58. Seeing some one robbed on a road, ordinary people adopting the vyavahara point of view, say "this road is robbed". But really what is robbed is not the road.
59. Similarly perceiving the colour which belongs to the material entities of karma and non-karma, which are found in association with jiva, the all-knowing Jina describes it from the vyavahara point of view, as the quality of the soul.
60. Thus are smell, taste, touch, figure, etc., predicted (of the soul) from the vyavahara point of view by the All-knowing. Why there is no intrinsic identity between jiva and varna, soul and colour, is explained next.
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