Jain Vidya (2): Twenty-Five Principles of Jainism

Published: 04.01.2018
Updated: 10.01.2018
Gyarahavan Bol:
Gunasthan
Chaudah

Fourteen States of Spiritual
Development
1. Mithyadrishti Gunasthan 1. State of perverted belief.
2. Saswadan Samyag Drishti Gunasthan 2. State of lingering relish of right belief.
3. Mishra Gunasthan 3. State of right cum wrong belief.
4. Avirati Samyag Drishti Gunasthan 4. State of right belief with non-abstinence.
5. Desh Virati Gunasthan 5. State of right belief with partial abstinence.
6. Pramatta S any at Gunasthan 6. State of self-restraint with remissness.
7. Apramatta Sanyat Gunasthan 7. State of self-restraint without remissness.
8. Nivritti Badar Gunasthan 8. State of dissimilar coarse passions.
9. Anivritti Badar Gunasthan 9. State of similar coarse passions.
10. Sookshmasamparay Gunasthan 10. State of subtle passion (greed)
11. Upshant Moh Gunasthan 11. State of subsidence of delusion
12. Ksheen Moh Gunasthan 12. State of extirpation of delusion
13. Sayogi Kevali Gunasthan 13. State of omniscience with activities.
14. Ayogi Kevali Gunasthan 14. State of omniscience with total cessation of activities.
   
Barahwan Bol:
Panch Indriyon Ke Teis Vishay
Bol - Twelve
Twenty three Objects of Five
Sense Organs
1. Shrotrendriya ka Vishay Hai Shabda. Wah Teen Prakar ka Hota Hai. 1. The object of auditory sense (ears) is soundwhichis of three kinds

1. Jeev Shabd

1. produced by sentient being

2. Ajeev Shabd

2. produced by non-sentient being

3. Mishra Shabd

3. produced jointly by the two

2. Chakshurindriya ka Vishya Hai Varna. Wah panch Prakar Ka Hota Hai. 2. The object of visual sense (eyes) is colour, which is of five kinds

1. Krishna

1. black

2. Neel

2. Blue

3. Rakta

3. Red

4. Peet

4. Yellow

5. Shwet

5. White

3. Ghranendriyaka Vishya HaiGandh. Wah Do Prakar Ka Hota Hai. 3. The object of olfactory sense isodor which is of two kinds

1. Sugandh

1. Pleasant (agreeable)

2. Durgandh

2. Unpleasant (disagreeable)

4. Rasanendriya Ka Vishay Hai Ras. Wah panch Prakar ka Hota Hai. 4. The object of gustatory sense is taste which is of give kinds

1. Tikt

1. Bitter

2. Katu

2. Acrid

3. Kashay

3. Astringent

4. Ami

4. Sour

5. Madhur

5. Sweet

5. Sparshanendriya Ka Vishya Hai Sparsh. Wah Ath Prakar ka Hota Hai. 5. The object of tactile sense is touch which is of eight types

