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Mahaparva Paryushan   & Samvatsari Category : Terapanth Events
Posted on  : August 15, 2010, 1:12 am Author : os
Click to Enlarge! Samvatsari – The day that comes only once a year after much preparations is known as ‘Samvatsari’. This is the day that arrives after the religious period of ‘Samvotsar’. In fact this festival is also called ‘Paryushan’. This period of ‘samvotsar’ comes 50 days after and 70 days before the close of the chaturmas period. Sometimes the ‘samvotsar’ may vary between 49 days after and 71 days before the close of the ‘chaturmas’ or the four month period.
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Terapanth - Pratikraman Category : Faith and Theology
Posted on  : August 14, 2010, 11:57 am Author : os
Every year, at least once a year, we do an annual rite, called Samvatsari Pratikraman, in which we hear the summary of Jainism. The Pratikraman is done on the last day of Paryushan, the days of Jain festival. Usually these days come in August or September, depending upon the lunar calendar for the year.
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THE ANUVRAT Category : Anuvart
Posted on  : August 14, 2010, 6:53 am Author : os
A constructive Endeavour Towards A Nonviolent Multicultural Society The Anuvrat Movement has been engaged in the noble task of uplifting human life and revitalizing the rapidly crumbling moral and spiritual values among the people of the world irrespective of casts, creed and colour for the last three and a half decades.
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ACHARYASHRI MAHAPRAGYA
(14TH JUNE 1920 – 9TH MAY 2010) HEAD OF THE JAIN SHVETAMBARA TERAPANTH SANGH
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Mahavira’s Economics
Human beings can be divided into three categories: Those who think about the future, those who think about the present and those who think about the past. Looking at the past and thinking about it is nothing very great. Review of the past may be useful in giving a certain turn to
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MEMORABLE QUOTES FROM ACHARYA SHREE TULSEE
Money can buy books but not knowledge; it can procure medicine but cannot ensure health, can get servants, can build temples but cannot inspire devotion.rnIt is made easy to avoid many frustrations and the maladies resulting from them if an atmosphere of freedom prevails in the f
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Acharya Shree Bikhsuji was the first of the 'Terapanthi' ascetic. The various beliefs and teachings of the religious orders of those times greatly influenced his thinking and he chose to follow
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HISTORY OF JAIN - TERAPANTH
Crucial Ideology Jainism:- Jainism is the oldest living religion. It was originally founded by Bhagwan Rishaba in the pre-historical era. Rishabha was the first Jina hence he is often called  Adi-natha, the first lord.He is mentioned in most of the Hindu Puranas, Markandeya, K
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Jainism by Annie Besant
Brothers: We shall find ourselves this morning in a very different atmosphere from that in which we were yesterday, and in which we shall be tomorrow. We shall not now have around us the atmosphere of romance, of chivalry, that we find both in the faith of Islam and in that of t
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Non-violence - Ahimsa Truth - Satya Non-stealing - Achaurya or Asteya Celibacy/Chastity - Brahmacharya Non-attachment/Non-possession - Aparigraha
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