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[JCNC] Religious Pprograms on Gyan Pancham Day, Friday, November 1, 2019

posted Oct 31, 2019, 4:15 PM by JCNC Technology

Shri Adinathay Namah Shri Parshvanathay Namah:  Shri Mahaviray Namah:

Jai Jinendra !!

We are pleased to announce the following religious programs for Gyan Pancham on Friday, November 1, 2019. Please. participate & take Dharm Laabh.

  

JCNC Temple will remain open all day from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Friday, November 1, 2019

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Snatra Puja

Friday, November 1, 2019 - 9:00 am to 10:30 am in Rang Mandap

 Nakaro $101 (Multiple Sponsors welcome)

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45 Jain Aagam Poojan + Saraswati Upasana

Friday, November 1, 2019 - 10:30 am to 11:30 am in Bhakti Area 

Pdt Shri Jayeshbhai Khona will lead this Upasana.  

     Back Ground: 45 Aagam is the part of Jain Main Siddhant  all the essence which was blessed by Prabhu Mahaveer with Three core words " Upanehiwa / Vigha megiwa/ Dho eyviva and then all the 11 Ganadhara had created the Dwadh Saangi. we will be doing the Poojan of those Aagams + Saraswati Devi is recognized as supreme deity of knowledge and wisdom. Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, is considered to be the source of all the learning. This divine energy is the source of spiritual light, remover of all ignorance and promoter of all knowledge. Each Participant will do Vaskep Pooja on laminated photo of Saraswati Devi & recite Shardastak, stutis, mantras during the Upasana.

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Gyan Pancham Shrimad Bhakti Swadhyay

Friday, November 1, 2019 - 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm in Bhakti Area

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Kids/Youth Session conducted by Pathshala Teachers

Friday, November 1, 2019 - 7:00 pm to 7:45 pm in Bhakti room

(Adults are welcome to attend. Please arrive at 6.50 PM, do Darshan so we can begin and end this session on time. Aarti starts at 7.45 PM)


Our Pathshala Teachers will conduct a special session for Pathshala kids where they will learn about:

  • Importance of Gyan Panchami.
  • Learn about Different Types of Gyan.
  • Gyan Khamasanas (Bow down and show respect for different types of Gyan).
  • Gyan vidhi.
  • Gyan Jaap

Gyan, which means knowledge, is very important to us. Without right knowledge, one cannot be on the right path to liberation of the soul. We’ve created a setup to display Gyan in the Bhakti area. Temple will be open all day so please.bring your kids do the following vidhi:

  1.  Vaskep Pooja of the Gyan displayed in Bhakti area
  2. Do 51 Khamasnasas
  3. Do 51 Logassa Karyotsarg
  4. Do 20 Navkarvali of this mantra - Aum Hrim Namo Nanassa
  5. Learn a new sutra/stuti etc. 
  6. DevVandan for Gyan Pancham 

Here are the 5 types of knowledge that we worship on this day.

Five Types of Knowledge

Mati Jnanavaraniya

Knowledge acquired through the senses and the mind. All souls possess this type of knowledge.

Shruta Jnanavaraniya

Knowledge acquired through scriptures and reading. All souls possess this type of knowledge.

Avadhi Jnanavaraniya

Knowledge acquired through clairvoyance; with this knowledge, the soul can see past what just senses and the mind can see. Heavenly and hellish beings have this knowledge, as do certain, very spiritually advanced humans. Thirthankars have this knowledge since birth.

Manah-paryaya Jnanavaraniya

Knowledge acquired through telepathy. Thirthankars attain this knowledge when they renounce the worldly life. Some very spiritually advanced monks can also obtain this knowledge.

Keval Jnanavaraniya

Infinite knowledge of the past, present, and future. This knowledge encompasses the other four types of knowledge as well. Arihantas, Siddhas, and Kevalis, all of whom have destroyed all their jnanavaraniya karma, possess this knowledge.


Gyan Pancham Setup at JCNC Please take Dharm Labh

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Mittal Kothari & Rikesh Shah
VP & Co-VP of Religious Programs
For any questions, please contact us @ religious@jcnc.org
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