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जयणा के उपकरण

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Tārā mukhaḍā upara jā’uṁ vārī

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Rāga: Ōlī candanabāḷānē bāraṇē
Bhāva: Candanabāḷā nī prabhuvīra pratyēnī śubha bhāvanā

Tārā mukhaḍā upara jā’uṁ vārī rē,
Vīra mārāṁ mana mān’yā, tārā darśananī balihārī rē vīra,
Muṭhī bākuḷā māṭē āvyā rē; manē hēta dharī bōlāvyā rē

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Give generously to receive generously

Give generously to receive generously

Blessing are in abundance where elders are respected

Naresh was travelling in a crowded train. He was a humble, generous and helpful person. He saw an 85 year old man boarding the train. The man was trying to balance himself with a stick in one hand and a small bag in the other hand. He was hardly finding any place to stand in the crowd. Naresh immediately stood up and with folded hands requested the old man take his seat. Continue reading “Give generously to receive generously” »

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Jiv Vichar – Gatha 6

Jiv Vichar   Gatha 6

इंगाल जाल मुम्मुर,
उक्कासणि कणग विज्जुमाईआ|
अगणि जियाणं भेया, नायव्वा निउण बुद्धिए||
In this stanza, the third type of sthavara jiva i.e. Teukaya jiva are defined and explained.

TEUKAYA / AGNIKAYA : Agnikaya jiva are living beings that have fire as their own bodies, also known as fire bodies. Continue reading “Jiv Vichar – Gatha 6” »

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Marichi’s pride and falsehood

Marichis pride and falsehood
Marichi, the son of chakravarti emperor Bharat, accepted asceticism near Lord Rishabhdeva. Finding himself weak to follow the austerity, he accepted the tridandi robe and took bath with a little water, wore pedals and kept an umbrella etc. Once, emperor Bharat asked Lord Rishabhdev in the Samvasaran, “Is any soul existing here who would be a Tirthankara in future?” The Lord replied that, “Your son Marichi will be the first vasudev in Bharat, chakravarti in Mahavideha and the last tirthankara of Bharatkshetra.” Continue reading “Marichi’s pride and falsehood” »

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Ticket, Tax or Talent…Stealing anything is bad

Ticket, Tax or Talent...Stealing anything is bad

Evading tax is a punishable offence

(I)“My god… you are so careless.” “Why what happened?” “You could have taken a half ticket for your son by not revealing his true age!” “What would I get by doing so?” “Oh! You could have saved money.” “How much I would have saved?” “Nearly 100 rupees.” “I don’t want to save money in this way. It is like stealing.” “But why?” Continue reading “Ticket, Tax or Talent…Stealing anything is bad” »

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