Also wellknown “Gyan-Bhandar”(the centre of Jain books and literature).
His born name was Ghevarchand Jain; as a young man, Ghevarchand was initiated as a monk at a Jain temple of Mohankheda (Dhar-Madhya Pradesh-India) and he took the name Muni Jayananda Vijay by Acharya Shrimad Vijya Vidhhachandra surishwarji, the fifth successor or following Acharya of Acharya Rajendrasuri.
He is trained in religious discourse, philosophy, logic and grammar. He walked more than 1,00,000 km across Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujrat for prominent work of Jainism. He appealed to the masses by delivering his discourses in simple dialects of the people, the common spoken languages of the masses — Malwi, Gujarati, Marwari, etc. He inspired the Jain monks to study profoundly the Jain scriptures. He himself is devoted to the deep study of Jain works.
He was bitterly opposed to the storage of Jain works in isolated places; he eagerly desired to bring them to light for the propagation of Jainism. He himself wrote, collected, and edited certain important Jain works.