|9th Jain Tirthankara|
Idol of a Tirthankara
|Kalyanaka / Important Events|
|Birth date||10218 years ago|
|Birth place||Kakandi (modern Khukhundoo, Uttar Pradesh)|
|Height||100 dhanusha (300 meters)|
|Age||200,000 purva (14.112 quintillion years)|
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In Jainism, Puṣpadanta (Sanskrit: पुष्पदन्त), also known as Suvidhinatha, was the ninth Tirthankara of the present age (Avasarpini). According to Jain belief, he became a siddha and an arihant, a liberated soul that has destroyed all of its karma.
Puṣpadanta was born to King Sugriva and Queen Rama at Kakandi (modern Khukhundoo, Deoria, Uttar Pradesh) to the Ikshvaku dynasty. His birth date was the fifth day of the Margshrsha Krishna month of the Vikram Samvat. Puṣpadanta was the ninth Tirthankara who re-established the four-part sangha in the tradition started by Rishabha.
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