Name of Book Author Topic and Sub-Topics
Comparative Study of The Jaina Theories of Reality and Knowledge Padmarajiah, Y.  J. A Consideration of two controversies concerning Dravya and Guna (and/or Paryaya) with a view to clarifying the Nature of both
    A Preliminary Statement of an Important Vedantic and Buddhistic Objection against the Jaina View of Reality, leading to the formulation of Five types of approach to the problem of Reality
    A Study in Contrasts
    Anekantavada, the theory of Manifoldness, the most consistent Theory of Realism
    Are Gunas the same as, or Different from Paryayas
    Epistemology
    Hegelianism
    How far could a Dravya be treated as a Concrete Universal
    Is Reality an Entity , or a Mental Construction, or a Structural Manifestation of Identity-in-Difference in Reality
    Nayavada, the theory of Standpoints
    Ontology (The Nature of Reality)
    Syadvada or the Dialectic of conditional Predication
    The Bhedabheda System
    The Bhedabheda System of Bhartrprapanca
    The Bhedabheda System of Bhaskara and Yadavaprakasa
    The Bhedabheda System of Nimbarka
    The Bhedabheda System of Ramanuja
    The Dvaita System (of Madhva)
    The Externalistic Doctrine of Identity-in-Difference (Ubhayavada) versus the Doctrine of a Unique and Integral Synthesis of Identity-in-Difference (Jatyantaravada)
    The Jaina Philosophy of Identity-in-Difference in which Identity is Co-ordinate with Difference
    The Philosophy of Difference (becoming or change
    The Philosophy of Difference (becoming or change)
    The Philosophy of Identity (or being)
    The Sankhya System
    The School of Philosophy in which Identity subordinates difference
    The schools of Philosophy in which Difference Subordinate Identify
    The Vaisesika System
Comprehensive History of Jainism Vol I Chatterjee, A.  K. Ajivikism and Gosala
    Early Jainism and Yaksa Worship
    Jain Thinkers
    Jainism in Mathura
    Jainism in North India (200 B.C.  to 600 A.D.)
    Jainism in North India (600 A.D.  to 1000 A.D.)
    Jainism in Orissa
    Jainism in South India (600 A.D.  to 1000 A.D.)
    Jainism in South India (Early Phase)
    Life of Mahavira
    Parsvanatha
    Select Bibliography
    Spread of Jainism (Early Phase)
    The Literature of Digambaras
    The Non-Canonical Svetambara Literature
    The Svetambara Canonical Literature
    Tirthankaras from Rsabha to Aristanemi
    Jainism in North India (1000 - 1300 A.  D.)
    Jainism in North India (1300 - 1600 A.  D.)
    Jainism in South India (1000 - 1300 A.  D.)
    Jainism in South India (1300 - 1600 A.  D.)
    Select Bibliography
    Svetambara Literature (1000 - 1600 A.  D.)
    The Jaina Tirthas
Cultural Study of the Nisitha Curni Sen, Madhu Administration in Sub-divisional Units
    Administrative and Territorial Units
    Agriculture (kisivavara, kisikama)
    Analysis and Evaluation of the Contents of the NC
    Architecture
    Arts and Crafts
    Banking and Loans
    Brahamanas
    Brahamanic Literature
    Brahmanic Institutions :  Education in the Gurukulas
    Brahmanic Religion
    Buddhism
    Caste System
    Classes of Ascetics
    Coinage
    Curni Literature and the Nisitha Curni
    Curriculum
    Customs and Beliefs
    Customs and Beliefs
    Dance and Drama
    Date of Jinadasa Gani
    Despised and Untouchables
    Diseases mentioned in the NC
    Dress
    Economic Conditions
    Education, Learning and Literature
    External Affairs
    Family
    Festivals
    Feudatory Kings and their Councils
    Fine Arts
    Five - fold study
    Flowers and Garlande
    Food
    Geographical Background of the NC
    Geographical Names mentioned in the NC
    Introductory
    Jaina Festivals and Fasts
    Jaina Literature
    Jaina System of Education
    Jainism
    Jinadasa Gani:  the author of the NC.
    Judiciary and Courts
    King and Kingship
    Ksatriyas
    Labor
    Lekhasala
    Literature
    Literature
    Marriage
    Material Culture
    Medicine and Health
    Method of Education
    Method of Oral Transmission
    Military Organisation
    Music
    Nisitha Sutra and its Commetaries (Niryukti, Bhasya and Curni)
    Ornaments
    Painting
    Pastimes
    Philosophical system
    Pilgrimage
    Police and Police Officers
    Polity and Administration
    Religion
    Revenue and Taxation
    Routine for Study
    Royal Council and Ministers
    Royal Household
    Saivism
    Sculpture
    Secula Literature
    Shoes
    Social Life
    Society
    Special Facilities for Higher Studies
    Students
    Sudras
    Sudras
    Supernatural Powers and Magical Practices
    System of Espionage
    Teachers and their Qualifications
    Toilet
    Town Administration
    Trade
    Treasury or Srigrha
    Types of States and Forms of Government
    Vadas or Debates
    Vaisnavism
    Vaisyas or Vaniks
    Viceroyalty and Succession
    Village Administration
    Village Council (gramaparisad)
    Weights and Measures
    Writing and Books
Source Book In Jaina Philosophy Devendra, Muni Shastri Ajivtattva:  A Study
    Appendices
    Atmavada; an analysis
    Darsana :  a synoptic Study
    Discussion of Prameya
    Index of Technical Terms
    Jaina & Buddhist Philosophies
    Jaina & Sankhya Philosophies:  a comparison
    Jaina & Vedanta Philosophies
    Jaina Canonical Literature
    Jaina Darsana & Jain Philosophies of the world
    Jaina Metaphysics
    Jaina Philosophical Literature and Authors
    Jnanavada:  a study
    Karmavada
    Karmavada:  a synopsis
    Legacy of Jaina Philosophy to world of Thought
    Lokavada( cosmology)
    Nature of Darsana & Darsana Literature
    Nayavada:  a study
    Niksepavada:  a study
    Philosophies of the world
    Pramana:  a study
    Pramanavada
    Principle of Asrava(Influx)
    Principle of Bandh & Moksa; a discussion
    Principle of Punya(Merit) & Papa(Demerit)
    Principle of samvara & Nirjara:  a study
    Pudgala(matter):  a Study
    Reference Books Index
    Saptabhangi:  A Dicussion
    Scheme of Pronunciation
    Syadvada; The Basis of Jain philosophy
Study of Civakacintamani Vijayalakshmy, R. A comparative Study of the Jivandhara Story in the Uttarapurana and the Story of the Civakacintamani and a discussion of the Sanskrit Motifs found in the Civakacintamani
    An Attempt to trace the Source of the Civakacintamani and the period in which it has been written
    Conclusion to Civakacintamani
    Sanskrit Loan words in the Civakacintamani
    The Interaction of Sanskrit through Jainism
    The Sanskrit Interaction in the Literary Style of the Civakacintamani
    The Social, Religious and Literary background
Treatise on Jainism Sanghvi, Jayantibhai S.  Shri Conclusion to Jaina Religion
    The Fourteen Gunasthanas ( Spiritual Stages )
    The Jain Religion
    The seven Tattvas ( Priciples )
    The six Dravyas ( substances )
    The Theory of Karma ( Law of Causation )
    The three Jewels of Jainism
Agama and Tripitaka:  A Comparative Study Vol 1 (History and Tradition) Nagarajaji, Muni Shri 10 paramitas
    A Critical Examination
    A Critical Examination
    A Critique
    A Critique
    A Discussion on Meat Eating
    A Discussion on Nataputta's demise
    A Jaina or a Buddhist
    A Jaina or a Buddhist
    A Miracle
    A Nigantha in Dust
    A Peacock and a crow
    A Review of Subject-Matter
    A Son is Born
    Abhaya Kumara
    Abhaya Licchavi
    About the Mother
    About the Name - Bimbisara
    About the Name - Srenika
    Affection for the Mother
    After His Death
    Agamas and Tripitakasin Relation to Contemporary Condition
    Ajatsatru in the Buddhist Pitakas
    Ajatsatru Kunika
    Ajita Kassapa
    Ajita Kesakambli:  ucchedavadi
    Ajita Kesakambli:  ucchedavadi
    Ananda
    Ananda
    Ananthapindika
    Appedix -I
    Appedix -II
    Are the Buddhist Account Exaggerated
    As a Follower of the Buddha
    As Future Tirthankara
    Asibandhaka-putra Gramani
    Asoka's Edicts
    Astroger Nigantha
    AStrological Calculations
    Attainment of Tejolesya
    Authorship and Date of composition
    Awakening of Pakkusati
    Beginning of Uposathas
    Bhadra Kundalkesa
    Bhagwan Buddha
    Bhagwan Mahavira
    Bibliography - Agama Literature
    Biographical Sketch
    Birth
    Birth and Initiation
    Birth of Abhayakumara
    Buddha:  Youngest among the Spiritual Leaders
    Buddha's Exertion for Attaining Sambodhi
    Buddha's Wanderings and Camps
    Burmese Tradition
    Canda- Pradyota
    Candanabala
    Cause of His Devotion for Buddha
    Cause of the Death of Nigantha Nataputta
    Celebrations at Birth
    Cetaka
    Chandanvala
    Childhood
    Chronology
    Chronology of Mahavira
    Chronology of Mahavira's Life
    Clad Niganthas
    Codes and Bools on conduct and Discipline
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    Conclusion
    Conclusions
    Contemporaneity and Chronology
    Contemporary Religious Teachers
    Contradictions
    Corroboration of the Conclusion
    Critique
    Death of Kunika
    Defiant Disciples
    Departure from Home
    Desire during Pregnancy and Birth of Kunika
    Desire of a Pregnant Women
    Devadatta
    Dhammika Upasaka
    Dhanya of Kakandi
    Dharma Nanda Kausambhi
    Difference in Name
    Discussion on Karma
    Display of Occult Power
    Displayig Technical Skills
    Dr.  Charpentier
    Dr.  Hoernle and Muni Jina Vijayaji
    Dr.  Jacobi's First Approach
    Dr.  Jacobi's Second Approach
    Dr.  K.  P.  Jayaswal
    Dr.  Kamta Prasas Jain
    Dr.  Radha Kumud Mukherjee
    Dr.  Shanti Lal Shah
    Dreams
    Dreams Interpreted
    Dreams of Mahavira
    Dreams of Queen
    Dreams of the Buddha
    Early Life of Gosalaka
    Education
    Eleven Gandharas
    Episodes
    Events
    Famine in Nalanda
    Father's Name
    First Aquaintance
    Five faults of the Niganthas
    Five Great Selections
    Follower Kings
