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Page #1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Pratikraman Sutra Book (First Edition - April, 2014) Original Verses English Transliteration and Meaning for Young Jains of America &l@(UOCO Repentance and Forgiveness I forgive all living beings May all living beings grant me forgiveness My friendship is with all living beings My enmity is totally nonexistent JAINA Education Committee Federation of Jain Associations in North America Page #2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Pratikraman Sutra Book JAINA Education Series (JES 941) First Edition: March 2014 ISBN: 1-59406-077-0 ISBN: 978-1-59406-077-9 This Book has No-copyright for private, personal, and non-commercial use only Please use the religious material respectfully and for nonprofit purposes. Prepared by: JAINA Education Committee Federation of Jain Associations in North America Pravin K. Shah 509 Carriage Woods Circle Raleigh, NC 27607-3969 USA Telephone and Fax - 919-859-4994 Published and distributed by Links for JAINA Education Books and Information edu books.php We are interested in your comments. Page #3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ DEDICATED TO People around the World Committed to Compassionate Living for their continued effort in promoting Non-violence, protection of the environment and a spirit of compassionate interdependence with nature and all living beings. Special thanks to the people practicing a strict vegetarian (Vegan) and Alcohol/drug free life-style for inspiring us to see a true connection between the principle of Non-violence and the choices we make. A vegan and alcohol/drug free life-style stems from a compelling ethical and moral value system, where one makes a conscious effort not to harm any animals and not to harm his own body, mind & soul. As a result, one avoids the use of all animal products such as meat, fish, chicken, eggs, milk, cheese, ice-cream, butter, ghee, and all other dairy products as well as refraining from the use of silk, fur, pearls, leather, or any other products created from animal cruelty. One also refrains from all types of addictive substances such as alcohol and illicit drugs. Note: Records from the last six years of YJA and YJP conventions indicate that more than 10% Jain Youth registered as Vegans. The New York Times reports that over 8 million Americans are Vegan. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA Book 3 Page #4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Pratikraman Sutra Book Table of Contents Preface.. Pratikraman - Observance of Self-Reflection 01. namaskAra maMgala sUtra - Namaskar Mangal Sutra. 01a. cattAri maMgalaM sUtra - Chattari Mangalam Sutra.. 01b. Universal Prayers.. - 02.-Panchindiya Sutra (Guru Sthapana Sutra)........26 03 - Ichchhami Khamasamano Sutra........ 03a. tikkhutto sUtra - Tikhutto Sutra. 04. Ichchhakara Sutra... 05. iriyAvahiyA sUtra - Irya Vahiyae Sutra.. 06. tassa uttarI sUtra - Tassa Uttari Sutra 07. - Annattha Sutra... 08. logassa sUtra - Logassa Sutra. 09. karemi bhaMte sUtra - Karemi Bhante Sutra. 10. sAmAiya-vaya-jutto sUtra - Samaiya - Vaya-jutto Sutra.... 11. jaga-cintAmaNi sUtra - Jaga - Chintamani Sutra. 12. jaM kiMci sUtra - Jam Kinchi Nama-tittham Sutra 13. Namutthunam Sutra.... 14. - - Javanti-Cheiaim Sutra..... 15. - Javanta Ke Vi Sutra..... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK ..7 .11 .18 .21 23 4 .29 .30 ..31 .32 ..34 .35 37 .40 ..42 ...........44 / .49 ..50 .53 ..54 Page #5 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 16. namorhat sUtra - Namorhat Sutra 17. uvasagga-haraM stotra - Uvasagga-Haram Stotra 27. A A n - Icchami Thami Sutra............... 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra - Panchachara Ke Atichara.. 18. RT! - Jaya Viyaraya Sutra....... 19. arihaMta-ceiyANaM sUtra - Arihanta - Cheiyanam Sutra 20. kallANa-kaMdaM stuti - Kallana-Kandam Stuti. 21. saMsAra-dAvA-nala stuti - Sansara-Dava-Nala Stuti 22. --- Pukkhara-Vara-Divaddhe Sutra.......70 23. - Siddhanam Buddhanam Sutra....... 24. veyAvacca-garANaM sUtra - Veyavachcha Garanam Sutra. 25. Hildlog dogol H - Bhagavanham Vandana Sutra.................................76 26. devasia paDikkamaNe ThAuM ? sUtra - Devasia Padikkamane Thau ? Sutra.... ..77 ..78 29. - Suguru Vandana Sutra..... 30. devasiaM AlouM ? sUtra - Devasiam alou? Sutra - - .55 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .56 5 .60 .63 .65 .67 ..73 .75 31. sAta lAkha - Sata Lakha Sutra Repentance of Sins to all Living Beings.. ..88 32. aThAraha pApasthAna - Eighteen Papsthanak Sutra.. ..91 33. savvassa vi sUtra - Savvassa Vi Sutra 34. - Devasia Padikkamane Sutra.........95 35. Vandittu Sutra...... .80 .84 .86 .94 .96 Page #6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ .......124 36. BHISTNA HA- Abbhutthio Sutra .... .....111 37. 384-3055T HE - Ayariya-Uvajjhae Sutra.............113 38. J E AGHIARI Fara - Namostu Varddhamanaya Stuti .115 39. fanc-clud Fara - Visala-Locana Stuti .........................117 40. HH-tael Fara - Sua-Devaya Stuti... ..119 41. YRIT: Et Fara - Yasyah Ksetram Stuti .........................120 42. FH Stage Fala - Kamala-Dala Stuti........... .................121 43. plaifa-stut Yalai Fara - Jnanadi-Guna-Yutanam Stuti.122 44. Jih Ford HIE Fara - Jise Khitte Sahu Stuti..............123 45. ZTEGISOUTH - Addhaijjesu Sutra ........ 46. an-cholat Fara - Vara-Kanaka Stuti ...............................125 47. my-port Fra - Laghu-Shanti Stava......................127 48. 7374HRT HE - Chaukkasaya Sutra.............................134 49. HEHE HUGIR - Bharahesara Sajjhaya........ ...........135 50. Hoola PJUTTUI HOSIRT - Mannaha Jinanam Sajjhaya ........139 51. Host atef dogol - Sakala Tirtha Vandana... ..... ... A. THA #6 424/4Q|UT - Morning Pachchakkhanas ..............148 B. PITH o qeydanT - Evening Pachchakkhanas ................153 C. Sutras and their Recitation Chhanda ............... D. AGT39 T Thuy - Introduction of Postures....................163 E. HEYRA AT YESEUT - Padilehana of the Muhapatti..........170 ....142 ...... 155 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #7 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Preface The one and only goal of Jainism is to attain total liberation of our soul by removing its impurities. The soul possesses two types of impurities: 1. Mithyatva - false or illusionary knowledge about its own (soul's) nature or attributes and about worldly reality (ignorance about own's own nature) which are anger, ego, deceit, greed, 2. Kashayas or Vices and other vices To remove such impurities, from the practical point of view, Jainism has prescribed six essential practices known as Six Avashyakas which are to be performed daily. 2 Chauvisattho or Hence one needs to understand that the performance of these Avashyak rituals is considered religious act only if we are able to reduce our ignorance and vices after the performance of these rituals. Six Avashyakas or Practices: 1 Samayika Chaturvimshati-stava 3 Vandana PREFACE 4 Pratikraman - 5 Kayotsarga 6 Pratyakhyana or Pachchakhana To remain in Equanimous state for certain duration To praise the qualities of Arihant / Tirthankars Respecting Spiritual personalities and elders Repentance and Confession of Sins and Violations of Vows Perform Meditation of certain duration in Yoga Posture Live a life by Practicing some or all External and Internal penances Monks and nuns and devoted Jain lay people (Shravaks and Shravikas) staunchly observe these rituals while others practice them to the best of their ability. The history of Jain literature indicates that initially the rituals of all six Avashyakas were performed separately. However over the PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 7 Page #8 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PREFACE period of time the 4th essential "Pratikraman" ritual has been expanded to include all six essential acts (six Avashyaka). Hence the present Pratikraman ritual which covers all six Avashyaka or six essential acts, occupies an important place in the Jain tradition, comparable to Sandhya in the Vedic (Hindu) tradition, Namaj in Islam, Kharavela Avesta in the Zoroastrian faith, and confessional prayer in the Jewish & Christian traditions. The Pratikraman ritual is done by reciting various sutras and reflecting on their meaning. These sutras cover all six essential rituals. The Shwetambar Murtipujak Tradition Pratikraman Sutras are compiled in this book. The Jaina Education Committee will be publishing similar books for other traditions. Sutras are compiled with English Meaning For daily morning and evening Pratikraman rituals, 51 different sutras are used as per the ritual process. These Sutras are listed in their original language, either Ardhamagadhi Prakrut or Sanskrut along with their English transliteration, and meaning in simple English. We have also provided some history and general meaning of these Sutras in this book Pachchakhan During the Pratikraman ritual, it is required that we need to take certain vows. All Sutras related to vows are listed in Hindi and in English in the Pachchakhana chapter of this book. Proper Recitation of Sutra. To receive the maximum spiritual benefit of the Pratikraman ritual, it is required that each sutra be recited in its proper Chhand (method of recitation). We have compiled the list of each Sutra and its corresponding Chhanda in the Chhanda chapter of this book. Mudras or Postures Also, to receive maximum spiritual benefit, each sutra be recited in a proper physical posture. We have compiled a list of Postures (with photographs) in which the Sutras need to be recited. See the chapter on Mudra 8 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #9 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Muhapatti Padilehan Ritual During the Pratikraman ritual, Muhapatti is given significant importance in the Shwetambar tradition. There is a proper process established to inspect the Muhapatti. Also during the inspection process, one needs to recite and reflect upon virtues of our soul. All such details with photos are defined in the chapter called Padilehana of the Muhapatti. Contributors The major source of this sutra book is the Pratikraman Sutra book compiled by Late Muni Shri Nirvana-Sagarji and published by Shri Arunodaya Foundation, Shri Mahavir Aradhana Kendra Koba near Ahmedabad India. The Jaina Education Committee members have edited the meaning of each sutra in simple American English. We are very thankful to Pujya Panyas Shri Ajaysagarji Maharaj, the trustees, and Shri Ketan Shah of Shri Mahavir Aradhana Kendra for continually technically supporting the Jaina Pathashala educational and eLibrary activities. They have provided all sutras in Unicode Mangal font and their English transliteration. We are very thankful to the following committee members for compiling, editing, layout, and formatting various aspects of this book. Hetali Lodaya of Chapel Hill NC Hiral Shah of Ahmedabad India (now in UK) Rekha Banker of Raleigh NC Pradip and Darshana Shah of Chicago IL Shweta Daftari of Dallas TX Mukesh Doshi of Chicago IL Ramesh and Anupamaben Varia of Toronto Canada Rajesh Shah of Los Angeles CA Sudhir Shah of Raleigh NC. Megha Doshi of Ashbum VA PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Modification of One Sutra We needed to modify one sentence "Pradhanam Sarva Dharmanam" of "Sarva Mangal Mangalyam" stanza of the Jayaviyarai and the Laghu Shanti sutras. PREFACE The popular meaning of the sentence is "Jainism is the best religion among all other religions". This meaning is not conducive to the basic Jain Principle of Anekantvad and also not conducive to American cultural environment. This stanza is in Sanskrit language while all other stanzas of Jayaviyarai sutra are in Prakrit Language. The Jain history indicates that this stanza was added sometimes after 12th century (1700 years after Lord Mahavir's Nirvana). Hence it is not a part of the original sutra. The following is the modified sutra: sarva-maMgala-mAMgalyaM, sarva-kalyANa-kAraNam. mokSArtham sarva jIvAnAm, jainaM jayati zAsanam Sarva-mangala-mangalyam, sarva-kalyana-karanam. Mokshartham sarva jivanam, jainam jayati shasanam Jain philosophy and its practice are auspicious and the cause of all spiritual prosperity. It wishes that all living beings attain liberation. We apologize if you feel that this action is inappropriate. Some of our contributors do not agree with the change also. However, the main purpose of this book is to teach the Pratikraman sutras to American Jain youth living in the American cultural environment. 