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Nam of Author Name of the book Name of the Topic
‘Komal’, Tara Singh Mahavira and His Teachings Lord Mahavira (Poem)
Aggarwal, Gopinath Vegetarian or Non Begetarian Choose Yourself Bibliography
How to Get Rid of Flesh Food?
Meat-Eating cause of Moral and Spiritual Degradation
Reply to Arguments of Non-Vegetarians
The Auto-Biography” of a Goat”
The importance of a Good Vocation
Why kill Animals for Fashion and Beauty Aids?
All Great Persons Condemened Flesh-Food
Flesh-Food-Inducer of Diseases
Nature made Human Body like Vegetarian Animals
No Eggs are Vegetarian””
Utility of Animal World for Human Welfare
Various Religions Ban Flesh-Foods
Vegetarian Diet:  More Nutritious and Beneficial
Vegetarian Food-Cheap and Best
Vegetarian Vs.   Non-Vegetarianism
What should be a man’s food?
Why this Book?
Agrawala, R.   C .. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Museums in Rajasthan – Art Objects in Museums
Alsdorf, L. Mahavira and His Teachings Jaina Exegetical Literature and the History of the Jaina Canon
Amar, Gopilal Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Architecture
Amrita Chadrasuri, Shrimat Purushartha Siddhyupaya Alphabetical Index of Sanskrit Slokas
Errata
Purushartha Siddhupaya of Expostion
General Index
Introduction
Renunciation
Right Belief
Right Conduct
Right Knowledge
Synopsis
Anand, Mulk Raj Homage to Sravana Belgola The Lapsing of the Jina as the source of the living force of the images in Jain Art
Arundhati, P. Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa Brahmanism
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa – Chapterisation
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa – Introduction
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa – Political Background
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa – Scope of Book
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa – Sources
Buddhism
Dharma
Introduction to Buddhism
Minor Cults
Monachism, Teachers, Canon and Philosophy
Mythology and Institutions
Popular Religious Rites, Festivals, and other beliefs
Religious Life of Buddhist House-holder
Religious Thoughts
Sadharna Dharma
Saivism
Saktism
Schools of Buddhism
Smarta dharma
Srauta Dharma
Tantrism
Vaisnavism
Ayyangar, M.  S.  Ramaswami Studies in South Indian Jainism Part I Early History of the Jain Sect
Jains and Tamil Literature
Misconception about Sangam Chronology
Modern Period
Table of Ganga Kings
The Jain in the Tamil Land
The Jain Migration to the South
The Jains in the Deccan
The Period of Saiva Nayanara and Vaishnava Alvars
The Sangam Age
Bajpai, Krishna Deva Jaina Art and Architecture Vol II Central India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Banerjee, P. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I East India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Banners, Adris Mahavira and His Teachings The Age of Mahavira
Basham, A.  L. Mahavira and His Teachings Mahavira , The Great Propounder of Jainism
Bender, Ernest Mahavira and His Teachings Towards a Lexicon of Old Gujarati
Betai, Jaya R. Sambodhi Buddhism vs.   Manusmrti
Betai, R.  S. Sambodhi Kavyabandha or Vakyavinyasa
Bhadrabahuvijay Guidelines of Jainism Ajiv
Akshay Tritya
Alcoholic drinks should be renounced
Anuvrat
Ashadh chaturdasi
Ashravtatva
Atthai mahotsav
They don’t care
Bandh-tatva
Before Assuming Dharma
Bhagwan Mahavir
Bhai Beej
Bhavanas
Conferring a status or a title
Dhawajarohan
Dhyan
Diwali
Even the egg is dangetous
Figures relating to the item of food containing protein
Gochari ( obtaining food )
Gunavrat
It is necessary to filter water
Jain Literature
Jap and Dhyan (Meditation)
Jnan
Jnan panchami
Karma
Kartik poornima
Kashay passions
Leshya
Malaropan
Maun Ekadashi
Moksha-tatva
Navapad oli
Navpad
Naya
Nirjara-tatva
Paptatva
Paryushan Mahaparva
Paush Dashami
Penance and the code of conduct
Praman
Prarthana (Prayer)
Prathist a Mahotsav
Punarjanma (re-birth)
Punyatatva
Rathyatra
Sadharmik Vatsalya
Samiti and gupti
Samjana (Gonads)
Samvar-tatva
Samyaktva
Sangh yatra
Shantisnatra
Shikshavrat
Siddha-chakra Mahapoojan
Some Influential Jain Personalities
Some minor and major austerities for daily practice
Some special and important Austerities
Some special rules of Conduct
Some Suggestions
Sri Tatvarthasutra
Syadvad
The anjan shalaka
The Arrangement of Ara, the phases of time
The Atharah Abhishek
The Birthday of Mahavir
The Deshviriti Dharma (Grihastha Dharma)
The eighteen sources of Sin ( Papasthanak )
The Exposition of the Philosophy
The External Austerities
The Five Great Vows
The Five samvay (reason )
The four Astakays
The Fourteen Pledges
The Internal Austerities
The Jain Celebrations
The Jain Choultries
The Jain Dharma
The Jain Festivals
The Jain Libraries
The Jain Panjarapol
The Jain Philosophy
The Jain Pilgrimage Centres
The Jain Schools
The Jain Temples
The Jain UPashray
The Jaina Dharma prohibits the following kinds of food containing protein
The Jivatma – the kinds of Jivas
The mode of their life
The navkar mantra
The Nine Doctrines
The Organisation of the Jain Society
The Path of Achievement
The process of spiritual elevation ,The fourteen gunasthanas
The Sects among Jains
The six essential duties for everyday
The six Praryaptis / 10 Panas / 568 kinds of Jivas
The Snatra Mahotsav
The system of the seven institutions of the Jains
The systim of the seven institutions of the Jains
The title of Acharya
The title of Panyas and Gani
The title of Upadhyay
The titles of Sadhvis
The Twelve Austerities ( Vratas for Shrawakas )
Three gems of Jaina Conduct
Time ( Calculation of time )
Tirtha and Tirthankar
Tripadi
Udhayapan
Upadhan
Virtues
Virtues
Vishwa Vyavastha
We should not take food at night.  Why?
What is Jain Dharma or Jainism
Who is a Jain ?
Who is a Jin ?
Why is fasting essetial?
Why should not people eat meat
Why should water be boiled?
Why should we not certain types of food
Why should we not eat green and raw vegetables on special days
Bhaianrin, Harivallabh Sambodhi Sankhit trangbai kaha
Bharadwaj, V.   K. Studies in Jainism The Jaina Concept of Logic
Bhargav, Dayanand Dr. Jain Tarka Bhasha On the organ of knowledge
On the Partial Point of View
On the Symbol
Bhat, G.  K. Sambodhi Bhasa’s Treatment of Krsna Legend
Bhatt, S.  R.  Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture The Concept of Paryay – A Singular Contribution of Jainism to World Philosophy
Bhattacharya, Asok K.   Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol II West India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Bhattacharya, Hari Satya Dr Jain Moral Doctrine Basic Principles of Religion and Morality
Cardinal Virtues
Operative factors in Immorality
Opposition to Immorality
Stages Inthe Moral Progress
The Indispensable Associates of Caritra
The Jaina Charitra as the basis of an Universal religion and Morality
Bhattacharya, Narendra Nath Jain Philosophy Historial Outline A Comparative Study
A Review of the Jain Metaphysics
A Subjectwise Comparative Study of the System
Ajita Kesakambalin
Archaeological Sources:  Architecture and Sculpture
Archaeological Sources:  Epigraphs
Classification of Karma and the Gunasthanas
Contemporary Philosophical Schools
Ecclesiastical History
Introduction
Jain Atheism
Jain Cosmography
Jain Logic
Jain Philosophy in Historical Outline
Jainism and Ajivikism
Jainism and Buddhism
Jainism and Indian Philosophical Tradition
Jainism and Materialism
Jainism and Mimamsa
Jainism and Nyaya – Vaisesika
Jainism and Samkhya
Jainism and Vedanta
Jainism and Vedic Tradition
Jainism and Yoga
Literary Sources
Makkhali Gosala
Material Basis of the Great Intellectual Movement
Pakudha Kaccayana
Parsva and Mahavira
Psychological Ingredients
Purana Kassapa
Researches on Jainism
Sanjaya Belattiputta
Scientific Enquiries:  Astronomy
Scientific Enquiries:  Atomism
Scientific Enquiries:  Biology, Physiology
Scientific Enquiries:  Classification of Jiva
Scientific Enquiries:  Cosmology
Scientific Enquiries:  Diseases and Medicines
Social Experiences of Mahavira
The Conflicts in the History of Indian Thought
The Historical Background
The Incipient Stage
The Jains as they are
The Nine – Absolutist Standpoint
The Nine Fundamentals and the Doctrine of Karma
The Prehistory of Jainism
The Social Basis of Jain Ethics
The Sophisticated Stage
The Unfounded Speculations and their Ethical Consirations
Theory of Knowledge
Bhayani, H.  C. Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture On the meaning of the Terms Balanaka and Caitya
Bhayani, H.  C. Sambodhi Vardhamana – Suri’s Apabhramsa Meters
Bhogilal, Mahesh Prasamarati – Prakarana, of Vacaka Srimad Umasvati’s Dhyana ,(Holy Meditation)
Going to the abode of the liberated
Happiness of Peace and tranquality
Holy Invocation and Introduction
Karma
Nine Concepts of Reality / substances
Politeness and Humility
Pride
Religion
Religious stories
Scenes and Sense Objects
The Activity of Equalizing the Karmas
The Final path of Destruction of Karmas
The Fruit of Ascetic Life
The fruit of Householder’s Life
The Great passions
The Humble request to Goodmen
The Last Holy Invocation
The parts of right Conduct
The Right Conduct
The Rock like stage
The Stoppage of the Activities of Mind , Speech and Body
The way to remove the Defects
Thoughts and Feelings
Tools that lead to Moksa
Victory over the senses
What is and what is not consumable
Bhuvanbhanusuri, Vijay Acharya Ganadharavada Prag-abhav” is not absolutely an absent state”
A refutation for the theory that effefts are created accidently””
Achalabhrata, The ninth ganadhara
Akampit, the seventh ganadhara
All reals have three phases:  just as gold, creation – destruction
Anekantvada in creation
Are the five basic elements real
Are there bondage and deliverance
Are there really celetial beings
Argument for `Soul differet from body’
Argument for `The body is the soul’
Arguments of similar and dissimilar births
Arthapati, – Evidence unable to prove the soul
Awareness possible
Bauddha-darshana
Be afraid of invisible Karmas
Bhagvan Mahavirdeo’s austerities and realisation
Birth is a modication of the soul
Birth is not natural:  four meanings of nature
Body a mansion, a machine
Body a subject of affection:  Who keeps affection
Body-soul like cart-horse
Buddhas theory of momentariness is disproved
Causative aggregation is logical
Child’s first sucking due to past impression
Child’s quality differ from parents
Concepts of two relatives gradually or not
Concepts of two relatives gradually or not
Consciousness not created by mother’s consciousness
Creation is not possible
Difference of nature etc.  in twin children
Do good fortunes and misfortunes exist
Does Hell exist
Does the Jiva take the same form in the next birth
Don’t despair salvation possible
Dravya-yog:   Bhavayog
Eight proofs of heaven
Eleven Brahmin Scholars and their 11 doubts
Everything is relative
Evidence (Pramana) of `Upamana ‘
Evidence of Inference, (Anumana ) for soul
Examples of negation of samyoga etc.  (contacts)
Experiencer of Mental Jow-sorrows is soul
Felicity – bliss , the quality of the soul
Five alternatives regarding `punya’ and `papa’
Five arguments for all being void
Five Bhutta-Jivas and Vanaspatikaya-Jiva proved by Syptoms
For the fruit of deeds , intention not necessary
For the soul six evidences of perception i.e.(Pratyaksa)
Four kinds of objects – swatah siddha””
Four proofs for existence of hell
From same sources why effects differ
Happiness in Samsar invites sorrows in next birth
Happiness mixed with anxiety is really sorrow
Happiness of two kinds:  inherent and creative
His doubt:  Is the body itself the soul or both are different
His submissive attitude before Bhagvan
How can attachment and hatred be utterly destroyed
How can Karmas effect the soul
How can knowledge comprehend all the objects of cosmos
How creation at particular time-place-nature
How infinite bliss in Moksa
How infinite Siddha – souls can coexist in Moksa
How Karman bulks stick to the soul
How non-violence possible in world pervaded by Jivas
How pot is constant
How soul is different from senses
How soul, when all karmas perish , goes upward
How to frustrate Karmas
If `all unreal’ why not walking with closed eyes
If `all unreal’ why short is not long
In all unreal” particular answer improbable”
In `all unreal’ how dealings are fixed?  and particular
In `all unreal’ there cannot be `others’ , nor mutual comparison
In Omniscience the perfect of infinite objects
Indrabhuti’s self introspection
Inferences to prove Karma
Inferences to prove soul
Interpretation of the vedic word `vaa-vasantam ‘
Is each of the causes potential
Is heaven logical
Is Illusion real
Is propounder of all real” real or unreal”
Is reality different from real or not
Is the body itself the soul
Is there next life
Is there salvation
Jiva (soul ) a pure word
Joy is formless, body has a form , both created by karmas
Karmas a link between past deeds and present fruits
Karmas have forms
Karmas not visible
Karmas, like intellect, being invisible cannot be denied
Knowledge etc.  is Preceded by knoledge etc.
Logic for `good and evil’ mixed bhavayog notexisting
Lord discloses his doubts
Mandits, The sixth ganadhara
Mauryaputra, The seventh ganadhara
Meanings of I””
Metarya, The tenth ganadhara
Moksa existent from the times immemorial
Necessary direction on punya and papa
Nihilist’s words real or unreal
No difference between front and back
No proofs for the existence of soul
Story-Vaisheshik Philosophies
Obstacles in the theories of soul’s omnipresence
Only `Pratyaksha’ evidence is not enough
Only Karma is not the seed of rebirth
Other Inferences on soul
Prabhas, the eleventh ganadhara
Pramana of Agama
Pramana of Aitihya
Pramana of Arthapati
Pramana of Sambhava
Pride of Indrabhuti and his approach to conquer Shri Mahavir Bhagwan
Proofs for existence of `Aloka’ sky, `Dharmastikaya’, `Adharmastikaya’
Proofs for Rebirth
Proofs of salvation
Proofs supporting punya and papa as separate entities
Punyanubandhi Punya etc.
Questions on causelessness
Reasons disproving salvation
Reasons for coming and not coming of Deity here
Reasons why knowledge a quality of the soul
Rebirth :  four reasons
Refutation of `all void’ theory
Refutation of only Punya or only papa , combined punya and papa does not exist
Regarding cause self – modification and non-self
Reincarnation of soul
Relationship between substance and its existence
Relativity :  real or unreal
Review of five arguments favouring all void””
Sambhava- Aitihya – Agam can’t prove Soul
Samkraman (the intermingling ) in Karmas
Sankhya -Yoga Philosophy
Sensual delight a sheer remedy of sensual thirst
Sensual pleasure is virtually sorrow
Shocked and surprised to see Mahavirdeo’s glory
So regarding cognition two forms
Soul is both transient and constant
Soul the most beloved
Soul the Prompter and pereventer of body – speech – mind
Soul:  a proprietor of body-mansion
Soul:  Dispute settlers of senses
Soul:  The governor – controller of senses
Sudharma, The fifth ganadhara
The aim of saying , ‘Purusha , soul is whole and sole’
The Anekant Theory of the quality-separate ane non-separate from the supporting substance
The belief of Creator-God is faulty
The Doubt regarding Karma (Destiny)
The enjoyer of the body is the soul
The existence of knowledge in salvation
The Existence of the Soul
The First Ganadhara Indrabhuti
The four meanings of Nature
The fruits of benevolence and violence
The proof for the soul on the basis of `Da’ `Da’ `Da’
The refuting view:  Bondage and deliverance do exist
The Second Ganadhara Agnibhuti
The series of Karmas can come to an end
Theories of various Philosophies
Theory of Relativity conquers
Things self caused impossible
Three causes that create Karmas
Three entities, sweet, bitter and tasteless
Three reasons for Karmas logically improbable
Three sorts of Inference-evidences
Three sorts of statements :  Vidhivad”  “Arthavad”  “Anuvad”.”
True meaning of Vijnan-ghan””
Two eyes are not relatively created
Two forms of the objects – `dependent and independent’
Two Inferences 1.  by cause 2.  by effect
Two kinds of Dharmas:  natural and created
Two kinds of variations :  removable and irremovable
Two modifications of the soul :  Samsar and Moksa
Two sorts of Vyapti (co-existential relationship etc.)
Utterance and acceptance are real or unreal
Various reasons of things though in front being invisible
Vayubhuti, the third Ganadhara
Vedanta-Darshana (Philosophy)
Violence – Nonviolence internal and external attitude
Visibility is impossible
Vyakta, The fourth ganadhara
What connection between Karmas and the soul
What is Bhavyatva
Which is doubted or negated is real
Which is the first karma or soul
Wht doubt about destiny
Why believe karma as cause of pleasure
Why Bhavyatva perishing while salvation happens
Why Bhavyatva perishing while salvation happens
Why difference between Knower and Known
Why does not samsar become empty of bhavya souls
Why happiness does not lie in sensual objects
Why Jiva is not destroyed in long future
Why Jivas not attaining moksa are not styled as `abhavyas’
Why Karmas of the formless soul have form
Why moksa liked , if there are no means of bliss
Why not Consciousness in a dead body
Why punya and papa not formless
Why salvation in long future not perishing ?
