Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 9 Samyag Tap Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 9 Samyag Tap Pad

 Day 9, SAMYAG TAP: Tap implies Austerity or retribution. Henceforth the word Samyag Tap implies grimness in the right viewpoint and bearing.  It is the last Pad of Navapad. Jain sacred texts portray Tap as going without desires and wants. The objective of the somberness is coming to balance and peacefulness.  Read More

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 8 Samyag Charitra Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 8 Samyag Charitra Pad

 Day 8, SAMYAG CHARITRA: Charitra implies activity or lead. Thus the word Samyag Charitra alludes to the right activity or direct. This is the eighth Pad of Siddhachakra and third of Dharma Tatva. This is third among Ratna Trayee(Three Gems) of Jainism to achieve salvation. It has seventy properties and symbolizes with white shading.  Read More

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 7 Samyag Gyaan Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 7 Samyag Gyaan Pad

 Day 7, SAMYAG GYAAN: Gyaan implies information. Consequently, the word Samyag Gyaan alludes to the right learning. This is likewise called astuteness.  This is the seventh Pad of Siddhachakra and second of Dharma Tatva. It is delineated in the consecrated sacred writings that all activities ought to be gone before by the right information. One can’t segregate amongst … Read more

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 6 Samyag DarshanPad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 6 Samyag DarshanPad

 Day 6, SAMYAG DARSHAN: Samyag is a Sanskrit word that implies right and Darshan implies see.  Subsequently, the word Samyag Darshan implies the right view. It is likewise depicted as confidence in the preachings of Arihant. This is the 6th Pad of Siddhachakra and the first of Dharma Tatva. This is the foundation of all Dharma … Read more

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 4 Upadhyay Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 4 Upadhyay Pad

 Day 4, UPADHYAY: Upadhyay is the fourth station in Navpad and set on the lower bottom of Arihant in Siddhachakra Yantra.  He is the 2nd among Guru Tatva. He should know all Jain Agams, 11 Anga, and 14 Purva twenty-five on the whole. These are his 25 characteristics. He is in charge of scholastic exercises in The … Read more

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 5 Sadhu Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 5 Sadhu Pad

 Day 5, SADHU PAD: Sadhu is the fifth post in Navpad and put in the left half of Arihant in Siddhachakra Yantra. He is the third among Guru Tatva. He has left the house and renunciated. He has committed himself to the heavenly way lectured by Arihant and restrained by Acharya. He dedicates himself to the respectable way that prompts … Read more

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 2 Siddh Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 2 Siddh Pad

 Day 2, SIDDHA PAD: This is the second station of Navapad and posted in the highest position of SIDDHACHAKRA YANTRA.  It is likewise viewed as one of the Deva Tatva as depicted before. Siddha is the incomparable energy of nature. He is the purest soul in the universe without a physical body. One progresses toward becoming … Read more

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 1 Arihant Pad

Navpad Oli (Ayambil) Vidhi Day 1 Arihant Pad

Day 1, ARIHANT PAD – implies the person who has vanquished the inward foes, for example, Anger, Greed, Ego, and Deceit.  Arihant is the incomparable energy of nature. He is the purest soul in the universe with a physical body. Ari implies Enemy and Hant implies destroyer. Here foes are interior and these are Raga(Craving … Read more