1. Sheeth

1. Cool

2. Ushna

2. Warm

3. Snigdha

3. Viscous

4. Rooksh

4. Dry

5. Karkash

5. Hard

6. Mridu

6. Soft

7. Guru

7. Heavy

8. Laghu

8. Light

   
Terahwan Bol:
Das Prakar Ke Mithyatwa
Bol – - Thirteen
Perversity is of 10 kinds

1. Dharm Ko Adharm Samajhna

1. Comprehending righteousness as non-righteousness.

2. Adharm Ko Dharm Samajhna

2. Comprehending non-righteousness as righteousness.

3. Marg Ko Kumarg Samajhna

3. Comprehending way of liberation as non-way.

4. Kumarg Ko Marg Samajhna

4. Comprehending non-way of liberation as the way.

5. Jeev Ko Ajeev Samajhna

5. Comprehending soul as non­soul.

6. Ajeev Ko Jeev Samajhna

6. Comprehending non-soul as soul.

7. Sadhu Ko Asadhu Samajhna

7. Comprehending saint as a non-saint.

8. Asadhu Ko Sadhu Samajhna

8. Comprehending nonsaint as a saint.

9. Mukt Ko Amukta Samajhna

9. Comprehending liberated as non-liberated.

10. Amukta Ko Mukt Samajhna

10. Comprehending non-liberated as liberated.

   
Choadahwan Bol:
Nau Tatwa Ke Ek Sau Pandrah Bhed
Bol - Fourteen
115 Types of Nine Tattvas
1. Jeev Tatwa KeChaudah Bhed Sukshma Ekendriya ke do Bhed. 1. 14 kinds of jiva (Living) Two types of subtle one sensed beings

1. Aparyapt

1. undeveloped and

2. Paryapat Badar Ekendriya Ke do Bhed:

2. developed Two types of gross one sensed beings

3. Aparyapt

3-4 undeveloped and developed

4. Paryapt

Dwindriya Ke Do Bhed:

Two types of two sensed beings

5. Aparyapt

5-6 undeveloped and developed

6. Paryapt

Trindriya Ke Do Bhed:

Two types of three sensed beings

7. Aparyapt

7-8 undeveloped and developed

8. Paryapt

Chaturendriya Ke Do Bhed:

Two types of four sensed beings

9. Aparyapt

9-10 undeveloped and developed

10. Paryapt

Asangi Panchendriya Ke Do

Two types of non-rational

Bhed:

sensed beings

11. Aparyapt

ll-12undeveloped and developed

12. Prayaapt

Sangi Panchendriya Ke Do Bhed

Two types of rational sensed beings

13. Aparyapt

13-14 undeveloped and developed

14. Paryapt

2. Ajeev Tatwa Ke Chaudha Bhed 2. 14 kinds of Ajiva (non­living)

Dharmastikay Ke Teen Bhed:

I Medium of motion is of three types

1. Skandh

1. Aggregate

2. Desh

2. Part

3. Pradesh

3. Atomic part

Adharmastikay Ke Teen Bhed:

II Medium of rest is of three types

4. Skandh

4. Aggregate

5. Desh

5. Part

6. Pradesh

6. Atomic part

Akashastikay Ke Teen Bhed:

HI Space is of three types

7. Skandh

7. Aggregate

8. Desh

8. Part

9. Pradesh

9. Atomic part

Kal Ka Ek Bhed:

IV Time has only one part

10.Kal

10. Time

Pudgalastikay Ke Char Bhed:

