Uddhṛtā

Published: 15.09.2016

A kind of Piṇḍaiṣaṇā (bhikṣā (accepting food by going to houses for collecting it in conformity with the canonical instruction, with special resolves));

acceptance of only that bhikṣā (food), which the householder has served in a dish, a piṭham (pot or round metallic vessel) etc., from the cooking vessel.

niyajoeṇaṃ bhoyaṇajāyaṃ uddhariyamuddhaḍā bhikkhā.

(Prasā 741)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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