10 Lines on Mahavir Jayanti

Mahavir Jayanti is the prime celebration for the people who belong to Jain community. Mahavir, who is also known as ‘Vardhman’ is the 24th and the last ‘tirthankara’ whose birth anniversary is celebrated every year.

Mahavir was also a spiritual guide who gave five principles in his teachings also known as 'Five Mahavrat'.

These principles are ‘Satya’ means truth, ‘Ahimsa’ means non-violence, ‘Achaurya’ means not to steal anything and ‘Brahmacharya’ means leading a life of saints away from pleasures and ‘Aparigraha’ meaning non attachment.

Mahavir Jayanti is also one of the festivals not only for the Jain community but also for the entire nation and various rites and rituals are performed in Jain temples.

Ten Lines on Mahavir Jayanti in English

We have provided ten lines on Mahavir Jayanti in English. After reading these lines you will know that why Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated, who celebrates Mahavir Jayanti, who is Mahavir, where Mahavir was born, what is another name of Mahavir, by which name the birth anniversary of Mahavir is celebrated, how Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated across India etc.

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10 Lines on Mahavir Jayanti – Set 1

1) Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated every year as birth anniversary of great sage ‘Mahavir’.

2) It is especially celebrated by the people following the Jain religion.

3) Mahavir is also known as ‘Vardhman’, the 24th ‘Tirthankara’ of the Jain religion.

4) Mahavira was the 24th and last ‘Tirthankara’ of Jainism who founded Jainism as religion.

5) Mahavira was born on the Chaitra month during 540 BC at ‘Kundalgrama’ in Bihar.

6) According to Gregorian calendar, Mahavir Jayanti falls in the month of March-April.

7) Mahavir Jayanti is also celebrated by the name of “Mahavir Janma Kalyanak”.

8) It is celebrated with great zeal and zest across all the Jain temples of India.

9) All the holy Jain temples are decorated with flowers and flags etc to celebrate this event.

10) People from Jain religion distribute food, clothes etc to the poor and needy people.


We have provided set of ten lines on Mahavir Jayanti. After going through these lines you will know that when Mahavir was born, where Mahavir was born, who were the parents of Mahavir, what is the five basic principles of Mahavir, for achieving what Mahavir left his kingdom, where Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated, how puja ceremony is done etc.

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10 Lines on Mahavir Jayanti – Set 2

1) Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated in Jain religion which marks the birth anniversary of Mahavir, the 24th and last tirthankara of Jainism.

2) Mahavira was born on the 13th in the ‘Shukla Paksha’ of the ‘Chaitra’ month around 540 BC at Kundalgrama in Vaishali district of Bihar.

3) He was born to king ‘Siddhartha’ and queen ‘Trishala’, after his birth, kingdom’s prosperity was increased so he got the name ‘Vardhman’ means one who grows.

4) Mahavira founded Jainism and gave five basic principles of Jainism which are ‘Satya’, ‘Ahimsa’, ‘Achaurya’, ‘Brahmacharya’ and ‘Aparigraha’.

5) Mahavira was married but left his home and kingdom to seek the real and greater truth and to attain ‘Nirvana’.

6) Mahavira was a kind hearted person and he faced a number of difficulties in his life before he could attain nirvana or the ultimate salvation.

7) On the eve of Mahavir Jayanti, all the temples of Mahavir are decorated and devotees use to come to the temples to seek his blessings.

8) Huge celebration is conducted in Girnar and Palitana of Gujarat, Shri Mahavirji Temple of Rajasthan and Pavapuri Temple in Bihar etc.

9) On Mahavir Jayanti, the idol of Mahavir is given a ritual bath before the puja and celebration followed by a big and grand procession.

10) On the occasion of Mahavir Jayanti, people from Jain community distribute food, clothes and other useful things among the poor  and needy ones.


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10 Lines on Mahavir Jayanti – Set 3

1) Mahavir Jayanti is the most important festival celebrated by the followers of Jainism.

2) It is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Mahavir.

3) Lord Mahavir was the twenty-fourth and last Tirthankara of Jain religion.

4) Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated in the month of March/April in Gregorian calendar.

5) Lord Mahavir was born in a village of Kundagrama of Vaishali district of Bihar.

6) He was married to Yashodhara and had a daughter named Priyadarshana.

7) Lord Mahavir adopted ascetic life at the age of thirty leaving all the comforts.

8) A procession called Rath Yatra is taken out with the idol of Lord Mahavir in it.

9) Huge crowds gather inside the Mahavira temple to seek the blessings of their deity.

10) Lord Mahavir is considered as a supreme preacher of truth and non-violence.


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10 Lines on Mahavir Jayanti – Set 4

1) Mahavir Jayanti is one of the most important festivals which is celebrated by the Jain community in India and the world.

2) Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Mahavir, the twenty fourth and last Tirthankara of Jain religion.

3) The festival of Mahavir Jayanti is also celebrated with the name of ‘Mahavir Janma Kalyanak’ and it is celebrated in March/April as per Gregorian calendar.

4) Lord Mahavir was born in Ikshvaku dynasty in seven storey ‘Nandavarth’ palace and his father was King Siddhartha and mother was Queen Trishala.

5) Lord Mahavir left his royal life and became a monk at the age of thirty, he attained ‘Kaivalya Gyan’ means infinite knowledge and wisdom at the age of 42.

6) After attaining ‘Kaivalya’, Mahavir roamed in whole country to teach his philosophy and his disciples included 14000 male ascetics and 386000 nuns.

7) Regarding the death of Mahavira, the Svetambara Jains believe that Mahavir died in 527 BC and Digambar Jains believe his death occurred in 468 BC.

8) Teachings of Lord Mahavir are ‘Ahimsa’ (non-violence), ‘Asteya’ (non-stealing), ‘Satya (truthfulness), ‘Brahmacharya’ (chastity) and ‘Aparigraha’ (non-attachment). 

9) Mahavira Jayanti is widely and greatly celebrated in which the idol of Lord Mahavir is anointed, which is called as ‘Abhisheka’ in the temples.

10) On the occasion, the devotees remember the teachings of Lord Mahavir and pledge to follow those teachings.

The birth of Mahavir brought happiness and prosperity, freedom from all kind of diseases and troubles in his kingdom and hence he was given the name of ‘Vardhman’ which means ‘one who grows’. Vardhman always tried to spread the message of love, truth and ahimsa among everybody and while practicing in his daily life, he attained ‘nirvana’ which is considered as highest achievement of any soul to get freed from the death and birth cycle. Mahavir Jayanti is a festival which helps to spread peace, prosperity and non violence and spreads brotherhood and unity.