Mulachara

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Mulachara is a Jain text composed by Acharya Vattakera of the Digambara tradition, who lived around 1st-2nd century CE.[1] It incorporates the concepts derived from the Acharanga text, which is now regarded to be lost in the Digambara tradition.

Mulachara discusses the conduct of a Jain monk.[2]

Commentaries[edit]

There is a commentary on it by the 14th century Bhattaraka Sakalakirti.[3]

Translations[edit]

A translation is available in Hindi.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bhakti in the Early Jain Tradition: Understanding Devotional Religion in South Asia, John E. Cort , History of Religions, Vol. 42, No. 1 (Aug., 2002), pp. 59-86
  2. ^ Mulachara Ka Samikshatmaka Adhyayana; Premi, Phulchand Jain, 1987
  3. ^ Mulachara Pradeep of Sakalakirti[dead link]
  4. ^ Mulachara, Bharatiay Janpith

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