V Matter has four types

11. Skandh

11. Aggregate

12. Pradesh

12. Part

13. Desh

13. Atomic part

14. Parmanu

14. Atom

3. Punya Tatwa Ke Nau Bhed 3. Merit is of nine kinds of follows.

1. Anna Punya

1. Offering food

2. Pan Punya

2. Offering drink

3. Lay an Punya

3. Offering Shelter

4. Shayan Punya

4. Offering bed

5. Vastra Punya

5. Offering cloth

6. Man Punya

6. Meritorious thought

7. Vachan Punya

7. Meritorious words

8. Kay Punya

8. Meritorious Physical activities

9. Namaskar Punya

9. Offering homage

4. Pap Tatwa Ke Atharah Bhed 4 Demerit is of eighteen kinds.

1. Pranatipat Pap

1. Injury to life

2. Mrishawad Pap

2. false hood

3.Adattadan Pap

3. stealing

4. Maithun Pap

4. sexual activity

5. Parigrah Pap

5. possession

6. Krodh Pap

6. anger

7. Man Pap

7. pride

8. Maya Pap

8. deceit

9. Lobh Pap

9. greed

10. Rag Pap

10. attachment

11. Dwesh Pap

11. hatred

12. Kalah Pap

12. quarrel

13. Abhyakhyan Pap

13. abuse

14. Paishunya Pap

14. backbiting

15. Par-Pariwad Pap

15. censure

16. Rati-Arati Pap

16. perverse indulgence-in respect of restraint and non restraint

17. Maya-Mrisha Pap

17. deceitful untruthfulness

18. Mithyadarshan Shalya Pap

18. the thorn of perverted faith

5. Ashrav Tatwa Ke Bees Bhed

5. Doors of Influx is of Twenty Kinds

1. Mithyatwa Ashrav

1. Perversity

2. Avrat Ashrav

2. Non-abstinence

3. Pramad Ashrav

3. Remissness

4. Kashay Ashrav

4. Passions

5. Yog Ashrav

5. Activity

6. Pranatipat Ashrav

6. Injury to life

7. Mrishawad Ashrav

7. Falsehood

8. Adattadan Ashrav

8. Stealing

9. Maithun Ashrav

9. Non celibacy

10. Parigrah Ashrav

10. Non-possession

11. Shrotrendriya Pravritti Ashrav

11. Activity of auditory sense

12. Chakshurin-driya Pravriti Ashrav

12. Activity of visual sense

13. Ghranendriya Pravritti Ashrav

13. Activity of olfactory sense

14. Rasanendriya Pravaritti Ashrav

14. Activity of gustatory sense

15. Sparshanendriya Pravritti Ashrav

15. Activity of tactile sense

16. Man Pravritti Ashrav

16. Mental activity

17. Vachan Pravritti Ashrav

17. Vocal activity

18. Kay Pravritti Ashrav

18. Physical activity

19. Bhando-pakaran Rakhne Mein Ayatna Kama Ashrav

19. Not to be aware while keeping the things and articles.

20. Shuchi-Kushagra Matra

20. To be indulged even in small

Dosh Sevan Ashrav.

est-transgression.

6. Samvar Tatva Ke Bees Bhed 6. Stopping the Doors of Influx is of twenty kinds

1. Samyaktva Samvar

1. Non-perversity

2. Vrat Samvar

2. Abstinence from

3. Apramad Samvar

3. Non-remissness

4. Akashay Samvar

4. Dispassionateness

5. Ayog Samvar

5. Non-activity

6. Pranatipat Virman Samvar

6. Abstinence from Injury to life

7. Mrishawad Virman Samvar

7. Abstinence from Falsehood

8. Adattadan Virman Samvar

8. Abstinence from stealing

9. Abrhamcharya Virman Samvar

9. Abstinence from non-celibacy

10. Parigrah Virman Samvar

10. Abstinence from non-possession

11. Shrotrendriya Nigrah Samvar

11. Abstinence from activity of auditory sense

12. Chakshurindriya Nigraha Samvar

12. Abstinence from activity of visual sense

13.GhranendriyaNigrah Samvar

13. Abstinence from activity of olfactory sense

14. Rasanendriya Nigrah Samvar

14. Abstinence from activity of gustatory sense

15. Spars-hanendriya Samvar

15. Abstinence from activity of tactile sense

16. Mano-Nigrah Samvar

16. Abstinence from mental activity

17. Vachan Nigrah Samvar

17. Abstinence from vocal activity

18. Kay-Nigrah Samvar

18. Abstinence from physical activity

19. Bhandopkaran Rakhne me Ayatna na Kama Samvar

19. To be aware while keeping the things and articles

20. Shuchi-Kushagra Matra

20. To not be indulged even in

Dosh Sevan na Kama Samvar.

smallesttrans-gression.