    Four Scenes
    Four Types of People
    From the Buddhist Sources:  Enmity with the Vajjis
    From the Jaina Sources
    Gautami
    Going to Hell and Subsequent Tirthankarhood
    Gosalaka
    Gosalaka and Ananda
    Gosalaka's Death
    Gosalaka's First contact with the Lord
    Gosalaka's Repentence
    Grahadinna and Srigutta
    Grahapati Chitra
    Grahapati Upali
    Great Renunciatiation
    Habit and Personality
    Hall of Curiosity Sutta
    Hardship and Forbearance
    Hardships caused by Gods
    Help from Indra
    His Family
    Historian's Date of Buddha's Nirvana
    Historian's View
    Historical Perspective
    Imprisonment of the Father
    In Digambara Tradition
    In the Agamas
    In the Agamas
    In the Agamas (Sciptures)
    In the Jaina Agamas
    In the Tripatikas
    In the Tripitakas
    In the Tripitakas
    In Touch with Mahavira
    Inconsistencies
    Inconsistencies in Ceylonese Chronology
    Incontinence in Ajivakas
    Indrabhuti Gautama
    Initiatation in the Nigrantha Order
    Initiation in the Nirgrantha Region
    Initiation into Monkhood
    Initiation into the Buddhist Order
    Initiation of Princess
    Intentions Behind the world Nisiha
    Introduction to Life History
    Inttroduction
    Jaina Sravaka Vappa
    Jaina Sravaka Vappa
    Jaitasatru, Singh and Cetka
    Jamali
    Jamali and Priyadarsana
    Jatilasutta
    Jayanti
    Jayanti and Priyadarsani
    Kapila
    Kasayapa
    King Dasarna Bhadhadra
    Konika in the Jain Tradition
    Leading Buddhists Upasakas
    Leading Followers (Upasakas)
    Leading Jaina Upasakas
    Liberation
    Liberation of Gautama Buddha
    Liberation of Mahavira
    Literary Gems by the same Author
    Loka-finite or Infinite
    Mahabodhikumara
    Mahakasyapa
    Mahakatyayana
    Mahasilakantaka War and the Conquest of the Vajjis
    Mahavira & Buddha
    Mahavira fixing Canda-kausika on Spiritual Path
    Mahavira Middle Aged, Buddha Young
    Mahavira's Exertions for attaining Kaivalya
    Mahavira's Nirvana and Vikramaditya
    Mahavira's Wanderings and Camps
    Makkhali Gosala:  niyativadi
    Marici felt elated
    Marici's as a tridandi monk
    Marici's vacillation
    Marriage
    Meghakumara
    Meghakumara
    Method of Attainment
    Moggallana
    Monk Ardraka and a Atmadvaitavada
    Monk Ardraka and a Buddhist Bhiksu
    Monk Ardraka and a Vedic Brahamana
    Monk Ardraka and Hasti Tapas
    Monk Ardrakakumara and Gosalaka
    Monks and Nuns
    Mrgara Sresthi
    Muni Kalyana Vijayaji
    Murder of Maudgalyayana
    Murder of the Father
    Nalaka Parivrajaka
    Name and Profession
    Nammo Buddhassa Nammo Arahantanam
    Nanda
    Nanda , Rahula and Others
    Nandisena
    Need of an Exhaustive Research
    News of Nattaputta's Demise (2)
    Nigantha Upositha
    Niganthas in Lanka
    Nigrantha Influence on the Penances of Buddha
    Nigrantha Jnanaputra:  caturyama-samvara-vadi
    Nimittas
    Nisiha- On Lapses from Brahamacharya etc.
    Nisithastvardharatra
    Odium Theologicium
    Offer to the Niganthas
    Omniscience and Enlightenment
    On Initiation
    On the Language of the Texts
    On the Question of Conduct
    One or Two
    Other Contexts
    Other Kings
    Pakudha Kaccayana
    Pakudha Kaccayana:  annoyonya-vadi
    Pali Texts of the Tripitakas refering to Nigantha and Nataputta
    Parivarjaka monk Skandaka
    Pava, the place of Mahavira's Nirvana
    Pestilence in Vaisali
    Physical Stregth
    Pingalakoccha Brahmin
    Pious outcome of Sramanahood
    Position of Women in the Two Orders
    Practice of Celibacy which is Unpleasant to the mind
    Prasenajit
    Pravrtta-Parihara
    Previous Births
    Prince Abhaya
    Princess (Sons of Srenika)
    Problem of Chronology
    Prohibiting Initiation of Soldiers
    Proximity of Jains and Ajivakas
    Purana Kasapa
    Purna Kasyapa:  akriya-vadi
    Queen and Progeny of Kunika
    Queen of Srenika
    Question on the Future
    Quetions of Milinda
    Rajarsi Udayana
    Reconstruction of Cronology
    References
    Repentence
    Research and Conclusion
    Review
    Review
    Review
    Rsabhdatta and Devananda
    Sabhiya Parivrajaka
    Saccak Niganthaputra
    Saka Era
    Sakadalaputra
    Sakaya Princess and Upali
    Sakul Udayi
    Salibhadra
    Salibhadra and Dhanya
    Sanjaya Valatthiputta
    Sanjaya Velanthiputra:  viksepa-vadi
    Sariputta
    Sariputta and Moggalana
    Savvam me akaranijjam pavakammam
    Seven Spiritual Leaders at Rajagrha
    Simha Senapati
    Six Buddhas
    Skandaka
    Spiritual Exertions
    Split among the Vajjis
    Sramana Kesikumara
    Srenika Bimbisara
    Srenika's Love for His son
    Sri Srikand Ramapuria
    Sri Vijayendra Suri
    Storming of the wall round Vaisali
    Subhadra Parivrajaka
    Sulasa
    Tapas Sumedha
    Tapasa Kaladevala
    Tapasa Marici
    Tapasa Monks
    Testimony of the Later Works
    The Bhadravargiyas
    The Buddha's appearance in prison
    The Chronology of Buddha
    The concluding Article
    The Date of Buddha's Nirvana
    The Date of Buddha's Nirvana
    The Date of Mahavira's Nirvana
    The Date of Mahavira's Nirvana
    The eight Ultimates
    The Event of Mahavira's Nirvana in Tripitakas
    The Events of Mahavira's Seniority in Buddhist Tripitakas
    The Evidences of the Buddhidt Tritikas
    The First Review
    The gist of Dr.  Jacobi's Paper
    The Gupta Era
    The Monastic Order and its Expansion
    The Niganthas and Nigantha Nataputta in the Tripitikas
    The Original Text and its Elaboration
    The Pancvarga Bhiksu
    The Parivrajakas-Bhagwan
    The Penance of Niganthas
    The Story the God Mara
    The Traditional Date of Chinese Turkestan
    The Uppasampada of the Buddha
    The Vikrama Era
    The Worst
    Tibetan Tradition
    Totality of Episodes
    Traditional Dates of Nirvana
    Traditional Era of Vira- Nirvana
    Transfer of Embryo
    Udayana
    Udrayana
    Upali
    Use of Tejolesya
    Vaisali Republic
    Vasayana, A Bala Tapasvi
    Veneration and its Reasons
    Vidudhabha
    Views of Foreign Scholars
    Vinaya Pitaka
    Visakha, Mother of Mrgara
    Wanderings and Monsoon Camps
    Who the Guru
    With the Jina Sravakas
    Yasa and Others
Early History of Orissa Mittal, Amar Chand Absence of Coins
    Administration of Justice
    Administration of Kalinga under the Mauryas
    Administrative and Public Works
    Administrative Officers
    Aira
    Ananta Gumpha
    Art and Architecture
    Art and Architecture in the Udayagiri Khandagiri Caves
    Art of firing vessels
    Artistic Valuation
    Asoka's Conquest
    Authors
    Authorship
    Ayukta
    Bagha cave
    Baudhayana Dharma Sutra
    Brahamanic Literature
    Brahmanas & Aranyakas
    Brihaspatimitra
    Brihatsamhita
    Cave Architecture in Orissa
    Change in Asoka
    Chedi Vamsa
    Childhood of Kharavela
    Circumstantial Evidences
    City Administration
    Composition
    Condition of the Record
    Conquests of Kharavala
    Coronation of Kharavala
    Cultural Aspect - Problem of
    Date of Kharavela
    Date of Separate Kalinga Edicts
    Duta
    Economic Condition of the people
    Education of Kharavela
    Epoch of Kharavela
    Equipment
    Estimate of Kharavela
    Excavations
    Excavations and Drainage
    Extent of Empire
    Extent of Empire
    Extent of Empire
    Ferocious Nature of the Army
    Food Stuffs
    Forest Administration
    Forest Wealth
    From after Asoka to Kanva Rule
    Ganana
    Ganesa Cave
    Geographical Factors
    Governorships in Kalinga
    Habitations
    Hathigumpha
    Identification of Kalinga - Jina
    Identification of Nandaraja
    Internal Evidences
    Jail Administration
    Jayavijaya Cave
    Kalaberia
    Kalaberia
    Kalinga
    Kalinga under the Magadhan Imperialism
    Kalinga under the Mauryas
    Kamata - Quarry C
    Kanva Period
    Karankar
    Kautilyas Arthasastra
    Kavya Style
    Kharavela Administration
    Koilisuta
    Kongoda
    Kuliana
    Kuliana - Quarry C
    Kuliana - Tank A
    Kuliana - Tank B
    Lakes
    Lakes - Chilka
    Lakes - Sar
    Languages
    Latest Sites
    Lekha
    Lineage of Kharavela
    Lipikara
    Mahabharata
    Mahamatras
    Mahameghavahana Dynasty
    Mahapadma Nanda
    Mani Mekhlai
    Marriage of Kharavela
    Maurya Art in Kalinga
    Military Forces
    Militia
    Mode of Occurence
    Name Kharavela - its Etymology
    Nandas and Kalinga
    Nuaberi
    Numerical Strength
    Odra
    Origin of Kalinga and Utkala
    Orissa Finds
    Orissa, the Name
    Palaeography
    Panini's Ashtadhyayi
    Pariakoli
    Pativedika
    Peoples
    Peoples and their Conditions
    Phrase `Ti-Vasa-Sata
    Physical Features, Prehistorical and Traditional History
    Policy of Kharavela
    Political Condition of the Country at Kharavela's Accession
    Political Divisions
    Pradesika
    Pradesika
    Precedessors of Kharavela
    Precious Stones
    Prehistoric Orissa
    Prevalence of Jainism in Kalinga
    Proportions of Different families
    Pulisa
    Pulisa
    Puranic Traditions
    Rajjuka
    Ramayana
    Rani Gumpha
    Ready Money
    References to Nandaraja Considered
    Region
    Religious Life (Image Worship)
    Religious policy
    Rivers
    Rupa
    Sanga Period
    Satakarni
    Sava-vija
    Selection of Officers
    Serpent Cave
    Sisupalgarh Excavations
    Size
    Sources of Historicity of Kharavela
    Sources of Income
    Sources of Information
    State of Sculpture and Architecture
    Svargapuri Manchapuri
    Texts of Hathigumpha Cave , Inscription of Kharavela
    Texts of Manchapuri Cave Inscription of the Chief Queen of Kharavela
    Texts of Manchapuri Cave Inscription of Vakradeva
    The Buddhist Literature
    The City of Kalinga
    The Dhauli Elephant
    The Greek Literature
    The Hathigumpa Inscription
    The Hiatus
