Penance is an integral part of Jainism. It appears very boring, harsh and scary to a beginner but is very easy when ventured into it. This book is written with an aim to initiate the children into easy penance.
Prayer is a face to face interaction with god. It begins with we asking god to fulfill our material needs and finally leads to reaching the god. It is essential to know the basic meaning of our hymns, so lets learn them now.
Why pray? It’s simple, to talk with God and to get His direction for our lives. God is so good and will help us when we are happy, sad, sick or even when we’re in trouble. God will give us wisdom, strength and understanding if we only ask Him. When we pray our relationship with God grows.
This small book introduces its readers to Jainism. It explains the philosophy and principles to Jainism in a lucid style. It also shows how to apply the teachings of the enlightened ones in our daily times and thus finally achieve nirvana.
This book acquaints the tiny tots with the importance of character; for character is the foundation on which the future of a child is built. This book also acquaints the young ones with the dangers disguised in various pleasant forms which subsequently ruin their lives.
Perhaps no religion has championed the cause of non-violence like the Jains. The enlightened arihantas preached how we should follow nonviolence in our day to day life, So that we live and let others live. Dwidal is a small book which shows how by combining two articles of food, we cause breeding and destroying of innumerable micro-oraganisms. A must for children as well as parents.