14 Jain Shwetambar Pratikaman Samvatsari Videos: YouTube Channels To Watch Deravasi and Sthanakvashi Full Pratikaman

The last day of Jain Samvatsari is of utmost significance. Many hardcore Jains usually follow this exercise of Pratikaman throughout the year. While some others follow only at the time of Choumasa. Most of the Jains go to a religious place called Sthaanak for Pratikaman only at the time of the 8-days Paryushan festival.

Pratikaman is many hours long prayer done at one stretch. The prayer on the 8th day of Paryushan is usually long. This year, due to the COVID pandemic, the Pratikaman prayer will happen indoors. To make sure you do your Pratikaman in the proper way, these are some of the YouTube channel videos that can help you. Here’s looking at the Shwetambar Samvatsari Pratikaman videos.

Jain Shwetambar Samvatsari Pratikaman YouTube Videos

As there are 2 main sects in the Shwetambar Jains – Sthanakvasi and Deravasi. The length of the Pratikaman is different for both the sects. Here’s looking at the Pratikaman videos of both, Sthanakvashi and Deravasi.

4 Jain Deravasi Full Pratikaman Videos for Samvatsari on YouTube

Derawasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

Derawasi Pratikaman in Hindi.

Derawasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

Derawasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

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10 Jain Sthaanakvasi Full Pratikaman Videos for Samvatsari on YouTube

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Hindi.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Hindi.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Hindi.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Hindi.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Hindi.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Gujarati from the United States.

Sthanakvasi Pratikaman in Gujarati.

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About Wishing Michhami Dukkadam in Jain Paryushan

After Paryushan Parv gets over, Jains usually greet each other by saying Michhami Dukkadam. Michhami Dukkadam, in simple language, means asking for forgiveness, whether or not, intentionally or unintentionally we have caused any trouble to any living forms on the earth. They may be plants, humans, animals, micro-organisms, insects, etc. The 8-days long festival also known as “Paryushan” is celebrated worldwide by the Jain people. Michhami Dukkadam is not just limited to Jain religion. It can be used in the form of saying sorry and asking for forgiveness in any religion.

It should also be seen that Jain Paryushan is not a Jain New Year. Paryushan is just a start of a new beginning.

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