Jamaelina jiva, taranti
Tam savvajivasaranam namdadu
jinasasanam suiram. (17)
May the teachings of Jina which enable all souls to cross over
the endless ocean of mundane existence and which afford protection to all
living beings, flourish for ever. (17)
khayakaranam sav-vadukkhanam. (18)
The teachings of Jina are nectar-like
medicine for weaning away people from all mundane pleasures, for relief from
all miseries. (18)
ganahardevehim ganthiyam sammam.
sudananamahodahim sirasa. (19)
I bow down my head with devotion to the
vast ocean of scriptural knowledge preached by the worthy souls and properly
composed in the form of scriptures by the Venerable Ganadharas (group leaders
of ascetic order). (19)
muhuggadavayanam, puvvavaradosavirahiyam suddham,
tena du kahiya havanti taccattha. (20)
That which has come from the mouth of
the worthy souls is pure and completely free from contradictions is called the
agama or the Scripture and what is recorded in the Scriptures is verily true.
jinavayanam je karenti bhavena.
te honti parittasamsari. (21)
Those who are fully devoted to the
preachings of the Worthy Souls and practise them with sincerity shall attain
purity and freedom from miseries and shortly get emancipation from the cycle
of birth and death. (21)
jayaguru! Hou mama tuha pabhavao bhayavam!
magganusariya itthaphalasiddhi. (21)
Oh the Conqueror of all attachments: Oh,
the world teacher: Oh the blessed one: through your grace may I develop
detachment to the mundane world, continue to follow the path of Salvation and
attain fulfilment. (22)
Sasamaya-parasamayaviu, gambhiro dittimam sivo somo.
pavayanasaram parikaheum. (23)
He, who is conversant with the docrines
of his own as well as that of others, is serene, illuminated, benevolent,
gentle and possessed of hundreds of other virtues, is fit to expound the
essence of the Scriptures. (23)
Jam icchasi appanato,
jam ca na icchasi appanato.
Tam iccha parassa vi ya,
ettiyagam jinasasanam. (24)
What you desire for yourself desire for
others too, what you do not desire for yourself do not desire for others
too-this is the teaching of the Jina. (24)