Why sky-flower invisible
Why words of omniscient totally trust-worthy
Biltiwala, Gyan Chand Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Svaraj In Ideas in Jainism
Bloomfield, Maurice The Life and Stories of the Jaina Savior Parcvanath Adveture of Princes Amarasena and Varasena
Allegory of four friends on the treasure Island of human existence
Brahaman and dish of grits
Digest of Bhavadevasuri Parcvanatha Caritra
Early Life of Parsvanath
Episode , illustrating the suprioity of soul purification over meritorious deeds
Episode of Brahman Dutta who was afflicted with leprosy
Fable of the Swan and the Crow
Frame Story :  King Kiranavega
Frame story :  The Brothers Kamatha and Marubhuti
How Dhanamitra acquired respect for knowledge
Invocation of Arhats and Divinities
King Vajranabha and his infidel cousin Kubera
Kiranavega’s conversion and death
Life of Parsvanath , marriage and later life
Life of Parsvanath , Sermon on four fold dharma
Life of Parsvanath, His Nirvana
Marriage and later Life of Parsvanath
Parable of six men who started to destroy a hostile village
Parable of the golden peacock feather
Parable of the hunter who was moved to compassion
Parable of the illusory deluge
Parable of the impatient beggar who went to hell
Parable of the monkey pair who became human
Parable of the selfish religious and the unselfish Pulindra
Parable showing how Rohini managed pancaka of Rice
Sarga the First
Simile of the three skulls , illustrating discretion
Story of Bandhudatta
Story of CAkarvartin Sanatkumara
Story of CAkarvartin Sanatkumara
Story of four pupils who even sinning obtained perfection
Story of King Hariscandra’s courageous endurance
Story of King Naladharma and the deer
Story of King Vasu who violated the truth
Story of King Vikrama as parrot
Story of Lalitanga and His servant Sajjana
Story of Madanrekha and her son Nami
Story of mother and son punished for cursing one another by implication
Story of pardoned thief Vasants
Story of Prabhakara and his king , wife , and friend
Story of Prince Bhima and his friend Matisgara
Story of Srigupta , gambler , thief and murderer
Story of Sumati , the evil minded , whose vices were corrected by discerment
Story of th e four merchants’ sons , and of Sundara
Story of the Caravaka Gandhara who rejected magic art
Story of the Chaste royal pair Sundara and Madanavallabha
Story of the Emperor Suvarnabahu (with Sakuntala motifs ) , and his death
Story of the girl who died because she had four wooers
Story of the mercant Kubera and Cri , the Goddess of Fortune :  the gold man
Story of the minister who found happiness after his wife’s death
Story of the miserly merchant Dhanasara
Story of the misogynist Sagaradatta who was redeemed bya clever woman
Story of the parrot that brought the fruit of immortality
Story of the thief who destined to die like Absalom , Unavertable fate
Story of two brothers , one stingy, the other generous
Story of two princes Pundarika and Kandarika
The Faithful Parrot and the son who fell in love with his own mother
The Story of Vanaraja , the waif who became king
Two parables
Bonta, Robert J.  del Homage to Sravana Belgola Temples and Monuments of Shravana Belgola
Bothra, Puspa The Jain Theory of Perception Emperical Perception
Nature of Knowledge
Non-sensual perception
The Introduction to Jaina Logicians and their Logic
The Jaina Theory of Perception
The Jaina Theory of Praman
Bruhn, Klaus Mahavira and His Teachings Further Observations on the Iconography of the Parsvanatha
Buhler, Georg On The Origin of the Indian Brahma Alphabet Former Deviation of the Brahmi Lipi
Further passages from the Jatakas
Literary evidence for the Antiquity of Writing
Palaeographic evidence for the antiquity of the Brahmi lipi
The deviation of Brahma letters from the most ancient North Semitic signs
The Origin of the Ancient Brahma Numerals
The Origin of the Kharosthi Alphabet
The Petroffski MS.  from Khotan
The twelve Phala in the Bengal schools
Caillat, Colette Atonement in the Ancient Rituals of the Jaina monks Atonement:  Isolation
Atonement:  Mixed
Atonement:  Repentance
Atonement:  Restitution
Atonement:  The Undisturbed Abandonment of the body
Atonements:  Demotion and Exclusion
Atonment:  Confession
Bibliography
Complemetary Observance:  The Service
Conclusion
Dispensations.  Exceptions to the second and fourth `Great vows’
General Priciples
Organisation of the Monastic Life
The Atonements
The Atonements and Modification
The Changes of Gana
The Hierarchy
The Jaina Religious :  Their Title
The limits Of the Distinctive Character of Jinism
The Offenses
The Subdivisions of the Monastic Community
The Teacher
The Texts
Theoretical Problems
Transgressions and Merits .  Freedom and Resposibility
Caillat, Colette Mahavira and His Teachings Fasting unto Death according to Ayaranga-Sutta and to some Painnayas
Chakravarti, A. Jaina Literature in Tamil Appendix:  Jaina Epigraphs in Tamil
Cultureal Background of Jainism
Estimate of Jaina Influence
General Editorial
Index
Introduction
Jaina Literature in Tamil
Jainas in the Tamil Country
Jivaka Cintamani:  Its contents
Kavya Literature
Kural:  Its Authorship and date
Merumandirapuranam
Minor Didactic Works
Miscellaneous Works
Naladiyar
Nilakesi:  its Analysis
Perunkathai
Preface (first edition)
Prof.  A.  Chakravarti (A Biography)
Silappadikaram:  Its Author and contents
Sripurana
Tamil Lexicons
Three Sangams and Jaina Influence
Tolkappiyam and its commentaries
Works on Prosody and Grammar
Chakravarti, Nemichandra Siddhanta Gommatsara Jivakanda 406 Soul – Classes of Mundane souls
 Kinds of Knowledge
Action
Assimilation
Attention
Bhoga Bhumi
Brief Statement of 21 kinds of Numbers
Capacity of Liberation
Cause
change
Color
conation
conation
Conditions of Existence
Conditions of Existence
Consciousness Attention Knowledge
control
Description
description of Degrees
Developableness
Developments
Differentia
Differentia
Early Jaina Sacred Literature
Embodiments
Extent
Extent of Existence
Five Parikarmas
Fourteen Purvagatas
Function
Group – souled Vegetables
Impulses
Internal
Jaghanya Parita Ananta
Jaghanya Parita Asamkhyata
Knowledge
Modification
Modifications & Quantity
Name
Name
Nigoda
Number
Number
Omniscience
Passions
Place
Popular aspect of the Philosophy in the Book
Possessions
Possibility of Omniscience
Prathamanuyoga
Rationality
Right-belief soul-quest
Senses
Sex Inclination
Siddhanta Chakravarti
Siddhanta Chakravarti
Soul – clauses
Soul – Quest
Soul – Quests Condition of Existence
Soul Classes
Spiritual Stages
Sutra
Table of Names of Numeration
The Anga-Bahya Shruta
The author
The author
THe Contents OF Gommatasara
The Five Chulikas
The Four Anuyogas or Vedas of Jainism
The Jaina Theory of Numbers
The name and origin of the book
The Nuclei
THe Soul acts and Enjoys
THe Soul and the Body
The Soul is Immaterial
The Spiritual Stages
The Twelve Angas
Thought Paint
Time
Time of Existence
Vibratory Activities
Vitalities
Vitality
11 Pratimas
148 Subclauses of Karmas
4 Age
5 Knowledge – Obscuring
5 Obstructive
9 Conation Obscuring
93 Body Making
Age
Attributes
Body Making
Bondage
Bondage, Operation and existence of Karmas
Carelessness
Causes of Bondage
Deluding
Deluding
Differences in Inflow
Dravya
Duration of Bondage
Family Determining
Family Determining
Feeling
Feelings
Fruition of karma
Inflow of Karmic Matter
Inflow of the Eight Karmas
Karmic Matter
Kinds of Bondage
Kinds ofInflow
Knowledge and Conation Obscuring
Liberation
Matter
MOdifications
Nature of Karmic Matter
Obstructive
Passions
Shedding of Karmic Matter
Stopping of Inflow
The 14 Stages and 148 Karmas
The 7 Tattvas
The Embodied Soul
The Quantity of Bondage
The six Substances
Various Stages of Karmas
Vibrations
Vowlessness
Vows
Wrong Belief
Chakravartinayanar, A. Pancastikayasara The Building of the Cosmos A Biographical Note on the late Prof.  A.  Chakravarti
A Philosophical Introduction
Affection
Analysis of Sensations
Conation or the Consciousness of Action
Different Kinds of Births
Dravya, Guna and Paryaya
General Editorial
Index of Gathas
Introduction
Jaina Biology
Jaina Logic
Jaina Metaphysicas
Jaina Physicas
Jaina Psychology
Jainism a Dynamic Realism
Jnana or Knowledge
Kala
Knowledge and the Object of Knowledge (Jnana and Jneya)
Microscopic Beings
Nayas
Prakrit Text along with Sanskrit Chaya, English Translation and Commentary
Prakrit Text along with the Sanskrit Commentary of Amrtacandra
Pranas
Preface
Saptabhangi
Sensations and Sense Organs
Sense Perceptiion
Soul and Body
The Age of Kundakunda or Elacarya
The Conception of Motion
The Historical Introduciton
The Six Dravyas
Works by Sri Kundakundacarya
Champakalakshmi, R.  Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I South India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 B.C.  to 300 A.D.
Chandra, K.  R. Mahavira and His Teachings Vardhamana Mahavira
Chandra, K.  R. Proceedings of the Seminar on Prakrit Studies `Apbhransh Kavi Vibudh Shridhar aur unka badhmanchariu’ :  Rajaram Jain
`Prakrit tatha apbhransh ka aithasik vikas :  Devendra Kumar Shastri
`Prakrit tatha apbhransh ka aithasik vikas’ :  Devendra Kumar Shastri
`Sandhi Kavya – Udbhav and Vikas :  R.  M.  Shah
`Sandhi Kavya – Udbhav and Vikas :  R.  M.  Shah
`Somprabhacaryakrit Sumatinathcharit :  Kathasamagri aivam bhashasamagri :  Kanubhai Br.  Shaith
A Comparative Study of Jhanajjhayana by Jinabhadra and Dhyanastava by Bhaskaranandi :  Suzuko Ohira
A note on Lord Mahavira’s clan :  D.  D.  Malvania
Applicability of the Rules of Prakrit Grammar to the Formation of Marathi Words :  N.  A.  Deshpande
Bhoja’s Srgaraprakasa (Chs.  XXV – XXVIII) :  Prakrit Text Restored :  V.  M.  Kulkarni
Contribution of Prakrit Literature to Biology of Ancient India:  J.  C.  Sikdar
Etymological Definitions and Pali Synonyms :  M.  G.  Dhadphale
Historico – Cultural Contribution of Jaina Acarya through Prakrit Sources :  Rases Jamindar
Influence of Middle-Indo-Aryan in Kannada Literature :  B.  K.  Khadabadi
Kuvalaymala in Loktatva
On Studying the Prakrit Literature :  K.  K.  Dixit
Paramagamasara of Sruta Muni :  Gokul Chanda Jain
Prakrit Studies :  Some Problems and Solutions :  A.  S.  Gopani
Prakritic Influence Revealed in the Works of Panini , Katyayana and Patanjali :  S.  D.  Laddu
Role of Prakrit Dialect in Sanskrit Dramas :  T.  N.  Dave
Some Obscure Passages in the Candaleha Sattaka :  S.  M.  Shaha
Some Prakrit Forms from the Vasudevahindi not available in Pischel’s Prakrit Grammar under Jain Maharastri :  K.  R.  Chandra
Suddayaccariya , a Lost Romantic Tale in Apabhramsa :  H.  C.  Bhayani
The Jataka Literature in Pali and its Socio – ethical Importance :  N.  H.  Satani
The Study of Prakrit Grammar for understanding Tadbhava Words in Kannada P.  B.  Badiger
Vratakatha in old Marathi:  V.  P.  Johrapurkar
Chandra, K.  R. Sambodhi The So-called Sanskrit Drama
Chandra, Moti Jain Miniature Paintings from Western India Carrers and Implements
Costumes and Ornaments
Descriptions of the Plates
Esthetic Considerations in Western Indian Painting
Historical Background
Introduction
Miniatures in the Paper Period (Circa 1400-1600 A.D.)
Miniatures on Palm-leaf
Nomenclature
Painted Wooden Book-covers
Painting on Cloth
Pigments, Brushes, Pencils, etc.
Preface
Technical Process and the Treatment of the Human Figure and Landscape
Chandra, Moti Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Prince of Wales Museum, Bombay – Art Objects in Museums
Chandrashekharvijayji, Muni Shri Karma Philosophy in Jainism Atom
Bondage of Karma
Causes and Bondage of Karma
Emancipation from the Bondage of Karma
Energy of Matter
Modern Science & Law of Karma
Nature of Soul Orignal and Assumed
Oddities and Eccentricities of Karma
Soul , World and Karma
Charukeerty, Bhattarak Swami Philopsophy and Relgion of Mahaveer Philosophy and Religion of Mahaveer
Charukeerty, Bhattarak Swami Rebrith Rebirth
Chatterjee, A.  K. A Comprehensive History of Jainism Vol I Ajivikism and Gosala
Early Jainism and Yaksa Worship
Jain Thinkers
Jainism in Mathura
Jainism in North India (200 B.C.  to 600 A.D.)
Jainism in North India (600 A.D.  to 1000 A.D.)
Jainism in Orissa
Jainism in South India (600 A.D.  to 1000 A.D.)
Jainism in South India (Early Phase)
Life of Mahavira
Parsvanatha
Select Bibliography
Spread of Jainism (Early Phase)
The Literature of Digambaras
The Non-Canonical Svetambara Literature
The Svetambara Canonical Literature
Tirthankaras from Rsabha to Aristanemi
Chatterjee, A.  K. A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF JAINISM Vol II Jainism in North India (1000 – 1300 A.  D.)
Jainism in North India (1300 – 1600 A.  D.)
Jainism in South India (1000 – 1300 A.  D.)
Jainism in South India (1300 – 1600 A.  D.)
Select Bibliography
Svetambara Literature (1000 – 1600 A.  D.)
The Jaina Tirthas
Chitrabhanu, Guru The Philosophy of Soul and Matter Distinguishing `I’ from `Not I’
Knowing Sentient from Insentient Energy
Realising what you are
Recognizing your part in the law of Karma
Transforming your Vibrations
Chitrabhanu, Gurudev Shree The Pscychology of Enlightenment:  Meditations on the seven Energy Centers Ajana – The Eye of Inner Wisdom
An Integrated Meditation on the Seven Energy Centers
Anahata – Love the ever expanding circle
Manipura – The Indweller, Your hidden power
Muladhara – The seat of Security
Sahasrara – Pure Consciousness of Self
Summary chart of the Seven Energy Centers
Swadhisthana – Source of Creative Potential
Using the Energy Centers for Health and Healing
Vishudha – Abundance, experiencing the Limitless
A note on Ahimsa
A note on Samlekhana as a form of suicide refuted
A note on the theory of Lesya
A priori way leading to Absolutism far removed from the common sense
Ahimsa as Mahavrata and Anuvrata
Ajna – The Eye of Inner Wisdom
An Integrated Meditation on the Seven Energy Centers
Anahata – Love , the Ever-Expanding Circle
Analysis of fourteen Gunasthana
Analysis of the Nayas
Anekanta, historical survey
Anuvratas
Approach to Reality:  Introduction
Avasyakas
Bahiratman antaratman and Paramatman
Cetna
Classification of Sansari Jivas
Compared with distinction between `Me’ and `I’ of William James
Concept of man in philosophy
Concept of man in philosophy
Concept of man in philosophy
Concept of mind
Conception of soul on philosophy
Consciousness
Considered from noumenal and the phenominal points of view
Critique of Knowledge
Development of the theory of Anekanta
Dhyana
Divinity of man
Dravya manas and Bhava manas
Eleven Pratimas
Empiricist way
Ethical codes analysed
Five types of sense control
Freedom of soul from Samsara
Gunasthana as stages in the spiritual progress
Gunavratas
Historical Perspective
Historical survey
Human Values
In this our Life
Instrumental Nature of Mind
Interpretation of Ahimsa
Jaina arguments against the existence of Creator God
Jaina Concept of Jiva
Jaina Concept of Moksa
Jaina ethics
Jaina Mysticism
Jaina theory of Karma
Jaina theory of soul
Jaina Yoga compared to Patanjali yoga
Karma to explain provident inequalities in life
Leading Philosophy to the brink of extinction
Logical Positivism
Mahavratas
Man in the physical and social environment
Mana-paryaya and Kevala as supersense experience
Manipura – The Indweller, Your Hidden Power
Meaning of Karma
Meaning of Philosophy
Men or Gods
Mind as quasi-sense organ
Moksa is an ideal
Muladhara – The Seat of Security
Muladhara – The Seat of Security
Nature of divinity in Jaina Philosophy
Nature of knowledge
Nature of Man
Nature of Sense perception
Nayavada
Need for physical and mental discipline
Need for the present day
No place for divine grace
Operation of Karma
Origin and development of Karma theory
Philosophy in India
Potter’s view and Jung’s interpretation analysed
Problem of the relation of soul and Karma analysed
Psychological analysis of Dhyana
Sahasrara – Pure Consciousness of Self
Samitis
Samyakcaritra as Munidharma and sravaka Dharma
Samyaktava
Seat of the Soul
Self consciousness
Sense and Supersense experience
Siksavratas
Some criticism of the theory discussed
Some obseravation on the basis of modern researches in Parapsychology
Soul’s entanglement in the wheel of samsara
Sravakadharma
Stages of sense perception
Stages of yoga
Summary Chart of the Seven Energy Centers
Supersense experience and Avadhi
Swadhisthana – Source of Creative Potential
Syadvada analysed – criticism of the theory, some observations, Right understanding, some Hurdles
Syadvada as a logical expression of Nayavada
Synoptic Philosophy
The Doctrine of Karma in Jaina Philosophy
The end as Moksa
The final stage – Analysis of fourteen Gunasthana
The Jaina attitude as empiricist and realistic
The Jaina Theory of the Soul:
The pathway to perfection
The phases of Mind
The spirit of Anekanta pervading the Jaina ethics
The spirit of Anekanta pervading the problems of life and experience
The way out to be found in the synoptic philosophy as expressed in the Anekanta view of the Jainas
Types of Dhyana
Types of Karma
Upayoga as characteristic of soul
Using the Energy Centers for Health and Healing
Vishuddha – Abundance, Experiencing the Limitless
Yoga and Sivayoga compared
Chitrabhanu, Gurudev Shree Twelve Facets of Reality , The Jain Path to Freedom Art of the Full Stop
Freedom from Dependency
In Search of the Incomparable
Liberation from the Cycle of Birth and Death
Observing the Inflow of Vibrations
Our Protection in an Unprotected World
The Art of Cleansing
The Changeless Beneath the Changes
The Flame in the Candle
The Nature of our Nature
The Nature of the Universe
The Rare Occasions
Chitrabhanu, Shree Realize What you are:  The Dynamics of Jain Meditation Beginning Meditation:  Calming down and Observing Yourself and Your Breathing
Beginning Practice
Chapter 1
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter IX
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Continuing Practice
Continuing Practice:  Meditation on Hrim and Breathing
Deepening Meditatiion:  Emptying and Focusing
Deepening Meditation:  Eliminating Negative Traits
Deepening Meditation:  Who am I?
