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What does Singapore Jain Religious Society do?

15 am to 12: 30 pm at the Jain Sthanak, with a broad-based curriculum tailored to each student's ability and aptitude. The society has been formally established since 1982 and has grown its teaching staff strength to eight teachers, providing structured learning formats that inculcate love for Jainism and promote social interaction among children of the Singaporean Jain community.




shah hitesh chandrakant, sanghvi bhavin khushalbhai, kenal navinchandra kothari, mita shah, bhaveshkvmar s/o kantilal, parresh hasmukhrai timbadia, rikesh sudhir desai, dhaval desai, hitesh s/o navinchandra, rajesh r. shah


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  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1993
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promoting and preserving Jain religious activities among the community, ensuring cultural continuity and heritage preservation.
  • Providing a platform for social interaction and fostering interfaith understanding and awareness in a diverse globalized world.
  • Encouraging moral values and ethical behavior among children, shaping them into responsible individuals who contribute positively to society.
  • Offering free education on Jain traditions and principles to any child above 4 years old, regardless of their financial background, promoting inclusivity and equal opportunities for all.
  • Tailoring the curriculum to each student's ability and aptitude, ensuring that they can effectively learn and apply Jainism in their daily lives.
  • Graduating students upon completion of the curriculum at their own pace, providing a sense of accomplishment