Kāraka

Published: 27.10.2016
Updated: 27.10.2016

An appellation of that ascetic (Muni), who performs himself all the monastic activities such as Pratilekhanā (inspection of the outfit) and the like as prescribed in the Āgama (2) (canonical work) or makes others to perform them.

bhaṇagaṃ Karagaṃ Jharagaṃ......Vaṃdāmi aiiatnaṃguṃ... 'kārakaṃ' kālikādisūtroktamevopadhipratyupekṣaṇadirūpaṃ kriyākalāpaṃ karoti, kārayatīti vā.

(Nandī Gā 28 Ma Vṛ Pa 50)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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