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Acharya Tulsi - A Peacemaker Par Excellence: Lai Bahadur Shastri | U.N. Dhebar

Published: 24.05.2013

A Worshipper of Morality

Acharya Tulsi is a worshipper of morality based on nonvio­lence. He has nurtured a new Movement with seminars, conferen­ces and by writing a large number of books. The Anuvrat Movement has tried to attract almost every section of society and it has natu­rally left a deep imprint on the Jain community in particular. Morality blossoms forth more by example than by precept. Acharyashree himself has set the people a good example of righteous life so that they may emulate it in their lives as well.

Lai Bahadur Shastri
Former Prime Minister of India

Anuvrat Movement - A Unique Gift

Anuvrat is nothing if it is not the science of exemplary behav­iour. Beginning with the small things, it aims at amassing such vital power as may eventually be instrumental in the accomplishment of big things. A man should take the lead by practising it in his dealings with other people. He should behave with them in such a manner that he is able to win their hearts so that it may ultimately pave the way for complete elimination of the barriers of distance between them. It is possible only when he displays solicitude instead of indifference, friendship instead of hatred, and respect instead of enmity in his interaction with different people. It can be accomp­lished only by means of righteous conduct.

U.N. Dhebar
Former President, Indian National Congress

Editor, Translator, Publisher: S.L.Gandhi Courtesy: Dr. Prem Nath Jain, B Jain Publishers Ltd. 1. Edition: 1987
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