Neelam Jain

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Neelam Jain
Born (1954-08-26)26 August 1954
Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
Occupation Editor, poet, writer, social activist
Nationality Indian
Alma mater M.K.P. Girls College, Dehradun, India
Meerut University, Meerut, India
Spouse Mr. U.K.Jain
Children Abhay, Mamta & Akshay

Dr. Neelam Jain is a prominent woman in Jain society.[1] She is the editor of Jain Mahiladarsh.[2]

Career[edit]

She is Chief editor for the Divya Deshana .[citation needed] She is a research officer in Sahitya Bharati Shodh Sansthan. She is General Secretary of Sewayatan , Shri Sammedshikhar Ji .[3] She is Founder of VAMA Jain Mahila Mandal, Gurgaon. Neelam Jain is presently working for the overall development of the Sarak community in Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.[3] She has been invited more than 1000 conferences world wide as chief guest or as Main Speaker. She spread the Jain religion concepts all over the world. She has given more than 100 talks on different radio and TV channels (Aastha ,Sanskar , Jain TV .. etc.).[4] She is nominated State coordinator (Maharashtar ,state ) by National Minority Commission for Educational institutions ,Govt. of India, New Delhi

Recognition[edit]

  • George Bernard Shaw Memorial Honour (1994)
  • Dr. Laxmi Narain Award (1994)
  • CHANDMAL Saraogi Gauhati Award (1994)
  • Shrut Shri Award (1995)
  • Dr. Ambedkar fellowship (1996)
  • Sahitya-Sri (1997)
  • Sahitya-Saraswati (1998)
  • Sahitya Shiromani (1999)
  • Saraswat Samman (1999)
  • Acharya VidyaSagar Award (1995)
  • Mahavir Award (1995)
  • Special Writer & Social Worker Award (1997)
  • Sarjan Award (1997)
  • Sahu RamaDevi Award (1999)
  • Jain Jyotsana (2000)
  • Mahila-Ratna (2001)
  • Shrawika Ratan Samman (2001)
  • Mahila-Gaurav (2003)
  • Maa-Jinvani Award (2009)
  • Vishav Maitri Samman (2009)
  • Guru -Ashish Samman (2005)
  • Saraswat Samman (2012)
  • Aksharabhindan Samman (2012)
  • Stri Shakti samman (2015 )

Publication[edit]

  • Sarak Kshetra ( Hindi)
  • Mautti Mai Band Asmita ( Hindi)
  • Samaaj Nirmaan Mai Mahilao Ka Yogdan ( Hindi )
  • Man Mai Dharo Namokar ( Hindi)
  • Maati Ka Saurabh ( Hindi )
  • Namokar ( Barel Language For Blind )
  • Dhumrapan – Zahar Hi Zahar ( Hindi )
  • Sabhyata Ke Unnayak Bhagwan Rishabdev ( Hindi )
  • Mile Sur Mera Tumhara ( Hindi )
  • December Ke Digamber ( Hindi )
  • Jain Varta ( Hindi )
  • Tatvartha Surta : Ek Samajik Addhayan ( Hindi )
  • Jain Loksahitya Main Nari (Hindi)
  • Jain Religion and Science (English)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "on www.jainsamaj.org ( Jainism, Ahimsa News, Religion, Non-Violence, Culture, Vegetarianism, Meditation, India. )". Jainsamaj.org. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Karnataka News : Jain women's convention from November 18". The Hindu. 13 November 2005. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "India Social". India Social. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 
  4. ^ "Jain Prominient Personalities". Jinvani.com. Retrieved 26 May 2012.