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Acharya Tulsi (1914–1997) was a prominent Jain religious leader. He was the founder of the Anuvrata Movement and the Jain Vishva Bharti Institute, Ladnun and the author of over one hundred books.
In 1949 he launched the Anuvrat Movement (anu = small, vrat=vow, Anuvratas are the limited version of the Mahavratas for the monks), based on the five Jain principles Truth, Nonviolence, Non possession, Non-stealing and Celibacy as applied in their limited version for the lay people. The movement encouraged people to apply the Anuvratas in their personal lives, even when dealing with non-religious aspects of the society. The movement also held that Dharma is not for ensuring happiness in the future lives but also for achieving happiness in the present life.
In 2014 the Reserve Bank of India issued two coins featuring Achrya Tulsi, Rs 5 and Rs 20.
Depicts the State Emblem of India with Satyameva Jayate below surrounded by the country name. Denomination below beside the rupee symbol.
Bust of Acharya Tulsi a Jain Monk who wears a protective covering on his mouth as part of his non violent religion to avoid harming bacteria in water and air. Mintmark (if any) on the bottom.
आचार्य तुलसी जन्म शताब्दी