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  1. Bhaktamar stotra translation & Meaning in English

    Bhaktamar stotra translation pps part 1 of 2
    Bhaktamar stotra translation pps part 2 of 2

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  2. karma_in_a_nutshell

    karma_in_a_nutshell

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  3. Karma & its application

    For understanding the mechanism of Karma

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  4. Tattävartha Sutra ppt

    Introduction
    Who Am I
    Enlightened Person
    Six Universal Sub.
    Knowledge
    Anekätaväda
    Soul’s Link to the World
    Karmic Bondage
    Inhibiting and Wearing off Karma
    Vows
    14 Gunsthäns
    Meditation
    Liberation
     

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  5. Essence of Jainism

    Essence of Jainism

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  6. THE JAIN VIEW OF ENVIRONMENT

    THE JAIN VIEW OF ENVIRONMENT

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  7. SCIENTIFIC ESTIMATION OF PERIOD AND BIOGRAPHY OF BHAGWAN RISHABHDEV AND EXPLORING ASHTAPAD

    Author - Rajmal Jain
    ARIF and Physical Research Laboratory, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad , India
     

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  8. Medicinal Plants and Jainism

    Presentation by  Dr. Shuchita Jain, Lecturer in Botany
    Abstract -
    Nonviolence is fundamental principle of Jainism. Both are so intrinsically integrated that there is no exaggeration to connote both Jainism and nonviolence as synonyms. Jainism ordains that all plant forms along with even soils (including minerals, water, air, energy (fire) are life forms and should be treated as one’s own self and any form of cruelty or pain should not be inflicted. In Ayar Suttam, the most important canonical Jain scripture, there is very sensitive description of injury to plant and its parts equating it with same as injury to human body and any of its parts or organs. The plants experience and feel pain in the same way as the humans do.
    There is very elaborate and comprehensive description of various plant species and their products in Jain scriptures notably Tilloyapannati and Jambudweep Prajnapti.
    Devoted Jain people do not take modern allopathic medicines as violence is involved in their research and manufacture. By and large and as an established tradition, Jains depend on medicines based on plants. While working on U.G.C. project on survey of medicinal plants, it has been observed that availability of many such plant species are dwindling fast even if claimed to be the best protected forest areas in National parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
    It has also been observed that collection of medicinal plants by tribals is done in very cruel way. It is therefore necessary particularly for Jain people and organizations to take up propagation, collection and processing of medicinal plants in situ as well as in agricultural farms in accordance with Jain principles.
    The paper stresses the need of such studies establishing correlation between Jainism and plant science to conserve Phytodiversity vis a vis biodiversity which is the need of the hour to save planet earth.

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  9. About Jainism - Another ppt

    Traditions, Rituals, and Ceremonies Symbols & Icons Interesting Facts Key Figures, Founders & Beliefs  

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  10. Jainism - Scientific approach

    Jain basics

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