List of Books by author and topics by htm file

Name of Book Author Topic and Sub-Topics
Comparative Study of The Jaina Theories of Reality and Knowledge Padmarajiah, Y.  J. A Consideration of two controversies concerning Dravya and Guna (and/or Paryaya) with a view to clarifying the Nature of both
A Preliminary Statement of an Important Vedantic and Buddhistic Objection against the Jaina View of Reality, leading to the formulation of Five types of approach to the problem of Reality
A Study in Contrasts
Anekantavada, the theory of Manifoldness, the most consistent Theory of Realism
Are Gunas the same as, or Different from Paryayas
How far could a Dravya be treated as a Concrete Universal
Is Reality an Entity , or a Mental Construction, or a Structural Manifestation of Identity-in-Difference in Reality
Nayavada, the theory of Standpoints
Ontology (The Nature of Reality)
Syadvada or the Dialectic of conditional Predication
The Bhedabheda System
The Bhedabheda System of Bhartrprapanca
The Bhedabheda System of Bhaskara and Yadavaprakasa
The Bhedabheda System of Nimbarka
The Bhedabheda System of Ramanuja
The Dvaita System (of Madhva)
The Externalistic Doctrine of Identity-in-Difference (Ubhayavada) versus the Doctrine of a Unique and Integral Synthesis of Identity-in-Difference (Jatyantaravada)
The Jaina Philosophy of Identity-in-Difference in which Identity is Co-ordinate with Difference
The Philosophy of Difference (becoming or change
The Philosophy of Difference (becoming or change)
The Philosophy of Identity (or being)
The Sankhya System
The School of Philosophy in which Identity subordinates difference
The schools of Philosophy in which Difference Subordinate Identify
The Vaisesika System
Comprehensive History of Jainism Vol I Chatterjee, A.  K. 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
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
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
Cultural Study of the Nisitha Curni Sen, Madhu Administration in Sub-divisional Units
Administrative and Territorial Units
Agriculture (kisivavara, kisikama)
Analysis and Evaluation of the Contents of the NC
Arts and Crafts
Banking and Loans
Brahamanic Literature
Brahmanic Institutions :  Education in the Gurukulas
Brahmanic Religion
Caste System
Classes of Ascetics
Curni Literature and the Nisitha Curni
Customs and Beliefs
Customs and Beliefs
Dance and Drama
Date of Jinadasa Gani
Despised and Untouchables
Diseases mentioned in the NC
Economic Conditions
Education, Learning and Literature
External Affairs
Feudatory Kings and their Councils
Fine Arts
Five – fold study
Flowers and Garlande
Geographical Background of the NC
Geographical Names mentioned in the NC
Jaina Festivals and Fasts
Jaina Literature
Jaina System of Education
Jinadasa Gani:  the author of the NC.
Judiciary and Courts
King and Kingship
Material Culture
Medicine and Health
Method of Education
Method of Oral Transmission
Military Organisation
Nisitha Sutra and its Commetaries (Niryukti, Bhasya and Curni)
Philosophical system
Police and Police Officers
Polity and Administration
Revenue and Taxation
Routine for Study
Royal Council and Ministers
Royal Household
Secula Literature
Social Life
Special Facilities for Higher Studies
Supernatural Powers and Magical Practices
System of Espionage
Teachers and their Qualifications
Town Administration
Treasury or Srigrha
Types of States and Forms of Government
Vadas or Debates
Vaisyas or Vaniks
Viceroyalty and Succession
Village Administration
Village Council (gramaparisad)
Weights and Measures
Writing and Books
Source Book In Jaina Philosophy Devendra, Muni Shastri Ajivtattva:  A Study
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:  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
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
Study of Civakacintamani Vijayalakshmy, R. A comparative Study of the Jivandhara Story in the Uttarapurana and the Story of the Civakacintamani and a discussion of the Sanskrit Motifs found in the Civakacintamani
An Attempt to trace the Source of the Civakacintamani and the period in which it has been written
Conclusion to Civakacintamani
Sanskrit Loan words in the Civakacintamani
The Interaction of Sanskrit through Jainism
The Sanskrit Interaction in the Literary Style of the Civakacintamani
The Social, Religious and Literary background
Treatise on Jainism Sanghvi, Jayantibhai S.  Shri Conclusion to Jaina Religion
The Fourteen Gunasthanas ( Spiritual Stages )
The Jain Religion
The seven Tattvas ( Priciples )
The six Dravyas ( substances )
The Theory of Karma ( Law of Causation )
The three Jewels of Jainism
Agama and Tripitaka:  A Comparative Study Vol 1 (History and Tradition) Nagarajaji, Muni Shri 10 paramitas
A Critical Examination
A Critical Examination
A Critique
A Critique
A Discussion on Meat Eating
A Discussion on Nataputta’s demise
A Jaina or a Buddhist
A Jaina or a Buddhist
A Miracle
A Nigantha in Dust
A Peacock and a crow
A Review of Subject-Matter
A Son is Born
Abhaya Kumara
Abhaya Licchavi
About the Mother
About the Name – Bimbisara
About the Name – Srenika
Affection for the Mother
After His Death
Agamas and Tripitakasin Relation to Contemporary Condition
Ajatsatru in the Buddhist Pitakas
Ajatsatru Kunika
Ajita Kassapa
Ajita Kesakambli:  ucchedavadi
Ajita Kesakambli:  ucchedavadi
Appedix -I
Appedix -II
Are the Buddhist Account Exaggerated
As a Follower of the Buddha
As Future Tirthankara
Asibandhaka-putra Gramani
Asoka’s Edicts
Astroger Nigantha
AStrological Calculations
Attainment of Tejolesya
Authorship and Date of composition
Awakening of Pakkusati
Beginning of Uposathas
Bhadra Kundalkesa
Bhagwan Buddha
Bhagwan Mahavira
Bibliography – Agama Literature
Biographical Sketch
Birth and Initiation
Birth of Abhayakumara
Buddha:  Youngest among the Spiritual Leaders
Buddha’s Exertion for Attaining Sambodhi
Buddha’s Wanderings and Camps
Burmese Tradition
Canda- Pradyota
Cause of His Devotion for Buddha
Cause of the Death of Nigantha Nataputta
Celebrations at Birth
Chronology of Mahavira
Chronology of Mahavira’s Life
Clad Niganthas
Codes and Bools on conduct and Discipline
Comment Events
Comments News of Nattaputta’s Demise (1)
Contemporaneity and Chronology
Contemporary Religious Teachers
Corroboration of the Conclusion
Death of Kunika
Defiant Disciples
Departure from Home
Desire during Pregnancy and Birth of Kunika
Desire of a Pregnant Women
Dhammika Upasaka
Dhanya of Kakandi
Dharma Nanda Kausambhi
Difference in Name
Discussion on Karma
Display of Occult Power
Displayig Technical Skills
Dr.  Charpentier
Dr.  Hoernle and Muni Jina Vijayaji
Dr.  Jacobi’s First Approach
Dr.  Jacobi’s Second Approach
Dr.  K.  P.  Jayaswal
Dr.  Kamta Prasas Jain
Dr.  Radha Kumud Mukherjee
Dr.  Shanti Lal Shah
Dreams Interpreted
Dreams of Mahavira
Dreams of Queen
Dreams of the Buddha
Early Life of Gosalaka
Eleven Gandharas
Famine in Nalanda
Father’s Name
First Aquaintance
Five faults of the Niganthas
Five Great Selections
Follower Kings
Four Scenes
Four Types of People
From the Buddhist Sources:  Enmity with the Vajjis
From the Jaina Sources
Going to Hell and Subsequent Tirthankarhood
Gosalaka and Ananda
Gosalaka’s Death
Gosalaka’s First contact with the Lord
Gosalaka’s Repentence
Grahadinna and Srigutta
Grahapati Chitra
Grahapati Upali
Great Renunciatiation
Habit and Personality
Hall of Curiosity Sutta
Hardship and Forbearance
Hardships caused by Gods
Help from Indra
His Family
Historian’s Date of Buddha’s Nirvana
Historian’s View
Historical Perspective
Imprisonment of the Father
In Digambara Tradition
In the Agamas
In the Agamas
In the Agamas (Sciptures)
In the Jaina Agamas
In the Tripatikas
In the Tripitakas
In the Tripitakas
In Touch with Mahavira
Inconsistencies in Ceylonese Chronology
Incontinence in Ajivakas
Indrabhuti Gautama
Initiatation in the Nigrantha Order
Initiation in the Nirgrantha Region
Initiation into Monkhood
Initiation into the Buddhist Order
Initiation of Princess
Intentions Behind the world Nisiha
Introduction to Life History
Jaina Sravaka Vappa
Jaina Sravaka Vappa
Jaitasatru, Singh and Cetka
Jamali and Priyadarsana
Jayanti and Priyadarsani
King Dasarna Bhadhadra
Konika in the Jain Tradition
Leading Buddhists Upasakas
Leading Followers (Upasakas)
Leading Jaina Upasakas
Liberation of Gautama Buddha
Liberation of Mahavira
Literary Gems by the same Author
Loka-finite or Infinite
Mahasilakantaka War and the Conquest of the Vajjis
Mahavira & Buddha
Mahavira fixing Canda-kausika on Spiritual Path
Mahavira Middle Aged, Buddha Young
Mahavira’s Exertions for attaining Kaivalya
Mahavira’s Nirvana and Vikramaditya
Mahavira’s Wanderings and Camps
Makkhali Gosala:  niyativadi
Marici felt elated
Marici’s as a tridandi monk
Marici’s vacillation
Method of Attainment
Monk Ardraka and a Atmadvaitavada
Monk Ardraka and a Buddhist Bhiksu
Monk Ardraka and a Vedic Brahamana
Monk Ardraka and Hasti Tapas
Monk Ardrakakumara and Gosalaka
Monks and Nuns
Mrgara Sresthi
Muni Kalyana Vijayaji
Murder of Maudgalyayana
Murder of the Father
Nalaka Parivrajaka
Name and Profession
Nammo Buddhassa Nammo Arahantanam
Nanda , Rahula and Others
Need of an Exhaustive Research
News of Nattaputta’s Demise (2)
Nigantha Upositha
Niganthas in Lanka
Nigrantha Influence on the Penances of Buddha
Nigrantha Jnanaputra:  caturyama-samvara-vadi
Nisiha- On Lapses from Brahamacharya etc.
