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Jaina s\^{u}tras, translated from Prakrit, Part II: the Uttar\^{a}dhyayana S\^{u}tra, the S\^{u}trakrit\^{a}\.{n}ga S\^{u}tra

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Author(s): Jacobi, Hermann
Title: Jaina s\^{u}tras, translated from Prakrit, Part II: the Uttar\^{a}dhyayana S\^{u}tra, the S\^{u}trakrit\^{a}\.{n}ga S\^{u}tra
Publication date: 1895
Checked: yes
Description: Uttar\={a}dhyayana 36.17: the five kinds of colour are: black, blue, red, yellow, white; 36.18: the two kinds of smell are: sweet-smelling and of bad smell; 36.19: the five kinds of taste are: bitter, pungent, astringent, sour, sweet; 36.20--21: the eight kinds of touch are: hard, soft, heavy, light, cold, hot, smooth, and rough; 36.72--74: the seven gross, fully developed and smooth earth lives are: black, blue, red, yellow, white, pale dust. and clay; the thrity-six gross, fully developed and rough ones are: earth, gravel, sand, stones, rocks, rock-salt, iron, copper, tin, lead, silver, gold, and diamond, (36.75): orpiment, vermilion, realgar, s\={a}saka, antimony, coral, abhrapa\d{t}ala, abhrav\={a}luka, (36.76): hyacinth, natron, a\.{n}ka, crystal, lohit\={a}k\d{s}a, emerald, mas\={a}ragalla, bhujamocaka, and sapphire, (36.77): candana, red chalk, ha\d{m}sagarbha, pulaka (footnote: a medicinal earth, commonly called ka\.{n}ku\d{s}\d{t}ha), and sulphur, candraprabha, lapis lazuli, jalak\={a}nta, and s\={u}ryak\={a}nta (footnote Jacobi: the enumeration contains thirty-nine, instead of thirty-six items); 36.95: the gross and fully developed plants who severally have their own body are of many kinds: trees, shrubby plants, shrubs, big plants, creeping plants, grass; (36.96) palms, plants of knotty stems or stalks, mushrooms, water-plants, annual plants, and herbs -- these are called plants possessing severally their own body; 36.97: those plants of which many have one body in common are of many kinds: \={a}luya (\={a}luka, Amorphophallus campanulatus), m\={u}laya (m\={u}laka, radish), ginger; 36.98: haril\={\i}, siril\={\i}, sassiril\={\i}, j\={a}va\={\i}, keyakandal\={\i}, onion, garlic, plantain-tree, ku\d{d}uvvaya; 36.99: lohi\d{n}\={\i}h\={u}ya, th\={\i}h\={u}ya, tuhaga, ka\d{n}ha (k\d{r}\d{s}\d{n}akanda, Nymphaea rubra), vajjakanda (vajrakanda), s\={u}ra\d{n}aya (s\={u}ra\d{n}a, Arum campanulatum); 36.100: assaka\d{n}\d{n}\={\i} (a\'{s}vakar\d{n}\={a}, Vatica robusta), s\={\i}haka\d{n}\d{n}\={\i}, musu\d{n}\d{d}h\={\i}, turmeric, and many others besides; 36.127: movable beings with organic bodies (i.e. animals) are of four kinds: those possessing two organs of sense, those with three organs, those with four organs, those with five organs; 36.128: beings with two organs of sense are of two kinds: subtile and gross ones; both are either fully developed or undeveloped; learn fro me their subdivision; 36.129: worms, soma\.{n}gala, alasa, m\={a}iv\={a}haya (m\={a}t\d{r}v\={a}haka), v\={a}s\={\i}muha, shells, conches, sa\.{n}kh\={a}n\={a}ga (very small, conch-like animals), 36.130: palloya, anullaya, cowries, leeches, j\={a}laga, and canda\d{n}a (according to the J\={\i}vavic\={a}ra V\d{r}tti 5.16 they are animals living on water and on land, and are called ak\d{s}a in the vernacular); 36.137: beings with three organs of sense are of two kinds: subtile and gross ones; both are either fully developed or undeveloped; learn from me their subdivision; 36.138: kunthu (also called a\d{n}uddhar\={\i}, see Kalpas\=tra, rules for yatis 44, part 1, p.304), ants, bugs, ukkala, white ants, ta\d{n}ah\={a}ra, ka\d{t}\d{t}hah\={a}ra, m\={a}l\={u}ga, pattah\={a}raga (the J\={\i}vavic\={a}ra enumerates many other animals, lice, bugs, different kinds of larvae living in dung, corn, etc.; the t\d{r}\d{n}\={a}h\={a}ra, k\={a}\d{s}\d{t}h\={a}h\={a}ra, and patr\={a}h\={a}ra seem to denote different kinds of ants), 36.139: duga shining like lead, which originate in the kernel of the cotton-seed, sad\={a}var\={\i}, centipedes, indaj\={a}iya, 36.140: cochineal, etc.; 36.146: beings with four organs of sense are of two kinds: subtile and gross ones; both are either developed or undeveloped; learn from me their subdivision; 36.147: andhiya, pottiy\={a}, flies, mosquitoes, bees, moths, dhi\.{n}ka\d{n}a and ka\.{n}ka\d{n}a, 36.148: kukku\d{d}a, si\.{n}gir\={\i}\d{d}\={\i}, nand\={a}vatta, scorpions, \d{d}ol\={a}, crickets, viral\={\i}, acchivehaya, 36.149: acchila, s\={a}haya acchiro\d{d}aya, vicitta, vicittapattaya (probably butterflies), uhi\d{m}galiy\={a}, jalak\={a}t\={\i}, n\={\i}y\={a}, and tantavaj\={a}iy\={a}
Publisher: Clarendon Press, Oxford


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