Tattvartha Sutra: 07.27

Published: 19.06.2017

07.27 Kandarpakautkuchyamaukharyāsarnikshyādhik-aranopabhogādhikatvāni

Audio:
Sanskrit:

कंदर्पकौत्कुच्यमौखर्यासमीक्ष्याधिकरणोपभोगाधिकत्वानि।

Hindi:

कंदर्प, कौतकुच्य,मौखर्य, असमीक्षय अधिकरण और उपभोग का आधिक्य ये 5 अनर्थदण्ड विरमण व्रत के अतिचार है।

07.27

English:

Uncivil talk or humor; crude or vulgar jokes; shameless irrelevant uttering; unnecessarily maintaining the articles of violence; and maintaining too many articles are the five transgressions of the eighth restraint.

This sutra deals with the restraint relating to avoiding crude entertainment and purposeless violence. Uncivil talk and humor is the first transgression of this restraint; indulging in crude or vulgar jokes is the second; shameless irrelevant uttering or prattling is the third; unnecessarily maintaining the articles of violence like guns, swords etc. or lending them to others is the fourth; and maintaining too many clothes, ornaments and articles of decoration is the fifth transgression 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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