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Spiritual Connection: 11-year-old kid becomes Jain monk; renamed as Hitashay Ratanavijay Ji

The Diksha ceremony for the mother-son duo was conducted with great enthusiasm in January 2024 in Surat, Gujarat

Written by  Shefali Kohli -- May 01st 2024 01:00 PM -- Updated: May 01st 2024 01:01 PM
Spiritual Connection: 11-year-old kid becomes Jain monk; renamed as Hitashay Ratanavijay Ji

Spiritual Connection: 11-year-old kid becomes Jain monk; renamed as Hitashay Ratanavijay Ji

Spiritual Connection: Becoming a monk in the Jain community involves a profound commitment to the principles of Jainism and a dedicated pursuit of spiritual liberation. Individuals who choose to become monks, known as Sadhus or Muni in Jainism, renounce worldly attachments and obligations to lead a life devoted entirely to spiritual practice and the pursuit of enlightenment.

In a remarkable decision, Sweety, a 30-year-old woman and her 11-year-old son Hridhan, embraced the path of Jain monkhood. Following their Diksha ceremony, they received new names: Sweety was renamed Bhavshudhi Rekha Shri Ji, and their son Hridhan became Hitashay Ratanavijay Ji. 


Meanwhile, a relative of the family shared that  Bhavshudhi Rekha Shri Ji made the decision to embrace monkhood during her pregnancy. She also resolved that her son would follow in her footsteps to become a Jain monk

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Extending full support, Bhavshudhi Rekha Shri Ji's husband along with other family members expressed happiness and pride in their decision. 

The Diksha ceremony for the mother-son duo was conducted with great enthusiasm in January 2024 in Surat, Gujarat. They now reside in Surat, continuing their spiritual journey.

As images and videos of the ceremony circulated widely on social media, it has garnered over a million views. 

Becoming a monk entails relinquishing worldly attachments and embracing a life of simplicity, devotion, and introspection. Through disciplined practices like meditation and prayer, monks seek spiritual enlightenment and inner peace. They live in monasteries, following a strict routine centered around prayer, work, and study. Renouncing material possessions and embracing humility, monks dedicate themselves to serving others and cultivating compassion. 


- With inputs from agencies

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