Jinamudrā

Published: 22.01.2018

1. To undertake Kāyotsarga (2) (austerity qua abandonment of body) in standing posture, by keeping both the feet apart with a distance of four Aṅgula (1 Aṅgula=1.3 inches) between them in front and a little less distance in back, and by keeping both the hands hanging down (touching the thighs).

cattāri aṅgulāiṃ purao ūṇāiṃ jattha pacchimao. pāiṇaṃ ussaggo esāpuna hoi jiṇamuddā..

(Pañcā 114)

2. (Keeping the hands in) the posture of drdha samyama mudra and jnāna mudra, practising indriya mudra—indriya-vijaya mudra and kaṣāya-mudra.

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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