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Tattvartha Sutra: 07.26

Published: 18.06.2017

07.26 Ānayanpreshyaprayogshabdaroopānupātpu-dgalprakshepāh

Audio:
Sanskrit:

आनयनप्रेष्यप्रयोगशब्दरूपनुपातपुद्गलक्षेपाः।

Hindi:

आनयनप्रयोग, प्रेष्य प्रयोग, शब्द अनुपात, रूप अनुपात और पुद्गलक्षेप ये पांच अतिचार सातवें देशावकाशिक व्रत के है।

07.26

English:

Getting something from beyond the set limits, asking a servant to get it, drawing the attention of someone by creating some sound, by projecting one's presence or by flinging some article are the five transgressions of the seventh restraint.

This sutra deals with the restraint relating to further restricting the areas of operation for a certain period, say, for a day or a few hours. Any activity, direct or indirect, beyond the restricted area during the time set for the purpose, constitutes transgression. Getting something from beyond the set limits, asking a servant to get it from beyond the limits, drawing the attention of someone beyond the limits by creating some sound, by projecting one's presence and by flinging some article are treated as five transgressions of this restraint.

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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