This Raksha Bandhan, let’s break away from the traditional cycle of gifting sweets and material possessions. While these gifts bring temporary joy, they often fade away with time. Instead, let us embrace the true essence of this auspicious occasion by giving a gift that lasts a lifetime – the gift of knowledge, education, values, and […]
Navpad Oli, also known as Ayambil Oli, is a significant festival in Jainism that lasts for nine days and occurs twice a year. During this festival, Jains worship the nine supreme entities of the universe, namely Arihant, Siddha, Acharya, Upadhyay, Sadhu/Sadhvi, Samyak Darshan, Samyak Gyan, Samyak Charitra, and Samyak Tap. Many Jains observe Ayambil Tap, […]
Paryushan is the time for making up and cleaning the dirt, which is in the form of karma collected on our souls. The festival stands for the celebration of spiritual awareness and is one of the most important annual festivals of the Jain religion. This festival gives everyone a chance for self-analysis and deep introspection. […]
It is that time of the year… when boxes of soan papdi and kaju katlis are passed on from house to house, unopened. Memes about regifting are funny — until we stop to think about the implications. Have we become so totally unimaginative about gifts? Have we stopped putting thought and heart into choosing the right […]
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