Odium Theologicium
Offer to the Niganthas
Omniscience and Enlightenment
On Initiation
On the Language of the Texts
On the Question of Conduct
One or Two
Other Contexts
Other Kings
Pakudha Kaccayana
Pakudha Kaccayana:  annoyonya-vadi
Pali Texts of the Tripitakas refering to Nigantha and Nataputta
Parivarjaka monk Skandaka
Pava, the place of Mahavira’s Nirvana
Pestilence in Vaisali
Physical Stregth
Pingalakoccha Brahmin
Pious outcome of Sramanahood
Position of Women in the Two Orders
Practice of Celibacy which is Unpleasant to the mind
Previous Births
Prince Abhaya
Princess (Sons of Srenika)
Problem of Chronology
Prohibiting Initiation of Soldiers
Proximity of Jains and Ajivakas
Purana Kasapa
Purna Kasyapa:  akriya-vadi
Queen and Progeny of Kunika
Queen of Srenika
Question on the Future
Quetions of Milinda
Rajarsi Udayana
Reconstruction of Cronology
Research and Conclusion
Rsabhdatta and Devananda
Sabhiya Parivrajaka
Saccak Niganthaputra
Saka Era
Sakaya Princess and Upali
Sakul Udayi
Salibhadra and Dhanya
Sanjaya Valatthiputta
Sanjaya Velanthiputra:  viksepa-vadi
Sariputta and Moggalana
Savvam me akaranijjam pavakammam
Seven Spiritual Leaders at Rajagrha
Simha Senapati
Six Buddhas
Spiritual Exertions
Split among the Vajjis
Sramana Kesikumara
Srenika Bimbisara
Srenika’s Love for His son
Sri Srikand Ramapuria
Sri Vijayendra Suri
Storming of the wall round Vaisali
Subhadra Parivrajaka
Tapas Sumedha
Tapasa Kaladevala
Tapasa Marici
Tapasa Monks
Testimony of the Later Works
The Bhadravargiyas
The Buddha’s appearance in prison
The Chronology of Buddha
The concluding Article
The Date of Buddha’s Nirvana
The Date of Buddha’s Nirvana
The Date of Mahavira’s Nirvana
The Date of Mahavira’s Nirvana
The eight Ultimates
The Event of Mahavira’s Nirvana in Tripitakas
The Events of Mahavira’s Seniority in Buddhist Tripitakas
The Evidences of the Buddhidt Tritikas
The First Review
The gist of Dr.  Jacobi’s Paper
The Gupta Era
The Monastic Order and its Expansion
The Niganthas and Nigantha Nataputta in the Tripitikas
The Original Text and its Elaboration
The Pancvarga Bhiksu
The Parivrajakas-Bhagwan
The Penance of Niganthas
The Story the God Mara
The Traditional Date of Chinese Turkestan
The Uppasampada of the Buddha
The Vikrama Era
The Worst
Tibetan Tradition
Totality of Episodes
Traditional Dates of Nirvana
Traditional Era of Vira- Nirvana
Transfer of Embryo
Use of Tejolesya
Vaisali Republic
Vasayana, A Bala Tapasvi
Veneration and its Reasons
Views of Foreign Scholars
Vinaya Pitaka
Visakha, Mother of Mrgara
Wanderings and Monsoon Camps
Who the Guru
With the Jina Sravakas
Yasa and Others
Early History of Orissa Mittal, Amar Chand Absence of Coins
Administration of Justice
Administration of Kalinga under the Mauryas
Administrative and Public Works
Administrative Officers
Ananta Gumpha
Art and Architecture
Art and Architecture in the Udayagiri Khandagiri Caves
Art of firing vessels
Artistic Valuation
Asoka’s Conquest
Bagha cave
Baudhayana Dharma Sutra
Brahamanic Literature
Brahmanas & Aranyakas
Cave Architecture in Orissa
Change in Asoka
Chedi Vamsa
Childhood of Kharavela
Circumstantial Evidences
City Administration
Condition of the Record
Conquests of Kharavala
Coronation of Kharavala
Cultural Aspect – Problem of
Date of Kharavela
Date of Separate Kalinga Edicts
Economic Condition of the people
Education of Kharavela
Epoch of Kharavela
Estimate of Kharavela
Excavations and Drainage
Extent of Empire
Extent of Empire
Extent of Empire
Ferocious Nature of the Army
Food Stuffs
Forest Administration
Forest Wealth
From after Asoka to Kanva Rule
Ganesa Cave
Geographical Factors
Governorships in Kalinga
Identification of Kalinga – Jina
Identification of Nandaraja
Internal Evidences
Jail Administration
Jayavijaya Cave
Kalinga under the Magadhan Imperialism
Kalinga under the Mauryas
Kamata – Quarry C
Kanva Period
Kautilyas Arthasastra
Kavya Style
Kharavela Administration
Kuliana – Quarry C
Kuliana – Tank A
Kuliana – Tank B
Lakes – Chilka
Lakes – Sar
Latest Sites
Lineage of Kharavela
Mahameghavahana Dynasty
Mahapadma Nanda
Mani Mekhlai
Marriage of Kharavela
Maurya Art in Kalinga
Military Forces
Mode of Occurence
Name Kharavela – its Etymology
Nandas and Kalinga
Numerical Strength
Origin of Kalinga and Utkala
Orissa Finds
Orissa, the Name
Panini’s Ashtadhyayi
Peoples and their Conditions
Phrase `Ti-Vasa-Sata
Physical Features, Prehistorical and Traditional History
Policy of Kharavela
Political Condition of the Country at Kharavela’s Accession
Political Divisions
Precedessors of Kharavela
Precious Stones
Prehistoric Orissa
Prevalence of Jainism in Kalinga
Proportions of Different families
Puranic Traditions
Rani Gumpha
Ready Money
References to Nandaraja Considered
Religious Life (Image Worship)
Religious policy
Sanga Period
Selection of Officers
Serpent Cave
Sisupalgarh Excavations
Sources of Historicity of Kharavela
Sources of Income
Sources of Information
State of Sculpture and Architecture
Svargapuri Manchapuri
Texts of Hathigumpha Cave , Inscription of Kharavela
Texts of Manchapuri Cave Inscription of the Chief Queen of Kharavela
Texts of Manchapuri Cave Inscription of Vakradeva
The Buddhist Literature
The City of Kalinga
The Dhauli Elephant
The Greek Literature
The Hathigumpa Inscription
The Hiatus
The Jaina Literature
The Lithic Age
The Metallic Period (Copper Age)
The Microlithic Period
The Nanda rule in Kalinga
The Neolithic Period
The Palaeolithic Period
Their habits and Practices
Tishya Nakshatra and Kalinga
Titles `Maharaja’ and `Chakravarti’
Topography and Solid Geology
Tour System of Government
Traditional History as Depicted in Ancient Indian Literature
Under a Kumara Viceroy
Under Chandragupta and Bindusara
Vegetables and Flora
Wealth and Prosperity of Kalanga
Yavanaraja Dimits
Zoology of the Caves
Epitome of Jainism Jindal, K.  B. Cosmology-Old & New
Dravya Samgraha
Gommatsara, Jiva Kand
Gommatsara, Karma Kand, Part II
Panchastikaya Sara
Purusartha Siddhyupaya
Tattvartha Sutra
Aspects of Early Jainism Singh, Jai Prakash A list of Jaina Tirthankaras
Important Centres of Jainism
Religious Organisations
Schools in the Jaina Church
The Dynasty of Adhichhatra
The Jaina Religious Practices
The Jaina Religious Thought
The Types of Jaina Gods
Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Bhayani, H.  C. On the meaning of the Terms Balanaka and Caitya
Deva, Krishana Jaina Art and Architecture under the Candellas
Deva, Krishana Jaina Temple at Un
Deva, Krishana Jaina Temples called Bhand Dewal at Arang
Deva, Krishana Mahavira Temple, Ghanerav
Deva, Krishana Mahavira Temple, Sewadi
Deva, Krishana Santinatha Temple, Jhalarapatan
Dhaky, M.  A. Ganga Jaina Sculpture
Dhaky, M.  A. Santara Architecture
Dhaky, M.  A. The Western Indian Jaina Temples
Dwivedi, V.  P. Jaina Wood Carvings in the National Museum Collection
Gai, G.  S. Jaina Monuments of
Gai, G.  S. Mathura Jaina Inscriptions of the Kusana Period – A Fresh Study
Jamindar, Rasesh Reflection on the Jaina Caves in Gujarat
Kansara, N.  M. Jaina Temple as envisaged by Dhanapala in the Tilakamanjari
Kramrisch, Stella Jaina Paintings of western India
Krishna, Anand Illustrated Leaves from a Pancatatra Manuscript of the fifteenth century
Krishnan, K.  C. Jaina Monuments of Tamil Nadu
Malvania, D.  D. The Jaina Concept of the Deity
Mankodi, Kirit A Rastrakuta Temple at Hallur in Bijapur District
Meister, Michael W. Jaina Temples in Central India
Nagaswamy, R. Jaina Art and Architecture under the Colas
Nagaswamy, R. Jaina Art and Architecture under the Pallavas
Rajan, K.  V.  Soudara Jaina Art and Architecture in Tamilnadu
Ramesh, K.  V. The Jaina Art and Architecture of Tulunadu
Sarkar, H. Jaina Art and Architecture in Kerala
Settar, S. The Classical Kannada Literature and the Digambara Jaina Iconography
Shah, Umakant Premanand Evolution of Jaina Iconography & Symbolism
Shah, Umakant Premanand Evolution of Jaina Iconography & Symbolism
Shah, Umakant Premanand Jaina Bronzes – A brief survey
Singh, Harihar The Jaina Temples of Kumbharia
Sompura, Prabhasankar O. The Jaina Architecture and Iconography in the Vastusastras of western India
Srinivasan, K.  R. Jaina Art and Architecture under the Gangas of Talakad
Aspects of Jaina Monasticism Tatia, Nathmal Abbhutthana
Accepting food form him who has offered residence
Accordng to Ayaradaso
Admonition to other Monks
Admonition to the Successor
Adoption of the Victor’s Course
Appendix:  A Note on the word Monastcism
Asayana or Direspectful Conduct
Changing gana more than once within six months
Committing injury to life deliberately
Comprehension of meaning
Crossin navel deep stream ten times a year
Crossing navel-deep stream trice a month
Ctttasamahitthanas or The Ten Stages of the Concentrated MInd
Deliberately standing, lying down or sitting on live earth, The above ascts on earth wet with live water coverd with live dust
Deliberately taking it form hands or pot or ladle, or utenil moist with livewater
English Words
Enjoyment of a given-up article repeatedly
Essential Features
Extension of the Rules of Victor’s Course and their Exceptions
Forgiveness and its merits
Ganisampada or The Qualifications of the Gamin (Religious Head)
Important aspects of the Samacari
In Brahmanism
In Brahmanism
In Brahmanism
In Buddhism
In Buddhism
In Buddhism
In Buddhism, In Brhamanism
In Buddism
In Jainism
In Modern Law
Initiation and Ordination
Jina -kalpa or the Course of the Victors
Life of a Wanderer
Meaning and Literary Sources
Memory of one’s own past lives
Monastic Outfit
Pariharavisuddhika or Suddhapariharika or Purifictory Cooperative Course
Partaking of asana, pana, khama, etc.
