Tattvartha Sutra: 09.13-17

Published: 26.07.2017
Updated: 29.07.2017

09.13 Jnānāvarane Prajnājnane

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Sanskrit:

ज्ञानावरणे प्रज्ञाज्ञाने ।

Hindi:

ज्ञानावरणरूप निमित्त से प्रज्ञा और अज्ञान परिषह होते है।

9.14: Darshanmohāntarāyayoradarshanālābhau

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Sanskrit:

दर्शनमोहंतारायोरदर्शनलाभौ।

Hindi:

दर्शन मोह से अदर्शन और अंतराय से अलाभ परिषह होते है।

 

9.15: Chāritramohenāgnyāratistrinishadyākroshyāchanāsatkarpuraskārāh

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Sanskrit:

चारित्रमोहे नागन्यारतिस्त्रीनिषद्याक्रोशयाचना सत्कारपुरस्काराः।

Hindi:

चारित्र मोहनीय से नग्नता, रति, स्त्री, निषद्या, आक्रोश,याचना, और सत्कार पुरस्कार होते है।

09.16 Vedaniye Sheshāh

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Sanskrit:

वेदनीये शेषाः।

Hindi:

शेष सभी परिषह वेदनीय से होते है।

09.17 Ekādayo Bhājyā Yugpadaikonvinshateh

Audio:
Sanskrit:

एकदयो भाज्या युगपदैकोनविंशतेः।

Hindi:

एक साथ एक आत्मा में 1 से 19 परिषह विकल्प से संभव है।

09.13-17

English:

Prajnā and Ajnān Parishahs arise by virtue of Jnānāvaraniya Karma; Adarshan and Aīābh Parishahs arise respectively by Darshan Mohaniya and Antarāy Karmas; Nāgnya, Arati, Strī, Nishadyā, Akrosh, Yāchanā and Satkār-Puraskār Parshahs arise by Chāritra-Mohaniya Karma. All others arise by Vedaniya Karma. There can occur one to nineteen Parishahs at any one time.

Only Jnānāvaraniya (knowledge obscuring), Darshan-Mohaniya (perception-deluding), Chāritra- Mohaniya (character-deluding), Vedaniya (situation conferring) and obstructing (Antarāy) Karmas are responsible for causing Parishahs. These sutras specify the types of Karma that lead to different Parishahs. Intelligence (Prajnā) and nescience (Ajnān) Parishahs occur by virtue of knowledge-obscuring Karma; failure to comprehend (Adarshan) occurs by perception-deluding Karma; disadvantage (Alābh) occurs by obstructing Karma; those pertaining to unclad state (Nagnya), despise (Arati), seduction (Stri), disgust for the adopted posture (Nishadyā), reproach (Akrosh), failure to get alms (Yāchanā), respect or award (Satkār-Puraskār) occur by character-deluding Karma: the rest of them arise by virtue of situation conferring Karma.

Some Parishahs like heat and cold are opposite each other and cannot occur simultaneously. There cannot therefore occur more than nineteen Parishahs at any one single time. One needs to bear those, which occur.

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. Arati
  2. Darshan
  3. Darshan Mohaniya
  4. Karma
  5. Karmas
  6. Mohaniya
  7. Mohaniya Karma
  8. Sanskrit
  9. Vedaniya
  10. Vedaniya Karma
  11. दर्शन
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