On the auspicious occasion of Jain Paryushan, the followers of the Jain community worldwide greet each other with “Michhami Dukkadam”. Michhami Dukkadam, in simple language, means asking for forgiveness.
Here’s looking at “Mann Vachan Kaya Se Michhami Dukkadam” messages, wishes, SMS, shayaris, and quotes.
Michhami Dukkadam Wishes, Quotes, and Messages in English Language
“If I Hurt You By Words, Actions Or Thoughts I Heartily Beg Kshma. You Are So Good That You Will Forgive Me By All Means. Michhami Dukkdam. Happy Samvatsari.”
“I grant forgiveness to all living beings,
All living beings grant me forgiveness on this samvatsari parv
Michhami Dukkadam Greetings.”
“On this auspicious day of Samvatsari, I beg for forgiveness for all hurts caused by me knowingly & unknowingly. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“On the day of Paryushan, I want to apologize for everything that hurt you. I will try not to add sour memories to your life and give you the best from me. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“To get and forget is human nature; to give and forgive is godly-lets try to be godly.
My friendship is with all living beings,
“On the auspicious occasion of Kshamavani, I seek forgiveness from you, if I have hurt you or your feelings, knowingly or unknowingly, directly or indirectly during the last year. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“Life is very long and sometimes we go wrong and hurt people around us. But the pious occasion of Kshamavani gives us an opportunity to seek Kshama for our karmas which have hurt our loved ones. Please accept my apologies. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“As we celebrate Mahaparva Paryushan, with a humble heart and folded hands, I ask for your forgiveness if I have knowingly or unknowingly hurt you in some way through my words or actions. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“The one who forgives is always bigger than the one who asks for forgiveness. By saying Michhami Dukkadam, I seek forgiveness for my actions and words that have hurt you and you have to forgive me.”
Knowledgeable and Meaningful Michhami Dukkadam Messages and Shayaris
“Sometimes I wonder that even I have not hurt you, I have to ask for forgiveness from you…. Next year onwards, I will make sure that my Michhami Dukkadam has some sense added to it.”
“My friends wait for this day because that’s the only day I seek their forgiveness. Michhami Dukkadam to you!”
“No matter how old we grow, but we always make mistakes. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“I seek forgiveness by folding hands and bowing my head in respect. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“Apologizing for your mistakes always keeps you grounded and humble. Michhami Dukkadam to you!”
“May this Paryushan Parv brings you happiness and prosperity.
May we all get self-purification and uplift so that we can adhere
the ten universal virtues in our practical life successfully.”
“Samvatsari means Samta with Vrat in the whole year. If I hurt you by words, actions, or thoughts, I beg Kshama. You are so good that you will forgive me by all means. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“Two words make the creatures of forgiveness happy. Conflict ends, happiness gives thousand happiness, share happiness. Michhami Dukkadam.”
“If you have made a mistake by mistake,
So forget it by mistake,
But forget only forget the mistake,
Don’t forget forget us,
“We do mischief because we are little devils,
We make a mistake because we are human
Do not take our words to heart
You know how silly we are
“In a small life
In our short meeting with you
Because of us,
If your moon-like smile is gone
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About Wishing Michhami Dukkadam in Jain Paryushan
These “Michhami Dukkadam” messages can be used to send to your contacts on WhatsApp. These English wishes messages of Michhami Dukkadam are also helpful for WhatsApp status updates and messages. So these were the compilation of the best messages of Michhami Dukkadam in the message form in the English language. Share it with your Jain/non-Jain friends, ask for their forgiveness by saying “Michhami Dukkadam”. 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.
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.
It should also be seen that Jain Paryushan is not a Jain New Year. Paryushan is just a start of a new beginning.