Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda: Death and Misery Are Results Of The Rise Of Karma

Published: 18.08.2010
Updated: 02.07.2015

jo maradi jo ya duhido jāyadi kammodayeṇa so savvo.
tamhā du mārido de duhāvido cedi ṇa hu micchā..
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jo ṇa maradi ṇa ya duhido so vi ya kammodayeṇa khalu jῑvo.
 tamhā ṇa āarido ṇo duhāvido cedi ṇa hu micchā..
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(Jo maradi ya jo duhido so savve kammodayeṇa jāyadi) One who dies and one who suffers miseries, is because of the rise of [one's own karma]; (tamhā du mārido ca duhāvido idi de ṇa hu micchā), then isn't your belief that you have killed somebody or made someone miserable false?

(Jo ṇa maradi ya ṇa duhido) If one does not die or docs not suffer misery (so vi ya jῑvo khalu kammodayeṇa) it is also undoubtedly the result of the rise of [one's own] karma (tamhā ṇa mārido ca ṇo duhido idi ṇa hu micchā) then isn't your belief that you have not killed [or saved someone from being killed] or not made some one miserable false?

Sources

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

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