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Tattvartha Sutra: 01.32-33

Published: 25.03.2017

01.32 Matishrutāvadhayoh Viparyayashcha

Audio:
Sanskrit:

मतिश्रुताऽवधयो विपर्ययश्च ।

Hindi:

मति, श्रुत और अवधि ये तीनों विपर्यय (अज्ञानरूप) भी है।

01.33 Sadasatoravisheshād Yadrchchhopalabdheru-nmattavat

Audio:
Sanskrit:

सदसतोरविशेषाद्यदृच्छोपलब्धेरुन्मत्तवत् ।

Hindi:

वास्तविक और अवास्तविक का अन्तर न जानने से यदृच्छोपलब्धि (विचारशून्य उपलब्धि)

01.32-33

English:
Matijnān, Shrutajnān and Avadhijnān can also be of misleading types. That occurs on account of absence of discernment which does not allow to make out the difference between the right and the wrong like an intoxicated person.

Matijnān (sensory knowledge), Shrutajnān (scriptural knowledge) and Avadhijnān (clairvoyance) can also be of misleading types. They arise on account of the absence or shortage of Vivek (discernment) and that does not allow one to differentiate truth from falsity. Knowledge derived in absence of Vivek is bound to be misleading and is therefore termed nescience. Such misleading types of knowledge are respectively known as Mati-ajnān, Shrut-ajnān and Avadhi-ajnan (Vibhangjnān).

Sources
Title: Tattvartha Sutra
Translation:
Manu Doshi
Commentary:
Manu Doshi
Publisher:
Federation of Jain Associations in North America & Shrut Ratnakar
Edition:
2007
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