Sunday, 25 March 2012

Sadhvi Sudarshana Sri Ji left for her heavenly abode

Sadhvi Sudarshana Sri Ji in her heavenly abode: Sadhwi Suyasha Sri and Sadhvi Praguna Sri standing both sides

Sadhvi Sudarshana Sri Ji, disciple of late Pravartini sri Vichakshan Sri Ji left for her heavenly abode today (March 24, 2012) morning at 7.10 AM at Dadabadi, Moti Doongri Road, Jaipur. She had been suffering from severe illness since last nine months. Thousands of devotees offered their homage to the reverend sadhvi sri. Several Sangh such as Sri Jain Shwetambar Khartar Gachchh Sangh, Jaipur; Shrimal Sabha, Multan Sabha,  Tapa Gachchh Sangh, Sanghs of Jawaharnagar, Malviyanagar, Shyamnagar, Mansarovar paid their homage by putting "Kambli" on her. Sri Rikhab Jharchur, Vice-President Akhil Bharatiya Khartar Gachchh Mahasangh also paid his homage coming from Mumbai.

This was sad end of her 70 years journey in the planet. She was born and brought up in Multan (presently in Pakistan) and came India after division. She was initiated at her early age (14) at Palitana and observed her "Charitra" for 56 long years. She remained tranquil during all her illness. She used to say that her teacher lived life of equanimity and she was trying to follow her footsteps.

Two of her elder sisters, Sadhwi Sri Chandrakala Sri Ji and sadhwi Sri Sulochana Sri ji are also living life of nuns. Presently they are in Malpura dadabadi.

Dead body of Sadhvi Sri Sudarshana Sri ji was taken with a procession comprising elephants, horses, musical bands and singers. Thousands of men and women took part in her last procession. Her earthly body was finally taken to Adarshnagar Mokshdham for funeral. Several renowned people including Mr. Arun Chaturvedi, President, BJP (Rajasthan) took part in the funeral along with people from the different segments of the society.

Mundane relatives of Sadvi ji ignited her "Chita" and her earthly body met with five elements.Sri Jain Shwetambar Khartar Gachchh Sangh, Jaipur; Shrimal Sabha and Multan Sabha will jointly organize her "Gunanuvad Sabha" at Dadabadi, Moti Doongri tomorrow March 25, 2012, Sunday between 9 and 10 AM.

Jyoti Kothari


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