Anācāra

Published: 27.06.2016
Gross transgression - The final (fourth) step in the process of transgression—transgression of the conduct related with Jñāna (knowledge), Darśana (faith) or Cāritra (conduct);

it is in the form of transgression of the discipline by fully indulging in the prohibited act.

tividhe aṇāyāre paṇṇatte, taṃ jahā - ṇāṇaaṇāyāre, daṃsaṇaaṇāyāre, carittaaṇāyāre.

(Sthā 3.443)

  • Atikrama, Vyatikrama, Aticāra.

2. Gross transgression of ascetic conduct - That which is not allowed to indulge in, accept, do, consume or perpetrate—that which is against the monastic conduct.

aṇāciṇṇaṃ akappaṃ.

(DaACū p. 59)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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