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    INSTRUCTIONS

    NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 4+

    SETTING UP : Divide your group into 2 teams and keep the pile of cards face down in the center

    HOW TO PLAY :

    • Keep a timer of 30 seconds for each player’s turn
    • Every card has a Guess World (topmost word on the card) and a list of prohibited words
    • Teams take turns picking a card from the draw pile, quietly reading the words on the card before giving it to a player from the opposite team
    • This player has to describe the Guess Word on the card to their team without using any prohibited words
    • The guessing team has to call out the correct word within 30 seconds to win the round
    • The card is to be retained by the team on winning a round
    • If the player explaining the word, uses any prohibited word, the opponent team can point it out and the playing team loses that round and the card goes back to the bottom of the pile

    WINNING THE GAME : The team to win the maximum number of rounds wins the game.

  • 150

    Samayik is the path to become like Parmatma, because through Samayik our vices are converted into virtues.

    Through this book you will learn

    • Learn the importance of Samayik
    • All the required upkaran for doing Samayik & their importance
    • Complete vidhi of taking Samayik
  • 2200

    The eight auspicious symbols Swastika, Shrivasta, Nandhyavarta, Vardhamanaka, Bhadrasana, Kalasha, Minyugala and Darpan are exquisitely carved and decorated in pure wood which is meant to bring good fortune. It is mostly hung outside the house on the door for good luck and peace. A best gift for inauguration of houses and offices and other occasions too.

  • 5000

    The 23rd Tirthankar Lord Parshvanath has been elegantly and finely carved in many different layers with minute details in pure wood in a sitting posture (Padmaasan) which gives a beaming effect to the on lookers creating a spiritual environment and mental peace and satisfaction. Best gift for any kind of occasion.

  • 2700

    An exclusive artistic expression of Navkar Mantra elegantly carved in original wood with the ashtamangal surrounding it enhances a sense of spirituality. An exclusive and an evergreen gift for any sort of event.

  • 2700

    The beauty of Lord Mahavir sitting on a lotus in the Padmaasan state gives an electrifying radiance of sacredness and holiness compelling the on lookers to fall in the depth of spirituality. It also helps a person in meditation. One of the best gifts to gift in any occasion.

  • 2000

    The great Navkar Mahamantra with Lord Mahavir in Padmaasan state carved in original wood makes the entire atmosphere peaceful and positive. The carving gives a life to the wooden idol which makes the lookers reach a state of bliss. The best gift to give someone.

  • 0

    The significance of the auspicious 14 swapnas is depicted in this exquisite frame. These auspicious swapnas are meant to bring good fortune and peace. Darshan of these auspicious 14 dreams is also recommended during pregnancy & has great effect on the child & mother. One of the best gifts for any kind of occasion.

  • 1100

    AAAUM (or just “Om”) is one syllable short form of the initials of the five parameshthis: “Arihant, Asharira, Acharya, Upajjhaya, Muni”. The Om symbol is also used in ancient Jain scriptures to represent the five lines of the Navakar mantra, which is the most important part of the daily prayer in the Jain religion.
    Om is a great tool for manifesting positive things in your life. Chanting Om calms your mind and helps you bring in positive energy into your body. You can control your anger by chanting Om on a regular basis. Stress lies in your mind and chanting Om can release stress from your mind.

    It signifies the essence of the ultimate reality, consciousness or Paramatman. More broadly, it is a syllable that is chanted either independently or before a spiritual recitation in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The meaning and connotations of Om vary between the diverse schools within and across the various traditions. It is also part of the iconography found in ancient and medieval era manuscripts, temples, monasteries and spiritual retreats in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

    Here are the Health Benefits of Om Chanting :

    • Helps to Improve Concentration. …
    • Reduces Stress and Anxiety. …
    • Rejuvenating & Pacifying. …
    • Gives Strength to Spinal Cord. …
    • Detoxifies Body. …
    • Improves Functioning of Heart & Digestive System. …
    • Ensures Sound Sleep. …
    • Makes You Emotionally Stable. …
  • 2700