7. Nirjara Tatwa Ke Barah Bhed 7. Shedding off karma is twelve kinds

1. Anashan

1. Fasting

2. Unodari

2. Semi Fasting

3. Bhikshacharee

3. Conditional acceptance of alms

4. Ras-Parityag

4. Abstinence from the vigaya or stimulating diet, (Milk, curds, butter etc.)

5. Kay Klesh

5. Austerity or mortification of body

6. Pratisanleenta

6 Control of senses, body and mind

7. Prayashchitt

7. Atonement

8. Vinay

8. Reverence or Modesty,

9. Vaiyavritya

9. Service

10. Swadhyay

10. Scriptural studies

11. Dhyan

11. Concentration (Meditation).

12. Vyutsarg.

12. Abandonment.

8. Bandh Tatwa Ke Char Bhed 8. There are four types of Bondage

1. Prakriti Bandh

1. Nature,

2. Sthiti Bandh

2. Time

3. Anubhag Bandh

3. Intensity and

4. Pradesh Bandh

4. Mass of material karmic atoms.

9. Moksh Tatwa Ke Char Bhed 9.They are four ways of liberation

1. Gyan

1. Knowledge

2. Darshan

2. Faith

3. Charitra

3. Conduct

4. Tap

4. Penance

   
Pandrahvan Bol:
Atma Ath
Bol Fifteen:
There are eight states find Soul

1. Dravya Atma

1. Substantial Soul

2. Kashay Atma

2. Soul in the state of passion'

3. Yog Atma

3. Soul in the state of activity

4. Upyog Atma

4. Soul in the state of cognition

5. Gyan Atma

5. Soul in the state of knowledge

6. Darshan Atma

6. Soul in the state of intuition

7. Charitra Atma

7. Soul in the state of conduct

8. Veerya Atma

8. Soul in the state of energy

   
Solahwan Bol:
Dandak Chaubees Sat Narkiya Ka Dandak Pahla Bhawanpati Devon Ke Dandak Dass
Bol Sixteen:
Twenty four kinds of places of karmic fruition.
Asur Kumar Ka Dandak Doosra Nag Kumar Ka Dandak Teesra Suparn Kumar Ka Dandak Chautha Vidyut Kumar Ka Dandak Panchwan Agni Kumar Ka Dandak Chhatha Dweep Kumar Ka Dandak Satwan Udadhi Kumar Ka Dandak Aathwan Dik Kumar Ka Dandak Nauvan Vayu Kumar Ka Dandak Daswan Stanit Kumar Ka Dandak Gyarahwan Prithveekay Ka Dandak Barahwan Apkay Ka Dandak Terahwan Tejaskay Ka Dandak chaudahwan Vayukay Ka Dandak Pandrahwan Vanaspatikay Ka Dandak Solahwan Dweendriya Ka Dandak Satrahwan Treendriya Ka Dandak Atharahwan Chaturindriya Ka Dandak Unneeswan Tiryanch Panchendriya Ka Dandak Beeswan Manushya Panchendriya Ka Dandak Ikkeeswan Vyantar Devon Ka Dandak Baiswan Jyotish Devon Ka Dandak Teiswan Vaimanik Devon Ka Dandak chaubeeswan • The first place of karmic fruition is of seven hells. Similarly Ten places of karmic fruition of mansion dwelling. • Fiendish youth • Serpentine youth • Lightening youth • Vulturine youth • Fiery youth • Stormy youth • Thundering youth • Oceanic youth • Island youth • Guardians of the cardinal points Nine places of karmic fruition are of sub humans. • Earth bodied beings • Water bodied beings • Fire bodied binges • Air bodied beings • Plant bodied beings • Two sensed beings • Three sensed beings • Four sensed beings • Sub human five sensed beings • Human five sensed beings • Forest heavenly beings. • Luminous heavenly beings. • Empyrean heavenly beings.
   
