Jainism is not merely a religion but a philosophy (a way to live life). In Pathshala (school of philosophy and practice) we teach Jainism from age 4 to adults. The objective of pathshala is:

  • To promote rationalism of Jain mythology in connection with modern era of advance science and technology
  • To educate children about Jain Aagam, Jain mandir to instill good social values and character
  • To prevent young Jains from not to sway by materialistic world


  • Diwali program for cultural exposure through skits, dance, singing, speeches
  • Jain Camps with family
  • Mahavir Jayanti Program
  • Fancy dress competition
  • Kids pooja
  • Exhibitions, projects, presentations by kids on Jain principles
  • Donation camps
  • Jainism based games
  • Quiz competitions


Every Pathshala session is balanced by istuti/song, stories, ritual awareness and Jain concepts. Children learn from very basic Navakar Mantra to 12 vrat (vows), 4 Aunyog, as well as life of Tirthankars. Following Pathshala topics are covered through various curriculums:

Navkar Mantra Manak-stambh 4 kashaya (passion
Mangal Padh Lord Adinath story 6 dravya (substance)
Jain alphabets Holy/pilgrimage places 5 Supreme beings (Parmesthi)
Jain symbols (Om, swastika, Jain flag) 6 aavashayak (essentials of a householder) 6 leshaya (indulgence of thoughts)
Tirthankar and Bhagwan 12 bhavana (thoughts) 4 Anuyog
Jiv and ajiv (living and non-living) Lord Neminath story Lord Parashavnath life story
5 paap (sins) Karma theory Lord Mahavir Story
5 indriya (senses) Tithi and its importance Dev Darshan
4 state of life (gati) 3 Jewels of Jainism (ratanatray) Jain festivals and their importance
5 Kalyanak 4 types of donation Raja Shrenik story
Bhaksh-abhaksh (veg, non-veg, vegan) Dev-Shastra-Guru Tin loak ( Jain Universe)
Wrong belief (mithayatav) Type of living beings Drav-Guna-Paryay