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List of sutra Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto Sutra Jagachintämani Sutra Jamkinchi Sutra Namoththunam sutra Jävanti Cheiäim Sutra Jävant ke vi Sähu Sutra Namorhat Sutra Jaya Viyaräya Sutra Arihantacheiyänam List of sutra in this presentation.List of sutra in this presentation.3. 3 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11) Object: To ask for forgiveness for any harmful activities committed while performing Sämäyika. Sämäiya Vaya Jutto Sutra is recited to terminate the vows of Sämäyik. Sutra explains importance of Sämäyika. Sutra 11 -Sutra 11 - forgiveness SutraSutra Termination ofTermination of Sämäyika’s vowsvows4. 4 The aspirant who observes Sämäyika and keeps his/her mind restrained, destroys inauspicious Karma as long as he/she stays in Sämäyika. Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11-1)5. 5 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11-2) In a Sämäyika an aspirant becomes like an ascetic and for that reason alone, Sämäyika should be performed frequently,6. 6 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11-3) Sämäyika Vrata was taken by theSämäyika Vrata was taken by the laid downlaid down procedures and completedand completed accordingly, however while doing so,accordingly, however while doing so, if anyif any fault has been committed,has been committed,7. 7 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11-4) by physical, verbal or mental activities, directly or indirectly (by me), may those faults be forgiven and become fruitless.8. 8 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11-5) There are 10 faults relating to mind, 10 faults relating to speech and 12 faults relating to body. If I have committed any of these 32 faults or lapses,9. 9 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11-6) physical, verbal or mental activities, done directly or indirectly (by me), may those faults be forgiven and become fruitless.10. 10 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11a) Sämäiya vaya Vow of Sämäyika Jutto observes Jäva as long as Mane in mind Hoi keeps Niyama Sanjutto restrained11. 11 Chhinnai destroys Asuham inauspicious kammam karma Sämäiya Sämäyika Jattiävärä as long as Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11b)12. 12 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11c) Sämäiyammi Sämäyika U Kae Observes Samano iva like a monk Sävao aspirant Havai Jamhä for that13. 13 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11d) Eenam for that Käranenam reason Bahuso frequently Sämäiyam Meditation Kujjä perform14. 14 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11e) Sämäyika Sämäyika VrataSämäyika Vrata VidheeVidhee laid down vowslaid down vows LeedhuLeedhu takentaken VidhieVidhie laid down vowslaid down vows ParyuParyu completed15. 15 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11f) VidheeVidhee laid downlaid down methods (vows)(vows) KaratKaratä while doing sowhile doing so Je koeJe koe if any vowsif any vows AvidhiAvidhi faults Huo Hoya completed Te savi may those (faults)16. 16 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11g) Mana mental Vachana verbal Käyäe physical Karee activities, directly or indirectly Michchhämi my such faults be dissolved Dukkadam and become fruitless.17. 17 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11h) Dasa Mananä 10 faults relating to mind, Dasa Vachananä 10 faults relating to speech Bära Käyänä 12 faults relating to body18. 18 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11i) E Batreesha these 32 Doshha faults or lapses Mahee Je Koi any of these Dosha faults or lapses Lägyo Hoya If I have indulged19. 19 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11j) Te savi may those (faults) Mana mental Vachana verbal Käyäe physical Karee activities, directly or indirectly Michchhämi my such faults be dissolved Dukkadam and become fruitless.20. 20 Sämäiya-Vaya-jutto (11A) Major violations of sämäyika vow : (1) Violation of mind (mano-dushpranidhäna): (2) Violation of Speech (väg-duspranidhäna): (3) Violation of body (käya-dushpranidhäna): (4) Forgetfulness of sämäyika (smrty-akarana): (5) Instability in Sämäyika (anavasthita-karana):21. 21 Jagachintämani (12) Jagachintämani Chaitya-vandanä Sutra {Chaitya means image (pratimä) of Jina as well as Jain temple} Object: Veneration to all the Jain temples, Jina’s images, Tirthankaras (of past, present and future) a

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  • 1

    Of

    Pratikramana Sutra

    Interpretation and explanation of

    Pratikramana stotras in English.

