Utpāda

Published: 06.09.2016
Updated: 06.09.2016

One of the three components of the Tripadī (the triplet of origination, cessation and persistence); the origination of a new state or mode (the emerging mode) of a substance is called Utpāda. E.g., origination of a lump of soil into the form (mode) of a pot.

cetanasyācetanasya vā dravyasya syāṃ jātimajahata ubhayanimattivaśād bhāvāntarāvāptirutpādanamutpādaḥ, mṛtpiṇṛasya ghaṭaparyavat.

(Sasi 5.30)

dravyanayābhiprāyenākārāntarāvirbhāvamātramutpāda aupacārikaḥ, parmārthato na kiñcidutpadyate satatamavasthitadravyāṃśamātratvāt.

(TaBhā 5.29 Vṛ)

ege uppā......uppa tti prākṛtatvādutpādaḥ, sa caika ekasamaye ekaparyāyāpekṣayā, na hi tasya yngapadutpādavyayādirasti.

(Sthā. 22 Vṛ Pa 19)

  • Tripadī.

References

References are pages on which this term or individual has been marked. Select the list of references sorted by 'latest' (found on a page), 'alphabetical' or 'most used' (most frequent occurrence on a page).

Sources
Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
Share this page on:
Page glossary
Some texts contain  footnotes  and  glossary  entries. To distinguish between them, the links have different colors.
  1. JAINA
  2. Jaina
  3. Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
  4. Tripadī
Page statistics
This page has been viewed 736 times.
© 1997-2021 HereNow4U, Version 4.45
Home
About
Contact us
Disclaimer
Social Networking

HN4U Deutsche Version
Today's Counter: