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Digamber Jain Mandir Melbourne Project

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DJSM Mandir Nirman Sankalp

🙏जय जिनेंद्र 🙏 मेल्बर्न में दिगम्बर जैन मंदिर के निर्माण के संकल्प को पूर्ण करने के लिए DJSM परिवार के सदस्यों ने बारी बारी मंदिर निर्माण होने तक अपनी क्षमता अनुसार उपवास या एकासन करने का संकल्प लिया है। प्रतिदिन एक या अधिक सदस्य मंदिर निर्माण के पूर्ण होने तक इस संकल्प का पालन करेंगे| … DJSM Mandir Nirman SankalpRead More » ...
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Principles of Jainism

To cause no harm to living beings

Not to take anything that is not willingly given

To control the senses including mind from indulgence

To always speak the truth in a harmless manner

To detach from people, places and material things



दशलक्षण का दसवां पर्व – उत्तम

🙏 जय जिनेंद्र 🙏 आज का दिन उत्तम ब्रह्मचर्य  के रूप में मनाया जाता है Day 10: Uttam Brahmacharya This day celebrates Uttam Brahmacharya meaning Supreme Chastity ब्रह्मचर्य – सद्गुणों का अभ्यास करना और अपने को पवित्र रखना। Shloka: शील-बाढ नौ...

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दशलक्षण का नौवां पर्व – उत्तम आकिंचन

🙏 जय जिनेंद्र 🙏 आज का दिन उत्तम आकिंचन के रूप में मनाया जाता है आकिंचन – किसी भी चीज में ममता न रखना। अपरिग्रह स्वीकार करना। Day 9: Uttam Akinchan This day celebrates Uttam Akinchan meaning Supreme Non Attachment Shloka:...

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Who we are?

We are a Not-For-Profit organisation registered with the government of Australia with the aim to promote the principles of "Jainism". Established in the year 2008 in the city of Melbourne, the focus of this committee is to integrate the ancient beliefs of Jainism into the daily lives of all its ardent followers. The committee conveys the Jain teachings of a life of doing no harm to anyone or anything, as well as renouncing all material belongings as a way to attaining the ultimate goal of nirvana, or eternal peace.

Our Mission

Promote Jainism

To teach, promote and propagate the doctrine of the religion of Jainism along with tenets of Jain philosophy, namely, Ahimsa, Anekant and Aparigraha.​

Communal Harmony

To promote understanding & amity between different communities, faiths & traditions of the world through the practice of non-violence, & peaceful existence.


To propagate the culture of 'Live, Let Live and to help Let Live' encompassing not only human beings, but all living beings as well as the vibrant elements of nature.

Social Service

To propagate the culture of 'Live, Let Live and to help Let Live' encompassing not only human beings, but all living beings as well as the vibrant elements of nature

What People say about Jainism?

Today, thousands of Universities and research laboratories, innumerable scientists and researchers are conducting in depth studies on the Jain Aagam Shaastras. The principles and philosophies of Jain Darshan have a global appeal today, and are undoubtedly the need of the hour.

Here are a few eminent personalities from history who have been greatly influenced by the principles of Jainism and have expressed their views regarding the same.

Albert Einstein
Theoretical physicist

“The external mystery of the world is its intelligibility. True religion fastens to this element of intelligibility and creates a system of thought and action which leads to true harmony and bliss. And it is indeed so with Jainism.”

L. P. Tessetori, Italy
Italian Indologist and linguist

“Jainism is of very high order. Its important teachings are based upon science. The more the scientific knowledge advances the more those Jain teachings will be proven.”

Mahatma Gandhi
Indian activist

“I say with conviction that the doctrine for which the name of Lord Mahavira is glorified nowadays is the doctrine of Ahimsa. If anyone has practiced to the fullest extent and has propagated most the doctrine of Ahimsa, it was Lord Mahavira. ”

Swami Vivekananda
Indian monk

The Jains do not depend upon God; but the whole force of their religion is directed to the great central truth in every religion, to evolve a God out of man. They have not seen the Father, but they have seen the Son. And he that hath seen the Son hath seen the Father also.”