According to community secretary Sachin Kasliwal Jain seers Meena didi, Sadhana didi, and Vidaksha mataji told that being cut off from the materialistic life is the base of akinchan dharm. The seers were delivering sermons at different Jain temples on the occasion of paryushan. Kasliwal further told that during the 10 day camp Jain devotees are willingly donating for the community.
Motirani Veersen Jain, Vijiya Dr SK Jain, Suresh Taradevi Kasliwal, Sanjay Barjatya, Omprakash Jain, Leelabai, Ramesh, Meena, Ekta, Snehlata Sogani, Rajendra Luhadiya, Dharmendra Sethi, Sanjay Jain, Vikas Sethi, Hemant Gangwal, Anju Gangwal, Vinita Kasliwal, Anju Om Jain, Sulochana Sethi, Indermal Jain and Dipti Gangwal took part in the various religious activities on the eighth day of Paryushan.
Procession to be taken out on Sunday to conclude Paryushan
A functionary of Jain community Anil Gangwal said that a grand religious procession will be taken out on Sunday by the community members. On the concluding day a procession will be taken out from Jain temple in Namak Mandi. It will trace Khara Kuan, Atlas Chouraha, Bahadurganj, Kshirsagar, Kanthal, and Chhota Sarafa areas. Another religious procession will be taken out from Jain temple in Jaysingpura on September 26 to mark the festival of Kshmavani, Gangwal added.
Community members Prakash Kasliwal, Suresh Benada, Vimal Jaiswal, Bhagchand Sogani, Mangilal Luhadiya, Dilip Kasliwal, Dhakumar Jain, Naveen Jain, Subodh Jain, Mahavir Bagadiya, Shailendra Jain, Sanjeev Gangwal, Mahendra Chandwad, Mahavir Jain, Pushpendra Bohara, Anil Tongya and other office bearers of the community appealed the community members to attend all the religious programmes and processions and make them successful.