10 We seek forgiveness for any mistake, oversight, understatement, or overstatement in the material presented here. We request you to use the material objectively and provide positive suggestions so that we can incorporate them into future revisions. Pravin K. Shah JAINA Education Committee Federation of Jain Associations in North America Jain eLibrary in-charge April 22, 2014 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #11 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN- OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION Pratikraman - Observance of Self-Reflection Jainism believes that from time immemorial, every soul is full of impurities. Mithyatva (Ignorance) and Kashaya (anger, ego, deceit, and greed) which arise from attachment and hatred are the soul's impurities. To reduce and to remove such impurities, Jainism has prescribed certain practices known as Avashyaka (essential practices) to be performed daily and regularly by all Jains. These practices free the human mind from negative thoughts of attachment and hatred and enhance the soul's spiritual progress, ultimately leading to liberation. Ancient Jain literature defines six such activities. Six Avashyaks or Daily Practices: 1. Samayika State of Equanimity for certain duration 2. Chauvisattho or Devotional Prayer to Tirthankars Chaturvimshati-Stava 3. Vandana Respecting Ascetics 4. Pratikraman Repentance and Confession of Sins of minor violations of Vows 5. Kayotsarga 6. Pratyakhyana or Pachchakhana Non-attachment to the Body Religious Vows Each Avashyak ritual includes many original Sutras written in Ardha-Magadhi and Sanskrit languages. These Sutras consist of many hymns in praise of the Tirthankaras and many verses of repentance, confession, and requests for forgiveness. 1.- Samayika - State of Equanimity To remain in the state of equanimity without attachment and hatred, and to treat all living beings equal to one's self is called Samayika. Equanimity is the act of remaining calm and tranquil. It implies neutrality of mind and temper. It is essential for the practice of nonviolence and removal of Mithyatva and Kashayas, which ultimately removes all Karma. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #12 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN - OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION This ritual is performed to develop equal regard towards all living beings, equanimity towards pleasure and pain, and to be free from attachment and aversion. During Samayika, a devotee renounces worldly activities, fully controls his or her mind, speech and bodily activities, and lives the life of an ascetic. It is important to remain calm, meditate, read scriptures, or perform pratikramana ritual and request for forgiveness for one's sins. One should reflect on the following attributes of the soul: Equanimity towards all beings Self-control with pure aspirations Abandonment of all thoughts tainted by desire and aversion. During Samayika, if one thinks about material happiness, family, friends, and relationships, all of which are not true reflections of the soul, one should meditate on the Sutra called: "NA-HAM" - I am not that To reinforce identification with the soul, which has the qualities of perfect knowledge, vision, bliss, and power, meditate on the Sutra: "SO-HAM" - I am that By meditating on the true nature of the soul, bad karmas (sins) are eradicated. Therefore, it is recommended that all Jains perform Samayika as often as possible and at any time of the day. Types of Samayika There are two types of Samayika - partial and complete. Complete Samayika relates to monks and nuns because they practice equanimity at all times. The partial Samayika is for lay people (Shravaks and Shravikas) so that they can learn to gradually detach themselves from all external objects. The minimum duration for the partial Samayika is 48 minutes. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #13 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN - OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION 2. - Chaturvimshati Stava - Prayer to Tirthankars This is the reverential worship of the twenty-four Tirthankars to reflect on their qualities, such as freedom from attachment and aversion (Vitaragatva). Types of Devotional Prayer The devotional prayer is also of two types; external (dravya) and internal (bhava). To express one's devotion by worshipping Tirthankars' murtis with purifying substances like rice and flowers constitutes external praise (dravya stuti), while to devotionally praise their inherent qualities is internal praise (bhava stuti). During Pratikraman, this is accomplished through the recitation of the following Sutras Namutthunam Sutra praises the qualities and virtues of the Tirthankar Logassa Sutra worships all 24 Tirthankars by name Jaya Viyaraya Sutra is a devotional prayer to Tirthankar Pukkhara-vara-di Sutra salutes the teachings (Agam scriptures) of the Tirthankaras Siddhanam buddhanam sutra bows to all Siddhas along with Lord Mahavir and the pilgrimage (Tirtha) places where the Tirthankaras have attained nirvana These prayers inspire an individual to practice these ideals in his/her own life. 3.- Vandana - Respecting Ascetics Vandana means paying respect to all ascetics including Acharyas, Upadhyayas, and all Sadhus and Sadhvis. Types of Vandana: There are three types of Vandana defined in Jain literature. 1. If we meet an ascetic on the road or any other places, we can just bow our head by saying 'Matthaena Vandami' or 'Vandami Namamsami', which means I bow to you. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #14 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN - OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION 2. If we visit ascetics in their Upashray (temporary residence of monks and nuns), then we should inquire about their well-being and request forgiveness for any impoliteness towards them. 3. Pratikraman ritual should be done in the presence of an ascetic. During the Pratikraman ritual, one recites Suguru Vandana sutra, which is a complete Vandana of an ascetic. 4. - Pratikraman - Repentance and Confession of Sins - "Prati" means "back" and "kraman" means "to go". It means to go back, to reflect and review, to confess and atone, asking for forgiveness from others for one's own faults of mind, body, and speech in one's daily activities, and forgiving faults of others and extending friendship to all. Therefore, Pratikraman involves repentance and sincere confession for past sinful deeds and thoughts as well as the forgiveness of others' faults. This process of self-discipline provides protection from present sinful acts, and prevents future sinful acts through renunciation. Types of Pratikraman Jain monks and nuns must perform this ritual in accordance with tradition. Devoted Jain lay people staunchly observe this ritual while others practice it as often as possible. It is recommended that Pratikraman be done twice a day, once in the morning known as Rai Pratikraman and once in the evening known as Devasi Pratikraman. The morning Pratikraman is for the atonement of minor violations of vows incurred during the night and the evening Pratikraman is for the minor violation of vows of the day. There is a special Pratikraman for every fortnight (Pakkhi), every four months (Chaumasi), and yearly (Samvatsari) Pratikraman if not possible to perform the daily Pratikramans. The annual Pratikraman that all Jains should strive to observe is called Samvatsari Pratikraman. The Samvatsari Pratikraman is performed on the last day of Paryushan and is followed by forgiveness, i.e. asking forgiveness for our wrongdoings to all living beings and forgiving others for their faults. 14 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #15 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN - OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION It generates feelings of friendliness and love towards all. Pratikraman (self-analysis) can make our lives happy and peaceful as well as build a harmonious society. Dravya and Bhava Pratikraman The Jain ethics system outlines 5 great vows to be practiced by monks and nuns who have totally renounced worldly life. However for lay people, it outlines 12 vows (Vratas) of limited nature that are less intense than those followed by monks and nuns. Jainism defines that everyone should strive to adopt these vows according to one's individual capacity and circumstances. The ultimate goal is to accept them as full vows. In order to effectively avoid sinful activities, one should abandon wrong belief (Mithyatva), an un-restrained lifestyle (Avirati), unawareness, laziness, or lethargy (Pramada), passions (Kashaya) and inauspicious activities of body, speech, and mind (Aprashasta Yoga). To accept right faith or conviction, achieve self-restraint, become spiritually vigilant, cultivate good qualities like compassion and nonviolence, and attain the true nature of soul after giving up worldly activities is the essence of Pratikraman. In other words, it means returning to and reaffirming the path of nonviolence, truthfulness, and non-attachment. During Pratikraman, a lay person reflects on these vows and repents and requests for forgiveness for minor violations (known as Atichar) that may have been committed knowingly or unknowingly. Contemplation on each of these vows takes place so that we are more aware of such circumstances and can avoid such minor violations of vows in the future. If Pratikraman is performed only to confess past sinful acts and with an open declaration not to commit them in future, but the individual readily commits sinful activities, then this type of recitation of the ritual is called Dravya or external Pratikraman. Dravya Pratikraman is not useful; on the contrary, it is harmful. It deceives one's own self and is meant simply to deceive others. If after the performance of Pratikraman ritual, an individual minimizes or eliminates sinful activities in real life, then the PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 15 Page #16 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN - OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION Pratikraman is called Bhava or internal Pratikraman, which is very useful for purification of the soul. Eligibility to do Pratikraman Jain literature clearly indicates that the Pratikraman ritual is meant for repenting and requesting forgiveness for: "one's past minor violations of the vows that may have occurred knowingly or unknowingly". As previously mentioned, monks and nuns are to follow the five great vows and for lay people, there are 12 vows of limited nature. Hence the Pratikraman ritual is meant for monks, nuns and only those lay people who follow these vows. The logic is that if one does not practice the vows, then the question of repenting and forgiveness of minor violations of the vows does not arise. Many Jain lay people do not practice the 12 vows. Therefore, after understanding the purpose and meaning of our great ritual, every Jain should strive to adopt the 12 vows of lay people according to their capacity and circumstances. They should review them before Samvatsari Pratikramana and improve their limits every year in such a way that ultimately they will be able to fully practice the vows and live an ascetic life. Inclusion of Six Avashyaks in the Ancient Pratikraman Avashyak During the last few centuries, review of Jain literature indicates that the word "Pratikraman" is used as a common noun for all six essential acts (six Avashyakas). This is also meaningful because during the course of time the Pratikraman ritual has been expanded and enhanced to include the sutras of all other Avashyakas. This way lay people can easily complete all six daily Avashyak rituals within 48 minutes. 