Philanthrophist and prominent social figure of his time L. Jamboo Prasad was adopted as his son by L. Uggar Sain in 1910 and became the owner of that big’ zamindari estate of Saharanpur. L. Uggar Sain, one of the founders of Dig. Jain Maha Sabha, had left deep impressions of his religious life on young Jamboo Prasad. Freed from the litigation about the estate during early years, since 1907 onwards he gave his active support to religious and social works of far reaching importance including the case of Shri Sammed Shikharji. He constructed a Jain temple and established a Sanaskrit Path- shala at Saharanpur which for many years is brunning as J.V. Jain Degree College there. He had taken a vow to celebacy in 1921 and had taken other Vratas in 1923. A daily worshipper he devoted much time to religious duties. Having independent nature he never cared for personal publictiy. He had refused to accept the title of Rai Bahadur and never paid visits to the officers. He was honoured with the title of Tirthabhakta Shiromani for his services to the protection of Jain Tirth- akshetras. Sir Seth Hukam Chand and other senior Jain leaders of the time had much regard for him.