Paryushana Parva celebrated as Seva Divas,

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17 Sep 23
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Paryushana Parva celebrated as Seva Divas,

On the fifth day of the Paryushana Parva celebrated as Seva Divas, a program was held at the Panchayati Nohare in Sindhi Bazaar under the guidance of Jain monk Sukhnamuni Ji Maharaj, a prominent figure from the Shri Vardhman Sthanakvasi Jain Shraman Sangh.

Mahamantri (Chief Minister) Advocate Roshan Lal Jain informed that a significant number of devotees gathered at Panchayati Nohare on the fifth day of the Paryushana Parva to seek blessings from Munishri Sukhnamuni Ji. During the ongoing Paryushana Parva, continuous religious observances are being conducted by the devotees.

In the morning session of the religious assembly, Munishri Sukhnamuni emphasized the importance of the service (Seva) Dharma, stating that if one wants to bring prosperity into their life, they must embrace the spirit of service. He explained the various types of services and emphasized that service begins right from one's own home. He pointed out how a mother serves her child from birth, caring for them in every possible way, even sleeping in discomfort while ensuring the child's comfort. This, he said, is the foundation of service.

Munishri Sukhnamuni elaborated that the path of service is indeed challenging and even more challenging is the selfless service. He pointed out a detrimental practice where some people engage in service only to gain recognition and fame, considering service rendered without seeking personal recognition as futile. True service, he explained, is one where one hand does not know what the other hand is doing.

The monk emphasized that serving saints and the elderly is a fundamental duty, and selfless service is the key. He called upon the audience to make efforts to serve the needy, distressed, helpless, and the elderly, highlighting that this is the ultimate religious duty. He also stressed the importance of genuine and selfless service without any pretense.

Munishri Sukhnamuni urged everyone to promote the spirit of selfless service in their lives and encouraged the formation of small groups to visit temples and maintain cleanliness and orderliness in those places. He reiterated that service is considered the highest virtue in their religion and encouraged everyone to adopt the service Dharma.

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