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Mahavir Jayanti 2012, we are sharing Mahavir Jayanti SMS, Mahavir Jayanti Messages, Mahavir Jayanti Quotes, Mahavir Jayanti Greetings and Mahavir Jayanti Wishes 2012. Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated as a birthday of 24th Tirthankar lord Vardhaman Mahavir . This year Mahavir Jayanti will be celebrated on Thursday, 5 April 2012. So enjoy this festival and send Mahavir Jayanti Wishes to your friends or relatives. Click Here

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Mahavir Jayanti Greetings, Mahavir Jayanti Wishes, Mahavir Jayanti SMS, Mahavir Jayanti Messages, about Mahavir Jayanti | Mahavir Ji Fair

April 3, 2012 Leave a comment
Mahavir Jayanti 2012, we are sharing Mahavir Jayanti SMS, Mahavir Jayanti Messages, Mahavir Jayanti Quotes, Mahavir Jayanti Greetings and Mahavir Jayanti Wishes 2012. Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated as a birthday of 24th Tirthankar lord Vardhaman Mahavir . This year Mahavir Jayanti will be celebrated on Thursday, 5 April 2012. So enjoy this festival and send Mahavir Jayanti Wishes to your friends or relatives. Click Here

Mahavir Ji fair is scheduled to take place from April01 to 06, 2012 at Chandangaon in Rajasthan. The major attraction in this fair is ‘The Rath Yatra’ on Baisakh Krishna Dwitiya, where there is a huge procession in which the image of the deity is carried to the bank of river Gambhiri for ‘Kailash Abhishek’ in a golden chariot (Rath) drawn by bullocks. The Shri Mahavirji Fair is held from Chaitra Shukla Ekadasi to Baisakh Krishna Dwitiya (March – April) to commemorate the memory of Shri Mahavir Swami, the 24th tirthankara (saint) of the Jains, in Chandangaon.
In this fair, the idol of Mahavirji is washed by the saint and the asht-gandha is applied to the idol. The worship of the God in the evening is another great ceremony to witness at the fair. There are ghee-lamps that illuminate the sacred atmosphere at the fair. The offerings to the deity include rice, flowers, sandalwood, camphor, mishri that is sugar in its crystallized form and dry fruits. The procession of the deity is called the Rath Yatra, which is the fair’s great attraction for the tourists in Rajasthan.
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