Developing One-Pointedness
Editors Introduction
Gudied Meditation:  Experiencing Light and Life
How Shall We Approach Life Through Meditation?
Impediments to Growth:  The Ego
Meditation and the Art of Communication
Meditation in Jain Philosophy
Meditation:  The Art of Life and Experience of Light
Perfection Is in Us
Questions
Questions
Realize What You Are
Review
Seeking Our True Nature
Sense Beyond the Senses
The Use of Mantras:  Veerum and Sohum
What is Meditation?
Your Place
Your Posture
your time
Chitrabhanu, Shree Ten Days Journey Into The Self Introduction
Mahavir Jayanti
Meditaion and the first of Four Essential Virutes-Amity
Meditaion on Creative Action
Meditation on Energy
Meditation on Joy
Meditation on Overcoming Our Inner Enemies
The Experience of Meditation
The Fourth Essential Virtue-Equanimity
The Quality of Concord
The Second Essential Virtue-Appreciation
The Third Essential Virtue-Compassion
Choudhary, Gulab Chandra Dr. Political History of Northern India from Jain Sources (C.  650 A.D.  to 1300 A.D.) Abdication
Abila
Accounts Department
Achievements of Father and Son (Viradhavala)
Adbhuta Krsnaraja
Ajayadeva
Ajayapala
Aksapatalika or Mahaksapatalika
Alhanadeva
Allata
Ama Nagavaloka
Anahilla
Appointment of Vastupala and Tejahpala
Arjunadeva
Arjunavarman
Army Organisation
Arnoraja
Arnoraja’s Successors
Asaraja
Ayudha Family:  A concoction
Background
Balaprasada
Balhana
Baliraja
Ballala
Bhatrapatta
Bhima
Bhoja I
Bhoja I
Bhoja II
Cacigadeva
Cahamana
Cahamanas of Lata
Cahamanas of Sakambhari
Camunda, Vallabharaja an Durlabharaja
Candradeva
Capital
Certain Problems
Classification and Valuation of the Sources
Composition of the Council
Concluding remarks
Conquests
Coronation
Council of Ministers (Mantri Parishas)
Councillors -heredity
Court
Daily Routine
Death of Bhima II
Death of Vastupala
Death of Viradhavala
Dethronemen
Devapala
Devapala
Devapala
Dhandhuka
Dhanga
Dharanivaraha
Dharavarsa
Dharmapala
Diplomacy
Dispute over succession
District Administration
Durlabharaja II
Durlabharaja III
Duta
Duties of the King
Dynasties of Saurastra (contd.)
Early account and position
Early History of The Vaghela Branch of the Caulukayas
Early Reference
Education and Discipline of the king
Ethics of War
Evidence
Expenditure
Feudatories or Samantas
Foudation of Anahilapataka
Founder of the Dynasty
From Bhuyaraja Raji
From Kumarsimha to Padmasimha
Functions of Cabinet
Functions of the King-
Ganda and Vidyadhara
Gangeyadeva
Gaya Karna
Genealogy and Chronology
General condition of the Period
Govindacandra
Govindaraja
Guhilaputras of Naduladagika
Guhlaputras or Guhilotas
Guhlas of Mewar
Gurjara Pratiharas
Hammiradeva
Hariraja
Hariscandra
Harsa
His Successor
His Successors
His Successors
His Successors
His successors
Identification of Kalyanakataka
Identification of Sindhuraja
Jagadeva (Laksmadeva)
Jaitrasimha
Jaitrasimha
Jaitugideva
Jayacandra
Jayasimha and Udayaditya
Jayasimha Siddharaja
Jayavarman II
Jinduraja
Jodhpur branch
Juries
Kanhadadeva
Karna
Karnadeva
Katukaraja
Kelhana
Kings of the dynasties of Eastern India
Kings Personal Officers
Kirtipala
Kirtiraja
Kumarapala
Laksmana
Laksmana
Laksmanasena
Laksmi Karna
Lavana Prasada
Law and Justice
Lineage
List of Jain Inscriptions (Appendix)
Literature on Policy
Location of the dynasties of India
Mahendra
Mahendrapala
Mahipala
Mahipala alias Devaraja
Mahipala I
Mangalaraja
Members of this branch
Military Administration
Ministers
Miscellaneous Literature
Mularaja
Mularaja II
Mularaja’s ancestors
Nagabhatta II
Naravarman
Narrative Literature
Oath
Organization of the Central Government
Origin
Origin and Conception of the State
Origin of Mularaja’s family
Origin of the Cahamanas
Origin of the Dynasties of Central India
Origin of the dynasties of Eastern India
Origin of The Senas of Bengal
Original seat of Mularaja’s family
Other Officers
Other Sources of Income
Padmapala
Pancakula
Paramaras of Bansawara (Vagada)
Paramaras of Candravati and Arbunda
Paramaras of Kiradu
Paramaras of Malava
Paramardi
Parentage
Pattavali
Peace and Treaties
Period
Personal Safety of the King
Poet Sri Harsa
Poet Vakpati
Political disorder in Bhima II reign
Position of the King
Prahlada
Prahladanadeva
Prasati(colophons)
Prime Minister
Prince and other members of the Family
Provincial Administration
Prthvipala
Prthviraja I
Prthviraja II
Prthviraja III
Punishment
Pushyabhutis
Qualification of the Councillors
Rajyapala
Rajyapala
Ratnapala
Rayapala
Remarks
Revenue and Finance Administration
Rights and Privileges
Saktikumara
Samanta
Samantasimha
Samantsimha
Samarasimha
Samarasimha
Samkha alias Sangrama simha
Sarangadeva
Seven Constituents of the State
Sindhuraja
Sindhuraja
Sixfold Policy
Siyaka
Sobhita
Somasimha
Somesvara
Sources of Revenue
State and Administration
Subdivisions and other Lower Limits
Subhatavarman
Succession
Tejasimha
The Cahamanas
The Cahamanas of Jalor
The Cahamanas of Naddula
The Cahamanas of ranathambhor
The Candellas
The Caritas and Prabandhas
The Casadas of Anhilapur
The Caulukyas (Solankis) of Gujarata
The City Administration
The dates from Kirtipala to Padmapala
The Dynasties of Central India
The Dynasties of Central India (contd.)
The Dynasties of Eastern India
The Dynasties of Madhyadesa
The Dynasties of Madhyadesa (continued)
The Dynasties of Rajasthan
The Dynasties of Rajasthan (contd.)
The Dynasties of Saurastra
The Gahadavalas
The Kaccapaghatas
The Kacchapagatas of Gwalior
The Kacchapaghatas of Dubkunda
The Kalacuris of Dahalas
The Kesari Dynasty of Kalinga (Orissa)
The King
The Madanavrman
The Ministers of Vastupala and Tejapala
The Original Seat of the Cahamanas
The Palas
The Paramaras
The Pratiharas of Avanti
The Rastrakutas of Hastikundi
The Senas of Bengal
The term Bhukti
The Vaghela Branch of the Caulukayas
Their Hold over Malava
Titles of Kings and Queens
Udayasimha
Vajradaman
Vakpati Munja
Vanaraja
Various Checks and Balances
Vasovarman amd his Successors
Vasudeva
Vatsaraja
Vigraharaja II
Vigraharaja III
Vigraharaja IV
Vijayacandra
Vikramasimha
Vinayakapala alias Mahipala
Vindhyavarman
Viranarayana and Vagbhata
Viravarmadeva
Visaladeva
Visaladeva
Vyuha
War Officers
Weapons
Yasodeva, the author of the Insciption
Yasodhavala
Yasovarman
Yasovarman
Yasovarman
Yogaraja
Yojaka
Coomaraswamy, Ananda K Catalogue of the Indian Collections in the Museum of Fine arts, Boston Bibliography of Jainism
Bibliography of Jainism
Further Explanation of Various Terms
ife of Mahavira and other Jinas
Jaina Cosmology
Jaina Literature
Jaina Paintings
Jainism
Jinas
List of Donors
List of Manuscripts
Miscellaneous Drawings
Summary of the story of Kalakacarya
Summary of the story of Salibhadra
Deleu, J. Mahavira and His Teachings Lord Mahavira and the Anyatirthikas
Deo, S.  B.  Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I Expansion of Jainism
Deo, Shantaram Bhalchandra Jaina Monastic Jurisprudence BThe Custodian of Monastic Jurisprudence
Laws of Jurisprudence and their Working
The Background to Monastic Jurisprudence
Transgressions and Punishments
Desai, S.  M. Haribhadra’s Yoga Works and Psychosynthesis I.  Haribhadra, Jainism and Yoga
II.  Haribhadra’s Synthesis of Yoga
III.  A Model for Psychosynthesis Today
Deshpande, M.  N. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I The Background and Traditions
Deva, Krishana Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Jaina Art and Architecture under the Candellas
Jaina Temple at Un
Jaina Temples called Bhand Dewal at Arang
Mahavira Temple, Ghanerav
Mahavira Temple, Sewadi
Santinatha Temple, Jhalarapatan
Central India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
North India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
West India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Central India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
West India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Devendra, Muni Shastri A Source Book In Jaina Philosophy Ajivtattva:  A Study
Appendices
Atmavada; an analysis
Darsana :  a synoptic Study
Discussion of Prameya
Index of Technical Terms
Jaina & Buddhist Philosophies
Jaina & Sankhya Philosophies:  a comparison
Jaina & Vedanta Philosophies
Jaina Canonical Literature
Jaina Darsana & Jain Philosophies of the world
Jaina Metaphysics
Jaina Philosophical Literature and Authors
Jnanavada:  a study
Karmavada
Karmavada:  a synopsis
Legacy of Jaina Philosophy to world of Thought
Lokavada( cosmology)
Nature of Darsana & Darsana Literature
Nayavada:  a study
Niksepavada:  a study
Philosophies of the world
Pramana:  a study
Pramanavada
Principle of Asrava(Influx)
Principle of Bandh & Moksa; a discussion
Principle of Punya(Merit) & Papa(Demerit)
Principle of samvara & Nirjara:  a study
Pudgala(matter):  a Study
Reference Books Index
Saptabhangi:  A Dicussion
Scheme of Pronunciation
Syadvada; The Basis of Jain philosophy
Dhaky, M.  A. Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Ganga Jaina Sculpture
Santara Architecture
The Western Indian Jaina Temples
Dhanki, M.  A. Sambodhi Notices on Buddhist Architecture in Western Indian Vastusastras
Dharurkar, V.  L.  Prof. Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture The Art and Iconography of Jain Caves in Ellora
Diwaker, S.  C. Glimpses of Jainism Jainism and Peace
The Antiquity of Jainism
The Doctrine of Ahimsa
The Doctrine of Syadvada
The Philosophy of Karma
Ahimsa and Aparigraha (The Doctrine of non-injury and Possessionlessness)
Anekantvada and Syadvada (Doctrine of non-absolutism and philosophical co-existence)
Heart of Jainism
Karma Theory
Religion and World Peace
Samadhi Maran (The Ideal Death)
Diwaker, S.  C. Tirthankara Mahavira Life & Philosophy Atmanushashan
Central Truth
Dawn of omniscience
Descent of the saviour
Eulogy of Divinity
Gems of Jinavani
Glimpses of Jainism
Jain Prayer
Jainism and Peace
Jainism prior to Mahavira
Life Divine
Mental Purification
Nirvana
Pure Thoughts
Renunciation
Sermon on Vipula Mount
Soul Culture
Spiritual Guidance
The doctrine of Ahimsa
the doctrine of Syadvada
The Philosphy of Karma
Tour for Universal good
Dixit, K.  K. Early Jainism A Historical Evaluation of Uttaradhyayana and Dasavaikalika
A special relevance of Suttanipata for Jaina studies
Acaranga II
Arambha and Parigraha
Extremely Hard Ascetic Life
General Statement
Introduction
Kasaya and Mahavrata :  No well-established concepts
Monastic Jurisprudence:  Not yet formulated
No Special Epistemology
No Special Mythology
No Special Ontology
No Superhumanization of the biography of Mahavira
Parisaha and Bhiksadosa :  No well-established concepts
Prasanavyakarana
Rsibhasita
Six-fold objects of Arambha
Some Noteworthy features of the Jaina Speculation as occuring in Accaranaga I and Sutrakrtanga I
Some Relevant Passages from Acaranga I considered
Sutrakrtanga II – A Historical Evaluation
The Animate and Inanimate Objects of Parigraha
The five Anga Texts of the form of a story-collection
The four old Chedasutras
The Karma Doctrine in Primitive form
The problem of Employment of speech
The problem of Moving about
The problem of Proving Alms
Unconditional Emphasis on World Renunciation
Dixit, K.  K. Slokavartika, A Study Absence (Abhava)
Akrtivada
Analogy (Upamana)
Apohavada
Citraksepavada
Codanasutra
Doctrine of Soul
General Problems regarding Valid cognition
Implication (Arthapatti)
Inference (Anumana)
Introductory to Refutation of Idealism
Means of Valid Cognition other than Verbal Testimony
No false superimposition of words on things they denote
Object of sense perception – unitary or otherwise
Perception (Pratyaksa)
Refutation of Idealism
Refutation of the basic idealist inference
Refutation of the idealist critique of perception
Sabdanityatadhikarana
Sabdapariccheda
Sambandhaksepaparihara
Sphotavada
The Idealist Case refuted
The Object of Inferential cognition – something real or something fictitious
The problem of Drstanta
The problem of Paksa
The problem of Paksadharmata
The problem of Paksadharmata
The problem of Vyapti
Vakyadhikarana
Vanavada
Verbal Testimony
Why no Suprasensuous perception
Why posit determinate perception
Why posit Indeterminate perception
Dixit, K.  K. Yogadrstisamuccaya and Yogavimsika of Acharya Haribhadrasuri A Denuniciation of Logic – Chopping and of the Theological Sectarianism resulting from it
A Denuniciation of the Welcomer of the Wordly Existence
A General Account of the Eight Yoga Viewpoints
A Genral Remark about the Character of the present Text
A Hint for the Historico – Comparative Study of the Yogadrstisamuccaya
A Recaptulation of the Author’a own View
A Refutation of Absolute Eternalism
A Refutation of Absolute Momentarism
A Special Account of the First four Yoga Viewpoints
A Special Account of the Last Four Yoga-Viewpoints
Bala – the third Yoga Viewpoint
Dipra – the Fourth Yoga Viewpoint
Introduction to Yogavimsika
Introductory Remarks
Kanta – the Sixth Yoga-Viewpoint
Mitra – the First Yoga Viewpoint
Para – the Eighth Yoga-Viewpoint
Prabha – the Seventh Yoga-Viewpoint
Sanskrit Chaya
Sthira – the Fifth Yoga-Viewpoint
Tara – the second Yoga Viewpoint
Text and Translation of Yogavimsika
The Author’s own View of The Nature of Moksa
The Benedictory Verse
The Concluding Remarks (Miscellaneous)
The Four Types of Ethical Conducts
The Four Types of Yogins
The Nature of Moksa
The Parting Exhortation
The Three Types of Favourable External Circumstances
The Three Types of Yoga
The Treatment of the Problem of Yoga in the Yogabindu and the Dvatrimsaddvatrimsika
The Vedyasamvedyapada Versus AVedyasamvedyapada
Transitory
Yogavimsika
Doshi, Saryu Homage to Sravana Belgola The Art Treasures of Shravana Belgola
The Pilgrims path of Shravana Belgola
Dwivedi, V.  P. Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Jaina Wood Carvings in the National Museum Collection
Dwiwedi, V.  P.  Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Wood Carvings
Gai, G.  S. Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Jaina Monuments of
Mathura Jaina Inscriptions of the Kusana Period – A Fresh Study
Gai, G.  S.  Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Epigraphic and Numismatic Sources
Gajapathi, S. Mahavira and His Teachings How it Works?