    AAAUM (or just “Om”) is one syllable short form of the initials of the five parameshthis: “Arihant, Asharira, Acharya, Upajjhaya, Muni”. The Om symbol is also used in ancient Jain scriptures to represent the five lines of the Navakar mantra, which is the most important part of the daily prayer in the Jain religion.
    Om is a great tool for manifesting positive things in your life. Chanting Om calms your mind and helps you bring in positive energy into your body. You can control your anger by chanting Om on a regular basis. Stress lies in your mind and chanting Om can release stress from your mind.

    It signifies the essence of the ultimate reality, consciousness or Paramatman. More broadly, it is a syllable that is chanted either independently or before a spiritual recitation in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The meaning and connotations of Om vary between the diverse schools within and across the various traditions. It is also part of the iconography found in ancient and medieval era manuscripts, temples, monasteries and spiritual retreats in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

    Here are the Health Benefits of Om Chanting :

    • Helps to Improve Concentration. …
    • Reduces Stress and Anxiety. …
    • Rejuvenating & Pacifying. …
    • Gives Strength to Spinal Cord. …
    • Detoxifies Body. …
    • Improves Functioning of Heart & Digestive System. …
    • Ensures Sound Sleep. …
    • Makes You Emotionally Stable. …
  • 1100

    The Lotus flower is regarded in many different cultures, especially in eastern religions, as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth. Its characteristics are a perfect analogy for the human condition: even when its roots are in the dirtiest waters, the Lotus produces the most beautiful flower.

    Besides being the name of a popular yoga pose, the lotus flower is considered a symbol of (re)birth, self-realization and spiritual enlightenment. Born in dark, muddy waters, it is known to transform into a flower that shows its beautiful petals above the surface.

  • 2000

    The Lotus flower is regarded in many different cultures, especially in eastern religions, as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth. Its characteristics are a perfect analogy for the human condition: even when its roots are in the dirtiest waters, the Lotus produces the most beautiful flower.

    Besides being the name of a popular yoga pose, the lotus flower is considered a symbol of (re)birth, self-realization and spiritual enlightenment. Born in dark, muddy waters, it is known to transform into a flower that shows its beautiful petals above the surface.

  • 250

    INSTRUCTIONS

    NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2-4

    SETTING UP : Scatter all the cards facing down on a large surface.

    PLAYING THE GAME :

    • Everyone simultaneously starts looking of the face-down cards by turning them one of a time. If you don’t need the card, keep it back face-down.
    • Place the first card you pick in front of you, face up (side with the objects up)
    • Now look for a card which has at least one object in common with the card in front of you and place it to the right of this card.
    • Continue to form a sequence of cards by looking for cards which have one object in common with the card on the right.
    • As soon as a player has seven cards in a row, they let the other players know. This player wins the round if the cards are correctly arranged and keeps the cards.
    • Rest all players return the collected cards back to the center pile. The game starts again.
    • The game continues till no more sequences can be formed with the cards kept in the center pile.

    WINNING THE GAME :
    The player with the maximum number of cards at the end of the game, wins!

  • 250

    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.

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    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.

    Stories:

    1. Procession of King Dashaambhadra
    2. Bharat Chakravarti
    3. Hell’s view in Mrugaa’s Mind
    4. Gandhar Goutamswaami
    5. Naagashri offering bitter gourd
    6. Chittmuni explaining to Brahmadutt Chakravarti
    7. Kundrik Muni
    8. Sourikdutt catching fish
    9. Nand Maniyaar born as frog
    10. Sumukh
    11. Mother giving Khir to Sangam
    12. Meruprabh Elephant saves a rabbit
    13. King Shrenik Mother Bharda Shaalibhadra
    14. Balbhadra Baldev
    15. Dhannaa saint in penance
    16. Dev examines Kamdev