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Ksamavani and Dashalakshani-parva ends and Eve of Sukkot

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Friday, September 29, 2023 (all day)
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On Ksamavani, Jains ask forgiveness of others for wrongs committed during the previous year, and likewise forgive those who caused them suffering. Religious accommodation for special worship may be required for this observance/holy day. -----

The Digambara sect celebrates Dashalakshani-parva for ten days (ending today, September 10) by fasting, worship, meditation, confession, and by dedicating each day to a virtue: forgiveness, humility, honesty, purity, truthfulness, self-restraint, asceticism, study, detachment, and celibacy. Religious accommodation for special worship may be required for this observance/holy day. -----

Observance begins at sundown. Religious accommodation may be required for this observance/holy day. Suspension of work/classes may be requested by observant. Accommodation for Jewish Reform: eve of Sukkot + first day: non-working; Accommodation for Jewish Orthodox: eve of Sukkot + first two days: non-working.

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