Jain Society Worshiped The Best Restraint Religion


Devotees offer prayers to the Jain temple of Sultanpur
– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Sarsawa / Nakud / Chilkana (Saharanpur). On the occasion of Paryushan festival, the devotees of Jain society worshiped the best restraint religion. On this occasion, Jain scholars said that meditation alone is not the practice of self-restraint, but we have to maintain abstinence as a whole.
On Wednesday, the people of Jain religion worshiped the best restraint religion. On this occasion, after the regular worship of Prakshal Abhishek, women men and children worshiped collectively. The scholars of Jain scriptures said that the meaning of restraint is not only to keep restraint on speech, but we have to keep restraint on our behavior, physical, mental and five senses. By keeping restraint, he easily copes with every situation, Tirthankar used to possess restraint, so he got the title of Tirthankar. Whether it is our material life or religious life, only by imbibing restraint, we can progress on the path of progress. The Tirthankara is called Jinendra, that is why he has conquered his senses, but the common man cannot conquer the senses, he only has to control the senses.
In the Khul Ja Sim Sim competition organized by Jain Milan in Nakud, the contestants mesmerized everyone by reciting Bhajan, Bhaktambar Stotra, Chalisa, Twelve Bhavana, Jinvani Stuti. The general ministers of Jain Milan were Shivam Jain, Pankaj Jain, Sharad Jain, Sandeep Jain, Rajesh Jain, Piyush Jain, Sanjeev, Rajesh Jain Raju, Sanyam Jain, Vardhan Jain, Pritam Prasad Jain.
In the courtyard of the Jain temple in Sultanpur, the patron of Jain society Sudhir Jain, President Virendra Kumar Jain, Vice President Bijendra Jain, General Secretary Nishank Jain, Shriyansh Jain, Mohit Jain, Pandit Rohit, Sanjay Jain, Sandeep Jain, Parul Jain, Pooja Jain, Dipanshi Jain , Vijaya Rani Jain, Indrani Jain, Tanuja Jain, Chandan Jain etc. participated in the worship.

Jain devotees offering prayers at Nakud– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Sarsawa / Nakud / Chilkana (Saharanpur). On the occasion of Paryushan festival, the devotees of Jain society worshiped the best restraint religion. On this occasion, Jain scholars said that meditation alone is not a practice of abstinence, but we have to maintain abstinence as a whole.

On Wednesday, the people of Jain religion worshiped the best restraint religion. On this occasion, after regular ritual worship, Prakshal Abhishek, women men and children worshiped collectively. The scholars of Jain scriptures said that the meaning of restraint is not only to keep restraint on speech, but we have to keep restraint on our behavior, physical, mental and five senses. By keeping restraint, he easily copes with every situation, Tirthankar used to possess restraint, so he got the title of Tirthankar. Whether it is our material life or religious life, only by imbibing restraint, we can progress on the path of progress. The Tirthankara is called Jinendra, that is why he has conquered his senses, but the common man cannot conquer the senses, he only has to control the senses.

In the Khul Ja Sim Sim competition organized by Jain Milan in Nakud, the contestants mesmerized everyone by reciting Bhajan, Bhaktambar Stotra, Chalisa, Twelve Bhavana, Jinvani Stuti. The general ministers of Jain Milan were Shivam Jain, Pankaj Jain, Sharad Jain, Sandeep Jain, Rajesh Jain, Piyush Jain, Sanjeev, Rajesh Jain Raju, Sanyam Jain, Vardhan Jain, Pritam Prasad Jain.

In the courtyard of the Jain temple in Sultanpur, the patron of Jain society Sudhir Jain, President Virendra Kumar Jain, Vice President Bijendra Jain, General Secretary Nishank Jain, Shriyansh Jain, Mohit Jain, Pandit Rohit, Sanjay Jain, Sandeep Jain, Parul Jain, Pooja Jain, Dipanshi Jain , Vijaya Rani Jain, Indrani Jain, Tanuja Jain, Chandan Jain etc. participated in the worship.

Jain devotees offering prayers at Nakud

Jain devotees offering prayers at Nakud– Photo : SAHARANPUR

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