Trīndriya

Published: 06.02.2018

Three-sensed living being- The living being endowed with three sense-organs, viz., the sense of touch, taste and smell. E.g., kunthu (a very small insect hardly one mm in size, often found in papers of old books), ant, louse etc...

sparśanarasanaghrāṇendriyatrayayuktāḥ kurtthupipīlikāyūkāmatkuṇādayastrīndriyāḥ.

(BṛDrasaṃ 11 Vṛ p. 23)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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