Petlawad (AboutGyan News). The 11th Anushasta Acharyashree Mahashraman of Shri Jain Shwetambar Terapanth Dharmasangh will enter the Petlawad area of Jhabua district on Tuesday. On this day, they will reach Dhaturia village of Petlavad area after going from Labaria. Acharyashree’s non-violence journey will reach the tribal-dominated district through various places. To give the message of peace, harmony, non-violence, morality and de-addiction, Acharyashree will undertake a padyatra in the area. For Mangal Pravesh in Petlavad, the society has started preparations at their level. Before the arrival of Acharyashree, the entire Petlavad city is being decorated like a bride. Colorful flags are being put up at every pole of the divider, while banner posters are also being put up.
It is worth mentioning that Acharyashree has also done padyatra in Nepal, Bhutan including 23 states of the country for the purpose of public welfare. So far he has covered a foot journey of more than 50 thousand km. With the inspiration of Acharyashree, more than one crore people have taken a pledge to de-addiction. At the same time, Acharyashree’s non-violence padyatra started on 9 November 2014 from the Red Fort in Delhi. It is running in MP through places like Nepal, Assam, West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Chhattisgarh etc. Acharyashree has done 15 thousand km padyatra through this padyatra. Acharyashree has been accorded the status of a state guest by the state government.
Mangal Pravesh will happen in Petlavad Nagar on 11th
Acharyashree Mahashraman will enter Jhaknavada on 8th June in Petlavad area. However, there will be no event due to corona infection. After this, Bolasa on 9th, Raipuria on 10th, Petlawad on 11th to 13th June, Bamnia on 14th, Karvad on 15th, Ranising on 16th will conduct Dharma Prabhavana in Ratlam area from 22nd to 24th June.
at a glance
Non-violence journey is going on in MP through 3 countries
– Acharya Shri Mahashramanji has done 51 thousand km foot journey
Acharya Shri’s Mangal Pravesh will happen after 17 years in tribal area
– Arrived in the year 2004 with non-violence journey
Ahimsa Yatra is going on for goodwill, morality and de-addiction campaign
Petlavad had come when Yuvacharya was there in the year 2004.
This will be the second arrival of Acharya Shri Mahashramanji on the holy land of Petlavad. Prior to this, in the year 2004, he had reached Petlavad through the entire district with a non-violence yatra. At that time the district collector was IAS Wasim Akhtar, he had organized life science programs in the schools of the entire district. At that time also he had shed the Ganges of Dharma in the entire region. When Acharya ji was Yuvaacharya and now he is the 11th Anushasta of Dharmasangh and after 17 years he is again reaching Petlavad by taking non-violence journey. He firmly believes in promoting non-violence, moral values and principles. Now again the holy land of Petlavad is going to be blessed by his auspicious feet. Everyone is desperate for his arrival and just darshan. Apart from the entire Jain society, other social organizations have also made preparations for their welcome.
These are the three objectives of non-violence journey
– spreading goodwill
– Propagation of ethics. Spreading
– De-addiction campaign
Many people, including hundreds of sadhus and sadhvis, were engaged in the upliftment of society with the inspiration of Acharyashree.
Acharya Mahashraman is the 11th Anushasta of Jain Shwetambar Terapanth Dharmasangh.
Acharyashree Anuvrat is the successor of Acharya Mahapragya, the founder of Acharya Tulsi.
Under the leadership of Acharyashree, more than 800 sadhus, more than 40 thousand youth activists, more than 60 thousand matriarchs, more than 10 thousand professional workers and lakhs of followers are continuously doing the work of upliftment of the society. They are also making people aware in this direction. Continuous efforts are also being made in the direction of removing the evils.
A postage stamp has also been issued by the Government of Nepal on the non-violence journey.