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ISJS is in the initial stage of planning to set-up office in Ahmedabad. In this regard Dr. Malay Patel & Mrs. Khyati Patel visited ISJS office and meet its management followed by a visit of Chairman of ISJS to Ahmedabad.
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International Symposium on the theme of “Jainism: Past, Present, & Future” on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at Vidyavihar, Mumbai organised by K. J. Somaiya Centre for Studies in Jainism in collaboration with ‘Prabuddh Jeevan’ Shree Mumbai Jain Yuvak Sangh. Click here for details.
Determinism in Shramanic Traditions. Edited by Shrinetra Pandey and Sanjali Jain. As the publication of books on important topics of Indic studies in general and Jain studies in particular is one of the main features of ISJS, ISJS is going to publish a book on Determinism in Shramanic Traditions. This book is basically a record of selected transactions in the seminar on Determinism in Shramanic Traditions: Their Moral and Ethical Effects organised by ISJS and Mangalayatan University on January 11 & 12, 2018 at Mangalayatan University, Aligarh.
Death of Jain Muni Tarun Sagar: Muni Tarun Sagarji, who had a massive following in Jain community, died on September 1, 2018. He was suffering from jaundice and admitted to a hospital for some days but his health failed to improve. Then he was brought to Radhapuri temple, Delhi where he opted for Santhārā, the Jain ritual of fast unto death. In the pious memory of Muni Tarun Sagarji Maharaj, a special envelop was released by the Postal Department, division-Varanasi at Head Post Office, Vishweshwarganj on September 26, 2018. Envelop was released by Shri Pranav Kumar, Post-master General, Varanasi.
Editors: Dr. Shrinetra Pandey & Mr. Sushil Jana
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