When was the MARU BHARAT SARU BHARAT“(My India Noble INDIA)" written?

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Anonymous User asked 27-Aug-2018 in Books & Novels by Anonymous User

When was the MARU BHARAT SARU BHARAT“(My India Noble INDIA)' written?

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Harshal Vispute answered 01-Dec-2021 by Harshal Vispute

PM Narendra Modi delivered Jain Acharya Ratnasundersuriswarji Maharaj's book 'MARU BHARAT SARU BHARAT'  on January 10, 2016. This is Ratnasundersuriswarji Maharaj's 300th book. Sahitya Satkar Samiti of Ratnatrayee Trust in Mumbai hosted the book releasing event.

My India, Nobel India will be published in English, Hindi, Gujarati, and Marathi, and will be available in four languages. The author has emphasized several social problems and human inadequacies in his work, as well as voiced his outrage about those injustices.

On January 5, 1948, Ratnasundarsuri, an Indian Jain monk, activist, and Gujarati language writer was born. He is well-known for his presentations on spirituality and social issues. Ratnasundarsuri was born in Palitana's Depla village. In 1967, Bhuvanbhanusuri initiated him into asceticism. In 1996, he was given the title of Acharya. Beginning in 2006, he spent four years in Delhi. He initiated a petition in 2011 to prohibit India from exporting meat. He petitioned the Rajya Sabha in July 2013 to prohibit sex education and internet pornography.

Despite being a holy saint, he has published a number of visionary works for the individual's and society's socio-cultural upliftment. He has authored over 333 books on a range of themes to date, and he holds the Guinness World Record for authoring more than 300 volumes in a single language, Gujarati. His most well-known work is Lakhi Rakho Aras Ni Takata Par. It has been translated into Hindi, English, Urdu, Marathi, French, and German, among other languages. His televised talks are well-received. 

In 2017, the Government of India awarded him the Padma Bhushan, the country's third-highest civilian honor, for his contributions to spirituality.