At the "Acharya
Vandana" session, in which 77 Jain munis and mathajis and 200 scholars from different part of the country participated at the five-day all-India conference of Jain scholars and researchers organised by the Mahamastakabhisheka Committee to mark the Mahamastakabhisheka celebrations, he said the life of Bahubali is based on the values of sacrifice, non-violence and humility. Pointing out that differences of opinion and different points of view on the same issues are but common, he said the strength of a
healthy deliberation is in using these differences into a consensual search for truth. He said man should introspect on his strengths and fallibilities and be in tune with mind and matter.
On February 2006, leading members of the Digambar Jain community in the country, led by Acharya Vardhamana Sagar
Munimaharaj made a passionate plea to the Centre to accord Digambar Jains the status of
religious minorities. Addressing the two-day 'Shravaka Sammelan' (general
assembly), he said it was difficult today to find people from the Digambar
Jain community either in the civil service or any other wing of administration
and attributed this to the climate of reservation in the country. 'Meritorious
Jain students are finding it impossible to secure positions in civil service and
this is because of the failure of the Government to secure Digambar Jains the
status of religious minorities. This should be done without brooking further
delay and the entire community must make a concerted effort at securing this legitimate status."