With Pujya Acharya Shri Chandanaji Maharaj’s blessings and vision, Sadhvi Shri Shilapiji initiated Shri Chandana Vidyapeeth Jain School (SCVP) in UK 22 years back. This has meant that hundreds of children and adults have been through the school, cultivated strong moral values and have built a deep sense of faith in Jainism. Sadhviji’s frequent visits
With the blessings of Pujya Acharya Shri Chandanaji, Sadhvi Shri Shilapiji first came to Nairobi in 1997 from London to establish the Shri Chandana Vidyapeeth Jain School (SCVP) after having successfully established one in London. Since then, she has been coming practically every year and has motivated not only the teachers who teach at SCVP
Mrs Varsha A Bakhai, January 2018 (London) Palitana, one of the holiest places in Gujarat, is visited every year by thousands who climb up Mount Shatrunjaya to pay reverence to Bhagwan Rishabhdev, the first Tirthankar who meditated there. Here a new vision has begun to take shape, a vision of great significance and value for
By Pujya Gurudev Shri Amar Muniji Maharaj It is early morning. The blackness of the night is departing and light is just starting to appear in the horizon. At this time of sunrise, we remember God. There can be no more auspicious moment than sunrise. What other time can be regarded as auspicious? Actually the very moment when God comes in
Veerayatan has an established track record of performing eye surgeries which started during the early years when Veerayatan was establishing a presence in the holy land of Bihar. Acharyashriji during these formative years, in talking to local people about their problems, recognised that the most common diseases in the area were those affecting eyes. Consequently,
By Dineshbhai Shah, Manchester, United Kingdom Veerayatan organises an Eye Camp every year for one week from 23 January to 30 January, when most eye treatments and cataract operations provided to patients are free of cost. This allows the very poor to have their eyes treated of their ailments, which otherwise would be beyond the financial reach of most patients.