‘Mere Devdoot’ is a book by Tai Maa of short stories describing her ‘Angels’ (whether they are people, incidents, or encounters with birds or animals) that have shaped her spiritual journey.
Click here for one such story from her riveting book which describes how the practice of generosity and sharing can amazingly never deplete the giver as ‘One whose heart is big, will never face a shortage of anything’:
Acharyashriji was recently invited to meet Param Pujya Rakeshbhai at Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur. During this visit Acharyashriji viewed the activities undertaken by Shrimad Rajchandra ‘Love and Care’ and appreciated Param Pujya Rakeshbhai’s work, vision and philosophy.
The annual flag raising ceremony was conducted at Parshva Jinalay in Veerayatan Rajgir. Janvi Dhariwal and family of Pune were accorded the honor of hoisting the flag on this auspicious occasion.
Over 100 students of TMVM, Pawapuri participated in the Orange Education Global Olympiad tests for Science and Mathematics and qualified for the National level exams. These tests are not just examining what the children remember but also their understanding and the application of the knowledge, thus assessing the higher-level knowledge and skills which leads to deeper learning. Congratulations to all the successful participants who really excelled at this event. The students of TMVM Pawapuri and Lachhaur also produced splendid academic results in the end of year exams.
For more detail of the vibrant and varied range of activities taking place at Tirthankar Mahavir Vidya Mandir (TMVM), Pawapuri and Lachhuar,
Tremendous innovation in knowledge and community-based activities has had impactful results at the Veerayatan centre in Kutch with, among other activities,
From the four and a half year old children who beckoned Jineswar Bhagwan with a rendition of ' Come Come Jineswar', seven year old students showing how the Derasar Vidhi is performed, to the nine year old animal rights activists culminating in the grand finale of 'Mahavir Ke Santana', the entire assembly was brilliant. 'The performance was beyond Wow!! It was Outstanding!' was the consensus among all...
The Cerebral Palsy Project is proud to report the success of its three children who sat for national exams towards the end of 2018 and also the continuing success of feeding over 1000 children daily as part of the Porridge Programme...
The youths of today, the leaders of tomorrow!
With enthusiasm, with humility and with a smile, mingling with the guests and energies flowing at a high all throughout the evening, the youth teachers (aged 15-18) of Shri Chandana Vidyapeeth Jain School, North London put together a charity fund raising event to raise monies for two causes close to their heart – Veerayatan Nepal and Debra UK (a charity which supports people suffering from a skin condition, Epidermolysis Bullosa).
To find out more about this memorable event, view the video and
SCVP, South London has been meeting for learning sessions every Saturday morning since 1999, classes which were initiated by a handful of parents who were waiting while their children were attending the local SCVP weekly classes! As the interest of these parents in Jainism blossomed, a dedicated weekly class led by Dr Harshadbhai Sanghrajka incorporating training of SCVP South London teachers was held from 2005.