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MORAL DISCIPLINE AND SELF CONTROL


 

 

(16) �Do�rupees 10000 _ mula

 

(17) �Do - rupees 50000�anavasthapya

 

(18) �Do�rupees 100000�parancika

           �Brh. kalp. Bha. IV, 3893-98.

 

(19) For wearing a garment like a turban�      masalaghu.

 

(20) For so arranging the garment on the shoulder that it hangs down like a cow's tail�masalaghu

 

(21) For covering both the shoulders like a nun�

                 Catvaro laghavah.

 

(22) For so arranging the ends of the upper garment on the shoulders that it appears like the garuda      bird�catvaro gurumasah.

 

(23) For putting on the dress like that of a householder�Hula.

 

(24) Putting on the clothes of a householder�c.p.u. � Nis. XII, 11.

 

(35) Exchanging clothes without the consent of the ganin�c.p.u.

�Nis. XVIII, 21-64.

 

(26) Coloring an uncolored cloth and vice versa� c.p.u.

                                               �Ibid.

 

(27) Getting the samphadi of a nun stitched by a      heretic or the owner of the lodge�c.p.u.

                                   �Nis. XII, 7.

 

 

TOURING

(1) Crossing or swimming the following five great rivers twice or thrice within a month�Ganga, Jauna, Sarau, Eravai, Mahi�c.p.u.

�Nis. XII, 42.


(2) getting into the boat with bad intentions; buying, selling, bringing on credit or exchanging the boat, or making others to do so; pushing the boat into water from the ground or vice versa; helping in taking out a grounded boat; working as a helmsman; getting into a boat which is going up or down the stream; pulling or stopping the boat by a rope; taking out water from the boat by either a pot or an alms-bowl or an earthen vessel; covering the hole in the boat by means of hand, foot, leaves and bamboo in order to stop water getting in; accepting food in the boat�c.p.u.

                             �Nis. XVIII, 1-20.

 

(3) Touring during regular rains�c.p.a.

�Nis. X, 40-43.

  

(4) Frequently entering into or coming out of inimical, anarchical or rebellion-infected regions, or approving of anybody else doing so�c.p.a.

                    �Nis. XI, 71; Ralph. I, 38.

 

(4a) One who wandered alone and condemned the law of the Jina �Mula.

                       �Angd. VII, 55, comm.

 

(5) If out of attachment for a place, a party of monks stays there for more than eleven days, then parancika.

                       �Brh. kalp. Bha. II, 1555-59.

 

(6) If a gitartha wandered alone� caturlaghu.

 

(7) If an agitartha wandered alone� caturguru.

                       �Brh. kalp. Bha. I, 694-5.

 

(8) For touring with a heretical nun in a woman's dress at day time�laghukaccheda

 

(9) �Do�with an eunuch�gurakoccheda

 

(10) �Do�at night�Mula

 

(11) �Do with a Jaina nun at day�anavasthapya

 

(12) �Do�with a Jaina nun at night�parancika.

 

�Brh. kalp. Bha., II, 886-88.

 

(13) Resorting to a short cut by day�masalaghu

 

(14) �Do�at night�masaguru

 

(15) Walking carelessly at day�masalaghu

 

(16) �Do�at night�masaguru

 

(17) One who wandered alone and condemned the law of the Jinas� Mula

                       �Angd. 7, 55, comm.'

 

PENANCE

 

 (1) if a monk, going out of the Gana for the sake of practicing the 'egallaviharapadima', returns without completing it,�cheya or parihara

 

                                         �Vav. I, 25.

DEATH

 

(1) Praising the types of death which are designated as 'balamarana'�c.p.a.

           �His. XI, 92.