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An epitome of Jainism

being a critical study of its metaphysics, ethics, and history, etc. in relation to modern thought

by Puran Chand Nahar

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Published by H. Duby in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jainism

  • Edition Notes

    BYU copy lacks t-p.

    Statementby Puran Chand Nahar and Krishnachandra Ghosh
    ContributionsGhosh, Krishnachandra
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings), plates (part col.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24727972M

    It represents an epitome of Jainism. This book has ten chapters of uneven length containing the above number of aphorisms. The subject content is not new. However, it has brought together all the earlier scattered material for the first time in a structured system. It consists of all the necessary fundamentals of Jainism. Neminatha is the twenty-second tirthankara (ford-maker) in is also known simply as Nemi, or as Aristanemi which is an epithet of the sun-chariot. Along with Mahavira, Parshvanatha and Rishabhanatha, Neminatha is one of the twenty four tirthankaras who attract the most devotional worship among the essor: Naminatha.

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About the Book The present book AN ENCYCWPAEDIA OF JAINISM, is a compilation' forming' an epitome having for its basis the most orthodox principles, doctrine and tenets as found in the original work of authority and high antiquity as promulgated on the subject by Jaina speculative writers and conformed to by accurate thinkers in their spiritual inquiries.

An epitome of Jainism, being a critical study of its metaphysics, ethics, and history &c. in relation to modern thought, Author: Puran Chand Nahar ; Krishnachandra Ghosh. Līlāvatīsāra (epitome of Līlāvatī) is a poem composed by Jinaratna.

Jina Ratna belonged to Khartara Gachchha of the Svetambara sect of Jainism. It tells the stories of the lives of a group of souls as they pass through a series of embodiments on their way to final liberation from the continual cycle of death and rebirth.

This text of tattvartha Sutra has two versions containing ‑ aphorisms. The text contents are related with the major theoretical and practical aspects of Jain system. It is a small text but it describes Jainism excellently.

It represents an epitome of book has ten chapters of uneven length. The subject content is not new. Welcome to Peep into Jainism.

The popular beliefs about Jainism differ widely from those held by its followers, or as they were expounded by its religious Teachers. Such notions are confined not only to the field of Ethics. An Epitome of Jain Philosophy.

Cosmos. Idol Worship in Jainism. The Triple Jewels. The Path of True Freedom. Ahimsa (Ahinsa) (Sanskrit: अहिंसा IAST: ahiṃsā, Pāli: avihiṃsā) ("compassion") is an ancient Indian principle of nonviolence which applies to all living beings. It is a key virtue in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.

Ahimsa is one of the cardinal virtues of Jainism, where it is first of the Pancha is also the first of the five precepts of Buddhism. Ahinsā (Ahinsā, alternatively spelled 'ahinsa', Sanskrit: अहिंसा IAST: ahinsā, Pāli: avihinsā) in Jainism is a fundamental principle forming the cornerstone of its ethics and doctrine.

The term ahinsa means nonviolence, non-injury and absence of desire to harm any life forms. Vegetarianism and other nonviolent practices and rituals of Jains flow from the principle of. Jainism: Book 1. Jainism is a leader among religions in providing hospitals for animals and birds.

Its epitome of true spirituality is when a monk, wrapped in contemplation, takes time to mend the broken wing of a little sparrow. Jainism's ancient advocacy of vegertarianism is receiving global attention due to severe food shortages and.

The book can serve as a text book for college boys’ examination of the All India Digamber Jain Parishad and other similar institutions. Religion, it may be pointed out, is a subject. It is to meet this difficulty we have added some actual quotations and happenings from newspapers and religions other than Jainism.

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It is a small text but it describes Jainism excellently. It represents an epitome of Jainism. This book has ten chapters of uneven length containing the above number of aphorisms.

Introduction To Tattvartha-sutra Most of the sacred literature of the Jains is written in Ardhamagadhi language. This was the public language in those days. However, the times changed. Sanskrit became the royal and elite language.

The Jain scholars too started writing their religious and other texts in sanskrit. Tattvartha Sutra is the first such. The Epitome of Queen Lilávati tells the stories of the lives of a group of souls as they pass through a series of embodiments on their way to final liberation from the continual cycle of death and rebirth.

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