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- Dhwaja Mohotsav ( 103 Years ) Day 3 : Shree Sidhchakra Mahapooja
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The Siddhachakra Yantra is the most auspicious and most versatile mystical diagram in the Jains ‘Siddha‘ means liberated soul and ‘chakra‘ means freedom from karmic bondages. ‘Yantra‘ means a mystical diagram. When one worships the Siddhachakra Yantra, one’s soul becomes liberated from karmic bondages.
The Yantra depicts the whole Jain Dharm, the principle nine elements (Nav Pad) and the protective diaties. The main section is in the form of an auspicious Kalash. It has two main componenets. The first is the Nav Pad, which consists of circles 1 and 3, and this represents the standard (stand-alone) Siddhachakra, which is commonly used in Puja. The second main component is the protective rings of deities. The focus on these protectors makes the worldly benefits of the Siddhachakra more understandable and attractive.
Vidhikaar Shree Mulchandbhai explained all the nine padas – Arihant, Siddha, Aacharya, Upadhyay, Sadhu, Gyan, darshan, Charitra and Tapa.
The Pooja Was organized by Shree Mulji Khetshi Parvaar Towards Navanu yaatra , ayambil odi and varsitap by Sushree Bayabai. The pooja started at 8:30 a.m. where many bhgyashaali gnatijans got a chance to participate in this Maha poojan. The pooja was followed by Swamivatsalya Jeemanvaar at Mayfair by Shree Mulji Khetshi Gosar parivaar
Bhakti Bhaavna started at 8:30 p.m. in derasrji where gnatijans enjoyed the stavans and also got the glimpse of Aangi decoration.
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