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The Doctrine of the Jainas

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Published by South Asia Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jainism,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Religion,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9768252M
    ISBN 108120809335
    ISBN 109788120809338

    Amrita, Shrimat Chandra Suri. The Sacred Books of the Jainas. Volume IV. Purushartha-Siddhyupaya. India, The Central Jaina Publishing House, Características: Buen estado general. Pasta dura en tela editorial. Portada ligeramente dañada en la parte superior debido a polilla, no dañó más que una pequeña parte de la pasta superior. KARMA (ACTION)The term karma, which literally means "action," is frequently used in the context of what can be called the doctrine of karma: the belief that acts bring about their retribution, usually in a subsequent existence. This belief is nowadays shared by many Hindus, Buddhists, Jainas, and others, but the details can vary considerably between different believers. The doctrine of the Jainas who let their Prophet Parsva proclaim in the 8th century BC – the difference between mind and matter and of salvation by the liberation of an individual soul from matter. — Helmuth von Glasenapp, in Jainism: An Indian Religion of .


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The Doctrine of the Jainas is an English translaton of the world famous German book Die Lehre der Jainas of W. Schubring by Wolfgang Beurlen. The author has also revised the English translation thoroughly.

He has tried that the Jaina friends might come to obtain an idea 4/5(2). The Doctrine of the Jainas is an English translation of the world famous German book ''Die Lehre der Jainas'' of W. Schubring by Wolfgang Beurlen. The author has also revised the English translation by: The Doctrine of the Jainas is an English translaton of the world famous German book COVID19 Delays: Please note we are accepting orders but please expect delays due to the impact of COVID19 on logistcs and procurement.

About The Doctrine of the Jainas: The Doctrine of the Jainas is an English translaton of the world famous German book "Die Lehre der Jainas" of W. Schubring by Wolfgang The Doctrine of the Jainas book. The author has also revised the English translation thoroughly. Items Related to The Doctrine of the Jainas (Described After the Old Sources) (History | Books) Jaina-Rupa-Mandana (Jaina Iconography) by Umakant P.

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In the doctrine of the jainas AUTHOR’S opinion -the original K. contained a collection of what was permitted and proper for monks and nuns (; mgganlha and - thi) and what was not, while the original Vav. was the more differentiated codification of both order of rank and sub- ordination and of the proceedings (vavahara).

doctrine, the Jainas agree almost entirely with the Buddhists, as the likeness of his character to that of Buddha would lead us to expect. They prefer, however, to use the names Jina and Arhat, while the Buddhists prefer to speak of Buddha as Tathâgata or Sugata.

The title Tîrthakara is peculiar to the Jainas. ON THEINDIANSECTOFTHEJAINAS BY JOHANNGEORGBUHLER C.I.E.,LLD.,PH.D. MemberoftheImperialAcademyofSciences,Vienna. TRANSLATEDFROMTHEGERMAN. The doctrine of karma is not the doctrine of fatalism.

It is the law of cause and effect. It is the moral law of causation which shows that man is the maker of his fortunes or misfortunes. If a man enjoys or suffers, he does so as a consequence of his actions, thought or speech.

Two excellent German studies-Glasenapp's Der lainismus () and Schubring's Die Lehre der Minas (, now available in a English translation entitled The Doctrine of the Jainas)-provide much useful information on various aspects of the Jaina religion; but these too have been largely superseded by recent research.

This process known as the Doctrine of Karma, is the foundation of the Jain religion. The entire logic behind the Doctrine of Karma is scientific, in the sense that it is based on the cause and effect principle.

The discoveries and findings of the modern science also fully support this Size: KB. The religious tradition of the Jainas, unique in many respects, presents a fascinating array of doctrinal and social structures that stem from the anti-vedic movements of ancient times. Drawing extensively on primary sources, Professor Jaini provides a comprehensive introduction to the Jaina experience.

Beginning with the Life of Mahavira the author elucidates the essentials of. J e, "Jainas and Jainism", Jainism J N. Veezhinathan, "Concept of karma in Jainism and Buddhism", BITC (Jan-June), J Colette Caillat, Atonement in the Ancient Ritual of the Jaina Monks.

His papers on Jaina Studies, scattered in many learned publications, are brought together here for the first time.

They cover a wide range of topics including the Jaina view of the nature of reality, the doctrine of karma, the problem of rebirth, the idea of omniscience, the aptitude for salvation, and the assimilation of Hindu myths and rituals.4/5(1). THE INDIAN SECT OF THE JAINAS. The Jaina sect is a religious society of modern India, at variance to Brahmanism, and possesses undoubted claims on the interest of all friends of Indian history.

This claim is based partly on the peculiarities of their doctrines and customs, which present several resemblances to those of Buddhism, but, above all, on the fact that it was.

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They prefer, however, to use the names Jina and Arhat, while the Buddhists prefer to speak of Buddha as Tathagata or Sugata. The title Tirthakara is peculiar to the Jainas. Jainworld is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Jain tradition of wisdom, compassion, equality, brotherhood, universal well-being and spirituality.