    The Jaina Literature
    The Lithic Age
    The Metallic Period (Copper Age)
    The Microlithic Period
    The Nanda rule in Kalinga
    The Neolithic Period
    The Palaeolithic Period
    Their habits and Practices
    Tishya Nakshatra and Kalinga
    Titles `Maharaja' and `Chakravarti'
    Topography
    Topography and Solid Geology
    Tosala
    Tour System of Government
    Traditional History as Depicted in Ancient Indian Literature
    Trikalinga
    Trilinga
    Under a Kumara Viceroy
    Under Chandragupta and Bindusara
    Utkala
    Vachabhumika
    Vavahara-vidhi
    Vedas
    Vegetables and Flora
    Wealth and Prosperity of Kalanga
    Yavanaraja Dimits
    Yukta
    Yukta
    Zoology of the Caves
Epitome of Jainism Jindal, K.  B. Cosmology-Old & New
    Dravya Samgraha
    Gommatsara, Jiva Kand
    Gommatsara, Karma Kand, Part II
    Niyamsara
    Panchastikaya Sara
    Parikshamukham
    Purusartha Siddhyupaya
    Samaysara
    Tattvartha Sutra
Aspects of Early Jainism Singh, Jai Prakash A list of Jaina Tirthankaras
    Important Centres of Jainism
    Pantheon
    Religious Organisations
    Schools in the Jaina Church
    The Dynasty of Adhichhatra
    The Jaina Religious Practices
    The Jaina Religious Thought
    The Types of Jaina Gods
Aspects of Jaina Art and Architecture Bhayani, H.  C. On the meaning of the Terms Balanaka and Caitya
  Deva, Krishana Jaina Art and Architecture under the Candellas
  Deva, Krishana Jaina Temple at Un
  Deva, Krishana Jaina Temples called Bhand Dewal at Arang
  Deva, Krishana Mahavira Temple, Ghanerav
  Deva, Krishana Mahavira Temple, Sewadi
  Deva, Krishana Santinatha Temple, Jhalarapatan
  Dhaky, M.  A. Ganga Jaina Sculpture
  Dhaky, M.  A. Santara Architecture
  Dhaky, M.  A. The Western Indian Jaina Temples
  Dwivedi, V.  P. Jaina Wood Carvings in the National Museum Collection
  Gai, G.  S. Jaina Monuments of
  Gai, G.  S. Mathura Jaina Inscriptions of the Kusana Period - A Fresh Study
  Jamindar, Rasesh Reflection on the Jaina Caves in Gujarat
  Kansara, N.  M. Jaina Temple as envisaged by Dhanapala in the Tilakamanjari
  Kramrisch, Stella Jaina Paintings of western India
  Krishna, Anand Illustrated Leaves from a Pancatatra Manuscript of the fifteenth century
  Krishnan, K.  C. Jaina Monuments of Tamil Nadu
  Malvania, D.  D. The Jaina Concept of the Deity
  Mankodi, Kirit A Rastrakuta Temple at Hallur in Bijapur District
  Meister, Michael W. Jaina Temples in Central India
  Nagaswamy, R. Jaina Art and Architecture under the Colas
  Nagaswamy, R. Jaina Art and Architecture under the Pallavas
  Rajan, K.  V.  Soudara Jaina Art and Architecture in Tamilnadu
  Ramesh, K.  V. The Jaina Art and Architecture of Tulunadu
  Sarkar, H. Jaina Art and Architecture in Kerala
  Settar, S. The Classical Kannada Literature and the Digambara Jaina Iconography
  Shah, Umakant Premanand Evolution of Jaina Iconography & Symbolism
  Shah, Umakant Premanand Evolution of Jaina Iconography & Symbolism
  Shah, Umakant Premanand Jaina Bronzes - A brief survey
  Singh, Harihar The Jaina Temples of Kumbharia
  Sompura, Prabhasankar O. The Jaina Architecture and Iconography in the Vastusastras of western India
  Srinivasan, K.  R. Jaina Art and Architecture under the Gangas of Talakad
Aspects of Jaina Monasticism Tatia, Nathmal Abbhutthana
    Acara-Vinaya
    Accepting food form him who has offered residence
    Accordng to Ayaradaso
    Admonition to other Monks
    Admonition to the Successor
    Adoption of the Victor's Course
    Agama
    Ahakammabhoanam
    Ana
    Appendix:  A Note on the word Monastcism
    Appucchana
    Asayana or Direspectful Conduct
    Avassiya
    Ayara
    Bhara-paccoruhanaya
    Bhavana
    Bibliography
    Chandana
    Changing gana more than once within six months
    Committing injury to life deliberately
    Comprehension of meaning
    Conclusion
    Consummation
    Crossin navel deep stream ten times a year
    Crossing navel-deep stream trice a month
    Ctttasamahitthanas or The Ten Stages of the Concentrated MInd
    Dedication
    Deliberately standing, lying down or sitting on live earth, The above ascts on earth wet with live water coverd with live dust
    Deliberately taking it form hands or pot or ladle, or utenil moist with livewater
    Departure
    Deportment
    Deportment
    Dharana
    Dosa-nigghayana-vinaya
    English Words
    Enjoyment of a given-up article repeatedly
    Essential Features
    Extension of the Rules of Victor's Course and their Exceptions
    Forgiveness and its merits
    Ganisampada or The Qualifications of the Gamin (Religious Head)
    Hatthakamma
    Icchakara
    Important aspects of the Samacari
    In Brahmanism
    In Brahmanism
    In Brahmanism
    In Buddhism
    In Buddhism
    In Buddhism
    In Buddhism, In Brhamanism
    In Buddism
    In Jainism
    In Modern Law
    Initiation and Ordination
    Introduction
    Introduction
    Introductory
    Itinerary
    Jina -kalpa or the Course of the Victors
    Jina-kalpa
    Jiya
    Kiyam
    Life of a Wanderer
    Mati
    Meaning
    Meaning
    Meaning
    Meaning and Literary Sources
    Mehuna-padisevana
    Memory of one's own past lives
    Micchakara
    Monastic Outfit
    Nisiiya
    Padipucchana
    Paoga
    Pariharavisuddhika or Suddhapariharika or Purifictory Cooperative Course
    Parikarma
    Partaking of asana, pana, khama, etc.
    Points of Agreement and departure
    Posture
    Practising deceit thrice a month
    Practising deciet ten times a year
    Preface
    Publishers' note
    Pure and Perfect disembodied existencd
    Pure and Perfect intuition
    Pure and perfect knowledge
    Qualifications according to Ayaradaso
    Raibhona
    Raipimada-bhoanam
    Sahilaya
    Same as for stone slab
    Samgaha-Parinna
    Sanskrit, Prakrit and Pali Words
    Sarira
    Sthavira-kalpa or the Course of the Eiders
    Suya
    Suya
    Suya-Vinaya
    Tahakkara
    Taking deliberately what is not given
    Telling a lie deliberately
    The Asamahitthanas or The Twenty Occasions of the Imbalance of mind
    The Basic conditions
    The Five Sources
    The Five Vyavakaras or The Sources of Monastic Legislation
    The Four Monastic Courses
    The Four Stages of Sin
    The Ideal Monk
    The Sabalas or the Twenty-One Types of Monks iwth Tainted Conduct
    The Samacari or The Ten Rules of Monastic Dportment
    The Ten Samacaris
    The Ten Stages:  Dhamma-cinta
    The Victor's Penance
    Thirty-three types of asayana according to Avasyaka Sutra
    Thirty-three types of asayana accoridng to Ayara-daso
    To Partake of deliverately the root, bulb, stem, skin, sprout, etc.
    Training
    Tulana
    Twenty-one Sabalas:
    Uvagarana-uppayanaya
    Uvasampaya
    Vannasamjalanaya
    Vayana
    Vayana
    Veritable dreams never experienced before
    Versified Summary
    Vikkhevana-Vinaya
    Vinaya-padivatti of the Antevasin
    Vinaya-paivatti of the Acary
    Yathalandaka or the Time-bound Course:
Astronomy & Cosmology Jain, L.  C. Abbreviations
    Another Value of Rajju
    Appendix-A
    Appendix-B
    Astromnomical Concepts
    Astronomical Theory
    Bibligraphy of Source Material
    Bibliography of Books
    Bibliography of Some Research Material
    Calendrical Yuga System
    Celestial diagram
    Certain Contributors
    Chinese Li
    Comparability
    Concept of Kalpa
    Concepts of Palya and Sagara
    Constructive Theories
    Cosmic Periods and Cycles
    Cosmological Concepts
    Date of Adoption of Calendar
    Eclipse Theory
    Evaluation of Rajju
    Evolutiion of epicycles
    Evolution of Yojana
    Foreword
    Frame of Descartes
    Graduation of Celestial Sphere
    Height as Latitude
    Index of the Diagram
    Introduction
    Jaina Cosmos
    Jaina Tradition
    Kinematics of Astral Bodies
    Literature in Digambara School
    Literature in Svetambara School
    Mathematical Astronomy
    Motion of Astral Bodies
    Naksatra System Abroad
    Note
    Pancanga
    Paravartana Periods
    Precession of Equinoxes
    Principle Theories
    Rationalization
    Rationalization of Yojana
    Relative Motion of Nakstras
    Relative Motion of the Moon
    Relative Motion of the Sun
    Science Awakening
    Shadow Planets
    Source Material
    Symmetric Setting
    Tchnical Terms
    Types of Angulas
    Vedanga Jyotisa
    Vedic Literature
    Volume of Universe
    What is Jaina Theory?
    Yuga Bhagana
Atma Siddhi of Shrimad Rajchandra Jaini, J.  L. Characteristics of a fit pupil
    Characteristics of an unfit pupil
    Conclusion
    Duties of a True Pupil
    English Translation
    Gujarati Original Text
    Introduction to book Atma Siddhi
    Life of Rajchandra
    Philosophy of Six Padas or Spiritual Steps of Shrimad Rajchandra
    Pupil's Joy
    Sanskrit Translation
    The 6 propositions :  Contra and Pro
    True Teacher
Atma Tatva Vichar or Philosophy of Soul Vijaya Laxmansurishverji, Acharaya Annihilation of Karas
    Avoiding Sins
    Bliss of Soul
    Bondage of Actions
    Causes of Karmic Bonds
    Eight Karmas
    Essentiality of Religion
    Existence of Soul
    Further Consideratin about Karmic Bondage and its Causes
    Glossary
    How to acquire Self Knowledge
    Identification of Religion
    Indvisibility of Soul
    Karana (Instrument)
    Karma
    Karmas:  Good and Evil
    Manifestation of Karmas
    More Reflections about Causes of Karmic Bondages
    Omniscience
    Power of frivolity of Soul
    Power of Karma
    Power of Religion
    Practice of Religion
    Rebirth
    Religion
    Resolutions of Soul
    Right Conduct
    Right conviction-Faith
    Right Faith
    Right Knowledge
    Righteous Conduct
    Soul
    Soul is distict form body etc
    Spiritual Joy
    Stages of the Attributes of the Soul
    The number of Souls
    The Power of Soul
    The treasures of Soul
    Varieties of Religion
    What is Karma?
