Even After The Rain There Was An Influx In The Jain Temple


Women offering prayers on the occasion of Paryushan festival in a Jain temple.
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Rae Bareli. On the seventh day of Paryushan Mahaparva, Jain devotees celebrated the festival of Sugandha Dashami with great pomp by adopting the best of restraint religion. Despite the rain, there was an influx of people from the society in the Jain temple. Jain followers destroyed their karma by offering incense in the Jain temple. The atmosphere around the temple complex smelled of the offerings made in the havan.
On Thursday, the seventh day of the Dashlakshani festival of Jainism, worship of the best ascetic religion and Dhupadashami was celebrated. In the Digambar Jain Temple located on Civil Lines, all the idols were anointed with pure water for the first time in the morning as part of the Dashlakshana festival.
Inderchand Jain, Subhash Jain and Sankalp Jain got the privilege of doing Shreeji’s peace stream collectively. The lingering fragrance of incense was permeating the atmosphere around the Digambar Jain temple. According to Jain beliefs, Dhupadashami, which falls under the Paryushan festival, has great significance.
Inderchand Jain told that by offering incense to the fire in the Havan Kund on the day of Dhoopadashami, the feeling of anger and hatred is destroyed by the actions of a person. Life is happy. Stopping or conquering desires is called austerity.
Ankit Jain, media in-charge of Jain society, said that even after heavy rains, people reached the Jain temple in large numbers and offered prayers. Women actively participated in evening competitions. On this occasion Shakuntala Jain, Sharda Jain, Indu Jain, Anita Jain, Neha Jain, Swati Jain, Ruchika Jain, Anuradha Jain, Rajni Jain, Mehak Jain, Pooja Jain, Anuradha Jain, Anita Jain etc. were present.

Rae Bareli. On the seventh day of Paryushan Mahaparva, Jain devotees celebrated the festival of Sugandha Dashami with great pomp by adopting the best of restraint religion. Despite the rain, there was an influx of people from the society in the Jain temple. Jain followers destroyed their karma by offering incense in the Jain temple. The atmosphere around the temple complex smelled of the offerings made in the havan.

On Thursday, the seventh day of the Dashlakshani festival of Jainism, worship of the best ascetic religion and Dhupadashami was celebrated. In the Digambar Jain Temple located on the Civil Lines, all the idols were anointed with pure water for the first time in the morning.

Inderchand Jain, Subhash Jain and Sankalp Jain got the privilege of doing Shreeji’s peace stream collectively. The lingering fragrance of incense was permeating the atmosphere around the Digambar Jain temple. According to Jain beliefs, Dhupadashami, which falls under the Paryushan festival, has great significance.

Inderchand Jain told that by offering incense to the fire in the Havan Kund on the day of Dhoopadashami, the feeling of anger and hatred is destroyed by the actions of a person. Life is happy. Stopping or conquering desires is called austerity.

Ankit Jain, media in-charge of Jain society, said that even after heavy rains, people reached the Jain temple in large numbers and offered prayers. Women actively participated in evening competitions. Shakuntala Jain, Sharda Jain, Indu Jain, Anita Jain, Neha Jain, Swati Jain, Ruchika Jain, Anuradha Jain, Rajni Jain, Mehak Jain, Pooja Jain, Anuradha Jain, Anita Jain etc. were present on this occasion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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