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Published: 27.10.2016
  1. Fifth Āvaśyaka, out of Ṣaḍāvaśyaka (six chapters to be recited daily at both twilights)- Abandonment of possessiveness of the body during the performance of Pratikramaṇa (repentent retrospection) etc. for a definite period of time together with performing the rite of Caturviṃśatistava (recitation of eulogy of 24 Tirthankaras).
devassiyaniyamādisujahuttamānevauttaka- lamhi. jinagunacimtanajutto kāussaggo tanuvisaggo...

(Mūlā 28)

  • Ṣaḍāvaśyaka.
  1. Conditioning of the body, in which abandon­ment of voluntary movements of the body as well as possessiveness is undertaken.
kāyaḥ- śariram tasyotsargah- agamoktanityā parityāgah kāyotsargah.

(UśāVṛ Pa 581)


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