Essay Competition on Jain History
On the occasion of the 6th Conference of Maharashtra Jain Itihas Parishad, an essay competition on Jain History is organized. Anybody can take part in the competition.
Maharashtra and Jain Community
Reigns of Jain Kingdoms in Maharashtra
The essays should be preferably in Marathi language.
Three best essays will get awarded in the conference, which will be held at Solapur in the first week of February 2010.
Please send your essay before 25th January 2010 to:
Mr. Chandramohan Shaha
6 Vardhman Apartments
103 Civil Lines
Solapur 413 001 Maharashtra
Cell: 942 333 5300
0 962 372 5249
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