Jainism: Rishabha Deva to Mahavira
Shree Publishers & Distributors, Jan 1, 2003 - Jaina philosophy - 416 pages
Traces The Historical Evolution Of The Jaina Religion-24 Tirthankars Form Rishabha. Discusses The Life And Philosophy Of Rishabha, Mahavira, Parswanath And Their Contributions To The Jaina Chambers-Covers Diverse Aspects Of Jaina Philosophy And Throws Right On, Jaina Faith, Jaina Conduct-Spread Of Jainism And Sramana Tradition In India Among Other Things. 13 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Glossary Etc.
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