Jain Bhajan is referred to any devotional song based on Jain religious theme or spiritual thoughts, particularly among Jainism. The word bhajanam is a Sanskrit word which implies reverence and invents from the root word bhaj which implies to revere, as in "bhaja govindam". Some experts say that "bhajana" means sharing.
Find the Devotional Music in Jainism
Jain stuti is a kind of popular and historically all-encompassing genre of devotional music in Jainism. The subject of a Stavan can be differ started from the extol of Jina, Jain religious thoughts and its philosophy, in a way just like Bhakti Bhajans. Jainism refuses any god of Creator, but allows protector deities and soul’s rebirth as heavenly beings, and its devotional singing customs mix these beliefs. Stavan may comprise worship and dancing of rituals.
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Known as Bhajan in north and West Indian local languages, a Stavan is usually sung as folk melodies by groups of Jain ladies and are an official part of ceremonies and celebrations within Jainism. Several Kirtan are planned for additional audience participation, where the singer asks for a spiritual chant, a hymn, a mantra or a topic, after that the audience then answers back by repeating the chant or by chanting a reply of their communal beliefs. As contrast, a bhajan is either professional in silence or a "sing along". Religious scholars turning to the Jain community sing bhajans devoted to different saints and hunt for blessings of the Almighty.