3 edition of Jainas in the history of Indian literature. found in the catalog.
Jainas in the history of Indian literature.
1946 by Jaina Sahitya Samsodhaka Pratisthan; sole agents: Gurjara Grantharátna Karyalaya in Ahmedabad .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical refrences.
|Statement||Edited by Jina Vijaya Muni.|
|Series||Jaina Sahitya Samsodhaka studies, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||PK5001.Z5 W5 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 62 p.|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||75502545|
I have already referred to the earliest work : Kaviraja-marga which is the only work that mentions the boundaries of Karnataka as having spread from Godavari to Kaveri. The terms jiva for the chord of a segment of a circle and dhanuprstha for its arc occur in several early canonical works. Desai has observed that another Tamil work Naludiar is couched in Jaina associations. Chandra is a renowned journalist and the author of The Srinagar Conspiracy Suketu Mehta is another writer currently based in the United States who authored Maximum Cityan autobiographical account of his experiences in the city of Mumbai. He further adds "the post-colonial novel, becomes a trope for an ideal hybridity by which the West celebrates not so much Indianness, whatever that infinitely complex thing is, but its own historical quest, its reinterpretation of itself".
Books by other authorities in the field have also provided information to the same effect and these books are based on the interpretation of the clay tablets found in Harrapa in the recent past. It only shows that certain works were produced during this period which have not come down to us. Rice considers the Ramayana as unique since it preserves the Jaina version of that epic. Soon after Kalidasa, two epic poets—Bharavi and Magha, earned great reputation by their works. Among the best known are the works of Kalidasa writer of the famed Sanskrit play Recognition of Shakuntala and Tulsidas who wrote an epic Hindi poem based on the Ramayana, called Raamcharitmaanas. Saletore have accepted the trustworthiness of the historical events as recorded in the inscriptions at Sravanabelgola.
Mahavamsa which is a Buddhistic work expressly refers to the prevalence of Jainism in Ceylon during the 4th century B C. This article was most recently revised and updated by J. These tales deal with the Bodhisattva himself and aimed at inculcating moral ideas and preaching the truth of the doctrine of Karma. The tenth group contains writings of Tirumular, while the eleventh one contains miscellaneous works of Nakkirar, Nambiandar and others. This brief glimpse into the Jaina maths clearly shows that mostly this is an uncharted area where a lot of research needs to be done. Harsha-charita, the other work of Bana, is the only surviving specimen of akhyayika known to us.
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Sanskrit Grammer 5. He contrasts this with the works of earlier writers such as Narayan where the use of English is pure, but the deciphering of meaning needs cultural familiarity. We need not go into this controversy and try to make an assessment of his dramas. The Digambara monastic community denounced the codification, and the schism between the two communities became irrevocable.
An inscription of the 6th century A. Sen and B. The last lamented Prof. He has brought to bear his profound knowledge of the scriptures and has written the book under review which is a monumental dissertation on the history of Indian civilization and religion. Rice R. He also shows skill at providing a good characterization.
The stories and novels of Ratan Lal Basu reflect the conditions of tribal people and hill people of West Bengal and the adjacent states of Sikkim, Bhutan and Nepal.
Psychic possessions refer to emotions, likes and dislikes, and attachments of any form. Among the best known are the works of Kalidasa writer of the famed Sanskrit play Recognition of Shakuntala and Tulsidas who wrote an epic Hindi poem based on the Ramayana, called Raamcharitmaanas.
These inscriptions cannot be brushed aside as referring to a fictitious incident.
Agrawal The origins of Buddhism and Jainism can be placed around the middle of the first millennium BC. According to the popular tradition there were three Sangams or Academies, which were the centres of Tamil literature. Like Asoka, his grandson Samprati spread the Jaina religion by construction of temples and stupas.
There are temples of exquisite beauty at Coorg.
According to Dr. However Bilhana shows his merit as a poet, particularly in his descriptive powers. As regards the prose compositions in Pali, the Jatakas are the most outstanding works. The recent acharyas in the orthodox traditions of devotion, works and knowledge are briefly mentioned along with the differences in the three approaches to transcendence.
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