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JCSF - Dhwaja Ceremony
 
Dear <<First Name>>,

 
Jai Jinendra,

SAVE THE DATE - May 2, 2021 - TEMPLE DHWAJA
 

Ghee Boli is starting at $1,000, and will continue during our planned satsang as follows:
 
1) Gheel boli will start on April 18 (Sun) for 5 min after satsang around 12 noon
2) Ghee boli continue & final adesh April 25 (Sun) for 5 min after satsang around 12 noon

Finally we will find one or two lucky families who will do Dhwaja change
 
If you are not able to attend any of the above satsang dates and to keep it transparent please do ghee boli using below link, you will receive a time to time update where you stand on your ghee boli for your next move.

PLEASE SEND TEXT MESSAGE OF GHEE BOLI AMOUNT TO BHARTIBEN T SHAH AT 954-649-7724  
 
 
Additional Information about Dhawaja
 
It is also believed that the complexion of all the 24 Tirthankaras was of one of these 5 colors. For instance, Chandraprabha and Pushpadanta were White, Munisuvrata and Neminatha were Blue or dark color, Padmaprabha and Vasupujya were Red, Mallinatha and Pārśva were Green, while the remaining were Golden or YellowishFlag pole  call (Dhwaja dand) works as an Antenna to attract to positive vibrations from nature and pass it in to temple to keep it full of energy and vibrant all the time and guess what happens you being Dhwaja installer (ropen) you earn lot of punya every time when each devotees comes to temple  and bow down to Shikhar Bandhi ghabra with Dhawja on top of Shikhar.

Stay tuned for more information
 
All Sunday In-Person Temple activities are on hold until further notice
 
Dhawaja Colors Meaning 
 
Five colors represent the "Pañch-Parameṣṭhi " and the five vows, small as well as great:
 
White - represents the arihants, souls who have conquered all passions (anger, attachments, aversion) and have attained omniscience and eternal bliss through self-realization. It also denotes peace or ahimsa (nonviolence).
 
Red - represents the siddha, souls that have attained salvation and truth. It also denotes truthfulness (satya).
 
Yellow - represents the acharya the Masters of Adepts. The color also stands for non-stealing (acharya).
 
Green - represents the upadhyaya (adepts), those who teach scriptures to monks. It also signifies chastity (brahmacharya).
 
Dark Blue or Black - represents the sadhus and sadhvis or monks and nuns. It also signifies non-possession.

Thanks, 

Editor JCSF

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