Jain Pathshala

Jain Pathshala refers to the education and learning system in Jainism. The content of Jain Pathshala can vary depending on the level of education and the specific Jain sect or tradition.

Generally, Jain Pathshala aims to teach the fundamental principles of Jainism, including the concept of karma, the importance of non-violence (ahimsa), the three jewels of Jainism (right belief, right knowledge, and right conduct), and the role of Jain scriptures and teachers.

The curriculum of Jain Pathshala may include the study of Jain scriptures such as the Tattvartha Sutra, the Bhagavati Sutra, and the Samaysara, as well as teachings of Jain saints and philosophers such as Mahavira, Gautama Swami, and Kundakunda.

Jain Pathshala may also include practical training in Jain practices such as meditation, yoga, and the observance of Jain rituals and festivals.

In addition, Jain Pathshala may also focus on promoting Jain values and ethics, such as compassion, honesty, and self-discipline, and encourage students to actively participate in charitable and community service activities.

Overall, Jain Pathshala aims to provide a comprehensive education that promotes spiritual growth, ethical conduct, and a deep understanding of Jain philosophy and practices.