In a unusuak improvement, a 22-year-old young lady from Hyderabad has chosen to take up Jain ‘sanyasa deeksha.’
Amid the first day’s custom of the ‘sanyasa deeksha’, the young lady, Suman Kumari, was taken in a parade on an elephant at the verifiable Jain journey focus at Kolanupaka in Alair mandal in Nalgonda area.
For the last time in her life she wore a fine dress on Wednesday and as a major aspect of the ceremonies, Ms Kumari was taken in a parade joined by a few elderly individuals. As an image of renunciation and diversion towards materialistic life, she kept aside all her assets, for example, gold, cash and different articles on the roadside and was seen grinning all through the parade that took a couple of hours to run its course.
As it was the first ‘sanyasa deeksha’ lately at the renowned Jain journey place for Svetambar Jains in South India, numerous Jains from adjacent spots, especially from Hyderabad, landed in huge numbers to watch the ceremonies and tune in it.
Jain friars headed by Jayantsen Suri Maharaj Guru were available at the sanctum on the event at Rajendra Suri Guru Mandir, where the customs are consistently performed.
Ms. Suman Kumari is learnt to have finished her Intermediate. The dress worn by her amid the parade would be unloaded later, said an individual at the capacity.
On the second day’s custom on Thursday, the young lady’s hair would be culled by a few religious senior citizens and she would be introduced white garments which she needs to wear for whatever is left of her life. From that point forward, she would lead her life in Jain sanctuaries as a sanyasin and religious senior citizens would likewise provide for her another name.