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Details"I spoke very sweet (ly) for first 10 years of sainthood. Then one day, I felt that I got a message from Mahavir, who is within me, that people I’m speaking to are deaf and blind...The next day, I spoke bitter...Now, I speak harsh (ly) and the whole society listens – Jains are hardly 10% of this crowd." says the Author.Author Muni Sri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj had emerged as a "progressive Jain monk" for his criticism of violence, corruption and conservatism, and his speeches came to be called "Katu Pravachan". He rose to prominence with his series of lectures called 'Kadve Pravachan' (bitter discourses) due to their nature of being candid and critical. His lectures have been compiled and published in book series also titled Kadve Pravachan.Diamond Pocket Books has presented a wonderful collection of TarunSagarji's discourses. The specialty of this book is its publication in 14 languages. Jain Munishri JuDaSagar came to the discussion very much when he commented on Lord Mahavir. He is such a Digambar leader of the Jain sect, whose listeners are many times more awake in the audience. His talk is true and straightforward to kill. A great speaker, whose voice never shakes cold. This is the reason why people like top politicians and artists come to the pinnacle to take their engagement. If you read these objections and understand their morals and take them into your life then you will reach the peak of success in every sphere of life, this is our claim. Weighing too much with every formula diamond is more weighing.This is a summary of the discourses given by Munishri during his stay in India over the past years. While reading this book, it is important to take care that medicine and truth are always bitter.Headlines: A collectible book written in light and flirtatious style, whose ideas give a new direction to your life and your thinking.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Muni Tarun Sagar was an Indian Digambara monk. His lectures are termed Kadve Pravachan (bitter discourses) because they can be candidly critical of common practices and views. His lectures have been compiled and published in book series also titled Kadve Pravachan. Excerpts from his discourses are often published by newspapers. Unlike most other Digambar jain monks, his audience often included a majority of non-Jains. His discourses often addressed family or society issues. In 2000, he gave an address from the Red Fort, Delhi. After wandering through Haryana (2000), Rajasthan (2001), Madhya Pradesh (2002), Gujarat (2003), Maharashtra (2004), he arrived in Karnataka in 2006 for the occasion of Maha Mastak Abhisheka celebrations at Shravanabelagola after having walked for 65-days from Belgaum.ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: Diamond Books is one of the largest publications in India. It was established in the year 1948, and has since been publishing books on fiction, non-fiction, religion, culture, health, yoga, astrology, sports, biographies, poetry, humour, and literature. They have also published books for children in various languages like English, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Oriya, Assamese and French. They have published around 2000 titles in Hindi, 600 in English, 200 in Urdu, and 100 in Bengali. They also have 6000 titles that come under well-known comic series.
SKU Code PRK B 1278 Weight in Kg 0.1000 Brand Bookwomb Dispatch Period in Days 3 ISBN No. 9789351653493 Author Name Muni Sri Tarun Sagar Ji Maharaj / முனி ஸ்ரீ தருன் சாகர் ஜி மகாராஜ் Publisher Name DIAMOND BOOKS