5. - Kayotsarga - Meditation in a Yoga Posture Kaya means body and Utsarga means moving away or rising above. Hence, Kayotsarga means rising above bodily activities to focus on the inner self, thus developing non-attachment towards our body while in meditation (Kayotsarga). To perform Kayotsarga in its true form, it is necessary to give up all passions. 16 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #17 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ PRATIKRAMAN - OBSERVANCE OF SELF-REFLECTION Attachment to one's body must be renounced in order to perform virtuous meditation (Dharma Dhyana) and pure meditation (Shukla Dhyana). During Pratikraman ritual, this is accomplished by meditation upon Namaskar Sutra or Loggassa Sutra for certain duration after repentance and confession of sins. 6. - Pratyakhyana or Pachchakhana - Taking Religious Vows Taking religious vows (self-control, renunciation of sinful activities, or doing pious activities) is called pratyakhyana. This declaration is of two types - external (Dravya) and internal (Bhava). External or Dravya pratyakhyana Renunciation of external things like food, shelter and other possessions is Dravya pratyakhyana. Internal or Bhava Pratyakhyana Renunciation of internal impure states of the soul such as ignorance, anger, greed, ego, deceit, non-restraint, attachment and aversion are known as Bhava or true Pratyakhyana. One cannot attain true Bhava Pratyakhyana without performing complete Dravya Pratyakhyana. For instance, one can begin by renouncing delicious food and other luxuries and live a simple life. The true performance of Bhava pratyakhyana (true renunciation) leads to stoppage of new karma (Samvara), which gives rise to ultimate equanimity (Sambhava), and the attainment of liberation. Hence the religious vows foster spiritual advancement through self-control. olleen What you are is God's gift to you. What you make of yourself is your gift to God. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #18 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01. namaskAra maMgala sUtra - NAMASKAR MANGAL SUTRA 01. namaskAra maMgala sUtra - Namaskar Mangal Sutra 01. Introduction Namaskar Mangal Sutra, popularly known as Namaskar Mantra, Navakar Mantra or Namokkar Mantra, is the most revered prayer in Jainism. It offers obeisance to the five supreme beings known as Pancha Parmeshtis, namely: Arihanta, Siddha, Acharya, Upadhyay and Sadhus which include all monks and nuns of any religion of the world who practice the 5 great vows of conduct. In the first and second sentences obeisance is offered to the omniscient beings, which are Arihantas and Siddhas. In the third, fourth and the fifth sentences obeisance is offered to ascetics who are Acharyas, Upadhyays and all Sadhus and Sadhvis of the world. The sutra offers obeisance to the qualities of Pancha Parmeshtis not to the individuals. The remaining four sentences explain the importance and benefit of these obeisances. There are a total of 108 qualities or attributes of these five supreme beings. The Jain rosary (Mala) has 108 beads signifying these attributes. Arihanta - 12, Siddha - 8, Acharya - 36, Upadhyay - 25, and Sadhu - 27 = Total - 108 01. namaskAra maMgala sUtra: namo arihaMtANaM namo siddhANaM / namo AyariyANaM / namo uvajjhAyANaM / namo loe savvasAhUNaM / eso paMca namukkAro, savvapAvappaNAsaNo / maMgalANaM ca savvesiM, paDhamaM havai maMgalaM / / PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #19 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01. namaskAra maMgala sUtra - NAMASKAR MANGAL SUTRA 01. Namaskara Mangal Sutra Namo arihantanam. Namo siddhanam. Namo ayariyanam. Namo uvajjhayanam. Namo loe savva-sahunam. Eso pancha-namukkaro, Savva-pava-ppanasano; Mangalanam cha savvesim, Padhamam havai mangalam. 01. General Meaning Namo Arihantanam I bow to the Arihantas (Tirthankars) who have reached enlightenment by conquering or eliminating all their Kashaya (vices) such as anger, ego, deceit, greed, and inner weaknesses, who have attained infinite knowledge, vision, bliss, and power and have shown the path to the lay people that brings the cycle of birth, life, and death to an end. Namo Siddhanam I bow to the Siddhas or liberated souls that have attained the state of perfection and immortality after the attainment of Keval-Jnana and after completing their current duration of life, thereby achieving total freedom from all karma. In this way they have completely ended the cycle of birth, life, and death. By destroying all 8 types of karmas Siddhas acquire 8 unique attributes of their soul. They are as follows: Anant Jnan Infinite knowledge Anant Darshan Infinite perception Eternal happiness Perfect conduct Immortality Avyabadha Sukha Anant Charitra Akshaya Sthiti PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 19 Page #20 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01. namaskAra maMgala sUtra - NAMASKAR MANGAL SUTRA Arupitva Formlessness Aguru Laghutva No Social Status Anant Virya Infinite Power and Energy Namo Ayariyanam I bow to the Acharyas, who head the order, and who preach the principles of religion by showing us the path of liberation, i.e., the path of Right Conviction or Faith, Right Knowledge, and Right Conduct. Namo Uvajjhayanam I bow to the Upadhyays, who are the religious scholars and guides of the scriptures. They explain to us the true nature of the soul and karma, their relationship, and the importance of our spiritual lives over our material lives. Namo Loe Savva Sahunam I bow to all ascetics who strictly follow the five great vows of conduct and inspire us to live a simple life. The five vows are: Ahimsa (Nonviolence and Compassion), Satya (Truthfulness), Asteya (Non-stealing), Brahmacharya (Chastity), and Aparigraha (Non-possessiveness and Non-attachment) Eso Pancha Namukkaro To these five types of great souls, I offer my obeisance. Savva Pavap-panasano May such obeisance help diminish my sins. Mangala-nam cha Savvesim Giving this praise is most auspicious. Padhamam Havai Mangalam It is so auspicious as to bring inner peace and happiness. 20 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #21 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01A cattAri maMgalaM sUtra- CHATTARI MANGALAM SUTRA 01a cattAri maMgalaM sUtra - Chattari Mangalam Sutra 01a Introduction This sutra explains that the Tirthankars, Liberated souls (Siddhas), Ascetics, and the religion preached by Tirthankars are very auspicious and divine, and that we should take refuge in them. 01a cattAri maMgalaM sUtra: cattAri maMgalaM, arihaMtA maMgalaM, siddhA maMgalaM, sAhU maMgalaM, kevalipaNNatto dhammo maMgalaM / . cattAri loguttamA, arihaMtA loguttamA, siddhA loguttamA, sAhU loguttamA, kevalipaNNatto dhammo loguttamo cattAri saraNaM pavajjAmi, arihaMte saraNaM pavajjAmi, siddhe saraNaM pavajjAmi, sAhU saraNaM pavajjAmi, kevali paNNattaM dhammaM saraNaM pavajjAmi || 01a Chattari Mangalam Sutra: Chattari mangalam, arihanta mangalam, Siddha mangalam, sahu mangalam, Kevali pannatto dhammo mangalam. Chattari loguttama, arihanta loguttama, Siddha loguttama, sahu loguttama, Kevali pannatto dhammo loguttamo. . PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. 2. .3. 21 1. .2. Page #22 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01A cattAri maMgalaM sUtra- CHATTARI MANGALAM SUTRA Chattari saranam pavvajjami, arihante saranam pavvajjami, Siddhe saranam pavvajjami, sahu saranam pavvajjami, Kevali pannatam dhammum saranam pavvajjami............. 01a Sutra Meaning: These four are the most auspicious in the universe: The Arihantas, the Siddhas, the ascetics, and the religion expounded by the omniscient beings (Tirthankars).. 1. These four are the most divine in the universe: 22 3. ......... The Arihantas, the Siddhas, the ascetics, and the religion expounded by the omniscient beings (Tirthankars)...... .2. I take refuge in these four. The Arihantas, the Siddhas, the ascetics, and the religion expounded by the omniscient beings (Tirthankars)............ .3. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #23 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01B UNIVERSAL PRAYERS 01b Universal Prayers Universal Forgiveness Prayer khAmemi savvajIve, savve jIvA khamaMtu me| mittI me savva bhUesu, veram majjhaM na kenni|| Khamemi Sava Jive, Savve Jiva Khamantu Me, Mitti Me Savva Bhuesu, Veram Majjham Na Kenai. I forgive all living beings May all living beings grant me forgiveness. My friendship is with all living beings I have no enmity with anyone. Universal Peace Prayers upasargAH kSayaM yAnti, chidyante vighnvllyH| manaH prasannatAmeti, pUjyamAne jineshvre|| Upsargah kshayam yanti, Chhidhyante vighna vallayah, Manah prasanna tameti, Pujya mane jineshware. May all physical difficulties diminish May all obstacles get removed May the mind and heart become full of joy By worship of Arihanta. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #24 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01B UNIVERSAL PRAYERS Reflection on Universal Friendship zivamastu sarvajagataH, parahitaniratA bhavantu bhuutgnnaaH| doSAH prayAMtu nAzaM, sarvatra sukhI bhavatu lokH|| Shivmastu Sarva Jagatah, Par hit nirata bhavantu bhutaganaha, Doshaha Prayantu Nasham, Sarvatra Sukhi bhavatu lokah. May the entire universe be blessed; May all beings engage in each other's well-being. May all weakness, sickness and faults diminish; May everyone everywhere be healthy, peaceful and happy in all respects. Reflection on Self-Realized Soul CAT, grifa, HHAI, GHI, HA, CUT, TORT; hoya mumukSu ghaTa viSe, eha sadAya sujAgya. daya shanti samata kshama, satya, tyag, vairagya, hoya mumukshu ghata vishe, eha sadaya sujagya. The true seeker of the Self-possesses the seven cardinal virtues namely; compassion, peace, equanimity, forgiveness, truthfulness, renunciation, and non-attachment to worldly relations and objects. These qualities keep him constantly vigilant. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #25 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 01B UNIVERSAL PRAYERS rAga, dveSa, ajJAna e, mukhya karmanI graMtha; thAya nivRtti jehathI, te ja mokSano paMtha. raga, dvesha, ajnana e, mukhya karma-ni grantha, thaya nivrutti jeha-thi, te ja mokshano pantha. Attachment, Hatred, and Ignorance of Self are the three principal reasons for the bondage of karma to the soul. The path that diverts away from karma is the true path of liberation. Divine Gratitude Prayer ajJAnatimirAndhAnaM, jJAnAJjana zalAkayA / netraM unmIlitaM yena, tasmai zrI gurave namaH / / yogazAstra - AcArya hemacaMdrasuri ajnanatimirandhanam, jnananjana salakaya || netram unmilitam yena, tasmai sri gurave namah || The darkness of ignorance was blinding my vision. A healing paste (the medicine of true Knowledge) has been applied. Now my inner eyes are open. To the Master who helped me, who removed the layers of ignorance and enabled me to see rightly Thumbly offer my appreciation and gratitude. