Omitting some words while reading�masala- ghu.
Transgressing the sequence of the Tirthankara �caturguru.
Mixing or adding words�masalaghu.
Having wrong faith�caturlaghu.
Transgressing the order of the guru�caturguru. �Brh. kelp. Bha. I,
Asking more than three questions regarding the kalikasruta and more
than seven questions regarding the Ditthivaya�c.p.u.
�Nis. XIX, 8-12.
studying at four times; studying at an improper time; reading only the
lower portions; reading in an indistinct tone; not reading the text in due
sequence or reading only one out of two identical passages�c.p.u.
�Nis. XIX, 13-23.
Using complete and intact pieces of skins or clothes�masiyam
Obtaining the returnable payapunchana on the condition of returning
it the same night, but returning it the next day; or returning it the same
night when promised to return it the next day�m.p.u.
�Nis. V, 15-16.
Taking out the returnable bedding or that owned by the householder without
his consent; or not searching the lost bedding, or not scanning the
�Nis. II, 50-59.
Making, using or enjoying raw, colored or variously colored wooden, bamboo
or cane sticks �m.p.u
�Nis. V, 25-33.
Using a broom which is bigger in measurements; or having fine thread-ends
for it; giving one tie to the broom; giving more than three ties to the
broom; binding it in a kadusaga way, holding it loosely; keeping it
as a pillow; breaking it �m.p.u.
�Nis. V, 67-77.
Expanding the mouth of the pot; binding it improperly; using a pot with
many ties for more than one and a half months�m.p.a.
�Nis. I, 41-45.
Exchanging the alms-bowl without the consent of the ganin; not
giving it to him who is unable to procure one�c.p.u.
�Nis. XIV, 1-48.
Discoloring colored pots and vice versa;
Polishing it with oil, ghee or butter; coating it with powder or paint,
washing it with water so as to give it a new appearance�c.p.u.
Frequently demanding a bowl in the congregation by getting up�c.p.u.
For him who sent a person who had not studied the rules about the begging
of the alms-bowl, to bring the coating for a pot�calvaro gurakah.
-Do- who had studied it but did not remember the details about it�catvaro
For coating the pot without the permission of the acarya�masalaghu.
For not taking the permission of the cart-owner for oil�masalaghu.
For taking oil at night and using it at night� calvaro laghukah.
For taking oil at dew- fall or when bulls or calves are tied to the cart�catvaro
For taking oil when a dog is sitting below the cart
For coating the pot for decoration�catvaro
Accepting a mediocre pot when decided to accept the best�masika.
Determining to accept the inferior one but accepting the mediocre�masika.
For accepting an inferior pot when decided to accept the best�pancaka.
For determining to accept a mediocre pot but accepting an inferior one�pancaka.
For determining to accept a mediocre one, but accepting the best�caturlaghu.
For determining to accept the inferior one but accepting the best pot�caturlaghu.
- Brh. kalp. Bha. I, 471-529.
Carrying the seat of the householder�c.p.u.
- Nis. XII, 10-13.
transforming the best piece of cloth into a medium type�masalaghu.
-Do- into an inferior one�pancaratrindiva.
-Do- a mediocre one into the best type� caturlaghu.
-Do- into jaghanya�pancaratrindiva.
-Do- an inferior one into the best�caturlalaghu.
-Do- into medium type�masika.
accepting a piece of cloth worth Pataliputra rupees 18�catvaro laghavah,
or laghumasa, or caturguru.
Do �rupees 20 catvaro laghva
�Do�rupees 1000�cheda or mula.