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May this New Year bring many opportunities to your way,

To explore every joy of life,

May your resolutions for the days ahead stay firm,

Turning all your dreams into reality…

and all your efforts into great achievements

       ******HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014*******

HAPPY DIWALI & Mahavira Moksh Kalyanak  and Keval Gyan Divas of Gautam Gandhar

Wishing you and your family a very happy and prosperous Mahavira Moksha Kalyanak -Nirvan Divas (Samvat 2041) and Very happy Deepawali 






Dear Friends,

The Festival of Self-Uplift-ment by the Holy Observation Of Ten Universal Virtue is now over and during this great festival of ten virtues owing to it’s being auspicious and a guide to right path of salvation I hope every one practiced and enjoyed.


Now on the auspicious occasion of The Kshamavani divas I seek Kshama yachna from all for hurting the feelings of any one knowingly or unknowingly in any form viz mentally, verbally or physically (man bachan or kaya se) directly or indirectly in any form any unpleasant and unwanted happenings.

I also forgive all living beings that may have caused any pain and suffering to me. 








 Jain minority scholarship 2014-15




12-8-2014 Devloke gaman of  Muni shri shanti sagar ji at Vidisha:-

click on the link for details:-

pdf-files/Dev loke gaman.pdf  




Here is the list of chaturmas -2014


Please check the link given below to know the complete details;-












Dated:-Tuesday. January 21,2014

Finally Jains get minority Status


The Union Cabinet on Monday agreed to grant the Jain community — followers of an ancient faith often confused to be a sect of Hinduism — the status of a “national minority”. This fulfils a long-standing demand by the 7-million-strong community that has sought to maintain its religious and cultural identity.

The proposal, pushed by minority affairs minister K Rahman Khan and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, could be a politically attractive one for the UPA government, months ahead of a general election

As a religious minority, Jains will qualify for constitutional safeguards and special policy attention alongside five other such religious minority groups: Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Parsis

 Jain community welcomes Cabinet decision on 'minority' tag

Under the Constitution, religious minorities enjoy special rights. For example, under Article 30, they can manage their own educational institutions without interference or opening them up for reservation for students from other communities. They also become eligible for funds under the government’s minority welfare programmes. In India, 15 per cent of all funds under various programmes must be targeted towards minorities.

Jains, an otherwise affluent minority, were fighting for “national minority” status mainly to protect and promote Jainism as a distinct faith and culture. Along with Hinduism and Buddhism, it is one of the three most ancient religious faiths in the subcontinent.

“A national minority status allows us to enjoy fundamental rights under Article 25 and Articles 26 to propagate our religion and also freedom to manage our religious affairs. Without this, our identity was eroding,” said Sanjeev Jain, an advocate of the cause.

Although Jainism has many shared concepts with Hinduism and Buddhism because of a common cultural background, scholars agree that the Jain tradition constitutes an independent faith.

Jains already enjoy minority status in 11 states. In 2005, the community’s representatives had moved the Supreme Court seeking a similar status nationally, a proposal backed by the National Minorities Commission. However, the top court had left the decision to the Centre.

v  Now jains will qualify for constitutional safe guards and special policy attention.

v  Manage their own educational institutions without any interference.

v  Eligible funds under the Governments minority programs.

v15% of all Govt funds under the various programs must be targeted towards minorities

There are number of other benefits under this category like scholarships to poor students and many more. For details one can refer to the gazette notification by the Govt of India and various state govts.




Chaturmas 2013:- The follwing is the list of Acharya permeshti shree , Upadhya permeshti shree ,Alachary ji, and muni maharaj ji with their places of having chaturmas :-

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News posted on 6-8-13


Param Shishya of Acharya shree 108 VARDHMAN sAGAR JI SHREE sOUMYA SAGAR JI proceeded for heavenly journey to Devloka at 7.10 AM

Om Arham namah....Namostu namostu.......Namostu


Shree digambar jain rattan tray jin mandir dwarka
Shilanayas of shikhar and main gate held on 23rd Dec’2012
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Dear all,

With blessings of param pujya alacharya shree  pragya sagar ji the ceremony of laying shilanayas of shikhar ji and the main entrance gate took place in presence of eminent personalities including   honourable member of parliament shri Mahabal Mishra.

The ceremony started with mangastak followed by jinvani stuti by respectable mata ji.

The ceremony for laying the shilanays of main gate took place by chanting mantra and other religious rituals to promote spiritual sentiments of Dwarka residents.

Thereafter muni shree and all dignitaries and others reached under the recently constructed dadri. The dadri is an inner dome under the shikhar ji which has been constructed by engraving the marble stones. The entire dadri work has been accomplished by the experts in architectural and engraving works of Jains temples. This is unique feature of shree Digamar jain Ratan Tray Jin Mandir at Dwarka. Puja archna took place here too.

