On this Pious Occasion of Jain Samvatsari, May we all get self-purification & upliftment so we can adhere to ten universal virtues in our practical life successfully.
Is choti si zindagi me,
Hamari aap se choti si mulaqat mein,
Kabhi bhi, Kahi bhi,Jaane Anjaane Mein Ki Gayi Bhul Ke Liye
At the end of Jain festival Paryushana, devotees request forgiveness for any offenses committed during the year by saying ‘Michhami Dukkadam’ or ‘Uttam Kshama’ meaning “If I have offended you in any way, knowingly or unknowingly, in thought, word or deed, then I seek your forgiveness.”
If we reflect on ourselves, we would realize that our mind is continuously busy either thinking about something which may be near to us or could be far away as the other end of the world, talking or doing physical activities. This thinking, our words or our physical activities would be a reflection of our happiness, sorrow, anger, greed, jealousy, & egoism. And, depending upon how we react to those, we attract various types of new karmas to our souls.
No prudent person would like to attract bad karma and at certain stages any karma at all. It is not as easy as turning off a light switch but we have a choice to minimizing our damage so that things would be more conducive for our social & spiritual upliftment. It will ultimately lead to the liberation of our soul from this worldly life.
The Team at Dr. Pankti’s REVIVE Multi Speciality Clinic wishes you all Michhami Dukkadam!
We beg your forgiveness from the bottom of our hearts for any kind of misdeeds or misbehavior whether knowingly or unknowingly happened by us to you through mind, thoughts, actions or speech during the past year.
Let us all start this New Year with a clean pure heart!