Atonement in the Ancient Rituals of the Jaina monks Caillat, Colette Atonement:  Isolation
    Atonement:  Mixed
    Atonement:  Repentance
    Atonement:  Restitution
    Atonement:  The Undisturbed Abandonment of the body
    Atonements:  Demotion and Exclusion
    Atonment:  Confession
    Bibliography
    Complemetary Observance:  The Service
    Conclusion
    Dispensations.  Exceptions to the second and fourth `Great vows'
    General Priciples
    Organisation of the Monastic Life
    The Atonements
    The Atonements and Modification
    The Changes of Gana
    The Hierarchy
    The Jaina Religious :  Their Title
    The limits Of the Distinctive Character of Jinism
    The Offenses
    The Subdivisions of the Monastic Community
    The Teacher
    The Texts
    Theoretical Problems
    Transgressions and Merits .  Freedom and Resposibility
Awakening Padmasagarsuri, Acharya Shree Benevolence
    Good Company
    Health
    Humanity
    Let us become Fearless
    Pride and Attachment
    Rightness or Thoroughness
    Salvation through Knowledge
    Sathchidanand
    Science and Religion
    Self-kwoledge
    Some Great Statements of Acharyashri Padmasagar Sooriji
    Some Rituals and Festivals
    Story of Anjana
    Story of Madan Rekha
    The Aim of Life
    The Flowering of Life
    The Four Difficult Attainments
    The Place of Dharma
    The Pupil
    The Pure Mind
    The Renunciation of Pleasures
    The Right Use of Means
    The Teacher and the Disciple
    The True Jain
Ayaro (Acaranga Sutra) Kumar, Mahedra Muni A Hypocritical Ascetic
    Abandonment of Clothes
    Abandonment of Clothes
    Abandonment of Food by an ailing monk
    Abandonment of Medicine by Bhagwan Mahavira
    Abandonment of Possessiveness by Ascetic
    Acquisitiveness
    Acquisitiveness and its Evils
    Admonition to Ascetics
    Advanced Asceticism (Dhuta)
    Ahimsa
    Air-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
    Attachment
    Avoiding Heretics
    Avoiding the Forbidden
    Behavior of Recluse
    Bhagwan Mahavira Seats and Retreats
    Bhagwan Mahavira's Endurance of Hardship
    Bhakta-pratyakhyana
    Bondage and Riddance of Karma Particles
    Cause of Influx of Karma Particles
    Comparison of Plant Life with Human Life
    Comprehension and Renunciation of Weapons
    Conduct of the Unattached One
    Conscious Preparation for Death
    Consequences of Influx of Karma Particles
    Contenplation of Solitariness
    Dedication to the Aim
    Definition of Monk
    Dejection amongst Sadhakas lacking in Spiritual Insight
    Dietary Routine
    Discourse on Knowledge
    Dispelling Ennui
    Earth-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
    Emancipation
    Equality
    Equality of Beings with the Self
    Eschewing Taste
    Evils of Sensuality and Self Indulgent Persons
    Existence of Soul
    Existence of the Beings of Fire-body
    Existence of the beings of Water-body
    Faith
    Fast unto Death called Imgini (Itvarika)
    Fasting unto Death
    Fasting unto Death called Prayopagmana
    Fire-beings :  Their Life and Experience
    Forswearing of Passions
    Forswearing of Violence
    Forswearing of Violence to Air-beings
    Forswearing of Violence to Ascetics
    Forswearing of Violence to Fire-beings
    Forswearing of Violence to Mobile Living Beings
    Forswearing of Violence to Monks
    Forswearing of Violence to Plants
    Forswearing the Use of Fire
    Fundamental Motives of Actions
    Guidance
    Ignorance
    Imgini Marana
    Improper Conduct
    Initiation into Ascetic Life
    Injury to Earth-beings
    Knowledge of the Supreme Reality
    Liberation from Bondage
    Lust
    Manifold Desires of Man
    Manner of Moving (For an Ascetic)
    Mobile Living Beings :  Their Animation and Experience of pain
    Non-Acquisitiveness and Detachment from sensual Pleasures
    Non-attachment to Desire
    Non-attachment to Food
    Non-Violence
    Observance Non-violence in Medical Treatment
    On Preaching Sermons
    Practice of Asceticism in Solitariness by an immature Ascetic
    Practice of Celibacy
    Practice of Self-discipline
    Practice of Stoppage of Karma
    Prayopagamana
    Preceptor
    Remedy of the Maladies
    Remedy of the Maladies
    Renunciation of Aquisitiveness
    Riddance of Kasaya
    Right Ascetic Discipline
    Right Austerities
    Rules for Service
    Rules for Service
    Spiritual World
    Stoppage of Influx
    Subjugation of the World (passions)
    The (True) Monk
    The Dhuta of Abandonment of Conceit
    The Dhuta of Forbearance
    The Dhuta of Freedom from Passions
    The Dhuta of Humbleness
    The Dhuta of Self-discipline
    The Dhuta of Sermons
    The Dhuta of the abandonment of Clothes
    The Dhuta of the abandonment of Karma
    The Dhuta of the abandonment of Relatives
    The Dhuta of the attenuation of the body
    The Essence in the world
    The Excellence of Righteousness
    The Immaculate Soul-The Supreme Soul
    The Knowledge:  Critique of the Doctrine of Ahimsa
    The path of Vigilance
    The Practice of Truth
    The Rambles of Bhagwan Mahavira
    The Relinquishment of Clothes
    The Relinquishment of Clothes
    The Shifting sands of Life
    The Soul
    The Torpid and the Wide-awake
    The True Doctrine:  Non-violence
    The Truth
    Tormentation of beings by other beings
    Unattachment
    Unbiased Attitude
    Use of Violence
    Vegetable-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
    Violence to Beings of Vegetable-body
    Violence to Mobile Living Beings
    Violence to the Beings of Air-body
    Viveka
    Wakefulness by Contemplation of being unprotected
    Water-beings :  Their Animation and Experience of Pain
    World of Recurrent Transmigration
Bhagavan Mahavira Tulsi, Acharya Before the Advent of Bhagavan Mahavira
    Epilogue
    Foundation of Religious Order
    Kaivalya (OmniScience) and the Bhagavan's Sermons
    Nirvana (Liberation)
    Philosophy and Exhortation
    The Period of Sadhana (Spiritual Disicipline)
    The Relevance of the Jaina Religion to Modern Problems
    Thirty Years of Family Life
    Transvaluation
Bhagavati Sutra Vol-1 Book 1-2 Lalwani, K.  C. Activities due to movement and passions
    Activities that end all activities
    Activity
    Angular movement
    Asurakumaras
    Ativities
    Body of Infernal beings
    Bondage of faith deluding Karmas
    Cause and victory and defeat
    Celetial beings
    Celetial beings
    Cells in the hells
    Cells of Asurakumaras
    Cells of Earth bodies
    Change and non-change
    Clarification on Life span
    Course of Life of the non restrained
    Delusion of faith
    Dialogue with Arya Roha
    Distance at sunrise and sun set
    Division of molecules
    Duration in Life cycle
    Earth bodies
    Earth bodies
    Endeavour to move up
    Energy
    Energy
    Eternality of Matter
    Faith delusion of infernals and monks
    Harm to self, to others, to both, to none
    Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake
    Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake, more on intake
    Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake, more on intake
    Infernal beings:  their life span , respirations and intake, timing of intake
    Intake by Asurakumaras
    Intervals before fresh arrivals
    Kalasavesiyaputra's questions to the elderly monks
    Karma bondage
    Karma bondage of
    Karma bondage of infernal beings
    Karma divisions
    Knowledge
    Liberation at the exhaustion of Karma
    Liberation of the monk
    Life
    Life in the Mother's womb
    Life of Asurakumaras
    Life of the celetial beings
    Life of the earth bodies
    Life of the five-organ non-humans
    Life of the human beings
    Life of the two-organ and other beings
    Life span of the fool, the prudent etc.
