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Ayambil Oli Tap - Thursday, April 14 – Friday, April 22

posted Apr 9, 2016, 7:46 PM by JCNC Technology   [ updated Apr 10, 2016, 7:34 AM ]

*Shri Adinathay Namah:*
*Shri Parshvanathay Namah:*
* Shri Mahaviray Namah:*

Ayambil Oli Tap

Chaitra Sud 8 – Chaitra Sud 15

Thursday, April 14 – Friday, April 22 (Noon)

Ayambil Oli Registration Form

(Please sign up for Tap, Volunteer Work and Sponsorship)

Jai Jinendra and Pranam,

JCNC is pleased to extend this invitation to all of you to join the Ayambil Oli Tap observance starting from April 14 through April 22, 2016 at the Jain Bhawan. It will start everyday at 12.00 Noon, so please requesting everyone to come 5 minutes earlier. It ends 1.00pm.


It will be wonderful if you can join for all nine days, if not then don't hesitate to join even for a day or two or three or whatever you can do.


Parana will be held on Saturday, April 23. You may also invite your friends and family to join this Tap and take Dharma Laabh.

As for the last many years, this year also our all time volunteer and BOD Pravinbhai Turakhia has accepted to lead and coordinate this Ayambil Oli and seeking your voluntary help for cooking and serving.


In order to manage and not to have wastage of food, we appreciate if you can sign up online at Ayambil Oli Registration Form or writing down your name on the sign up sheet at the Jain Bhawan notice board. Please signup latest by 8 PM on the day before you plan to join for Ayambil Oli. (Please either sign up online or in the sign up sheet displayed at the Bhawan, don’t sign up @ both places)

Please also take Dharam Laabh by signing up for sponsorship opportunities ($151 per day or $2,501 Grand Ayambil Oli Sponsor or $1,501 Grand Parana Sponsor); and / or by signing up as a volunteer to serve each day or any available day.

For all sign-ups, please use Ayambil Oli Registration Form
What's Ayambil?
Ayambil is one kind of an auspicious Tap. It falls under the intense category of Rasatyag Tap. Tap: Penance which contributes to the destruction of Karmas. A pure soul has infinite Tapas.

There are twelve types of tap defined in the Jain scriptures. They are divided into two groups; External Tap which disciplines the human body against passions and desires and the Internal Tap which purifies the soul.
Please readmore...see attachment.
For more detailed information about Ayambil Oli Tap, please contact the religious committee at religious@jcnc.org or Pravinbhai Turakhia at 510-593-7000 or email at pravin@comcast.net
Thanks Regards,
JCNC Religious Committee

Taresh Parekh Mahasukh Vora