Strahwan Bol:
Leshya Chhah
Bol – Seventeen
Aural coloration is of six types
1. Krishna Leshya 1. Black Aural coloration
2. Neel Leshya 2. Blue Aural coloration
3. Kapot Leshya 3. Grey Aural coloration
4. Tejas Leshya 4. RedAural coloration
5. Padma Leshya 5. Yellow Aural coloration
6. Shukla Leshya 6. White Aural coloration
   
Atharahwan Bol:
Drishti Teen
Bol – Eighteen
Views are of three kinds -
1. Samyak Drishti 1. Right view
2. Mithya Drishti 2. Wrong or perverted view
3. Samyak Mithya Drishti 3. Right cum wrong mixed view
   
Uneeswan Bol:
Dhyan char
Bol – Ninteen
Four types of meditation
1. Artta Dhyan 1. Mournful meditation
2. Raudra Dhyan 2. Wrathful meditation
3. Dharmya Dhyan 3. Analytic meditation
4. Shukla Dhyan 4. White meditation
   
Beeswan Bol: Shat Dravyon Ka Gyan Bol – Twenty Knowledge of Six substances
1. Dharmastikay 1. Dharmastikaya (medium of motion)
Dravya Se Ek Dravya From the point of view of substanceit is one
Kshetra Se Lok Pariman From the point of view space it covers the whole cosmic space
Kal Se Anadi aur Anant From the point of view time -it is eternal
Bhav Se Aroopee From the point of view mode it is invisible
Gun Se Gatisheel Padarthon Ki Gati Mein Apekshit Sahayata Kama From the point of view quality rendering help in the motionof moving substances
   
2. Adharmastikay 2. Adharmastikaya (medium of motion)
Dravya Se Ek Dravya From the point of view of substance it is one
Kshetra Se Lok Pariman From the point of view space it covers the whole cosmic space
Kal Se Anadi aur Anant From the point of view time it is eternal
Bhav Se Aroopee From the point of view mode -it is invisible
Gun Se Padarthon Ke Sthir Rahne Mein Apekshit Sahayata Kama From the point of view quality,rendering help to the substances in their stability
   
3. Akashastikay 3. Akashastikaya (space)
Dravya Se Ek Dravya From the point of view of substanceit is one
Kshetra Se Lok-Alok-Pariman From the point of view space, it covers the whole cosmic space
Kal Se Anadi aur Anant From the point of view time, it is eternal
Bhav Se Aroopee From the point of view mode, it is invisible
Gun Se Samast Padarthon Ko Avkash Dena, Sthan Dena. Bhajan Gun. From the point of view quality, to give space or accommodationto all substances
   
4. Kal 4. Kala (time)
Dravya Se Anant Dravya From the point of view of substance it is many
Kshetra Se Adhai Dweep Pariman From the point of view space, it covers two and half continents
Kal Se Anadi aur Anant From the point of view time, it is eternal
Bhav Se Aroopee From the point of view mode,it is invisible
Gun se Vartan Gun From the point of view quality,
   
5. Pudgalastikay 5. Pudgalastikaya (matter)
Dravya Se Anant Dravya From the point of view of substance -it is many
Kshetra Se Lok Pariman From the point of view space it is present in the whole cosmic space
Kal Se Anadi aur Anant From the point of view time it is eternal
Bhav Se Roopee From the point of view mode -it is visible
Gun Se Galan Milan Swabhav From the point of view quality integration and disintegration
   
6. Jeevastikay 6. Jivastikaya (soul)
Dravya Se Anant Dravya From the point of view of substance -it is many
Kshetra Se Lok Pariman From the point of view space it is present in the whole cosmic space
Kal Se Anadi Aur Anant From the point of view time -it is eternal
Bhav Se Aroopee From the point of view mode it is invisible
Gun Se Chaitanya Gun From the point of view quality quality of conciousness
   
Ikkiswan Bol:
Rashi Do
Bol Twenty one:
Two categories
1. Jeev Rashi 1. Living
2. Ajeev Rashi 2. Nonliving
   
