Studies in Early Jainism (Selected Research Articles) ebook
by Jagdishchandra Jain
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New Delhi: Navrang, 1992
New Delhi: Navrang, 1992. Ahmedabad: Sarabhai Manilal Nawab, 1944. Johnson, Helen . tr. The Lives of Sixty-three Illustrious Persons (Trisastiśalākāpurusacarita of Hemacandra). Baroda: Oriental Institute, 1931-1962. Harmless Souls: Karmic Bondage and Religious Change in Early Jainism with Special Reference to Umāsvāti and Kundakunda.
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Jagdish Chandra Jain (20 January 1909 – 28 July 1993) was a scholar, indologist, educationist, writer, and freedom fighter during the freedom struggle of India.
Jagdish Chandra Jain (20 January 1909 – 28 July 1993) was a scholar, indologist, educationist, writer, and freedom fighter during the freedom struggle of India. He authored over 80 books on a variety of subjects, including Jain philosophy, Prakrit literature, and Hindi textbooks for children.
A selected list of books on Jainism, Jain history, Jaina philosophy, practices, values . This is a unique introduction to Jainism.
A selected list of books on Jainism, Jain history, Jaina philosophy, practices, values and beliefs, thirthankaras, life and teachings of Mahavira and Jaina Tradition Author: Jyoti Prasad Jain . The articles, mostly written by Jains living in USA, are drawn from "Jain Study Circular", a highly regarded Jain publication in America. The articles are easy to read, but that does not mean that the book is intended for children only.
Studies in early Jainism. By Jagdishchandra Jain. By JainJagdishchandra. pp. 241. New Delhi, Navrang. July 1994 · Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Studies in early Jainism.
Today Jainism is treated as an indispensable hermeneutic within South Asian Studies, disclosing new ways of seeing and being-often strikingly so. This volume is dedicated to examining some of these new ways. This volume on new directions in Jain Studies will contain some of best and most exciting contributions of emerging Jain scholars, and provide a glimpse of the breadth and scope of the emerging field.