Audeliver demo podcast: AYAMBIL OLI - ARIHANT SHARNAM : NAVPAD OLI / NAVKAR OLI : SIDDHACHAKRA TAP

AYAMBIL OLI - ARIHANT SHARNAM : NAVPAD OLI / NAVKAR OLI : SIDDHACHAKRA TAP

Published on Fri, 15 Apr 2016 16:28:41

ARIHANT SHARNAM ARIHANT SHARNAM -OLI ARIHANT PAD Navpad Oli comes twice in a year in Ashwin and in Chaitra, lunar months in Indian calendar. Navpad consists of nine supreme powers in the universe. There are five Parameshthi Pad and four Pad related to Dharma. Five Parameshthi includes two Dev tatva and three Guru Tatva. Jain literature (Kalpasutra) indicates that Navapad Oli festivals are Saswati, meaning permenant. It means Navapad Oli festivals exist in all time cycles (past, present, and future). However the other four atthais (including Paryushan) are Asaswati, meaning not permenant. Devotees worship these nine supreme powers during NAVPAD OLI by observing Ayambil tap and worshipping them with several rituals. Devotees observe Jap, Tap, chanting and meditation during the period


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