Ghosh, A. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Museum for indische Kunst, Berlin-Dahlem – Art Objects in Museums
Ghoshal, S.  C. Dravya-Samgraha of Nemichandra Siddhanta-Chakravartti A Guide to Transliteration
Adharma
Alphabetial List of Works Consulted
Alphabetical Index of the Prakrit Gathas
Alphabetical Index of the Sanskrit Chhayas
Alphabetical Index to the Introduction
Appendices
Bandha, according to Prakriti, Sthiti, Anubhaga nd Pradesa
Bhava-moksa and Dravya-moksa
Bhava-samvara and Dravya-samvara
Bhavasrava and Dravyasrava
Bhavasrava nd Dravyasrava
Brahmadeva’s commentary
Chamunda Raya
Chandragiri and Vindhyagiri
Chandragiri at Sravana Belgola in Mysore
Characteristics of Dravyasrava
Charitra
Commentaries on Gommatasara
Connection of Jiva with Karmas
Darsana
Definition of Astikaya
Definition of Pradesa
Dharma
Dravya-Samgraha:  Text and Translation
Excellent meditaition
Ganga Raja
General Index
Gommatasara
Gommatesvara
How to succeed in meditaion
Inscribed slabs below the image of Vahuvali in Gommatesvara temple on Vindhyagiri
Inscription at the foot of the image of Vahuvali in Gommatesvara temple on Vindhyagiri
Introduction
Jiva-without form, according to Nischaya Naya, and having form, according to Vyavahara Naya
Jiva, according to Suddha Naya
Jiva, according to Vyavahara and Nischaya Naya
Ksapanasara
Labdhisara
List of Illustrations
Lokakasa and Alokakasa
Lokakasa containing the Dravyas and Alokakasa beyond it
Marasimha II
Mukta Jivas
Nemichandra Siddhanta-chakravartti explaining the scriptures to Chamundaraya
Nemichandra Siddhanta-chakravartti, the author of Dravya-samgraha
Nischaya Dhyana
Notes on Important References
Paryapta and Aparyapta Jivas
Paryapta and Aparyapta Jivas
Perfect Conduct
Perfect knowledge
Points of time
Pradesa in Jiva, Pudgala, Dharma, Adharma, Akasa, and Kala
Pratisthapatha
Preface
Punaya and Papa
Rachamalla II or Rajamalla II
Sanskrit Commentary (Vritti) by Brahmadeva
Sravana Belgola
Sthavata and Trasa Jivas
Sub-divisions of Jnana
SUBJECT-MATTER of Dravya-samgraha
The anointing ceremony of Vahuvali Gommatesvara
The Causes of Liberation
The characteristicas of Jiva
The date of the construction of the image
The Dravyas, Jiva and Ajiva
The efficacy of practising penances, keeping vows and reading Scriptures
The Extent and Existence of Jiva
The five Astikayas
The four kinds of Darsana
The fourteen Gunasthanas
The fourteen Marganas
The fruits of Karmas-whether enjoyed by Jiva
The Ganga Dynasty
The Gurus of Nemichandra
The importance of Dhyana
The Inscriptions below the image of Gommatesvara
The Legendary account of Bhujavali
The legendary accounts of he establishment of the image by Chamunda Raya
The meditation of Mantras
The modification of Pudgala
The Pancha Paramesthis
The rise of Jnana and Darsana in Samsarts and Kevalts
The six kinds of Dravya
The Soul, with reference to Liberation
The Story in Rajavali Kathe
The story in Sthala-purana
The story in Vahuvali Charitra
The sub-divisions of Bhavasrava
The Temple of Neminatha by Chamundaraya (lengthwise)
The Temple of Neminatha by Chamundaraya on Chandragiri (Southern Side)
The Temple of Vahuvali Gomateswara by Chamundaraya on Vindhyagiri at Sravana Belgola
The three kinds of Samaropa
The two kinds of Akasa
The two kinds of Nirjara
The two kinds of Upayoga
The varieties of Ajiva
The Works of Nemichandra
Trilokasara
Vahuvali Gommatesvara
Varieties of Bhava-Samvara
Varieties of colour, taste, smell and touch
Vyavahara and Paramarthika Kala
Who is a Sadhu?
Who is a Siddha?
Who is an Acharya?
Who is an Arhat?
Who is an Upadhyaya?
Why Pudgala is Kaya?
Glasenapp, Helmuth Von The Doctrine of Karman in Jain Philosophy Anivrtti badara samparaya gunasthana
Apavartana and Udvartana
Apramatta samyata gunasthana
Apurvakarana gunasthana
Avirata Samyagdrsti gunasthana
Ayogi kevali gunasthana
Ayogi kevali gunasthana
Bandha, Udaya and satta
Belief
Conduct
Mithyadrsti-gunasthana
Pramatta samyagdrsti gunasthana
Preliminary Survey of gunasthanas
Samkrama
Samsara and Moksa
Samyagmithyadristi gunasthana
Sasvadana samyagdrsti gunasthana
Sayogi kevali gunasthana
State of Existence and Classes of Beings
Suksama samparaya gunasthana
Suksma samparaya gunasthana
The 14 gunasthanas
The Activity of the Soul
The Animal State of Existence
The Attainment of samyaktva
The Capability of Salvation
The causes of bondage
The Causes of the Karman and the Means for its Annihilation
The Celestial State of Existence
The Duration of Karman
The Faculty of Cognition of the Soul
The Impeding and Destruction of Karman
The Infernal State of Existence
The Intensity of Karman
The Karman
The Karman in itself
The Karman in their Relation to the Soul and to one another
The Ksapaka-sreni
The Lesyas
The Qualities of Soul
The Quantity of the pradesas of Karman
The Soul and the Karman
The Species of Karman
The States of the Soul
The upasama-sreni
The Way of Salvation
Udirana
Upasanta kasaya vitaraga chadmastha gunasthana
Gopani, A.  S. Mahavira and His Teachings Thus spake Mahavira
Gopani, A.  S. The Yoga Shastra of Hemchandracharya (A 12th Century Guide of Jain Yoga)
Gopani, A.  S. The Yoga Shastra of Hemchandracharya (A 12th Century Guide of Jain Yoga) Preface
Gopani, A.  S. The Yoga Shastra of Hemchandracharya (A 12th Century Guide of Jain Yoga) Publisher’s Note
Gopani, A.  S.  Dr. Some Aspects of Indian Culture A Note on Prakrits, Apabhramsa and Gujarati
Ajivika Sect – New Interpretation
Characteristic of Jainism
Comparative Study of the Traditions relating to Jambu and the stories about him
Female Education as evidenced in Buddhist Literature
Gunapala and his Jambucariyam
Heretics of Jainism
Jainism in Gujarat
Jambu – A Historical Person and the stories about him with their origin
Kuvalayamala
Life and Culture in Jaina Literature
Mahavira
Muni Jinavjayaji – My tribute and Reminiscences
Religion and Secularism
Religious and Moral Elements in Gunapala’s Jambucariyam
Satyasamhita and Gandhiji’s Horoscope
Some Intervening Stories in Gunapala’s Jambucariyam
Something about Ardhamagadhi
Subhasitas in Gunapala’s Jambucariyam
Thus spake Mahavira
Gorakshkar, S.  V. Homage to Sravana Belgola Jain Metal Images from Deccan Karnataka
Goshal, Sarat Chandra Dravya Sangrah Characterstics of Ajiva
Characterstics of Jiva
Conventional Meditation
Mangalacharan
Practice of Meditation
Real Meditation
Seven Elements (Tattvas)
Six Substances and Five Astikayas in them
The Right path and means of Liberation
Granthmala, Navjivan Jainism Jainism and World Peace
Granthmala, Navjivan Jainism Principles of Jainism
Granthmala, Navjivan Jainism The Jain Notion of the Soul
Gunde, Dhananjay Dr. Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Food, Health and Janism
hagchandra, Bhaskar” Dr” Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Jainism in Buddhist Literature
Heggade, Veerendra Dr. Homage to Sravana Belgola Yakshagana and its relevance to Jainism
Jacobi, Hermann Jaina Sutras Part II (A monk encounters many difficulties)
(Another school of Materialists and the forerunners of the Vaiseshikas)
(Conclusion)
(Exhortation to follow the true Law)
(Fatalists, Agnosticas, Kriyavadins, Buddhists)
(He easily desponds.  The opinion refuted that amonk should not provide a sick brother with food)
(He is tempted back to domestic life)
(How they treat him afterwards)
(How women tempt a monk)
(Materialist, Vedantins, other materialists, Akriyavadins, forerunners of the Vaiseshikas, Bauddhas, Ganayas)
(Pauranikas, the followers of Gosala, Vainayikas)
(Refutation of the 363 heretical philosophical schools)
(Right conduct of monks, and of laymen)
(Several objections removed)
(Some more wicked practices)
(Some popular beliefs, Conclusion)
(Some wicked practices described)
(The fatalists)
(The Materialisits)
(The twelve kinds of committing sin, and sinless actions)
(The Vedantins)
Ardraka; (his dispute with Gosala, a Buddhist, a Vedi priest, a Vedantin, and a Hastitapasa)
Carefulness.  (Smemore injunctions and prohibitons)
Death against (and with) one’s will
Description fo the wicked.  (No living beings should be destroyed; no merit in ablutions and tending the sacrificial fire.  A monk should not be selfish)
Description of the hells
Freedom from error; (what should be maintained and what not)
Harikesa, (a kandala, turned monk; his victory over a Brahman, who he converts)
Impurity (Carefulness required for obtaining the end)
Index of Names and Subjects
Index of Sanskrit and Prakrit Words
Introduction
Ishukara.  (A legend, illustrating the excellence of a monastic life0
Kesi and Gautama.  (The followers of Parsva are brought over to the church of Mahavira)
Kitra and Sambhuta.  (A dialogue on the vanity of worldly pleasures)
Knowledge of food (On the generation of living beings)
Knowledge of women
Kspilas’s verses (in praise of good conduct)
Mode of life.  (Alist of articles of the Gaina faith according to the number of ther sub-divisions)
Nalanda.(Udaka, a follower of Parsva, is converted by Gautama)
On activity
On discipline (especially for pupils)
On exertions (Exertion not leading to workds recommended)
On Lesya
On living beings and things without life.
On troules.  (About the twenty-two things that cause trouble to monks)
Praise of Mahavira
Rathanemi.  (The renunciations of Arishtanemi his wife Rajimati exhorts Rathanemi0
Renunciation of activity.  (An action is isnful though it be done unconsciously)
Samudrapala, (turned monk.  On the duties of a monk.)
Sangaya (KIng S.  turned monk; he preaches that the state of amonk is preferable to taht of a king; illustrations form Gaina history)
Second Book
Sutrakritanga
The bad bullocks (compared to bad pupils by Garga)
The bad Sramana; (what a monk should avoid)
The causes of carelessness; (what excites the passions and produces Karman)
The correct behaviour (of monks during the several parts of day and night)
The creed.  (On the four heresies:  Agnosticism, Vinanyavada, Akiriyavada, Kriyavada
The destruction fo Karman; (how to lead a holy life)
The doctrine.  (On some heretical doctrines)
The exertion in righteousness.  (On the fundamental principles of Gainism)
The exertion in righteousness.  (On the fundamental principles of Gainism)
The exertion in righteousness.  (On the seventy-three articles necessary for reaching perfection)
The false ascetic (Wrong conduct leads to perditionm, right conduct to salvation)
The four requisites (for the attainment of beatitude
The great duty of the Nirgranthas (A dialogue between king Srenika and a monk on the happiness obtained by righteousness.The bad monk is lost)
The houseless monk (The chief duties of a monk)
The knowledge of troubles
The Law.  (Wat amoonk should astain from)
The leaf of the tree.  (A sermon by Mahavira on the punishment of the sinner and the reward of the righteous)
The Lotus.  (The parable of the Lotus.)
