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Acharya Tulsi - A Peacemaker Par Excellence: Historic Celebrations

Published: 04.05.2013
Updated: 04.05.2013

Acharyashree has had a long span of Acharyaship. It has given him some rare opportunities of work. He made a detailed plan for utilizing the opportunities for constructive ventures. Its spontane­ous result has been the organization of a series of historic celebra­tions during his period of Acharyaship. Some of the most important of them are as follows:

  • Sthirvas Centenary Celebration, 1957, Ladnun,
  • Terapanth Bicentary Celebration, Kelwa (Rajasthan) July 8, 1960.
  • Maryada Mahotsava Centenary Celebration, Feb, 8,1965.
  • Lord Mahavira's 2500th Anniversary Celebration, November 18,1974.
  • Jayacharya Nirvan Centenary Celebration, Delhi, August 26, 1981.

Some of the celebrations were held in honour of Acharyashree's contributions to the Dharm Sangh. They are mentioned below:

  • Dhaval Samaroh (Silver Jubilee of Acharyaship) March 1,1962. A felicitation volume was presented to Acharyashree by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan on this occasion.
  • A celebration to confer the title of Yugpradhan Acharya on him, Bidasar, February 4, 1971.
  • Shashtipurti Samaroh (Celebration marking his completion of 60 years) November 16, 1974.
  • Deeksha Kalyanak, Ladnun, 23 December 1975.

Amrit Mahotsava celebration marking the completion of 50 years of his Acharyaship was celebrated at the national level recently.

Editor, Translator, Publisher: S.L.Gandhi Courtesy: Dr. Prem Nath Jain, B Jain Publishers Ltd. 1. Edition: 1987
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  1. Acharya
  2. Bidasar
  3. Deeksha
  4. Delhi
  5. Dharm
  6. Jayacharya
  7. Kalyanak
  8. Kelwa
  9. Ladnun
  10. Maryada
  11. Maryada Mahotsava
  12. Rajasthan
  13. Samaroh
  14. Sangh
  15. Terapanth
  16. Yugpradhan
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