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The Great Festival of Ten Virtues
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Acharya Ahara Akinchanya alongwith Anantanubandhi Anuvrati arise Arjava Dharma ascetic Asrava assuredly auspicious become believing bliss Brahmacharya called Charitra continence Dana Dasha Lakshana Dhyana donation donor emotions engrossed existence external possessions festival five senses forgiveness given giving granting pardon greed Gunasthana Hence Himsa Hindi holy impure indulgence infinite Jain Jiva Jnana Kanji Swami Karmas knowledge Kshama-Vani Mahaveera manifested mind Mithyatva modesty modification Moksha nature Nishchaya non-self objects observed omniscient one-sensed one's Parigraha Paryaya passion of deceit passionless person point of view possessor possible preached pride Punya question real celibacy religion renouncing renunciation reverence right belief rupees Satya Dharma scriptures self-absorbedness self-soul sensual Shastras Shaucha Dharma Shravakas Similarly Songad soul speech and body spiritual straight-forwardness substance supreme forbearance Swadhyaya taking shelter talk Tapa Tattvartha Sutra ten-religions thing Tirthankara touch-sense true truth Tyaga Dharma types of passions Upayoga upto Uttama Vachana Vaiya Vinaya virtues Vyavahara wealth word