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Jina Abhisheka

Published: 05.05.2011
Updated: 20.09.2011

The depiction of the Ji.n.a Abhisheka is a common subject of Jain miniature paintings and illustrates manuscripts of the Kalpasūtra and other texts.

  • According to the Ācārāṅgasūtra (2.15.9) Mahāvīra was brought to Mount Meru by god Śakra (Indra) in the night after his birth. Śakra made himself fivefold to carry the child safely to the top of the mountain, where the 63 Indras came to bathe the future Jina.
  • Similar legends were told about Pārśvanātha and Ṛṣabhanātha.

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  1. Abhisheka
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