya ji, a Learned Disciple of H. H. Acharya Mahapragya. Inaugurating the camp, Samani Shri Bhavit Pragyaji said that the Childhood is the initial stage of budding...
Posted: 13.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Vipul Pragya while addressing the sabha on 5th August 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur (Chhattisgarh) has said that following are the major causes of stress: Not knowing what you want or if you’re getting it - poor planning. The feeling that there’s too much to do. One can have this feeling even if there’s hardly anything to do at all. Not enjoying your work. This can be caused by lots of things, for...
Posted: 06.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Vipul Pragya ji the learned disciples of Acharya Shri Mahapragya Ji addressed the audience on dynamic personality through challenge on 30th July, 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur(Chhattisgarh). Those who always want to learn new things, progress in life will welcome the challenges. After achieving one goal, they head for another target. They get new experience from every new achievement. After fulfilling...
Posted: 03.08.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
Samani Bhavit Pragya ji the learned disciples of Acharya Mahapragya Ji stressed on raising inner power on 26th July, 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur (Chhattisgarh). Her speech centered at how to develop raise inner power among our young generation. She emphasized that all human beings are blessed with infinite power and everybody desires of becoming more powerful, more courageous and more confident in their...
Posted: 30.07.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
FAITH A glimpse of gathering at Amolak Bhawan Samani Bhavit Pragya delivering her speech On 19th July 2009 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur, Chhattisgarh Samani Bhavit Pragya, the learned disciple of Acharya Mahapragya said that many people has written their vision, just like you have done, and they did not achieve anything. Why there are some who are successful, and there are some who don’t? Most of the times, the...
Posted: 27.07.2009
By Ritu S. Jain
A Glimpse of the participants Samani Bhavit Pragya ji, Samani Achhal Pragya ji, Samani Vipul Pragyaji and Samani Aadarsh Pragya ji, the learned disciples of Acharya Mahapragya Ji entered Raipur for the Chaturmas period (four months of rainy season). Samani Shri Bhavit Pragya Ji addressing the gathering                                   In her address on 12th July 2009 on the eve...
Posted: 16.12.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji on 14/12/2008 at Korba, Chhattisgarh said that for Success in any field, right attitude is required. In human body we got one of great power that is ability to think. We can think because brain of human beings is more developed. Thinking in right direction forms the basic of success. Attitude determines the psychology of a person, which gives indication whether the...
Posted: 14.12.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji on 7/12/2008 at Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh said that the Discipline is essential for firmness in the life. Depthness in life developed only through discipline. Self discipline automatically gives rise to self-starvation. Without discipline all other education is good for nothing. Apart from external personality we should develop intrinsic qualities. The effect of intrinsic...
Posted: 02.12.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
Muni Shri Prashant Kumar departed from Raipur city on 23rd November 2008. In his address at Bimal Vatika Muni Shri Prashant Kumar said that the “Will to learn” is a sign of increasing knowledge of development. Those who learn every day move ahead in life. We should learn from our mistakes. Our development of knowledge gets hampered when we stop the learning process. We should be modest to move ahead. Our...
Posted: 26.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
Muni Shri Prashant Kumar while addressing the public on the Mangal Bhawna function on 13/11/2008 at the end of Raipur Chaturmas said that Terapanth Samaj of Raipur is very dedicated, religious & hard working. In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji said that we are striving for a district identity in society. Society can progress only when good quality and talented people get a chance to show their work. We...
Posted: 25.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumar on 5/11/2008 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur (Chhattisgarh) said that in today’s changing scenario we have to be always on our toes, just to stable in life. In today’s environment people’s behavior have been changed. People became impatient, irritated and discontented. It invites mental depression & tension. We should not act frustrated with other’s success. We should...
Posted: 24.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji on 4/11/2008 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur (Chhattisgarh) said that those who setup their targets in life and remain motivated become power house of creativity. Human beings have immense divine energies- energy of mind, energy of thought, energy of determination and energy of sub-consciousness. We can got maximum out of the energies, if we utilize them properly. Energies...
Posted: 18.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji on 3/11/2008 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur, Chhattisgarh said that Enthusiasm is life. Life without enthusiasm becomes dull. When we work with enthusiasm, success is certain. Success is the lifeline of life. Success largely depends on efforts, determination, ability and hard work. We will never succeed in life if we consider work as a burden. Successful persons assess their...
Posted: 15.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji on 2/11/2008 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur said: Emotional intelligence is an important ingredient of success. In emotional intelligence, personality traits are more important than talent as a whole. Behavior, skill, patience, creditability and strong determination are some of the greatness of emotional intelligence. Due to self realisation we can regulate our behavior, have...
Posted: 14.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
In his address at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur, on 01/11/2008 Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji said that our whole life is spent aimlessly if we do not set goals in time. Life should have an objective and that objective should be high. life has no meaning if we keep changing our goals. In Jainism it is said that we should keep our thought process and flow of results upward. We should not follow blindly materialistic for...
Posted: 08.11.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
On 29th October 2008 at Amolak Bhawan, Raipur Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji, in his address said that self confidence is the key to success. It is said that if you have rock solid self confidence, you can turn impossible tasks to possible. A person can achieve whatever wants in life due to self-confidence. The tenet Mahaveer Vani says that human beings are forms of god and are great souls. Like god human being as...
Posted: 25.10.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
28th Sep’ 08: Terapanth Yuvak Parishad, Raipur organized “Chhattisgarh Yuva Samelan at Amolak Bhavan, Raipur in which around 75 yuvak has participated. The programme started with the blessings of Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji. In his address he said there is a change in work culture. Now it has become important that people should pace up their work efficiency. And with work efficiency, necessary behavioral...
Posted: 11.10.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
14th Sep’ 08: On the occasion of Paryushan Parva, Terapanth Yuvak Parishad, Raipur organized “Sneh Milan” i.e. a celebration programme aimed at “swadharmi vatsalya” - a kind of social gathering at Amolak Bhavan, Raipur. The programme started with the blessings of Muni Shri Prashant Kumarji. In his address, he emphasized the use of word “Khamatkhamna” in place of “Kshamayachna”. The word...
Posted: 08.10.2008
By Ritu S. Jain
Raipur 15.08.2008 First time in the history of Raipur city, Muni Prashant Kumar ji addressed the members of Jain community on the eve of India’s Independence Day, the 15th August 2008 at Mahveer Stoop square. Defining nationalism and national interest, Munishri said that in speech everyone talks about nationalism and patriotism but in actual behaviour communal, provincial and linguistic differences are clearly...
Posted: 21.11.2006
 
Dainik Sambet Sikhar, Raipur, Chattisgarh published a book named "Kirti Sugandh" on H.H.Acharya Mahapragyaji's 86th Birthday.

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