Tattvartha Sutra: 07.28

Published: 20.06.2017

07.28 Yogdushpranidhanānādarsmrtyanupasthāpanāni

Audio:
Sanskrit:

योगदुष्प्रणिधानानादरस्मृत्यनुपस्थापनानि।

Hindi:

कायदुष्प्राणिधान, वचनदुष्प्रणिधान, मनदुष्प्रणिधान, अनादर और  स्मृति का अनुपस्थापन ये 5 सामायिक व्रत के अतिचार है।

07.28

English:

Physical movement, unnecessary utterance, mental defilement, undertaking Sāmāyik without enthusiasm and losing the sight thereof are the five transgressions of the ninth restraint.

This sutra deals with Sāmāyik, which is a disciplinary restraint meant for gaining peace and equanimity. Moving the hands or feet unnecessarily is the first transgression of this restraint; uttering purposeless, hurtful or uncivil words is the second; indulging in mental defilement under the influence of rage, anger, animosity etc. is the third; undertaking Sāmāyik without enthusiasm is the fourth; and losing sight of the
Sāmāyik on account of indolence or unsteadiness 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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