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24 Tirthankaras
  ILLUSTRATED TIRTHANKAR CHARITRA
  Who is a Tirthankar?
  Rishabhdev Bhagavan, The First Tirhankar - 1
  Ajitanath Bhagavan - 2
  Sambhavnath Bhagavan - 3
  Abhinandan Bhagavan - 4
  Sumatinath Bhagavan - 5
  Padmaprabh Bhagavan - 6
  Suparshvanath Bhagavan - 7
  Chandraprabh Bhagavan - 8
  Suvidhinath Bhagavan - 9
  Sheetlnath Bhagavan - 10
  Shreyansnath Bhagavan - 11
  Vasupujya Bhagavan -12
  Vimalnath Bhagavan -13
 

Anantnath Bhagavan - 14

  Dharmnath Bhagavan - 15
 

Shantinath Bhagavan - 16

 

Kunthunath Bhagavan - 17

 

Arnath Bhagavan - 18

 

Mallinath Bhagavan - 19

 

Munisurvrat Bhagavan - 20

  Naminath Bhagavan -21
  Arishtanemi Bhagavan - 22
  Parshvanath Bhagavan - 23
  Mahavir Bhagavan - 24
  Word �Nath� : A Study
  Appendix 1
  Appendix 2
  Appendix 3
  Appendix 4
  Appendix 5
  Appendix 6
  Appendix 7
  Appendix 8
  Appendix 9
  Appendix 10
  Appendix 11
 

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Appendix 13

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Illustrated Tirthankar Charitra

Up-pravartak
Shri Amar Muni

CHANDRAPRABH BHAGAVAN - 8

In his birth as king Padma of Mangalavati town of Dhatkikhand, the being that was to become Bhagavan Chandraprabh earned Tirthankar-nam-and-gotra-karma. Spending a life time as a god in Anuttar Vijay dimension he descended into the womb of queen Lakshmana, wife of king Mahasen of Chandranana town.

During her pregnancy, one day the queen was looking at the splendors and glowing full-moon. All of a sudden she had a strange desire to drink the glowing streak of moon light. The king cleverly managed to satisfy this strange desire of a pregnant mother.

On the thirteenth day of the dark half of the month of Paush the queen gave birth to a healthy son who was fair and glowing like the moon. He was named Chandraprabh (glow of the moon).

Chandraprabh was apathetic towards the mundane pleasures and princely grandeur. After he ascended the throne his reign was short lived. He became an ascetic in the prime of his youth and just after three months of acute spiritual practices he became an omniscient. For a considerably long period he continued to enlighten the people and propagate the true religion. When his end approached he went to Sammetshikhar and after a month of long fast and meditation got liberated.