Avyābādha

Published: 01.08.2016
Unhindred happiness (or bliss)-
  1. Absence of such diseases which are generated by the disorder of the bodily humours, viz., wind, bile and mucus, and other diseases.
jaṃ me vātiya-pittiya-saṃbhiya-sannivāiyā vivihā rogāyaṃkā sarīragayā dosā uvasaṃtā no udīreṃti, settaṃ avvābāhaṃ.

(Bhaga 18.211)

  1. The state of happiness which is perpetual, unobstructed and unhindered.
'avyābādham'- uparatasakalapīḍaṃ mauktam.

(UśāVṛ Pa 578)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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