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Religious Programs from Friday dec 9th to Tuesday Dec 13th, 2016

posted Dec 6, 2016, 5:03 PM by JCNC Technology
Pranam,

We are pleased to announce the following programs  
Pls. participate take dharm laabh

Event#1:

What: Monthly Bhavna
             Led by Nitulbhai Haria and his Group
Date: Friday Dec. 9th,2016  
Time: 8:15 PM to 10:00 PM
Sponser: Prashantbhai Shah
               In memory of his mother 'Jaya Pravin Shah'

Event#2:

What: Snatra Puja   Antray Karma puja
             Vidhikar Pdt. Jayeshbhai Khona
Tithi: Maun Agiyaras  
Date: Saturday Dec.10th 2016  
Time: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
   The pujan is done on behalf of 2016 Board Members and Executive committee in case any of  us has done any Antray to Sangh members knowingly or unknowingly.

Event#3:

What: Samayik for kids with explanation in English of significance                                                    of Maun Ekadashi
Date:   Saturday Dec. 10th,2016
Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Venue: ClassRoom A B
 Co-ordinated by: Palak Parikh Riya Parekh in presence of Sarika Parikh                                                   Kavita  Parekh
Event#4:

What: Ekasana Swami Vatslya
 Date:   Saturday Dec. 10th,2016
Venue: Dining Room
  Time: 12:30 PM

We are looking for Volunteers to help in Cooking starting from 7:30 AM and serving starting from 12:30PM. Our Board Member Giriraj Jain will be in Kitchen and can tell you where he needs help. Please give him your full support.

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is a must, this will help us serve you efficiently without wasting any food. Please do not forget to collect your Tokens   bring it to the Dining hall. 

(Any RSVP done after Friday Dec. 9th Noon Time will have to wait until 1:30 PM to enter in the dining area)


Event#5:

What:  Dev Vandan 
Tithi:    Maun Agiyaras 
Venue: Class room A&B
Date:    Saturday Dec. 10th,2016
  Time: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Event#6:

What: Chaudash – Deravasi Tradition
Tithi: Chaudas 
Date: Monday Dec. 12th,2016  
Time: 6:00 PM
Mark your calendar for the future Chaudash Pratikraman dates:  
Dec28th

Event#7:

What:  Pakhi pratikraman - Sthanakvasi tradition (Gujarati)
Tithi:    Pakhi (poonam and Amas)
Venue: Class room A&B
Date:    Tuesday Dec. 13th,2016
 Time: 6:30 PM-8:00 PM, followed by Aarati

Mark your calendar for future Pakhi (poonam and Amas) pratikraman dates: 
 Dec 28
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What is Maun Ekadashi?

The festival of Maun Ekadashi (also known as Maun Agyaras) is an auspicious Jain festival which falls on the 11th day of the month Magshar (Magshar Sud 11).  On this day of Ekadashi -
1) Shri Aranath (18th Tirthankar of the Jains) renounced the world and became a monk.
2) Shri Mallinath (19th Tirthankar of the Jains) was born, renounced the world and attained Kevalgyan (Liberation).
3) Shri Neminath (22nd Tirthankar of the Jains) attained Kevalgyan.

Thus, 5 Kalyanaks of the three Tirthankars are celebrated on this day. There are also Chauvishis in other kshetras, namely Bharat kshetra and Airavat kshetra which also had 5 Kalyanaks. So, 5 kalyanaks in 5 Bharat kshetras comes up to 25 Kalyanaks (5 X 5) and 25 Kaylanaks in the 5 Airavat kshetras. Hence, 50 Kalyanaks in all the kshetras for the past, present and future chauvishis gives us 150 Kalyanaks.


Read more: http://www.tattvagyan.co m/jain-festivals/maun-ekadashi /#ixzz4RTcjbgnF

 
 The Rituals of Maun Ekadashi 

On this day the following religious activities are done : 

- A fast is observed with keeping silence 
- Kayotsarga of 11 Logassa 
- 11 Khamasanas 
- 11 Swastiks(Sathiya) and

- 20 Navakarvalis of the Jap Pad 'Aum Rhim Shrim Mallinath Sarvagnaya Namh'.



Upcoming Events

  • December 17thSaturday -    JCNC Annual Day (Winter Sports Day, Shala Day Camp, Community Health Fair, Volunteer Recognition Day)
  • December 22,23,24th Thursday, Friday, saturday -Posh Dashami. The details of the            program to follow
  • December 24thSaturday -    Musical Abhishek
  •  December 28th,Wenesday- Chaudash Pakhipratikraman                                                

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