T

WORDMEANING
Taadaatmya SambandhIdentical inherent relationship
Taadaatmya siddh sambandhnitya taadaatmya sambandh, eternal inherent relationship e.g. attributes and soul substance.
TaamasDarkness; Inertia
TaamaskayaDark bodies
TaapaHeat; Heat-cum-light; Affliction
Taaraa drastiworshiper has intense liking for discourses on yog. He has reat reverence for yogis and serves them with faith
TaarakaOne who helps others swim out the ocean of sansaara
Taatparyameaning, significance; gist, substance; aim, object.
TaatparyaMeaning; Significance; Gist; Substance; Aim; Object
Taatviktrue, real, essential, truthfulness, reality,
Taatvik mimaansaametaphysics, vaastvaviktaa, adhyaatmaa vidyaa,
TaatvikaIn accordance with reality; Real; True; Knowing the
 principles
Taavadfirst thing first, First and foremost.
Tad abhaavatadbhaav, non identity e.g. absence of each one in substance, attributes and modes even though each one is existing forever.
Tad roop may panusoul does not leave the inherent nature swa pana ne chhode nahi, relating to the highest truth or spiritual knowledge; caring for truth; spiritual; real. paarmaarthic, satya.
Tad roop may panuSoul does not leave the inherent nature (swapana ne chhode nahi)
Tadaabhaasfallacy of comprehensive knowledge, pramaanaabhaas.
TadaakaaraCopy; Similar form; Representation
Tadaakaara sthaapanaaSimilar representation
TadaatmyaOneness; Identity
Tadaatmya sambandhaIndentical/inherent relation; Like color in water; Abheda or unseperable relations
Tadakosunshine, sun, heat of sun.
Tadbhaavaintrinsic nature.
TadbhaavaOne’s beings; Intrinsic nature
Tadbhaava maranaSame species rebirthal death
TadbharyaServant
Tadgata rupeThat form
Tadko chhayosun and shade.
Tadruptaalike, similar to, it; having the same form.
TaijasLuminous; Electric
Taijas sharirelectric body
Taijas sharir kaa samay prabaddhto accept the material particles suitable for electric body in one samay.
Taijas shariraLuminous electric body
Taijas varganaaelectric body, molecules forming the electric body. – same as before as if the statue, which is carved with chisel from a stone, eternal.
Taijas varganaaElectric body; Molecules forming the electric body
Taijasa Agrahya-Vargana:Electric-unrecievable-molecule
Taijasa samudghataCaloric/Luminous extrication
Taijasa shariraLuminous body; Caloric body; In modern technology it can be called as Electric body
Taijasa Vargana:what the electric body is made of.
Taijasa varganaaLuminous variform
Taijasa-sarira:Heat body
Taijasa-Vargana:Electric Molecule
Taijasa:
Electric body, Electric body of mundane souls which always accompanies them, Electric.

TaimirikaDisordered eye
TairyagyonaAnimal birth
Tala pralambaProminent; Vertically high
TalaputaA species of snake which is extremely venomous.
Talavugo away; move away, die, disappear.
Talvaarsword, sabre, scimitar
TamahaDarkness
Tamasdarkness (sankhya), inertia, dullness, heavy, enveloping, indifferent, laziness,
Tamas:The principle of inertia in the Samkhya doctrine
TamasaSankhya principle of inertia
Tan-manohara anga-nirikshana-tyaga:Renouncing of seeing their beautiful bodies.
Tankotkirnsomething engraved, an adjective word for pure soul
TankotkirnaSame as before as if the statue, which is carved with chisel from a stone, eternal.
Tanmaatraasukshm tatva, fine elements ( sankhya philosophy)
Tanmayaabsorbed or engrossed in.
TanmayaAbsorbed; Made up of that; Identical with that; Absorbed with that; Being absorbed in
Tantramystical devices.
TantraOccult rites; Mystical Devices; Superstitious rituals
TantucharanaA super-natural power of walking over fine thread
TanuIncipient state; Thin
Tanu-vata:Rarefied air
TanuvataThin air; Rarefied air
Tapa(1) Austerity; (2) Eradication of desire; (3) Penance which contributes to the destruction of karmas e.g. A pure soul has infinite tapa. They are meant to destroy the eight types of karma.
Tapa:Austerity
TapasaSpecific ascetics
TapasviAusteritic learning; One who performs penance
Tarana panthiTarana/Non-idolator sect of Digambara Jainas
Taranapantha:A Jaina reform movement started by Taranasvami
Tarangripple on water, wave; fancy; imagination.
Tark
conjecture, guess; inference; fancy, imagination; thought process; possible explanation, hypothesis; logic, hypothetical argument, vyaapti gnaan, Avinaabhaav no nirnay tark pramaan thi thaay chhe

