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Pathaan: Deepika Padukone showed a glamorous look with the gun, John-Shahrukh was impressed, trailer will be out on this day 

Pathan Trailer Out Date: Shah Rukh Khan has shared 4 new posters of ‘Pathan’. Along with this, he told me when the trailer for ‘Pathan’ will be launched. In these posters of the film, Deepika Padukone has added glamor to the gun. At the same time, John Abraham and Shah Rukh have also looked aggressive.

Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham in the new poster of Pathan. (Photo courtesy: Instagram @Imsrk)

Mumbai. Pathan New Posters: Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham have released 4 new posters for the upcoming film ‘Pathan’. Different looks of Shahrukh, Deepika, and John are seen in three posters, while the look of all three has been combined in one poster. While sharing these four posters of the film, Shah Rukh told that the trailer of ‘Pathan’ (Pathan Trailer Out) will be out tomorrow i.e. on January 10. Sharing a combined poster, he wrote, “Thanks for waiting… now come to Pathan ki Mehfil mein aa jao. Pathan trailer will be out tomorrow at 11 am.”

What is Santhara or Sallekhna?
We often hear that after Jain saints had sacrificed their lives, they had done Santhara or Sallekhana for this. First of all, know what is Sallekhana or Santhara? Sallekhana or Santhara is a pious practice adopted by Jain saints or sages after knowing the nearness of the last time. In other words, when Jain saints feel that their death is near, they voluntarily give up food and water. It is considered a way to die by one’s own will. It is also called the last meditation of life.

What does Tatvartha Sutra say?
In the book ‘Tatvartha Sutra’ of Jain saints, there is an order for Jain sages to sacrifice their bodies only after adopting Santhara or Sallekhana. In Santhara, the food and water of Shravak or Muni are not stopped under pressure or forcibly. In Santhara, Saint or Muni or Shravak voluntarily stops food and water step by step. According to Jain texts, in Santhara or Sallekhana, food is given to Jain sages based on rules. Then it is gradually turned off. After this, Jain sages do not take food till they die.

The last journey of Jain saints is taken out on Doli. In this, the dead bodies of saints are tied to a wooden board to make them sit in a state of meditation.

Why the last journey in Doli?
The last journey of the Jain sages, who have sacrificed Pradha through Sallekhana or Santhara, is taken out in a doll or a palanquin. They are made to sit on a wooden plank and tied. The position of his hands and feet is kept in prayer posture. In fact, in Jain scriptures, getting death for saints is also said to be a part of sadhana. That’s why they are tied to the board by sitting in a state of meditation i.e. Padma Asana.
Why the last mile quote?
In the last journey of Jain sages, the people of the society also bid. In this, people associated with the society apply right shoulder, and left shoulder, toss gulal, toss coins, and many other dialects including fire rites. For some of these, the bids go up to crores of rupees. Many people may find it strange to bid at a funeral. But, the people of Jain society give their contributed to social work by bidding at every stage of the last rites. The money collected through bidding is used for temple construction, the welfare of the poor, and many other social works.
How is the process of Mukhagni?
After the last journey, the mortal remains of Jain sages are also lit like Hindu traditions. Jain mantras are chanted during this. During this, while remembering the pilgrimage and liberated souls, wishes are also made for the spiritual upliftment of the dead soul. After cremation, the ashes of Shravak are immersed in the river. At the same time, there is no tradition of immersion of the ashes of Jain saints or sages. If the samadhi of a saint is made, then his bones are kept in an urn and buried in the ground and a samadhi is made over it. The bones of some saints are also kept at those places where they have lived or visited a lot.

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