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Acharya Shanti Sagar Ji Maharaj was the greatest Digambara Jain saint of the modern India. He was the first Digambara saint to visit North India after many centuries.
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‘Charitra Chakravarti Shanti Sagar Ji Maharaj, embraced the historic ‘Sallekhana’ in Kunthalgiri (Hyderabad) on August 14,1955 giving the position of Achharya to his chief disciple, 108 Shri Veer Sagar Ji Maharaj, on August 24 and a written announcement to the effect was sent to Jaipur (where Muni Veer Sagar Ji was stationed)
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Sallekhanā by Acharya Shantisagar


Acharya Shanti Sagar Ji Maharaj was the greatest Digambara Jain saint of the modern India. He was the first Digambara saint to visit North India after many centuries.

‘Charitra Chakravarti Shanti Sagar Ji Maharaj, embraced the historic ‘Sallekhana’ in Kunthalgiri (Hyderabad) on August 14,1955 giving the position of Achharya to his chief disciple, 108 Shri Veer Sagar Ji Maharaj, on August 24 and a written announcement to the effect was sent to Jaipur (where Muni Veer Sagar Ji was stationed)

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