PM greets people on the occasion of Samvatsari

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PM greets people on the occasion of Samvatsari

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday tweeted on the occasion of Samvatsari, a day when the members of the Jain community forgive and seek forgiveness for their mistakes committed either knowingly or unknowingly from all living creatures.

“MichhamiDukkadam! May seeking forgiveness and being forgiving always be at the core of our personality. Our ethos teaches us to be large hearted and never carry grudges.

“Sharing what I had spoken about Samvatsari during one of the earlier episodes of #MannKiBaat,” the Prime Minister tweeted. It loosely translates to “may all the evil that has been done be fruitless”. The idea is to seek forgiveness for one’s bad deeds.

MichhamiDukkadam is a phrase in ancient Prakrit language, found in Jain texts. It loosely translates to “may all the evil that has been done be fruitless”. The idea is to seek forgiveness for one’s bad deeds.

PM greets people on the occasion of Samvatsari

He shared a small clip wherein he had spoken about Samvatsari during one of his earlier episodes of the monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’.

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