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Ramchandra Suri (c. 1897? – 1991) was a Jain monk and scholar.
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He was born in Samvat 1883 and died in Samvat 1963 (1992 CE).
Approximately 20% of all Jain monks and nuns belong to Ramchandra Suri samuday. His samuday had more than 380 monks and 1020 nuns including 41 Acharyas. Gachhadhipati, head of the Samuday, Hembhushansuri died in 2008 at Delhi. On 29 March 2011, Punyapal Suri was appointed as a new Gachhadhipati.
In 2012, Punyapalsuri along with other 21 Acharyas present and adopted a resolution[clarification needed] of "on common consensus", which was endorsed by entire samuday.
Now, with 1450 monks and nuns this is one of the largest group of Tapa Gaccha.
- Walther Schubring (2000). The Doctrine of the Jainas: Described After the Old Sources. Motilal Banarsidass Publ. p. 67. ISBN 978-81-208-0933-8.
- "Ahmedabad Jains to celebrate sainthood centenary". DNA India. Ahmedabad. DNA. Jan 6, 2012.