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Motivational Wallpaper #24

पर की आशा महादुःख
तो निःस्पृहभाव महासुख है

Standard Screen Widescreen Mobile
800×600 1280×720 iPhone
1024×768 1280×800 iPad-Vertical
1400×1050 1440×900
1600×1200 1920×1080  
  1920×1200  
  2560×1440  
  2560×1600  

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Your Cell Phone Is Killing You: Count the Ways

Your Cell Phone Is Killing You: Count the Ways

You’ll hit double digits before cancer ever enters the equation.

The scientific debate over whether or not mobile-phone use plants tumors in the ear, the brain and the trouser-pocket organs has ping-ponged from aye to nay since the dawn of the cell boom. With the entire mobile economy at stake, a definitive cancer link will probably remain on hold during the lifetime of the current crop of wireless consumers.

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Kamalaxmi attained omniscience with her son

Kamalaxmi attained omniscience with her son
There lived a poor brahmin named Vedsar in Laxmitilak town with his wife Kamalaxmi and son Vedavichakshana. The neighbouring king attacked Laxmitilak town. At that time, Kamalaxmi was out of the town to fetch water. Continue reading “Kamalaxmi attained omniscience with her son” »

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Maun Ekadashi

The festival of Maun Ekadashi (also known as Maun Agyaras) is an auspicious Jain festival which falls on the 11th day of the month Magshar (Magshar Sud 11). According to the English calendar, this year it falls on the 23rd of December, 2012.

A person who worships this day of Ekadashi with all the rites and rituals every year for a period of 11 years and 11 months is said to achieve salvation . Here is a short story depicting this – Continue reading “Maun Ekadashi” »

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Give some colors to life

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Kumar Kund

Kumar Kund
This Historical place speaks to us of the great King Kumarpal.

Ruler of eighteen countries and a strict follower of Ahimsa – Non-Violence ‘King Kumarpal’ brought here a pilgrimage on foot. Thousands of men and women joined. As they reached Palitana, King Kumarpal, refused to take the title of Sanghpati free and wear the Sanghmal. He said “Whoever offers more money should be given the chance of becoming Sanghvi. The ‘Chadhava’ bargain began. On one side was King Kumarpal and on other side was his own minister Vagbhatta. Continue reading “Kumar Kund” »

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Rayan Pagala

Rayan Pagala
Under the holy tree, we see here huge yellow foot prints of Lord Adinath covered with silver at the exact place where Lord himself sat and gave sermon. Hence Lord Adinath is ubiquitous here. Its pratistha was done by Karmasha in VS 1587. Continue reading “Rayan Pagala” »

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जयणा के उपकरण

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Knowledge first, compassion later

Knowledge first, compassion later

पढमं नाणं तओ दया

Knowledge first, compassion later

Compassion is the mother of religion and knowledge is the father. Through the combination of knowledge and compassion only religion can take birth, not otherwise. Continue reading “Knowledge first, compassion later” »

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The Twenty Sthanakas

The Twenty Sthanakas
Now the Master Vajranabha acquired strong Tirthankara-bodymaking and family-karma by the twenty sthanakas as follows. Of these the first is by worship of the Arhats and Arhat-statues, and by hymns of praise containing true events, avoiding blasphemy. The second is the celebration in words of the true state of emancipation with festivals of watching in the places where the siddhas attained perfection. Continue reading “The Twenty Sthanakas” »

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