Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj

Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj

Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj is the first Digambar Saint who is popularly known as the revolutionary Saint in the jain community. Yes, it is very surprising as Saint and Revolutionary Saint does not go together, but the truth is a truth. " I have come as a revolutionary messenger and not as a messenger of peace, remember I have come with the sword of revolution and not with a message for peace, because peace is not possible without a revolution under the present circumstances of the country and society". These are the roaring notes of the Revolutionary Saint Jain Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj.

Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji born on 26th June 1967 at Village Guhanchi Distt.Damoh, Madhya Pradesh. His real name was Shri Pawan Kumar Jain. His father was Shri Pratap Chandra Ji Jain and mother was Smt.Shanti Bai Jain. He took Chullak Diksha on 18th January 1982. Finally he has taken Muni Diksha on 20th July 1988 Bagidora, Rajasthan. His guru was Acharya Shri Pushpdant Sagar ji Maharaj.

Jain Ascetism in the tender age of 13 years.First Jain Muni whose pravachan(Elucidations)telecasted in 122 countries including India.First Jain Muni who is available on Internet. Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj is the first Jain muni who started a movement called Ahimsa Mahakumbh to stop export of meat and leather from India.First Jain muni who had pronounced that Bhagwan Mahavir is to be freed from Janis and temples, His thoughts and teachings should be for each individual. It clearly shows his revolutionary thoughts. First Jain muni written no. of books in Hindi and Sanskrit.

Traditionally, all the programmes of Muni Shri are organised at a place which is mostly reserved for the political leaders as very rarely he goes to the places like dharam shalas or temples.

He says I want to set Mahavir free from the temples and thats the only reason I had stopped to talk in your temples. I deliver my speeches on the busiest squares of the city, because I want to see Mahavir Standing on the Crossing. My only desire is that Mahavir must be free from jains, his message, his conduct; his ideal life should be visible before the world. Therefore he prefers to deliver his ideas from the carefully selected public places like busy round-abouts and other busy streets. His aim is to spread the philosophy of Lord Mahavira "Live and Let Live".

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