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Description of Airavana

Description of Airavana
Then the thrones of all the Indras shook, as if to urge them in the business of the Master’s kevala-festival. The bells in the heavens rang at once with a penetrating sound, like messengers in the business of summoning their respective people. From the mere thought of the Lord of Saudharma wishing to go to the Master’s feet, the god Airavana, turned into an elephant, approached. With his body a lac of yojanas long he shone like Meru which had become alive, wishing to see the Master. Continue reading “Description of Airavana” »

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Miracle Food

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Mērē prāna Ānandaghana

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Mērē prāna ānandaghana tāna ānandaghana. Ē āṅkaṇī.
Māta ānandaghana, tāta ānandaghana
Gāta ānandaghana, jāta ānandaghana.

…Mērē.1

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The Lord’s Kevala

The Lord’s Kevala
Independent, unstumbling like the wind, practicing various and manifold penances, persevering in manifold vows, the Blessed One wandered for a thousand years as easily as a day in Mleccha countries Yavana, Domba, etc., observing silence, making non- Aryas well-disposed to others just from the sight of him, untouched by disturbances, enduring trials. The Blessed One, Vrsabhabannered, went to Purimatala, the chief suburb of the great city Ayodhya. Continue reading “The Lord’s Kevala” »

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The Fast-breaking of the Lord

The Fast breaking of the Lord
When he saw the Master coming, the Heir-apparent instantly ran on foot, outstripping even the footmen. Because the Prince ran without his umbrella and shoes, the assembly, also without umbrella and shoes, ran after him like his shadow. Bounding along in haste, his ear-rings dangling, the Heir-apparent looked as if he were again indulging in childish play before the Master. Sreyansa threw himself at the feet of the Lord, who was in the court of the house, and wiped his lotus-feet with his hair resembling a chauri. Continue reading “The Fast-breaking of the Lord” »

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Do not wish to be hounoured

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Tērī huṁ tērī huṁ kahuṁ rī

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Tērī huṁ tērī huṁ kahuṁ rī,
Ina bātamēṁ dagō tuṁ jānē
tō karavata kāśī jāya grahuṁ rī.

…Tērī.1

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Motivational Wallpaper #53

सभी भौतिक इच्छाएँ दुःख का घर हैं

Standard Screen Widescreen Mobile
800×600 1280×720 iPhone
1024×768 1280×800 iPad
1400×1050 1440×900
1600×1200 1920×1080  
  1920×1200  
  2560×1440  
  2560×1600  

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Continuation of Lord Rishabhdev’s life as a Sadhu

Continuation of Lord Rishabhdevs life as a Sadhu
Kaccha, Mahakaccha, and the other royal ascetics, dwelling in the forest on the right bank of the Gangas like deer; wearing barkgarments like living trees; not touching householders’ food like something that had been vomited; their bodies very thin like empty skins, the elements dried up by fasts of two, three, or more days; even on the day for breaking fast eating dried leaves, dried fruit, etc., continued to think in their hearts only of the Blessed One, and did not go to another. The Blessed One, after wandering in silence among the Aryas and non-Aryas for a year without food, reflected as follows: “Just as lamps exist on oil, as trees on water, so on food alone the bodies of living creatures exist. Continue reading “Continuation of Lord Rishabhdev’s life as a Sadhu” »

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