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Acharya Shree Vidyasagar ji Maharaj
acharya shree vidyasagar ji maharajFor a man who has his sight fixed only on the soul substance, the jewel and pearls of ‘Chakravarti’ are meaningless for him. Our life should not be for wealth but wealth should be for life only then we can achieve emancipation.
Muni Shree PragyaSagar ji Maharaj
Muni Shree PragyaSagar ji MaharajJainism is not merely a religion but a way to live life.... Him who is the leader in the path of salvation Him who destroys the huge mountain of Karmas Him whose knowledge apprehends the whole of reality I worship with object of obtaining similar qualities for myself.
Muni Shree Kshama Sagar ji
Muni Shree Kshama Sagar jiHoke mayush youn na sham se dhalte rahiye jindgi bhor hai , suraj se nikalte rahiye ek hee paao.n pe thahroge to thaq jaoge dheere dheere hee sahi magar raah per chalte rahiye.
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  Panch Kalyanaka  
  • Garbh (conception) - When soul of a Tirthankara comes into his mother's womb.
  • Janma (birth) - Birth of Tirthankara. a ritual celebrating this event in which Indra does an Abhisheka on Mount Meru.
  • Tapa (austerities) - It is an event on which a Tirthankara renounce all worldly possessions and become ascetic.
  • Gyan (omniscience) -The event when a Tirthankara attains Keval Gyan (absolute knowledge).
  • Moksha (liberation) - When a Tirthankara leaves his mortal body, it is known as Nirvana. It is followed by final liberation, Moksha.
  • five kalyanakas are the five major events associated with a tirthankara