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Acaranga Sutra

Published: 16.06.2005
Updated: 16.05.2013
Alias(es)
Aacharang, Acaranga, Acharang, Acharanga, Acāraṅga, Acārāṅga, Akaranga, Āchārānga, Ācāranga, Ācāraṅga, Ācārāñga, Ācārāṅga, Ācārāṅga Sūtra, Ākārāṅga Sūtra, Āyāraṁga Sutta

The Acaranga Sutra (Sanskrit: Ācārāṅgasūtra; Prakrit: Āyāraṁgasutta) is the first Aṅga of the Shvetamber Jain canon (Āgama).

  • The text, which discusses the right conduct of Jain monks, has been translated by Hermann Jacobi (Jain Sutras, Part I; Sacred Books of the East, Vol. 22, Oxford 1884) and Acharya Mahapragya, who added a commentary (Acharanga Bhasyam, Ladnun 2001).
  • Since the Āgama literature is only accepted by the Shvetambar Jains, the Digambaras do not recognize the existing text and regard the original text as having been lost in its original form. The Digambara Mulachara text includes the Digambara tradition derived from Acaranga Sutra.
  • The existing text of the Acaranga Sutra was recompiled and edited by Kshama Shraman Devardhigani, who headed the council held at Vallabhi 980 years after the death of Mahavira.

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  1. Acharanga Bhasyam
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  3. Acharya Mahapragya
  4. Acharya Mahaprajna
  5. Aṅga
  6. Digambara
  7. Digambaras
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  9. Hermann Jacobi
  10. Jacobi
  11. Kshama
  12. Ladnun
  13. London
  14. Mahapragya
  15. Mahavira
  16. Pali
  17. Prakrit
  18. Sacred Books of the East
  19. Sanskrit
  20. Shraman
  21. Shvetambar
  22. Sutra
  23. Sutta
  24. Vallabhi
  25. Āgama
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