6th Jain History Conference at Solapur
The 6th Conference of Maharashtra Jain Itihas Parishad will be held at Solapur on 5-7 February 2009.
Noted scholar of Indology Dr. Vidyadhar Joharapurkar is elected as the President of this conference.
Eminent scholars of Jainology, Indology and Ancient & Medieval History will read their research papers in this conference. A number of books will be published in this three days conference.
For more details about this conference and for participating in it, please call Mr. Shrenik Annadate on 0 986 750 8814
You may also contact him on following address:
D-6, Rajhans, Tilak nagar
Dombivali East, Thane 421 201
Phone: 0251 2404149, 2400140
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