Tark buddhilogical intellect.
Tark praamaanyavaadirationalist.
Tark shaastralogic, science of reasoning.
Tark vitarkreasoning and speculation; thinking at random, discussion.
TarkaInductive reasoning; Logic
Tarka:Reductio ad absurdum
TarkamulakaDiscursive; Disquisitive
Tarkik sambandhcoherence,
TarpaniWooden pot
TassaFor (my Soul with Karmas or my blemished soul)
TatThe same, that thing, real entity, it,
Tat atatte chhe ane tenaathi te nathi, Soul is there with embodiment of knowledge
Tat swabhaavreal entity.
TataSound of stretched membrane; Sound of stringed instruments
TatasthaBalanced and just toward all; Madhyastha; Impartial
Tathaa bhavyataayogyataa, eligibility.
Tathaa vidhthat type, us prakaar kaa,
Tathagati parinaamaNatural state of transformation
TathakaraAssent on Jina instruction
TathakhyattaAs sermonized
TathopapattiOccurential possibility
TathyaTruth
TatpaksikaSame sider; Holding similar view
TatpradosaJealousy; Spite
Tatswabhaavsoul’s natural state, padbhut, પદ fત
Tatswarupiઅિભ°; એકdપ; ત]મય., unique, oneness, absorbed, engrossed in. modification,reality; original truth.. Arth means substance. The bhaav, mode of the substance, dravya is tatvaarth,~નો ~વો કા+ઈ િનજ ભાવ 9 Hવો જ હોવો H6 તFવ કE 9. H ભાવ થી સ+ín H વJÖ H6 તFવાથI કE 9, A substance with its inherent nature, Tatva means reality, element and arth means its bhaav. This arth means padaarth. Tattva refers to a thing from naya perspective, padaarth means thing from pramaan perspectives. Seven tattva are all modes. In right faith state tattva and padaarth both are taken. Tattvaarth shraadhdhaanaam samyag darshan. Here tattva means reality and arth means padaarth.
Tattva
reality, nature of things, element, real., bhaav, parinaman, mode. तत्त्व तत् +त्वम् . तत् = वह. त्व = वाला. िजसका जो अथवा स्वरुप सो तत्त्व जानना, “पदाथर् के भाव” को तत्त्व कहते है
तीनो िलं गो में धातु का रूप एक ही रहता है
तत्त्व शब्द िक व्याख्या मोक्ष मागर् प्रकाशक 9 अध्याय: तस्य भावस् तत्त्वम्
भावः में जो िवसगर् था उसका स् हो गया तत् सवर्नाम "वह
तस्य शब्द पुिल्लन्ग का षिष्ट िवभिक्त का एक वचन है
“उसके भाव” को तत्त्व कहते है
“पदाथर् के भाव” को तत्त्व कहते है
तस्य तो षिष्ट क एक वचन था. समास के िलये मूल शब्द तत् था, उसके िपछे त्वम् लगाया
 
