Every year, the Jain community celebrates Paryushan Parva for self-purification and religious development. The foremost distinguished vacation in their calendar is this celebration. Jains from everywhere on the planet celebrate Paryushan Parv with a powerful sense of religion and conviction. They think about it to be an extremely important representation within which they make preparations for eight or ten days of prayer and fasting. The Digambar Jains celebrate it for 10 days, whereas the Shwetambar Jains observe it for eight days.
- Paryushana is the name of the Jains’ annual competition.
- The Svetambara sect celebrates it for eight days within the month of Bhadrapada (August/September).
- The celebration is commanded for 10 days by the Digambara sect.