1. Daughter gets Rs 100 cr gift after Jain couple make this big announcement; age of child will stun you

Daughter gets Rs 100 cr gift after Jain couple make this big announcement; age of child will stun you

A Jain couple who hails from Madhya Pradesh has decided to leave property worth Rs 100 crore behind for their three-year-old daughter.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 17, 2017 4:21 PM
A Jain couple who hails from Madhya Pradesh has decided to leave property worth Rs 100 crore behind for their three-year-old daughter. (Reuters)

A Jain couple who hails from Madhya Pradesh has decided to leave property worth Rs 100 crore behind for their three-year-old daughter. As per Hindustan Times report, the couple has decided to become monks. Sumit Jain and his wife Anamika who are 35 years and 34 years old respectively are scheduled to take ‘deeksha’ (the first step of their initiation into monkhood) under Sudhamargi Jain Acharya Ramlal Maharaj at Surat in Gujarat on September 23, the report added. This decision of the husband-wife duo has stunned everyone in the hometown Neemuch, about 400 km northwest of Bhopal. Notably, their families are established in politics and business in Neemuch. Following the decision, the locals have started asking questions to the couple and their family members. One common question that has caught everyone’s attention is ‘what about their daughter, Ibhiya?’ as per HT report. To this Anamika’s father, Ashok Chandaliya said that he will take care of his daughter. Ashok Chandaliya is a former Neemuch district president of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.

He added that no one could stop the couple from renouncing the world. Notably this decision of the Jain couple is no shock to their loved ones as they had expressed their intent to renounce the world and become monks when Ibhya was only eight months old, reported HT. Sumit announced his final decision to take deeksha during a gathering of Acharya Ramlal’s at Surat on August 22. The Acharya told him to seek Anamika’s permission. She gave consent and expressed her desire to take deeksha too. Their families rushed to Surat to dissuade them but failed.

The couple has been married for four years now and have taken vow of silence till the deeksha. Anamika was Neemuch’s first gold medallist in Class 8 board examinations. She did her BE from Modi Engineering College, Laxmangarh (Sikar) in Rajasthan, and worked with Hindustan Zinc before marriage. Sumit holds a diploma in import-export management from a college in London, where he stayed and worked for two years before returning to Neemuch to manage the family business.

Earlier, this year, a renunciation by a Jain teen from Gujarat made headlines across the country. The 17-year-old, Varshil Shah had renounced the world and become a monk in June. Interestingly he took this decision right after scoring 99.9 percentile in Class 12 Commerce examination. After becoming a monk, the teen has changed his name to Suvirya Ratna Vijayji Maharaj.

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    Kalyani Kurup
    Sep 17, 2017 at 3:25 pm
    Extremely brave couple! May God bless them.
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      aamindian
      Sep 17, 2017 at 8:39 am
      In the parent-child relationship, parents have some basic rights and responsibilities. Both parents automatically have the right to make decisions about the child's education, religion, health care, other important concerns. As a biological parent of a child, parents has the right to make decisions regarding the care and keeping of your child, so long as it does not jeopardize the health and safety of the child. Sometimes this includes the difficult decision to give your child up for adoption. Voluntary termination of the parental rights is within the framework of law which means parents may terminate their parental rights under certain conditions provided that rights of a child is not violated which includes: Right to Survival – to life, health, nutrition, name, nationality Right to Development – to education, care, leisure, recreation, cultural activities Right to Protection – from exploitation, abuse, neglect Right to Parti tion – to expression, information, thought, religion
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        Amar
        Sep 17, 2017 at 1:36 am
        s, running away from their responsibilities. they can become monk after daughter marriage.
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          ranade
          Sep 16, 2017 at 11:13 pm
          Respect and salute. The Jain community is mature, closely, working and capable of taking care of child. Such stories are heard before too. All the best.
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            Hindonjee
            Sep 16, 2017 at 11:10 pm
            यह अत्यधिक है , कृपया १० करोड़ दीजिये GiveMeTrees ट्रस्ट को - नदी एवं पर्यावरण सुरक्षा के लिए
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              rahul
              Sep 16, 2017 at 7:20 pm
              shameless parents washing hands of thier parental responsilbility. How can they be so mean and indifferent.
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                Hiren Jain
                Sep 16, 2017 at 10:20 pm
                Why did they produce the kid if wanted to be monk😟 Felling said for the child 👶 which will be left alone in this world with out parents guides facing all hardships ☹️Have no words 😶 bunch off educated fools They would be a good son/daughter. They would be a good son in-law/daughter in-law But they couldn't be good parents. May u deserve before heave. u guys even animals feel for there own kid. 😞
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                  Bubun
                  Sep 17, 2017 at 12:06 am
                  Broaden ur views. They r more responsible for their kids than u.
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