Vardhman Sthanakvasi Jain Shravak Sangh

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Vardhaman Sthanakvasi Jain Shravak Sangh is a Jain religious body founded in India in 1895.[1][2]

Anand Rishiji Maharaj (1900-1992) was the second acharya of the Shravak Sangh from 1964 to 1992.

Acharya Shiv Muni ji Maharaj is the Current acharya of the Shraman Sangh.

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  1. ^ Acyuta Yājñika, Suchitra Sheth The Shaping of Modern Gujarat: Plurality, Hindutva, and Beyond - 2005- Page 118 "Around 1895 they started an association called the Shravak Sangh to unite Jains and spread education in the Jain community. In 1898 the association criticized the excommunication of one Jugaldas who had gone to England to study for the Bar. The young leaders of the Shravak Sangh argued that Jains were essentially a business community and, in view of the .."
  2. ^ Times of India: Shri Mahavir Swami Jain Mandir Trust, Vardhaman Sthanakvasi Jain Sangh and other organisations belonging to the Jain community took out a Ahimsa march in Chinchwad on the occasion of Lord Mahavir's 2,611 birth anniversary. Apr 5, 2012, 08.49 PM IST