Baiswan Bol:
Sravak Ke Barah Vrat
Bol Twenty two:
Twelve vows of house holder
1. Ahimsa Anuvrat 1. Non-violence small vow
2. Satya Anuvrat 2. Truth small vow
3. Asteya Anuvrat 3. Non stealing small vow
4. Brahmacharya Anuvrat 4. Celibacy small vow
5. Aparigrah Anuvrat 5. Non possession small vow
6. Dig Pariman Vrat 6. Spatial limitation
7. Bhogopabhog Pariman Vrat 7. Abandonment and limitation consumer products
8. Anarthadand Virman Vrat 8. Avoidance of purposeless act of violence
9. Samayik Vrat 9. Abstinence from all sinful activities for a fixed period, say, one muhurta.
10. Deshavakashik Vrat 10. Further curtailment of distance for a limited time
11. Paushdhopavas Vrat 11. Observance of fasting on sacred days
12. Yathasamwibhag Vrat 12. Parting with food and the like by offering them to monastic order, there constitute the supplementary vows.
   
Teiswan Bol:
Panch Mahavrat
Bol Twenty three:
Five great vows
1. Ahimsa Mahavrat • Great vow of non-violence
2. Satya Mahavrat • Great vow of truthfulness
3. Asteya Mahavrat • Great vow of nonstealing
4. Brahmacharya Mahavrat • Great vow of celibacy
5. Aparigrah Mahavrat • Great vow of non-possession.
   