After this Muni shree started the ceremony of Shikhar’s shilanyas at the terrace of the mandir ji-structure. Shri Shikhar chand jain resident of Agra who offered to construct the shikhar started puja at the brahm kund along with other persons at eight other kunds near the main RCC columns in all corners by placing kalsh and golden, silver and copper bricks.

The ceremony was completed after the hawan.

The function was concluded with great enthusiasm and muni shree left for chatalya where he is putting up.





 Shocking and Shameful act

Female foeticide: Woman doctor caught aborting girl child in Haryana

1.      Daughters are precious, don't kill them even before they are born - this was the message actor Aamir Khan wanted to spread through the first episode of his much talked-about TV show "Satyamev Jayate." Aamir talked at length about the alarming statistics on female foeticide and shared case studies - all with the aim of convincing the masses to discourage and help eradicate the social evil. So has the message reached all intended recipients? Well, contrary to the expectations of many, it seems not yet.


Reported by ND TV

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Jai Jinendra to all of members. of jainpushp...........Acharya Shree Vidhaya Sagar ji ke charon me Barambar Namaskar..

Dear All,

Today is festival of Akshaya Tritya. I congratulate all of you a very happy and prosperous Akshaya Tritya.  In India this day is celebrated as the day of prosperity and buys gold and ornaments etc.

For Jains this is a very special day. We all remember our first  tirthankar Rsabha Dev. Bhagwan Rsabha Dev received sugar cane juice for the first time after his continuous fast for six months from the hands of prince shreyans kumar. It was a happy occasion and every year on the day of  Tritya of Baishak sudi we celebrate  by distributing the sugarcane juice/ cold drinks etc.


Once again a very Happy Akshaya Tritya,




Dated 24-4-12




       Shilanyas ceremony of Shree Digambar Jain Ratantray Jin Mandir ji


It is a matter of great pleasure that on 25th March'2012 the shilanyas ceremony of Shree Digambar Jain Ratantray Jin Mandir ji Sector-10 Dwarka is being performed under the blessings of Prampujya Shewate Pichacharya Shree Vidhyanand ji and inpresence of Alacharya Shree Shrut SagarJi Maharaj and Prampujya Upadhaya shree Pragy Sagar Ji Maharaj as per the following program:

7.30 AM--------Flag Hoisting (DHAVAJ ROHAN)

(9.00 AM--------Shilanyas Jin Mandir,

Venue: shree Digambar Jain Ratantraya Jin Mandir , HAF Institutional Area Pocket A, Sector-10, Dwarka, new Delhi--110075 

All are cordially invited.

Mangalore, January 29,2012: The nine-day anointment (Mahamastakabhisheka celebrations) of the 35-foot monolith Venoor Bhagwan Shri Bahubali Swamy celebrations in Venur began on a colourful note on Saturday. Chief Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda inaugurated the celebrations.
  Mahamastakabhisheka is held once in every 12 years in a grand manner. Streets leading up to Akkangala Basadi, which is behind the statue of Bahubali, were decorated. The rituals leading up to Mahamastakabhisheka began with a procession led by a decorated elephant. The procession went in circumambulation around the site of Bahubali's statue. Several women dressed in identical saris walked behind the elephant in two lines holding kalashas. The kalashas contained water that would be used in the Mahamastakabhisheka rituals.
  Head of the Ajila princely family, Padmaprasad Ajila, poured the first kalasha of water, followed by his family members. A total of 108 kalashas of water were poured on the first day, besides many other items, including sandalwood paste and milk. The devotees poured water over the statue of Bahubali from a specially constructed platform and paid obeisance. A large number of devotees watched the proceedings. 
  The Ajila princely family is credited to have taken pains to install the statue – known as Naguva Gommata (the smiling Gommata) – in 1609 on the banks of the Phalguni river. The Heggade family was present. Before the formal inauguration, religious leaders, including Acharya 108 Gunadharanandi Maharaj, addressed the devotees. The acharya said that Gandhi and Anna Hazare followed the concepts of ahimsa which were propounded by Mahaveera. Devotees frequently raised slogans of “Bahubali ki jai” and “Parshwanath swamy ki jai”. 
  By the end of the formal programme, the number of people swelled. Several book stalls selling books related to the Jain history and religion were set up near the venue. Hundreds of people visited the basadi of Chandranatha Swami which is behind the statue of Bahubali. 
  Earlier, Mr. Gowda said that a Jain Adhyayana Peetha would be set up in Mangalore University and allocations would be made in the next budget. The peetha would help spread the Jain philosophy among the people. Mr. Gowda requested the Special Representative of the Karnataka Government in Delhi, Dhananjay Kumar, to ensure that funds meant for minorities also reached the Jain community. He was responding to Acharya 108 Gunadharanandi Maharaja's remark that although the government released Rs. 400 crore for minorities every year, only Rs. 2 crore had reached the Jain community. He said that he would look into the demand for providing reservation to the Jain community. Source: The Hindu