Points of Agreement and departure
Practising deceit thrice a month
Practising deciet ten times a year
Publishers’ note
Pure and Perfect disembodied existencd
Pure and Perfect intuition
Pure and perfect knowledge
Qualifications according to Ayaradaso
Same as for stone slab
Sanskrit, Prakrit and Pali Words
Sthavira-kalpa or the Course of the Eiders
Taking deliberately what is not given
Telling a lie deliberately
The Asamahitthanas or The Twenty Occasions of the Imbalance of mind
The Basic conditions
The Five Sources
The Five Vyavakaras or The Sources of Monastic Legislation
The Four Monastic Courses
The Four Stages of Sin
The Ideal Monk
The Sabalas or the Twenty-One Types of Monks iwth Tainted Conduct
The Samacari or The Ten Rules of Monastic Dportment
The Ten Samacaris
The Ten Stages:  Dhamma-cinta
The Victor’s Penance
Thirty-three types of asayana according to Avasyaka Sutra
Thirty-three types of asayana accoridng to Ayara-daso
To Partake of deliverately the root, bulb, stem, skin, sprout, etc.
Twenty-one Sabalas:
Veritable dreams never experienced before
Versified Summary
Vinaya-padivatti of the Antevasin
Vinaya-paivatti of the Acary
Yathalandaka or the Time-bound Course:
Astronomy & Cosmology Jain, L.  C. Abbreviations
Another Value of Rajju
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
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
Frame of Descartes
Graduation of Celestial Sphere
Height as Latitude
Index of the Diagram
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
Paravartana Periods
Precession of Equinoxes
Principle Theories
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
Atma Siddhi of Shrimad Rajchandra Jaini, J.  L. Characteristics of a fit pupil
Characteristics of an unfit pupil
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
Atma Tatva Vichar or Philosophy of Soul Vijaya Laxmansurishverji, Acharaya Annihilation of Karas
Avoiding Sins
Bliss of Soul
Bondage of Actions
Causes of Karmic Bonds
Eight Karmas
Essentiality of Religion
Existence of Soul
Further Consideratin about Karmic Bondage and its Causes
How to acquire Self Knowledge
Identification of Religion
Indvisibility of Soul
Karana (Instrument)
Karmas:  Good and Evil
Manifestation of Karmas
More Reflections about Causes of Karmic Bondages
Power of frivolity of Soul
Power of Karma
Power of Religion
Practice of Religion
Resolutions of Soul
Right Conduct
Right conviction-Faith
Right Faith
Right Knowledge
Righteous Conduct
Soul is distict form body etc
Spiritual Joy
Stages of the Attributes of the Soul
The number of Souls
The Power of Soul
The treasures of Soul
Varieties of Religion
What is Karma?
Atonement in the Ancient Rituals of the Jaina monks Caillat, Colette Atonement:  Isolation
Atonement:  Mixed
Atonement:  Repentance
Atonement:  Restitution
Atonement:  The Undisturbed Abandonment of the body
Atonements:  Demotion and Exclusion
Atonment:  Confession
Complemetary Observance:  The Service
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
Awakening Padmasagarsuri, Acharya Shree Benevolence
Good Company
Let us become Fearless
Pride and Attachment
Rightness or Thoroughness
Salvation through Knowledge
Science and Religion
Some Great Statements of Acharyashri Padmasagar Sooriji
Some Rituals and Festivals
Story of Anjana
Story of Madan Rekha
The Aim of Life
The Flowering of Life
The Four Difficult Attainments
The Place of Dharma
The Pupil
The Pure Mind
The Renunciation of Pleasures
The Right Use of Means
The Teacher and the Disciple
The True Jain
Ayaro (Acaranga Sutra) Kumar, Mahedra Muni 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 and its Evils
Admonition to Ascetics
Advanced Asceticism (Dhuta)
Air-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
Avoiding Heretics
Avoiding the Forbidden
Behavior of Recluse
Bhagwan Mahavira Seats and Retreats
Bhagwan Mahavira’s Endurance of Hardship
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
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
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
Imgini Marana
Improper Conduct
Initiation into Ascetic Life
Injury to Earth-beings
Knowledge of the Supreme Reality
Liberation from Bondage
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
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
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
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
Wakefulness by Contemplation of being unprotected
Water-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
World of Recurrent Transmigration
Bhagavan Mahavira Tulsi, Acharya Before the Advent of Bhagavan Mahavira
Foundation of Religious Order
Kaivalya (OmniScience) and the Bhagavan’s Sermons
Nirvana (Liberation)
Philosophy and Exhortation
The Period of Sadhana (Spiritual Disicipline)
The Relevance of the Jaina Religion to Modern Problems
Thirty Years of Family Life
Bhagavati Sutra Vol-1 Book 1-2 Lalwani, K.  C. Activities due to movement and passions
Activities that end all activities
Angular movement
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
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
Liberation at the exhaustion of Karma
Liberation of the monk
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
Nine questions on karma bondage
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
Two organ and more organ and more beings
Two organ beings
Weight of the Living beings
wholesome for the monk
Bhagavati Sutra Vol-2 Book 3-4-5 Lalwani, K.  C. 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
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’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:  Lokapalas of Isanendra
Devas power to transform
Deva’s power to with-hold
Dialogue and Skandaka
Downward movement of Asurakumara
Energy of the Omniscient
Fourteen gates
Gods are non-restrained
Happiness and misery
Height of the Vimanas of Sakrendra and Isanendra
Hells and final vimanas
Hot spring at Rajagrha
Increase and decrease in number of living beings
Indra’s Assembly
Isanendra worships Mahavira
Isles and seas
Karma and its span
Karma:  great and little
Knowledge of Omniscient
Krsnaraji or dark formation
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
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
Previous birth of Camarendra
Previous Birth of Ishanendra
Questions by monk Nirgranthiputra
Rage of Isanendra
Salt sea
Samanika Gods of Asurendra Camara
Silent questions by two Gods
Skarendra withdraws his thunderbolt
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
Bhagavati Sutra Vol-3 Book 7-8 Lalwani, K.  C. 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
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
Bhagavati SUtra Vol-4 Book 9 Lalwani, K.  C. Activities
An Interview with Gangeya
Ascetic Pudgala
Ascetic Pudgala
Council of Sakrendra and others
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
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
Bhavana Bodh Rajchandra Shrimad Anitya Bhavana ( Aspiration of Transience )
Anytva Bhavana ( Aspiration of Every thing as separate than ourself )
Ascuchi Bhavana ( Aspiration of Impurity )
Asharan Bhavana ( Aspiration of Want of Protection )
Asrav Bhavana ( Aspiration of Incoming Elements )
Ekatva Bhavana ( Aspiration of Loneliness )
Lokaswarup Bhavana ( Aspiration of knowing the nature of fourteen wordls)
Nirjar Bhavana ( Aspiration of shedding of bondages )
Nivrutti Bodh
Samvar Bhavana ( Aspiration of restrainment of new bondages )
Twelve Liberating Aspirations
Wherein lies real Happiness
Bhavana Sataka Ratnachandraji, Maharaja Pandit Munishri Anitya Bhavana
Anyatva Bhavana
Asarana Bhavana
Asrava Bhavana
Asuci Bhavana
Bodhi durlabha Bhavana
Dharma Bhavana
Ekatva Bhavana
Loka Bhavana
Nirjara Bhavana
Samsara Bhavana
Samvara Bhavana
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa Arundhati, P. 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
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
Schools of Buddhism
Smarta Dharma
Srauta Dharma
Catalogue of the Indian Collections in the Museum of Fine arts, Boston Coomaraswamy, Ananda K Bibliography of Jainism
Bibliography of Jainism
Further Explanation of Various Terms
ife of Mahavira and other Jinas
Jaina Cosmology
Jaina Literature
Jaina Paintings
List of Donors
List of Manuscripts
Miscellaneous Drawings
Summary of the story of Kalakacarya
Summary of the story of Salibhadra
Catalogue of the Jaina Manuscripts at Strabourg Tripathi, Chandrabhal A correspondence table of numbers
Author – Prasasti
Author and Authorship
Author and Authorship – manuscripts
Beginning of Manuscript
Beginning of the Text
Brackets and Signs
Brief Evaluation of The Strasbourg Collection
Canonical texts
Catalogue – Indian, Especially Jaina Manuscripts
Collection – Prasasti
Collections of Arhanta Stories
Collections of other Stories
Collections, – Indian, Especially Jaina Manuscripts
Commentary – Manuscripts
Components of the Headings
Cosmographical Texts
DAte – Manuscript
Dates of Composition
Dates of copying
Digambara Siddhanta
Donor – Prasasti
Early Exegetical Literature
Early Svetambara Works
End of Text
Explanation of Basic Terms
Floating Verses
Free or Ornamental Areas
Function of The Citations
Further specimen of the Text
Gacchas and Kulas
General Philosophical works
General Remarks
Hymns (other languages)
Hymns (Sanskrit and Prakrit)
Indian, Especially Jaina Manuscripts
Jaina Manuscripts
Karma Literature
Kriyakalapa Text
Language – Manuscripts
Later Avasyaka Literature
Lines and Columns – Manuscripts
Manuscripts – The Numbering
Narrative Literature
Non Jaina Texts
Non Jaina Texts
Notes on Authors
Notes on Manuscripts
Notes on Texts
Number of Folios and Foliation – Manuscripts
Philosophical and Dogmatical Works
Places and Religions
Places and Religions
Points not included in the Description – Manuscript
Pramana etc.