ChaubAswan Bol:
Bhanga 49 Teen Karan Karna, Karana, Anumodan Karna
Teen Yog Man, Vachan, Kaya
Bol Twenty four:
Forty nine combinations
of observation of vows
Ank 11 Ka Bhanga 9 No. 11, combinations 9.
1. (i) Karoon Nahin Man Se, 1. (i) Not doing with mind
(ii) Karoon Nahin Vachan Se. (ii) Not doing with speech
(iii) Karoon Nahin Kaya Se. (iii) Not doing with body
2. (iv) Karaoon Nahin Man Se 2. (iv) Not making others to do with mind
(v) Karaoon Nahin Vachan Se. (v) Not making others to do with speech
(vi) Karaoon Nahin Kaya Se. (vi) Not making others to do with body
3. (vii) Anumodoon Nahin-Man 3. (vii) Not approve others do­
Se. ing with mind
(viii) Anumodoon Nahin-Vachan (viii) Not approve others doing
Se. with Speech
(ix) Anumodoon Nahin Kaya (ix) Not approve others doing
Se. with body
Ank 12 Ka Bhanga 9 No. 12, combinations 9.
1. (i) Karoon Nahin Man Se, 1. (i) Not doing with mind and
Vachan Se, speech
(ii) Karoon Nahin Man Se, Kaya Se. (ii) Not doing with mind and body
(iii) Karoon Nahin Vachan Se, (iii) Not doing with speech and
Kaya Se. body
2. (iv) Karaoon Nahin Man Se, 2. (iv) Not making others do
Vachan Se. through mind and speech
(v) Karaoon Nahin Man Se, (v) Not making others do through
Kaya Se. mind and body
(vi) Karaoon Nahin Vachan Se, (vi) Not making others do through
Kaya Se. speech and body
3. (vii) Anumodoon Nahin Man (vii) Not approving others
Se, Vachan se. through mind and speech
(viii) Anumodoon Nahin Man (viii) Not approving others do­
Se, Kaya Se. ing through speech mind and body
(ix) Anumodoon Nahin Vachan (ix) Not approving others doing
se, Kaya Se. through body and speech
Ank 13 Ka Bhanga 3 No. 13, combinations 3.
(i) Karoon Nahin Man Se, (i) Not doing through mind,
Vachan Se, Kaya Se. speech, body.
(ii) Karaoon Nahin Man Se, (ii) Not making others do through
Vachan Se, Kaya Se. mind speech and body
(iii) Anumodoon Nahin Man Se, (iii) Not approving others to do
Vachan Se, Kaya Se. mind, speech and body.
Ank 21 Ka Bhanga 9 No. 21, combinations-9.
1. (i) Karoon Nahin, Karaoon Nahin Man Se 1. (i) Not doing and making others do through mind
(ii) Karoon Nahin, Karaoon (ii) Not doing and making others
Nahin Vachan Se. do through speech.
(iii) Karoon Nahin, Karaoon (iii) Not doing and making others
Nahin Kaya Se. do through body
2. (iv) Karoon Nahin, 2. (iv) Not doing and approving
Anumodoon Nahin-Man Se. others doing through mind
(v) Karoon Nahin, Anumodoon (v) Not doing and approving oth­
Nahin Vachan Se. ers doing through speech
(vi) Karoon Nahin, Anumodoon (vi) Not doing and approving oth­
Nahin Kaya Se. ers doing through body
3. (vii) Karaoon Nahin, 3. (vii) Not making others to do
Anumodoon Nahin -Man Se. and approving others doing through mind
(viii) Karaoon Nahin, (viii) Not making others to do
Anumodoon Nahin Vachan Se. and approving others doing through speech
(ix) Karaoon Nahin, Anumodoon (ix) Not making others and ap­
Nahin Kaya Se. prove others to do through body
Ank 22 Ka Bhanga 9 No. 22, combinations -9.
1. (i) Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 1. (i) Not doing and making oth­
Nahin Man Se, Vachan Se. ers do through mind and speech
(ii) Karoon Nahin, Karaoon (ii) Not doing and making others
Nahin Man Se, Kaya Se. do through mind and body
(iii) Karoon Nahin, Karaoon (iii) Not doing and making others
Nahin Vachan Se, Kaya Se. do through speech and body
2. (iv) Karoon Nahin, 2. (iv) Not doing and approving
Anumodoon Nahin Man Se, others do through mind and
Vachan Se. speech
(v) Karoon Nahin, Anumodoon (v) Not doing and approving oth­
Nahin Man Se, Kaya Se. ers do through mind and body
(vi) Karoon Nahin, Anumodoon (vi) Not doing and approving oth­
Nahin Vachan Se, Kaya Se. ers do through speech and body
3. (vii) Karaon Nahin, 3. (vii) Not making others do and
Anumodoon Nahin Man Se, approving others do through
Vachan Se. mind and speech
(viii) Karaoon Nahin, (viii) Not making others do and
Anumodoon Nahin-Man Se, approving others do through
Kaya Se. mind and body
(ix) Karaoon Nahin, Anumodoon (ix) Not making others do and
Nahin Vachan Se, Kaya Se. approving others do through speech and body
Ank 23 Ka Bhanga 3 No. 23, combinations 3.
1. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon Nahin 1. Not doing and making others
Man Se, Vachan Se, Kaya Se. do through mind body and speech
2. Karoon Nahin, Anumodoon 2. Not doing and approving oth­
Nahin Man Se, Vachan Se, Kaya ers do through mind and body
oc. 3. Karaoon Nahin, Anumodoon 3. Not Making others to do and
Nahin Man Se, Vachan Se, Kaya approving others do through
Se. speech and body
Ank 31 Ka Bhanga 3 No. 31, combinations3
1. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 1. Not doing, making others do
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin Man approving others do through
Se. mind
2. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 2. Not doing, Making others do
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin approving others do through
Vachan Se. Speech
3. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 3. Not doing, Making others do
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin approving others do through
Kaya Se. body
Ank 32 Ka Bhanga 3 No. 32, combinations 3
1. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 1. Not doing, Making others do
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin Man approving others through mind
Se, Vachan Se. and body
2. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 2. Not doing, Making others do
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin Man approving others through mind
Se, Kaya Se. and speech
3. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 3. Not doing, Making others do
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin approving others through
Vachan Se, Kaya Se. speech.
Ank 33 Ka Bhanga 1 No. 33, combinationl
1. Karoon Nahin, Karaoon 1. Not doing making others do,
Nahin, Anumodoon Nahin Man approving others doing through
Se, Vachan Se, Kaya Se. mind speech and body.
   