The nature of Karman, (and the subdivisions of it)
The Nirgrantha.  (The same subject continued)
The parable of the ram, &C.  (illustrative of the folly of the sinner who misses his chance of reaching a more exalted state of existence)
The Path.  (The same subject continued and concluded)
The Pravragya of king Nami.  (A dialouge between him and Indra who advised him to retain the royalty)
The real truth.  (Some duties of a pious monk)
The road of penance.  (On external and internal austerities)
The road to final deliverance.  (On the fundamental principles of Gainism)
The road to final deliverane.  (On the fundamental principles of Gainaism)
The Samitis (and the Guptis)
The son of Mriga (On the punishment in the hells)
The song.  (On the virtues of a true monk)
The ten conditions of perfect chasity
The true monk; (how he should conduct himself)
The true sacrifice.  (Gayaghosha, the monk, converts Vigayaghosha, the Brahman)
The very learned (monk; his virtues and his superiority)
The Ymakas.  (Miscellaneous topics treated in artificial verses)
Transliteration of Oriental Alpabets adopted for the Translations of the Sacred Books of the East
Uttaradhyayana
Jain, Balchandra Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Museums in Madhya Pradesh – Art Objects in Museums
Collections at Deogarh – Art Objects in Museums
Some Jaina Bronzes from American Collections – Art Objects in Museums
Jain, C.  R. Jaina Psychology A Train of Thought
Association of ideas
Attention
Dreams and Visions
Ethics
Faith
Free will and Predestination
Inhibition
instincts
Intellect
Lesiyas
Material Parallelism
Memory and Recollection
Motor Mechanisms
Omniscience
Passions
Pleasure and Pain
Preface
Recognition
soul an Intelligent Substance
The Central Organ of the Mind
The Jnanavaraniya Cover
The Lotus of the Heart
The Nature of Knowledge
The Orgaizing Forces of the Gody
The Soul
The Subconscious
The Will
Varieties of Sensation
Jain, Champat Rai Confluence of Opposites, Scientific Study of Comparative Religion Ancient and extinct faiths
Comparative Religion is Science
God
Islam
Metaphysics
Mythology
Religion as a Science
Rituals
Solution of allegories
Soul blissful by Nature
Summary and Conclusion to Confluence of Opposites
The Method of Comparison
The Teaching of New Testament
Jain, Chander Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Siddhachalam
Jain, Devendra Kumar Essential of Jainism My Aspirations, English trans.  of Meri bhavana of `Mukhtar’
Jain, Duli Chand Essential of Jainism How Karma Theory Relates to Modern Science
Selections from Tattvartha Sutra of Acharya Umaswami
Jain, G.  N. Mahavira and His Teachings Hindu and Jaina Concepts of Mahapralaya versus Modern Science
Jain, G.  R.  Prof. Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Space, Time and Universe
Jain, Hiralal Mahavira His Times & his Philosophy of Life Background of Mahavira’s Tirthakarahood
Date of Mahvira-Nirvana
Growth of Literature on Mahavira’s Biography
Historical Contemporaries of Mahavira
Life of Mahavira:  Birth and Boyhood
Literature based on the Teachings of Mahavira
Mahavira:  His Philosophy of Life
Mahavira:  His Philosophy of Life
Mahavira:  His Religious Sermons
Mahavira’s :  His Age
Mahavira’s Heritage:  Jaina Literature
Mahavira’s Omniscience
Mahavira’s Place of Birth
Mahvira Penances
Place of Mahavira’s Omniscience
Place of Penance of Mahvira
The Place of Nirvana of Mahavira
The Priest and the Recluse
Thought Ferment in Eastern India
To Conclude
Jain, Jagdish Chandra Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Status of Woman in JainismNamokara Maha Mantra
Jain, Jagdishchandra Life in Ancient India as depicted in Jaina Canon and Commentaries (6th B.C.  to 17th A.D.  ) Abdication
Administration of Justice
Administrative Organisation,
Adultery
Agriculture
Ajivika an Important Sect
Ajja and Kottakiriya
Ajnanavada
Akriyavada
Aquisition of Spells
Arboriculture
Archery
Architecture
Arts and Sciences
Assesment and Collection
Bhasa
Bhutaamaha
Birth
Brahamanas
Brahmi and Kharostri Scripts
Building Industries
Cane and Leaf Work
Capital
Cases
Causes of Renunciation
Causes of War
Cavalry
Centers of Learning
Central Administration
Ceremonies
Chariots
Children
Choice by Divine Will
Classification of the canon
Co-wives
Commerce
Consecration Ceremony
Consumption
Course of Study
Credit
Crime and Punishment
Cunni
Currency
Dance and Drama
Distribution
Doctrines
Domestic Life
Dreams
Dress
Dyes, Gums and Chemicals
Economic Aspects
Education and Learning
Elephants
Eleven Ganadharas
Ethics of War
Exchange
Exports – Imports
Famine
Field Crops
Fiscal Administration
Flowers, Perfumes and Cosmetics
Food
Forms of Marriage
Fortification
Four Classes
Funeral Obsequies
Gandharva Marriage
General Attitude towards Women
Geographical Lexicon
Geographical Material in the Jain Canon
Gosala and his Association with Mahavira
Guild Castes
Hired Labourers
Horticulture
House
Hunting
Important Kings and Dynasties
Indamaha
Infantry
Inland Trade
Interest
Introduction to Administrative Organisation,
Introduction to Economic Aspects
Introduction to Geographical Material in the Jain Canon
Introduction to Important Kings and Dynasties
Introduction to Religious Conditions
Introduction to the Jain Canon
Introductory to Social Conditions
Ivory Work
Jain Aryan Countries
Jain Conception of the world
Jain Monks and Magical Practices
Jain Monks and Meat Eating
Jain View of a Brahamana
Jakkhamaha
Judiciary and Justice
Khandamaha
King and Kingship
Kings and Rulers
Kriyavada
Labor
Land
Language
Leather Work
Light and Fuel
Local Government
Love Affairs and Female Ascetic
Low Professional Castes
Luxuries
Magic and Superstitions
Mahavira
Mahavira’s Itinerary
Manners and Customs
Manufactures
Marriage
Marriage by Purchase
Marriage in Exchange
Marriageable Age
Mathematics, Astronomy and Astrology
Meat Diet
Medical Treatment
Medicines, Diseases and Treatment
Methods of Ploughing
Military organisation
Mining and Metallurgy
Miscarriage
Miscellaneous
Modification in the Jain Canon
Monasticism
Mukundamaha
Murder
Music and Dancing
Nagamaha
Nijjutto
Non Aryan Countries
Non-Execution of the King’s order
Omens and Superstions
Organisation
Other Centers
Other Centers
Other Kinds of Marriage
Other Occupations
Other Professions
Other Religious Sects
Other Schools and Sect
Other Sources of Income
Painting
Parsvanatha – A historical personality
Period of Pregnancy
Political Disturbances
Polygamy and Polyandry
Popular Dieties
Position of the Ganikas
Position of Women
Pottery
Poultry
Price
Prisons
Production
Profits
Prostitite
Public Appearance of Women
Purohita
Rearing of Live-stock and Dairy -farming
Redaction of the Jain Canon
Relation between Kings and Princes
Relations and Friends
Religious Conditions
Remarriage of a Widower
Rent
Residence
Retrospect
Robbery
Royal Household
Royal Officers
Ruddamaha
Sacrifice
Sculpture
Self Immolation
Servants and Slaves
Setthi
Seventy-two Kalas
Shrines and Temples of the Jakkhas (Jakkayayna
Sickness
Sivamaha
Sixty-three Great Men
Social Conditions
Social Organisation
Son-in-Law living in the House
Sources of Revenue
Sports and Amusements
Student Life
Study
Succession by Primogeniture
Succession of Sister’s son
Svayamvara or Marriage
Textiles – Weaving and Spinnig
The Ajiviya Samanas
The Antiquity of the canon
The Arya and Anarya
The Custom of Niyoga
The Despised and the Untouchables
The Eighteen Livis
The Exegetical Literature on the canon
The Family
The Four gteat Schools
The four-fold Army
The Gahavais
The Geruya or Parivrajaka Samanas
The Hardships undergone by Samanas
The History of Jain Sangh
The Ideal of the Jain Samanas
The Jain Canon
The Jain Monks and their Dress
The Khattiyas
The lay Followers of Ajiviyas
The Loss of Drstivada
The other Side
The Pioneers of Jain Order
The Purvas
The Renunciation Ceremonies
The Royal Council and the Minister
The Sakka Samanas
The Samana Sangha
The Samanas Nigganthas
The Schisms
The Svetambara and Digambara tradition
The system of Transaction
The Tavasa Samanas
The Teachers and the Pupils
The Twelve Cakaravartins
The Twenty-four Tirthankars
The Vijjaharas
Their Privileges
Thieves and Robbers
Tika
Transport
Travelling
Vesamanamaha
Viceroyalty and Succession
Vinayavada
Wages
Warfare
Weapons
Weights and Measures
Western Scholars on the Dristivada
Widow Remarriage
Wine
Women
Women and Succession
Workers in Metals
Writing
Jain, Jagdishchandra Dr. The Vasudevahindi , An Authentic Jain Version of the Brahatkatha A comparative List of the Wives of Vasudeva
Arbitrary changes made from the Original BK
Background
Carudatta in the ‘well
Comparative Study of the VH and the BKSS
Corruption in the Text
Critical Analysis of Vasudevahindi
Dhammillahindi
Different Authorities Quoted
Discovery of Vasudevahindi
Escape from Home
Inconsistencies and Distortions of the Original BK
Introduction of Sama and Vijay
Journey of Carudatta
Kahuppatti
Lack of Uniformity in Lambhas
Lack of Uniformity in the Orthography
Marriage of Carudatta and his entry into a prostitute house
Material out of Context
Muha
Obvious Mistakes Due the Negligence of the Scribe
Padimuha
Pajjunna is Unitid with His Mother
Pedhiya
Pedhiya
Prose and Poetry Mixed up in the VH
Reconstruction of the BK based on the common episode in the VH and BkSS
Religion is Difficult to Obtain
SAMba and His Love for a Courtesan’s daughter
Sarira
Stock Words and Phrases Compared with the Jain Canonical Literature
The Antiquity of the Vasudevahindi
The Archaic Language in the Vasudevahindi and the Brhatkathaslokasangraha
The Ascetic Vinhukumara and the Origin of Vinhugiya
The Conquest of (Reunion ) Vegavati
The Conquest of Asasena
The Conquest of Balacanda
The Conquest of Bandhumati
The Conquest of Bhaddamitta and Saccarakkhiya
The Conquest of Devaki
The Conquest of Gandhavvadatta
The Conquest of Kavila
The Conquest of Keumati
The Conquest of Laliyasiri
The Conquest of Mayanavega
The Conquest of Mittasiri an d Dhanasiri
The Conquest of Nilajasa
The Conquest of Pabhavati
The Conquest of Pauma
The Conquest of Paumasiri
The Conquest of Paumavati
The Conquest of Piyangusundari
The Conquest of Punda
The Conquest of Rattavati
The Conquest of Rohini
The Conquest of Sama and Vijaya
The Conquest of Samali
The Conquest of Somasiri
The Conquest of Somasiri
The Conquest of Vegavati
The Contest between Samba and Subhanu
The Divisions of Vasudevahindi
The Findings of Lacote
The Heroine Madanamanjuka split up between Suhiranna and Somasiri
The Importance of Brahatkatha
The Importance of Brahatkathaslokasangraha
The Missing Text
The Origin of Pippalada and the Ahavveya
The Parable of the Honey – Drop
The Reunion with Somasiri
The Self Narration of Agadadatta, the Monk
The Self Narration of Carudatta
The Self-Narration of the Wanderings of Vasudeva
The Stories from Kahuppatti , Dhammillahindi,
The Story of a Cartman Deceived by a Townsman
The Story of a Cowherd with regard to Improper Use of Wealth
The Story of a monkey who was attached to the pleasure of senses
The Story of Bhavadatta and Bhavadeva
The Story of Dhammilla
The Story of Dhanasiri of Strong Character
The Story of Kaberdatta and Kaberdatta
The Story of Kokkasa, the Carpenter
The Story of Lalitanga regarding his Suffering in the Womb
The Story of Mahaesaradatta with regard to Incongruity to Popular Religion
The Story of Merchant who lost his wealth
The Story of Nilajasa, the Matangi Girl
The Story of Pabhavati
The Story of Pasannacanda and Vakkalacirin
The Story of Piyangusundari
The Story of Punda
The Story of the Wealthy Merchant’s son
The Story of Vasudatta woth regard to wantonness
The Story of Vegavati
The Text of Vasudevahindi Examined
The Verses in Vasudevahindi
Translation
Unexplained Unclarities in the VH Text
Vasudevahindi quoted as Authority
Vasudeva’s Childhood
Vasudeva’s Previous Birth
Verses in the Text
Vidyadharas in the Vasudevahindi
Jain, Jyoti Way to Health & Happiness:  Vegetarianism Way to Health & Happiness:  Vegetarianism
Jain, Jyoti Prasad Mahavira the Jina The Magnficient Murti of Lord Mahavira MAHAVIRA THE JINA
Jain, Jyoti Prasad The Jaina Sources of the History of Ancient India Albureni and the astronomers
Classification of the Jaina sources
Commencement in 57 B.C.  and the circumstances leading to it
COmmencement in 66 B.C.
Commencement of M.  E.  in 527 B.C.
Consistency and authenticity of Jaina Traditions
Controversies regarding his dates
Earlier SAka ERA
Earlier SAka ERA – Evidence of its existence
Earlier SAka ERA – THeories
Early Jaina Sangha
Evidence of Jaina Sources
Evidence of Jaina Sources
Genesis of the Jaina Literary Sources
History of EArly Saka in India
Important dates in the life of Mahavira
Internal Evidence
Its importance
Its Use
Life of Mahavira
Meaning of Krta
Nature of the sources of History of India
Sarasvati movement
Significance of the image of Jaina Sarasvati of the year 54 from Mathura
Some dates in this era
Some later misunderstandings
Started by Saka king Castana in Ujjayini in A.D.  78
Synchronisms between M.  E., V.  E.  and S.  E.
The Date of Mahavira’s Nirvana
The Jaina Sources of History
The Kalakacarya episode
The Saka Era
The Saka Era – Its currency and popularity
The Saka Era – Modern theories about its origin
The Vikrama Era
The Vikrama Era
The Vikrama Era – Different names
The Vikrama Era – Evidence of Jaina Sources
The Vikrama Era – Its use and popularity
The Vikrama Era – Modern Theories
The Vikrama Era – Traditions about origin
Jain, Jyoti Prasad Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I Genesis and Spirit of Jaina Art
Jain, Jyoti Prasad Dr. Religion and Culture of The Jains History of Jainism after Mahavira
Literature
Places of Pilgrimage , Art and Architecture
The Doctrine
The Path
The Theory of Knowledge
The Twenty-four Tirthankaras
Worship, Fasts and Festivals
Jain, Jyoti Prasad, Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Glimpses of Jaina Cultural Heritage
Outstanding Contribution of Jainism in Karnataka Culture
Jain, Jyotindra Homage to Sravana Belgola The Rituals of Bath in Jainism
Jain, K.  C. Jainism in Rajasthan Account of the Greek writers of western India
Agarvala Caste
Alankaras
Astronomical works
Bhamasaha, the savior of Mewar
Bilaner and Jaina Statesmen
Brihad Gachchha , Kharatara Gachchha, Tapa Gachchha…Kula Gachchha
Canonical and Philosophical Works
Chandra Gachchha, Nagendra Gachchha,..Gachchhas named after influential persons
Characteristics of the Kushana and Gupta Jaina Images
Charitras and Puranas
Chaturmukha and Samavasarana Style of Architecture
Chitoda and Nagada Castes
Contribution of merchants and bankers
Contributions of Jainism to Rajasthan
Decorations
Decorative Statues
Destruction caused by Muslims
Devotion of Kriparama towards his master
Dharkata Vamsa
Dieties
Different Gachcha Bhandara
Different types of Metal Images
Difficulty of knowing exact Jaina Literature composed in Rajasthan
Diplomacy and Loyalty of Indraraja
Divisions and Subdivisions of Jainism
Dravida Samgha
Epics
Epigraphy
Farsightedness of Mehta Devichanda
Foundation of the Western school by Sringadhara
Gachachas originated from Sirohi, Marwar, Mewar States etc.
Gegraphical works
General Characteristics of Jaina Images
Gotras of Osavalas, Territorial, Occupational, after personal names, Kulas, after actions and Srimalis
Gotras of Srimalis, Poravalas
Grammar
Granthabhandaras of Beawar
Granthabhandaras of Bundi
Granthabhandaras of Dablani
Granthabhandaras of Jain Temple Badadhada, Ajmer
Granthabhandaras of Jodhpur city
Granthabhandaras of Kotah
Granthabhandaras of Maroth
Granthabhandaras of Nainva
Granthabhandaras of Phalodhi
Granthabhandaras of Todarasingh
Granthabhandaras of Tonk
Granthabhandaras of Udaipur
Hambada Caste
Haribhadra
Harishima as an administrator
Harsagara Jnanabhandaras of Lohavata
Hemachandra
Heroic and Philonthropic deeds of Muhanota Jayamala
Hindu Gods and Goddesses
Hiravijayasuri
Historical & political Works
Historical Role of Jainism
Historical writings
Illustrated manuscripts
Images of donors and patrons
In the time of Mahavira
Installation ceremonies of Images
Jaina Architecture
Jaina Architecture through the ages
Jaina Arts
Jaina granthabhandaras of Jaisalmer
Jaina Iconography
Jaina Literature
Jaina Literature valuable from the point of view of Philosophy
Jaina Monks
Jaina Monks and Statesmen
Jaina Painting
Jaina Plastic Art
Jaina Sastrabhandaras
Jaina Statesman
Jaina Statesmen of Jaipur
Jaina Temples of the eight , ninth, and tenth centuries
Jainism during the Gupta period
Jainism during the Kushana period
Jainism during the period of Mahavira
Jainism in Alwar state
Jainism in Jaipur states
Jainism in Jodhpur and Bikaner states
Jainism in Sirohi State
Jainism in the different States of Rajasthan
Jainism in the Kota States
Jainism in the States of Dugarpur, Banswara, and Pratapagarh
Jainism under Chauhanas
Jainism under surasena
Jainism under surasena
Jainism under the Chavadas and Solankis
Jainism under the Mauryas
Jainism under the Pramaras
Jainism under the Rajputs
Jainism under the Rathors of Hathundi
Jainism under the rulers of Jaisalmer
Jainism under the Scythias
Jinachandra
Jinadatasuri
Jinakusalasuri
Jinesvarasuri
Jinevallabhasuri
Kashtha Samgha
Kashtha Samgha in Rajasthan
Kathakosas
Kathas and Kathanakas
Kavyas, Mahakavyas, and other small poems
Khandelavala Caste
Kharatara Gachchha , Tapa Gachchha …  in Sirohi State, Jodhpur state…
Letters and documents
Lexicography
Literary works
Literature
Lonka sect, Sthanakvasi sect, Terapanthi sect, Taranapanthi sect, Gomanapanthi sect, Bisapanthi sect; Castes and Gotras in Rajasthan
Loyalty of Dhanaraja
Loyalty of Mehta Chilaji
Mehta Agarachanda as a diplomat and Statesman
Military and Philanthropic Deeds of Karmachandra
Military and philanthroptic deeds of Dayaladasa
Miniatures in the paper period
Minor Protestants and non-protestant sects
Modern Jaina Architecture
Monuments
Muhanota Nainasi as an administrator
Mula Samgha
Mula Samgha in Rajasthan
Nagaur Granthabhandaras
Narasimhapura and Jaisavala Castes
Narrative Illustrations
No Samgha in early period
Osavalas
Other Bhandaras
Other Medieval Jain Temples
Padmanandi, Sakalakirti, Bhuvanakirti, Juanabhushana and Bhattarakas of Ajmer, Chitor, Nagaur Patta, Ajmer Patta, Chityavasi system in Rajasthan
Painted wooden covers
Paintings on Cloth
Paliavala Caste
Panchatatra Literature
Pattavallis
Prasastis
Rasas
Ratnasimha as a warrior
Rayachanda as a diplomat
Record of the Muslim visitors about Jainism in western India
Record of Yuanchawang
Regional Gotras, Occupational Gotras, Titles Surnames, Bhagervala Caste,
Restoration of the kingdom of Amber by Ramachandra