तस्य + त्वम् = तस्य का मूल रूप तत् है इस िलये तत् + त्वम् = तत्त्वं हो जाता है
िजनस्य + आलयः = िजनालय" "िजन मूल शब्द है तो समास में िजनालय: होगा. िजन शब्द में षिष्ट िवभिकत आिय तो िजनस्य रुप बना था
मूल शब्द के साथ समास होता है समास करने के समय पर िवभिक्त को दुर कर के मूल शब्द का प्रयोग होता है आलय शब्द संज्ञा है
तस्य भावः का समास= तस्य षिष्ट का एक वचन रूप है मूल शब्द है तत्. तत् + भाव = तद्भाव . समास में संिध
िनयम से होित है. जब हम संिध करते है तो त् का स् होगा तो शब्द बन जाएगा तद्भाव
तद्भाव को तोड़ना है तो तत् + भाव होगा" िकसका भाव तत् का यािन की तस्य "षष्टी िवभिक्त आएगी तस्य
+ भावः
समास करना जरुरी नहीं है आप िजनस्य आलय: िलखो तो भी सही ही है मगर समास िकया तो समास के रूल से करना पडेगा। िवभिक्तयाँ हट जायेगी और मूल शब्दों का समास होगा
भाव के अथर् में त्वम् शब्द का प्रयोग िकया जाता है.
संस्कृ त मैं कम शब्दों में कहने की एक शैली है भाव शब्द लंबा है" "भ आ व् अ = चार हो गए तो उसका कम शब्द में कहना है तो त्वं प्रत्यय का उपयोग होता है
तस्य + भाव" "तस्य का मूल शब्द है तत् और भाव का त्वम् तो तद्भाव कहो या तो तत् + त्वम् = तत्त्वम् कहो दोनों का अथर् एक ही होता है
तत् शब्द पदाथर् को बताता है त्वम् शब्द उसके भाव को बताता है अके ले पदाथर् के श्रध्धान को सम्यग दशर्न नहीं कहते है
अके ले पदाथर् के भाव को भी सम्यग दशर्न नहीं कहते है
पदाथर् और उनके भाव दोनो को िमलाकर श्रध्धान िकया तो उसे सम्यग दशर्न कहते है यह टोडरमलजी ने ९ अिधकार में बताया है
पदाथर् में तो द्रव्य आ गया भाव में पयार्य और द्रव्य का स्वरूप यािन की गुण भी आगये। भाव में गुण पयार्य दोनों आ गए
इस िलए यहाँ पर द्रव्य गुण और पयार्य तीनो आ गए. ये तीनो का श्रध्धान की सम्यग दशर्न कहा है. इस तरह से तत्त्व शब्द का अथर् होता है
जब समास को अलग करना है तो उसमे पहले वाली जो िवभिक्त थी उसका ही प्रयोग करना पडेगा त्वम् का अथर् भाव के रूप में लेना है" अिस्तत्व , वस्तुत्व, द्रव्यत्व, प्रमेयत्व, इत्यािद शब्दों में त्वं आया तो उसका अथर् भाव लेना है "अिस्त नाम का गुण , वस्तु नाम का गुण इस तरह से उस शब्द का अथर् लेना है प्रवचनसार ८० गाथा में आया है की:
 
िजसने अिरहतं
 
के द्रव्यत्व, गुणत्व और पयार्यत्व को जाना उसका मोह का लय होता है
 
अिरहतं
 
के द्रव्य, गुण पयार्य के भाव को जो जानता है तो उसके मोह का िवलय होता है
 
द्रव्य और द्रव्य के भाव, गुण और गुण के भाव, पयार्य और पयार्य के भाव" इस तरह यहाँ लेना है Tattva is made up of two words: tat and tvam. Tat means “that” twam means bhaav modification of soul. Therefor “tattva” means the padaarth kaa bhaav modification of a substance soul.

