Jhabua Rahim Sherani Tattvatrayi Pratishthotsav organized at Bhandavpur Mahatirth she. of the Pattadhars, Gachchadhipati Nityasenasurishwara and Bhandavapur Tirthoddhara Acharya Jayaratnasurishwara M.A. she. The event is being held from February 5 to 20 with various religious and cultural events under the auspicious auspices of the huge Sramana-Sramanivrinda.
On February 5, the Acharya and Sadhu-Sadhvis will enter
During the Pratishthotsav ceremony, Jainacharya Nityasena Sureshwara M Sa and Acharya Jayaratna Sureshwara M Sa will enter the sadhu-sadhvi on Monday.
The entire shrine complex has been specially equipped for the Pratishthotsav and various committees have been formed for each event to provide their services with dedication. The entire event will be organized by Mahavir Jain Swetambar Pedhi (Trust), Wardhaman-Rajendra Jain Bhagyodaya Trust (Sangh), Tattvatrayi Pratishtha Mahotsav Samiti.
Several administrative officers and distinguished office bearers of social organizations will also attend the function.
These programs will be conducted by the efficient Muniraj Anandvijay M.Sc. she. informed that on the first day of the festival on February 5, Kumbh installation, lamp installation, Jalayatra, Jwararopan, historical grand Samaiya, elephant, horse, buggy, band, drums and instruments of Jainacharya and sadhu-sadhvis from silver urn Along with the fascinating performances of various artists will reach the shrine gate.
Grand inauguration of Kshatriyakunda Nagari (Raj Sabha), Bharatpur Nagari (Bhojan Mandap), Abhinandan Mandap (Bahuman Kaksha), Pavapuri Nagari (Residence), Mahavir Mandap (Anjanshalaka Kriya Mandap) by the beneficiary families will be done. On the same day, in the afternoon, Parsvnath Panchakalyanak Puja will be taught and arches will be tied from house to house. Morning Navkarsi Muhurt announcement will be on behalf of the beneficiary, afternoon Navkarsi Jajam will be on behalf of the beneficiary and evening Navkarsi will be on behalf of the beneficiary family of the Lord’s Munim. The event will also include prabhavana, beautiful adornment of God and Guru statues and devotion and lighting by the beneficiary family.