KALPASUTRA PDF

Jainism is one of the oldest religions to have survived until the present time and its basic teaching is one of non-violence. The Kalpasutra is divided into three sections. The second part deals with the life of Mahavira, the twenty-fourth Tirthankara. The third part deals with rules for the ascetics and laws during the four months chaturmas of the rainy season, when ascetics temporarily abandon their wandering life and settle down amidst the laity. This is the time when the festival of Paryushan is celebrated and the Kalpasutra is traditionally recited.

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Jainism is one of the oldest religions to have survived until the present time and its basic teaching is one of non-violence. The Kalpasutra is divided into three sections. The second part deals with the life of Mahavira, the twenty-fourth Tirthankara. The third part deals with rules for the ascetics and laws during the four months chaturmas of the rainy season, when ascetics temporarily abandon their wandering life and settle down amidst the laity.

This is the time when the festival of Paryushan is celebrated and the Kalpasutra is traditionally recited.

Above, the 22nd Jina, Arishtanemi Neminatha , believed to have been a contemporary of Krishna, gives away his possessions before his initiation as a Jain wandering ascetic. An elderly man with white beard perhaps a brahmin receives them. Below, Arishtanemi plucks out his hair which is collected by Shakra Indra , chief of the gods. Physical description Page recto of a manuscript of the Kalpasutra, ink, paint and gold on paper, consisting of 91 folios, numbered , with folio 3 missing and containing 38 illustrations.

The text is written in black ink in Prakrit, seven lines to the page between red and gold marginal rules and blue border decoration. The text of a Sanskrit commentary is inserted in small Nagari characters in the margins. Central and marginal string-holes are decorated but not pierced and on the obverse of each folio the central hole only is marked. Folio numbers are written in the lower right-hand corner of the reverse of each folio but are defective from folio 85 onwards due to insect damage.

The colophon is written in red on f. This folio recto is illustrated with a depiction of Aristanemi giving his possessions to the poor above , and removing his hair in the presence of Indra below. Place of Origin.

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Kalpasutra (Jainism)

Jainism is one of the oldest religions to have survived until the present time and its basic teaching is one of non-violence. The Kalpasutra is divided into three sections. The second part deals with the life of Mahavira, the twenty-fourth Tirthankara. The third part deals with rules for the ascetics and laws during the four months chaturmas of the rainy season, when ascetics temporarily abandon their wandering life and settle down amidst the laity. This is the time when the festival of Paryushan is celebrated and the Kalpasutra is traditionally recited. Mahavira is shown in the Pushpottara heaven, attended by demi-gods and demi-goddesses. Physical description Part of a manuscript of the Kalpasutra consisting of 91 folios, numbered , with folio 3 missing and containing 38 illustrations.

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