It is the story of a young girl Aradhya, who belongs to the Jain culture. On this great festival of Paryushan Mahaparva, I wish to share a golden message of sacrifice, dedication, and devotion for the entire mankind. This festival is symbolic of penance and renunciation. Resentment and fury are the enemies of mankind. The more they cast bitterness toward others, the less peace they will acquire. Anger and ego are the most contentious damages in the world that will never help to heal from past mishaps.
So now the question arises about the consequences of the repetition of hostility for the wrongdoers instead of forgiveness and acceptance. Like the great legends of Buddha, Christ, Mohammed, and Mahavir, we need to channel our thoughts in positive directions. Holding vengeance against the culprit will only hurt you and nothing more. Compassion and love can build a bridge between human beings and others. On this great festival, let’s caress divinity to forget and forgive others. May we unfold the jewels of forgiveness, sympathy, and even empathy for possessing eternal peace instead of clinging to violence. Let me complete my message with a sublime spirit of letting in the future expectations by accepting my past with a broad vision.