Many a time we just worship god blindly without understanding his innumerable virtues. It is in fact, impossible to comprehend the lord in true sense, because of our physical and intellectual limits. This book acquaints the children with the concept of Jineshwara and thus adore him with open eyes and open minds.
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.
A guru transforms a soul into a supreme soul.
A guru vanquishes the evil karmas.
A guru destroys the darkness of ignorance.
A guru preaches the values that elevate a spirit
A guru turns trials into triumphs.
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.