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Tattvartha Sutra: 08.02-03

Published: 27.06.2017
Updated: 27.06.2017

08.02 Sakashāyatvājjeevah Karmano Yogyānpudgalānādatte

Audio:
Sanskrit:

सकषायत्वाज्जीवः कर्मणो योग्यान् पुद्गलानादत्ते ।

Hindi:

कषाय के संबंध से जीव कर्म योग्य पुद्गलों को ग्रहण करता है।

08.03 Sa Bandhah

Audio:
Sanskrit:

स बंधः।

Hindi:

वह बंध है।

08.02-03

English:

The soul assimilates the lifeless particles suitable for Karma by indulging in defilement and that constitutes the bondage.

After narrating the factors that lead to bondage in the first sutra, these sutras explain how the bondage occurs. There are lifeless particles pervading everywhere in the cosmos. Among them, there are the particles that can be transformed into Karma. Those particles continue to flow in all directions. They would continue to move without any impact on soul, if it does not do anything to attract them. However, when the soul indulges in defilement, it creates the condition, which attracts those particles towards it. Thereby they get transformed into Karma particles and penetrate Pradeshas (provinces) of soul. Such Penetration constitutes the bondage.

Sources
Title: Tattvartha Sutra
Translation:
Manu Doshi
Commentary:
Manu Doshi
Publisher:
Federation of Jain Associations in North America & Shrut Ratnakar
Edition:
2007
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