1. The First World Jain Conference was held on October 3 and 4 , 1981 in United Nations Plaza, New York, U.S.A. Acharya Sushil Kumar Ji, Gurudev Chitrabhanu ji and residents of America had taken keen interest in the Conference with the objective of bringing unity and fostering brotherhood . It was attended by 500 persons from various parts of the world. It was a beginning in a very good direction for creating a World Jain Forum.
  2. The Second World Jain Conference was held in London, U.K. On October 1 & 2, 1983. The Second day Session in Wembley Hall, Surrey was attended by about 2500 persons; most of whom were from U.K. 28 delegates had participated from India. Many papers were read &eloquent speeches were made by delegates.The discussions were free and frank and several important matters like promotion of Jain ideas and culture and bringing out suitable literature were discussed.
  3. The Third World Jain Conference the invitation for which was given at the London Conference was held on February 8, 9 and 10, 1985. In all, about 2000 persons had attended the Conference including delegates from many countries. About 100 reputed scholars of India & abroad expressed their frank views on matters of common interest like stronger unity, brother- hood , need to publish suitable literature for the children and grown - ups , propagation of vegetarianism, non - violence and prevention of cruelty to animals. Shri K. C. Pant , Shri Abdul Gaffoor, Smt. Mohsina Kidwai and Shri V . N. gadgil, the Central Ministers, addressed the Conference on each of the three days. There was great enthusiasm among the participants, the organisers & the speakers in the various sessions of the Conference.

  4. The Fourth World Jain Conference was held at New Delhi in Vigyan Bhawan and siri Fort Auditorium , New Delhi on December 25 ,26 & 27,1987. Several Central Ministers, Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Jain saints, scholars and prominent persons addressed the Conference. It was attended by over 2000 participants from several countries, mainly from India. The main subjects discussed were non - violence, understanding , brotherhood , publication of suitable literature, excahnge of scholars to preach the teachings on Jainism, animal protection, art and cullture.
  5. Acharya Sushil Kumar Ji organised grand Jain Temple consecration ceremonies in Siddhachalam , New Jersey State, U.S.A. in August 1991. The spacious Jain temple located in several rooms has over 50 Jain pratimas of Tirthankars, including large ones in standing posture. On this occasion, it was considered appropriate to call the 5th World Jain Conference in the temple premises on August 9,10 & 11 over 5000 participants attended the Conference . The largest participants were from the USA and Canada, followed by participants from Europe, India and other Asian countries. Several religious heads and American statesman and political leaders addressed the Conference . The overwhelming influence of Acharya Sushil Kumar Ji was present.

  6. The Sixth World Jain Conference which has been sponsored by World Jain Conference is being organised by Ahinsa International in FICCI Auditorium, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi - 01 on December 24,25 & 26,1995. The theme of the Conference is "The jains in the 21st Century". Some other subjects which will be discussed are Role of Jains in the World of Tomorrow, Religion, Literature, Environment, Human peace Ahimsa, Nutrition, Health and Diet, Animal Rights, Women Society, Service of the Disabled and Media Publicity.