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With the passage of time, the flow of a river passes away;

The wind of time flows away.

The high buildings also collapse, but the sweet

rememberance of great people remains forever.




When we remember great men, we surely remember Shripal and Mayana. Their worship is famous. The worship of Nav Pad gives nine types of wealth and meditative peace to the soul. The Panch Parmesh - this are on the topmost position. Their worship removes worries and gives mental peace. The Nav Padji Oli is known as Shashvati Oli. They are celebrated twice in a year- in the months of Chaitra and Ashwin. So the importance of this festival is shown in the following couplet :

'The virtues of the Siddha Chakra are so many,

We can't describe them.

They fulfil the desires of the worshipper.

We pray them thousand times'.




Each Pad in the Nav Pad gives eternal happiness to the soul if it is worshipped with inner heart. The soul becomes Arihant by worshipping the Arihant. The soul gets Siddhi Gati by worshipping the Siddha Pad.

The Ritual of the Navpad Oli:
It is done in the following way

No.
NAME OF THE PAD
KAYOTSARGA IN
LOGASSA
KHAMASANAS
SWASTIKS
NAVKARVALIS
1.
Aum Rhim Namo Arihantanam
12
12
12
20
2.
Aum Rhim Namo Siddhanam
08
08
08
20
3.
Aum Rhim Namo Aayariyanam
36
36
36
20
4.
Aum Rhim Namo Uvajzayanam
25
25
25
20
5.
Aum Rhim Namo Loe Savva Sahunam
27
27
27
20
6.
Aum Rhim Namo Dansanassa
67
67
67
20
7.
Aum Rhim Namo Nanassa
51
51
51
20
8.
Aum Rhim Namo Charittassa
70
70
70
20
9.
Aum Rhim Namo Tavvasa
50
50
50
20


     
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