DIGAMBER JAIN SANSTHAN
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
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To teach, promote and propagate the doctrine of the religion of Jainism along with tenets of Jain philosophy, namely, Ahimsa, Anekant and Aparigraha.
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.
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
“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.”
“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.”
“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. ”
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.”