TattvaThe Nine aspects of Realities; Reals; Fundamental verity; Category; Eelements regarded as objects of faith for a Jaina
Tattva chintanact of deep thinking over 7 elements 7 tatva.
Tattva gnaanknowledge of truth, knowledge of truth or reality of any matter.
Tattva gnaan tarangininame of a book written by acharya Gyanbhushan
Tattva gnaanienlightened
Tattva KathaaA secred legend which inspires to move on the path of deliverence.
Tattva mimaanshaametaphysics, description regarding nature of soul, universe and god.
Tattva Nirnayadetermination for reality, determination for nature of the things.
Tattva nirninishuone who want to determine the truth.
Tattva ruchiPredilection for truth
Tattva samaasnature of treatise written by Maharshi Kapil.
Tattva santatitradition related to maters.
Tattva ShaktiPower of elemental transformation, power of a nature of an element
Tattva Shraddhanfaith in the nature of reality.
Tattva updeshkrutone who reveals the nature of things.
Tattva vati dhaarnaaauspicious conceptual meditation with cotemplation.
Tattva vediknower of the truth.
Tattva Vichaaranalysis of doctrines
Tattva-rupavati:The meditative practice of envisioning the body as totally pure
Tattva:reals, Fundamentals of faith for a Jain
Tattvaanveshaninvestigation of a reality, investigation of nature of thing.
Tattvaarthtautology, things ascertain as they are, tatva means inclination, bhaav,
Tattvaarth bhaavnaathinking of ascertained reals.
Tattvaarth raajvaartika book written by acharya Akalank dev year 620 680
Tattvaarth shraddhaanfaith on all real matters.
Tattvaartha(1) Nature or meaning of Nine Tattvas; (2) Tautology i.e. a statement that is necessarily true, things ascertain as they are; (3) Reals ascertained as they are
Tattvaartha sutraThe Jain scripture considered the Jain bible
Tattvagnone possessing real and true knowledge
TattvasFundamental principles; Reality; Philosophical matter; Essentials; Nature of things
Tatva gyaanaKnowledge of truth
Tatva gyaaniEnlightened
TatvarthadhigamaKnowledge of ascertained reals
TatvarupavatiMeditative practice of envisioning body
TeerthaFord – a place which enables a person to cross the river of
 worldly existence and suffering; Religious order
Teertha-kshetraPlace of pilgrimage
TeerthankaraA founder of a Teerth; Supreme Being; Relgious ford maker; Spiritual Conqueror or victor
TeerthayaatraPilgrimage
TeindriyaForm of life which has only three out of five senses e.g. touch, taste, and smell
Tejlight; prowess, valor; majesty, glory; fire as one of the elements; lustre, brightness; vigor; heroic spirit; strength of character.
Tejaswiluminous, bright; brilliant; heroic; powerful; dignified; spirited.
Tejo-kayika:Fire bodies
TejokaayikaFire-bodied
TejolesyaRed aura
Tendriya:Three-sensed.
Tera panthaThy path, Path of 13, A Swetambara sect of non-idolators, Digambara Sect of idolators.
Terapantha:Path of the thirteen; name of a subsect of the Sthanakavasi
Tika(1) Commentary; (2) A written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual
 material
Tika:Commentary
Tikaacommentary, specific clarification vishesh spastata, it is in poetry form .It is in sanskrit.
TikhkhootoThree times
Tikhupungent, having hot biting taste; vigorous; fiery, virulent; fierce; hot tempered. n. steel.
TiktaBitter; Pungeant
Tikta:Pungent.
TilatsabhavaIndifferent attitude
Tiraskaarcontempt, disdain; disregard; aversion, disgust; hatred.
TirayanchaSubhuman beings; Animal Life
TirobhaavaUnmanifestation; Not manifested
TirobhutDisappearance, disappeared, vanished; invisible; covered.
Tirodhandisappearance; covering; removal (from sight).
Tirodhayione who makes it to disappear.
TirthThe true nature of the self is the absolute tirth and the places of Lords’ five auspicious events are known as conventional tirth, due to which one is able to reach up to his absolute tirth. place where river may be crossed, ford; ghat, stairs leading down to river; holy place, place of pilgrimage; holy water; water, milk, etc. with which the deity is bathed.
TirthaFord; Four-fold order
Tirtha siddhaHoly place-salvated
Tirtha-ksetra:A place where arhats have attained moksa
Tirtha:Ford; the path of Jaina practice; the monastic order
Tirthakara prakartiKarmic subtype; Physique making karma species of ford- builer
TirthaksetraHoly place of pilgrimage
Tirthamkara:
A Tirthamkara’s career with all its grandeur when He preaches and completes His Ministry.

