Learn Jainism app brings you a great way to get introduced to the Jain building blocks. TIRTHANKAR SECTION Tirthankar section provides the list of 24 ...
Learn Jainism app brings you a great way to get introduced to the Jain building blocks. TIRTHANKAR SECTION Tirthankar section provides the list of 24 Jain Tirthankars with beautiful pictures, their sequence number and their name in English and Hindi and the audio pronunciation of their name. In Jainism, a TÄ«rthaá¹…kara is a human being who helps in achieving liberation and enlightenment as an "Arihant" by destroying their soul-constraining (ghati) karmas, became a role-model and leader for those seeking spiritual guidance. Tirthankaras revitalize Jain Society by organisation of fourfold Jain Order consisting of monks, nuns, laymen and laywomen. Not all souls become TÄ«rthaá¹…karas. There are twenty-four TÄ«rthaá¹…karas in this time era who revitalized the Jain Order. ANUPOORVI Anupoorvi offers the age-old tradition of Jain meditation technique using the jumbled form of the evergreen most basic very first Jain Mantra that a person learns. Navakar Mantra is the most significant mantra in Jainism. This is the 1st prayer taught to young children. Reciting this mantra, the devotee bows with respect to 5 people in the following order - 1.the humans who have cleared their gati karmas (Arihants), 2.the fully liberated souls (Siddhas), 3.the spiritual leaders (Acharyas), 4.the teachers (Upajjhayas) and 5.the monks (Sadhus and Sadhvis). There is no mention of any particular names of the gods. The prayer is done towards the guna, or the good qualities of the gods, teachers and the saints. Jains do not ask for any favors or material benefits from the Tirthankaras or from sadhus and sadhvis. This mantra simply serves as a gesture of deep respect towards beings they believe are spiritually ahead and to remind the people of their ultimate goal of nirvana or moksa. Anupoorvi offers the 5 color coded symbolic numbers in jumbled up order for the devotees to bow to human/soul/leader/teacher/monk. How to use Anupoorvi Navkar Mantra has 5 lines which are usually said in fixed order. In the Anupoorvi you will be shown the 5 numbers in jumbled order. For each number say the corresponding line of the Navkar Mantra. To help you remember what to say on which number, just tap the card and itâ€™s back side will show you the correct order. Now you have to say it per the order displayed on the front. This is a great way to meditate. For example: 4 = Recite Namo Uvajhhayanam 3 = Recite Namo Ayariyanam 5 = Recite Namo Loy Savvasahunam 2 = Recite Namo Siddhanam 1 = Recite Namo Arihantanam We hope you will enjoy learning the cool things about Jainism via our app. Do let us know your feedback on what more you would like us to add to this app. Many Thanks WAGmob Team
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