Good manners are basic elements that will instil a sense of etiquette in your children and make them better human beings when they grow up. They will find it easy to get along with people, succeed at work or school, and develop good relationships with others around them. A polite, considerate child will make the best impression on the world. So, start teaching your kids these manners when they are young, itself!
Perfect for encouraging early word recognition, your baby will love the playful images and bold type and would explore each one again and again. Flash card has 108 color photographs to look at and talk about, and 108 simple first words to read and learn, too.
Topics included in the flash cards are Panch Parmeshthi, 24 Lānchan, 14 Dreams,
8 Mahāpratihārya, Ashtamangal etc. These 108 flash cards are the perfect tool to help develop reading, writing, spelling and pronunciation skills in a joyful and interactive manner.
The main purpose behind this game is to put before the children some gem out of the enormous treasure of Jain stories. The child will come to know what are the types of actions which lead to births which are unpleasant and full of horrible experiences. He will also come to know what type of activities can lead to birth in existence which leads to pleasant experiences. Thus by knowing the two distinct categories of activity which lead to unpleasant births & pleasant births respectively, the child will be able to choose the better path which will purify his thoughts, words & deeds. Thus he will be saved from evil deeds of the nature.
The following 16 individuals revolve in human, sub-human, celestial or hellish existences in accordance to their good or bad deeds or practice the highest spiritual sadhna and attain liberation. This has been shown through the stories given in outline form.
The Jainism has divided the rotations of the wheel of time in two on the basic of their outcome. During the utsarpini period the Joys increase gradually and during avasarpini the woe multiply. Sixty-three men who influence the life on this planet are born during both utsarpini and avasarpini. They are called Tirthankars Chakravarties Vasudevas and Prativasudevas. In this saga the life and times of the distinguished personalities that were born during the present avasarpini times is described vividly.
Jain’s believe in soul, salvation the other world, good deeds, sins, action and religion. They admit that good deeds lead to happiness and sins to misery. So every soul should store Punya by performing good deeds. Those who desire to become supreme-being Paramatma should devote themselves to sacred deeds and devotional worship of Vimsati-sthanaka. A would be Tirthankara attains sufficient Punya to be Paramatma by worshipping some of these twenty elements less or more with deep devotion in the third birth prior to his last birth. Assuredly a soul cannot become a Tirthankara without this worship.
There is a difference of opinion about the names and order of the Padas. Diagrams of these Padas are made in different ways. Particular diagrams are not easy and possible.
Players simultaneously turn over the cards that they placed in the centre of the table and the game begins.
Without taking turns, players race to play cards from their hand, face up, on either of the center piles. To play a card, it must match at least one characteristic (color, shape or count) of the card on which it is played.
As cards are played, players refill their hand by taking cards from their own draw pile. Players may have up to three cards in their hand at any time.
The game continues until one of the players is completely out of cards from his or her hand and draw pile.