    Explanation

  • 2

    List of sutra

    11 Smiya-Vaya-jutto Sutra 12 Jagachintmani Sutra 13 Jamkinchi Sutra 14 Namoththunam sutra 15 Jvanti Cheiim Sutra 16 Jvant ke vi Shu Sutra 17 Namorhat Sutra 18 (Uvasaggaharam Sutra, separate presentation) 19 Jaya Viyarya Sutra 20 Arihantacheiynam

    List of sutra in this presentation.

  • 3

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11)

    Object: To ask for forgiveness for any harmful activities committed while performing Smyika.

    Smiya Vaya Jutto Sutra is recited to terminate the vows of Smyik.

    Sutra explains importance of Smyika.

    Sutra 11 - forgiveness Sutra Termination of Smyikas vows

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    The aspirant who observes Smyika and

    keeps his/her mind restrained,

    destroys inauspicious Karma as long as

    he/she stays in Smyika.

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11-1)

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    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11-2)

    In a Smyika an aspirant becomes like

    an ascetic and for that reason alone,

    Smyika should be performed frequently,

  • 6

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11-3)

    Smyika Vrata was taken by the

    laid down procedures and completed

    accordingly, however while doing so,

    if any fault has been committed,

  • 7

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11-4)

    by physical, verbal or mental activities,

    directly or indirectly (by me),

    may those faults be forgiven and

    become fruitless.

  • 8

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11-5)

    There are 10 faults relating to mind,

    10 faults relating to speech and

    12 faults relating to body.

    If I have committed any of these

    32 faults or lapses,

  • 9

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11-6)

    physical, verbal or mental activities,

    done directly or indirectly (by me),

    may those faults be forgiven and

    become fruitless.

  • 10

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11a)

    Smiya vaya Vow of Smyika Jutto observes Jva as long as Mane in mind Hoi keeps Niyama Sanjutto restrained

  • 11

    Chhinnai destroys Asuham inauspicious kammam karma Smiya Smyika Jattivr as long as

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11b)

  • 12

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11c)

    Smiyammi Smyika U Kae Observes Samano iva like a monk Svao aspirant Havai Jamh for that

  • 13

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11d)

    Eenam for that Kranenam reason Bahuso frequently

    Smiyam Meditation

    Kujj perform

  • 14

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11e)

    Smyika Smyika Vrata Vidhee laid down vows Leedhu taken Vidhie laid down vows Paryu completed

  • 15

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11f)

    Vidhee laid down methods (vows) Karat while doing so Je koe if any vows Avidhi faults Huo Hoya completed Te savi may those (faults)

  • 16

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11g)

    Mana mental Vachana verbal Kye physical Karee activities, directly or indirectly Michchhmi my such faults be dissolved Dukkadam and become fruitless.

  • 17

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11h)

    Dasa Manan 10 faults relating to mind,

    Dasa Vachanan 10 faults relating to speech

    Bra Kyn 12 faults relating to body

  • 18

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11i)

    E Batreesha these 32 Doshha faults or lapses Mahee Je Koi any of these Dosha faults or lapses Lgyo Hoya If I have indulged

  • 19

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11j)

    Te savi may those (faults) Mana mental Vachana verbal Kye physical Karee activities, directly or indirectly Michchhmi my such faults be dissolved Dukkadam and become fruitless.

  • 20

    Smiya-Vaya-jutto (11A)

    Major violations of smyika vow :

    (1) Violation of mind (mano-dushpranidhna):

    (2) Violation of Speech (vg-duspranidhna):

    (3) Violation of body (kya-dushpranidhna):

    (4) Forgetfulness of smyika (smrty-akarana):

    (5) Instability in Smyika (anavasthita-karana):

  • 21

    Jagachintmani (12)

    Jagachintmani Chaitya-vandan Sutra

    {Chaitya means image (pratim) of Jina as well as Jain temple}

    Object: Veneration to all the Jain temples, Jinas images, Tirthankaras (of past, present and future) and their attributes.

