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Jain Story Book

Jain Story Book

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Easy to read! Helps in understanding the important figures and beliefs of the Jain faith
Easy to read! Helps in understanding the important figures and beliefs of the Jain faith

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 Jain Story Book
(JAINA Education Series 202 - Level 2)
Compiled by JAINA Education Committee Federation of Jain Associations of North America
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Education InternationalFor Private & Personal Use Onlywww.jainelibrary.org
 
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Jain Story Book - JES 202
(JAINA Education Series 202 - Level 2)Third Edition (revised): April 2005ISBN: 1-59406-011-8
This book has no copyright
Use the religious material respectfully
Please provide us with your comments and suggestions.Support JAINA Education activities.Your contribution is tax deductible in USA.
Published and Distributed by:
Federation of Jain Associations in North AmericaJAINA Education Committee
Pravin K. Shah, Chairperson509 Carriage Woods CircleRaleigh, NC 27607-3969 USATelephone and Fax - 919-859-4994Email - education@jaina.orgWebsites - www.jaina.org
Use the above address for communication and for availability of the Education books in other countries
Jain Education InternationalFor Private & Personal Use Onlywww.jainelibrary.org
 
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DedicatedtoYoung Jains of America (YJA)(www.yja.org)Young Jain Professionals (YJP) and(www.yjponline.org)Jain Päthashälä Teachers of North America(www.jaina.org)for their continued effort and commitment in promoting religious awareness, non-violence, reverence for all life forms, protection of the environment, and a spirit of compassionate interdependence with nature and all living beings. As importantly, for their commitment to the practice of Jainism, consistent with our principles, includingvegetarianism and an alcohol/drug free lifestyle.Our great appreciation to all the Päthashälä Teachers for their effort in instilling the basic values of Jainism, and promoting the principles of non-violence and compassionto all youth and adults.Special thanks to all Jain Vegan and alcohol/drug-free youth and adults for inspiringus to see the true connection between our beliefs and our choices.A vegan and alcohol/drug-free lifestyle stems from a desire to minimize harm to allanimals as well as to our own bodies, minds, and souls. As a result, one avoids the useof all animal products such as milk, cheese, butter, ghee, ice cream, silk, wool, pearls,leather, meat, fish, chicken, eggs and refrains from all types of addictive substancessuch as alcohol and drugs.
Jain Education InternationalFor Private & Personal Use Onlywww.jainelibrary.org

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