Jain World
Sub-Categories of Passions

Preparation of Samayik

Procedure to Start Samayik
Procedure to End Samayik
Reminder of Mistakes to Avoid
  The Obeisance to Teachers
  Repentance for Sins Occurred While Walking
  Uplifting the Soul
  Prayer to 24 Tirthankars and All Siddhas
  Taking (Adopting) The Vow of Samayik
  Obeisance to The Virtuous
  Uvasaggaharam Sootra (Optional)
  Jay Viyaray Sootra (Optional)
  Obeisance to The Virtuous_1
  The Procedure to Complete Samayik




I desire to free myself from all my sins. I may have pained living beings while walking on the road. While coming or going, I may have crushed living beings, seeds, plants, dew, anthills, spider webs, live water, or live earth. Whatever living beings or souls, with one sense, two senses, three senses, four senses or five senses, that I may have inflicted pain, crushed, attacked, covered with dust, rubbed, collided with one another, tormented by turning on one side or completely upside down, moved from one place to another, frightened, bothered, alarmed or separated from life: may all such sins be dissolved. TASSA MICHCHHAMI DUKKADAM.