    Sutra 12- Vandan to the Tirthankaras

  • 22

    Jagachintmani(12-1a)

    O Master! Willingly permit me to worship. (Master says yes do, if present).

    As per your permission, I am performing the Chaitya vandan.

    You are the wish-fulfilling gem and master of the noble souls,

  • 23

    Jagachintmani (12-1b)

    you are the master of the noble souls, the preceptors of entire Universe,

    protectors of six categories of living beings, brothers of every soul,

    guides of people seeking liberation, intelligent expounders of six substances of the Universe,

  • 24

    Jagachintmani (12-1c)

    whose images have been placed on Mount Ashtpad, destroyers of eight karmas, whose religious order cannot be destroyed by

    anyone, such are the 24 triumphant peaceful liberators (Tirthankaras).

  • 25

    Jagachintmani(12-2a)

    In this land of toil (karmabhumi)

    where one has to work for livelihood,

  • 26

    Jagachintmani(12-2b)

    170 Noblest Lord Tirthankaras have taken birth.

    Ninety million Omniscients and

    ninety billion monks (sdhu) are found at times.

  • 27

    Jagachintmani(12-2c)

    At present time there are 20 Tirthankaras,

    20 million Omniscient and

    20 billion sdhus present,

    I bow respectfully to all of them every morning.

  • 28

    Jagachintmani (12-3a)

    Rushabhdeva on Mount Shatrunjaya,

    Nemintha on Mount Girnra, be triumphant!

  • 29

    Jagachintmani (12-3b)

    Mahvira Swami who graces Sachora Nagar, Munisuvarat Swami in Bharucha,

    all are the destroyer of unhappiness & sins, Lord Prshvantha seated in Muhari village,

    be triumphant!

  • 30

    Jagachintmani (12-3c)

    Other 20 Tirthankaras of 5 Videha kshetra and also all the Tirthankaras of all the directions and

    of past, present and future, I bow respectfully to all of them.

  • 31

    Jagachintmani (12-4)

    I salute to 85,700,282 (eighty-five million seven

    hundred thousand two hundred and eighty two)

    Jain temples located in all three worlds.

  • 32

    Jagachintmani (12-5)

    I salute to permanently present (shshvata)

    15,425,836,080 images of Jina located

    in all these Jain temples.

  • 33

    Jagachintmani (12A)

    It is said that Gautam Swami composed the

    first two verses of this poem when he went

    on pilgrimage to Mount Ashtpad.

    Chaitya Vandan is a

    spiritual adoration (bhva puja) symbolized

    by hymns of praise (stutis).

  • 34

    Jamkinchi (13)

    Shri Jamkinchi Sutra

    Object: To pay respect to all the places of pilgrimages located in the Universe and all the images of Jinas in them.

    In this sutra the respect is paid to the places of pilgrimages and the images of the Tirthankaras, which are mobile and not permanent.

    Sutra 13- Obeisance to pilgrimages

  • 35

    Jamkinchi (13-1)

    From here, I pay respect to all the Jain pilgrimages located in the heavens,

    nether regions and the abodes of humans & the images of Jinas in those pilgrimages.

  • 36

    Namoththunam (14)

    Sutra 14- Obeisance to the Siddhas & Arihants

    Object: Praising virtues of the siddhas & Tirthankara

    It is also known as the Sakra-stava.

    Indra recites this sutra at the time of all five auspicious occassions (Panch Kalyanakas).

  • 37

    Namoththunam (14-1)

    I offer respects to the infinite Lord Siddhas. My respect to the Lord Arihantas, who are Pioneers of religion, founders of fourfold order of Jaina religious community {(tirthas) sadhu, sadhvi, shravak & shravika}, who are self enlightened,

  • 38

    Namoththunam (14-2)

    who are:

    supreme among all humans,

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