|Acharya Shri Nemichandra Siddhanta Chakravarty|
Image of digambar acharya (head of the monastic order)
|Born||10th century CE|
|Died||10th century CE|
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Nemichandra Siddhanta Chakravarty (fl. 10th century) was the author of Dravyasamgraha, Gommatsāra (Jivakanda and Karmakanda), Trilokasara, Labdhisara and Kshapanasara. He was among the most distinguished of the Jain Acharyas.
At the request of Chavundaraya, Nemichandra wrote Gommatsāra taking the essence of all available works of the great Acharyas. He also supervised the abhisheka (consecration) of the Gommateshwara statue (on 13 March 980 AD). His Dravyasamgraha is a Jain sacred text. He also wrote Trilokasara based on the Tiloya Panatti, Labdhisara, Kshapanasara, Pratishthapatha and Pratishthatilaka.
- Sangave, Vilas Adinath (2001), Facets of Jainology: Selected Research Papers on Jain Society, Religion, and Culture, Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, ISBN 978-81-7154-839-2
- Shah, Umakant Premanand (1987), Jaina-rūpa-maṇḍana: Jaina iconography, Abhinav Publications, ISBN 81-7017-208-X
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