Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda: Conqueror And Destroyer Of Delusion

jo iṃdiye jiṇittā ṇāṇasahāvādhiyaṃ muṇadi ādaṃ.
Taṃ khalu jidiṃdiyaṃ te bhaṇaṃti je ṇicchidā sāhū..
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jo mohaṃ tu jiṇittā ṇāṇanasahāvādhiyaṃ muṇadi ādaṃ.
taṃ jidamohaṃ sāhuṃ paramaṭṭhaviyāṇayā viṃti..
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jidamohassa du jaiyā khῑṇo moho havejja sāhussa.
taiyā hu khῑṇamoho bhaṇṇadi so ṇicchayavidūhiṃ..
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Conqueror of the Senses

(Jo iṃdiye jiṇittā) The ascetic, having vanquished his sensuous desires, (ṇāṇanasahāvādhiyaṃ ādaṃ muṇadi) realizes his pure self, replete with the goodness of pure knowledge, (taṃ je nicchidā sāhū te khalu jidiṃdiyaṃ bhaṇaṃti) is called the 'conqueror of the senses' by those who are well-versed in transcendental point of view.

Conqueror of the Delusion

(Jo mohaṃ tu jiṇittā) The ascetic, having vanquished the deluding karma (ṇāṇa sahāvādhiyaṃ ādaṃ muṇadi) realizes his pure self replete with the goodness of pure knowledge (taṃ sādhuṃ) that ascetic (paramaṭṭhaviyāṇayā jidamohaṃ viṃti) is called the 'conqueror of delusion' by those who are well versed in [para-mārtha] the ultimate truth.

Destroyer of the Delusion

(Jaiyā) And when (jidmohassa sāhussa moho khῑṇo havejja) the deluding karma of that delusion-conquering ascetic is eradicated (taiyā) then (nicchayavidūhiṃ so hu khῑnamoho bhaṇṇadi) that ascetic is called 'destroyer of the delusion' by those who are well-versed in the ultimate truth.

Sources

Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda Publishers:
Jain Vishva Bharati University First Edition: 2009

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