Jun 16

SG50 Carnival

SJRS Circular Jun2015 PDF

SJRS Celebrates SG50

As Singapore celebrates its 50th year of independence, it also marks the celebration of racial and religious harmony in Singapore. All Singaporeans, including the Jain community, have enjoyed fabulous freedom in racial and religious harmony. This notion of unity in diversity is a key aspect of the Singapore Spirit, which we should all celebrate. We should pay our own tribute to a strong Singaporean culture, which connects each one of us and brings us together as a united nation.

It is with this spirit that SG50 Carnival is organized by SJRS in conjunction with our Young Jains of Singapore and we would like to extend a warm invitation to all members and their family to attend the carnival.

Carnival Theme: Under One Roof – Celebrating the Singapore Spirit
Date: Sunday 5th July 2015 at our Jain Sthanak, 18 Jalan Yasin
Time: Designated 90 Minute Time Slots (refer to event registration link below)
Guest of Honor: Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Social and Family Development

Under One Roof is not possible without the help of our own SJRS members, and we would like to take this opportunity to call for volunteers for this event. We appeal to all SJRS members to help out. Please click on link below to register. Your involvement in this event will make it a memorable one, and hence we look forward to receiving your support! 

Volunteer Registration Link: https://goo.gl/lHxPB0

Event Registration Link: https://goo.gl/B7m1ZM 

*If you have already registered as a volunteer, please do not register for a timeslot for the event.

For any further enquiries, please refer to the FAQ (frequently asked questions) in the event registration link. Alternatively, feel free to contact Vishal Doshi, at +65 8163 3321 or sjrs.sg50@gmail.com.

Jai Jinendra



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May 05

SJRS: Circular May 2015

SJRS Circular May2015 PDF

In this circular you will find the details of:

  1. Newly formed MC/EMC teams
  2. Welcoming new Ordinary members to SJRS
  3. Ladies wing event, celebrating Mother’s Day on Sat, May 16
  4. YJS event on Sun, May 24
  5. Shibir on Rajpad – 1 (Fri Jun 12 – Tue Jun 16)
  6. SJRS celebration event SG50 on Sun, Jul 5
  7. A big thank you for the generous contributions and to the volunteers who came forward to extend their support for Nepal Earthquake Relief efforts.

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Apr 29

SJRS:Nepal Earthquake Relief Work

Last Saturday Nepal was hit by its worst earthquake in many years and thousands have died and many more displaced.

The Nepal Consulate has appointed a local logistics company to collect items and then deliver it to Nepal.

SJRS is facilitating its members to contribute towards the relief work by setting up a collection center at the Sthanak on Friday 1 May from 10am to 1130 am. One of the items that has been identified in urgent need is ready to eat vegetarian canned food such as soups, baked beans and others. Members can drop off canned food or cash to the Sthanak and our volunteers will then purchase and deliver the items to the logistics company.

Please take note that we are only collecting canned food or cash, kindly refrain from contributing other items.

For those who wish to contribute directly can contact Astrans (S) Pte Ltd – Mr Edmund Chew Mobile: 96317749/96823120. You may also reach directly to Singapore Red Cross online at http://www.redcross.org.sg/ and support their effort.

For further information please call Commit Member Sandeep Kothari at 9789 1635.


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Apr 08

Circular Apr, 2015

SJRS Circular Apr2015 PDF

Mahavir Jayanti 2015 Program

Date/Time: Saturday Apr 11, 6pm – 9:30pm


Time Program Details
6.00-7.15pm Sangh Jaman Dinner
7.30-8.00pm Bhakti and Stavans
8.00-9.00pm Jain Shala Children’s Performance (Navkar Mantra, Varghodo, Drama – Nav Tattva, Dance)
9.00-9.15pm Jain Shala Childrens Prize Presentation



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