Tirthankara(1) 'Builders of the ford.' One who reestablishes the
 religion and fourfold society system of Sadhus, Sadhvis, Shravaks and Shravikas; (2) Founder of the Jaina order from time to time; (3) Enlightened and Ford-builders; (4) Founder of the Jaina order. Tirtha means order, which is four-fold, consisting of the monks, nuns, and male and female lay-followers. In the present time-cycle as conceived by the Jainas, there have in all been 24 tirthankaras, headed by Adinatha Risabha. The last three (Aristanemi, a contemporary of Krishna in the line of Yadu, Parsva, a prince from Kasi, and Mahavira, the senior contemporary of Gautama Buddha) are historical
 persons
Tirthankara-prakrti:Karmas that determine the body of a Tirthankara
Tirthankara:
Builders of the ford; the omniscient spiritual teachers of the Jainas; a synonym for Jina

Tirthswarupholy, venerable; honorific used in letters to elders.
Tiryakoblique; slanting, animals and birds, horizontal,
Tiryak bhitticross wall,
Tiryak kshetrahorizontal region,
Tiryak saamaanyasimilar or common forms, saamaanya arthaat sadrash parinaam.
Tiryak vyatikramhorizontal transgression,
Tiryaka bhaavaBestial sexuality
Tiryaka lokaMiddle universe
Tiryaka loka siddhaSalvated in middle universe
Tiryaka prachayaThree-dimensional extension
Tiryaka saamaanyaGeneral property
Tiryaka vyatikramaViolation of oblique motion
Tiryaka yoniSubhumun birth; Birth place
Tiryanca:Animals and plants, sub-human.
TiryanchaAnimals and plants; Biological kingdom
Tiryancha Anupurvi:Sub-human–migratory form.
Tiryancha-ayu:Sub-human age karma
Tiryanchayu:Sub-human age.
TitiksaForbearance
Titikshaaenduring power, glad acceptance..
Titthiya:Pali for Tirthankara
TivraIntense
Tivrakayabhi nivesaIntense sex desire
TivratamaThe most intense
Traataaprotector, defender; savior.
Trairupya:Triple characteristic
TransitoryContinuing only for a short time
TransmigratoryPassing of the soul from one body to another
TrasaMobile being; Many-sensed being
TrasaMobile being:, A being having two or more senses
Trasa dasakaMobile decad
Trasa naamaTrasa naama karma refers to the rise of the karma by which are two to five-sensed organisms are born
Trasa nadiMobile channel or tunnel
Trasa parisahaThirst affliction
Trasa-nadi:
Channel of the mobile beings; that portion of the lokakasa in which the trasas abide+B3022

TrasarenuA length unit, 8-atoms, Smallest visible particle.
Tri-anukaTriatomic
Tri-indriyaThree sensed
Tri-ratnaThree jewels, gem-trio Samyag darshana, Samyag gnaana, samyag charitra.
Tri-vidhaThree type; Tri-typed
Tridhaain three ways.
Trikaalthree tenses, past present and future, eternal.
TrikaalaThree tenses of time infinite past, present, and infinite future
Trikaalinature of the pure soul which comes in to experience
Trikaali aatmaThe soul as substance is eternal; existed past; exist now
 and will exist in future and in all times.
Trikaali atmathe soul as substance
Trikotieternal, forever,
Trilaksana:Three characteristics
Trilokathe three worlds.
TrindriyaThree-sensed (Basically touch taste & smell)
Triratnathree jewels.
TrishalaaThe mother of Lord Mahaveer
Trivarggroup of three.
Triyogvibratory activities in the soul’s space points,
Trna-sparasa parisahaGrass-touch affliction
Trungrass, blade of grass,
Trun vatlike a blade of grass; insignificant, worthless.
Truptsatisfied, gratified; satiated.
Truptisatisfaction, contentment
TrushhnaaThirst; Desire; The intense desire to enjoy the objects of sensual pleasures
Trushnaathirst (for water); desires
TrutirenuA length unit; 8-atoms; Smallest visible particle
Tryansa sansthaanaTriangular figure; Triangualr configuration
TulaA unit, 105 palas.
Tulya kaaletogether, similar, same, at a given time,
TushFotaru, husk covering grain or rice, chaff of grain, bran, shells, pods,
Tyaagcessation, abstinence, relinquishment, abdication, abandonment, renunciation, giving up,
Tyaag dharmadoctrine of renunciation
Tyaag upaadaan shunyatva shaktipower of absence of renunciation as well as of affluence.
TyaagaRenunciation
Tyaagiabdicator, Forsaker,
TyaagiRenounce; Renounced; Abdicator