Samyag Charitra is Sanskrit for "right action or conduct".
Samyag Charitrais celebrated on the eith day of Navapad Oli and is one of the Three Gems of Jainism that
Samyag Jnyana is Sanskrit for "right knowledge" or wisdom.
Samyag Jnyana is celebrated on the seventh day of Navapad Oli. The Jain scriptures indicate that without
Samyag Darshan is Sanskrit for "right view".
Samyag Darshan is celebrated on the sixth day of Navapad Oli and is the root of all
Sadhu is celebrated on the fifth day of Navapad Oli.
Sadhu left home and renounced his previous life. Sadhu then devoted himself to
Upadhyaya is celebrated on the fourth day of Navapad Oli. Upadhyaya knows all twenty-five Jain Agams consisting of eleven Anga and fourteen Purva, which form
On the second day of Navapad Oli, Siddha Pad is celebrated.
The Siddha is the supreme power of nature, and also the purest soul in the