Here is a list of research papers presented by Dulichand Jain:

✦ “Ancient Jaina temples of Tamilnadu” at Seminar on Jaina Heritage of Tamilnadu, organised by Rishabheve Foundation, Delhi at Chennai, Tamilnadu – March 1995

✦ Jain vidya ke vikas ka rachanatmak karyakram” (Hindi) at Prakrit Language and Jain Vidya Sammelan, organised by Shri. Sthanakvasi Jain Sangh, Mysore, Karnataka – Nov 1996

✦ Jainagam mein bhartiya shiksha ke mulya” at Jain Vidya Goshthi; organised by Shri. S.S.Jain Sangh (Sowcarpet), Chennai, Tamilnadu – Aug 1998

✦ Jain parampara mein swadhyay” at Jain Vidya Goshthi; organised by Shri. S.S.Jain Sangh (T.Nagar), Chennai, Tamilnadu – Oct 1999

✦ Suman Muni sahitya: ek vivechan” at Jain Vidya Goshthi; organised by Shri. S.S.Jain Sangh (T.Nagar), Chennai, Tamilnadu – Oct 1999

✦ The eternal message of Jaina wisdom” at Wisdom of India Seminar; organised by Shri. Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College, Chennai, Tamilnadu – Jan 2002

✦ Relevance of philosophy of Lord Mahavira in modern times” at All India Oriental Conference, Chennai; organised by All India Oriental Conference, Poona, Maharashtra – May 2000

✦ Relevance of non-violence in modern society” at International Seminar on Mahavira & Ahimsa in 21st Century; organised by B.L. Institute, New Delhi – April 2001

✦ Educational values taught by Lord Mahavira” at Seminar on Educational Values; organised by Vidya Bharati Tamilnadu, Chennai – July 2002

✦ Non-violence for world peace and harmony” at Seminar on Ahimsa and World Peace; organised by Shri Jain Sangh, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu – April 2007

Extracts from paper presented at Jaina Convention, Chicago:

“The philosophy of consumerism is based purely on amoral principles, where self-interest is predominant and social welfare occupies secondary place…Today people in America own and consume twice as much as they did in 1950. The question arises whether they are twice as much happy as they were in 1950!”

“…a man should continuously watch his own behaviour so that it does not result in any injury to any living being. Jaina ethics give great attention to life-preservation…and kindness to all forms of life.”

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