Today we all celebrate the festival, Mahavir Jayanti, which is also known as the “Mahaveer Janma Kalyanak”. The festival, Mahavir Jayanti, marks the birthday of the Lord Mahavir – the 24th and the last Tirthankara of the Jain religion.
The carnival, Mahavir Jayanti shall be observed and celebrate in the whole nation of the 17th April 17, and the day is regarded as one of the most sacred days and the pious festival, of the nation.
Lord Mahavir is one of the most important almighty of the Jain religion and the community. He is promoted and practiced non-violence and also preached the message that we all should treat each human beings and any living creature with the love and respect and the Mahavir Jayanti, is the festival, which is Jain people celebrate and observe each and every year anyway, with much happiness and zeal.
The main point of the festival, Mahavir Jayanti is to advocate and urge the message and the theory of the non-violence and peace and also the festival is all about loving and caring for each living beings of this World and universe, indeed.
Mahavir Jayanti: SMSS, Messages, Wishes, Quotes, Pics, Images, Festival, Account, Significances’, Greetings, FB Status
1). Wish you all a very Happy #Mahavir Jayanti.
2). On this #Mahavir Jayanti, let’s take a pledge that we will never hurt anyone, neither physically, nor even in the heart, because life is all about living in harmony and spreading love and care.
3). I want something to get in my life and something to achieve but most important is something which I deserve that is important for me to grab, And IF I’m worthy of the same – Happy #Mahavir Jayanti
4). I wish that the Lord #Mahavir will bless us, profusely and fill our life with the virtue of truth, and the non-violence ~ Happy #Mahavir Jayanti!
5). It is very important and crucial for us to do good and noble work in our lives ~ Happy #Mahavir Jayanti
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) April 17, 2019
We extend our warm greetings & good wishes to all on the auspicious occasion of #MahavirJayanti.#MahaveerJayanti marks the birth anniversary of #LordMahavir – the 24th & the last Tirthankara in #Jainism.
— General Knowledge (@GuideforAll) April 17, 2019