JAINpedia is a project launched by the IoJ to make British Jain collections more accessible through exhibitions, events, and a digitally rich website featuring over 5,000 folios and contextual material. This is a first for Jain heritage as there is no other online public resource that has worked with the key holders of Jain artefacts in the UK or worldwide. Not only is the website an extensive and highly detailed multimedia site of Jain Manuscripts and articles, but it has a sub-site called ‘Learn Jainism’ for schools and learning.

The project brings these beautiful and historical examples of Indian religious culture before the world audience in a contemporary and rightful format for the 21st Century.