Dvādaśāṅga

Published: 19.02.2018
Updated: 20.02.2018

The Śrutapurtisa (the (metaphorical) canonical man) which has 12 limbs viz., Ācāra, Sūtrakrta etc.. (See figure on p....).

'dvādaśāṅga' śrutaparamapurnṣottamasyāngānīvāngāni dvādaśa aṅgāniācārādīni yasmiṃstad dvādaśaṅgam.

(Nandī 65 HāVṛ p.64)

duvālasaṃgaṃ gaṇipiḍakaṃ, taṃ jahā - āyāro, sūyagaḍo, thāṇaṃ, samavāo, viyāhapaṇṇattl, nāyādhammakahāo, nvāsagadasāo, aṃtagaḍadasāo, aṇuttarovavāiyadasāo, paṇhāvāgaranāiṃ, vivāgasuyaṃ, diṭṭhivāo.

(Nandī 65)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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