Restoration of the kingdom to Kalayanasimha by the effort of Nagaraja
Revival of Jaina Architecture from fifteenth century
Rich narrative Literature of the Jainas
Samasera as a general
Samgha, Gana, and Gachchha
Sanghi Jhotarama as a diplomat
Sastrabhandaras of Jhalrapatan
Scientific and Technical Literature
Share of the Jaina monks in founding them
Shastrabhandaras of Basava
Shastrabhandaras of Bayana
Shastrabhandaras of Deeg
Shastrabhandaras of Duni
Shastrabhandaras of Jaina temples, Vair
Shastrabhandaras of Kama
Shelter to Prince Udaisimha by Asasaha
Siddarshi
Sivijilala as administratorand warrior
Some peculiar features of Jaina Architecture
Srimodha Caste
Statues of Acharyas
Stone Images
Sub-branches of Kharatara Gachchhas, Gachchhas of Marwar, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Mewar, and Samghas & Ganas in Digambaras
Suppression of Refractories by Amarchanda Surana
Svetambara and Digambara
Temples as the seats of learning
The golden age in Jaina Architecture
The Illustrated palm-leaf manuscript
The Patronage of kings and ministers
Tirthamalas
Tirthastavanas
Udaipur and Jaina Statesmen
Udayana
Under Pratiharas
Underground Temples
Vadisridevasuri
Vamsavalis
Vastupala
Vastupala, Jodhpur
Vastupala, Jodhpur
Vijayarama Chhabara as a diplomat
Vijnaptipatras
Vijnaptipatras
Vimala
Warlike deeds of Vimaladasa
Why Sastrabhandaras in Rajasthan have survived
Works on Mathematics
Works on Medicine
Worship of Yantras
Writings of foreigners
Jain, K.  C. Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Contributions of Jainism to Indian Culture in Ethics and Social Spheres
Jain, Kailashchand Life and Teachings of Lord Mahvira Life and Teachings of Lord Mahavira
Jain, Kamla Dr. The Concept of Pancasila in Indian Thought Accessories , the psychological analysis:  four Brahmaviharas
Aim of Morality – happiness
Application of non-violence
Avoidance of Intoxicants – Brahmanical
Avoidance of Intoxicants – Historical development
Avoidance of Intoxicants – Importance
Avoidance of Intoxicants – Inclusion in precepts
Avoidance of Intoxicants – Rgveda, Brahmanas, Upanisads, Smritis, Mahabharata, Sramanical
Avoidance of Intoxicants – The fifth precept in Buddhism
Avoidance of Intoxicants – The importance transgression and punishment
Avoidance of Intoxicants and Non-possession
Basis of Morality
Brahmanical Non-stealing
Buddhism :  Importance
BUddhuism
Celibacy – Bhuddhism :  Etymological and conventional usage
Celibacy – exceptions
Celibacy – Importance, Accessories
Celibacy – Transgressions and punishments
Celibacy :  different terms
Celibacy and chastity
Celibacy and chastity – Brahmanical
Celibacy and chastity – Etymological and conventional usage
Celibacy and chastity – Historical development
Celibacy and chastity – Relation with non-violence
Celibacy and chastity – Rgveda, Atharvaveda, Brahmanas, Upanisads, Smrtis Patanjali, Sramanical
Chastity – Brahmanical
Chastity – Buddhism
Chastity – Five aticaras
Chastity – Historical development
Chastity – Institution of marriage
Chastity – Rgveda, Brahmanas, Upanisads, Smrtis, Sramanical Jainism
Chastity – The Anuvratas
Chastity – The Institution of marriage
Chastity – The precept of laity
Classifications and forms of violence
Etymological and conventional meaning of Brahmacarya
Etymological and conventional meaning of Brahmacarya
Exceptions
Exceptions
Explicit code of conduct
Five aticaras
Five bhavanas
Five Bhavnas
General Nature of the vow
Historical development of Non-stealing
Historical Devolopment of Non-violence
Individual Happiness
Its aspects – positive and negative
Jainism
Jainism :  Importance, the result of intoxication
Kinds of Stealing
Meaning and Importance
Meaning and Importance of Non-stealing
Meaning and Importance of non-violence
Meaning of Sila
Modern experiments of truth
Mundane Happiness
Nature of the aim of Morality – conception of Nirvana in various systems
Non-possession – Bhuddism
Non-possession – Brahmanical
Non-possession – Dana
Non-possession – Dana and aparigraha
Non-possession – Exceptions
Non-possession – Five aticaras
Non-possession – Five bhavanas
Non-possession – Historical development
Non-possession – Importance and meaning, two levels, the higher , the Mahavratas
Non-possession – Rgveda, Brahmanas, Upanisads, Smrtis, Mahabharata, Sramanical
Non-possession – The lower level, anuvratas
Non-possession – The tenth precept of monk
Non-possession – Transgressions and punishments
Non-possession:  Meaning
Non-stealing
Non-stealing in Jainism, connection with non-violencw
Non-stealing in Rgveda, Brahmanas , Upanishads, Smrtis, Mahabharta, Yogasutras of Patanjali, Sramanical
Non-Violence
Non-violence – positive and negative
Non-violence in Jainism
Non-violence of Rgveda, Atharvaveda, Brahamanas, Upanisads, Smrtis, Mahabharata, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Sramanical
Non-voiolence in Buddhism
Precept of the Monk, types of stealing
Relation with non-violence of Non-stealing
Sila and its Allied Problems
Social Happiness
Spiritual Happiness
Stages of violence
The five aticaras ( transgressions )
The five bhavanas – accessories
The lower level – Ahimsanuvrata
The Lower level- Asteyanuvrata
The Mahavratas
The Precept of the laity
The precept of the laity
The precept of the monk
The vow of aparigrah and the society
Three ways :  action , knowledge and devotion
Transgression and punishment
Transgressions , atonement and punishments
Transgressions , punishments and atonements
Transgressions and punishments in non-stealing
Truth –
Truth – Bhuddism
Truth – Brahmanical
Truth – Classifications
Truth – Exceptions
Truth – Five aticaras
Truth – Five Bhavanas
Truth – Historical development
Truth – Importance
Truth – Importance and meaning
Truth – Jainism :  Importance
Truth – Rgveda, Brahmanas, Upanisads, Mahabharata, Smritis, Yoga sutras of Patanjali, Sramanical
Truth – The lower level, anuvrata
Truth – Transgression , atonement and punishment
Truth – Two implications:  Metaphysical and ethical
Truth – Two levels :  The higher, mahavratas
Two Aspects :  Positive and Negative.  Two levels , the higher – the mahavrata
Two levels :  the higher – the mahavratas
Types of Happiness
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Jain, L.  C. Astronomy & Cosmology Abbreviations
Another Value of Rajju
Appendix-A
Appendix-B
Astromnomical Concepts
Astronomical Theory
Bibligraphy of Source Material
Bibliography of Books
Bibliography of Some Research Material
Calendrical Yuga System
Celestial diagram
Certain Contributors
Chinese Li
Comparability
Concept of Kalpa
Concepts of Palya and Sagara
Constructive Theories
Cosmic Periods and Cycles
Cosmological Concepts
Date of Adoption of Calendar
Eclipse Theory
Evaluation of Rajju
Evolutiion of epicycles
Evolution of Yojana
Foreword
Frame of Descartes
Graduation of Celestial Sphere
Height as Latitude
Index of the Diagram
Introduction
Jaina Cosmos
Jaina Tradition
Kinematics of Astral Bodies
Literature in Digambara School
Literature in Svetambara School
Mathematical Astronomy
Motion of Astral Bodies
Naksatra System Abroad
Note
Pancanga
Paravartana Periods
Precession of Equinoxes
Principle Theories
Rationalization
Rationalization of Yojana
Relative Motion of Nakstras
Relative Motion of the Moon
Relative Motion of the Sun
Science Awakening
Shadow Planets
Source Material
Symmetric Setting
Tchnical Terms
Types of Angulas
Vedanga Jyotisa
Vedic Literature
Volume of Universe
What is Jaina Theory?
Yuga Bhagana
Jain, L.  C. Homage to Sravana Belgola The Legend of Bahubali, quintessence of quest and conquest
Jain, Laksmi Chandra Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture The Spell of the Mantra””
Jain, M.  L. Samantabhadra Samantabhadra
Jain, Raja Ram Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Sauraseni Jaina Scriptures
Jain, Rajendra Kumar Essential of Jainism Meditation in Jain Scriptures , English Adaptation of Dhyan by Nemichandra
Jain, Ratan Kumar Essential of Jainism A Panoramic View of Jainism
Jain, S.  C. Structure and functions of soul in Jainism (i) Kant on partial comprehensions
(ii) Hegel on partial comprehensions
(iii) Sankara on partial comprehensions
(iv) Madhyamika on partial comprehensions
(Rajamalla’s view)
A criticism of Hume and the Yogacara
Absolute dynamism of reality considered
Absolute in Advaita Vedanta
Absolute karma determinism, indetrminism and freedom
Advaita Vedanta on the plurality of ouls
An objection answered
Arguments against omniscience and their refutaion
Avadhi and manhparyaya
Basic Conceptions of Jaina Philosophy
Basic implications of the theory of liberation
Beginningless association of the soul and the karmas
Bibliography
Bliss as an attribute in the strcture of the soul
Bliss as an Attribute of the Soul:
Bliss as an unobstructed manifestation of the faculty of feeling
Bliss as non-distinct form knowledge (views of Aalaka, Amrtacandra, Jayasena and Srutasagra Suri)
Bondage of the soul by the karmas
Both destructive and non-distructive types of karmas as responsible for the generation of pleasure and pain
Bradleian absolute
Bradley on partial truths.
Brahmadeva’s soulution of the controversy
Classification of the karma-forces
Classification of the theories ofthe soul
Conation and knowledge as attributes of the soul
Conception of pradesas in the soul
Concluding remarks
Conclusion
Conclusion
Conclusion
Consciousness and upayoga
continuum theory of reality and the soul
Controversy of successive and simultaneous occurrence of connation and knowledge
Controversy regarding conation and knowledge
Coordination among different types of karmas
Criticism of the above view
Criticism of the above views
dr.  Radhakrishnan’s view about partial comprehensions
Dualistic theories of the soul and the position of Jaina dualism
Dynamism in liberation
Eternality of the liberated state
Extension and the mental structure of the purposivist school of psychology
Extension in case of attributes
Extension of the liberated souls
Feeling as distinguished form cognition
Forms of the soul’s existence
Hegel and the jaina on Negation
Hegel, Bradley and Ramanuja on the plurality of souls and thier crticism
Hegelian absolute
Hegelian and the Jaina dialectic
Hume’s view of the self
Idealism and the plurality of souls
Idealistic theories of the soul
Identity of consciousness
Import of contexts or reference-systems in te Jaina dialectic
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Jaina criticism of materialism
Jaina dynamism of substance.
Jaina Eschatology :  II
Jaina Eschatology I
Jaina Eschatology III
Jaina Eschatology IV
Jaina theory of reality as illstrated by a prepositional and a mathematical function
Karmas as the basis of Jaina psyhology
Kevelajnana or the perfect knowledge
Kundadunda’s treatment of the pure soul
Kundakunda’s theory of samayasara or the essence of the soul
Main spirit of the Jaina dialectic
manifestation of the soul’s powers in liberatioin
Materialism and the soul
Materiality of karmas
Mati and sruta types of knowledge
Meaning of Anekanta
Meaning of conation
Meaning of extension
Meaning of knowledge
Merit of the Jaina dialectic
Negation as an attribute
Negation as dharma or trait
Negativity of the soul and liberation
Negativity of the soul as the root cause of the distor tion of its powers
Neutralism as a theory of the soul
Nyaya, Samkhya and Vedanta on the soul’s extension and their criticism
Pleasure and pain as manifestations of the faculty of feeling
Plurality of Souls:
Pramana type of knowledge and its essential nature
Pratyaksa or the direct type of knowledge
Psychological view of the self
Purposive psychology and the Yogacara
Ramanuja, Hegel and Bradley on the soul
Reality as a featureless entity
Reality as pure being
Relation between the naya and the pramana types of knowledge
Sankara’s view of the soul, Berkley’s view of the soul
Self consciousness
Sensum theory of knowledge and its criticism
Some illustrations of the partial comprehensions:
Some objections against the Jaina view of the soul’s extension
Statement of the problem
Statement of the problem
Statement of the problem
Structure of the Soul and Extension:
Substance, attributes, modes and traits.
The Advaita conception
The Anekanta Theory of Existence
The audayika manifestations
The aupasamikaand the ksayika manifestaions
The buddhistic conception of moksa
The Buddhistic conception of moksa
The conception of karma in differnet systems of thought
The coverof karmas and their ghati (destructive) and aghati (non-destructive) types
The distortion of the faculty of feeling by karmas
The Doctrine of Syadvada or the Jaina Dialectic:
The environmental class of karmas
The five types of conscious manifestations
The Jaina conception of moksa
The Jaina dialectic and the so-called absolute view.
The Jaina on moral accountability
The Jaina on the possiblility of liberation
The Jaina on the problem of the mind-body relation
The Jaina Theory of Liberation and the Nonabsolute:
The Jaina view
The Jaina view of determinism and indeterminism
The ksayopasamika manifestaqions
The life history of krmas or he states of karmas
The Naiyayika and the Samkhya on the plurality of the souls
The Nyaya and the Mimamsa conceptions of moksa
The Nyayavaisesika and the Mimamsa conceptions
The paranamika manifestations
The physiological class of karmas
The problem of karma-determinism
The problem of objectles consciousness
The problem of the plurality of souls n the liverated state
The problem of the relation between the soul and the non-soul
The psychical class of karmas and the self in the Jaina psychology
The relation between the soul and the karmas
The Samkhya conception
The Samkhyan and the Advaitist conceptiions ofmoksa
The Samkhyan and the Advaitist conceptions of moksa
The Soul and Consciousness:
The soul:
the sunya or the bhutatathata of theBuddhistic philosophy
The views of Descartes, Berkeley, Kant and Leibriz about the plurality of souls
Three termed theory of perception
Validity of partial comprehensions.
Validity of the niscaya naya
Vedaniya and mohaniya types of karmas together generate pleasure and pain
Viyananda’s criticism of materialism
Yogacara on the soul
Jain, Sagarmal Studies in Jainism Jain Darshan men Asitikaya kee Avdharana
Jain, Sagarmal Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture The Relevence of Jainism in the Present World
Jain, Sagarmal Dr. Rishibhashit :  A Study Aardrak
Ambad Parivrajak
Angiras Bhardwaj
Ariyayan
Asat Deval
Bahuk
Conclusion to Rishibhashit
Dev Narad
Dvaipayan (Devayan)
GArdabahal (Dagbhal)
GAthapatiputra Tarun
Harigiri
Historic Background of Rishis of Rishibhashit
Indranag (Indanag)
Jannavakka (Yajnavalkya)
Ketaliputta
Kummaputta
Maatang
Madhurayan
Mahakashyap
Mahashalputra Arun
Mankhaliputta
Metejja Bhyali
Narayan (Tarayan)
Parshwa
Ping
Pushpshalputra
Questions of Authenticity of Concepts preached in Rishibhashit
Ramaputta
Rishibhashit and Principles of Jainism
Rishibhashit and Rishimandal
Rishigiri
Sanjay
Sariputra (Satiputra)
Shauryayana
Soma
Srigiri
Style and Period of Rishibhashit
Tetaliputra
The Language of Rishibhashit
The Period and tradition of sages of Rishibhashit
The Place of Rishibhashit in Jain Literature
The Separation of Rishibhashit from Prashnavyakaran
The Writing of Rishibhashit
Uddalak
Utkat (Bhautikwadi)
Vaishraman
Vajjiputta (Vatsiputra)
Valkalchiri
Varattaka
Vardhaman
Varishena Krishna
Varun
Vayu
Vidur
Why the Rishis of Rishibhashit were called Pratyek Buddha
Yama
Jain, Sagarml Studies in Jainism Syadvad:  Ek Chitan
Jain, Satish Kumar Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Ahimsa and Vegetarianism
Jaini, J.  L. Atma Siddhi of Shrimad Rajchandra Characteristics of a fit pupil
Characteristics of an unfit pupil
Conclusion
Duties of a True Pupil
English Translation
Gujarati Original Text
Introduction to book Atma Siddhi
Life of Rajchandra
Philosophy of Six Padas or Spiritual Steps of Shrimad Rajchandra
Pupil’s Joy
Sanskrit Translation
The 6 propositions :  Contra and Pro
True Teacher
Jaini, P, S. Laghutattvasphota of Amrtacandrasuri `Anushtupchand’
`Harinichand’
`Mandakranta’
`Matmyuramchand’
`Prahrshichand’
`Pushpitaya chand’
`Shardoolvikritchand’
`Totakchand’
`Vasanttilakavritam’
`Vashansthvritam’
`Viyoginichand’
‘Manjubhasani’
‘Upjativritam’
‘Vanshasthvritam’
Jaini, Padmanabh Prof. Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Jaina Concept of the Sacred
Jaini, Padmanabh S. Mahavira and His Teachings Bhavyatva and Abhavyatva , A Jain Doctrine of Predestination
Jamindar, Rasesh Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Reflection on the Jaina Caves in Gujarat
Jamindar, Rasesh, Jamindar Sambodhi History and Culture of the First Four Centuries after Christ
Jha, Hit Narayan Dr. The Licchavis, ( of Vaisali) Administration
Administration
Economic Life
Origin of the Licchavis and Vaisalis
Social , Religious and Economic Life of the Nepalese under the Lacchavis
Social and Religious Life
The Earliest Eras of Nepal
The Lacchavi – Magadhan Struggle
The Lacchavi Rulers of Nepal
Jhaveri, B.  J. Mahavira and His Teachings Consideration of Self in Jaina Philosophy
Jhaveri, S.  S.  Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Ahimsa – Best Solution for all Problems
Jindal, K.  B. An Epitome of Jainism Cosmology-Old & New
Dravya Samgraha
Gommatsara, Jiva Kand
Gommatsara, Karma Kand, Part II
Niyamsara
Panchastikaya Sara
Parikshamukham
Purusartha Siddhyupaya
Samaysara
Tattvartha Sutra
Joshi, L.  M. Facets of Jaina Religiousness in Comparative Light Anityanupreksa
Joshi, L.  M. Facets of Jaina Religiousness in Comparative Light Asarananupeksa
Joshi, L.  M. Facets of Jaina Religiousness in Comparative Light Asravanupreksa
Asuctvanupreksa
Bodhidurlabhanupreksa
Comparative Notes
Dharmasvakhayatatvanupreksa
Ekatvanupreksa
Introduction :  Jaina Faith
Jaina Conception of the Holy Pentad
Lokanupreksa
Nirjaranupriksa
Preliminary Remarks
Prthakatvanupreksa
Samsaranupreksa
Samvaranupreksa
Some Related Terms and Concepts
The Acaryas
The Arhats
The Formula of Five-fold Obeisance
The Meaning of Anupreksa
The Purpose of Anupreksas
The Sadhus
The Series of Twelve Themes
The Siddhas
The Upadhyayas
Themes of Soteriological Reflection in Jainism – I
Themes of Soteriological Reflection in Jainism – II
Joshi, M.  C. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol II North India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Joshi, N.  P. Mahavira and His Teachings Jaina Metal Images in the State Museum, Lucknow
Joshi, N.  P.  Dr. Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I Mathura – Monuments and Sculpture 300 A.D.  to 600 A.D.