Dated 10-2-2012

The auspicious shri 1008 Mejinendra Punch Kalyanak pratistha Mahautsav will be held at Digambar Jain Mandir, Ram Nagar, Sahadra, Delhi during 17th Feb to 23 Feb’2012 in presence of Param Pujya acharya shree 1008 Vidhyabhushan Sanmati Sagar Ji with his Sesangh.  Attend the function to make it a success.

Dated 25-1-2012

The Andhra Pradesh State Government has declared that along with Muslims and Christians, Jains too will be considered as religious minorities in the state hereafter. This means that the Jains will have privileges like running educational institutions etc. for their community. As per the 2001 census, there are around 41,486 Jains in the state out of a total population of 7.6 crore which amounts to ...around 0.1 per cent. The minorities welfare department issued the orders on Tuesday declaring the Jain community as a religious minority in the state following a representation from the Shri Bharatvarshiya Digamber Jain (DS) Mahasabha. It was stated in the representation that as per Article 30 of the Indian Constitution, Jains can be declared as a minority based on religion and language. Reacting to this in 2007, the then minority affairs minister, Mr A. R. Antulay, had written to the former CM, Y. S. Rajasekhar Reddy, informing him that a religious community, which was less than 0.5 per cent of the population, would definitely fall under the minority category and had to be notified by the state government as a religious minority. In July, 2010, the minority affairs ministry had confirmed that for the purpose of determining minority, the unit taken into consideration should be the state and not the country.

Source: Bharatvarshiya Digamber Jain Mahasabha



 Dear all,

Jain Festival Deepawali :

It is a very important day for the Jains. On this day, Kartika Krishna 14, (dawn of the amavasya) during the swati nakshatra, Lord Mahavira attained Nirvana -A state of absolute bliss. The Lord discarded the body and the bondage of all Karmas on that night, at Pavapuri and attained Mukti or deliverance.

According to tradition, the chief disciple of lord Mahavira, Gandhar Gautam Swami also attained complete knowledge (Kevalgyana) on this day, thus making Diwali one of the most important Jain festivals.

The Gods from all the four four Celestial illuminated Pavanagari by lamps to mark this occasion.

It is also the bigining of Jains New Year. Diwali is the festival of lights and celebration. Lightening of the lamps symbolises as lightening the lamp of knowledge /gyan. Lightening up a diya also means moving from darkness to light.

Since that time, Jains celebrate the famous festival of "Diwali" to worship the Jinendra (i.e. Lord Mahavira) on the occasion of his nirvana for attaining the Kevalgyana by Gandhar Gautam Swami Ji.

On this occasion On behalf of Jain pushp I wish all of you a very happy, prosperous and best of everything  Happy Deepawali.

May this Deepawali bring and shower peace, harmony, joy and happiness in your life.







Shocking news: 


We are looking to organize nationwide movement on 19th May 2011 against the illegal detention of Jain Muni Shri Maitri Prabhsagarji, who was on his fast unto death against licenses to new slaughter houses in Uttar Pradesh. U.P. Govt disruped the movement by hook and crook and ordered the city police to arrest the Honourable Jain Monk on his 17th day of fast unto death at 2 am in deep night at Baraut.

Jain monks never use any vehicle and also do not walk from one location to other in the night but dispite knowing the fact UP police has shown disrespect to code of conduct to Jain Monks and picked him up in their Jeep in the night and sent him to an unkown place. This act of police is wholesome dishonour of Jain Tradition and Jainism at large. The UP Police has also stopped Munishri Chinmay sagarji who was on his way to meet Munishri Maitri Prabh sagarji.

U.P. Govt and U.P. Police has to apologize publicly for their misdeed. To achieve this, we would need support from every corner of nation.

There would be a big rally at Delhi  on 19th May 2011. You could do following activities at your places on this same day :

.     Organize rallies and gather maximum participation and approach collector/DM/SP and submit them protest letter with maximum signatures. (Please find the protest letter attached herewith)

.     Close your shops/factories/offices for 2-3 hrs to show protest and suppport for the movement.

.     Publish your protest activity in local newspaper and news channel; please let us know about your efforts @ pashuraksha@gmail.com.

.     Flood the email of CM of Uttar Pradesh: cmup@nic.in with protest letters/emails.

Let us make it very clear that we shall not take disregard of our Munis lightly. UP Govt. and UP Police has to make a public apology for the misdeed they have done.

