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Jñāna

Published: 24.01.2018

1. Knowledge (cognition of the specific attributes)-The state of consciousness emerging due to Kṣaya (annihilation) or Kṣayopaśama (annihilation-cum-subsidence) of knowledge-veiling Karma, through which the categories of truth like Jīva (soul) etc. are known.

khayovasamiyakhāiena vā bhāvenajivādipada- tthā najjamti iti nānam.

(Nandī 6.11 Vṛ p. 24)

2. Knowledge is essentially a product of sentience, which is the nature of the self (soul).

jñānaṃ cetanā ātmanaḥ svariipaṃ iti.

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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  1. Cetanā
  2. Consciousness
  3. JAINA
  4. Jaina
  5. Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
  6. Jīva
  7. Karma
  8. Kṣaya
  9. Kṣayopaśama
  10. Nandī
  11. Soul
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