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Niśadina jōvuṁ vāṭaḍī

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Niśadina jōvuṁ vāṭaḍī
ghara āvō rē ḍhōlā,
Muja sarikhī tuja lākha hai
mērē tū hī mamōlā.

…Niśadina.1

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Motivational Wallpaper #28

इस जगत में माता-पिता, मालिक व गुरुदेव इन तीनों के उपकार कभी भी चुकाये नहीं जा सकते

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Take no interest in enmity

Take no interest in enmity

वैराइं कुव्वइ वेरो,
तओ वेरेहिं रज्जति

An enemy nurtures enmity and takes interest only in that

Blood spot is not washed by blood. It can be washed by water. Similarly, enmity cannot be overcome by enmity. That can be won through peace, forgiveness, forbearance, love. However, some persons are such that they want to conquer enmity with enmity. Such people want to extinguish fire by kerosene, not through water. What sort of foolishness is this? Continue reading “Take no interest in enmity” »

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Motivational Wallpaper #26

वही सबसे तेज चलता है जो अकेला चलता है

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Paryushan Mahaparva – Fifth Duty

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Abhinandana jina! Darisaṇa tarasī’ē

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Śrī Abhinandana Jina Stavana
Rāga: Dhan’yāsiri-sindhu’ō – “āja nihējō rē dīsē nā’īlō rē…” Ē dēśī

Abhinandana jina! Darisaṇa tarasī’ē,
darisaṇa duralabha dēva;
Mata mata bhēdē rē jō ja’ī pūchī’ē,
sahu thāpē ahamēva.

…Abhinandana.1

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Kamalshri took birth as a dog and monkey

Kamalshri took birth as a dog and monkey
There were two brothers named Shivbhuti and Vasubhuti. Shivbhuti’s wife was attracted towards her husband’s younger brother Vasubhuti and tried to seduce him. Vasubhuti was agitated by her obscenity and thought, “Alas! these passions and attachments claim unworthy demands. I will not surrender myself to them.’’ With the feeling’s of asceticism, he took vows. Kamalshri came to know about this. She still longed him and didn’t confess her verbal and mental sins. Therefore, she had to take birth as a bitch after death. Continue reading “Kamalshri took birth as a dog and monkey” »

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Otherwise No Moksha

Otherwise No Moksha

कडाण कम्माण न अत्थि मोक्खो

Liberation is not possible without reaping the consequences of your actions

What will happen to the one who keeps his fingers on the lighted lamp? He will feel the heat and his fingers would start burning. After this feeling, even if his fingers are removed from the lighted lamp his pain will continue for some more days. Continue reading “Otherwise No Moksha” »

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Suraj Kund

Suraj Kund
This place itself is a history book with its every page a golden leaf.

King Mahipal was diseased with leprosy. Taking bath in this water reservoir his leprosy was cured and it disappeared as if in thin air. Continue reading “Suraj Kund” »

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Shelaka Acharya

Shelaka Acharya
King of Manduka Country, Shelak was very much impressed by the sermon of Thavacchaputra and he took 12 vows of Shravak-laymen. Again, when ShukaAcharya came in that country, his sleeping soul awoke and he abandoned the whole kingdom, opted and took diksha. Panthak with five hundred ministers also did the same. Gradually Muni Shelak was made Acharya and Leader of 500 pupils. Once, his body was overpowered by some unknown disease. When he came in Manduka Country, his worldly son King Manduka heartily requested him to stay and be cured by doctors. Continue reading “Shelaka Acharya” »

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