Shocking news: UP Police has arrested , 108 shree  Muni Maitriprabh Sagar ji in deep night (11th -12th  night) at 2 am

108 shree  Muni Maitriprabh Sagar ji is  on 17th day of Aanshan fast without food and water in this  scorching hot weather. 108 shree  Muni Maitriprabh Sagar ji is fasting for the reason that new licenses have been issued for the slaughter houses.  Muni Maitriprabh Sagar ji was arrested by UP police at 2AM on the night of 11-12th May’2011 along with number of jain followers.  Utter pradesh Government did not permit shree108 Muni Shri Chinmaysagar ji [JUngle wale baba] – (Disciple of Acharya VidyaSagar ji) to Enter in Baraut City, Muni Shri Maitri sagar ji founded in Guru Teg bahadur Hospital, New Delhi.

      There is no support  as such from any corner. Media is busy in covering political news. Jains do not have vote banks and political resources. We are busy in fighting either being Digambar, Swetamar & Terapanthi or on other pretext. There is no solidarity or Ekta.  No strong will to come forward to fight for a noble cause for which muni shree is fasting for the last 17 days.

Let us join hands to support and achieve our aim “Ahimsa Parmo Dharma” by spreading this news to all interested friends and relatives.     

Also go through the TOI link as follows:


Yours truly,

dharma, www.jainpush.org

Dear friends,  

Things to be learned from Japan from the recent calamity.

An 9.0 magnitude earthquake and a 10 meter high tsunami wave hit northeastern Japan at 2.46pm on Friday March 11. Thousands of people have  died and hundreds of thousands are affected. Thereafter the fears of a nuclear disaster have made the life hell for Japanese. In good days They help India in number of projects and some of these are still going on.

 How they mange the things at this hour of disaster is a lesson for all of us. Some of the Qualities are as given below:

1.      THE CALM
 Not a single visual of chest-beating or wild grief. Sorrow itself has been
2.       THE DIGNITY
Disciplined queues for water and groceries. Not a rough word or a crude
3.       THE ABILITY
The incredible architects, for instance. Buildings swayed but didn’t fall.
4.       THE GRACE
People bought only what they needed for the present, so everybody could get
5.       THE ORDER
No looting in shops. No honking and no overtaking on the roads. Just
Fifty workers stayed back to pump sea water in the N-reactors. How will
they ever be repaid?
Restaurants cut prices. An unguarded ATM is left alone. The strong cared
for the weak
The old and the children, everyone knew exactly what to do. And they did
just that.
9.       THE MEDIA
They showed magnificent restraint in the bulletins. No silly reporters.
Only calm reportage.
When the power went off in a store, people put things back on the shelves
and left quietly

* Anyone who intend to send donations should contact Red Cross: The Japanese Red Cross has already deployed 11 disaster-response teams, but you can support the organization by donating money. Similar to its efforts in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, the Red Cross is accepting donations online or via text message. Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 from your phone

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/03/11/five-ways-you-can-help-earthquake-and-tsunami-victims-in-japan/#ixzz1IGcisgbg

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Shri Bharatvarshiya Digamber Jain (Dharm Sanrakshini) Mahasabha

Shri  Bharatvarshiya  Digamber  Jain (Dharm Sanrakshini)  Mahasabha is the oldest organization amongst all the presently existent Jain  organizations, which is celebrating century after passing 103 years of its life time. It has not only achieved success by contributing its entirety to several social, religious and political struggles but has greatly influence on Jain samaj. 

 Jain Gazette:  Jain Gazette is weekly preface of Shri Bharatvarshiya Digamber Jain (Dharm Sanrakshini) Mahasabha and it is being published regularly for the last 103 years. About fifty thousand readers read it every week. Publication of Jain Gazette is made every Thursday from Lucknow. It is the oldest chief paper amongst Jain newspapers. Jain Gazette, at times, has provided very useful religious, social, principled and multipurpose matter to Digamber Jain Society.

Now Jain Gazette weekly is available on line. Just click on the following link to view the same and to update latest news and various attractive articles:

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  Shri Bharatvarshiya Digamber Jain (Teerth Sanrakshini) Mahasabha

Shri Bharatvarshiya Digamber Jain (Teerth Sanrakshini) Mahasabha a unit of Shri Bharatvarshiya Digamber (Teerth Sanrakshini) Jain  Mahasabha was established on 5th February 1998. Its main aim is to uplift, repair and conserve the old Jain temples, monuments and idols of importance. A very good monthly magazine of culture security is being published by this organization. The present management includes 

President:       Nirmal Kumar Sethi                    
Mahamantri:  Madanlal bazz                                  
Babulal Chabbra

Central Office:  Shri Bharavarshya Diganber Jain (Teerth Sanrakshini) Mahasabha
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