Syllabus 2019: Page 3 of 4

S.No
Course number
Title
Lecture 4W
Lecture 6W
B.5.0
Module 5
Special Topic: Science & Spirituality, Modern day issues
B.5.1
Integrating Science & Spirituality including scientific explanations of practices like equanimity/veetragata for knowledge and spiritual development
48
B.5.2
Leshya (aura), its principles, management and scientific basis
37
B.5.3
Ahimsa and applications in business management (Either)
38
49
B.5.4
Ahimsa and applications in management of schools (education) (OR)
38
49
B.5.5
Ahimsa and its application in ecology and terrroism management
39
51
B.5.6
Nonvoilent food
40
52
B.5.7
Nonviolent communications
41
53
B.5.8
Application of Anekantvada in society (social harmony, peace and development)
42
54
B.5.9
Application of Jain principles in business ethics
43
55
B.5.10
Health: Preventive measures for being healthy; Faith based Self-Healing, Medical treatment and Euthanasia
44
56
B.5.11
Jainism and Gandhi
45
57
 
B.6.0
Module 6
Scriptures
a.
Uttaradhyayana
b.
Ratna Karanada Shravakachara
c.
Saman Suttam
d.
Acharanga sutra
e.
Samayasara
f.
Bhagwati sutra
g.
Tattvartha Sutra (alongwith B.2.1)
46
58
h.
Pancastikaya
i.
Bhagavati Aradhana
 
C
Module C
Social interactions (Jain institutions, householders, monks, nuns, etc.) equivalent of 3 / 4 lectures
47-50
59-62
D
Module D
Pilgrimages, rituals etc. actual observation. Equivalent of 4 lectures
51-53
63-65
a.
Lal Mandir Delhi
b.
Ahinsa Sthal Delhi
c.
Dadabari Delhi
d.
Sanskriti Delhi
e.
Hastinapur Jmbudwip and other Jain temples
 
E
Others
Saturdays will be reserved for travel, social visits, pilgrimage etc i.e. Modules C & D. Sundays will be treated as OFF days and left for either for personal work of attending students /scholars.
Tourism is not a part of the program and to be organized by the participants themselves (incl visit to Taj, ghats in Varanasi or places of interest in Delhi, Jaipur)