Jain ran Paras Offset with his brothers Praveen and Vinay, alongside his son and nephew, Aaditya and Vaibhav.
Over the past few months, the company had invested in top-of-the line mono carton printing and packaging equipment at its Kundli plant as part of Jain’s plans for multifold growth at Paras.
At 64 years, Jain led an austere life and had no pre-existing ailment and often joked to his friends that he didn’t take a single pill or medicine whether for BP, Sugar, etc.
In addition to his passion for print, Jain, alongside his brothers, was very involved in religious and social activities pertaining to the Jain community in Delhi-NCR.
He placed a lot of emphasis on personal, spiritual, and professional growth and spent a lot of time reading and learning about the lives and habits of global thought leaders, both in business and religious spheres of life. To continually imbibe new and improved habits and thought processes in his personal life and in the lives of those close to him was an enduring passion of his.
He is survived by his father, wife, son, and daughter and his loss will be deeply mourned by the entire Paras Offset family and staff, the PrintWeek family, and the larger print community.