`I will never
send my parents to old age home. No matter how adverse the
circumstances may be I will not commit suicide. I will never take
part in anti national activities'. These three pledges were taken by
thousands of students in presence of revolutionary Sant Munishree
Tarunsagarji on the occasion of Sanskar Shivir at Mangalwara Jain
temple on November 15, 2010.
On this occasion Munishree said that students are future of
the nation and responsibility of future lies on their shoulders. He
added that if today they imbibe good values and take oath to imbibe
good thinking then in future they will bring laurels and make the
nation and society proud. On this occasion Munishree said to
children that very often people say that one and one makes two but
if it is seen in the context of unity then one and one make eleven.
The need of the hour is unity and organisation. Munishree
said to children that as far as possible we should stay away from
the mindset of western culture and following the Indian culture we
should respect our elders and we should never forget the favours
done by our parents.
In the Sanskar Shivir in the beginning Bhajan singer
Sangeeta Jain presented Mangalacharan. After this especial guest
social worker Kamlesh Jamini, Daalchand Jain, Hemraj Jain, Manoj Pradhan, Mukesh
Jain lighted the lamp near the portrait of Goddess Sarswati and
started the programme. In the Sanskar Shivir teachers of Digambar
Jain School Chowk, GV Convent School, Gandhi Gyan Mandir
School, Baal Niketan School were felicitated by organising committee.
The programme was conducted by general secretary Pankaj
Pradhan and Anmol Jain and Sakshi Jain presented Mangalacharan
dance. Organising committee general secretary Pankaj Pradhan and
spokesman Anshul Jain informed that on Tuesday Home Minister
Umashankar Gupta and MLA Vishwas Sarang will inaugurate the
four-day programme of bitter religious discourses. On this occasi