Previous studies in Indian Manuscriptology
Relation between Manuscripts and Texts
Relation between Manuscripts and Texts
Relation between Manuscripts, Texts and Entries
Ritualistic works and hymns
Scheme of the Citations
Scheme of the Citations
Scribal Remarks
Scribal Remarks
Scribal Remarks and their translations
Semi-historical and Historical Texts
Short History of The Strasbourg Collection
Size of Folios – Manuscripts
Sravakacara and Anthologies
Svetambara Agama
Terms of Indian Chronometry
Text – Prasasti
The Citations
The Citations
The Description – Manuscripts
The Entries
The Entry and its Elements
The References
The Strasbourg Collection
Title of the Text
Traditional Terms for Manuscripts
Tripatha, Pancapatha etc.
Types of Manuscripts
Types of Manuscripts
Unidentified Verses
Works by Kundakunda
Works by other authors
Works by Umasvati
Confluence of Opposites, Scientific Study of Comparative Religion Jain, Champat Rai Ancient and extinct faiths
Comparative Religion is Science
Religion as a Science
Solution of allegories
Soul blissful by Nature
Summary and Conclusion to Confluence of Opposites
The Method of Comparison
The Teaching of New Testament
Dasavaikalika Sutra, Arya Sayyambhava’s Lalwani, K.  C. 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
The Blossoms of the tree
Dravya Sangrah Goshal, Sarat Chandra Characterstics of Ajiva
Characterstics of Jiva
Conventional Meditation
Practice of Meditation
Real Meditation
Seven Elements (Tattvas)
Six Substances and Five Astikayas in them
The Right path and means of Liberation
Dravya-Samgraha of Nemichandra Siddhanta-Chakravartti Ghoshal, S.  C. A Guide to Transliteration
Alphabetial List of Works Consulted
Alphabetical Index of the Prakrit Gathas
Alphabetical Index of the Sanskrit Chhayas
Alphabetical Index to the Introduction
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
Commentaries on Gommatasara
Connection of Jiva with Karmas
Definition of Astikaya
Definition of Pradesa
Dravya-Samgraha:  Text and Translation
Excellent meditaition
Ganga Raja
General Index
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
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
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
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
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?
Dvyasrayakavya, Hemchandra’s (A Literary and Cultural Study) Narang, Satya Pal Accurate Information of Hemacadra supported by other Historical evidences
Agastya, Aditya
Airavata, Kama, Kartaviryarjuna, Kubera
Army and warfare
Attitude of Brahmanas
Beliefs and superstitions
Camundaraja, Vallabharaja
Caste system
Combination of groups ; obsolete and usage
Communication; debt
Dvyasrayakavya; A Mahakavya
Economic conditions
Elliptical examples
Epic Mythology
Exaggerations and transformation of facts
Examples of negation
Fares and Festivals
Fauna and flora
Figures of Speech
Food and drinks
Foreign trade; coins
Games and amusement
Geographical data
Grammatical Study
Group of Irregular forms
Hemacandra’s Erudition (General)
Historical Evaluation
It letters; further classifications
Karuna, Bhima
Krna, Brahama, Brhaspati, Manu, Mainaka, Yama
Language and Style
Life and Personality of Hemacandra
Long lists of suffixes
Long Lists of words or roots in a sutra
Meeting with Jayasinhha
Meeting with Kumarapala
Metrical Analysis
Moksa, Music, Dance, and Dramaturgy
Mythologica allusions in the Dvyasryakavya
New facts only for grammatical illustration
New Information not given by contemporary sources
Omissions and their probable causes
One root in many senses
Optional examples
Other Minor Characters
Other works ascribed to Hemacandra
Philosophical Systems
Polity and administration
Position of women
Prefixes; one word, many senses; group of words (Gana)
Propagation of Jainism
Puranic Legends
Religious position
Rhetorics, Epics and Puranas
Rudra, Laksmi, Varuna, Visnu
Sanjna and Adhikarasutras
Sanjna employed in a sutra
Siksa, Nirukta
Siva, Sesanaga, Sarasvati, Skanda
Social conditions
States and territorial divisions
Sun-worship, Agastya-worship, Mother Goddesses
Vedangas, Metrics
Vedic Mythology
Weights and measurements
Works of Hemacandra
Early Jainism Dixit, K.  K. 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
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
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
Elements of Jaina Iconography Tiwari, Nandan Prasad A note on the Identfication of a Tirthankara Image at Bharat kala Bhavan, Varanasi
A Unique Door-Lintel from Khajuraho
A Unique Image of Rsabhanatha in the Old Arhaeological Museum, Khajuraho
A Unique Image of Rsabhanatha in the State Museum, Lucknow
An Image of Mahavira in the Bharat Kala Bhavan, Yaranasi
An Image of Neminatha From Deogarh
An Unique Tri-Tirthika Jina Image from Deogarh
An Unpublised Tri-Tirthia Jina Image from Deogarh
Bharata Cakravartin at Deogarh
Iconogaphic Features of the Sixteen Jaina Mahavidyas
Image of Rama and Sita on the Parsvanatha Temple, Khajurahoaina
Images of Ajitanatha at Khajuraho
Images of Neminatha at Khajuraho
Images of Sambhavanatha at Khajuraho
Jaina Sculptures at Kumbharia
Jaina Sculptures of Ganesa from Western India
Jaina Yaksi Ambika at Deogarh
Jaina Yaksi Cakresvari at Deogarh
Jina Images in the Archaeological Museum, Khajuraho
Jinas or Tirthankaras
Minor Deities
Sarasvati in Jaina Sculptures of Khajuraho
The Sixteen Jaina Godesses on the Adinata Temple at Khajraho
Yaksi Ambia at Khajuraho
Yaksi Padmav ati at Deogarh
Essence of Jainism Sukhalalji, Pnadit A Religion teaching Abstention
Absence of exception in Celibacy
Abstention and Activity
Activity leading to Abstention
Adoption of Niscayanaya Vyavaharanaya
Aim of Sadhu
Alternative Stages of Development Laid down
Another important Difference
Anticipation of Death and Non-Violence
Asoka, Samprati and Kharvel
Atmavidya and Theory of Evolution
Austerity and Endurance of Calamities
Avasyaka Kriya
Background of Sramana and Brahamana thinking
Beginningless of Karma
Belief of Jain and other Philosophies regarding Isvara as the Creater of Universe
Believers only in Dharma, Artha and Karma
Brahama and Its meaning
Brahama and Sama
Brahamana and Jaina Bhandaras
Brief Classification of Answers
Brief in eternity of Scriptures
Buddha and Mahavira
Caritra vidya
Celibacy according to Janism
Change of Place and community Welfare
Clarification on Buddha’s Repudiation
Clarification on Jain Vision
Classification of Religions
Co-ordination of Kriyayoga and Jnana-yoga in Jain Austerity
Compassion of Neminatha
Concept of Equality in Sramana Dharama
Conventional meaning of Pratikramana
Definition of Celibacy
Development of Austerity
Development of the spirit of non-violence
Difference among Acaryas
Difference in Knowledge and Conduct
Difference of philosophical vision of Niscaya in Jainism and Upanisads
Doctrine of different viewpoints
Domination of Austerity even before Mahavira
Dravyarthika and Paryayarthika Naya
Eastern and Western Philosophy, A Comparison
Emphasis on a state of Detachment
Erection and Development of Treasures of Knowledge
Essence of Jain Culture
Essence of Jainism
Excellent arrangement for the preservation of Divine Wealth
Expectations and Anekanta
Five Paramesthis
Four Institutions
Four Sanghas
Fourteen Stages of Gunsthana
Function of Saptabhangi
General Explanation
Genuine Undefilement
Glory of Knowledge and its means
God , Preceptor and Religious Elements
Heart of Jaina Culture
History of Independence
Hoary Path of Nirgrantha Cult
Ideals of Jain Tradition
Indefinability of the Nature of Jiva
Independent existence of Atma and Rebirth
Influence of Nigrantha tradition on Buddha
Influence on each other and synthesis
Initial Background
Institution of Holy Places
Institution of Knowledge
Isvara , Why he is not the Creater of Universe
It is not doubtful Knowledge
Its Belief and Thoughts
Its Ceremony in Ancient Days
Its Influence and Development
Jaina Philosophy
Jaina View and Ishvara
Jainas and Mimamsakas
Jainas and of the Jaina Discussion
Jainism , Gita and Gandhiji with regard to Heroism
Jiva , the cause of its own obstruction
Jiva and Isvara
Jiva and Isvara
JIva and Pancaparamesthi
Jiva Self-evident or the Result of material mixture
Karma Elements
Karma vidya and Freedom from Bondage
Karmasastra , a part of spiritualism
Kumarapala and Akbar
Mahavira’s Non-violence
Meaning of Paramesthi
Meaning of the Word Karma and its synonyms
Narration of Non-Violence in Agamas
Naturalness and Propriety of the Order
Nature and Purpose of Types of Salutations
Nature of Jaina Stream of Thought
Nature of Karma
Nature of Six Avasyakas
Need of Karma Element
Nigrantha cults in Jainism
Nigrantha Tradition dominated by Austerity
Nirgrantha Cults
Niscaya from Acara poit of view
Nivartaka Dharma
Non-Sectarian vision of Jaina Bhandaras
Non-Violence and Nun-Hurt
Non-Violence but spiritual Heroism
Oneness of basic Questions on Life
Opposition against Vedic violence
Origin of the word `Naigama’ and its meaning
Other Propagators
Other six meaning
Other-world-line of Arihantas
Parisah hardship
Parsvanatha’s Protest
Paryusana and Samvatsari
Peculiar thinking of Jain Philosophy about Karma
Perspective of Religion, its sublimation
Philosophical Questions
Philosophy and Cult
Philosophy and Religion, their Relation
Pitfalls in Celibacy
Pravartaka Dharna
Principal Sramana Cult
Prohibitive and Prespiritive Forms of Amari
Promulgators of the Sramana Tradition
Proof of Spread of Non-violence
Purpose of Culture
Purpose of Jaina festival
Qualified Men and Women
Reasons of Opposition between Jains and Buddhas
Reference to four important options
Religion – Universal wealth
Religion and Culture
Religion and Ethics
Religion and Intellect
Religion and Sect
Religion and Thought
Religion, Philosophy, Culture
Repudiation of the vision of non-absolutism
Right Faith , Wrong Faith
Sama and Samata
Samayikas etc.
