Aparājita

Published: 08.07.2016

The fourth (out of the five) Vimānas (habitats) heaven of the Anuttara Vimāna (the highest heaven of the Empyrean gods);

(the name of this Vimāna is Aparājita (lit. invincible)), as this Empyrean god who is its denizen is never overcome by the causes which bring about impediments in his aggrandizement; such Deva (god) is possessed of rarefied Karma; as he remains always contended, he is not vulnerable to hunger etc...

anuttarāḥ pañca devanāmān eva. vijitā abhyudayavighnahetavaḥ ebhiriti vijaya-vaijayanta-jayantāḥ. taireva vighnahetubhirnaparājitā aparājitāḥ.

(TaBhā 4.20)

pratanukarmapaṭalāvacchannatvāt... satatatṛptatvānna kṣudādibhiḥ parājīyanta ityaparājitāh.

(TaBhā 4.20 Vṛ)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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