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Jain doctrine and practice

Jain doctrine and practice

academic perspectives

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Published by University of Toronto, Centre for South Asian Studies in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jainism -- Doctrines.,
  • Jainism -- Customs and practices.,
  • Religious life -- Jainism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Joseph T. O"Connell.
    SeriesSouth Asian studies papers -- no. 13, Roop Lal Jain lecture
    ContributionsO"Connell, Joseph T.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1356 .J36 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 259 p.
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21669443M
    ISBN 101895214238, 189521422X

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"This volume comprises the entire series of Roop Lal Jain Lectures delivered thus far at the University of Toronto. The series began with Padmanabh S. Jaini's "Ahiṃsā: a Jaina Way of Spiritual Discipline," delivered in conjunction with the International Congress of Asian and North African Studies in.

Book Presents An Introduction To The Tenets Of Jainism, In A Methodical Way Concepts Include Jain Theism, The Theory Of Karma, The Five Major And Twelve Minor Vows, And A Brief Synopsis Of Jain History And The Chapter On The Application Of Non Violence In Everyday Life And Its Relevance To Preserving The Environment Makes A Solid Ground For Practicing Ahimsa This Introductory Text /5().

Jain Doctrine and Practice. The Jain notions of karma (with a Jain twist): a. Jains maintain that karma is an actual physical matter that is attracted to the soul by an individual’s actions; it adheres to the soul because of the individual’s desires and aversions.

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O'Connell. series title. South Asian studies papers ; no. series title. Roop Lal Jain lecture. imprint. Toronto: University of Toronto, Centre for South Asian Studies, isbn.

X (pbk.) ï Read Ð Jain Philosophy and Practice I (Jaina Education Series Book ) (English Edition) by JAINA Education Committee ï This Book P /5().

Jain Philosophy and Practice - 2 4 Acknowledgements The project of compiling, revising and editing of the existing JAINA Education series books was accomplished by the dedicated group of Päthashälä teachers, scholars, and individuals of North America, India and other parts of the world.

Jain Beliefs. Fundamental Beliefs of Jainism. The Soul is bounded by Karma from. the Beginning of Time. The Principles governing the.

successions of life cycles (Birth, Life, and Death) is Karma. Jainism - Philosophy and Doctrine by Jayaram V The Nigantha Nataputta, sir, who knows and sees all things, who claims perfect knowledge and faith (in the following terms): 'walking and standing, sleeping or waking, I am always possessed of perfect knowledge and faith' teaches the annihilation by austerities of the old Karma, and the prevention.

At the age of forty two he obtained enlightenment and became a ‘conqueror’ (jina, term from which the Jain took their name). Mahavira founded an order of naked monks and taught his doctrine of salvation for some thirty years. He died in B.C., at the age of seventy-two, in a. The Indian religion of Jainism, whose central tenet involves non-violence to all creatures, is one of the world's oldest and least-understood faiths.

Dundas looks at Jainism in its social and doctrinal context, explaining its history, sects, scriptures and ritual, and describing how the Jains have, over years, defined themselves as a unique religious community.5/5(1).

These scriptures are known as Jain Agam or Agam Sutras., the sacred books of the Jain religion. Hence, the Jain religion does not have one sacred book, like the Bible or the Koran, but it has many books compiled by Gandharas and Srut-kevalis during the years after Lord Mahavir's nirvan (death).

Doctrine of Karma Part -2(C) First Steps To Jainism (Part-2) SANCHETI ASOO LAL BHANDARI MANAK MAL Various aspects of Bondage of Karma with the soul (The Doctrine of Karma Part -2C) Status determining (Gotra) Karma Bondage.

This Karma determines whether the living being will be born in a restrained and respected family. Jain Moral Doctrine; Bhattacharya, H.S. Doshi; Jain Moral Doctrine; Hari Satya Bhattacharya; Jain Sahitya Vikas MandalaSwami Vivekanand Road Vile Parle, Bombay ; Jain Paintings Vol 1; Sarabhai M.

Nawab; Sarabhai Manilal Nawab; Jain Philosophy Historical Outline; Bhattacharya, N. Munishiram Manoharlal; Jain Philosophy. Ecology and spirituality in Jain tradition The global ecological crisis cannot be solved until spiritual relationship is established between humanity as the whole and its natural environment.

Jainism has been staunch protector of nature since inception of the Jain faith. The religion of nature, Jainism paves the way to understanding nature's utility and the.

Author - Prem Suman Jain. Publisher - Jain International Jainism: Book 1. What is the relationship between man as individual and human society. What can man do for all the creatures of the world. These are the questions Jaina saints have been probing deep into for the welfare of the society on the basis of introspection and meditation.

Jain religion is unique in that, during its existence of over years, it has never compromised on the concept of nonviolence either in principle or practice. It upholds nonviolence as the supreme religion (Ahimsa Paramo Dharmah) and has insisted upon its observance in thought, word, and deed at the individual as well as social levels.

This book does not give a detailed account of Doctrine of Karma, for that the reader must refer to other texts on Jainism. The main objective of this book is to understand the nature and working of the Karma and Tejas bodies, and establish a correlation between the Doctrine of Karma and the existing body of scientific Size: KB.

for a long time. Udaygiri (Orrisa) was also, one of the important Jain centres. In the olden days, this religion was also practised in Sri Lanka. All of this happened approximately years back. THE JAIN DOCTRINE Since it is very old religion, it has a well developed doctrinal basis comprising of (a) metaphysics and ontology, (b) cosmology andFile Size: KB.

Praise for An Introduction to Jain Philosophy. This [book] is a great achievement on the part of Dr. Jain, and an important contribution to the proliferation of this jewel amongst humanity’s aggregate wisdom.” — from the foreword by Rita Sherma “Parveen Jain, as a seeker and writer, has presented Lord Mahavir’s philosophy to the core in his book, An Introduction to Jain Philosophy.

In Jainism, both ascetics and householders (śrāvaka) have to follow five major vows (vratas).Ascetics observe these fives vows more strictly and therefore observe complete abstinence.

Ahimsa is formalised into Jain doctrine as the first and foremost votary must not to hurt any living being by actions, words or thoughts. [13] The Jain text Puruşārthasiddhyupāya deals with the.

Ahimsa, or non violence has a profound importance in Jain religious life. In some sects, people believe in only strict vegetarian diets to keep the law of ahimsa in affect for liberation.

Immoral actions also affect ahimsa believing that it dirties the soul.She describes that the practice is highly respected in the Jain tradition and is prevalent not only among Jain ascetics but also among its laity. Regarding the current-day prevalence of this practice in India, the author mentions that numbers around – Jains in India are fasting to death each year – reported in Indian newspaper.b.

he left the Jain community and disappeared into the Himalayas c. he returned to his hometown to retire from the religious life d. he finally was acknowledged by followers to be a tirthankara.