21.05.2009 ►Ahimsa Yatra ►Ladnun

Posted: 21.05.2009
Updated on: 29.11.2012
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Acharya Mahapragya & Yuvacharya Mahashraman during opening ceremony of the National Virtue Development Camp
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250 Teenagers from all over India marching in the JVB premises during the opening ceremony of Camp

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Acharya Mahapragya & Yuvacharya Mahashraman during opening ceremony of the National Virtue Development Camp

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National Virtue Development Camp has been started in Ladnun

Acharya Mahapragya in his address of opening ceremony of National Virtue Development Camp said that special stress to be given to develop the Jain philosophy intellectuals. Today person is choosing MBBS, Engineering, C.A. as their carrier which is good from the view of economic prosperity but the attention towards building virtues & character become vanishing simultaneously. Hence some children should target to become the experts in Indian philosophy and to be a Jain Intellectuals.

We have the inbuilt characteristics of morality & generosity but polish is required to remove the dust gathering over. This training camp is to polish out the virtues so that the inner personality also glitters with the outer one.

This camp is organized by Jain Shwetamber Terapanthi Mahasabha in which nearly 250 participants from all corners of India are participating.

 

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Inauguration of National Sanskar Building Camp


Make a good to become a Jain Scholar: Acharya Mahapragya

Ladnun 21 May.

 

The Inauguration of 10 days National Sanskar Building Camp was held by Jain Svetambar Terapanthi Sabha and was presided by Acharya Mahapragya and Yuvacharya Mahashraman in the Ahimsa Bhavana of the Jain Vishva Bharati. All the participants of the Shivira entered the Ahimsa Bhavan with the procession accompanied by the slogans recitations. The uniform of the participants of camp really attracted everybody. In scorching hot also the enthusiasm of the participants is praiseworthy.

In the inaugural speech Anuvrat Anushasta Acharya Mahapragya spoke, today everybody is eager to become an engineer, C.A. M.BA etc. this sort of education is good form the economic perspective but it lacks the perspective of moral values. Few participants should come foreword to become a scholar of Indian Philosophy and especially Jain philosophy. The entire livelihood of the Jain scholar would be undertaken by the authorities Jain Vishva Bharati. He further spoke that now it is too hot but if our brain is calm and cool, hotness will not bother anybody. In this camp training in morality must be given.

Yuvacharya Mahashraman told such camps are necessary for forming samskaras in the children and for imparting Jain Vidya. After a long gap this kind of National camp is held. It is a good step to empower the students of Gyanshala.
Mukhya Niyojika Sadhvi Vishrut Vibha ji told that through such camps the dream of making Jain scholars can be fulfilled. Sadhvi Shubra Prabha ji told that in this camp spiritual, behavioural knowledge and training for the holistic development will be given. In her speech, she emphasised on the dedication, discipline, dutifulness and time bound.

On behalf of the Jain Svetambar Terapanthi Mahasabha the co-ordinator of National Sanskar Building Camps Bhupendra Mutha expressed his gratitude for organizing this camp. Camp began with the mangalacharana of Arham Vandna. The convener of this entire inaugural session was Muni Jitendra Kumar and vote of thanks was given by Abhayraj Kothari.

 

The Speech of Children was admired by Everybody

 

Ladnun 21 May.

 

The participants from Bangalore performed a stage programme in this national camp. Their way of fearless expression really compelled the audience to show their gladness through om arham. In this speech of small kids, they expressed the purpose of coming into this camp in this era of fast western culture domination. In this camp the training in discipline would be given. Near about 175 students of 50 states participated in this camp.

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English Captions: Mahima Bokariya