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ACHARYA MAHAPRAGYA

    His outstanding intelligent is a matter of surprise even for intelligentsia. He is a treasure house of infinite knowledge . This is why he is popularly known as a ‘mobile encyclopaedia’. The eminent poet Ramdhari Singh dinkar used to designate him as the ‘second Vivekananda of India’. While adding lustre, prestige and glow to the ‘Terapanth’ sect he has also served as a beacon of human mind engulfed in countless problems. His experiments on Preksha Dhayana (Perceptive meditation) and ‘Jeevan Vigyan’ (Science of Living) have succeeded in bringing people of different religions sect or castes on one platform and to Integrate the west with the east.

Besides being a Philosopher - thinker lost in Philosophy he is also a sensitive poet. His verses bot bh in Hindi and Sanskrit , reveal his subtle delicate feelings. ‹ AS a poet , it is difficult to categories him into a type. Is he a poet of torrential waves of ecstasy or renunciation , a singer of the nature’s beauty or its monstrosity or of the man in clutches of machine, mechanization or machinations nobody can tell. Sambodhi, Ashruvina, Mukulam (in Sanskrit) and Rishabhayana (in Hindi) are some of the literary Jewels contributed by him to the world of literature.

This noble soul and great thinker was born in 1921 at Tamkar , a small village in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan(India) . At the tenure age of 10 years he became a monk . Under the able guidance of Acharay Shree Tulsi , he got his education and proved himself as an ardent disciple. A study of History , Philosophy , Logic, Grammar etc. made the foundations of his Knowledge strong and secure. He also made an in-depth study of Modern Physics and Bio - sciences, Ayurved ( Indian systems of medicines) Politics , Economics , and Sociology with the modern trends of Communism, Socialism and Capitalism and gally became a leader of all the senior and talented saints of Jainism. On several occasions he was honored in recognition of his extra ordinary scholarship and out standing contribution to the organizational affairs. At the age of 59 he was appointed the successor - designate by Acharya Shree Tulsi.

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