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 25 Page #26 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 02. PAnchindiya Sutra (GURU STHAPANA SUTRA) 02. paMciMdiya sUtra - Panchindiya Sutra (Guru Sthapanaa Sutra) 02. Introduction - Generally, Samayika and Pratikraman rituals are performed in the presence of a Guru or an ascetic. However, in their absence, one places a religious book, which contains Namaskar Mangal Sutra and Panchendriya sutra in the front to symbolize the presence of a Guru. Also one needs to place a rosary (Navakar vali) consisting of 108 beads on the top of the religious book which represents the 108 virtues of Pancha Parmesthis. 02. paMciMdiya sUtra paMciMdiya-saMvaraNo, taha nava-viha-baMbhacera - guttidharo. cauviha-kasAya-mukko, ia aTThArasa-guNehiM saMjutto paMca-mahavvaya-jutto, paMca - vihAyAra - pAlaNa - samattho. paMca-samio tigutto, chattIsa-guNo gurU majjha. 02. Pancindiya Sutra Panchindiya-samvarano, Taha nava-viha-bambhachera-guttidharo. Chauviha-kasaya-mukko, lah attharasa-gunehim sanjutto.. Pancha-mahavvaya-jutto, Pancha-vihayara-palana-samattho. Pancha-samio tigutto, Chhattisa-guno guru majjha........ 26 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. 2. 1. .2. Page #27 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 02. - PANCHINDIYA SUTRA (GURU STHAPANA SUTRA) 02. Sutra Meaning: Guru Maharaj who has attained perfect control over the pleasures and pains associated with five-sense organs, observes celibacy in the nine prescribed ways, and is free from the four kinds of passions. Guru Maharaj also observes the five great vows, five codes of conduct, five kinds of carefulness, and three kinds of restraints in daily activities. Thus, a Guru Maharaj possesses 36 qualities. 02. General Meaning: A Guru has 36 Qualities: Control over the Five Senses: He possesses complete control over the pleasures of touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing senses. Observance of Nine Stipulations of Celibacy: He observes celibacy by following its nine stipulations. These steps provide proper protection to the vow of celibacy, and are known as the nine Brahmacharya Vada. Not looking at a person of the opposite gender with the sense of sensual pleasure Not thinking of the past sensual pleasures of one's life Not being alone with a person of opposite gender Not talking about a person of the opposite gender with pleasure Not sitting at the same place where a person of the opposite gender has been sitting until certain amount of time has elapsed Not staying nearby where a couple might be staying Not consuming intoxicants, such as alcohol or drugs. Always eating less than one's hunger Not decorating the body PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 127 Page #28 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 02. figy HET - PANCHINDIYA SUTRA (GURU STHAPANA SUTRA) Avoidance of Four Passions: He completely avoids four passions: Anger, ego, deception and greed. Adherence to the Five Great Vows: He completely follows the five great vows: Non-violence, truthfulness, non-stealing, celibacy, and non possessiveness. Observance of Five Spiritual Codes of Conducts: Observance of the fivefold spiritual code of conduct: Right Faith or Conviction (Samyak Darshan), Right Knowledge (Samyak Jnan), Right Conduct (Samyak Charitra), Right Austerities (Samyak Tapa), and Vigor (Virya). Following Five Samitis: Alertness and care while walking, speaking, accepting alms, placing or replacing any items, and disposing of human waste and other items. Following Three Guptis Constraint of the mind, speech and body. alben He who experiences the unity of life sees his own self in all beings, and all beings in his own self, and looks everything with an impartial eye. 28 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #29 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 03. CHIHHUT HET - ICHCHHAMI KHAMASAMANO SUTRA 03. khamAsamaNa sUtra - Ichchhami Khamasamano Sutra 03. Introduction: This sutra is recited while offering obeisance to any Tirthankar's image or to monks and nuns. This sutra is recited three times in front of a Tirthankar's image at the temple, or two times in front of an ascetic at an Upashray (temporary living place for monks). The sutra is recited in a specific posture wherein five body parts, namely two hands, two knees and the forehead, touch the floor together. Hence it is also known as Panchang Pranipat Sutra. 03. CHIHHUT HET: icchAmi khamA-samaNo! vaMdiuM, jAvaNijjAe nisIhiAe, matthaeNa vaMdAmi.. 03. Khamasamana Sutra: Ichchhami khama-samano! Vandium, javanijjae nisihiae, matthaena vandami..... 03. Sutra Meaning: With all my strength and by renouncing all wrongful acts, I bow (to the Tirthankar's image or Ascetics) with my head. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 29 Page #30 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 03A. Paceca HEL - TIKHUTTO SUTRA: 03a. faqach HET - Tikhutto Sutra: 03a. fazacate: Parigent: 3RTETU, 42TETUI, PA, AGITA, namasAmi, sakkAremi, sammANemi, kallANaM, maMgalaM, devIyAyaM, ceIyAyaM, pajjuvA-sAmi, matthaeNa vaMdAmi. 03a. Tikhutto Sutra: Tikhutto; Ayahinam, payahinam, karemi, vandami, Namam-sami, sakkaremi, sammanemi; Kallanam, mangalam, deviyam, chheyiyam; Pajjuwa-sami, maththen vandami. 03a. Sutra Meaning: As I turned my hands clockwise three times; I worship, I bow, I respect, I honor you. You are divine. You are the remover of obstacles. You are like a God. You are an ocean of knowledge. I serve you, I bow my head to my Guru. Non violence and kindness to all living beings is kindness to oneself. For thereby one's own self is saved from various kinds of sins and resultant sufferings and is able to secure his own welfare. Lord Mahavira 30 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #31 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 04. icchakAra sUtra: ICHCHHAKARA SUTRA 04. StechR HET: Ichchhakara Sutra 04. Introduction: This sutra is recited while offering obeisance to Guru Maharaj. Since in this Sutra a devotee inquires about Guruji's well-being, this sutra is known as Guru Sukha Shata Sutra. 04. STEAR HET: Szech 6-7 ? (HE-CORA?) 49-74 ? ertz-faktatet ? HC-HHH-YET-faded at JT ? FailA! SA JA ? 3TER-410 T TH doll ............. 04. Icchakara sutra: Ichchhakara suha-rai? (or suha-devasi?) Sukha-tapa? Sarira-nirabadha? Sukha-sanjama-yatra-nirvahate ho ji? Svami! Sata hai ji? Ahara-pani ka labha dena ji. ............ 04. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Guruji! With your permission I very kindly wish to know, if you were comfortable during the last night (or day)? Is your penance going well? Are you free of any bodily inflictions? Is your journey in ascetic life free of obstacles? Oh! Guruji, are you doing well? Please kindly oblige me by accepting alms from me. ............... 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #32 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 05. iriyAvahiyA sUtra - IRYA VAHIYAE SUTRA 05. iriyAvahiyA sUtra - Irya Vahiyae Sutra 05. Introduction This sutra is nothing but the Forgiveness Verse of Samayika It is very important that we ask for forgiveness and repent for the sins committed by us either knowingly or unknowingly before we perform Samayika, Pratikraman, and Chaitya Vandan (praying to the Tirthankars at the temple) rituals. By recitation of this sutra a person enumerates the sins that may have been committed by him/her in ordinary day-to-day life while moving around. He/she repents, apologizes, and asks for forgiveness for those sins. 05. iriyAvahiyA sUtra: icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan ! iriyAvahiyaM paDikkamAmi ? icchaM, icchAmi paDikkamiuM.. iriyAvahiyAe, virAhaNAe.. gamAgamaNe.. pANa-kkamaNe, bIya-kkamaNe, hariya- kkamaNe, osA-uttiMga-paNaga- daga-maTTI- makkaDA-saMtANA-saMkamaNe.. je me jIvA virAhiyA. egiMdiyA, beiMdiyA, teiMdiyA, cauriMdiyA, paMciMdiyA... abhihayA, vattiyA, lesiyA, saMghAiyA, saMghaTTiyA, pariyAviyA, kilAmiyA, uddaviyA, ThANAo ThANaM saMkAmiyA, jIviyAo vavaroviyA, tassa micchA mi dukkaDaM.. 32 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. .2. .3. .4. .5. .6. .7. Page #33 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 05. iriyAvahiyA sUtra - IRYA VAHIYAE SUTRA 05. Iriyavahiya Sutra Ichchha-karena sandisaha bhagavan ! Iriyavahiyam padikkamami? Ichchham, ichchhami padikkamium... Triyavahiyae, virahanae...................... Gamana-gamane......... Pana-kkamane, biya-kkamane, hariya-kkamane, Osa-uttinga, panaga-daga, Matti-makkada-santana-sankamane. ................ 5. Je me jiva virahiya. Egindiya, beindiya, teindiya, chaurindiya, panchindiya........... 6. Abhihaya, vattiya, lesiya, sanghaiya, sanghattiya, Pariyaviya, kilamiya, uddaviya, thanao thanam, Sankamiya, jiviyao vavaroviya, Tassa michchha mi dukkadam. ..............7 05. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Guru Maharaj, please voluntarily give me permission to apologize and repent (to do Pratikraman) for the sins that I may have committed while moving around. (Now Guru Maharaj will say, 'Please do so.") I accept your permission. Now, I want to apologize and repent by doing Pratikraman. While walking, I may have trampled upon living beings, seeds, green vegetation, dew, ant burrows, moss, wet soil, and spider webs. I may have hurt one-sensed, two-sensed, three-sensed, four-sensed, or five-sensed living beings by kicking them, covering them with dirt, trampling them, colliding them with each other, or touching them. I may have distressed them, frightened them, displaced them, or killed them. I repent and apologize for all sins that I may have committed. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #34 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ ___06. tassa uttarI sUtra - TASSA UTTARI SUTRA 06. Ath 3rd HET - Tassa Uttari Sutra 06. Introduction After requesting forgiveness from all living beings of the universe, the next step is to discipline one-self in order to avoid future sins. This is done via Kayotsarga or kaussagga (meditation for certain duration in a motionless meditative posture) By reciting Tassa Uttari Sutra, one declares the intension of meditation in motionless posture. This meditation also helps to reduce our vices (Kashayas), which in turn reduces our past bad karmas. The five purposes of Kaussaga are: Atonement, Repentance, Purification, Removal of Obstacles and Uprooting Sinful Activities. 06. Ath 3rHT HET tassa uttarI-karaNeNaM, pAyacchitta-karaNeNaM, visohI-karaNeNaM, visallI-karaNeNaM, pAvANaM kammANaM nigghAyaNaTThAe, ThAmi kAussaggaM. 06. Tassa Uttari Sutra Tassa uttari-karanenam, payachchhitta-karanenam, Visohi-karanenam, visalli-karanenam, Pavanam kammanam, Nigghayanatthae, thami kaussaggam. ...... 06. Sutra Meaning: I now want to absolve all my sins committed (as mentioned in the Iriyavahiya Sutra) by repenting. To purify my soul and to make it free of pain (caused by practicing religion without right faith or practicing for the show and for worldly gains) and to completely destroy all my sins, I shall now perform Kayotsarga. 34 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #35 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 07. annattha sUtra - ANNATTHA SUTRA 07. annattha sUtra - Annattha Sutra 07. Introduction By reciting Annattha Sutra, one enumerates the list of minor violations that may happen in his motionless yoga (Kayotsarg) posture. This sutra contains a description of sixteen exemptions (agaras) for not allowing the kaussagga to be broken or upset owing to the body's natural movement while performing the kaussagga, if the good manner has been shown to complete the kaussagga with firmness. 07. annattha sUtra annattha-UsasieNaM, nIsasieNaM, khAsieNaM, chIeNaM, jaMbhAieNaM, uDDueNaM, vAya-nisaggeNaM, bhamalIe, pitta-mucchAe..... ................1 suhumehiM aMga-saMcAlehiM, suhumehiM khela-saMcAlehiM, suhumehiM dihi-saMcAlehiM.. evamAiehiM AgArehiM, a-bhaggo a-virAhio, hujja me kAussaggo. 