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Ganadhara — In Jainism, a Ganadhara is a primary disciple of a Tirthankara. [ [http://www.jainworld.com/jainbooks/explain/e2.htm The Early Centuries of Jainism] ] [ [http://www.cs.colostate.edu/ malaiya/agamas.html Jain Agama Literature] ] All twenty four… … Wikipedia
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Parsva — Parshvanath or Parshvanatha ( pārśvá nātha , occasionally spelled Parshvanath or Parswanath ) was the twenty third Tirthankara (fordmaker) in Jainism. fl. ca. in the 9th Century BCE, traditionally (877 – 777 BCE) [ cite book | last =Fisher |… … Wikipedia
Kundakunda — (also Kundkund) is a celebrated Jain Acharya, Jain scholar monk, 2nd century CE, composer of spiritual classics such as: Samayasara, Niyamasara, Pancastikayasara, Pravacanasara, Atthapahuda and Barasanuvekkha . He occupies the highest place in… … Wikipedia
Acharya Mahapragya — Born Acharya Shri Mahapragya 14 June 1920(1920 06 14) Tamkor, Rajasthan, India Died … Wikipedia
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Jain monasticism — Jain Muni or simply Muni is the term often used for Jain monks [Jains in the World: Religious Values and Ideology in India By John E. Cort, Published 2001Oxford University PressUS] .A Jain monk does not have a permanent home and does not have any … Wikipedia
Chandraprabha — Candraprabha 8th Jain Tirthankara Idol of a Tirthankara Details Alternate name: Chandraprabhu Histo … Wikipedia