    Limbs of the embryo
    Man's activities
    migration of the embryo to infernal and other existences
    Minute water bodies
    Mon human beings with five organs and human beings
    Mon human beings with five organs and human beings
    More on infernal beings
    More on infernal beings
    Movement down
    Nagakumaras
    Nine questions on karma bondage
    Non-renunciation
    Non-restrained homeless
    Outcome of taking permitted things
    Outcome of violating prohibitions
    Phyical dimensions
    Relation between soul and matter
    Self created misery
    Sound import, suggestions
    Space limit and sundry items
    Standard of pain of infernal beings
    State of being and not being
    State of being and state of not being
    State of Pregnancy
    The base of space
    Three or four organ beings
    Tinge , outlook of the infernal beings
    Tinge , outlook of the infernal beings
    Tinges
    Two organ and more organ and more beings
    Two organ beings
    Weight of the Living beings
    wholesome for the monk
Bhagavati Sutra Vol-2 Book 3-4-5 Lalwani, K.  C. A city named Campa
    A scene at Balicanca
    Ability of the Masters of 14 Purvas
    Abodes of Asurakumara
    Absolute Knowledge of Omniscient
    Acquisition of matter by cloth and soul
    Activities of the Asurakumaras
    Activities of the infernals
    Activities of the two-organ beings and the rest
    Airbodies power to transform
    Astikayas
    Asurakumara disrespect Tamalis dead-body
    Asuras beg to be forgiven
    Asurendra Camara
    Attitude of two Indras towards each other
    Beneath the heavens
    Beneath the world (hells)
    birth of Camarendra
    Bondage of Karma
    Bondage of life span
    Camara story ends
    Camara-Canca
    Camara's body-guard Gods
    Camara's body-guard Gods
    Camara's challenge to Sakra
    Camarendra craves for support
    Camarendra craves for support
    Camarendra routed by Sakra
    Camarendra's remorse
    Capital cities of Lokapalas
    Celetial beings
    Characterisation of molecules of matter
    Cloth and soul :  with beginning and end
    Cloud's power to transform
    Couplet
    couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Couplet:  Lokapalas of Isanendra
    Devas power to transform
    Deva's power to with-hold
    Dharanendra
    Dharmastikaya
    Dharmastikaya
    Dialogue and Skandaka
    Downward movement of Asurakumara
    Energy of the Omniscient
    Fourteen gates
    Gods are non-restrained
    Happiness and misery
    Harinaigamesi
    Height of the Vimanas of Sakrendra and Isanendra
    Hells and final vimanas
    Hot spring at Rajagrha
    Increase and decrease in number of living beings
    Indras
    Indra's Assembly
    Isanendra
    Isanendra worships Mahavira
    Isles and seas
    Karma and its span
    Karma:  great and little
    Knowledge of Omniscient
    Krsnaraji or dark formation
    Language
    Life span determined by renunciation
    Lokantika Devas
    Lokantika Devas
    Lokapala Somadeva and others
    Meaning of Rajagrha
    Monk Kurudattaputta and other heavens
    Monk transforming into horse form
    Monks
    Monk's power to fly over a mountain
    Monk's power to fly over a mountain
    Monk's power to know and see
    More on Isanendra
    More on monk's power transform
    More on the movement of Indras
    Movement with life span
    Objects of senses
    On activities
    On activities
    On archer's activity
    On cause and non-cause
    On fire - bodies
    On grains, pulses and wine
    On happiness and misery again
    On hearing of sound
    On heretical tenets
    On infernal beings
    On Intake
    On intake
    On intake
    On knowing by the monks
    On Language of the Gods
    On light and darkness
    On measurable time
    On pain from , and exhaustion of, karma
    On Patriarchs
    On preceptors and teachers
    On prohibited acts
    On short and long span of life
    On soul
    On sun rise and sun set; measure of day and night
    On the bondage of liars
    On the bondage of life span
    On the commencement of rainfall
    On the indivisibility of molecules
    On the monk and the Omniscient:  their respective laghter
    On the Omniscient
    On the perfection of the monks
    On the span of existence of molecules of matter
    On the sprouting of corn
    On the throbbing of molecules
    On the touch between molecules of matter
    On those who bind karma
    On those who bind karma
    On time sense
    On tinges
    On tinges
    On winds
    On winter etc
    Organs of senses
    Power of the deceitful and the deceit-free to transform
    Pregnancy
    Previous birth of Camarendra
    Previous Birth of Ishanendra
    Procreation
    Progeny
    Questions by monk Nirgranthiputra
    Rage of Isanendra
    Respirations
    Sakrendra
    Salt sea
    Samanika Gods of Asurendra Camara
    Samudghata
    Samudghata
    Sanatkumara
    Silent questions by two Gods
    Skarendra withdraws his thunderbolt
    Sky
    Soul
    Soul and Instruments
    Soul and renunciation
    Sphere of time
    Sun rise in Dhatakikhanda and Puskaradha
    Sun rise in salt sea
    Tamali is born in Isanakalpa
    Tamali rejects prayer
    Tamaskaya or bodies formed by dark matter
    Tidal bores in Salt sea
    Time by comparison
    Time by comparison
    Time cycle
    Time taken by infatuated restrained
    Time taken by matter of sound to retransform
    Time taken by molecules of matter to transform
    Transformation by one with a right outlook
    Transformation by one with a wrong outlook
    upnward movement of Asurakumara
    Vairocanendra Bali
    Why Asurakumaras go to Saudharmakalpa
    With senior monks from the order of Parsva
    With the Sravaka from Tungika
    Worlds
Bhagavati Sutra Vol-3 Book 7-8 Lalwani, K.  C. A dialogue between senior monks and heretics
    Account of Kalodai
    Account of Mahasilakantaka battle
    Account of Rathamusala battle
    Activities - iriyapathiki and sampataiki
    Activities again
    Activities of a zealous monk
    Activities without renunciation
    Body type bondage
    Bondage and experience of life span
    Bondage due to the formation of a fluid body
    Bondage due to the formation of a Karman body
    Correlation between the bondage of bodies
    Couplet
    Couplet
    Criteria for purity
    Criteria for purity
    Devotion and devotee
    Eight worlds
    Eternality or otherwise of infernal beings
    Experience with and without desiring
    Flow of movement
    Followers , belongings
    Food intake by plants
    Goal of a karma free soul
    Karma bondage of the soul
    Karma experience and exhaustion
    Karma painful and painfree
    Karma pleasant and unpleasant
    Last life of a devotee
    Last phase of the time cycle in Bharata
    Matter as a mixture
    Matter spontaneously transformed
    Merit in offering pure and right food
    merit on bestowing food
    Objects not known to a junior monk
    On adversaries
    On behavior
    On birds
    On bondage
    On bondage again
    On deeds
    On desires and experiences
    On devotion to conduct and canon
    On Karma and hardship
    On knowledge as power
    On lapses in intake
    On relative activities
    On renunciation; right or wrong
    On the chadmasta again
    On the chadmasta and the Kevalin
    On the touch of pain
    On the transformation of matter
    On transformation of matter
    On transformation of one object
    Pain from sin
    Poisonous beings
    Prohibition regarding space
    Question of eternality
    Question of eternality
    Relative position of the outcome
    Renounced and unrenounced
    Section (dandaka) eight ; on sense organs and color
    Section (dandaka) five ; regarding body and sense organs
    Section (dandaka) four ; regarding sense organs
    Section (dandaka) nine ; on body, sense organs and color
    Section (dandaka) one ; general classification
    Section (dandaka) seven ; on body and color
    Section (dandaka) six ; regarding color till body structure
    Section (dandaka) three ; on body types
    Section (dandaka) two ; with or without attainment
    Space points of matter
    The shape of the universe
    The sun and the sun shine
    Timing of Intake
    Tinges and karmas
    Touch of space points of the soul by weapon
    Transformation when two objects are involved
    Transgression of a Sravaka's vow
    Twenty gateways of acquisition of knowledge and non-knowledge
    Types of Knowledge
    Types of renunciation
    Types of trees
    Types of wordly beings
    Unrestrained monk
    What is it that is burning in a lamp
    when four objects are involved
    when three objects are involved
Bhagavati SUtra Vol-4 Book 9 Lalwani, K.  C. Activities
    An Interview with Gangeya
    Ascetic Pudgala
    Ascetic Pudgala
    Body
    Council of Sakrendra and others
    Directions
    Ekoruka and other Isles in Salt Ocean
    Family of Camarendra
    Family of Indras of the Vyantaras and others
    Family of Jyotisendra and others
    Family of Sakrendra and others
    Family of Valindras
    Interview with Syamahasti on thirty-three Gods of Camarendra
    Isles in Salt Ocean
    Jamali the Rebel
    Killer of a man or no-man
    Killer of a monk or no-monk
    Killer of a monk or no-monk
    Language
    Life in Karnik
    Life in Kumbhika
    Life in Nalika
    Life in Nalina
    Life in Padma
    Life in Palasa
    Life in Saluka
    Life in Utpala
    Life of Mahavala
    Men in the Isles in the Salt Ocean
    Moons in Jambudvipa
    Moons in Jambudvipa
    One-Organ and their respiration
    Power of Gods
    Power of Gods
    Questions of Merchant Sudarsana on time
    Rajarsi Siva
    Resolve and Devotion
    Rsabhadatta and Devananda
    Rsibhadraputra, the worshipper of Sramanas
    Sound of a horse
    Space-points of the Soul placed on a Space-point of the sky:  Example of a Dancer
    The knowledge of the Law on hearing
    The knowledge of the Law without hearing
    Thirty-three Gods of Sakrendra
    Thirty-three Gods of Valindra and Dharanendra
    Types of Universe
    Uterus and pain
    Vastness of Non-world i.e.  Vacant Space
    Vastness of the Universe
Bhavana Bodh Rajchandra Shrimad Anitya Bhavana ( Aspiration of Transience )
    Anytva Bhavana ( Aspiration of Every thing as separate than ourself )
    Ascuchi Bhavana ( Aspiration of Impurity )
    Asharan Bhavana ( Aspiration of Want of Protection )
    Asrav Bhavana ( Aspiration of Incoming Elements )
    Ekatva Bhavana ( Aspiration of Loneliness )
    Lokaswarup Bhavana ( Aspiration of knowing the nature of fourteen wordls)
    Nirjar Bhavana ( Aspiration of shedding of bondages )
    Nivrutti Bodh
    Samvar Bhavana ( Aspiration of restrainment of new bondages )
    Twelve Liberating Aspirations
    Wherein lies real Happiness
Bhavana Sataka Ratnachandraji, Maharaja Pandit Munishri Anitya Bhavana
    Anyatva Bhavana
    Asarana Bhavana
    Asrava Bhavana
    Asuci Bhavana
    Bodhi durlabha Bhavana
    Dharma Bhavana
    Ekatva Bhavana
    Loka Bhavana
    Mangalacaranam
    Nirjara Bhavana
    Prasastih
    Samsara Bhavana
    Samvara Bhavana
    Upasamharah
Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa Arundhati, P. Brahmanism
    Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa - Chapterisation
    Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa - Introduction
    Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa - Political Background
    Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa - Scope of Book
    Brahmanism Jainism and Buddhism in Andhra Desa - Sources
    Buddhism
    Dharma
    Introduction to Buddhism
    Minor Cults
    Monachism, Teachers, Canon and Philosophy
    Mythology and Institutions
    Popular Religious Rites, Festivals, and other beliefs
    Religious Life of Buddhist House-holder
    Religious Thoughts
    Sadharna Dharma
    Saivism
    Saktism
    Schools of Buddhism
    Smarta Dharma
    Srauta Dharma
    Tantrism
    Vaisnavism
Catalogue of the Indian Collections in the Museum of Fine arts, Boston Coomaraswamy, Ananda K Bibliography of Jainism
    Bibliography of Jainism
    Further Explanation of Various Terms
    ife of Mahavira and other Jinas
    Jaina Cosmology
    Jaina Literature
    Jaina Paintings
    Jainism
    Jinas
    List of Donors
    List of Manuscripts
    Miscellaneous Drawings
    Summary of the story of Kalakacarya
    Summary of the story of Salibhadra
Catalogue of the Jaina Manuscripts at Strabourg Tripathi, Chandrabhal A correspondence table of numbers
    Author - Prasasti
    Author and Authorship
    Author and Authorship - manuscripts
    Beginning of Manuscript
    Beginning of the Text
    Brackets and Signs
    Brief Evaluation of The Strasbourg Collection
    Canonical texts
    Caritas
    Catalogue - Indian, Especially Jaina Manuscripts
    Collection - Prasasti
    Collections of Arhanta Stories
    Collections of other Stories
    Collections, - Indian, Especially Jaina Manuscripts
    Colophon
    Commentary - Manuscripts
    Components of the Headings
    Cosmographical Texts
    DAte - Manuscript
    Dates of Composition
    Dates of copying
    Digambara Siddhanta
    Donor - Prasasti
    Early Exegetical Literature
    Early Svetambara Works
    End of Text
    Explanation of Basic Terms
    Floating Verses
    Free or Ornamental Areas
    Function of The Citations
    Further
    Further specimen of the Text
    Gacchas and Kulas
    General Philosophical works
    General Remarks
    Glosses
    Glosses
    Headings
    Hymns (other languages)
    Hymns (Sanskrit and Prakrit)
    Indian, Especially Jaina Manuscripts
    Jaina Manuscripts
    Karma Literature
    Kriyakalapa Text
    Language - Manuscripts
    Later Avasyaka Literature
    Lines and Columns - Manuscripts
    Mantras
    Manuscripts
    Manuscripts - The Numbering
    Material
    Miscellaneous
    Narrative Literature
    Non Jaina Texts
    Non Jaina Texts
    Notes on Authors
    Notes on Manuscripts
    Notes on Texts
    Number of Folios and Foliation - Manuscripts
    Persons
    Philosophical and Dogmatical Works
    Places and Religions
    Places and Religions
    Points not included in the Description - Manuscript
    Pramana etc.
