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Published: 17.01.2018

Non-omniscient soul—That Jīva (soul) whose Jñāna (knowledge) and Darśana (1) (intuition- apprehension of generic attribute) remain veiled;

the soul who remains in that state which is effected by the Udaya (rise) of the Ghātikarmas (or ghātyakarmas) (desparate or destroying Karmas).

chadma jnānadrgāvaraṇe, tatra tiṣṭantīti chadmasthaḥ.

(Dhava Pu 1 p. 188)

akevalī chadmasthaḥ.

ghātyakarmodayaḥ chadma, tatra tiṣṭhatīti chadmasthaḥ.

(Jaidisī 7.22 Vṛ)


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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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