What are the Atichar (Violations) of The Paripoorna Paushadh Vrat?
Atichar (Violations) are:
1) Making the bed carelessly, without looking for any living body or not
2) Not sweeping the place for making bad or sweeping it carelessly,
3) Not seeing the place to dispose the waste properly or seeing it
4) Not sweeping the place to dispose waste properly or sweeping it
5) Not following this paushadh vow in a proper manner.
What is The Atithi Samvibhag Vrat?
This vow is to give, with a feeling of selflessness, love and respect, the
food, water and other such things necessary for existence to sadhus,
sadhvies, shravaks, shravikas, or any needy people or animals.
What are the Atichar (Violations) of The Atithi Samvibhag Vrat?
Atichar (violations) are:
1) Giving or offering any unsuitable food to sadhus or sadhvis,
2) Giving or offering meat, poultry or sea food or any flash to anyone,
3) Giving something which is spoiled, fermented, stale, etc.,
4) Being lazzy to give personally,
5) Bragging about the offering given.
What is the meant by Gunasthanaks?
The Gunasthanaks mean the steps or stages of the spiritual development of
What does the Mithyadrishti Gunasthanak mean?
Mithyatva-drishthi Gunasthanak - The stage of false‑vision or delusion.
In this stage one accepts right as wrong and wrong as right. One does not
have faith in fundamentals (nine tattvas) taught by Jina.
What does the Saswadan Samyakdrishti Gunasthanak mean?
Saswadan Samyakdrishti Gunasthanak - The stage of having tasted
Saswadan Samyakdrishti Gunasthanak is the name given to the stage of the
soul that has once tasted righteousness ‑ the right path, but is returning
from there for want of faith in fundamentals (nine tattavas).
What does the Mishra Gunasthanak mean?
Mishra Gunasthanak ‑ The mixed stage.
In this Gunasthanak, a person has the desire sometimes for samyaktva and
sometimes not. Its intellect always keeps swinging and ocillating between
the two points like a pendulum.
What does the Avirati Samyakdrishti Gunasthanak mean?
Avirati Samyakdrishti Gunasthanak - Uninterested in taking vows.
One has faith in the fundamentals (nine tattvas) as taught by Jina. One
develops the right vision about liberation of the soul but in this stage,
man can not perform any austerities and can not renounce worldly things.
He reflects on the soul but can not attempt to purify it.
What does the Deshvirati Gunasthanak mean?
Deshvirati Gunasthanak - Partial practice of Sadhana.
Desh means some aspect. Virat means renunciation.
In this gunasthanak he observes a partial renunciation, according to his
ability. He accepts upto the twelve vratas and some austerities.
What does the Pramatta (Samyati) Gunasthanak mean?
Pramatta Samyati Gunasthanak - Pramatta means pramad or Careless. Samyati
means Sadhu.The state of a sadhu/sadhvi in which they are not always
carefull of his or her conduct and in one�s spiritual efforts
What does the Apramatta (Samyati) Gunasthanak mean?
Apramatta Samyati Gunasthanak - Apramatta means Careful. In this stage
sadhus and sadhvis confirm to the principles of self‑discipline, and do
not entertain any sinful thoughts nor commit any kind of sinful actions.
They keep away from pride, sensual enjoyments, passions, and gossip in all
the forms, mentally, verbally, and physically.
What does the Nivriti Gunasthanak mean?
Nivritti‑badar Gunasthanak: The stage of free from gross passions. This
stage is also called, Apoorva Karan. In this stage sadhu/sadhvi is
completely free from the gross passions. His soul attains purity and
perfection to a vast extent. He controls his attachments, hatred and
infatuation to the maximum extent.
What does the Anivriti-Badar Gunasthanak mean?
Anivritti‑badar Gunasthanak: The stage of lean Passions. In this stage,
the passions become completely lean, small and powerless.
What does the Suksham Samparay Gunasthanak mean?
Sukshma Samparay Gunasthanak: The stage where a subtle avarice is
When the soul steps into this stage, except subtle part of avarice (Lobh)
all the other passions disappear.
What does the Upashant Moha Gunasthanak mean?
Upashant Moh Gunasthanak: Suppressed passions. It is delusive stage of
being Vitrag because the passions (Kashaya) are not destroyed but they are
suppresses. Passions surface within one antah muhurt and make the soul
dive downward is spiritual stages.
What does the Kshin Moha Gunasthanak mean?
Kshina Moha Gunasthanak: Passionless stage. While reaching to this stage
the soul has gotten rid of all the passions. The soul is called Vitragi.
What does the Sayogi Kevali Gunasthanak mean?
Sayogi Kevali Gunasthanak: The stage of Kevaljnan, Kevaldarshan, and
infinite power. In this stage, the soul becomes completely free from all
ghati karmas. It is called Sayogi because activities of mind, voice and
body are still present.
What does the Ayogi Kevali Gunasthanak?
Ayogi Kevali Gunasthanak: Totally free from any activity. The Ayogi state
is the final step of the soul�s progress. The soul stops all the
activities of mind, voice and body and within a fraction of seconds it
destroys all the remaining aghati karmas and is liberated forever.
How many Gunasthanaks are there?
Can you name the 1st Gunasthanak?
Can you name the 2nd Gunasthanak?
Saswadan Samyakdrishti Gunasthanak
Can you name the 3rd Gunasthanak?
Can you name the 4th Gunasthanak?
Avirati Samyak-drishti Gunasthanak
Can you name the 5th Gunasthanak?
Can you name the 6th Gunasthanak?
Pramatta-samyati Gunasthanak or Sarva-virti Gunasthanak
Can you name the 7th Gunasthanak ?
Can you name the 8th Gunasthanak?
Can you name the 9th Gunasthanak?
Can you name the 10th Gunasthanak?