Jainism (/ ˈ dʒ eɪ n ɪ z əm /), traditionally known as Jain Dharma, is an ancient Indian ers of Jainism are called "Jains", a word derived from the Sanskrit word jina, meaning "victor".Jainism is transtheistic, and Jains trace their spiritual ideas and history through a succession of twenty-four leaders or first of these was Rishabhanatha, who.

Author: Padmanabh S. Jaini; Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe ISBN: Category: India Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The religious tradition of the Jainas, unique in many respects, presents a fascinating array of doctrinal and social structures that stem from the anti-vedic movements of ancient times.

The doctrine of the Jainas who let their Prophet Parsva proclaim in the 8th century BC the difference between mind and matter and of salvation by the liberation of an individual soul from matter.

- quote by on YourDictionary. Sacred Books of the Jainas series, with the spelling, Gommatsara, ; reprint, New York: AMS Press, ; reprint, New Delhi: Today & Tomorrow’s Printers & Publishers, Writers who are accustomed to the doctrine of karma as taught in Hinduism and Buddhism have sometimes dismissed the Jaina doctrine of karma with a few disparaging.

This page describes the philosophy of the doctrine of the pashupata-sutras: a concept having historical value dating from ancient India. This is the first part in the series called the “shaiva philosophy in some of the important texts”, originally composed by Surendranath Dasgupta in the early 20th century.

The religious tradition of the Jainas, unique in many respects, presents a fascinating array of doctrinal and social structures that stem from the anti-vedic movements of ancient times. Drawing extensively on primary sources, Professor Jaini provides a comprehensive introduction to the Jaina experience.

Mahatma Gandhi had adopted a Jaina doctrine of nonviolence, so all the Jainas became Gandhians, and all the Gandhians came close to the Jainas.

At least on one point they were in agreement. So when Jainas were becoming alert that I am a dangerous man, Gandhians followed. Their great leaders – Vinoba. This page contains verse (the doctrine of ‘soul’ according to the digambara jainas) of the 8th-century Tattvasangraha (English translation) by Shantarakshita, including the commentary (Panjika) by Kamalashila: dealing with Indian philosophy from a Buddhist and non-Buddhist Tattvasangraha (Tattvasamgraha) consists of Sanskrit verses; this is verse (the doctrine.

Jainism is a religion founded in ancient trace their history through twenty-four tirthankara and revere Rishabhanatha as the first tirthankara (in the present time-cycle). Some artifacts found in the Indus Valley civilization have been suggested as a link to ancient Jain culture, but this is highly speculative and a subjective interpretation.

Book Summary of The Jaina Path Of Purification,Jaini The religious tradition of the Jainas, unique in many respects, presents a fascinating array of doctrinal and social structures that stem from the anti-vedic movements of ancient times/5.

The Nature of Doctrine: Religion and Theology in a Postliberal Age. The Doctrine of the Jainas: Described After the Old Sources.

Proclaiming the Truman Doctrine: The Cold War Call to Arms. An E-Book of 'On the Indian Sect of the Jainas,' by Johann Georg Bühler, In these epithets, applied to the founder of their doctrine, the Jainas agree almost entirely with the Buddhists, as the likeness of his character to that of Buddha would lead us to expect.

They prefer, however, to use the names Jina and Arhat, while the. The Jainas are the followers of Vardhamāna (Mahāvīra) ( B.C.– B.C.), who systematized the doctrine of the threetīrthaṅkaras(founders of the path), Rṣabha, Ajitanātha, and Ariṣtanemi (all of ancient date, mentioned in theƴajur Veda).

The. the indian sect of the jainas. The Jaina sect is a religious society of modern India, at variance to Brahmanism, and possesses undoubted claims on the interest of all friends of Indian history.

This claim is based partly on the peculiarities of their doctrines and customs, which present several resemblances to those of Buddhism, but, above all. The main argument proposed in this article is, that, from a classical doctrinal point of view, bone relics of renowned ascetics are valuable for Jainas, if at all, because of their unique physical Author: Johannes Bronkhorst.

The history of Jaina meditation. ‘various works on Yoga’, as he admits towards the end of his book The Doctrine of the Jainas. Described after the Old. : Johannes Bronkhorst. Free eBooks - Philosophy. Here you can find free books in the category: Philosophy.

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If you want the hardcover are willing to pick it up at my home or office, then it will be $45 cash. My follow-up book came out in. Basava succeeded with great vigour and, as Jainas maintain, with great unscrupulousness, in attracting numerous followers to his monotheistic doctrine and in propagating his strongly anti-clerical system which was directed against the Brahmanic caste-order.

Lingayats proceeded against Jainas extremely fanatically, damaged their properties and.The Buddhist doctrine of karma ("deeds", "actions"), and the closely related doctrine of rebirth, are perhaps the best known, and often the least understood, of Buddhist doctrines. The matter is complicated by the fact that the other Indian religious traditions of Hinduism and Jainism have their own theories of Karma and Reincarnation.Vardhamana Mahavira.

Vardhaman Mahavira was the 24th and last Tirthankara of Jainism. He flourished about years after the death of parsva. He was born in Kundagrama a suburb of Vaisali (modern Muzaffarpur district in Bihar) in B.C. (according to some in B.C.).