Sangha of Female Ascetics and its impact on the Buddha Sangh
Saptabhangi and its basis
Service to Humanity
Some Detailed Comparison
Some Problems
Some Thinking on Jiva
Some thinking on meanig of Avaktavya
Sphere of activity of seven Nayas
Spirit of Equality and Theory of Non-Extremism
Spiritualism and Avasyka Kriya
Stages of Spiritual Development
Stages of the Jaina Discussion
Stautvidya and Pramanvidya
Stream of Culture
Suicide in Buddism
Test of Papa and Punya
The Aim of Celibacy and Means
The Aim of Religion
The Brahamana and Sramana Tradition
The First Type of Eight Visions
The Jaina Process
The Meaning
The Paryusana
The Second Type
The seed of Religion
The seven Bhangas
Their Difference
Theory of Non-Absolutism
Things worth knowing
Thinking on Karma
Those whose Purusartha was Emancipation
Thoughts on the element of karma and its Knowers
Three Stages of Atma
Truth , the basis of non-absolutism
Two Forms of Jain Culture
Two Forms of Religion, external and internal
Two Religious Institutions
Variety and Widening of the form of Celibacy
View of non-absolutism by Mahavira
Viewpoint of Supreme Reality that inspires unity inspite opposition
Violence of the Non-Violent Type
Vision of non-absolutism in other philosophies
Ways of Freedom from Karma
What Culture Indicates
When is End of Body , a Suicide
Wide view of Karmavada
Wise Constitution
Essential of Jainism Jain, Devendra Kumar My Aspirations, English trans.  of Meri bhavana of `Mukhtar’
Essential of Jainism Jain, Duli Chand How Karma Theory Relates to Modern Science
Selections from Tattvartha Sutra of Acharya Umaswami
Essential of Jainism Jain, Rajendra Kumar Meditation in Jain Scriptures , English Adaptation of Dhyan by Nemichandra
Essential of Jainism Jain, Ratan Kumar A Panoramic View of Jainism
Facets of Jaina Religiousness in Comparative Light Joshi, L.  M. Anityanupreksa
Comparative Notes
Introduction :  Jaina Faith
Jaina Conception of the Holy Pentad
Preliminary Remarks
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
First steps to jainism Part I, five basic steps Sancheti, Asoo Lal Five Worships (Panch Parmeshthi)
Ground Work to First steps to Jainism
The Seven Fundamentals (Tatva)
The Three Hallmarks(Lakshana)
The Three Jewels (Ratna)
The Universe – Six Substances (Dravya)
Ganadharavada Bhuvanbhanusuri, Vijay Acharya 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
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
Nyaya-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”
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
Glimpses of Jainism Diwaker, S.  C. Jainism and Peace
The Antiquity of Jainism
The Doctrine of Ahimsa
The Doctrine of Syadvada
The Philosophy of Karma
Gommatsara Jivakanda Chakravarti, Nemichandra Siddhanta 406 Soul – Classes of Mundane souls
8 – Kinds of Knowledge
Bhoga Bhumi
Brief Statement of 21 kinds of Numbers
Capacity of Liberation
Conditions of Existence
Conditions of Existence
Consciousness Attention Knowledge
description of Degrees
Early Jaina Sacred Literature
Extent of Existence
Five Parikarmas
Fourteen Purvagatas
Group – souled Vegetables
Jaghanya Parita Ananta
Jaghanya Parita Asamkhyata
Modifications & Quantity
Popular aspect of the Philosophy in the Book
Possibility of Omniscience
Right-belief soul-quest
Sex Inclination
Siddhanta Chakravarti
Siddhanta Chakravarti
Soul – clauses
Soul – Quest
Soul – Quests Condition of Existence
Soul Classes
Spiritual Stages
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 of Existence
Vibratory Activities
11 Pratimas
148 Subclauses of Karmas
4 Age
5 Knowledge – Obscuring
5 Obstructive
9 Conation Obscuring
93 Body Making
Body Making
Bondage, Operation and existence of Karmas
Causes of Bondage
Differences in Inflow
Duration of Bondage
Family Determining
Family Determining
Fruition of karma
Inflow of Karmic Matter
Inflow of the Eight Karmas
Karmic Matter
Kinds of Bondage
Kinds ofInflow
Knowledge and Conation Obscuring
Nature of Karmic Matter
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
Wrong Belief
Guidelines of Jainism Bhadrabahuvijay Ajiv
Akshay Tritya
Alcoholic drinks should be renounced
Ashadh Chaturdasi
Atthai Mahotsav
Before Assuming Dharma
Bhagwan Mahavir
Bhai Beej
Conferring a status or a title
Even the egg is dangetous
Figures relating to the item of food containing protein
Gochari ( obtaining food )
It is necessary to filter water
Jain Literature
Jap and Dhyan ( Meditation )
Jnan Panchami
Kartik Poornima
Kashay Passions
Maun Ekadashi
Navapad Oli
Paryushan Mahaparva
Paush Dashami
Penance and the code of conduct
Prarthana ( Prayer )
Prathist a Mahotsav
Punarjanma (re-birth)
Sadharmik Vatsalya
Samiti and gupti
Samjana (Gonads)
Sangh Yatra
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
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
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
Haribhadra’s Yoga Works and Psychosynthesis Desai, S.  M. I.  Haribhadra, Jainism and Yoga
II.  Haribhadra’s Synthesis of Yoga
III.  A Model for Psychosynthesis Today
Homage to Sravana Belgola Anand, Mulk Raj The Lapsing of the Jina as the source of the living force of the images in Jain Art
Bonta, Robert J.  del Temples and Monuments of Shravana Belgola
Doshi, Saryu The Art Treasures of Shravana Belgola
Doshi, Saryu The Pilgrims path of Shravana Belgola
Gorakshkar, S.  V. Jain Metal Images from Deccan Karnataka
Heggade, Veerendra Dr. Yakshagana and its relevance to Jainism
Jain, Jyotindra The Rituals of Bath in Jainism
Jain, L.  C. The Legend of Bahubali, quintessence of quest and conquest
Kalghatgi, T.  G. The Three Jewels of Jain Philosophy
Ritti, Shrinivas Jain Inscriptions
Sanghave, Vilas The Mahamastakabhisheka
Srinivasan, L.  K. Shravana Belgola in legend and history
Sundara, A Nishidhi Stones and the ritual of sallekhana
India as described in early Texts of Buddhism and Jainism Law, Bimala Churn Education and Learning
Kings and People
Social Life and Economic Conditions
India as known to Haribhadra Suri Shukla, R.  S. Economic Life
Political Condition of Western India in the time of Haribhadra
Polity, Administration and Judicial System
Religious Life
Social Life
The Life, Learning, Works and Date of Haribhadra
Indian Philosophy Sukhalalji, Pt. Concluding Remarks
Lecture Five
Lecture Four
Lecture One
Lecture Three
Lecture Two
Philosophy and Life
Philosophy or the Science of Fundamental Principles-its Origin and its Subject-matter (World, Soul and God)
Soul:  The Conscious Element
The Element God
The Relation of Cause and Effect:  The Foundation of Philosphical Cognition and the Limitation of Knowledge-Capacity
World:  The Non-conscious Element
Jain Miniature Paintings from Western India Chandra, Moti Carrers and Implements
Costumes and Ornaments
Descriptions of the Plates
Esthetic Considerations in Western Indian Painting
Historical Background
Miniatures in the Paper Period (Circa 1400-1600 A.D.)
Miniatures on Palm-leaf
Painted Wooden Book-covers
Painting on Cloth
Pigments, Brushes, Pencils, etc.
Technical Process and the Treatment of the Human Figure and Landscape
Jain Moral Doctrine Bhattacharya, Hari Satya Dr 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
Jain Paintings Vol.  I Nawab, Sarabhai Discription of the Colour Plates
Discription of the Monochrome Plates
Hstorical Background
Miniatures of Palm-leaf
Painted Wooden Book-covers
Jain Philosophy Historial Outline Bhattacharya, Narendra Nath 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
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
Jain Tarka Bhasha Bhargav, Dayanand Dr. On the organ of knowledge
On the Partial Point of View
On the Symbol
Jaina Art and Architecture Vol I Editorial Observations to Jaina Art and Architecture
Banerjee, P. East India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Champakalakshmi, R.  Dr. South India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 B.C.  to 300 A.D.
Deo, S.  B.  Dr. Expansion of Jainism
Deshpande, M.  N. The Background and Traditions
Deva, Krishna Central India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Deva, Krishna North India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Deva, Krishna West India – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Jain, Jyoti Prasad Dr. Genesis and Spirit of Jaina Art
Joshi, N.  P.  Dr. Mathura – Monuments and Sculpture 300 A.D.  to 600 A.D.
Mishra, R.  N.  Dr. East India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 A.D.  to 600 A.D.
Mitra, Debala Shrimati East India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 B.C.  to 300 A.D.
Mitra, Debala Shrimati Mathura – Monuments and Sculpture 300 B.C.  to 300 A.D.
