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*** Happy Mahavir Janm Kalyanak ***

Mahavir Jayanti also known as Mahavir Janma Kalyanak is one of the most important religious festivals in Jainism.

It is believed that when Lord Mahavira was in the womb of his mother Trishla, she had fourteen auspicious dreams symbolizing the birth of a Thirthankara her child.

It is also said that when Lord Mahavira was in the womb of his mother, the whole kingdom faced happiness and the kingdom was free from any kind of diseases because Mahavira was about to be born.

On this day right before the procession statues of the Lord Mahavira are given a ceremonial bath called abhisheka.

Religious processions (rath yatra) are carried out on Mahavir Jayanti.

Jain temples are decorated with flags, and offerings are given to the poor and needy.

Since all of these could not be witnessed this year sharing few ways how you can celebrate this day at home with your kids ~

πŸ™ Narrate/Show/Listen to Mahavir Swami’s Stories
πŸ™ Tell them about auspicious 14 dreams.
πŸ™ Recite some Stotra’s
πŸ™ Do some Art
πŸ™ Play Quiz with family
πŸ™ Dress up & celebrate by praying dancing.

We can’t go out but we can definitely share knowledge & bond over spiritual facts through some ways.

Also we pray for everyone’s well being during this tough times & strength to those families who lost their loved one’s to covid.

Stay Home, Stay Safe! β€οΈπŸ™


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