Jain Vidya (2): Publishers Note

Published: 01.01.2018
Updated: 01.01.2018

Childhood is the golden period of the life. The impressions that are acquired in this age, influence highly till the end of life. The impressions are acquired and nurtured through two sources- influence of the people and the books. If a child is accompanied with good people and good books, a pious and emotionally balanced personality is nurtured. Contrary to this, if a child is in bad company and read the unworthy stuffs then his life can never be beautified and realized. Present generation of students is before us. In the absence of morality and spirituality, the modesty, fairness in behavior and descipline are degrading day by day in their life. Hence the need of the time is- we must take efforts to train their young minds with good humane values. The reflection of those values will be seen in the society and nation. It is good that at present attention of whole country is driven towards the value-based education.

The people interested in classical studies believe that Jain philosophy and literature is an inalienable part of Indian culture of self-restraint. There is an important place of that in Indian literature. On one hand, those values promote the practice of restraint and austerities in life whereas on the other hand, they lay emphasis on integrated development of the citizens of the globe. Those teachings work on wide, non-restricted and universal plane that direct the right path of living to the people. Those ideal teachings are needed to be presented before the people in the simple and comprehensible literature. Jain Vishva Bharati, receiving direction of H. H. Acharya Shri Tulsi prepared such course books on Jain Vidya, under its branch Saman Sanskriti Sankaya.

Present book is prescribed for the course of Jain Vidya Entrance Examination, Class- II. Muni Shree Sumermalji has put his efforts in compiling and editing of this text book. We are very greatful to him.

I wish that the interest of students in Jain Vidya remain escalating day by day.

Best wishes.

Director

Samana Sanskriti Sankaya

Jain Vishva Bharati, Ladnun

Sources
Title: Jain Vidya (2)
Editor: Muni Sumermal (Sudarshan)
Translation: Dr. Samani Shashi Pragya
Publisher: Samana Sanskriti Sankaya, Jain Vishwa Bharati, Ladnun
20th Edition: 2013
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  1. Acharya
  2. Acharya Shri Tulsi
  3. Jain Philosophy
  4. Jain Vidya
  5. Jain Vishva Bharati
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  11. Tulsi
  12. Vidya
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