Published: 06.09.2016

A kind of Kālika Śruta (a category of Āgama (2) (canonical work) which can be studied only in the first and last quarter of day and night), which, when repeated (by an evil ascetic) once, twice, or thrice, ruins a village, a capital city, a country or a clan.

'uṭṭhāṇasutaṃ' ti ajjhayaṇaṃ pariyaṭṭeti ekkaṃ do tiṇṇi vā vāre tāhe se gāme vā jāva rāyadhāṇī vā kulaṃ vā uṭṭheti.

(Nandī 78 p.60)


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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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