5 edition of Kalpa sútra and Nava tatva found in the catalog.
Kalpa sútra and Nava tatva
First published in 1848.
|Other titles||Nava tatva.|
|Statement||Translated from the Mágadhi, with an appendix containing remarks on the language of the original, by J. Stevenson.|
|Contributions||Stevenson, J. 1798-1858, tr., Bhadrabāhu.|
|LC Classifications||BL1351 .B4713 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 144 p.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||72904882|
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What is Kalpa Sutra and why do Jains read it. It is considered the most sacred text. Devout Jains almost worship this book. The reason is very simple, this book consists of a biography of Lord Mahavira in detail, and the lives of the other prophets (Tirthankaras). The Kalpa Sūtra (Sanskrit: कल्पसूत्र) is a Jain text containing the biographies of the Jain Tirthankaras, notably Parshvanatha and Mahavira.
Traditionally ascribed to Bhadrabahu, which would place it in the 4th century BCE,  it was probably put in writing or years after the Nirvana (Moksha) of : Bhadrabahu. We have also compiled long lists of Sanskrit documents available elsewhere, bookstores, Veda Pathashala, hundreds of scanned books, and audio files on the internet.
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The Kalpa Sūtra (Sanskrit: कल्पसूत्र) is a Jain text containing the biographies of the Jain Tirthankaras, notably Parshvanath and Mahavira, including the latter's Nirvana.
 Bhadrabahu I is considered the author of the text and it is traditionally said to have been composed about one hundred and fifty years after Nirvāṇa of Mahavira (traditionally – BCE).The Kalpa Sutra and Nava Tatva: Two Works Illustrative of the Jain Religion and Philosophy.
Translated from the Magadhi. With An Appendix, Containing Remarks on the Language of the Original. STEVENSON, The Rev. J.The Kalpa Sutra, and Nava Tatva: Two Works Illustrative of the Jain Religion and Philosophy by J.
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