DJSNA News & Events

DJSNA is pleased to inform you that the Rubin Museum of Art (One of the Leading Museums in the world concentrating on Himalayan Art & Culture) based in New York City, will be presenting an Exhibit on JAINISM from Sept 18, 2009 - Feb 15, 2010. This is a rare chance for our community to be a part of this unique event that will be an introduction to thousands of Westerners for the first time to our JAIN Religion and Principles of Ahimsa, Aparigraha and Anketvad...>>
DJSNA is pleased to inform you about two very auspicious and special events happening in our community. Both the Jain Society of Greater Atlanta (JSGA) and Jain Center of Greater Phoenix (JCGP) will be celebrating Pratishtha Mahotsav in their newly constructed Temples...>>
DJSNA is pleased to arrange the visits of the distinguished Jain Sadhus & Scholars to help us celebrate Das Lakshan Maha Parva from Sept. 04 to Sept. 14, 2008. As last year, during the JAINA Convention 2007 and Das Lakshan Maha Parva, DJSNA, once again, is sponsoring and inviting the following scholars to help us celebrate Das Lakshan Maha Parva and enhance our religious knowledge..>>
DJSNA is pleased to invite you to participate in a unique international event: The Mahamastakabhisek of Bhagwan Sri Adinath at Bawangaja Teerth, also know as Siddha Kshetra Chulgiri, near Indore MP, India from Jan 26 - Feb 10, 2008. The Teerth Yaatra will take us through parts of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh & Rajasthan and the rare opportunity of being with Acharya Sri 108 Vidhyasagarji Maharaj along with his Sangh of Forty Digamber Munis..>>
DJSNA Invites Jain Sadhus & Scholars to Grace the 2007 JAINA Convention and Visit North American Jain Centers
We are blessed with Kshullika Subhmati Mataji and 5 highly learned Digamber Jain Scholars that will be visiting us during the JAINA Convention and afterwards. The Scholars are available to visit your local Jain Center. To schedule a Lecture Series or Pooja Vidhan from any of these Scholars, please email Scholars@DJSNA.org...>>
DJSNA Events at the JAINA 2007 Convention in Edison, NJ & the Launch of the DJSNA Audio Player
We are all looking forward to this year's JAINA 2007 Convention, which is to be held in Edison, New Jersey from July 5th to July 8th. This year, DJSNA has many different events planned for the JAINA Convention, including the first Digamber Pooja...>>
Sri Adinath Jinalaya, JCA NY ~ Jain Unity with Diversity in Practice
Representing true Jain Unity with Diversity in Practice. Please visit the oldest and largest Jain Center in North America: The Jain Center of America ~ New York. The only Jain Temple in the world where all of our different traditions are represented, and all have their own separate praying areas, enabling them to perform their religious rituals simultaneously under one roof...>>
JAINA 2007 Convention
The 14th Biennial JAINA Convention will take place in Edison, New Jersey from July 5 - 8, 2007. The theme of this convention will be Peace Through Dialogue...>>
Pujya Kshullika Shubhmati Mataji Chaturmas in North America
The Jain Samaj of North America was fortunate to have Pujya Kshullikaji Shubhmati Mataji spend her Chaturmas in North America from July 7, 2006 - Nov 17, 2006. She gave Pravachans at various Jain Centers and at Shravak's homes...>>
Kesh Lonch Ceremony for Kshullikaji Subhmati Mataji in JCNC
Pujya Kshullika Shubhmati Mataji performed the austere ceremony of Kesh Lonch on October 22, 2007 at the JCNC Jain Center in San Jose, California. The ceremony was webcast for the entire Jain Diaspora to witness this ancient Jain Ritual dating back to time immemorial...>>
Akshay Pandya performs his first Jina Abhishek in Adinath Temple, JCA NY
Young Askhay Pandya performed his first Jina Abhishek and Shanti Dhara upon celebrating his 8th Birthday in the Adinath Jinalaya, Jain Center of America, New York, reaffirming his heritage as a Jain Shravak. Temples such as the JCA NY Center provides all of the different Jain Tradition the time and space to practice their faith in the true spirit of Anekantwad...>>
The Mahamasthakabhisheka Mahotsava of Lord Bahubali - February 2006
The Mahamasthakabhisheka is an important Jain festival held once every twelve years in the town of Shravanabelagola in Karnataka state, India. The festival is held in veneration of an immense 18 meter high statue of the Bhagwan (or Saint) Gomateshwara Bahubali. The anointing last took place in February 2006, and the next ceremony will occur in 2018...>>

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