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Divya Dhvani

Published: 12.02.2018

A kind of Mahāprātihārya (superhuman magnificience of the Tīrthaṅkara (ford-founder));

there occurs (melodious) sound made by the gods (which enables all creatures present there to understand his sermons in their own langu­age), in the Samavasaraṇa (1) (discourse assem­bly) of the Tīrthaṅkara during his sermons.

sarasatarasndhārasasahodaraḥ.. sakalajanānandapramodadāyī divyo dhvanirvitanyate.

(PrasāVṛ Pa 106)

.... savvesiṃ sannīṇaṃ, joyaṇanīhāriṇaṃ bhagavaṃ...

...,'sādhāraṇena' svasvabhāṣāparinamanasamarthena yojanavyāpinā śabdena bhagavān dharmaṃ kathayanti bhagavato divyadhvaniraṣesāṇāmapi samavasaraṇavarttinūm saṃjñijantiīnāṃ jijnāsitārthapratipattinibandhanamiipajāyate.

(BṛBhā 1193 Vṛ p. 370)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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