    Prasasti
    Previous studies in Indian Manuscriptology
    Pujas
    Puranas
    Relation between Manuscripts and Texts
    Relation between Manuscripts and Texts
    Relation between Manuscripts, Texts and Entries
    Ritualistic works and hymns
    Scheme of the Citations
    Scheme of the Citations
    Scribal Remarks
    Scribal Remarks
    Scribal Remarks and their translations
    Script
    Semi-historical and Historical Texts
    Short History of The Strasbourg Collection
    Size of Folios - Manuscripts
    Sravakacara and Anthologies
    Supplement
    Svetambara Agama
    Terms of Indian Chronometry
    Text
    Text - Prasasti
    Texts
    The Citations
    The Citations
    The Description - Manuscripts
    The Entries
    The Entry and its Elements
    The References
    The Strasbourg Collection
    Title of the Text
    Titles
    Traditional Terms for Manuscripts
    Transcription
    Tripatha, Pancapatha etc.
    Types of Manuscripts
    Types of Manuscripts
    Unidentified Verses
    Viddhis
    Works by Kundakunda
    Works by other authors
    Works by Umasvati
Confluence of Opposites, Scientific Study of Comparative Religion Jain, Champat Rai Ancient and extinct faiths
    Comparative Religion is Science
    God
    Islam
    Metaphysics
    Mythology
    Religion as a Science
    Rituals
    Solution of allegories
    Soul blissful by Nature
    Summary and Conclusion to Confluence of Opposites
    The Method of Comparison
    The Teaching of New Testament
Dasavaikalika Sutra, Arya Sayyambhava's Lalwani, K.  C. Classification of Humility
    Code of Conduct
    Faith in & Practice of Restraint
    Merits of one with Humility, etc.,
    On an Arhat
    On Behavior and Misbehavior
    On Great Conduct
    On Humility
    On Mental Health that Humility imparts
    On Restraint of Self and others
    On the Mode of search
    On the selection of Right Food
    Purifying Speech
    Rati-vakya
    Sa-bhiksu
    The Blossoms of the tree
    Vivikta-charya
Dravya Sangrah Goshal, Sarat Chandra Characterstics of Ajiva
    Characterstics of Jiva
    Conventional Meditation
    Mangalacharan
    Practice of Meditation
    Real Meditation
    Seven Elements (Tattvas)
    Six Substances and Five Astikayas in them
    The Right path and means of Liberation
Dravya-Samgraha of Nemichandra Siddhanta-Chakravartti Ghoshal, S.  C. A Guide to Transliteration
    Adharma
    Alphabetial List of Works Consulted
    Alphabetical Index of the Prakrit Gathas
    Alphabetical Index of the Sanskrit Chhayas
    Alphabetical Index to the Introduction
    Appendices
    Bandha, according to Prakriti, Sthiti, Anubhaga nd Pradesa
    Bhava-moksa and Dravya-moksa
    Bhava-samvara and Dravya-samvara
    Bhavasrava and Dravyasrava
    Bhavasrava nd Dravyasrava
    Brahmadeva's commentary
    Chamunda Raya
    Chandragiri and Vindhyagiri
    Chandragiri at Sravana Belgola in Mysore
    Characteristics of Dravyasrava
    Charitra
    Commentaries on Gommatasara
    Connection of Jiva with Karmas
    Darsana
    Definition of Astikaya
    Definition of Pradesa
    Dharma
    Dravya-Samgraha:  Text and Translation
    Excellent meditaition
    Ganga Raja
    General Index
    Gommatasara
    Gommatesvara
    How to succeed in meditaion
    Inscribed slabs below the image of Vahuvali in Gommatesvara temple on Vindhyagiri
    Inscription at the foot of the image of Vahuvali in Gommatesvara temple on Vindhyagiri
    Introduction
    Jiva-without form, according to Nischaya Naya, and having form, according to Vyavahara Naya
    Jiva, according to Suddha Naya
    Jiva, according to Vyavahara and Nischaya Naya
    Ksapanasara
    Labdhisara
    List of Illustrations
    Lokakasa and Alokakasa
    Lokakasa containing the Dravyas and Alokakasa beyond it
    Marasimha II
    Mukta Jivas
    Nemichandra Siddhanta-chakravartti explaining the scriptures to Chamundaraya
    Nemichandra Siddhanta-chakravartti, the author of Dravya-samgraha
    Nischaya Dhyana
    Notes on Important References
    Paryapta and Aparyapta Jivas
    Paryapta and Aparyapta Jivas
    Perfect Conduct
    Perfect knowledge
    Points of time
    Pradesa in Jiva, Pudgala, Dharma, Adharma, Akasa, and Kala
    Pratisthapatha
    Preface
    Punaya and Papa
    Rachamalla II or Rajamalla II
    Sanskrit Commentary (Vritti) by Brahmadeva
    Sravana Belgola
    Sthavata and Trasa Jivas
    Sub-divisions of Jnana
    SUBJECT-MATTER of Dravya-samgraha
    The anointing ceremony of Vahuvali Gommatesvara
    The Causes of Liberation
    The characteristicas of Jiva
    The date of the construction of the image
    The Dravyas, Jiva and Ajiva
    The efficacy of practising penances, keeping vows and reading Scriptures
    The Extent and Existence of Jiva
    The five Astikayas
    The four kinds of Darsana
    The fourteen Gunasthanas
    The fourteen Marganas
    The fruits of Karmas-whether enjoyed by Jiva
    The Ganga Dynasty
    The Gurus of Nemichandra
    The importance of Dhyana
    The Inscriptions below the image of Gommatesvara
    The Legendary account of Bhujavali
    The legendary accounts of he establishment of the image by Chamunda Raya
    The meditation of Mantras
    The modification of Pudgala
    The Pancha Paramesthis
    The rise of Jnana and Darsana in Samsarts and Kevalts
    The six kinds of Dravya
    The Soul, with reference to Liberation
    The Story in Rajavali Kathe
    The story in Sthala-purana
    The story in Vahuvali Charitra
    The sub-divisions of Bhavasrava
    The Temple of Neminatha by Chamundaraya (lengthwise)
    The Temple of Neminatha by Chamundaraya on Chandragiri (Southern Side)
    The Temple of Vahuvali Gomateswara by Chamundaraya on Vindhyagiri at Sravana Belgola
    The three kinds of Samaropa
    The two kinds of Akasa
    The two kinds of Nirjara
    The two kinds of Upayoga
    The varieties of Ajiva
    The Works of Nemichandra
    Trilokasara
    Vahuvali Gommatesvara
    Varieties of Bhava-Samvara
    Varieties of colour, taste, smell and touch
    Vyavahara and Paramarthika Kala
    Who is a Sadhu?
    Who is a Siddha?
    Who is an Acharya?
    Who is an Arhat?
    Who is an Upadhyaya?
    Why Pudgala is Kaya?
Dvyasrayakavya, Hemchandra's (A Literary and Cultural Study) Narang, Satya Pal Accurate Information of Hemacadra supported by other Historical evidences
    Administration
    Agastya, Aditya
    Agriculture
    Airavata, Kama, Kartaviryarjuna, Kubera
    Alphabetical
    Animals
    Army and warfare
    Arrangement
    Arthasastra
    Astronomy
    Asvasastra
    Attitude of Brahmanas
    Ayurveda
    Beliefs and superstitions
    Birds
    Brahmanism
    Buddhism
    Camundaraja, Vallabharaja
    Canto-wise
    Caritas
    Caste system
    Characterization
    Cities
    Combination of groups ; obsolete and usage
    Commentaries
    Communication; debt
    Creepers
    Description
    Descriptions
    Dharamsastra
    Dictionaries
    Dress
    Durlabharaja
    Dvyasrayakavya; A Mahakavya
    Economic conditions
    Education
    Elliptical examples
    Epic Mythology
    Epithets
    Exaggerations and transformation of facts
    Examples of negation
    Fares and Festivals
    Fauna and flora
    Figures of Speech
    Flowers
    Food and drinks
    Foreign trade; coins
    Gajasastra
    Games and amusement
    Gathas
    Geographical data
    Graharipu
    Grammar
    Grammar
    Grammatical Study
    Group of Irregular forms
    Hemacandra's Erudition (General)
    Historical Evaluation
    Indra
    It letters; further classifications
    Jainism
    Jayasimha
    Kamasastra
    Karuna, Bhima
    Kings
    Krna, Brahama, Brhaspati, Manu, Mainaka, Yama
    Kumarapala
    Language and Style
    Life and Personality of Hemacandra
    Long lists of suffixes
    Long Lists of words or roots in a sutra
    Marriage
    Meeting with Jayasinhha
    Meeting with Kumarapala
    Metrical Analysis
    Metrics
    Miscellaneous
    Moksa, Music, Dance, and Dramaturgy
    Mountains
    Mularaja
    Music
    Mythologica allusions in the Dvyasryakavya
    New facts only for grammatical illustration
    New Information not given by contemporary sources
    Occupations
    Officers
    Omens
    Omissions and their probable causes
    One root in many senses
    Optional examples
    Ornaments
    Other Minor Characters
    Other works ascribed to Hemacandra
    Philosophical Systems
    Philosophy
    Pilgrimage
    Poems
    Polity and administration
    Position of women
    Prefixes; one word, many senses; group of words (Gana)
    Propagation of Jainism
    Puranic Legends
    Ratnasastra
    Religious position
    Reptiles
    Rhetorics
    Rhetorics, Epics and Puranas
    Rituals
    Rivers
    Rudra, Laksmi, Varuna, Visnu
    Saivism
    Sanjna and Adhikarasutras
    Sanjna employed in a sutra
    Semi-Gods
    Sentiments
    Siksa, Nirukta
    Siva, Sesanaga, Sarasvati, Skanda
    Social conditions
    Society
    States and territorial divisions
    Sun-worship, Agastya-worship, Mother Goddesses
    Synonyms
    Trees
    Tribes
    Vaisnavism
    Vedangas, Metrics
    Vedas
    Vedic Mythology
    Weights and measurements
    Works of Hemacandra
Early Jainism Dixit, K.  K. A Historical Evaluation of Uttaradhyayana and Dasavaikalika
    A special relevance of Suttanipata for Jaina studies
    Acaranga II
    Arambha and Parigraha
    Extremely Hard Ascetic Life
    General Statement
    Introduction
    Kasaya and Mahavrata :  No well-established concepts
    Monastic Jurisprudence:  Not yet formulated
    No Special Epistemology
    No Special Mythology
    No Special Ontology
    No Superhumanization of the biography of Mahavira
    Parisaha and Bhiksadosa :  No well-established concepts
    Prasanavyakarana
    Rsibhasita
    Six-fold objects of Arambha
    Some Noteworthy features of the Jaina Speculation as occuring in Accaranaga I and Sutrakrtanga I
    Some Relevant Passages from Acaranga I considered
    Sutrakrtanga II - A Historical Evaluation
    The Animate and Inanimate Objects of Parigraha
    The five Anga Texts of the form of a story-collection
    The four old Chedasutras
    The Karma Doctrine in Primitive form
    The problem of Employment of speech
    The problem of Moving about
    The problem of Proving Alms
