Tattvartha Sutra: 08.22-24

Published: 12.07.2017

08.22 Vipāko'nubhāvah

Audio:
Sanskrit:

विपाकोsनुभावः।

Hindi:

विपाक अर्थात विविध प्रकार की फल देने की शक्ति  अनुभाव है।

 

08.23 Sa Yathānām

Audio:
Sanskrit:

स यथानाम।

Hindi:

अनुभाव का वेदन भिन्न भिन्न कर्म की प्रकृति स्वभाव के अनुसार किया जाता है।

08.24 Tatashcha Nirjarā

Audio:
Sanskrit:

ततश्च निर्जरा।

Hindi:

उसके(वेदन) द्वारा निर्जरा होती है।

08.22-24

English:

The capability to extend the consequences is called intensity, it is to be borne according to the nature of Karma and thereafter the bondage is stripped off.

These sutras deal with the intensity of bondage. That applies to wholesome as well as to unwholesome Karma. The intensity of the unwholesome Karma varies directly with the degree of defilement prevailing at the time of incurring the bondage, while that of wholesome one varies inversely with that. In other words, the higher the degree of defilement, the more unfavorable would be the consequences; and lower the degree of defilement, more favorable would be the consequences. The bondage so incurred is stripped off after availing such favorable or unfavorable consequences. That is Akām Nirjarā (unplanned eradication).

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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