Shah, U.  P. Central India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 A.D.  to 600 A.D.
Shah, U.  P. Central India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 A.D.  to 600 A.D.
Shah, U.  P. West India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 A.D.  to 600 A.D.
Shah, U.  P. West India – Monuments and Sculpture 300 B.C.  to 300 A.D.
Srinivasan, K.  R. The Deccan – Monuments and Sculpture 600 A.D.  to 1000
Upadhye, A.  N.  Dr. The Ethical Background
Jaina Art and Architecture Vol II Bajpai, Krishna Deva Central India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Bhattacharya, Asok K.  Dr. West India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Deva, Krishna Central India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Deva, Krishna West India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Joshi, M.  C. North India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Joshi, M.  C. North India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Joshi, M.  C. North India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Rajan, K.  V.  Soundara The Deccan and South India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
SAraswati, S.  K. East India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Saraswati, S.  K. East India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Sivaramamurti, C. Mural Paintings
Srinivasan, K.  R. South India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  600 to 1000
Srinivasan, P.  R. The Deccan and South India – Monuments and Sculpture A.D.  1000 to 1300
Jaina Art and Architecture Vol III Agrawala, R.  C. Museums in Rajasthan – Art Objects in Museums
Amar, Gopilal Architecture
Chandra, Moti Dr. Prince of Wales Museum, Bombay – Art Objects in Museums
Dwiwedi, V.  P.  Dr. Wood Carvings
Gai, G.  S.  Dr. Epigraphic and Numismatic Sources
Ghosh, A. Museum for indische Kunst, Berlin-Dahlem – Art Objects in Museums
Jain, Balchandra Museums in Madhya Pradesh – Art Objects in Museums
Jain, Bhagchandra Collections at Deogarh – Art Objects in Museums
Jain, Bhagchandra Some Jaina Bronzes from American Collections – Art Objects in Museums
Khan, Mohd Abdul Waheed Museums in Andhra Pradesh – Art Objects in Museums
Khandalavala, Karl Miniature Paintings
Shah, U.  P.  Dr. Iconography
Sharma, B.  N. British Museum, London – Art Objects in Museums
Sharma, B.  N. Musee Guimet, Paris – Art Objects in Museums
Sharma, B.  N. National Museum, New Delhi – Art Objects in Museums
Sharma, B.  N. Victoria and Albert Museum, London – Art Objects in Museums
Srinivasan, K.  R. Museums in Tamil Nadu – Art Objects in Museums
VAnaja, R.  Miss CAnons and Symbolism
VAnaja, R.  Miss Symbols on South Indian Coins
Jaina Community Sangave, Vilas adinath A list showing gotras, dynasties, places of origin and family deities found in the Khandelvala caste.
Achievements of Jainas
Age Distribution of Jaina Population
Age of Marriage
Attemts of Reconciliation
Caste and Education
Caste Feasts
Castes and Charitable Institutions
Castes and Social Reform
Castes and Subcastes
Castes and Temples
Castes Panchayatas
Causes of Decline of Jainism
Choice of Occupation
Choice of Partners
Consummation of Marriage
Criticism of Jaina Ethics
Death Ceremonies
Death Ceremonies
Dissolution of Wedlock
Distinguished Personalities in families
Distribution of Jaina Population by Civil Condition
Dress and Ornaments
Early History of Jaina Religion
Ethics and Miscellaneous Customs and Manners
Family Organization
Fertility and Longevity of the Jainas
Festivals and Fasts
Food and Drik
Forms of Marriage
Fundamentals Principles of Jainism
Institution of Bhattaraka
Inter-Relation of Castes
Introduction to Social Divisions in Jaina Community
Introduction to The Working Model
Introductory to Ethics and Miscellaneous Customs and Manners
Jaina and Hindu Castes
Jaina Caste System
Jaina Castes in the Deccan
Jaina Castes in the North
Jaina Castes in the South
Jaina Conception of Varnas and Classes
Jaina Culture
Jaina Ethics
Jaina Fasts
Jaina Festivals
Jaina Institutions
Jaina Language
Jaina Philosophy
Jaina Priests
Jaina Priests
Jaina Rites
Jaina Samaskara
Jaina Samskaras
Jaina Superstitions
Jaina Tirthankaras or Places of Worship
Jaina Worship
Jainas in Ascetic Stage
Language and Literature
Marriage and Position of Woman
Marriage Preliminaries and Cerimonies
Meaning of Jainism
Migration of Families
Moksa Marga or Way to Salvation
Name of 84 Castes in Jaina Community as given by Mr.  P.  D.  Jain.
Name of 84 Castes in Jaina Community as given by Prof.  H.  H.  Wilson
Name of 84 Castes in Jaina Community from Gujarat
Name of 84 Castes in Jaina Community with places of their origin
Name of Castes and subcastes with their population figures as given by Svetambra Jaina directory 1909 for Gujaratha
Name of Castes in Jaina Community from the Deccan.
Name of Castes with their population figures as given by All India Digambra Jaina directory
Name of Digambra Castes and subcastes with their population according to Provinces 1914.
Names and Surnames
Names of Gotras found among agarvala Jainas as given by various authors.
Names of Gotras found in the Srimala caste of Jainas.
Normality of Marriage
Number of Criminals
Occupation and Profession
Occupations and Professions
Origin of Castes
Population and Distribution of Castes
Present Problem and the Way out
Problem of Widows
Qualifications of Parties to the Union
Reasons for Survival of Jainas
Regional Distribution of Jaina Population
Religious Disabilities
Religious Divisions in Jaina Community
Religious Education
Religious Sanctions to Castes
Rise of Sections and Sub-sections
Rules of Endogamy and Exogamy
Rural – Urban Distribution of Jaina Population
Sacred Thread
Sangha, Gana, Gachha and Sakha
Sects and Subsects
Sex Distribution of Jaina Population
Social Divisions in Jaina Community
Some Important Things about Jaina Castes
Statement showing age distribution of 10,000 of each sex in the Jaina Community in the Bombay Presidency from 1881 to 1931
Statement showing Distribution and Percent increase of Jaina Population 1951, 1961.  and 1971 censuses
Statement showing distribution by Main Age Periods and civil condition of 10,000 of each sex and Religion in Bombay Presidency from 1881 to 1931
Statement showing distribution by Main Age Periods and civil condition of 10,000 of each sex and Religion in Bombay Presidency according to 1931 census.
Statement showing Distribution of Jaina Population 1971 Census
Statement showing Distribution of Jaina Population among the the former British Provinces and Indian States according to census from 1911 to 1941
Statement showing Districtwise density of Jaina Population (arranged in descending order 1971 census)
Statement showing number per 10,000 of Jaina Population who live in Towns according to 1901 to 1941 census.
Statement showing Rural Distribution of Jaina Population ( 1971 census)
Statement showing sex Distribution of Jaina Population ( 1971 census)
Statement showing the Districts having more than 2 Percentage of Jaina Population of the District (1971 census)
Statement showing the mean ages by sex for the different Provinces and States and for Religions according to 1931 census
Statement showing the number per 10,000 of the Population who are Jainas at the Censuses from 1881 to 1941
Statement showing Urban Distribution of Jaina Population ( 1971 census)
The Family Diety
The Great Schism
The Historical Backgroud
The Major and Minor Subsects
The Object of Marriage
The Position of Woman
The Two Main Sects
The Working Model
Theory of Karma
Total and Growth of Jaina Population
What is Marriage
Widow Remarriage
Worship of Hindu Deities
Jaina Literature in Tamil Chakravarti, A. Appendix:  Jaina Epigraphs in Tamil
Cultureal Background of Jainism
Estimate of Jaina Influence
General Editorial
Jaina Literature in Tamil
Jainas in the Tamil Country
Jivaka Cintamani:  Its contents
Kavya Literature
Kural:  Its Authorship and date
Minor Didactic Works
Miscellaneous Works
Nilakesi:  its Analysis
Preface (first edition)
Prof.  A.  Chakravarti (A Biography)
Silappadikaram:  Its Author and contents
Tamil Lexicons
Three Sangams and Jaina Influence
Tolkappiyam and its commentaries
Works on Prosody and Grammar
Jaina Monastic Jurisprudence Deo, Shantaram Bhalchandra BThe Custodian of Monastic Jurisprudence
Laws of Jurisprudence and their Working
The Background to Monastic Jurisprudence
Transgressions and Punishments
Jaina Monuments of India Ramchandran, T.  N. Jaina Iconography
Jaina Painten Manuscript Covers
Metal Images
North India
South India
Jaina Monuments of Orissa Mohapatra, R.  P. Background and Tradition
History of Jainsim of Orissa
Jaina Arcitecture of Orissa
Jaina Art of Orissa
Jaina Icongraphy of Orissa
List of Abbreviations
List of Illustrations
Survey of Jaina Monuments of Orissa
Jaina Moral Doctrine Bhattacharya, Satya, Hari 6.  Chapter IV Opposition To Immorality
7.  Chapter V Cardinal Virtues
Jaina Paintings Vol II Nawab, Sarabhai Description of the Colured Plates
Description of the Ilustrated manuscripts
Description of the Plates
Miniatures in the Paper Period
Jaina Psychology Jain, C.  R. A Train of Thought
Association of ideas
Dreams and Visions
Free will and Predestination
Material Parallelism
Memory and Recollection
Motor Mechanisms
Pleasure and Pain
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
Jaina Psychology Mehta, Lal, Mohan Apprehension and comprehension as identical
Causes of bondage and liberation
Cognition as one of the attributes of living being
Consciousness and cognition
Consciousness as the essential characteristic of soul
Determinism and freedom of will
Differentiation of apprehension and comprehension
Indeterminate cognition and Indian schools of psychology
Intensity of fruition
Introspection and observation
Jaina account of karma
Jaina account of sense-organs
Jaina conception of indeterminite congnition
Karma:  The Basis of Jaina Psychology
Law of Karma
Length of duration
Meaning of karma
Modern psychology on indeterminate cognition
Nature and functions of sense-organs
Nature of karma
Physical sense-organs
Quantity of karmic matter
Realisitic account of apprehension
Sensory and Mental Comprehension
Simultaneity of apprehensiion and comprehension
Some other theories
Soul as the principle of consciousness
