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Jivaraja Jaina Granthmala, No. 20

General Editorial
Preface to The First Edition
Preface to The Second Edition
Synoptic Philosophy
  Approach to Reality
  The Jaina Theory of the Soul
  Critique of Knowledge
  The Doctrine of Karma in Jaina Philosophy
  The Pathway to Perfection
  In this Our Life
  Men and Gods

THE PATHWAY TO PERFECTION

 

 

REFERENCES:

 

1. RADHAKRISHNAN(S): Indian  Philosophy, Vol. I, p.  325.

 

2. Atharvaveda.

 

3. Katha. Up. llI.4. . Maitr. Up. 2.

 

4. Haribhadra: Yogavimsika

 

5. TATIA (Nathumal): Studies in Jaina Philosophy, p. 262, Footnote .

 

6. DASGUPTA (S). History of Indian Philosophy; Vol I. P 229.

 

7. DASGUPTA(S)  History of Indian Philosophy. Vol. 1, p. 229.

 

8. Vatsayana  Nayabhasya, III. ii.43.

 

9.  Ratnakarandka Sravakacara, 49.

 

10. Tattvarthasutra. VIII,6.

 

11. Yogasutra . II.30. ,

 

12. Yogasutra . Il.3l as interpreted by RADHAKRISHNAN(S) in Indian  Philosophy,
      Vol. II. P 353

 

13. STOCKER(Geraldine). Yoga and.Western,.Psychology, p.82.

 

14. Yogavimsika of Haribhadra. 1-2;

 

15. Yogavimsika,

 

16. Jnanarnava of Subhacandra. XXVIII

 

17. Jnanarnava of Subhachandra, XXIX,

 

18. Jnanarnava XXX.

 

19.. RADHAKRISHNAN(S), Indian Philosophy, Vol. III, p. 357.

 

20.. Sadasaka Prakarna of Haribhadra, XV.

 

21. Yogavimiki of Haribhadra, 20.

 

22. Yogavimiki of Haribhadra  II

 

23. Yogadrstisumuccaya of Haribhudra, 3.9

 

24, Sodasakaprakarana.of Haribhadra, X.9.

 

25. Sodasaka Prakarana ol Haribhadra. XIV., 3.

 

26. Yogasutra of Patanjali, Ch.lll.15, 46 and 5l .  tadvairagyadapidosabijaksapa kaivalyam.

 

27. RADHAKRISHNA (S) . Indian Philosophy, Vol. II, p.  362.

 

28. Tattvarthasutra . IX,27, Ekagra-intaniroddhyanam.

 

29. Dhyanasataka 2.3. Antarmuhutrtam,.

 

30. Tattvaarthvsutra .  IX,31-35, With Commentary.

 

31. Tattavarthasutra . IX. 34-35, commentary.

 

32. Dhyansataka 30-34 :

 

33. Jnanarnava . XXVII, 4-l5.

 

34. Dhyanasataka . 71-72.

 

35. Dhyanasataka 71-72.

 

36. Virasaiva . A Quarterly journal of All India Virasaiva Maha Sabha Dharwar, Vol, II, No. 7.
      December 1961. Article by Shree KUMARASWAMY of Navakalyana matha, Dharwar.

 

37. Shree KUMARASWAMY, Navakalyanamatha, Dharwar, Vuasaiva Philosophy and
       Mysticisms p. 52.

 

38. Sri SARRABHUSANA SIVAYOGI: Kaivalyakalpavallart III Yogaprasthana

 

39. Prabhulimgalile of Camarasa . edited by BASAVANAL, Goraksana-gati .19 stanza 20.
     (Kannada) "tannanariyada mandamarigali, ginnu pera ranthastavembudu kannakanada
      kuruda kannadividida teranante ...

 

40. Gati 19 stanza 20, nohodali mayaprapamcina dehasiddhiya .  padeda-nimbi gahiuindali 
      vajrapindasatwa phalisidode uhisuvoda pralayanu samdek avillade geluveyo sudu
      dehasiddhiyanenutala prabhu khandeyava bisuta.

 

 41. Jnanajyoti edited by Shri Santalingswamy and Prof. B. C.  Javali (1963) p, 24. Yoga
      and Sivayoga ,(Kannada), Also refer to SivaYoga pradipike of Shri Channa Sadasiva
      Yoga pradipike of Shri Channa Sadasiva  Yogindra  with ommentary ViraSaiva, grantha-
       prakasika No. 9 (1913) p. 14.

 

42. Kaivalya Kalpavallam of Sarpabhusana Sivayoga t2. Yogaprati padana-sthala-pallavi.

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43. Prabhulimgalile Allamaprabhu, gati 20-32 adopted in the prose edition by Prof. B. C.
     JAVALI and MALLAVADI ( 1962) Snana japatapa, dhyana vedadhyana
     enu madidadenu? Nuda toredu kadahokku phalavenu?  jivana haniharibavannu
     tiliyadiddare? sudali nimma karmava."

Also refer to Sivayoga-darpana (Kannada) Saddharma Granthamala 14 (1933) 9-12 pp. 35.

 

44. STOCKER   (Gereldioe) Yoga and Western Psychology . p. 82.

 

45. Refer to Prabhulimgalile ed . S. BASAVANAL 1956 .  II PP. 131136 for detailed
      description.

 

46. Ibid.

 

47. 2 Virasaiva Quarterly ( Kannada) Vol, Il, No. 7, article by Shree KUMARASWAMI of
      Navakalvanamatha.

 

48. Ibid. Also refer to article by Prof. VRSABHEENDRASWAMI of Karnatak University in
     Vol. II, No, 6. Prof. VRSAA8HEENDRASWAMI has suggesated  a new interpretation of
     the word 'garagasa' as canalising the breadth through the the throat to tho centre of the
     brain.

 

49. Prabhulingalile. p.200.

 

50. Samukha Sivayogi: as quoted in Jnanajyoti; 'na bhedah siva-Yogasya rajayogasya
      tattvatah.'

 

51. Sanmukha sivayogi ; Akhandesvara Vacana: Ratnakara Varni emphasizes the
      impossibility of understanding Yoga without living it.

 

52. Gommatsara-Jivakanda, 17.

 

53. Ibid . p. 22.

 

54. Plato, the Republic. VII.

 

55. Gommatasata-Jivakanda, 30 and Commentary,

 

56. Ibid. 48. 49.

 

57. TATIA (N); Studies in Jaina Philosophy, p. 27.

 

58. Vedantasara 219.

 

59. ZIMMER (H); Philosophies of India Edt. Campbell, p.446.

 

60. Dhyanasataka. 82.

 

61. RADHAKRISHNAN(S); Indian Philosophy, Vo1. I, p. 233.

 

62. ZIMMER (H): Philosophies of India, p.  260.