3. jAva arihaMtANaM bhagavaMtANaM, namukkAreNaM na pAremi..................4. tAva kAyaM ThANeNaM moNeNaM jhANeNaM, appANaM vosirAmi................ 07. Annattha Sutra Annattha-usasienam, nisasienam, Khasienam, chhienam, jambhaienam, Udduenam, vaya-nisaggenam, bhamalie, pitta-muchchhae. ... 1 Suhumehim anga-sanchalehim, Suhumehim khel-sanchalehim, suhumehim ditthi-sanchalehim. ......... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #36 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 07. annattha sUtra - ANNATTHA SUTRA Evamaiehim agarehim, a-bhaggo a-virahio, Hujja me kaussaggo.. Java arihantanam bhagavantanam, Namukkarenam na paremi.... Tava kayam thanenam monenam jhanenam, Appanam vosirami. 36 3. 07. Sutra Meaning: I shall now engross myself in meditation in a completely motionless yoga posture (Kayotsarga) for a specified duration. I will remain motionless except for breathing in and out, coughing, sneezing, yawning, belching, involuntarily losing balance, vomiting, fainting, subtle flickering movements of the eyes and other involuntary bodily movements. 4. I shall perform meditation and keep myself (my soul) away from all sinful activities by keeping my body motionless and by observing complete silence. At the conclusion of meditation, I will complete the Kayotsarga by offering salutation to Arihanta. This doctrine of Non-Violence (Ahimsa Dharma) is immaculate, immutable and eternal." 5. The Arhats of the past, those of the present and the future narrate thus, discourse thus, proclaim thus, and affirm thus: "One should not injure, subjugate, enslave, torture or kill any living beings including animals, living organism, and sentient beings. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Mahavira (Acharanga Sutra, Ch. 4) Page #37 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 08. logassa sUtra - LOGASSA SUTRA 08. logassa sUtra - Logassa Sutra 08. Introduction By recitation of the Logassa Sutra, one worships and praises the virtues of the twenty-four Tirthankars and offers obeisance to them. In this sutra, the glorification of twenty four tirthankaras by name and all the tirthankaras of three phases of time by implication is done and a prayer is made for the attainment of salvation by means of the three gems of right faith, right knowledge and right conduct. 08. logassa sUtra logassa ujjoa-gare, dhamma- tittha-yare jiNe. arihaMte kittaissaM, cauvIsaM pi kevalI. usabha-majiaM ca vaMde, saMbhava-mabhiNaMdaNaM ca sumaI ca. pauma-ppahaM supAsaM, jiNaM ca caMda- ppahaM vaMde.. suvihiM ca puppha-daMtaM, sIala-sijjaMsa- vAsu-pujjaM ca. vimala-maNaMtaM ca jiNaM, dhammaM saMtiM ca vaMdAmi.. kuMbhuM araM ca malliM, vaMde muNi-suvvayaM nami-jiNaM ca. vaMdAmi riTTha-nemi, pAsaM taha vaddhamANaM ca. evaM mae abhithuA, vihuya-ra -raya - malA pahINa - jara-maraNA. cau-vIsaM pi jiNavarA, tittha-yarA me pasIyaMtu.. kittiya-vaMdiya-mahiyA, je e logassa uttamA siddhA. Arugga-bohi-lAbhaM, samAhi-vara-muttamaM diMtu.. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. .2. .3. .4. .5. .6. 37 Page #38 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 08. logassa sUtra - LOGASSA SUTRA caMdesu nimmala-yarA, Aiccesu ahiyaM payAsa-yarA. HTR-OR-ofafit, PAGTAG HH PhD.... 08. Logassa Sutra Logassa ujjoa-gare, dhamma-tittha-yare jine. Arihante kittaissam, chauvisam pi kevali....... Usabha-majiam cha vande, Sambhava-mabhinandanam cha sumaim cha. Pauma-ppaham supasam, Jinam cha chanda-ppaham vande.. Suvihim cha puppha-dantam, Siala-sijjamsa-vasu-pujjam cha. Vimala-manantam cha jinam, Dhammam santim cha vandami. Kunthum aram cha mallim, Vande muni-suvvayam nami-jinam cha. Vandami rittha-nemim, Pasam taha vaddhamanam cha.......... Evam mae abhithua, Vihuya-raya-mala pahina-jara-marana. Chau-visam pi jinavara, Tittha-yara me pasiyantu. ....... .................5 Kittiya-vandiya-mahiya, je e logassa uttama siddha. Arugga-bohi-labham, samahi-vara-muttamam-dintu. Chandesu nimmala-yara, aichchesu ahiyam payasa-yara. Sagara-vara-gambhira, siddha siddhim mama disantu............ 7. 38 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #39 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 08. logassa sUtra - LOGASSA SUTRA 08. Sutra Meaning: Oh, Arihantas (Tirthankaras)! You are shedding divine light on the entire universe. Founders of divine laws and conquerors of inner enemies, I praise you, O omniscient, the twenty-four Tirthankaras. .......... 1. I bow to Rishabha dev, Ajitnath, Sambhavnath, Abhinandan, Sumatinath, Padmaprabha, Suparshva, and Chandraprabhu..2. I bow to Suvidhinath or Pushpadanta, Shitalnath, Shreyansnath, Vasupujya, Vimalnath, Anantnath, Dharmanath, and Shantinath. ..........3. I bow to Kunthunath, Aranath, Mallinath, Munisuvrat-swami, and Naminath. I bow to Arista Neminath, Parshvanath, and Vardhaman (Mahavir-swami).......... ......... 4. I praise the Arihantas who have been liberated from all karma that obstruct or hinder the qualities of soul and thereby have broken the cycle of birth and death. These are the twenty-four Lord Jinas or Tirthankaras that bless me. .................5. Oh, Arihantas! You are praised, bowed to, and whole-heartedly worshipped. You are the purest souls in the universe. Grant me divine health and Right Faith/Conviction (Bodhi Samyaktva) and the highest state of consciousness. ....... ........... 6. You are purer than the moon and more brilliant than the sun. You are deeper than the oceans. Please assist me to attain liberation. .......... 7 Roman Work like you don't need the money. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching. Sing like nobody's listening. Live like it's Heaven on Earth. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 39 Page #40 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 09. karemi bhaMte sUtra - KAREMI BHANTE SUTRA 09. karemi bhaMte sUtra - Karemi Bhante Sutra 09. Introduction Karemi Bhante Sutra is recited to take the vow of Samayika. Samayika means equanimity. In essence, the person follows the five great vows of conduct for the duration of Samayika. Also one decides not to do or promote any sin by thought, word or deed. During the duration of Samayika (48 min), one should do meditation, Pratikraman, or religious study, and otherwise recite Namaskar Sutra continuously in silence. One should not attend to or think of any worldly matters. 09. karemi bhaMte sUtra karemi bhaMte ! sAmAiyaM sAvajjaM jogaM paccakkhAmi, jAva niyamaM pajjuvAsAmi, duvihaM, ti-viheNaM, maNeNaM, vAyAe, kAraNaM, na karemi, na kAravemi, tassa bhaMte ! paDikkamAmi, niMdAmi, garihAmi, appANaM vosirAmi . 09. Karemi Bhante Sutra: Karemi bhante ! Samaiyam savajjam jogam pachchakkhami, Java niyamam pajjuvasami, duviham, ti-vihenam, Manenam, vayae, kaenam, na karemi, na karavemi, Tassa bhante! Padikkamami, nindami, garihami, 40 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. Page #41 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 09. karemi bhaMte sUtra - KAREMI BHANTE SUTRA Appanam vosirami. .... 09. Sutra Meaning: Oh respected Guruji! I vow to give up all sinful activities. I criticize myself for my wrongful actions. As long as I remain in Samayika, I shall not commit any sinful activity in thought, speech, or action nor shall I encourage anyone to indulge in such activities. Oh! Bhagawan, I hate myself for committing sinful activities. I repent and apologize for committing sinful activities. I condemn and censure myself for such sinful activities. By the virtue of Samayika, I am determined to free myself from worldly bondage............ 1. vollen Whatever I say, you must test this with your own reasoning and verify it through your own experience. Do not accept what I say blindly by faith alone until it passes the litmus test of intellection. Otherwise, it will never be yours. If you accept what I teach on the basis of the sacred texts, or from my convincing reasoning, or even because of my radiant personality, but not by testing with your own reasoning, then in the end this will create only darkness (ignorance) in you and not light. Tirthankar Mahavir Book - Harmony-of-All-Religions Maharshi Santsevi Maharaj (Page 100) PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #42 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 10. sAmAiya-vaya-jutto sUtra - SAMAIYA-VAYA-JUTTO SUTRA 10. sAmAiya-vaya-jutto sUtra - Samaiya - Vaya-jutto Sutra 10. Introduction The prescribed duration of Samayika is 48 minutes. The Karemi Bhante Sutra is recited to take the vow of Samayika, while Samaiya Vaya Jutto Sutra is recited to terminate the vow of Samayika. In this sutra, the greatness of the samayika vow is shown. As long as a person is under the oath of samayika he is equivalent to a saint. This sutra is uttered to end the vow of Samayika but one must remember to adore this sacred characteristic duty of a laity and to maintain the enduring wish of performing the samayika again and again. With regard to the vow of Samayika, one should avoid several faults like sinful thought, sinful speech, or inappropriate body movement. Not being attentive about the vow and purpose of Samayika, not following prescribed procedure, or being lazy are also considered as faults. The instincts of eating, fear, pleasure, and possessiveness should be avoided during Samayika. 10. sAmAiya-vaya-jutto sUtra sAmAiya-vaya-jutto, jAva maNe hoi niyama- saMjutto. chinnai asuhaM kammaM, samAiya jattiA vArA.. sAmAiyammi u kae, samaNo iva sAvao havai jamhA. eeNa kAraNeNaM, bahuso sAmAiyaM kujjA. sAmAyika vidhi se liyA, vidhi se pUrNa kiyA, vidhi meM jo koI avidhi huI ho, una sabakA mana-vacana-kAyA se micchA mi dukkaDaM.. dasa mana ke, dasa vacana ke, bAraha kAyA ke 42 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. .2. 3. Page #43 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 10. HIHI$4-02-JKT HET - SAMAIYA-VAYA-JUTTO SUTRA ina battIsa doSoM meM se jo koI doSa lagA ho, 301 Hac Hol-del-CRIT A FAZET A Goons............... 10. Samaiya-Vaya-Jutto Sutra: Samaiya-vaya-jutto, java mane hoi niyama-sanjutto. Chhinnai asuham kammam, samaiya jattia vara... Samaiyammi u kae, samano iva savao havai jamha. I I . .................... Eena karanenam, bahuso samaiyam kujja. Samayika vidhi se liya, vidhi se purna kiya, Vidhi mem jo koi avidhi hui ho, Una sabaka mana-vachana-kaya se Michchha mi dukkadam. Dasa mana ke, dasa vachana ke, baraha kaya ke-- Ina battisa doshona me se jo koi dosh laga ho, Una sabaka mana-vachana-kaya se Michchha mi dukkadam. 10. Sutra Meaning: As long as someone observes the vow of Samayika, and maintains full control over his mind, his bad karmas (sins) are eradicated. Moreover, whenever a person is under the vow of Samayika, he is just like a monk. Therefore, one should do Samayika over and over again. I took the vow of this Samayika according to the prescribed method and I shall terminate the vow of Samayika also in the prescribed method. I ask for your pardon, if I have deviated from the prescribed method mentally, verbally, or physically. If I have committed any of the 10 faults of mental activity, 10 faults of speech or 12 faults of bodily actions, through my mind, speech, or body respectively, I apologize for the same and ask for your forgiveness. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #44 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 11. jaga-cintAmaNi sUtra 11. jaga - cintAmaNi sUtra - Jaga Chintamani Sutra 11. Introduction The Jag Chintamani sutra is a Chaitya Vandan Sutra. It is recited in the temple and during Pratikraman ritual when prayer is recited. In this sutra the prayer is offered to the temples and the Murtis of Tirthankar Bhagawan which are eternal, meaning have always existed and will always exist. JAGA-CHINTAMANI SUTRA 11. jaga-cintAmaNi icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan ! caitya - vandana karUM? icchaM. jaga-cintAmaNi! jaga-nAha! jaga-gurU! jaga- rakkhaNa! jaga-baMdhava! jaga-satthavAha! jaga-bhAva-viakkhaNa! aTThAvaya-saMThavia-rUva! kammaTTha-viNAsaNa! cavIsa pi jiNavara! jayaMtu a-ppaDihaya sAsaNa.. kamma-bhUmihiM kamma-bhUmihiM paDhama-saMghayaNi, ukkosaya sattari-saya jiNa varANa viharaMta labbhai; nava-koDihiM kevalINa, koDI - sahassa nava sAhu gammai. saMpai jiNavara vIsa muNi, bihuM koDihiM varanANa; samaNaha koDi-sahassa-dua, thuNijjai nicca vihANi.. jayau sAmiya jayau sAmiya risaha sattuMji, ujjaMti pahu-nemi-jiNa, jayau vIra saccaurI-maMDaNa; bharu -acchahiM muNi-suvvaya, mahuri pAsa duha-duria -khaMDaNa, 44 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .2. Page #45 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 11. jaga-cintAmaNi sUtra - JAGA-CHINTAMANI SUTRA avara-videhiM tittha-yarA, cihuM disi vidisi jiM ke vi; tIANAgaya saMpaiya, vaMdauM jiNa savve vi.... sattA-Navai sahassA, lakkhA chappanna aTTha-koDIo. battIsa-saya bAsiyAiM, tia-loe ceie vaMde... panarasa-koDi-sayAiM, koDi bAyAla lakkha aDavannA. chattIsa-sahasa-asIiM, sAsaya-biMbAiM paNamAmi.. ................ ......... 11. Jaga-Chintamani Chaitya-Vandana Ichchha-karena sandisaha bhagavan! Chaitya-vandana karu? Ichchham. Jaga-chintamani! Jaga-naha! Jaga-guru! Jaga-rakkhana! Jaga-bandhava! Jaga-satthavaha! Jaga-bhava-viakkhana! Atthavaya-santhavia-ruva! Kammattha-vinasana! Chauvisam pi jinavara! Jayantu a-ppadihaya-sasana..............1. Kamma-bhumihim kamma-bhumihim padhama-sanghayani, Ukkosaya sattari-saya jina-varana viharanta labbhai; Nava-kodihim kevalina, kodi-sahassa nava sahu gammai. Sampai jinavara visa muni, bihum kodihim varanana; Samanaha kodi-sahassa-dua, thunijjai nichcha vihani.............2. Jayau samiya jayau samiya risaha sattunji, Ujjinti pahu-nemi-jina, jayau vira sachchauri-mandana; Bharu-achchhahim muni-suvvaya, mahuri-pasa duha-duriakhandana, Avara-videhim tittha-yara, chihum disi vidisi jim ke vi; Tianagaya sampaiya, vandau jina savve vi........ .........3. Satta-navai sahassa, lakkha shhappanna attha-kodio. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 45 Page #46 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 11. Got-foodTHU HET - JAGA-CHINTAMANI SUTRA Battisa-saya basiyqim, tia-loe cheie vande.. .............. 4. Panarasa-kodi-sayaim, kodi bayala lakkha adavanna. Chhattisa-sahasa-asiim, sasaya-bimbaim panamami.............5. 11. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Guru Maharaj, please voluntarily give me permission to do Chaitya Vandan. (If Guru Maharaj is present, he will say, "Please do so.") I accept your permission.... .........1 Oh! Tirthankar Bhagawan, you are like the best of the best jewel (Chintamani). You are the ultimate head of the universe. You are the preceptor of the whole universe. You are the protector of the universe. You are like an elder brother to the whole universe. You are the guide of the entire universe and you perceive the inner thoughts of the entire universe. Oh! Twenty-four Tirthankaras, your Murtis are consecrated on Mt. Ashtapad. You have eradicated all eight categories of Karma. The four-fold Jain order established by you will go on forever. You are the greatest of the greatest. ......... ...........................................................2 In all Karma Bhumi, there may exist simultaneously a maximum 170 Jineshvar Bhagawan, who are endowed with the unique and best physiques, 90 million omniscient (Kevaljnani) and, 90000 million monks. I pray every day in the early morning to the twenty Tirthankaras (of this time cycle and of Bharat Kshetra), 20 million omniscient monks and, 20,000 million other monks who are currently present. ..... ..........3 Oh! Lord, you are the great. You are the great. Oh! Bhagawan Rushabhdev, your Murti graces Mt. Shatrunjay, Oh! Neminath Bhagawan, your Murti graces Mt. Girnar, Oh! Bhagawan Mahavir Swami, your Murti graces the temple in the town of Sachor, like a precious ornament. Oh! Bhagawan Munisuvrat Swami, your Murti graces the temple in the town of Bharuch. Oh! Bhagawan Parshvanath, your Murti graces the temple in the town of Mathura and you eradicate the sufferings and the sins of the people. I offer my obeisance to all the Jineshvar Bhagawan, who may have ever existed anytime in the past, may exist anytime in the future and are present now anywhere in the universe. ......... ........ 4. 46 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #47 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 11. jaga-cintAmaNi sUtra JAGA-CHINTAMANI SUTRA I am bowing down to 8,57,000,282 eternal temples and 15,42,58,36,080 eternal Tirthankar Murtis, which are always present in the universe...... ............ 5. 11. General Meaning: According to Jain scriptures, the shape of universe resembles like a man standing with his hands on his waist and his legs wide apart. The universe is divided in three parts: Very top of the universe is known as Siddhashila, where the liberated souls exist. Area above the waist (upper part) is the place where the heavens are located. Humans live in the middle part Hell is located in the lower part, below the waist. In the middle part, which is known as Madhya-Lok, there are innumerable numbers of concentric circles of land alternating with ocean. The most central part is a land known as Jambu Dvip (Island). Jambu Dvip is surrounded by a ring of ocean. This ocean is surrounded by a ring of land, known as Dhataki Khand, and the next land in the series is known as Pushkar Dvip. Dhataki Khand is twice the size of Jambu Dvip and Pushkar Dvip is twice the size of Dhataki Khand. Jambu Dvip is divided in three sections. The northern part is known as Airavat Kshetra, the southern part is known as Bharat Kshetra and the middle section is known as Maha Videha Kshetra. We live in Jambu Dvip and India is located in Bharat Kshetra. Dhataki Khand being twice in size as of Jambu Dvip thus has two Bharat Kshetra, two Airavat Kshetra and two Maha Videha Kshetra. Accordingly Pushkar Dvip has four of each Kshetras. The whole of Jambu Dvip, the whole of Dhataki Khand and only half of the Pushkar Dvip are considered as Karma Bhumi. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 47 Page #48 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 11. jaga-cintAmaNi sUtra JAGA-CHINTAMANI SUTRA Thus Karma Bhumi consists of 5 Bharat Kshetras, 5 Airavat Kshetras and 5 Maha Videha Kshetras. Tirthankar Bhagawan does not exist in Bharat Kshetra and Airavat Kshetra at all times. If they do, there can be only one living Tirthankar Bhagawan per each Kshetra. Maha Videha Kshetra is further divided in 32 sections, each known as Vijay. In each Vijay of Maha Videha Kshetra there may exist one Tirthankar Bhagawan at any given time. However, at any given time there are at least four Vijay, where Tirthankar Bhagawan is present. Thus, in Maha Videha Kshetra there could be a maximum of 32 Tirthankar Bhagawan and a minimum of 4 Tirthankar Bhagawan at any given time. Hence the maximum number of Tirthankar Bhagawan that may exist simultaneously in Karma Bhumi are as follows. 5 Bharat Kshetra 5 5 Airavat Kshetra 5 5 Maha Videha Kshetra 5 x 32 160 170 Total - Maximum Number of Tirthankar The minimum number of Tirthankar Bhagawan present at any given time is as follows: 5 Maha Videha Kshetra 48 5 x 4 = 20. A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Erin Majors Page #49 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 12. - JAM KINCHI NAMA-TITTHAM SUTRA 12. jaM kiMci sUtra - Jam Kinchi Nama-tittham Sutra 12. Introduction In this sutra, salutation is offered to all the Jain pilgrimage places and all the Jina Murtis existing in the three worlds. This Sutra is an important Chaitya Vandan Sutra, which is recited after reciting Jag Chintamani Sutra. 12. jaM kiMci sUtra jaM kiMci nAma-titthaM, sagge pAyAli mANuse loe. jAiM jiNa-biMbAI, tAiM savvAiM vaMdAmi.. 12. Jam Kinchi Nama-tittham Sutra Jam kinchi nama-tittham, sagge payali manuse loe. Jaim jina-bimbaim, taim savvaim vandami. .1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 12. Sutra Meaning: I bow down to all places of pilgrimage and to all the Murtis of Tirthankar Bhagawan present anywhere in the heavens, in the lower realm of the universe, and in the middle section of the universe, commonly known as Manushya Lok. 1. 1. 49 Page #50 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 13. namutthu NaM sUtra - NAMUTTHUNAM SUTRA 13. namutthu NaM sUtra - Namutthunam Sutra 13. Introduction This Sutra enumerates the virtues of a Tirthankar and offers obeisance to all Tirthankaras. The king of heavenly beings (devas) Shakrendra recites this Sutra at the time of conception and birth of a Tirthankar. He glorifies Lord Arihanta Bhagavana through the attribution of their supreme virtues. Hence this Sutra is also known as Shakra Stava Sutra 13. namutthuNaM sUtraH namutthu NaM, arihaMtANaM, bhagavaMtANaM. Ai-garANaM, tittha-yarANaM, sayaM-saMbuddhANaM. purisuttamANaM, purisa-sIhANaM, purisa-vara-puMDarIANaM, parisa-vara-gaMdha-hatthINaM. loguttamANaM, loga-nAhANaM, loga-hiANaM, loga-paIvANaM, loga-pajjoa-garANaM. abhaya-dayANaM, cakkhu-dayANaM, magga-dayANaM, saraNa-dayANaM, bohi-dayANaM...... dhamma-dayANaM, dhamma-desayANaM, dhamma-nAyagANaM, dhamma-sArahINaM, dhamma-vara-cAuraMta-cakkavaTTINaM.. .......................... appaDihaya-vara-nANa-daMsaNa-dharANaM, viyaTTa-chaumANaM............ jiNANaM, jAvayANaM, tinnANaM, tArayANaM, buddhANaM, bohayANaM, muttANaM, moagANaM. savvannUNaM, savva-darisINaM, siva-mayala-marua-maNaMta 50 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #51 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 13. namutthu Na sUtra NAMUTTHUNAM SUTRA makkhaya-mavvAbAha-mapuNarAvitti siddhigai-nAmadheyaM ThANaM saMpattANaM, namo jiNANaM, jia bhayANaM.. je a aIyA siddhA, je a bhavissaMti - NAgae kAle. saMpai a vaTTamANA, savve ti - viheNa vaMdAmi.. 13. Namutthunam Sutra: Namutthu nam, arihantanam, bhagavantanam. Ai-garanam, tittha-yaranam, sayam-sambuddhanam...............2. Purisuttamanam, purisa-sihanam, purisa-varaPundarianam, purisa-vara-gandha-hatthinam. Loguttamanam, loga-nahanam, loga-hianam, Loga-paivanam, loga-pajjoa-garanam. Abhaya-dayanam, chakkhu-dayanam, magga-dayanam, Sarana-dayanam, bohi-dayanam. Dhamma-dayanam, dhamma-desayanam, Dhamma-nayaganam, dhamma-sarahinam, Dhamma-vara-chauranta-chakkavattinam... Appadihaya-vara-nana-dansana-dharanam, Viyatta-chhaumanam. Jinanam javayanam, tinnanam tarayanam, Buddhanam bohayanam, muttanam moaganam................................ Savvannunam, savva-darisinam, Siva-mayala-marua-mananta-makkhaya Mavvabaha-mapunaravitti Siddhigai-namadheyam thanam sampattanam, Namo jinanam, jia-bhayanam.. Je a aiya siddha, je a bhavissanti-nagae kale. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 9. .10. 51 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Page #52 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 13. namutthu Na sUtra Sampai a vattamana, savve ti-vihena vandami. 13. Sutra Meaning: I bow to the Arihanta Bhagavants. I bow to the Jinas, the beginners of the Scriptures, the Tirthankaras, and the selfenlightened ones... 1. NAMUTTHUNAM SUTRA I bow to the best among men, the lions among men, the best lotus among men, and the highest species of elephant among men. .2. 10. I bow to the best in the world, the guides of the world, the benefactors of the world, the beacons of the world, and the enlighteners of the world.. 3. I bow to the liberators from fear, the givers of vision, the givers of the path, the givers of refuge, the givers of right conviction, and the givers of enlightenment.. 4. I bow to the givers of law, the preachers of law, the masters of law, the leaders of law, the world monarchs of law, and those who are the best in all four directions.. .5. I bow to those who are liberated from the bondage of false knowledge, who are the holders of unrestricted and best knowledge and faith, who in this world are the light, the liberators, the refuge, and the movers and givers of rest. .6. I bow to those who are the victors and the givers of victory, the saviors and the saved, the givers of enlightenment and the enlightened, and the givers of liberation and the liberated....... 