Successive occurrence of apprehension and comprehension
Temporal relation between apprehension and comprehension
Various states of karma
Jaina Psychology Metha, Lal, Mohan Activity and its control
Animal beings
Apprehension and comprehension
Arguments for the existence of omniscience
Auspicious conduct
Categories of non-verbal comprehension
Cause of feeling
Celestial state of life
Classes of beings
Classes of beings
Co-existence of emotions
Co-existence of emotions
Co-existence of pleasure and pain
Conclusion and Recapitulation
Conditions of the control
Conquest of affliction
Contact-awareness and object-apprehension
Control of activity
Denizens of hell
Differentiation of non-verbal and verbal comprehension
Differneces of emotion, attitude, and activity
Eight stages of self-realization
Eightfold path of self-realisation
Extra-sensory perception
Extra-Sensory Perception
Feeling and the omniscient
Feeling and the omniscient
Feeling as a positive experience
Human state of existence
Individual immortality
Jaina account of extra-sensory perception
Jaina account of karma
Jaina account of transmigration
Karma and soul
Kinds of meditation
Liking, disliking, and disgust
Meaning of karma
Memory and its process
Mental activity
Mild emotions
Moral virtue
Motor organs
Nature of activity
Nature of emotions
Nature of meditaion
Non-verbal sensory and mental comprehension
Physical activity
Physical austerity
Physical senses
Pleasure and pain
Position of mind
Principle of consciousness
Problem of contact
Progression and retrogression
Psychical research on extra-sensory perception
Recollection and recognition
Role of mortification
Sense-Feeling and Emotion
Sensory and mental comprehension
Sex drive
Significance of the doctrine of karma
Some objections to rebirth
Strong emotions
Temporal relation between apprehension and comprehension
Types of sense-feeling
Typws of strong emotions
Varieties of attitude
Verbal comprehension
Verbal comprehension
Vocal activity
Jaina Religion and Philosophy Sastri, Muni, Devendra, Sri, Vacaspati, Sahitya A Glossory of Jian Technical Terms
A Major Religion
After Lord Mahavira
Atmavada (A doctrine of soul)
Cheda Sutras
Discrimination in Food (Ahara Viveka)
God’s doing (Isvara-kartrtva)
Jaian-Dharma:  Historical Introduction:
Jaina Culture:
Jaina Dharma:
Jaina Literature
Jaina Literature
Jaina Literature in apbhransa language
Jaina literature in Gujrati language
Jaina literature in Hindi and other languages
Jaina literature in Kannad language
Jaina literature in Marathi language
Jaina literature in Rajasthan language
Jaina Literature in Sanskrit Language
Jaina literature in Tamil language
Jaina literature in Telgu language
Jaina Metaphysics
Jaina Philosophy
Jaina yoga
Karmavada) The Doctrine of Karma)
Lokasthiti (The world situation)
Lord (Bhagvan Rsabhadeva
Lord Mahavira
Mahamantra Navkar
Pramana (Source and Proof of knowledge
Samanvaya (unity and equainimty of all)
Saptabhamgi (Seven-modalities)
SDatdravya (The sic substances)
Some special Rules to be observed by the Jaina Saints
Special Jaina Festivals (Visista Jaina Parva)
Sramana-Dharma the ideal of a renunciate
Sravaka Dharm- The Role of a good house-holder
Tatva-vada (Fundamentalism)
Ten Sraman Dharmas
The eight karmas
The Historical form of Jaina-Dharma
The Importance of Jainism
The Jaina Ethical Principles
The other twenty two Tirthankaras
The six essantials (Sadavasyaka)
The use of the word Jain-Dharma””
The vows of Sravaka
Thirthy five qualities of a follower of the Path-Marganusari
Tirthankara Parsva Nath
Twelve meditaions (Dvadasa Bhavnayen)
Jaina Sutras Part II Jacobi, Hermann A monk encounters many difficulties
Another school of Materialists and the forerunners of the Vaiseshikas
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
Exhortation to follow the true Law
Fatalists, Agnosticas, Kriyavadins, Buddhists
Freedom from error; (what should be maintained and what not)
Harikesa, (a kandala, turned monk; his victory over a Brahman, who he converts)
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
Impurity (Carefulness required for obtaining the end)
Index of Names and Subjects
Index of Sanskrit and Prakrit Words
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)
Materialist, Vedantins, other materialists, Akriyavadins, forerunners of the Vaiseshikas, Bauddhas, Ganayas
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)
Pauranikas, the followers of Gosala, Vainayikas
Praise of Mahavira
Rathanemi.  (The renunciations of Arishtanemi his wife Rajimati exhorts Rathanemi0
Refutation of the 363 heretical philosophical schools
Renunciation of activity.  (An action is isnful though it be done unconsciously)
Right conduct of monks, and of laymen
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
Several objections removed
Some more wicked practices
Some popular beliefs, Conclusion
Some wicked practices described
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 fatalists
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 Materialisits
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 twelve kinds of committing sin, and sinless actions
The Vedantins
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
Jaina Temples of Western India Singh, Harihar Abbreviations
Historical and Cultural Background
Indo-Greek Period
Ksatrapa Period
List of Illustrations
Mauryan Period
Political Situation
Pre-historic and Proto-historic Period
Pre-Mauryan Period
Jaina View of Life Kalghati, T.  G.  Dr. 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
Bahiratman Antaratman and Paramatman
Compared with distinction between `Me’ and `I’ of William James
Concept of man in philosophy
Concept of Mind
Conception of soul in philosophy
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
Divinity of Man
Dravya manas and Bhava manas
Eleven Pratimas
Empiricist way
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
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
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
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
Jaina Yakshas Sharma, J.  P. Conclusion to Yakshas
Introduction to Yaksas
Yakshas as Guardians of the Jinas
Yakshas in the Bhuddhist Literature
Yakshas in the Early Jaina Sources
Yakshas in the Hindu Sources
Authors – Digambara Sampradaya
Authors – Svetambara Sampradaya
Categories of food
Categories of Sravakas
Pratikaramana and Alocana
Ratri bhojana
Samyaktva and mithyatva
The Abhaksyas
The Ananta-kayas
The Anartha-danda-vrata
The Anupreksas
The Aparigraha-vrata
The Asatanas
The Bhavanas
The Bhogopabhogo parimana vrata
The Brahama Vratas
The Caitya
The Caitya vandana
The Dana vrata
The Desavakasika vrata
The Dig Vrata
The Dina – carya
The Gatis
The Kalas
The Kayotsarga
The Kriyas
The Mula-gunas
The Namaskara
The Necessary Duties
The Posadhopavasa vrata
The Pratimas
The Professions
The Puja
The Ratna – Traya
The Samayika vrata
The Seven Vyasanas
The Sravaka gunas
The vandanaka
The Vratas
The Yatra
Vinaya and Vaiyavrttya
Jaina-Rupa-Mandana Shah, Umakant Devadhideva-Tirthankara
Four Mour Popular Yaksinis
Iconography of 24 Tirthankaras
Kulakaras and Salakapurusas
List of Plates with Acknowledgements
Notes on the Jaina Pantheon
Origin of the Jina-Image and the Jivantasvami Pratima
Parents of the Tirthankaras
Jainism Granthmala, Navjivan Jainism and World Peace
Principles of Jainism
The Jain Notion of the Soul
Jainism Talib, Singh, Gurbachan Foreward
I.  Historical Survey of Jainism
II.  Jaina Philosophy
III.  Jaina Faith and Morals
Jiana Monastic Discipline
Our Contributors
V.  Jaina yoga and Mysticism
VI.  Jaina Literature and Arut
Jainism ( Some Essays ) Malvania, Dalsukh D. A Note on Lord Mahavira’s Clan
Bhagvan Buddha and Bhagvan Mahavira
Bhagvan Mahavira Sramana Samskriti and God
Bhaktimarga and Jainism
Epithets of Lord Mahavira in Early Jaina Canon
Fundamentals of the Jaina Code of Conduct
Hindu Religion and Jaina Religion
Jaina Religion
Jaina Theory of Practice of Non-Violence
Jainism and Buddhism
Some of the Common Features in the Life-stories of the Buddha & Mahavira
Theory of Manifold Aspects
Jainism in a Nutshell Kirtichandera, Acharaya Sri 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
Six substances
Some views of the great men
The most miraculous benedictoy hymm
Worship of God
Jainism in Early Medieval Karnataka Singh, Ram Bhusan Prasad Idol Worship and Tantrism
Origin and Growth of Jaina Monachism in Karnataka
Religious Rituals and practices of the Jaina in Karnataka
Jainism in North India (800 B.  C.  – 526 A.  D.) Shah, Chamanlal J. A gradual change in the history of Indian thought and outlook on life
A Great flourish of religion in India
Ascetic career of Mahavira
Connection between the Jaina church of Parsva and Mahavira
Early references to Jainism in Buddhist Literature
Exchange of Embryo
Grounds of Parsva historicity
Increasing Influence of the Brahamans and the privileges of the caste system
Indication of the term Jainism
Jainism before Mahavira
Jainism in general
Jinas the spiritual leader of the Jains
Jiva, Ajiva, Punya, Papa, Asrava, Samvara, Nirjara, Moksa
Life of Mahavira
Mahavira and His times
Mahavira comes two hundred and fifty years after Parsva
Mahavira’s nudity and the interpretation of the Jaina canon
Mahavira’s parents are worshippers of Parsva and followers of Sramanas
Mahavira’s wanderings covered a wide area
Modern scholars on the antiquity of Jainism
No anti-Brahaman prejudices at the root of this great revolution
Origin of Jainism
Origin of the world according to the Jainas
Parsva and Mahavira considered historical personages
References to Jainism in Hindu literature
Some details about Parsva
The date of Mahavira’s Nirvana
Traditional claim to Antiquity higher than modern criticism admits
Virtual ending with with Mahavira and Buddha of the abuse begotten of the privileges of the caste system
Jainism in North India (800 B.  C.  – 526 A.  D.) Shah, Chimanlal J. A lacuna of two hudred and fifty years
A mania why Jainism is still a living sect
Absence of all data from Parsva to Mahavira
After Kharavela comes Vikramaditya of Ujjain
All these clans had directly or indirectly come under the influence of Mahavira’s Teaching
An absolved soul said to enjoy all the attributes of God
Ayagopatas of Mathura
Bhadrabahu the oldest commentator
Caves of Orissa- their artistic importance etc.
