30 Facts About Shrimad Rajchandra

1. Shrimad Rajchandra had prepared an index on the Pragnavabodh.

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2. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote on three Bhavna or Contemplations out of 12 Bhavna described in Shri Ratnakarand Shravakaachar.

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3. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote equivalent Gujarati translation of the first 100 verses of Atmanushasan.

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4. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote an incomplete commentary on Chauvisi of Anandghan.

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5. Shrimad Rajchandra had composed Namiraja, a work of five thousand verses explaining the nature of the four purusharthas.

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6. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote Stri Niti Bodhaka in which he had advocated women's education as essential to national freedom.

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7. Shrimad Rajchandra died on 9 April 1901 in Rajkot (now in Gujarat) surrounded by his family, friends and disciples.

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8. Shrimad Rajchandra contracted an illness during his stay in Dharampur, Gujarat, from which he never recovered.

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9. Shrimad Rajchandra was under medical supervision who had advised to move to coastal region of Gujarat for benefit of health.

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10. Shrimad Rajchandra spent three months in Idar where he had instructed seven monks in religious discourses sitting on a stone, pudhvi sila.

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11. Shrimad Rajchandra retired from householder life and business when he was thirty.

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12. Shrimad Rajchandra stayed in Gujarat with his disciples and avoided moving to Bombay.

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13. Shrimad Rajchandra advised Gandhi to be patient and to study Hinduism deeply.

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14. Shrimad Rajchandra is well known as a spiritual guide of Mahatma Gandhi.

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15. Shrimad Rajchandra was awarded gold medals by institutes and public for his performances as well as title of 'Sakshat Saraswati'.

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16. Shrimad Rajchandra performed satavadhana at Sir Framji Cowasji Institute in Bombay on 22 January 1887, which gained him praise and publicity.

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17. Shrimad Rajchandra composed many poems on life of Rama and Krishna while sitting in the shop.

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18. Shrimad Rajchandra started attending his father's shop at age of 13.

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19. Shrimad Rajchandra became popular as a young poet and was referred to as Kavi due to it.

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20. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote a 300-stanza poem on 'a watch' at the age of 12.

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21. Shrimad Rajchandra described his spiritual journey in one of his poem.

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22. Shrimad Rajchandra tried to evade the reply and advised me to finish my meals.

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23. Shrimad Rajchandra was renamed Raichand by his parents when he was four years old.

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24. Shrimad Rajchandra continued to study other Indian religions and was attracted to Ahimsa doctrine of Jainism.

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25. Shrimad Rajchandra was initiated in Vaishnavism by a Sadhu named Ramadasji.

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26. Shrimad Rajchandra was born on 11 November 1867, in Vavania, a port near Morbi (now in Gujarat, India).

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27. Shrimad Rajchandra is best known for his teachings on Jainism and his spiritual guidance to Mahatma Gandhi.

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28. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote a large number of letters and commentaries and translated some religious texts.

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29. Shrimad Rajchandra wrote a large number of philosophical poetry including Atma Siddhi.

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30. Shrimad Rajchandra was a Jain poet, mystic, philosopher, scholar and reformer.

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