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YJA Newsletter features news and events in the Jain community.


Mid-November E-Newsletter

On behalf of YJA we would like to wish you all a very Happy Diwali & Saal Mubarak

Read our blog post on why Jains celebrate Diwali


Read the latest Fall Issue of Young Minds!

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Upcoming Events


11/24 National Jiv Daya Day Pujas Across the U.S.

Every year more than 46 million turkeys are killed on Thanksgiving. More information can be found here. YJA and Jain Centers around the nation will be collaborating to host a puja to pray for all the turkeys. For questions, please contact Bonita Parikh.

 

YJA News & Updates

“Save the Date” for National Service Weekend - December 20-22, 2013

Thank You for Joining our November Webinar!

If you missed Samani Unnata Pragyaji’s talk on the Intersection of Karma and Health, click here for a webinar recording and PowerPoint slides. Please also take a moment to give us your feedback so we can improve future webinars.

JAINA and Other Community Updates

The Passing of Tarla Dalal

Our deepest condolences to those affected by the passing of Tarla Dalal. Read Manoj Jain’s Huffington Post article about Tarla Dalal here.

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The #YJA14 Convention Corner

We'll be featuring a way for YOU to vote and provide feedback to make #YJA14 the best experience ever!


For now, meet your 2014 YJA Convention Board!

Interested in joining a sub-committee to help make #YJA14 amazing? E-mail info@yja.org
 
Fellow Jains: We Need to Talk
You're thinking about it. We're thinking about it. But no one's talking about it - why? Why do we avoid looking at controversial issues from a Jain standpoint? It's time to start the discussion, and Gautam Srikishan's said the first words. Read his blog post and give your own two cents! Let's discuss: http://goo.gl/cYOfIY
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