Jain Agamas: an introduction to canonical literature
Provides Clear Analysis Of Vast Jain Literature And Contributes To The Understanding Of The Wider Question-Growth And Ramifications Of The Jaina Philosophical And Religion Conceptions. Focuses Of Jaina Canonical Literature Which Is Studied Under Eight Different Sections.
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Study of Jaina Canonical Sutras
Jaina Canonical LiteratureII 33124
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Abhayadeva According agama Agamodaya Samiti Ahga ajiva Ajivikas alms angas Aritthanemi ascetic asrava Aupapatika Sutra austerities B. C. Law begging Bhagavati birth body Bombay Brahmajala Sutta Brahmana Buddha Buddhist called Campa CANONICAL LITERATURE century A.D. commentary composed conduct consists contains death deceit delusion dharma Digambaras Digha disciples doctrine Drstivada edited existence faith five four ganadharas Gautama greed guptis hell Hemacandra householder Ibid Indian Jacobi Jain Jaina Canonical Jaina Canonical Sutras Jaina Sutras Jainism Jinas jiva Kalpasutra karma kinds king Krsna Kumarapala lesya liberation living Magadha Mahavira means meditation mind monk Nandi Nikaya one's Pali Parsva passions penance perfection person philosophical pleasures possessed practise Prakrit pratikramana preceptor purvas Quoted by Law Rajagrha religious right knowledge sacred sages samayika samvara Sanskrit Schubring scriptures senses sins soul sramana stories Sutrakrtanga Sutta Svetambara teacher things Tirthankaras treatise upanga Uttaradhyayana Uvasagadasao Vallabhi Vasudeva verse worldly