Mahāvīra: His Life and Teachings
A Combined Edition Of 2 Books On Jainism-Mahavira; His Life And Teachings By B.C. Law First Published In 1936 And-Schools And Sects; In Jaina Literature By A.C. Sen First Published In 1931. Useful For Jain Studies Since It Makes Available The 2 Books That Have Been Out Of Print.
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Acarahga accept food according acts Ahgas ajiva Ajiviya Akriyavada ascetic Asthigrama attainment austerities Barua believed Bhag Bhagavati-Sutra Bimbisara body bondage Brahman Buddha Buddhaghosa Buddhist texts called Canon cause death deeds Digha disciple of Mahavira doctrine drink dukkha eternal faith follower of Parsva four gods Gosala gotra Harsakula heretical Ibid Jacobi Jain Jaina Jaina-Sutras Jainism Jina jiva Kalpa-Sutra karma Kesi killing knowledge Kriydvdda Ksatriya lay disciples liberation Licchavis literature lived by eating lotus-pool Magadha Mahavira Majjhima meditated mentioned moksa monk Nalanda Nataputta Nigantha Nirgranthas Nirvana Northern India obtained omniscient pain Pali Pali Nikayas Paniyabhumi paratah Pava Payesi penance perfection pleasure practice Purvas rainy season Rajagrha recluses refers religious right conduct Saddalaputta Samkhya samvara Savatthi schools sects Silanka sins soul exists Sramanas Sravasti Srenika Bimbisara Sut.S Sutra Sutrakrtanga Sutta teachers teachings of Mahavira things Tirthahkara Uttaradhyayana Uttaradhyayana-Sutra Uvasaga-dasao VaiSali Vanijagrama Vesali Videha Vinayavada vows