Jaina Contribution to Varanasi
Ramesh Chandra Sharma, Pranati Ghosal
Jñāna-Pravāha, Centre for Cultural Studies and Research, Jan 1, 2006 - Jaina art - 166 pages
Varanasi/Kashi Has Been A Confluence Of Several Religious And Philosophical Thoughts Including Jainism. Four Pontiffs (Tirthankara) Viz. Supasvanatha, Sreyamsanatha, Chandraprabha And Parsvanatha Are Supposed To Have Been Born In The Varanasi Region. The Book Highlights Multiple Aspects Of Cultural Contribution Of Jainism To Varanasi Such As Religion, Philosophy, Literature, Art, Iconography, Architecture And Educational Institutions.
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