Kalghatgi, T.  G. Homage to Sravana Belgola The Three Jewels of Jain Philosophy
Kalghatgi, T.  G. Sambodhi Karma – Its Operation and an Appraisal
Kalghatgi, T.  G. Some Problems in Jaina Psychology Bibliography
Conclusion
Index
Introduction
Mind in Jainism
Other Sources of empirical Knowledge
Preface
Supernormal Perception
The Jain Theory of the Soul
The Jaina Theory of Sense Perception
The Jaina Theory of Upayoga
The Journey of the Soul
The Sense Organs and the Senses
Kalghatgi, T.  G. Studies in Jainism Jaina Ethics
Kalghati, T.  G.  Dr. Jaina View of Life A note on Ahimsa
A note on Samlekhana
A note on the theory of Lesya
A priori way leading to Absolutism far removed from the common sense
Ahimsa as Mahavrata and Anuvrata
Analysis of fourteen Gunsthanas
Analysis of the Nayas
Anuvratas, gunavratas and siksavratas
Approach to Reality
Avasykas
Bahiratman Antaratman and Paramatman
Cetna
Compared with distinction between `Me’ and `I’ of William James
Concept of man in philosophy
Concept of Mind
Conception of soul in philosophy
Consciousness
Considered from noumenal and phenomenal point of view
Considered from the noumenal and the phenomenal point of view
Criticism of theory
Critique of Knowledge
Development of theory of Anekanta
Dhayana
Divinity of Man
Dravya manas and Bhava manas
Eleven Pratimas
Empiricist way
Epilogue
Ethical codes analysed
Freedom of soul from Samsara
Gunasthana as stages in the spiritual progress
Historical perspective
Historical Survey
Historical Survey
Human values
Human values
In this our Life
Instrumental Nature of Mind
Interpretation of Ahimsa
Introduction to Approach to Reality
Jaina Arguments against the existence of Creator God
Jaina Concept of Jiva
Jaina conception of Moksa
Jaina Ethics
Jaina Mysticism
Jaina theory of Karma
Jaina theory of Soul
Jaina theory of soul
Jaina theory of the Soul
Jaina Yoga compared with Patanjali Yoga
Karma to explain provident inequalities in Life
Leading Philosophy to the brink of Extinction
Logical Positivism
Mahavratas, Samitis, five types of sense control,
Man in Physical and social environment
Manah paryaya and Kevala as supersense experience
Manah paryaya and Kevala as supersense experience
Meaning of Anekanta
Meaning of Karma
Meaning of Philosophy
Men or Gods
Mind as a quasisense organ
Moksa is an ideal
Nature of Divinity in Jaina philosophy
Nature of Knowledge
Nature of Man
Nature of sense perception
Nayavada
Need for physical and mental discipline
Need for the present day
No place for Divine Grace
Operation of karma
Origin and development of Karma theory
Philosophy in India
Potter’s View and Jung’s Interpretation analysed
Problem of the soul and Karma Analysed
Psychological Analysis of Dhyana
Right Understanding – some hurdles
Samayaktcaritra as Munidharma and Sravakdharma
Samayaktva
Samlekhana as a form of Suicide refuted
Sayadvada analysed
Sayadvada as a logical expression of Nayavada
Seat of the soul classification of Samsari Jivas
Self consciousness
Sense and Supersense Experience
Some criticism of the theory discussed
Some Observations
Some observations on the basis of modern researches in Parapsychology
Soul’s entanglement in the wheel of Karma
Sravakadharma
Stages of Sense perception
Stages of Yoga
State of the Liberated soul
Supersense experience and experience
Synoptic Philosophy
The Doctrine of Karma in Jaina Philosophy
The End as Moksa
The final stage
The Jains attitude as empiricist and realistic
The Pathway to Perfection
The phases of mind
The spirit of Anekanta pervading the Jaina Ethics
The spirit of Anekanta pervading the problems of Life and experience
The way out to be found in the synoptic philosophy as expressed in the Anekanta View of the Jainas
Types of Dhyana
Types of Karma
Upayoga as characteristic of soul
Yoga and Siva yoga compared
Kanak Nandiji, Maharaj Nakedness of Digamber jain Sanints and Kesh Lonch Aprigrhavad and Digamber ain saints
Cause of Living Naked by Jain Saints
List of Books written by Ailachara 108 sri kanak Nadi Ji Maaraj
Special and Extra-Virtues of Nirgranth jain Muni
Why Jain Saints Perform kesh Lonch
Kanchansagarsuri Shri Shatrunjay Giriraj Darsan in Sculptures and Architecture `Chattha’ – Attham’
`Samavasarans’ on Shatrunjay
134 Photographs of Shri Shatrunjay and its Art and Architecture
134 Photographs of Shri Shatrunjay and its Art and Architecture – Explanatory Notes
A Tradition of Patta Juharwa
Art of Architecture
Bala Vasahi Toonk
Chaturmas
Chaumukhji Toonk (Savasomji Toonk)
Chhipavasahi Toonk (Bhavsar Toonk)
Eighth Renovation by Vyantarendra
Eleventh Renovation by Ramachandra
Fifteenth Renovation by Samarasha
Fifth Renovation by Brahmendra
First Renovation by King Bharat
Fourteenth Renovation by Bahad Mantri
Fourth Renovation by Mahendra
Ghety`s Baari
Giriraj vs Mahavideya Kshetra
Hema Vasahi Toonk
Important Dates
Information about the Persons who Erected the Various Toonks and its Year of Installation on Shri Shatrunjay
Inscriptions of Idols, Temples, etc.  on Shatrunjay (in Devanagari Characters)
Jain Rituals on Shatrunjay
Jain Temples and Idols in Various Toonks on Shri Shatrunjay
Jain Temples and Idols in Various Toonks on Shri Shatrunjay
Literature on Shatrunjay
Mahavir `Vani’ on Shatrunjay
Modi (Prema Vasahi) Toonk
Motisha Sheth Toonk
Nandishwar (Ujamfoi) Toonk
Ninety-nine `Yatras of Giriraj (Navvanoo)
Ninth Renovation by King Chandrayasha
Payagas (Hill Tracks) of Shatrunjay
Phase 1 – Yatra (Pilgrimage)
Phase 2 – Yatra (Pilgrimage)
Phase 3 – Yatra (Pilgrimage)
Phase 4 – Yatra (Pilgrimage)
Renovations of Shri Shatrunjay
Sakar Vasahi Toonk
Second Renovation by King Dandavirya
Seven Yatras with `Chattha’
Seventh Renovation by Sagar Chakaravarti
Seveteenth Renovation
Sheth Narasinh Keshavji `Toonk’
Shri Shatrunjay Giriraj Mahatmya (Grandeur)
Shri Shatrunjay Giriraj Mahatmya (Grandeur)
Sixteenth Renovation by Karamasha
Sixth Renovation by Charamendra
Some Facts – Old and New
Story of a Lion
Story of a Peacock
Story of a Swan
Story of Kanduraj
Story of King Mahipal
Story of Shri Chandraraj
Story of Shukaraj
Story of Shushrma Brahmin
Suryavart – Significance of Suryakund
Tenth Renovation by King Chakradhar
Third Renovation by Ishan Indra
Thirteenth Renovation by Javadshah
Three `Pradaxinas’
Twelfth Renovation by Pandavas
Twenty-one `Khamasanas’
Yatra (Pilgrimage)
Kansara, N.  M. Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Jaina Temple as envisaged by Dhanapala in the Tilakamanjari
Kansara, N.  M. Sambodhi Art Notes on Design, drawing, Painting and Picture galleries in the Tilakamanjari
Kasliwal, K.  C.  Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Contribution of the Jaina Poets to Rajasthani Literature (9th to 16th Centuries)
Kasliwal, R.  M.  Dr Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Cocept of Soul in Jaina Philosophy and its Scientific Interpretation
Kasturbhai, Shrenik Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture Ahimsa
Khan, Mohd Abdul Waheed Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Museums in Andhra Pradesh – Art Objects in Museums
Khandalavala, Karl Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Miniature Paintings
Kirtichandera, Acharaya Sri Jainism in a Nutshell Atma (Soul)
is God a Creator of the Universe?
Jain Dharma (Religion)
Jain Layman
Jain Monks
Jain Religion as no beginning
Karma (Law of Casation)
knowledge and Conduct
Modern Science
Nocturnal Meals
Penaces
Six substances
Some views of the great men
Syadvada
The most miraculous benedictoy hymm
Worship of God
Kothari, D.  S. Some Thoughts on Science & Religion (i) Arnol J.  Toynbee’s Foreword to Shri Ramakrishna and His Unique message by Swami Ghanananda
(i) Science deals iwth Is”  Religion with “Ought””
(ii) Reality and Physics:  Some Aspects
(ii) Two realities
(iii) Two realities not Reducible one to the other
(iv) Ahimsa, and Samana Suttam
(ix) Matter Primary or Mind Primary?
(v) India’s Unique Heritage
(vi) Man is a part of Nature
(vii) Brain and Mind
(viii) Principal of complementarity in Physics
(x) Mind and Quantum Physics
(xi) Unity of all Life, and Moral Truth
(xii) Ahimsa and Science
About Professor D.  S.  Kothari
Address by Mahamahim Shri b.D.  Jatti, Vice-President of India
Appendices
Foreward by Dr.  R.C.  Mehrotra Science and Religion
Preface
Thanks by Shri Prem Chandra Jain
The Positive Content in the Cocept of Non-Violence
Kothiya, Darbarilal Studies in Jainism Jain Nyaya:  Parishilan
Syadvadmimasa
Kramrisch, Stella Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Jaina Paintings of western India
Kremser, Leona Smith Mahavira and His Teachings In Jainism, O Rejoice (Poem)
Krishna, Anand Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Illustrated Leaves from a Pancatatra Manuscript of the fifteenth century
Krishna, Anand Mahavira and His Teachings FArther Eye in the East Indian and Nepalese Paintings
Krishnan, K.  C. Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Jaina Monuments of Tamil Nadu
Kulkarni, V.  M. Mahavira and His Teachings Niyativada (Predestination, Fatalism, Determinism):  A Study
Kulkarni, V.  M. Sambodhi Nandisuttam and Anuogaddaraim
Rasa and its Pleasurable Nature
Seminar on Jainism – A Report
Kulkarni, V.  M. The Story of Rama in Jain Literature A Comparision of the Uttara Purna and the Paumacariya
A Comparison of Harisena’s Version with those of Vimala and Gunabhadra
A Comparison of Sanghadasa’s Ramayan and Valmiki’s Ramayana and Vimala’s Paumacariya
A Comparison of the titles of the Epics
A Comparison with the Hindu Epics and Puanas
A Critical Study of the two Kathanakas about Rama
Additions
Additions
An Estimate of Puspadanta as a Poet
An outline of the Rama-story as told by Dhanesvara
Appreciation of Hemacandra as a poet and story-teller
Bhadresvara and Vimala
Bhadresvara’s Contribution to the development of the Story of Rama
Bhadresvara’s narrative-its differences with Paumacariya
Brhatkathakosa of Harisena (931-32 A.D.)
Cantowise Summary of 118 Cantos
Cantowise Summary of Padmapurana dispensed with
Cauppanna-mahapurisa-cariya of Silacarya Silacarya’s Influence on Hemacandra?
Characterisation
Characterisation in Pauma-cariya
Condideration fo some of the changes not covered by gerneral discussion
Creating of Jain atmosphere in its place
Critical appreciation
Critical Remarks
Elevation
Extent, Form, etc., of the two Epics
General Remarks
General Remarks
Glimpses of Social and Cultural Life as reflected in Paumacariya
Gunabhadra’s Contribution to the story of Rama
Gunabhadra’s influence over later writers
Gunabhadra’s Ramayana:  A Critical Study
Gunavhadra’s Works
Hemacandra’s Contribution to the development of the Rama Story
Hemacandra’s Ramayana:  A Critical study
His Life and Date
His own contribution
His style and Poetic Ability
His Works
Introductory Remarks
Introductory Remarks
Introductory Remarks
Its Relation with the Works of Vimala and Ravisena
Jain influence on the later Hindu Ramayanas
Jinasena’s Works
Kahavali of Bhadresvara (11th century A.D.)
Laghu-tri-sasti of Meghavijaya (17th century A.D.)
Literary Appreciation
Literary Estimate
Mahapurana of Puspadanta (965 A.D.)
Metres in Puma-cariya
Modifications
Name, Extent, Form, Language, Metre and Style of the two Versions
Nature and Contents of the Work
Omissions
Omissions
Outline of the Rama Story Common to All the Jain Forms
Outline of the Rama story Common to all the Jain forms
Padma-Purana of Acarya Ravisena
Padmapurna of Ravisena (678 A.S.) Ravisena’s Contribution tothe story of Rama
Paumacariu of Svayamvhudeva (middle of the 8th century A.D.  ?)
Paumacariya :  A study:
Paumacariya of Vimalasuri
Personal Account and Date of Jinasena and Gunabhadra
Personal History and Date of Dhanesvara
Personal History and Date of Puspadanta
Personal History and Date of the Author
Propagation of the special doctrines of Jainism
Puma-cariya-a a model for later (Jain) poets
Punyacandrodayapurna of Krsnadassa (1528 A.D.)
Purging the Story of Rama of its Brhamanical atmosphere
Purpose of the Kathanakas
Puspadanta’s Contribution to the development of Rama Story
Puspadanta’s Rmayana:  A Critical Study
Rama Caritra of Devavijayaganin (1586 A.D.)
Rama-Laksmana-Caritam :  Summary A Comparison of the three Versions of Silacarya, of Valmiki and Vimila
Ravana depicted as noble and grand
Ravisena’s Personal History
Realistic Interpretation
Religion and Mythology
Removing of exaggerated and incredible elements
Ridding the Story of divine elements
‘Sandhi’-Wise Summary of the Contents
Sanghadasa’s Version of the story of Rama
Saturnjaya-Mahatmya of Dhanesvarasuri (14th century A.D.)
Sen’s View about an independent Southern legend of Ravana
Sen’s view ragarding the Southern independent Ravana legend examined
Silacarya’s Influence on Hemacandra?
Sita Ravana Kathanaka of Acarya Hemacandra (as found in his Commentary to his own Yogasastra?
Sita-Ravana-Kathanaka as a narrative poem
Summary (Canto-wise) of the 7th Parvan treating of the Rama Story
Summary of the Contents of Gunabhadra’s Rmamayan
Summary of the two Ramayana Kathanakas Rmayana-Kathanakam
The Character of Jain Mythology
The Date of Vimalasuri
The Definition of Mahapurana
The Development of the story of Rama in Jain Literature
The Different Jain Forms of the Story of Rama:  Their Interrelation
The Digambara Version of Gunavhadra
The Distinguishing Features of Jain Mythology
The elevated notion about the Vanaras and the Raksasas in the Jain Ramayana
The Extent of Jain Mythology
The Extent of pauma-cariya
The Form of Paumacariya
The Inter-relation of the two Versions
The Jain Ramayanas in comparsion with the Valmiki’s Ramayana
The Language of Pauma-cariya
The narrative method
The Origin and Development of Jain Mythology
The Origin of the Rama Story in Jain Literature
The Origion of the Story of Rama in Jain Literature
The Problem
The Rama Story in Jain Mythology
The Ramayan Version of Dhanesvara Suri (as found in his Saturnjaya Mahatmya)
The Ramayana (Version) of Bhadresvara (as found in his Kahavali)
The Ramayana Version of Acarya Harisena (as Found in his Brhatathakosa)
The Ramayana Version of Acarya Hemacandra (as found in his Tri-sasti Salaka-Purusa-carita)
The Ramayana Version of Puspadanta 9as found in his Mahapurana)
The Ramayana Version of Sanghadasa (as found in his Vasudevahindi)
The Ramayana Version of Silacarya (as Found in his CAuppanna- Mahapurisa Cariya)
The Relation of Gunabhadra’s Version with the Dasaratha Jataka and the Adbhuta Ramayana
The relation of Gunabhadra’s version with the Dasaratha Jataka and the Adbhuta-Ramayana
The Relation of Silacarya’s Version to the Vessions of Valmiki and Vimila
The result of the Comparison of these three versions
The Sixty-three great Figures of Jain Mythology
The Subject-matter of Jain Mythology
The Tale [of the Innocene] of Sita
The Title Pauma Cariya
The Tradition regarding the Origin of the Pauma-Cariya Scrutiny of this tradition
The Vasudevahindi version not later then 609 A.D.  His (Sanghadasa’s) own contribution
The Version of Rama Story attacked by Vimila Suri
Trisasti Salakapurusa-Carita of Hemacandra (12th century (A.D)
Upades’apada of Haribhadrasuri (700-770 A.D.)
Uttarapurana of Gunabhadra (9th Century A.D.)
V The Rmayana Version of Gunabhadra (as Found in his Mahapurana) Uttar-Purana of Gunabhadra
Valmiki Ramayana and Harisena’s Version
Vimala Suri as Poet
Vimala Suri’s Aims in the Paumacariya
Vimala Suri’s Indebtedness to Valmiki’s Ramayana
Vimala Suri’s Sect
Vimala Suri’s Works
Vimala-Suri’s Aim in writing Pauma-cariya
Vimala-Suri’s Conception of Raksasas and Vanaras
Vimala-suri’s Life
Vimala’s Conception of the Raksasas and the Vanaras
Why Gunabhadra did not follow his Digambara Predecessor-Ravisena?
