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19th-26th

August

Religion And Reality

What is Religion?
Tradition or truth? Ritual or reason? Confusing or clarity? Fiction or fact? Myth or meaning?
Our questions about religion and rituals are endless. But the real definition of religion is that what defines the reality.

Let us question our rituals, challenge our theories, break the myths and discover the reality this Paryushan parva
A special talk show in sanidhya of Rashtrasant Pujya Gurudev Shree Namramuni Maharaj Saheb.

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Time: 9.00 pm onwards

19th-26th

August

Aaradhya Art Gallery Exhibition at Pawandham

Aaradhya Art Gallery is an exquisite collection of paintings created by renowned artists, depicting ancient stories and inspiring incidents from Jain history that are frozen in time and leave and sow the seed of enlightment in every heart in today’s time.
A special exhibition of this historic art gallery this Paryushan at Pawandham.

Entry is open for all. Entry fee: Rs. 5/- only
Time:
11.00 AM – 12.00 PM
4.00 PM – 6.00 PM

19th-26th

August

Paryushan Mahaparv

The Divine Festival to purify our soul by staying closer to our own soul, to introspect on our faults, to seek forgiveness and forgive those who pained us. Throughout the 8 days of festival, people observe fasts, penance, and various activitives of Seva, to steer clear of Anger, Pride, Cheating and Greed, and Sadguru guides us by the way of Pravachan, Celebration and Agna.
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19th-26th

August

Inner Cleaning Course

A journey of cleansing one’s inner self, one’s soul and moving towards Parmatma. A time to introspect on what is it that can wash away the layers of sins on the inner self by the way of practical implementation.
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23rd

August

Bhagwan Mahavir Janmotsav

A celebration of the birth and life of Bhagwan Mahavir, which usually is enacted in the form of a play. In its raw form,too, it has the power to enable people to travel back in time and experience the events as if witnessing it live. Narration as well as play in the sanidhya of Pujya Gurudev followed by Kesh Lunchan.