Jain Holidays 2023

Through the Jain Holidays 2023 you will get to know about the major festivals, fasts, and holidays of the Jain religion occuring in 2023. You will also get to understand the other information related to these major dates as well. With the help of this you will be able to plan your holidays accordingly, and you can wisely spend your time with your family members. So, let’s move forward and firstly read more about the Jain religion.

Jain Holidays 2023

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यहाँ हिंदी में पढ़ें: जैन त्योहार 2023

Jain religion is a religion of peace. This is a religion where you get the answers for peace of mind and soul and the ways by which you can achieve that. The believers of this religion worship Tirthankara Lord Mahavir. There are five major Mahavratas mentioned in the Jain religion and they are Non-violence (Ahimsa), Truthfulness (Satya), Chaste living (Brahmacharya), Non-attachment (Aparigraha), and Namrata (Humility). Lord Mahavira has enlightened the masses about such topics and these topics are religiously and strictly practiced by his followers.

There are two sects in the Jain religion; the Digambara sect and the Svetambara sect. The monks of Digambara sect abstain from wearing clothes and the monks of Svetambara wear only white clothes. This is brief information of the Jain religion; now let’s read about the major Jain Holidays 2023 upcoming in the year 2023.

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List Of Jain Jain Holidays 2023

Jain Holidays 2023: January
Date & Day Festival & Fast
4th January, Wednesday Rohini Vrat
20th January, Friday Meru Trayodashi
31st January, Tuesday Rohini Vrat
Jain Holidays 2023: February
Date & Day Festival & Fast
26th February, Sunday Beginning of Falgun Ashtahnika Vidhan
27th February, Monday Rohini Vrat
Jain Holidays 2023: March
Date & Day Festival & Fast
6th March, Monday Falgun Chaumasi Chaudas
7th March, Tuesday Falgun Ashtahnika Vidhan Complete
15th March, Wednesday Beginning Of The Rainy Season
27th March, Monday Rohini Vrat
28th March, Tuesday Beginning Of Chaitra Navpad Oli
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Jain Holidays 2023: April
Date & Day Festival & Fast
4th April, Tuesday Mahavir Swami Jayanti
6th April, Thursday Completion Of Chaitra Navpad Oli
22nd April, Saturday Rainy Season
23rd April, Sunday Rohini Vrat
30th April, Sunday Mahavir Swami Kaivalya Gyan
Jain Holidays 2023: May
Date & Day Festival & Fast
21st May, Sunday Rohini Vrat
Jain Holidays 2023: June
Date & Day Festival & Fast
17th June, Saturday Rohini Vrat
25th June, Sunday Starting Of Ashadha Ashtihrika Vidhan
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Jain Holidays 2023: July
Date & Day Festival & Fast
2nd July, Sunday Ashadh Chaumasi Chaudas
3rd July, Monday Completion Of Ashadh Ashtahnika Vidhan
14th July, Friday Rohini Vrat
Jain Holidays 2023: August
Date & Day Festival & Fast
10th August, Thursday Rohini Vrat
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Jain Holidays 2023: September
Date & Day Festival & Fast
7th September, Thursday Rohini Vrat
11th September, Monday Beginning Of Paryushan Festival
20th September, Wednesday Samvatsari Festival
Jain Holidays 2023: October
Date & Day Festival & Fast
4th October, Wednesday Rohini Vrat
21st October, Saturday Beginning Of Ashwin Navpad Oli
28th October, Saturday Completion Of Ashwin Navpad Oli
31st October, Tuesday Rohini Vrat
Jain Holidays 2023: November
Date & Day Festival & Fast
12th November, Sunday Lakshmi Puja
14th November, Tuesday Gujarati New Year
18th November, Saturday Labh Panchami
19th November, Sunday Beginning Of Kartik Ashtahnika Vidhan
26th November, Sunday Kartik Chaumasi Chaudas
27th November, Monday Completion Of Kartik Ashtahnika Vidhan
28th November, Tuesday Rohini Vrat
Jain Holidays 2023: December
Date & Day Festival & Fast
5th December, Monday Rohini Vrat
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Now Let Us Know About The Major Festivals Of The Jain Religion

Meru Trayodashi

In the Jain religion, Meru Trayodashi is considered to be one of the most special festivals. This festival comes in the month of Magha (the eleventh month of the Hindu Panchang) every year. On this day people worship God Rishabhnath. It is believed that God Rishabhnath fasted on this day, and it was through this that he obtained emancipation. Out of the 24 Tirthankaras of the Jain religion, God Rishabhnath was the first one.

Rohini Vrat

This festival is very popular among the believers of the Jain religion and it is celebrated with passion and immense vigor. On this day, married women practice fasting and worship for their partner’s long life. According to the beliefs of the Jain religion, worshiping Goddess Rohini eradicates poverty in the house of the worshiper. The family also gets blessed with peace and prosperity.

Mahavir Jayanti

The last Tirthankara of the Jain religion was God Mahavir and Jain believers all around the world celebrate Mahavir Jayanti. On this day, the worshippers of God Mahavir celebrate the day with a statue of God Mahavir followed by a procession. On the day of Mahavir Jayanti, his believers ask for peace and prosperity in their lives.

Lakshmi Puja

According to the beliefs practiced by the Jain religion, Lakshmi Puja is done on the day when God Mahavir attained emancipation; when he successfully won over the world’s delusion (MohMaya). On this day people worship God Mahavir and complete their previous transactions and start anew on this day. People also offer sweets (nirvana ladoos) to God Mahavir on this auspicious day.

Maun Ekadashi

In Jain religion, the Maun Ekadashi is considered to be the most pious and auspicious day. According to the Jain calendar, this day comes in the month of Margashirsha. People who observe proper rituals and fast on this day of worship are said to have their intentional or unintentional sins forgiven. There is another belief that says that on this day, the 18th Tirthankara, Shri Arnath Ji left the worldly possessions and became a saint. On the same day, their 19th Tirthankara, Shri Mallinath was born. On the auspicious day of Maun Ekadashi, the 22nd Tirthankara of the Jain religion, Shri Neminath Ji attained emancipation as well (Moksha).

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