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Posted: 23.04.2019
By Dr. Samani Mangal Pragya
In both Ācārā ṅ ga and Samayasāra, the existence of soul has been described in the language of negation. The resonance of 'Netivāda' as found in Ācārā ṅ ga is also found in Samayasāra in a similar fashion. Ācārā ṅ ga, by mentioning colour, smell etc. individually, denies the existence of these in the soul, where as Samayasāra...
Posted: 22.04.2019
By Dr. Samani Mangal Pragya
Jain philosophy accepts both vyavahāra and niścaya naya. Neither of them can be rejected. Because without vyavahāra, protection of sangha is not possible and without niścaya, the protection of basic principles is not possible. jai ji ṇ amaya ṃ pavajjaha tā mā vavahāra ṇ icchaya muyaha ekke ṇ a vi ṇ ā chijjai tittha ṃ tittha ṃ a...
Posted: 21.04.2019
By Dr. Samani Mangal Pragya
The pure soul has been described in the 'Paramātmapada' of Ācārā ṅ ga. We have presented that the same under the heading 'Concept of Soul: Ācārāṅga and Upani ṣ ad'. The same soul has been described in Samayasāra with the view point of niścayanaya. It will be relevant to discuss here about that. The soul has been considered as devoid of colour etc...

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