Yogasastra Version and Trisati-salaka-purusa-carita Version:  A Comparison
Yogasastra-svopajna-vrtti and
Kumar, Mahedra Muni Ayaro (Acaranga Sutra) A Hypocritical Ascetic
Abandonment of Clothes
Abandonment of Clothes
Abandonment of Food by an ailing monk
Abandonment of Medicine by Bhagwan Mahavira
Abandonment of Possessiveness by Ascetic
Acquisitiveness
Acquisitiveness and its Evils
Admonition to Ascetics
Advanced Asceticism (Dhuta)
Ahimsa
Air-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
Attachment
Avoiding Heretics
Avoiding the Forbidden
Behavior of Recluse
Bhagwan Mahavira Seats and Retreats
Bhagwan Mahavira’s Endurance of Hardship
Bhakta-pratyakhyana
Bondage and Riddance of Karma Particles
Cause of Influx of Karma Particles
Comparison of Plant Life with Human Life
Comprehension and Renunciation of Weapons
Conduct of the Unattached One
Conscious Preparation for Death
Consequences of Influx of Karma Particles
Contenplation of Solitariness
Dedication to the Aim
Definition of Monk
Dejection amongst Sadhakas lacking in Spiritual Insight
Dietary Routine
Discourse on Knowledge
Dispelling Ennui
Earth-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
Emancipation
Equality
Equality of Beings with the Self
Eschewing Taste
Evils of Sensuality and Self Indulgent Persons
Existence of Soul
Existence of the Beings of Fire-body
Existence of the beings of Water-body
Faith
Fast unto Death called Imgini (Itvarika)
Fasting unto Death
Fasting unto Death called Prayopagmana
Fire-beings :  Their Life and Experience
Forswearing of Passions
Forswearing of Violence
Forswearing of Violence to Air-beings
Forswearing of Violence to Ascetics
Forswearing of Violence to Fire-beings
Forswearing of Violence to Mobile Living Beings
Forswearing of Violence to Monks
Forswearing of Violence to Plants
Forswearing the Use of Fire
Fundamental Motives of Actions
Guidance
Ignorance
Imgini Marana
Improper Conduct
Initiation into Ascetic Life
Injury to Earth-beings
Knowledge of the Supreme Reality
Liberation from Bondage
Lust
Manifold Desires of Man
Manner of Moving (For an Ascetic)
Mobile Living Beings :  Their Animation and Experience of pain
Non-Acquisitiveness and Detachment from sensual Pleasures
Non-attachment to Desire
Non-attachment to Food
Non-Violence
Observance Non-violence in Medical Treatment
On Preaching Sermons
Practice of Asceticism in Solitariness by an immature Ascetic
Practice of Celibacy
Practice of Self-discipline
Practice of Stoppage of Karma
Prayopagamana
Preceptor
Remedy of the Maladies
Remedy of the Maladies
Renunciation of Aquisitiveness
Riddance of Kasaya
Right Ascetic Discipline
Right Austerities
Rules for Service
Rules for Service
Spiritual World
Stoppage of Influx
Subjugation of the World (passions)
The (True) Monk
The Dhuta of Abandonment of Conceit
The Dhuta of Forbearance
The Dhuta of Freedom from Passions
The Dhuta of Humbleness
The Dhuta of Self-discipline
The Dhuta of Sermons
The Dhuta of the abandonment of Clothes
The Dhuta of the abandonment of Karma
The Dhuta of the abandonment of Relatives
The Dhuta of the attenuation of the body
The Essence in the world
The Excellence of Righteousness
The Immaculate Soul-The Supreme Soul
The Knowledge:  Critique of the Doctrine of Ahimsa
The path of Vigilance
The Practice of Truth
The Rambles of Bhagwan Mahavira
The Relinquishment of Clothes
The Relinquishment of Clothes
The Shifting sands of Life
The Soul
The Torpid and the Wide-awake
The True Doctrine:  Non-violence
The Truth
Tormentation of beings by other beings
Unattachment
Unbiased Attitude
Use of Violence
Vegetable-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
Violence to Beings of Vegetable-body
Violence to Mobile Living Beings
Violence to the Beings of Air-body
Viveka
Wakefulness by Contemplation of being unprotected
Water-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
World of Recurrent Transmigration
Kundakunda, Acharya Samayasara A Discussion of Dreams and Hallucinations
Ajiva or Non-Soul
All-pure Knowledge
Asrava or Inflow of Karma
Asti-Nasti-Vada
Bacon and Scientific Methods
Bandha or Bondage of Karma
Brahama
Brhadaranayaka Upanisads
Cartesianism Mathematical Methods
Christian Thought
Deussen on the Upanisads
Evolution of the Cosmos from the Primeval Prakrti
Greek Philosophy
Impurity
Jainism its age and its Tenets
Jiva – Padartha or Category of Soul
Jiva or Soul
Karta and Karma – The Doer and the Deed
Katha UPanisads
Moksa Marga
Moksa or Liberation
Moksa or Liberation
Mundaka UPanisads
Nature and the external World
Nirjara – Shedding of Karma
One and the Many
Punya and Papa – Virtue and Vice
Renaissance
Resposibiliy of the Creator
Rudiments of Upanisadic Thought in the Samhitas and the Brahamanas
Samkhya Method
Samkhya Philosophy
Samvara – Blocking the Inflow
Sankara and Amrtacandra
Sankara and his Point of View
Sankara and Kundakunda
Sankara and the Doctrine of Maya
Sankara and Vedantism
Self in European Thought
Self in Indian Thought
Self in Modern Science
The age of Jainism
The Age of Upanisads
The Chandogya Upanisads
The Concept of Dravya
The Date of Upanisads
The Doctrine of Causation
The English Empiricism
The Fundamental Doctrine of the Upanisads
The General Tendencies of the Upanisadic Period
The German Idealism
The Individual and the Samsara
The Meaning of Upanisads
The Nature of Prakrti
The Origin of the Concrete World
The Originof the Upanisads
The Samkhya System
The Sources of Samkhya
The True Way to Brahama World
The Upanisads and the Westerner Thinkers
Uttar mimamsa or Vedanta
Labdhi Suriswarji, Acharya Your True Companion Your True Companion
Lalwani, K.  C. Bhagavati Sutra Vol-1 Book 1-2 Activities due to movement and passions
Activities that end all activities
Activity
Angular movement
Asurakumaras
Ativities
Body of Infernal beings
Bondage of faith deluding Karmas
Cause and victory and defeat
Celetial beings
Celetial beings
Cells in the hells
Cells of Asurakumaras
Cells of Earth bodies
Change and non-change
Clarification on Life span
Course of Life of the non restrained
Delusion of faith
Dialogue with Arya Roha
Distance at sunrise and sun set
Division of molecules
Duration in Life cycle
Earth bodies
Earth bodies
Endeavour to move up
Energy
Energy
Eternality of Matter
Faith delusion of infernals and monks
Harm to self, to others, to both, to none
Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake
Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake, more on intake
Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake, more on intake
Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake, timing of intake
Intake by Asurakumaras
Intervals before fresh arrivals
Kalasavesiyaputra’s questions to the elderly monks
Karma bondage
Karma bondage of
Karma bondage of infernal beings
Karma divisions
Knowledge
Liberation at the exhaustion of Karma
Liberation of the monk
Life
Life in the Mother’s womb
Life of Asurakumaras
Life of the celetial beings
Life of the earth bodies
Life of the five-organ non-humans
Life of the human beings
Life of the two-organ and other beings
Life span of the fool, the prudent etc.
Limbs of the embryo
Man’s activities
migration of the embryo to infernal and other existences
Minute water bodies
Mon human beings with five organs and human beings
Mon human beings with five organs and human beings
More on infernal beings
More on infernal beings
Movement down
Nagakumaras
Nine questions on karma bondage
Non-renunciation
Non-restrained homeless
Outcome of taking permitted things
Outcome of violating prohibitions
Phyical dimensions
Relation between soul and matter
Self created misery
Sound import, suggestions
Space limit and sundry items
Standard of pain of infernal beings
State of being and not being
State of being and state of not being
State of Pregnancy
The base of space
Three or four organ beings
Tinge , outlook of the infernal beings
Tinge , outlook of the infernal beings
Tinges
Two organ and more organ and more beings
Two organ beings
Weight of the Living beings
wholesome for the monk
Lalwani, K.  C. Bhagavati Sutra Vol-2 Book 3-4-5 A city named Campa
A scene at Balicanca
Ability of the Masters of 14 Purvas
Abodes of Asurakumara
Absolute Knowledge of Omniscient
Acquisition of matter by cloth and soul
Activities of the Asurakumaras
Activities of the infernals
Activities of the two-organ beings and the rest
Airbodies power to transform
Astikayas
Asurakumara disrespect Tamalis dead-body
Asuras beg to be forgiven
Asurendra Camara
Attitude of two Indras towards each other
Beneath the heavens
Beneath the world (hells)
birth of Camarendra
Bondage of Karma
Bondage of life span
Camara story ends
Camara-Canca
Camara’s body-guard Gods
Camara’s body-guard Gods
Camara’s challenge to Sakra
Camarendra craves for support
Camarendra craves for support
Camarendra routed by Sakra
Camarendra’s remorse
Capital cities of Lokapalas
Celetial beings
Characterisation of molecules of matter
Cloth and soul :  with beginning and end
Cloud’s power to transform
Couplet
Couplet
Couplet
Couplet
Couplet
Couplet
Couplet
couplet
Couplet
Couplet:  Lokapalas of Isanendra
Devas power to transform
Deva’s power to with-hold
Dharanendra
Dharmastikaya
Dharmastikaya
Dialogue and Skandaka
Downward movement of Asurakumara
Energy of the Omniscient
Fourteen gates
Gods are non-restrained
Happiness and misery
Harinaigamesi
Height of the Vimanas of Sakrendra and Isanendra
Hells and final vimanas
Hot spring at Rajagrha
Increase and decrease in number of living beings
Indras
Indra’s Assembly
Isanendra
Isanendra worships Mahavira
Isles and seas
Karma and its span
Karma:  great and little
Knowledge of Omniscient
Krsnaraji or dark formation
Language
Life span determined by renunciation
Lokantika Devas
Lokantika Devas
Lokapala Somadeva and others
Meaning of Rajagrha
Monk Kurudattaputta and other heavens
Monk transforming into horse form
Monks
Monk’s power to fly over a mountain
Monk’s power to fly over a mountain
Monk’s power to know and see
More on Isanendra
More on monk’s power transform
More on the movement of Indras
Movement with life span
Objects of senses
On activities
On activities
On archer’s activity
On cause and non-cause
On fire – bodies
On grains, pulses and wine
On happiness and misery again
On hearing of sound
On heretical tenets
On infernal beings
On intake
On intake
On Intake
On knowing by the monks
On Language of the Gods
On light and darkness
On measurable time
On pain from , and exhaustion of, karma
On Patriarchs
On preceptors and teachers
On prohibited acts
On short and long span of life
On soul
On sun rise and sun set; measure of day and night
On the bondage of liars
On the bondage of life span
On the commencement of rainfall
On the indivisibility of molecules
On the monk and the Omniscient:  their respective laghter
On the Omniscient
On the perfection of the monks
On the span of existence of molecules of matter
On the sprouting of corn
On the throbbing of molecules
On the touch between molecules of matter
On those who bind karma
On those who bind karma
On time sense
On tinges
On tinges
On winds
On winter etc
Organs of senses
Power of the deceitful and the deceit-free to transform
Pregnancy
Previous birth of Camarendra
Previous Birth of Ishanendra
Procreation
Progeny
Questions by monk Nirgranthiputra
Rage of Isanendra
Respirations
Sakrendra
Salt sea
Samanika Gods of Asurendra Camara
Samudghata
Samudghata
Sanatkumara
Silent questions by two Gods
Skarendra withdraws his thunderbolt
Sky
Soul
Soul and Instruments
Soul and renunciation
Sphere of time
Sun rise in Dhatakikhanda and Puskaradha
Sun rise in salt sea
Tamali is born in Isanakalpa
Tamali rejects prayer
Tamaskaya or bodies formed by dark matter
Tidal bores in Salt sea
Time by comparison
Time by comparison
Time cycle
Time taken by infatuated restrained
Time taken by matter of sound to retransform
Time taken by molecules of matter to transform
Transformation by one with a right outlook
Transformation by one with a wrong outlook
upnward movement of Asurakumara
Vairocanendra Bali
Why Asurakumaras go to Saudharmakalpa
With senior monks from the order of Parsva
With the Sravaka from Tungika
Worlds
Lalwani, K.  C. Bhagavati Sutra Vol-3 Book 7-8 A dialogue between senior monks and heretics
Account of Kalodai
Account of Mahasilakantaka battle
Account of Rathamusala battle
Activities – iriyapathiki and sampataiki
Activities again
Activities of a zealous monk
Activities without renunciation
Body type bondage
Bondage and experience of life span
Bondage due to the formation of a fluid body
Bondage due to the formation of a Karman body
Correlation between the bondage of bodies
Couplet
Couplet
Criteria for purity
Criteria for purity
Devotion and devotee
Eight worlds
Eternality or otherwise of infernal beings
Experience with and without desiring
Flow of movement
Followers , belongings
Food intake by plants
Goal of a karma free soul
Karma bondage of the soul
Karma experience and exhaustion
Karma painful and painfree
Karma pleasant and unpleasant
Last life of a devotee
Last phase of the time cycle in Bharata
Matter as a mixture
Matter spontaneously transformed
Merit in offering pure and right food
merit on bestowing food
Objects not known to a junior monk
On adversaries
On behavior
On birds
On bondage
On bondage again
On deeds
On desires and experiences
On devotion to conduct and canon
On Karma and hardship
On knowledge as power
On lapses in intake
On relative activities
On renunciation; right or wrong
On the chadmasta again
On the chadmasta and the Kevalin
On the touch of pain
On the transformation of matter
On transformation of matter
On transformation of one object
Pain from sin
Poisonous beings
Prohibition regarding space
Question of eternality
Question of eternality
Relative position of the outcome
Renounced and unrenounced
Section (dandaka) eight ; on sense organs and color
Section (dandaka) five ; regarding body and sense organs
Section (dandaka) four ; regarding sense organs
Section (dandaka) nine ; on body, sense organs and color
Section (dandaka) one ; general classification
Section (dandaka) seven ; on body and color
Section (dandaka) six ; regarding color till body structure
Section (dandaka) three ; on body types
Section (dandaka) two ; with or without attainment
Space points of matter
The shape of the universe
The sun and the sun shine
Timing of Intake
Tinges and karmas
Touch of space points of the soul by weapon
Transformation when two objects are involved
Transgression of a Sravaka’s vow
Twenty gateways of acquisition of knowledge and non-knowledge
Types of Knowledge
Types of renunciation
Types of trees
Types of wordly beings
Unrestrained monk
What is it that is burning in a lamp
when four objects are involved
when three objects are involved
Lalwani, K.  C. Bhagavati SUtra Vol-4 Book 9 Activities
An Interview with Gangeya
Ascetic Pudgala
Ascetic Pudgala
Body
Council of Sakrendra and others
Directions
Ekoruka and other Isles in Salt Ocean
Family of Camarendra
Family of Indras of the Vyantaras and others
Family of Jyotisendra and others
Family of Sakrendra and others
Family of Valindras
Interview with Syamahasti on thirty-three Gods of Camarendra
Isles in Salt Ocean
Jamali the Rebel
Killer of a man or no-man
Killer of a monk or no-monk
Killer of a monk or no-monk
Language
Life in Karnik
Life in Kumbhika
Life in Nalika
Life in Nalina
Life in Padma
Life in Palasa
Life in Saluka
Life in Utpala
Life of Mahavala
Men in the Isles in the Salt Ocean
Moons in Jambudvipa
Moons in Jambudvipa
One-Organ and their respiration
Power of Gods
Power of Gods
Questions of Merchant Sudarsana on time
Rajarsi Siva
Resolve and Devotion
Rsabhadatta and Devananda
Rsibhadraputra, the worshipper of Sramanas
Sound of a horse
Space-points of the Soul placed on a Space-point of the sky:  Example of a Dancer
The knowledge of the Law on hearing
The knowledge of the Law without hearing
Thirty-three Gods of Sakrendra
Thirty-three Gods of Valindra and Dharanendra
Types of Universe
Uterus and pain
Vastness of Non-world i.e.  Vacant Space
Vastness of the Universe
Lalwani, K.  C. Dasavaikalika Sutra, Arya Sayyambhava’s Classification of Humility
Code of Conduct
Faith in & Practice of Restraint
Merits of one with Humility, etc.,
On an Arhat
On Behavior and Misbehavior
On Great Conduct
On Humility
On Mental Health that Humility imparts
On Restraint of Self and others
On the Mode of search
On the selection of Right Food
Purifying Speech
Rati-vakya
Sa-bhiksu
The Blossoms of the tree
Vivikta-charya
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra Arhat Aristanemi
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra Arhat Parsva
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra Arhat Rsbha
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra Biographical Sketches of the Jinas
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra List of Senior Monks
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra Notes and Comments
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra On Twentu Tirthankaras
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra Presciption for the Parjusana
Lalwani, K.  C. Kalpa Sutra