AGAM SUTRAS PDF

Terisar Jain Agamas — Wikipedia This agam describes the Sun, the planets and the associated mathematics regarding their motion. This agam describes the universe and the subtle description of all living beings souls of the universe. This agam describes nonviolence, Jain metaphysics, and the refutation of aggam religious theories such as Kriyavada, Akriyavada, Ajnanavada, and Vinayavada. Ethics of Jainism Sallekhana.

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Sasar This anuyoga consists of suras following texts, which contain principles of observances, avam, behavior, and like literature. This agam defines and catalogues the main substances of the Jain metaphysics. Acharya Virsen wrote two commentary texts, known as Dhaval-tika on the first five volumes and Maha-dhaval-tika on the sixth volume of this scripture, around A.

While some authors sutgas the composition of Jain Agamas starting from the 6th century BCE, [6] noted Indologist Hermann Jacobi sutraw that the composition of the Jaina siddhanta would fall somewhere about the end of the 4th or the beginning of the 3rd century BC.

This agam describes the splendid procession view of King Konika when he visited Lord Mahavir. Monk Keshi was the Ganadhara of Lord Parshvanath. This agam is considered lost. This agam explains certain rules and procedures for monks with respect to travelling, staying, and accepting food and other necessities from lay people.

It also provides a description of the moon, sun, planets, and stars. Jain Agamas This agam explains the process of confession and repentance Prayashchitta for monks and nuns. Vrahat Kalpa Sutra This agam explains which of the ten kinds of repentance Prayashchittas is appropriate for a particular wrongdoing done by monks and nuns.

However, the commentaries Bhashya and Churni written about this agam by some elder monks sutars available. In fact, a significant number of Agam sutras were already forgotten and lost after the famine. This anuyoga consists of the following texts which contain agm stories, art, literature, history, poetry, and like literature. Jain literature It also explains how they can repent for their sins and mistakes.

Uttaradhyayana Sutra This agam has the same place in Jain literature as the Dhammapada in Buddhism and the Geeta in the Hindu religion. This agam explains the results of good and bad karmas through several stories.

This agam explains certain rules and procedures for monks with respect to travelling, staying, accepting food and other necessities from lay people. This agam describes the method of concentrated meditation Dhyana that one should observe through the description of Radhavedha. However the Swetambar sect believes that only fourteen Purvas were forgotten but the significant portion of the remaining Agam Sutras were preserved by them and hence they decided to document the Agam Sutras canonical literature as remembered by them at sutrxs time.

The twelfth Ang-agam is called Drastivad. It also provides information on ancient kings. The Purvas or the ancient texts were already forgotten and lost after the famine. The fifth Sutdas named Jnan-pravad was used as a basis for this scripture. Hence, they do not recognize the existing Agam-sutras which are recognized by the Swetambar sects as their authentic scriptures.

The Jain literature, which was compiled by Ganadharas and Srut-kevlis, is known as Agam literature. The scriptures which are essential for ascetics to study in the sutas stages of their monkhood are called Mool-sutras. They provide further explanation of Ang-agams. This agam tells the stories of ten sacred monks attaining liberation Moksha by destroying their karmas. These scriptures are said to have contained the most comprehensive and accurate description of every branch of learning that one needs to know.

Diwali Mahavir Jayanti Paryushana Samvatsari. Acharya Pushapdant and Bhutabali. The Drastivad consists of fourteen Purva texts, also known as Purvas or Purva-agams. In the end all ten princes went to hell after dying in war. They also explains how they can repent for their sins and mistakes. This agam defines and catalogues the main substances of the Jain religion from zgam different perspective than the Sthananga Sutra.

It also describes and explains the conduct of good and bad monks. Digambars follow two main texts Shatkhand Agam and Kasay Pahud and four Anuyogs consisting of more than 20 texts written by great Acharyas scholars from agaj A. This agam describes the Moon, the planets and the associated, mathematics regarding their motion. Related Posts.

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AGAM SUTRAS PDF

Sasar This anuyoga consists of suras following texts, which contain principles of observances, avam, behavior, and like literature. This agam defines and catalogues the main substances of the Jain metaphysics. Acharya Virsen wrote two commentary texts, known as Dhaval-tika on the first five volumes and Maha-dhaval-tika on the sixth volume of this scripture, around A. While some authors sutgas the composition of Jain Agamas starting from the 6th century BCE, [6] noted Indologist Hermann Jacobi sutraw that the composition of the Jaina siddhanta would fall somewhere about the end of the 4th or the beginning of the 3rd century BC.

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Agam Sutras

Tatilar Jain Agamas — Wikipedia This agam describes the conduct and behavior of ascetic life. The Kasay-pahud was written by Acharya Gunadhara. Following is the list of number of Ang-bahya-agams recognized as authentic scriptures by different Jain Swetambar Sects: It also explains how they can repent for their sins and mistakes. This agam defines and catalogues the main substances of the Jain religion from a different perspective qgam the Sthananga Sutra. However, the commentaries Bhashya and Churni written about this surras by some elder monks are available. Number of Ang-agams Survived.

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Ang-agams are the oldest religious scriptures and the back bone of Jain literature. Acharang Sutra Aayarang : This agam describes the conduct and behavior of ascetic life. It also describes the penance of Lord Mahavir. This is the oldest agam from a linguistic point of view. Sutrakratang Sutra Suyagdang : This agam describes nonviolence, Jain metaphysics, and the refutation of other religious theories such as Kriyavada, Akriyavada, Ajnanavada, and Vinayavada.

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