Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Cities and towns in Jhunjhunu district, People from Jhunjhunu district, Villages in Jhunjhunu district, Acharya Mahapragya, Pilani, Mehdi Hassan, Nawalgarh, Rajasthan, Mandawa, Narhar, Tain, shekhawati, Badangarh, Chirawa, Ramkrishna Dalmia, Khetri, Bagar, Rajasthan, India, Jhajhar, Jakhal, Dundlod, Maha Singh Rao, Ajit Singh of Khetri, Udaipurwati, Maharao Shardul Singh, Sis Ram Ola, Sumitra Singh, Bissau, Rajasthan, Thakur Nawal Singh, Ramavtar Singh Jakhar, Kalipahari, BK Birla Institute of Engineering & Technology, Pilani, Gudhagorji, Sharwan Kumar, Kari, Jhunjhunu, Surajgarh, Pacheri, Baggar, Shish Ram Gill, Mahansar, Mukundgarh, Mahapalwas, Alsisar, Parasrampuria, Singhana, Kamla Beniwal, Raghubir Singh, Jhabarmal Sharma, Parasrampura, Gothra, Rajasthan, Birla Public School, Khudania, Sonasar, Kumharon Ka Bass, Vidyavihar, Rajasthan, Hanumanpur, Rajasthan, Togra Sawroop Singh, Tetara, Mohd. Ayub Khan, Thakur Zorawar Singh, Sultana, Rajasthan, Gugalwa, Sotwara, Chhau. Excerpt: Acharya Shri Mahapragya (14 June 1920 - 9 May 2010) was the tenth Acharya, supreme head of Jain Swetembar Terapanth group. Mahapragya was a highly venerable saint, yogi, spiritual leader, philosopher, author, orator, poet. He began his life of religious reflection and development as a Jain monk at the age of ten. Mahapragya played a major role in Anuvrat movement launched by his Guru Acharya Tulsi in 1949, and became the acknowledged leader of the movement in 1995. Acharya Mahapragya formulated the well organized Preksha meditation system in the 1970s, and developed the "Science of Living" education system which is a practical approach for the balanced development of a student and his character building. He traversed more than 100,000 km on foot covering more than 10,000 villages reaching out to the masses spreading the message of harmony...
Jhunjhunu District: Cities and Towns in Jhunjhunu District, People from Jhunjhunu District, Villages in Jhunjhunu District, Acharya Mahapr
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