Tattvartha Sutra: 07.31

Published: 23.06.2017

07.31 Sachittaniksheppidhānaparvyapadeshmātsaryakalātikramāh

Audio:
Sanskrit:

सचित्तनिक्षेपपिधानपरव्यपदेशमात्सर्यकालातिक्रमाः।

Hindi:

सचित्त निक्षेप, सचित्तपिधान, परव्यपदेश, मात्सर्य और कालातिक्रम ये पांच अतिचार अतिथि संविभाग व्रत के है।

07.31

English:

Mixing the insentient, covering with the sentient, calling it as belonging to others, jealousy and untimely offering are the five transgressions of the twelfth restraint.

This sutra deals with the restraint of servicing, which is also a disciplinary restraint meant for developing generosity, broad mind and sense of caring. Transgressions of this restraint occur in respect of giving alms to monks and nuns. Putting the eatable articles in contact with a live object so as to render them unacceptable is the first transgression of this restraint; to cover such eatables by live objects with similar intention is the second; to term one's own article as belonging to someone else with the same intention is the third; offering anything with disrespect or feeling jealous of the monk or nun getting rich food in alms is the fourth; and to deliberately remain absent at the time of alms 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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