Certain characteristics of Indian art in general
Commentatorial works called the Nijjuttis or Niryuktis
Contents of Inscription
Dated and undated Kushana inscription
Dharmadasagani the contemporary of Mahavira
Dhruvasena I, the fourth in the Vallabhi list, and the end of the unrecorded period of Jaina history
Different Dynasties that rule over Magadha and the Jaina church
Digambara belief regarding the Svetambara canon
Doctrine of Syadvada or Anekantavada
Dr.  Barua and the Ajivika sect of Gosala
Empire of Magadha and its importance in the llight of Jaina history
Epigraphic evidence of the sympathy of the Guptas toward the Jainas
Era of Vikrama and Siddhasena Divakara
Extent of the Gupta Empire
Final separation about the period of the great council at vallabhi
Four Mulasutra
Fourteen Purvas
Gardhabhilla, the predecessor of Vikrama, and Kalikacarya
General unanimity about the priod of schism
Gosala Mankhaliputta the most prominent rival of Mahavira
Gosala’s influence on the formulation of the reformed church of Mahavira
Grounds in favour of the Svetambara
Historical background from the Kushanas down to the advent of the Guptas
Historical Importance of this fragmentary evidence
Ideal of Ahimsa
Importance of Orissa in the light of Jaina history
Indication of the term Tirthankara
Introductory Remarks
Jaina Art in the North
Jaina Literature of the North
Jaina literature the only data for the period of Parsva
Jainism finds its best expression in Architecture
Jainism in Kalinga Desa
Jainism in Kalinga Desa is Jainism of the days of Kharavela
Jainism in Royal Families 800 B.C.  – 200 B.C.
Kharavela and the Jaina religion
Language of the canon
Mathura Inscriptions
Mathura inscriptions and their importance in the light of the history of the Jaina church
Mathura inscriptions connected with the satraps of Mathura
Mathura Sculptures and the great schism
Ornamental slab showing Nemesa’s feat
Padaliptacarya and the traditions connected with him
Prominence given to Parsva
Relative position of Mankhaliputta in the great wave of religious enthusiasm in India
Rise of the vallabhis and the end of the Guptas
Root cause of schism :  Is nudity a necessary condition of saintship
Royal patronage in the days of Parsva
Ruins neighboring the Hathigumpha insciption
Saint Kalka and Satayana and Pratishthanapura
Samyag-Darsana (Right Belief), Samyag-jnana (Right knowledge) and samak-charitra (Right conduct)
Siddhasena Divakara and his times
Siddhasena Divakara and Pudaliptacarya the outstanding luminaries of Jaina history
Six Chedasutra
Some of the archetectural and pictorial remains beyond our period
Some of the most important scisms of the Jaina church
State of Jainism during the Gupta period
State of religion during Gupta period
Ten Painnas
The Ajivika sect from an historical point of view
The Barabhuji, Trisula and Lalatendu-kesar’s caves
The chief points on which the two divisions do not agree
The date of Gosala’s death
The days of Mahavira
The eight lines of the insriptions and the date of Kharavela
The epoch of Parsva
The father Siddartha
The Ganarajas of Kasi-Kosala
The Ganarajas of Kasi-Kosala
The Hathigupha Insciptions
The Hathigupha inscriptions the only historical source for Kharavela
The Idolatrous sect and other minor divisions in the Jaina chuch
The Institution of relic worship in form of Stupa and that of Idolatry among the Jainas
The Jaina Temple on the Khandagiri Hill
The Jainas and the cult of nudity
The Jainas and the cult of Nudity
The Jayavijaya, Swargapuri, Tiger and Serpent cave
The Jnatrikas
The Jnatrikas
The Jnatrikas
The Khandagiri and Udagiri Hills sculptured in 2nd or 3rd cent.  B.C.
The Kuvalayamala tradition and the Jaina chronicle of the Gupta period
The Licchavi
The Mallakins
The Mallakins
The Mauryas
The Nandas
The Rani and Ganesa caves
The Rani and Ganesa Caves
The remains in Mathura
The Saisunagas
The Satbakhra, Navamuni and Ananta caves
The Second Epoch making division in the Jaina church
The seven Ninhagas or Ninhavas – Jamali, Tisagutta, Asadha, Asvamitra, Ganga, Chalue, and Goshtamahila
The Siddhanta of the Jainas
The sixteen Mahajanapadas and the Jaina church
The Svetambara and Digambara sect of the Jainas
The Vajjis
The Vajjis
The Videhans
The Videhans , Licchavis, the Jinarikas and the Ganarajas of Kasi-Kosla
The Vodva Stupas built by the Gods
Those of our period
Tirthakaras and Kevalins or Samanya-Siddha
Torana sculptures of Mathura
Traditional literature of the Jainas and the reality of Vikrama and his era
Twelve Angas
Twelve Upangas
Two disciplines of Samayika and Pratikarmana
Two distinct divisions not in existence till the beginnig of the christiana Era
Two Isolated Texts
Umasvati and his works
Various traditions about the schism
Jainism in Rajasthan Jain, K.  C. Account of the Greek writers of western India
Agarvala Caste
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
Decorative Statues
Destruction caused by Muslims
Devotion of Kriparama towards his master
Dharkata Vamsa
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
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
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
Harishima as an administrator
Harsagara Jnanabhandaras of Lohavata
Heroic and Philonthropic deeds of Muhanota Jayamala
Hindu Gods and Goddesses
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
Kashtha Samgha
Kashtha Samgha in Rajasthan
Kathas and Kathanakas
Kavyas, Mahakavyas, and other small poems
Khandelavala Caste
Kharatara Gachchha , Tapa Gachchha …  in Sirohi State, Jodhpur state…
Letters and documents
Literary works
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
Muhanota Nainasi as an administrator
Mula Samgha
Mula Samgha in Rajasthan
Nagaur Granthabhandaras
Narasimhapura and Jaisavala Castes
Narrative Illustrations
No Samgha in early period
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
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
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
Udaipur and Jaina Statesmen
Under Pratiharas
Underground Temples
Vastupala, Jodhpur
Vastupala, Jodhpur
Vijayarama Chhabara as a diplomat
Warlike deeds of Vimaladasa
Why Sastrabhandaras in Rajasthan have survived
Works on Mathematics
Works on Medicine
Worship of Yantras
Writings of foreigners
Jainism The Path of Purity and Peace Oldfield, Ken An Outline of Jain History
Further reading for Teachers and Pupils
Jain Art and Architecture
Jain Life-styles
Jains in Britan
Non-violence- The Universal and Eteranl Law
Taking a Jain World-view
The Life of Mahavira
Why Study Jainism?
Jainism, Non-Violence and Vegetarianism Salgia, Tansukh J.  Dr. Jainism , Vegetarianism and Health
Jainism in a Nutshell
Vegetarianism and Medical Scientists
Vegetarianism and Moral Thinkers
Vegetarianism and Religions of the World
Views on Jainism and Ahimsa
Jeevan Vigyan Mahapragya, Yuvacharya Educatiion and the Problme of the Mind
Jeevan Vigyan (The Science of Living) What?  and Why?
The Development of an Independent Personality
The Problem of Education (I)
The Problem of Education (II)
The Science of Living and Experiments in Intuition
The Science of Living and the Building of a New Generation
The Science of Living:  A New Dimension of Education
The Science of Living:  Its Basis and Process
Why Teach the Science of Living?  (I)
Why Teach the Science of Living?  (II)
Jnanasara Yashovijayaji Mahopadhyaya Abandoning of Possesion
Aversion to Worldly Existence
Aversion World-Consciousness
Avoidance of self-praise
Correct Knowledge
Philosophical Insight
Religious Activities
Synthesis of All View-Points
The victory over sense-organs
Thoughts on Maturing of the Karmas
Total Prosperity
Kalpa Sutra Lalwani, K.  C. Arhat Aristanemi
Arhat Parsva
Arhat Rsbha
Biographical Sketches of the Jinas
List of Senior Monks
Notes and Comments
On Twentu Tirthankaras
Presciption for the Parjusana
Sramana Bhagawan Mahavira
Karma Philosophy in Jainism Chandrashekharvijayji, Muni Shri 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
Laghutattvasphota of Amrtacandrasuri Jaini, P, S. `Anushtupchand’
`Pushpitaya chand’
Lectures on Jainism, Annual Lecture series #1 Tatia, Nathmal Asava
Atma as empirical and transcendental
Attachment to life
Bondage and Emancipation
Buddist Asceticism
Catuyama samvara
Caujjama – dhamma
Clusters of Concepts
Definition and types of Dhyana
Fearlessness and friendship
Greek Ascetism
Hindu Asceticism
In Christianity
In Judaism
In Non-Jaina thought
In the Avesta
In the Avesta
In the classical period
In the classical period
Introduction to The Ascetism of Jaina
Jaina Asceticism
Japanese Asceticism
Jnana and Darsana
Later Thinkers
Pithy sayings
Raudra Dhyana
Samvara as Anekanta, Ahimsa and aparigraha
The Anuyogadvaras and Niksepas
The Arta Dhyana
The Ascetism of Jaina
The Classical period
The Dharama Dhyana
The Doctrine of Anekanta
The five Mahavratas
The Jaina Philosophy of Samvara
The marga
The Origin
The place of Dhayana in Jainism
The six external tapas
The six external Tapas
The six internal tapas
The Sukla Dhyana
The three stages
The transition period
Twelve types of Tapas
Vital role of Samvara
Life and Teachings of Lord Mahvira Jain, Kailashchand Life and Teachings of Lord Mahavira
Administration of Justice
Administrative Organisation,
Ajivika an Important Sect
Ajja and Kottakiriya
Aquisition of Spells
Arts and Sciences
Assesment and Collection
Brahmi and Kharostri Scripts
Building Industries