    Unconditional Emphasis on World Renunciation
Elements of Jaina Iconography Tiwari, Nandan Prasad A note on the Identfication of a Tirthankara Image at Bharat kala Bhavan, Varanasi
    A Unique Door-Lintel from Khajuraho
    A Unique Image of Rsabhanatha in the Old Arhaeological Museum, Khajuraho
    A Unique Image of Rsabhanatha in the State Museum, Lucknow
    An Image of Mahavira in the Bharat Kala Bhavan, Yaranasi
    An Image of Neminatha From Deogarh
    An Unique Tri-Tirthika Jina Image from Deogarh
    An Unpublised Tri-Tirthia Jina Image from Deogarh
    Bharata Cakravartin at Deogarh
    Iconogaphic Features of the Sixteen Jaina Mahavidyas
    Image of Rama and Sita on the Parsvanatha Temple, Khajurahoaina
    Images of Ajitanatha at Khajuraho
    Images of Neminatha at Khajuraho
    Images of Sambhavanatha at Khajuraho
    Introduction
    Jaina Sculptures at Kumbharia
    Jaina Sculptures of Ganesa from Western India
    Jaina Yaksi Ambika at Deogarh
    Jaina Yaksi Cakresvari at Deogarh
    Jina Images in the Archaeological Museum, Khajuraho
    Jinas or Tirthankaras
    Mahavdyas
    Minor Deities
    Preface
    Sarasvati in Jaina Sculptures of Khajuraho
    The Sixteen Jaina Godesses on the Adinata Temple at Khajraho
    Yaksi Ambia at Khajuraho
    Yaksi Padmav ati at Deogarh
    Yaksis
Essence of Jainism Sukhalalji, Pnadit A Religion teaching Abstention
    Absence of exception in Celibacy
    Abstention and Activity
    Activity leading to Abstention
    Adoption of Niscayanaya Vyavaharanaya
    Aim of Sadhu
    Alternative Stages of Development Laid down
    Anatmavada
    Another important Difference
    Anticipation of Death and Non-Violence
    Asoka, Samprati and Kharvel
    Atmavidya and Theory of Evolution
    Austerity and Endurance of Calamities
    Avasyaka Kriya
    Background of Sramana and Brahamana thinking
    Beginningless of Karma
    Belief of Jain and other Philosophies regarding Isvara as the Creater of Universe
    Believers only in Dharma, Artha and Karma
    Brahama and Its meaning
    Brahama and Sama
    Brahamana and Jaina Bhandaras
    Brief Classification of Answers
    Brief in eternity of Scriptures
    Buddha and Mahavira
    Caritra vidya
    Celibacy according to Janism
    Change of Place and community Welfare
    Clarification on Buddha's Repudiation
    Clarification on Jain Vision
    Classification of Religions
    Co-ordination of Kriyayoga and Jnana-yoga in Jain Austerity
    Compassion of Neminatha
    Concept of Equality in Sramana Dharama
    Conventional meaning of Pratikramana
    Definition of Celibacy
    Development of Austerity
    Development of the spirit of non-violence
    Difference among Acaryas
    Difference in Knowledge and Conduct
    Difference of philosophical vision of Niscaya in Jainism and Upanisads
    Doctrine of different viewpoints
    Domination of Austerity even before Mahavira
    Dravyarthika and Paryayarthika Naya
    Eastern and Western Philosophy, A Comparison
    Emphasis on a state of Detachment
    Erection and Development of Treasures of Knowledge
    Essence of Jain Culture
    Essence of Jainism
    Excellent arrangement for the preservation of Divine Wealth
    Expectations and Anekanta
    Five Paramesthis
    Four Institutions
    Four Sanghas
    Fourteen Stages of Gunsthana
    Function of Saptabhangi
    General Explanation
    Genuine Undefilement
    Glory of Knowledge and its means
    God , Preceptor and Religious Elements
    Heart of Jaina Culture
    History of Independence
    Hoary Path of Nirgrantha Cult
    Ideals of Jain Tradition
    Indefinability of the Nature of Jiva
    Independent existence of Atma and Rebirth
    Influence of Nigrantha tradition on Buddha
    Influence on each other and synthesis
    Initial Background
    Institution of Holy Places
    Institution of Knowledge
    Isvara , Why he is not the Creater of Universe
    It is not doubtful Knowledge
    Its Belief and Thoughts
    Its Ceremony in Ancient Days
    Its Influence and Development
    Jaina Philosophy
    Jaina View and Ishvara
    Jainas and Mimamsakas
    Jainas and of the Jaina Discussion
    Jainism , Gita and Gandhiji with regard to Heroism
    Jiva , the cause of its own obstruction
    Jiva and Isvara
    Jiva and Isvara
    JIva and Pancaparamesthi
    Jiva Self-evident or the Result of material mixture
    Karma Elements
    Karma vidya and Freedom from Bondage
    Karmasastra , a part of spiritualism
    Kumarapala and Akbar
    Lokavidya
    Mahavira's Non-violence
    Meaning of Paramesthi
    Meaning of the Word Karma and its synonyms
    Narration of Non-Violence in Agamas
    Naturalness and Propriety of the Order
    Nature and Purpose of Types of Salutations
    Nature of Jaina Stream of Thought
    Nature of Karma
    Nature of Six Avasyakas
    Nayavada
    Need of Karma Element
    Nigrantha cults in Jainism
    Nigrantha Tradition dominated by Austerity
    Nirgrantha Cults
    Niscaya from Acara poit of view
    Nivartaka Dharma
    Non-Sectarian vision of Jaina Bhandaras
    Non-Violence
    Non-violence
    Non-Violence and Nun-Hurt
    Non-Violence but spiritual Heroism
    Oneness of basic Questions on Life
    Opposition against Vedic violence
    Origin of the word `Naigama' and its meaning
    Other Propagators
    Other six meaning
    Other-world-line of Arihantas
    Parisah hardship
    Parsvanatha's Protest
    Paryusana and Samvatsari
    Peculiar thinking of Jain Philosophy about Karma
    Perspective of Religion, its sublimation
    Philosophical Questions
    Philosophy and Cult
    Philosophy and Religion, their Relation
    Pitfalls in Celibacy
    Pravartaka Dharna
    Principal Sramana Cult
    Prohibitive and Prespiritive Forms of Amari
    Promulgators of the Sramana Tradition
    Proof of Spread of Non-violence
    Purpose of Culture
    Purpose of Jaina festival
    Qualified Men and Women
    Reasons of Opposition between Jains and Buddhas
    Reference to four important options
    Religion - Universal wealth
    Religion and Culture
    Religion and Ethics
    Religion and Intellect
    Religion and Sect
    Religion and Thought
    Religion, Philosophy, Culture
    Repudiation of the vision of non-absolutism
    Research
    Right Faith , Wrong Faith
    Sadhusanstha
    Sama and Samata
    Samayikas etc.
    Samvatsari
    Sangha of Female Ascetics and its impact on the Buddha Sangh
    Saptabhangi
    Saptabhangi and its basis
    Service to Humanity
    Some Detailed Comparison
    Some Problems
    Some Thinking on Jiva
    Some thinking on meanig of Avaktavya
    Sphere of activity of seven Nayas
    Spirit of Equality and Theory of Non-Extremism
    Spiritualism and Avasyka Kriya
    Stages of Spiritual Development
    Stages of the Jaina Discussion
    Stautvidya and Pramanvidya
    Stream of Culture
    Suicide in Buddism
    Test of Papa and Punya
    The Aim of Celibacy and Means
    The Aim of Religion
    The Brahamana and Sramana Tradition
    The First Type of Eight Visions
    The Jaina Process
    The Meaning
    The Paryusana
    The Second Type
    The seed of Religion
    The seven Bhangas
    Their Difference
    Theory of Non-Absolutism
    Things worth knowing
    Thinking on Karma
    Those whose Purusartha was Emancipation
    Thoughts on the element of karma and its Knowers
    Three Stages of Atma
    Truth , the basis of non-absolutism
    Two Forms of Jain Culture
    Two Forms of Religion, external and internal
    Two Religious Institutions
    Variety and Widening of the form of Celibacy
    View of non-absolutism by Mahavira
    Viewpoint of Supreme Reality that inspires unity inspite opposition
    Violence of the Non-Violent Type
    Vision of non-absolutism in other philosophies
    Ways of Freedom from Karma
    What Culture Indicates
    When is End of Body , a Suicide
    Wide view of Karmavada
    Wise Constitution
Essential of Jainism Jain, Devendra Kumar My Aspirations, English trans.  of Meri bhavana of `Mukhtar'
Essential of Jainism Jain, Duli Chand How Karma Theory Relates to Modern Science
    Selections from Tattvartha Sutra of Acharya Umaswami
Essential of Jainism Jain, Rajendra Kumar Meditation in Jain Scriptures , English Adaptation of Dhyan by Nemichandra
Essential of Jainism Jain, Ratan Kumar A Panoramic View of Jainism
Facets of Jaina Religiousness in Comparative Light Joshi, L.  M. Anityanupreksa
    Asarananupeksa
    Asravanupreksa
    Asuctvanupreksa
    Bodhidurlabhanupreksa
    Comparative Notes
    Dharmasvakhayatatvanupreksa
    Ekatvanupreksa
    Introduction :  Jaina Faith
    Jaina Conception of the Holy Pentad
    Lokanupreksa
    Nirjaranupriksa
    Preliminary Remarks
    Prthakatvanupreksa
    Samsaranupreksa
    Samvaranupreksa
    Some Related Terms and Concepts
    The Acaryas
    The Arhats
    The Formula of Five-fold Obeisance
    The Meaning of Anupreksa
    The Purpose of Anupreksas
    The Sadhus
    The Series of Twelve Themes
    The Siddhas
    The Upadhyayas
    Themes of Soteriological Reflection in Jainism - I
    Themes of Soteriological Reflection in Jainism - II
First steps to jainism Part I, five basic steps Sancheti, Asoo Lal Five Worships (Panch Parmeshthi)
    Ground Work to First steps to Jainism
    The Seven Fundamentals (Tatva)
    The Three Hallmarks(Lakshana)
    The Three Jewels (Ratna)
    The Universe - Six Substances (Dravya)
Ganadharavada Bhuvanbhanusuri, Vijay Acharya Prag-abhav" is not absolutely an absent state"
    A refutation for the theory that effefts are created accidently""
    Achalabhrata, The ninth ganadhara
    Akampit , the seventh ganadhara
    All reals have three phases:  just as gold, creation - destruction
    Anekantvada in creation
    Are the five basic elements real
    Are there bondage and deliverance
    Are there really celetial beings
    Argument for `Soul differet from body'
    Argument for `The body is the soul'
    Arguments of similar and dissimilar births
    Arthapati, - Evidence unable to prove the soul
    Awareness possible
    Bauddha-darshana
    Be afraid of invisible Karmas
    Bhagvan Mahavirdeo's austerities and realisation
    Birth is a modication of the soul
    Birth is not natural:  four meanings of nature
