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Veerayatan Volunteering Trip 2018 By Anya Shah

Date: 23 Oct, 2018  No Comments  veerayatan-admin

Modern day life has been very much centred on ‘taking’ rather than ‘giving’. We live a life that is dominated by social media where constant likes, photos, messages and video chats prevail; a complicated life controlled by busy schedules and constant material needs. All that changed, albeit for a brief two-week period, when we were


Veerayatan Summer 2018 By Priyanka Popat

Date: 23 Oct, 2018  No Comments  veerayatan-admin

My time spent with Veerayatan in Kutch and Palitana made me, for the first time, truly enjoy being in India. The entire experience was moving and uplifting from start to finish. Until this summer, I did not know much about Veerayatan and I began the trip with some apprehension. However, the moment we arrived at


The Veerayatan Volunteer Programme 2018

Date: 15 Oct, 2018  No Comments  veerayatan-admin

The second Veerayatan Volunteer Programme 2018 took place with the blessings of Pujya Acharya Shri Chandanaji between 7 and 23 August 2018 at the two Veerayatan sites in Kutch and Palitana.


Paryushan4Kidz 2018

Date: 15 Oct, 2018  No Comments  veerayatan-admin

SCVP Jain School, run by Veerayatan UK, were invited again this year by Oshwal NW to deliver Paryushan4Kidz at Harrow Leisure Centre after last year’s successful event. The session spanned the morning from 10.00am to 12.30pm and the theme for this year was twofold.


Paryushan is for everyone

Date: 15 Oct, 2018  No Comments  veerayatan-admin

ACHARYA SHRI CHANDANA speaks to a reporter, SONAL SRIVASTAVA, about the festival of self-purity and the power of love.
Acharya Shri Chandana ji offers candy, “Today we are celebrating Bhagvan Mahavira’s birthday,” she says, with a smile.


A Time to Reflect – Pujya Sadhvi Shri Shilapiji Maharaj graces UK

Date: 03 Aug, 2018  No Comments  veerayatan-admin

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