Tattvartha Sutra: 09.02-03

Published: 16.07.2017

09.02 Sa Guptisamitidharmānuprekshāparishahjay-chāri train

Audio:
Sanskrit:

स गुप्तिसमितिधर्मानुप्रेक्षापरिषह- जयचारित्रैः।

Hindi:

 वह संवर गुप्ति, समिति,  धर्म, अनुप्रेक्षा, परिषहजय और चारित्र से होता है।

09.03 Tapasā Nirjarā Cha

Audio:
Sanskrit:

तपसा निर्जरा च्।

Hindi:

तप से संवर और निर्जरा दोनों होती है।

09.02-03

English:

That consists of Gupti, Samiti, Dharma, Anuprekshā, Parishahjay and Chāritra. Observance of Tap also leads to Nirjarā.

The second sutra lays six factors that lead to Samvar. Gupti denotes restraining the mental, vocal and physical faculties; Samiti denotes maintaining utmost vigilance while undertaking any activity; Dharma consists of 10 attributes of forgiveness, mildness etc. Anuprekshā denotes reflection at length; Parishahjay denotes bearing the adversities patiently; and Chāritra denotes observing the "code of conduct. These six factors are dealt at length in sutras 4 to 18. One more factor that prevents the acquisition of Karma is Tap (austerities). Since that is also helpful in gaining Nirjarā (eradication of bondage), sutra 3 states that Samvar as well as Nirjarā can be achieved by observing the austerities That is dealt with at some length in sutras 19 to 26.

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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  1. Dharma
  2. Gupti
  3. Karma
  4. Nirjarā
  5. Samiti
  6. Samvar
  7. Sanskrit
  8. Sutra
  9. Tap
  10. निर्जरा
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