An essential Jain festival called Paryushan is observed in August or September. Paryushana is Sanskrit for “having to abide, gathering.” For Swetambar Jains and Jains of the Digambara religious group, Paryusana lasts for eight days and ten days, respectively. Paryushan Parva too is referred to as Paryushana with Svetambara Jains as well as Daslakshana to Digambara Jains; however, the event’s beginning date varies for each faction. The Paryushan celebration is already observed by mailing greetings to family members and friends.
Happy Paryushan Parva 2022 Date
The Paryushan festival is held on Shravan Vad 12 or 13 and concludes on Bhadarva Sud 4 or 5. (late August – September). The real purpose of this celebration is to make amends and request forgiveness for all kinds of wrongdoings. During the fast, the teachings prioritize their psychological and spiritual development over their physiological needs. They apologize for their actions and keep a pledge not to make the same misjudgment again. Continuous faith and contemplation provide an opportunity for soul-searching while skipping breakfast aids in both mental and physical cleansing.
How Is It Celebrated
In Paryushan, fasting has a big part to play. A few Jains observe this ceremony for the full 8 (Shwetambar) or 10 (Digambar) times, whereas others only fast on the first and last occasions. On the days those who fast, they hardly actually consume before sunset and therefore only drink simmered or safe water. Avoid eating vegetables with green leaves. They consulted holy Jain writings and scriptures. They pray and do meditation. They also pay heed to the Jain spellcasters’ presentations and sermons while singing patriotic songs.
Best Quotes, HD Images, Wishes, Greetings, Messages, and WhatsApp Status Videos To Download For Happy Paryushan Parva 2022
Mala mai 108 moti hote hai 12 arihant dev ke, 8 siddh dev ke, 36 acharya ke, 25 upadhyaya ke, 27 sadhu ke, paryushan parv ki hardik shubhkamnaye jai jinendra jai mahaveer
May this Paryushan Parv brings you happiness and prosperity.
Have a blessed Paryushan Parv.
The Main Reasons Behind Celebrating The Festival:
Everyone has the opportunity for in-depth reflection and self-analysis at this celebration. Additionally, it serves as a reminder that achieving Nirvana is the ultimate goal of life rather than pursuing consumerism. Paryushan represents a number of the most crucial practices, including:
1. Nonviolence (Ahimsa)
2. Engaging in self-discipline (Sanyam)
3. Partial or complete fasting Penance (Tapah)
4. Study of Scriptures (Swadhyaya)
5. Introspection (Pratikraman)
6. Repentance (Prayaschitta)
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