Moodabidri (Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka), January 13, 2013: His Holiness Swasti Sri Charukeerthi Bhattarakaha Swamiji, pontiff of Modabidri Jain mutt inaugurated ‘Tirth Darshan’ the first show of WWW.JAINHERITAGECENTRES.COM (JHC). He inaugurated the event in the premises of Sri Dhavala college, Moodabidri. The event was hosted by Tribhuvan Yuva Jain Milan as a part of its annual Tribhuvan Yuvajanotsava event.
Speaking on the occasion, Sri Charukeerthiji said that, ‘Jainism holds a very unique and antique heritage of its own. JHC is working towards bringing to light all these heritage sites using the electronic media, the most effective medium of communication in the current times.’ He appreciated the ‘Tirth Darshan’ initiative & felt that this gives an opportunity to the indivuals & members of the Jain Samaj to have a darshan of many Jain temples at a single place. He further aspired that JHC should conducts many more events on the similar lines in the days to come and commended Nitin H.P. & Dr.H.A.Parshwanath for their efforts.
Nitin H.P., the evecutive director of JHC said that the ‘Tirth Darshan’ event is a initiative by JHC that is aimed at popularising the Jain temples & Jain Heritage Centres to the door steps of common people who otherwise are deprived of the connectivity with electronic media. Explaining the initiative he said that photos of Jain temples, pligrim centres & Jain idols shared on their website will be put up on flex banners and will be exhibited at different places based on different themes. Further, he said that JHC is open to take these banners to any part of the world depending on the requests by different organisations & popularise the Jain heritage across the globe. He mentioned that this programme would not have been possible without Mr. Sudeep Jain of Moodabidri one of the well wishers & very active contributors to JHC.
Individuals/Organisations interested in partnering with JHC in this initiative can get touch with Nitin H.P. (Ph: 9880818869, Email: email@example.com). -Jain Heritage Centres News Service