    Body a mansion, a machine
    Body a subject of affection:  Who keeps affection
    Body-soul like cart-horse
    Buddhas theory of momentariness is disproved
    Causative aggregation is logical
    Child's first sucking due to past impression
    Child's quality differ from parents
    Concepts of two relatives gradually or not
    Concepts of two relatives gradually or not
    Consciousness not created by mother's consciousness
    Creation is not possible
    Difference of nature etc.  in twin children
    Do good fortunes and misfortunes exist
    Does Hell exist
    Does the Jiva take the same form in the next birth
    Don't despair salvation possible
    Dravya-yog :  Bhavayog
    Eight proofs of heaven
    Eleven Brahmin Scholars and their 11 doubts
    Everything is relative
    Evidence (Pramana) of `Upamana'
    Evidence of Inference, (Anumana ) for soul
    Examples of negation of samyoga etc.  (contacts)
    Experiencer of Mental Jow-sorrows is soul
    Felicity - bliss , the quality of the soul
    Five alternatives regarding `punya' and `papa'
    Five arguments for all being void
    Five Bhutta-Jivas and Vanaspatikaya-Jiva proved by Syptoms
    For the fruit of deeds , intention not necessary
    For the soul six evidences of perception i.e.(Pratyaksa)
    Four kinds of objects - swatah siddha""
    Four proofs for existence of hell
    From same sources why effects differ
    Happiness in Samsar invites sorrows in next birth
    Happiness mixed with anxiety is really sorrow
    Happiness of two kinds:  inherent and creative
    His doubt:  Is the body itself the soul or both are different
    His submissive attitude before Bhagvan
    How can attachment and hatred be utterly destroyed
    How can Karmas effect the soul
    How can knowledge comprehend all the objects of cosmos
    How creation at particular time-place-nature
    How infinite bliss in Moksa
    How infinite Siddha - souls can coexist in Moksa
    How Karman bulks stick to the soul
    How non-violence possible in world pervaded by Jivas
    How pot is constant
    How soul is different from senses
    How soul, when all karmas perish , goes upward
    How to frustrate Karmas
    If `all unreal' why not walking with closed eyes
    If `all unreal' why short is not long
    In all unreal" particular answer improbable"
    In `all unreal' how dealings are fixed?  and particular
    In `all unreal' there cannot be `others' , nor mutual comparison
    In Omniscience the perfect of infinite objects
    Indrabhuti's self Introspection
    Inferences to prove Karma
    Inferences to prove soul
    Interpretation of the vedic word `vaa-vasantam'
    Is each of the causes potential
    Is heaven logical
    Is Illusion real
    Is propounder of all real" real or unreal"
    Is reality different from real or not
    Is the body itself the soul
    Is there next life
    Is there salvation
    Jiva (soul ) a pure word
    Joy is formless, body has a form , both created by karmas
    Karmas a link between past deeds and present fruits
    Karmas have forms
    Karmas not visible
    Karmas, like intellect, being invisible cannot be denied
    Knowledge etc.  is Preceded by knoledge etc.
    Logic for `good and evil' mixed bhavayog notexisting
    Lord discloses his doubts
    Mandits, The sixth ganadhara
    Mauryaputra, The seventh ganadhara
    Meanings of I""
    Metarya, The tenth ganadhara
    Moksa existent from the times immemorial
    Necessary direction on punya and papa
    Nihilist's words real or unreal
    No difference between front and back
    No proofs for the existence of soul
    Nyaya-Vaisheshik Philosophies
    Obstacles in the theories of soul's omnipresence
    Only `Pratyaksha' evidence is not enough
    Only Karma is not the seed of rebirth
    Other Inferences on soul
    Prabhas, the eleventh ganadhara
    Pramana of Agama
    Pramana of Aitihya
    Pramana of Arthapati
    Pramana of Sambhava
    Pride of Indrabhuti and his approach to conquer Shri Mahavir Bhagwan
    Proofs for existence of `Aloka' sky, `Dharmastikaya', `Adharmastikaya'
    Proofs for Rebirth
    Proofs of salvation
    Proofs supporting punya and papa as separate entities
    Punyanubandhi Punya etc.
    Questions on causelessness
    Reasons disproving salvation
    Reasons for coming and not coming of Deity here
    Reasons why knowledge a quality of the soul
    Rebirth :  four reasons
    Refutation of `all void' theory
    Refutation of only Punya or only papa , combined punya and papa does not exist
    Regarding cause self - modification and non-self
    Reincarnation of soul
    Relationship between substance and its existence
    Relativity :  real or unreal
    Review of five arguments favouring all void""
    Sambhava- Aitihya - Agam can't prove Soul
    Samkraman (the intermingling ) in Karmas
    Sankhya -Yoga Philosophy
    Sensual delight a sheer remedy of sensual thirst
    Sensual pleasure is virtually sorrow
    Shocked and surprised to see Mahavirdeo's glory
    So regarding cognition two forms
    Soul is both transient and constant
    Soul the most beloved
    Soul the Prompter and pereventer of body - speech - mind
    Soul:  a proprietor of body-mansion
    Soul:  Dispute settlers of senses
    Soul:  The governor - controller of senses
    Sudharma, The fifth ganadhara
    The aim of saying , 'Purusha , soul is whole and sole'
    The Anekant Theory of the quality-separate ane non-separate from the supporting substance
    The belief of Creator-God is faulty
    The Doubt regarding Karma (Destiny)
    The enjoyer of the body is the soul
    The existence of knowledge in salvation
    The Existence of the Soul
    The First Ganadhara Indrabhuti
    The four meanings of Nature
    The fruits of benevolence and violence
    The proof for the soul on the basis of `Da' `Da' `Da'
    The refuting view:  Bondage and deliverance do exist
    The Second Ganadhara Agnibhuti
    The series of Karmas can come to an end
    Theories of various Philosophies
    Theory of Relativity conquers
    Things self caused impossible
    Three causes that create Karmas
    Three entities, sweet, bitter and tasteless
    Three reasons for Karmas logically improbable
    Three sorts of Inference-evidences
    Three sorts of statements :  Vidhivad"
    True meaning of Vijnan-ghan""
    Two eyes are not relatively created
    Two forms of the objects - `dependent and independent'
    Two Inferences 1.  by cause 2.  by effect
    Two kinds of Dharmas:  natural and created
    Two kinds of variations :  removable and irremovable
    Two modifications of the soul :  Samsar and Moksa
    Two sorts of Vyapti (co-existential relationship etc.)
    Utterance and acceptance are real or unreal
    Various reasons of things though in front being invisible
    Vayubhuti, the third Ganadhara
    Vedanta-Darshana (Philosophy)
    Violence - Nonviolence internal and external attitude
    Visibility is impossible
    Vyakta, The fourth ganadhara
    What connection between Karmas and the soul
    What is Bhavyatva
    Which is doubted or negated is real
    Which is the first karma or soul
    Wht doubt about destiny
    Why believe karma as cause of pleasure
    Why Bhavyatva perishing while salvation happens
    Why Bhavyatva perishing while salvation happens
    Why difference between Knower and Known
    Why does not samsar become empty of bhavya souls
    Why happiness does not lie in sensual objects
    Why Jiva is not destroyed in long future
    Why Jivas not attaining moksa are not styled as `abhavyas'
    Why Karmas of the formless soul have form
    Why moksa liked , if there are no means of bliss
    Why not Consciousness in a dead body
    Why punya and papa not formless
    Why salvation in long future not perishing ?
    Why sky-flower invisible
    Why words of omniscient totally trust-worthy
Glimpses of Jainism Diwaker, S.  C. Jainism and Peace
    The Antiquity of Jainism
    The Doctrine of Ahimsa
    The Doctrine of Syadvada
    The Philosophy of Karma
Gommatsara Jivakanda Chakravarti, Nemichandra Siddhanta 406 Soul - Classes of Mundane souls
    8 - Kinds of Knowledge
    Action
    Assimilation
    Attention
    Bhoga Bhumi
    Brief Statement of 21 kinds of Numbers
    Capacity of Liberation
    Cause
    change
    Color
    conation
    conation
    Conditions of Existence
    Conditions of Existence
    Consciousness Attention Knowledge
    control
    Description
    description of Degrees
    Developableness
    Developments
    Differentia
    Differentia
    Early Jaina Sacred Literature
    Embodiments
    Extent
    Extent of Existence
    Five Parikarmas
    Fourteen Purvagatas
    Function
    Group - souled Vegetables
    Impulses
    Internal
    Jaghanya Parita Ananta
    Jaghanya Parita Asamkhyata
    Knowledge
    Modification
    Modifications & Quantity
    Name
    Name
    Nigoda
    Number
    Number
    Omniscience
    Passions
    Place
    Popular aspect of the Philosophy in the Book
    Possessions
    Possibility of Omniscience
    Prathamanuyoga
    Rationality
    Right-belief soul-quest
    Senses
    Sex Inclination
    Siddhanta Chakravarti
    Siddhanta Chakravarti
    Soul - clauses
    Soul - Quest
    Soul - Quests Condition of Existence
    Soul Classes
    Spiritual Stages
    Sutra
    Table of Names of Numeration
    The Anga-Bahya Shruta
    The author
    The author
    THe Contents OF Gommatasara
    The Five Chulikas
    The Four Anuyogas or Vedas of Jainism
    The Jaina Theory of Numbers
    The name and origin of the book
    The Nuclei
    THe Soul acts and Enjoys
    THe Soul and the Body
    The Soul is Immaterial
    The Spiritual Stages
    The Twelve Angas
    Thought Paint
    Time
    Time of Existence
    Vibratory Activities
    Vitalities
    Vitality
    11 Pratimas
    148 Subclauses of Karmas
    4 Age
    5 Knowledge - Obscuring
    5 Obstructive
    9 Conation Obscuring
    93 Body Making
    Age
    Attributes
    Body Making
    Bondage
    Bondage, Operation and existence of Karmas
    Carelessness
    Causes of Bondage
    Deluding
    Deluding
    Differences in Inflow
    Dravya
    Duration of Bondage
    Family Determining
    Family Determining
    Feeling
    Feelings
    Fruition of karma