Tattvartha Sutra: 09.47

Published: 05.08.2017

09.47 Samyagdrashtishrāvakviratānantaviyojakdar-shanmohkshapakopashamakopashantmohkshapakkshina-mohjināh Kramasho'sankhyeyagunanirjarā

Audio:
Sanskrit: हिंसाsनृतस्तेयविषयसंरक्षणनेभ्यो रौद्रमविरतदेशविरतयोः।
Hindi:

हिंसा,असत्य,चोरी,और विषयरक्षण के लिए सतत चिंता करना रौद्र ध्यान है, जो अविरत और देश विरत के लिए ही संभव है।

English:

Samyagdrashti, Shrāvak, Virat, Anantanubandhi-viyojak, Darshanmohakshapak, Upashamak, Upashāntamoh, Kshapak, Kshinamoh and Jin observe Nirjarā to an increasingly manifold extent.

This sutra deals with the degree of Nirjarā occurring among the liberation-seekers belonging to different levels. It specifies ten levels in the ascending order ranging from the level of Samyagdrashti to that of omniscience and states that among them the degree of Nirjarā occurs increasingly manifold. Of them, Samygdrashti are at the level of right perception, Shrāvak at lay level observing partial restraints, Viraī at level of fully restrained, Anantānubandhīviyojak at the level where one is capable to destroy the infinitely binding defilement, Darshanmohkshapak at the level where one can destroy the deluding perception, Upashamak at the level where one is calming down remaining delusion, Upashāntmoh at the level where one has calmed it down, Kshapak at the level where one is destroying all types of delusion; Kshinmoh at the level where one has destroyed delusion and Jin at the level of omniscience.

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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