Pacheeswan Bol:
Charitra Panch
Bol Twenty five
Conduct is of five kinds.
1. Samayik Charitra 1. Initiation conduct
2. Chhedopasthapaniya Charitra 2. Confirmation by ordination conduct
3. Parihar Vishuddhi Charitra 3. Purification conduct
4. Sukshmasamparay Charitra 4. Subtle passion conduct
5. Yathakhyat Charitra 5. Perfect conduct

Question

  1. List the names of forteen gunasthanas.
  2. What is the subject tactile sense? Name its types.
  3. How are 49 combinations related to vows enumerated?
  4. How are six dravyas explained through substance, time, place etc.?
  5. How many kinds of meditations are there according to Jainism? name them.
  6. Discuss types and subtypes of tattvas.
  7. Name twelve kinds of vows of house holder?
Sources
Title: Jain Vidya (2)
Editor: Muni Sumermal (Sudarshan)
Translation: Dr. Samani Shashi Pragya
Publisher: Samana Sanskriti Sankaya, Jain Vishwa Bharati, Ladnun
20th Edition: 2013
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  1. Adharmastikaya
  2. Ahimsa
  3. Ajeev
  4. Ajiva
  5. Akashastikaya
  6. Anadi
  7. Anant
  8. Anashan
  9. Anger
  10. Anivritti Badar
  11. Anubhag
  12. Anuvrat
  13. Apramatta
  14. Apramatta Sanyat
  15. Ashrav
  16. Asteya
  17. Atma
  18. Avirati
  19. Avirati Samyag
  20. Ayogi Kevali
  21. Bandh
  22. Bhajan
  23. Body
  24. Brahmacharya
  25. Celibacy
  26. Chaitanya
  27. Charitra
  28. Chaturendriya
  29. Concentration
  30. Darshan
  31. Das
  32. Deceit
  33. Desh Virati
  34. Dharm
  35. Dharmastikaya
  36. Dharmya
  37. Dharmya Dhyan
  38. Dhyan
  39. Dravya
  40. Dravyas
  41. Dweendriya
  42. Ekendriya
  43. Fasting
  44. Gati
  45. Greed
  46. Gun
  47. Gunasthan
  48. Gunasthanas
  49. Guru
  50. Gyan
  51. Jainism
  52. Jeev
  53. Jeevastikay
  54. Jiva
  55. Jivastikaya
  56. Kal
  57. Kala
  58. Kama
  59. Kapot Leshya
  60. Karma
  61. Kashay
  62. Kevali
  63. Krishna
  64. Krishna Leshya
  65. Krodh
  66. Kshetra
  67. Leshya
  68. Lobh
  69. Manushya
  70. Maya
  71. Meditation
  72. Mishra
  73. Mithya Drishti
  74. Muhurta
  75. Neel Leshya
  76. Nigraha
  77. Nine Tattvas
  78. Nirjara
  79. Non-violence
  80. Padma Leshya
  81. Panchendriya
  82. Pap
  83. Parmanu
  84. Pradesh
  85. Prakriti
  86. Pramad
  87. Pride
  88. Pudgalastikaya
  89. Punya
  90. Ras
  91. Rasanendriya
  92. Sadhu
  93. Samayik
  94. Samvar
  95. Samyag Drishti
  96. Samyaktva
  97. Saswadan
  98. Satya
  99. Sayogi Kevali
  100. Shukla
  101. Shukla Leshya
  102. Snigdha
  103. Soul
  104. Space
  105. Sravak
  106. Sthiti
  107. Sukshma
  108. Swadhyay
  109. Tap
  110. Tattvas
  111. Tejas Leshya
  112. Treendriya
  113. Trindriya
  114. Unodari
  115. Varna
  116. Vinay
  117. Violence
  118. Vyantar
  119. Yog
  120. vrat
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