7. I bow to the all-knowing, all-seeing Jinas, who have conquered fear and who have attained a happy, stable, formless, infinite, imperishable, unobstructed, and eternally perfect state and existence.. ...8-9. 52 Oh! Tirthankar Bhagawan, I bow down to you, and all those, who have attained Moksha, those who will attain Moksha in their current life, and those who will attain Moksha anytime in future by my thoughts, speech, and body.... ....10 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #53 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 14. jAvaMti-ceiAI sUtra - JAVANTI - CHEIAIM SUTRA 14. jAvaMti ceiAI sUtra - Javanti-Chelaim Sutra 14. Introduction In this Sutra, obeisance is offered to currently existing Murtis of Jineshvar Bhagawan. This Sutra is also known as 'Sarva Chaitya Vandan Sutra'. Savva means all; and Chaitya means either temple or an Murti of Jineshvar Bhagawan. It is important to note that in Sutra number 12, Jag Chintamani Sutra the word Chaitya is used to mean temple, while in this Sutra it is used to mean Murti. In Jag Chintamani Sutra, obeisance is offered to those temples and those Murtis, which have always existed and which will always exist. In this Sutra, obeisance is offered to currently existing Murtis of Jineshvar Bhagawan. 14. jAvaMti-ceiAI sUtra jAvaMti ceiAiM, uDDhe a ahe a tiria - loe a. savvAiM tAiM vaMde, iha saMto tattha saMtAI.. 14. Javanti-Cheiaim Sutra Javanti cheiaim, uddhe a ahe a tiria-loe a. Savvaim taim vande, iha santo tattha santaim. .1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 14. Sutra Meaning: While here I bow down to all the currently existing Murtis of Jineshvar Bhagawan anywhere in the upper part of the universe, this middle part of the universe or the lower part of the universe. ........... 1. 1. 53 Page #54 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 15. jAvaMta ke vi sUtra - JAVANTA KE VI SUTRA 15. jAvaMta ke vi sUtra - Javanta Ke Vi Sutra 15. Introduction In this Sutra, obeisance is offered to all Sadhu Maharaj and Sadhviji Maharaj present anywhere in Bharat Kshetra, Airavat Kshetra and in Maha Videha Kshetra. This is to express our respect to them and for helping us and guiding us in our spiritual journey. This Sutra is also Known as 'Sarva Sadhu Vandan Sutra' (Sarva means all) as obeisance is offered to all Sadhu and Sadhvi Maharaj present anywhere in all 15 Karma Bhumi, namely 5 Bharat Kshetra, 5 Airavat Kshetra and 5 Mahavideha Kshetra In Bharat Kshetra (where we live) and in Airavat Kshetra people are not always fortunate enough to have the physical presence of Arihant Bhagawan and thus, we do not have the benefit of His sermons or His guidance. In such times it is the Guru Maharaj, who preach through their sermons and guide us on the path leading to Moksha as originally preached by Arihant Bhagawan. 15. jAvaMta ke vi sUtra jAvaMta ke vi sAhU, bharaheravaya-mahA-videhe a. savvesiM tesiM paNao, ti-viheNa ti-daMDa-virayANaM. 15. Javanta Ke Vi Sutra Javanta ke vi sahu, bharaheravaya-maha-videhe a. Savvesim tesim panao, ti-vihena ti-danda-virayanam. ...... 15. Sutra Meaning: Sadhu Maharaj and Sadhviji Maharaj do not commit any sinful activity either in their thoughts or by their speech or physically; nor they cause others to do the same; nor they praise others who commit sinful activity. I bow down to all such Sadhu Maharaj and Sadhviji Maharaj, present anywhere in Bharat Kshetra, Airavat Kshetra and in Maha Videha Kshetra; by my thoughts, by my speech and by my body. 1. 54 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. 1. Page #55 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 16. namorhat sUtra - NAMORHAT SUTRA 16. namorhat sUtra - Namorhat Sutra 16. Introduction In this Sutra, obeisance is offered to the Five Supreme Entities. This Sutra was composed by Acharya Shree Siddhasen Diwakar Suri, who is credited with composition of many other valuable Sanskrit works of Jainism. This Sutra in its real essence is a mini Navakar Mantra. It is usually recited prior to reciting any Stuti, Stavan or before performing many important rituals. 16. namorhat sUtra namorhat-siddhA-cAryopAdhyAya-sarva-sAdhubhyaH. 16. Namorhat Sutra Namorhat-siddha-charyopadhyaya-sarva-sadhubhyah........ .1. 16. Sutra Meaning: I am bowing down to Arihant Bhagawan, Siddha Bhagawan, Acharya Maharaj, Upadhyay Maharaj, and all Sadhu and Sadhvi Maharaj... 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. 55 Page #56 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 17. uvasagga-haraM stotra - UVASAGGA-HARAM STOTRA 17. uvasagga-haraM stotra - Uvasagga-Haram Stotra 17. Introduction Uvasagga-haram Sutra is a devotional Sutra dedicated to Shree Parshva Nath Bhagawan. Recitation of this Sutra brings forth desired beneficial results as it pleases Parshva Yaksha due to his deep devotion to Parshva Nath Bhagawan. This Sutra was composed by Acharya Bhadrabahu Swami (504 B.C. to 428 B.C.) between 442 B.C. and 428 B.C. He was the last Shrut Kevali of this current time cycle. 17. uvasagga-haraM stotra uvasagga-haraM pAsaM, pAsaM vaMdAmi kamma-ghaNa-mukkaM. visahara-visa-ninnAsaM, maMgala-kallANa-AvAsaM. visahara-phuliMga-maMtaM, kaMThe dhArei jo sayA maNuo. tassa gaha-roga-mArI, duha-jarA jaMti uvasAmaM. ciTThau dUre maMto, tujjha paNAmo vi bahu-phalo hoi. nara-tiriesu vi jIvA, pAvaMti na dukkha-dogaccaM... tuha sammatte laddhe, ciMtAmaNi-kappa-pAyava-bbhahie. pAvaMti aviggheNaM, jIvA ayarAmaraM ThANaM..... iya saMthuo mahAyasa! bhatti-bbhara-nibbhareNa hiaeNa. tA deva! dijja bohiM, bhave bhave pAsa! jiNa-caMda!..... 17. Uvasagga-Haram Stotra Uvasagga-haram pasam, Pasam vandami kamma-ghana-mukkam. 56 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #57 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 17. 3QHT-ET FHET - UVASAGGA-HARAM STOTRA Visahara-visa-ninnasam, mangala-kallana-avasam. ................ 1. Visahara-phulinga-mantam, kanthe dharei jo saya manuo. Tassa gaha-roga-mari, duttha-jara janti uvasamam...............2. Chitthau dure manto, tujjha panamo vi bahu-phalo hoi. Nara-tiriesu vi jiva, pavanti na dukkha-dogachcham..............3. Tuha sammatte laddhe, chintamani-kappa-payava-bbhahie. Pavanti avigghenam, jiva ayaramaram thanam..................4 lya santhuo mahayasa! Bhatti-bbhara-nibbharena hiaena. Ta deva! Dijja bohim, bhave bhave pasa! Jina-chanda!..........5. 17. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Shree Parshva Nath Bhagawan, I am bowing down to you. Even your caretaker Yaksha Parshva is capable of nullifying the unfavorable situations caused by other people and/or other elements. You have eradicated all Karmas and thus you are free of all Karmas. You are capable of nullifying the poison of the most poisonous snake. You are the abode of bliss and unending happiness. Those people, who recite with faith the Mantra known as 'Visahara Fullinga Mantra', their misfortunes, chronic illness, plague and other fatal epidemic diseases and febrile illnesses are cured. Let alone recitation of this Mantra, even sincere obeisance to you is a cause of good fortune. Those, who offer sincere obeisance to you with a deep faith, will have a life free of sufferings and bad luck, in all of their future human or animal lives. Attainment of the right knowledge and right faith, as preached by you, is even more precious than Chintamani and Kalpa Vruksha. Upon their attainment, one attains Moksha without difficulty, where there is no old age or death. Oh! Universally revered Parshva Nath Bhagawan, I eulogize you with a heart full of devotion. Oh! Jineshvar Parshva Nath Bhagawan, I wish for the right knowledge, right faith and, right conduct in all my future lives. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 57 Page #58 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 17. 30 H30-50 FT - UVASAGGA-HARAM STOTRA 17. General Meaning: Bhadrabahu Swami's brother Varahmihir was also a Jain monk. But for some reason he renounced monk-hood and started to make a living as a fortune-teller. Once he wrongly forecast the lifespan of a prince and as a result, the king sentenced him to death. After his death, he was born as a Vyantar Dev. He then spread the epidemic of plague (a fatal infectious disease) in the Jain Sangh. Acharya Bhadrabahu Swami then composed Uvasagga-haram Sutra and taught it to the people. It is said that continuous recitation of Uvasagga-haram Sutra eradicated the epidemic of plague. Parshva Yaksha is the caretaker Yaksha of Tirthankar Bhagawan Shree Parshva Nath. When a "Tirthankar Bhagawan-to-be" attains Kevaljnan, Shakrendra, the supreme Deva of Saudharma Devaloka, due to his deep devotion to Him, assigns a dedicated Yaksha at His service. 'Visahara Fulinga' Mantra is as follows: 'Namiuna Pas Visahara Vasaha Jin Fulinga' This Mantra is also recited by adding certain other holly words such as the following version composed by renowned Acharya Shree Mantung Suri 'Om Rhim Shreem Arham Namiuna Pas Visahara Vasaha Jina Fuling Rhim Namaha' Jain Karma philosophy states that one has to suffer the resultant effects of one's own Karma or eradicate those Karmas by internal austerities. Tirthankar Bhagawan are Vitaragi and hence do not help anyone directly. Then the obvious question is how recitation of this or any other Mantra will be of help. Let us now consider the importance of Mantra. As you know, Agams are compiled from the sermons of Bhagawan Shree Mahavir Swami. The last Agam, which is now considered to be completely lost, is known as Drashtivada. Fourteen Purvas are parts of this agam. Fourteen Purvas clearly mention the importance of Mantra. 58 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #59 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 17. JTHIT-KI FET - UVASAGGA-HARAM STOTRA Recitation of Mantra for worldly gains and benefits is prohibited. However, if a Mantra is recited with devotion and faith to alleviate sufferings of other people, to eradicate natural calamities, or for the protection of Jain temples, Jain religion and Sangh, it will definitely eliminate these misfortunes. It is however important to remember that Mantra is expression of devotion to heavenly beings and Yaksha and Yakshini only. They are not liberated and thus are able to bring forth the beneficial results of Mantra. Uvasagga-haram Sutra is a devotional Sutra dedicated to Shree Parshva Nath Bhagawan. Recitation of this Sutra brings forth the desired beneficial results (as stated before) as it pleases Parshva Yaksha due to his deep devotion to Parshva Nath Bhagawan. oleon Charity at its Peak Ascetic Mahavir donates a piece of heavenly cloth to poor. The cloth was left on his shoulder by Lord Indra, the king of heavenly gods, after his self initiation. (Shvetambar Tradition) PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 59 Page #60 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 18. jaya vIyarAya! sUtra - JAYA VIYARAYA SUTRA 18. jaya vIyarAya! sUtra - Jaya Viyaraya Sutra 18. Introduction Jaya Viyaraya Sutra is also known as Pranidhana Sutra which denotes a state of ecstasy. It relates to an act in which the physical, mental and spiritual faculties together are sincerely praying to Lord Tirthankar for the benefit of our higher spiritual state. By this sutra, the flawless and superior prayers have been done with the lord for spiritual benefits. ........... 18. jaya vIyarAya! sUtra: jaya vIyarAya! jaga-guru!, hou mamaM tuha ppabhAvao bhayavaM!. bhava-nivveo maggANusAriA iTThaphala-siddhI... ...................1. loga-viruddha-ccAo guru-jaNa-pUA parattha-karaNaM ca. suha-guru-jogo tavvayaNa-sevaNA A-bhavamakhaMDA.... vArijjai jai vi niyANa-baMdhaNaM vIyarAya! tuha samaye. taha vi mama hujja sevA, bhave bhave tumha calaNANaM....... dukkha-kkhao kamma-kkhao, samAhi-maraNaM ca bohi-lAbho a. saMpajjau maha eaM, tuha nAha! paNAma-karaNeNaM.. sarva-maMgala-mAMgalyaM, sarva-kalyANa-kAraNam. mokSArtham sarva jIvAnAm, jainaM jayati zAsanam'....... ................3. ................ We needed to modify one sentence "Pradhanam Sarva Dharmanam" of "Sarva Mangal Mangalayam" sutra. The popular meaning of the sutra is "Jainism is the best religion among all other religions". This meaning is not conducive to the basic Jain Principle of Anekantvad. This Sanskrit language Sutra was added at the end of the "Jayaviyrai 60 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #61 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 18. JY DIRT! HE - JAYA VIYARAYA SUTRA 18. Jaya Viyaraya! Sutra: Jaya viyaraya! Jaga-guru!, Hou mamam tuha ppabhavao bhayavam!. Bhava-nivveo magganusaria itthaphala-siddhi..................... 1. Loga-viruddha-chchao guru-jana-pua parattha-karanam cha. Suha-guru-jogo tavvayana-sevana a-bhavamakhanda..........2. Varijjai jai vi niyana-bandhanam viyaraya! Tuha samaye. Taha vi mama hujja seva, bhave bhave tumha chalananam. ..3. Dukkha-kkhao kamma-kkhao, Samahi-maranam cha bohi-labho a. Sampajjau maha eam, tuha naha! Panama-karanenam........ 4. Sarva-mangala-mangalyam, sarva-kalyana-karanam. Mokshartham sarva jivanam, jainam jayati shasanam?............5. 18. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Vitaraga (one who is beyond attachment and aversion) Tirthankar, Oh! Spiritual leader of the universe, through your grace and blessings, I wish to attain detachment from worldly life and follow the path of right conduct for the attainment of liberation. 1. Sutra" which is in Prakrit language sometimes after 12th century (1700 years after Lord Mahavir Nirvana). Hence it is not a part of the original sutra. We would like to apologize if you feel that this action is not an appropriate one. However the main purpose of this book is to teach the Pratikraman sutras to American Jain children and youth and we need to teach them based American cultural environment and also not violating our basic principles. In USA 70% Jain children are marrying with non-Jain spouses. 2 See Footnote of Jaya Viyaraya Sutra. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #62 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 18. u ARIT! HET - JAYA VIYARAYA SUTRA .............. 2. I wish to lead a life of high morals and ethics, to be respectful to and take good care of Guru Maharaj and elderly people, to be helpful and of service to others, to find a right spiritual leader and adopt his teachings........... Oh! Vitaraga Parmatma (Tirthankar), I am aware of the fact that your teachings advise against asking anything from you, In spite of this, Oh! Bhagawan, I am bowing down to you and I wish to be of service to you at your feet, for this and all my future lives....3. Oh Vitaraga Parmatma, by virtue of your grace, let my unhappiness be destroyed and my karmas annihilated. Let me remain equanimous at the time of death and retain the right faith to your teachings. ............... Jain philosophy and its practice are auspicious and the cause of all spiritual prosperity. It wishes that all livings being attain liberation. ....... ..........5. Humility at its Peak Guru Gautam Swami requests Anand Shravak (a lay person) for his forgiveness because he had doubted his Knowledge (Jnana) and Truthfulness PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #63 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 19. arihaMta-ceiyANaM sUtra - ARIHANTA CHEIYANAM SUTRA 19. arihaMta - ceiyANaM sUtra - Arihanta - Cheiyanam Sutra 19. Introduction After requesting forgiveness from all living beings of the universe, the next step is to discipline one-self in order to avoid future sins. This is done via Kayotsarga (meditation in motionless body) and introspective meditation on a Jain prayer. This meditation also helps to get rid of our past bad karmas. 19. arihaMta-ceiyANaM sUtra arihaMta-ceiyANaM, karemi kAussaggaM. vaMdaNa-vattiAe, pUaNa - vattiAe, sakkAra- vattiAe, sammANa-vattiAe, bohi-lAbha vattiAe, niruvasagga- vattiAe...2. saddhAe, mehAe, dhiIe, dhAraNAe, aNuppehAe vaDDhamANIe, ThAmi kAussaggaM. 3. 19. Arihanta-Cheiyanam Sutra: Arihanta-cheiyanam, karemi kaussaggam... Vandana-vattiae, puana-vattiae, sakkara-vattiae, Sammana-vattiae, bohi-labha-vattiae, Niruvasagga-vattiae...... Saddhae, mehae, dhiie, dharanae, anuppehae vaddhamanie, thami kaussaggam.. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. 1. .2. 3. 19. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Arihant Bhagawan, I wish to undertake Kayotsarga to offer obeisance to you to bow to you, to worship you, to express my 63 Page #64 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 19. 316-341T HE - ARIHANTA-CHEIYANAM SUTRA reverence to you, to respect you, to attain the true wisdom and to attain salvation. | undertake this Kayotsarga with ever increasing levels of conviction, intellect, patience, determination and contemplation. 19. General Meaning: We perform Introspection and Kayotsarga. It helps us to avoid future sins. "Only that man can take a right decision, whose soul is not tormented by the afflictions of attachment and aversion" - sibhasiyam (44/1) 64 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #65 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 20. kallANa-kaMdaM stuti - KALLANA-KANDAM STUTI 20. kallANa-kaMdaM stuti - Kallana- Kandam Stuti 20. Introduction There is a glorification of Shri Rusabhadeva, Shantinatha, Neminatha, Parshvanatha and Mahavira swami in the first stanza, of all the jineshvaras in the second stanza, of the jina agama in the third stanza, and of the shruta devata (goddess of scriptures) in the fourth stanza of this eulogy. 20. kallANa-kaMdaM stuti kallANa-kaMdaM paDhamaM jiNiMda, saMtiM tao nemi-jiNaM muNiMda. pAsaM payAsaM suguNikka- ThANaM, bhattIi vaMde siri-vaddhamANaM.. apAra-saMsAra-samudda-pAraM, pattA sivaM diMtu suikka - sAraM. savve jiNiMdA sura-viMda-vaMdA, kallANa-vallINa visAla-kaMdA. nivvANa-magge vara-jANa- kappaM, paNAsiyA - sesa- kuvAi-dappaM. mayaM jiNANaM saraNaM buhANaM, namAmi niccaM tijaga-ppahANaM................ kuMdiMdu-gokkhIra - tusAra- vannA, saroja - hatthA kamale nisannA. vAesirI putthaya-vagga- hatthA, suhAya sA amha sayA pasatthA.. 20. Kallana-Kandam Stuti Kallana-kandam padhamam jinindam, Santim tao nemi-jinam munindam. Pasam payasam sugunikka-thanam, Bhattii vande siri-vaddhamanam. Apara-sansara-samudda-param, Patta sivam dintu suikka-saram. Savve jininda sura-vinda-vanda, Kallana-vallina visala-kanda. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. ..2. 4. 1. .2. 65 Page #66 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 20. kallANa-kaMdaM stuti - KALLANA - KANDAM STUTI Nivvana-magge vara-jana-kappam, Panasiya-sesa-kuvai-dappam. Mayam jinanam saranam buhanam, Namami nichcham tijaga-ppahanam. Kundindu-gokkhira-tusara-vanna, Saroja-hattha kamale nisanna. Vaesiri putthaya-vagga-hattha, Suhaya sa amha saya pasattha. .3. 20. Sutra Meaning: I am bowing down with true devotion to the first Tirthankar Shree Rushabha Dev, who is the cause of prosperity, to Shree Shanti Nath Bhagawan, to Shree Nemi Nath Bhagawan, who is like a supreme monk, to Shree Parshva Nath Bhagawan, who enlightens the universe and who is the abode of supreme virtues and to Bhagawan Shree Mahavir Swami..... 1. 4. Oh! Tirthankar Bhagawan, you have successfully crossed the ocean of worldly life. I also desire Moksha, which is the real essence of your teachings. Oh! Jineshvar Bhagawan, all the heavenly deities also offer obeisance to you. You are the root cause of ultimate and everlasting bliss.. ..2. 66 You are the best vehicle through which one can attain Moksha. You have exposed and then destroyed wrong viewpoints, through your preaching. Oh! Jineshvar Bhagawan, I am bowing down to your preaching, which are the refuge even for scholars and which are the best in all three realms..... .3. Oh! Saraswati Devi, holding a lotus in one hand and books in the other; and seated on a lotus flower, please bless me. You are as beautiful as jasmine flower, and a full moon. Your complexion is as white as cow's milk and fresh snow. Please bestow upon me ultimate happiness....... 4. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #67 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 21. saMsAra-dAvA-nala stuti - SANSARA-DAVA-NALA STUTI 21. saMsAra-dAvA- nala stuti - Sansara - Dava-Nala Stuti 21. Introduction In this sutra, we pray to the eternally beneficial Lord Mahavira, all Tirthankars, Scriptures, and Saraswati Devi. The first two verses are respectful salutation (vandana) to Mahavira swami and all the Tirthankars; the third verse to the Scriptures, and the fourth verse to Goddess of Learning, Saraswati Devi. Acharya Shri Haribhadra Suriji composed this stuti. He passed away at the moment when he had just finished the first line of 4th verse. His congregation composed the last three lines; therefore all participants recite together the last three lines loudly during pratikramana. 21. saMsAra - dAvA- nala stuti saMsAra- dAvA- nala-dAha- nIraM, saMmoha- dhUlI- haraNe samIraM. mAyA-rasA-dAraNa-sAra-sIraM, namAmi vIraM giri-sAra- dhIraM. bhAvA-vanAma-sura-dAnava - mAnavena, cUlA-vilola-kamalA-vali-mAlitAni. saMpUritA- bhinata-loka-samIhitAni, kAmaM namAmi jinarAja - padAni tAni .. bodhAgAdhaM supada-padavI-nIra-pUrAbhirAmaM, jIvA-hiMsA-virala-laharI - saMgamA-gAha-dehaM. cUlA-velaM guru-gama-maNI-saMkulaM dUra-pAraM, PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. .2. 67 Page #68 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 21. saMsAra-dAvA-nala stuti - SANSARA-DAVA-NALA STUTI sAraM-vIrA-gama-jala-nidhiM sAdaraM sAdhu seve.. AmUlA-lola-dhUlI-bahula-pari-malA-lIDha-lolAli-mAlA-, jhaMkArA-rAva-sArA-mala-dala - kamalA- gAra - bhUmI - nivAse!. chAyA-saMbhAra-sAre! vara-kamala-kare ! tAra- hArAbhirAme!, vANI-saMdoha-dehe! bhava- viraha - varaM dehi me devi ! sAram. 21. Sansara-Dava-Nala Stuti Sansara-dava-nala-daha-niram, Sammoha-dhuli-harane samiram. Maya-rasa-darana-sara-siram, Namami viram giri-sara-dhiram. Bhava-vanama-sura-danava-manavena, Chula-vilola-kamala-vali-malitani. Sampurita-bhinata-loka-samihitani, Kamam namami jinaraja-padani tani. Bodhagadham supada-padavi-nira-purabhiramam, Amula-lola-dhuli-bahula-pari-mala-lidha-lolali-mala-, Jhankara-rava-sara-mala-dala-kamala-gara-bhumi-nivase!. 68 3. 4. Jiva-hinsa-virala-lahari-sangama-gaha-deham. Chula-velam guru-gama-mani-sankulam dura-param, Saram-vira-gama-jala-nidhim sadaram sadhu seve.............. 3. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. .2. Chhaya-sambhara-sare! Vara-kamala-kare! Tara-harabhirame!, Vani-sandoha-dehe! Bhava-viraha-varam dehi me devi! Saram. 4. Page #69 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 21. saMsAra- dAvA- nala stuti - SANSARA DAVA-NALA STUTI 21. Sutra Meaning: I bow to you, revered Mahavira swami. You alleviate the miseries of worldly existence the way water extinguishes a forest fire. You remove ignorance the way wind blows off dust. You get rid of delusions the way a sharp plough tears through the ground of deceit.. 1 I bow faithfully at the feet of all Tirthankars, who fulfill the wishes of all devotees including the kings of heavenly gods such as Surendras, Devendras and Narendras, whose crowns are decorated with garlands made of lotus flowers... .2 I adore with respect the spiritual contents of the scriptures of Mahavira swami, which are like an ocean of boundless knowledge and wisdom, whose beautiful verses are like a fascinating pool of water, its waves full of subtle concepts of non-violence and its tides intertwined with lessons of doctrines and jewels of wisdom, which are difficult to fully understand. .3 O Goddess Saraswati! With your extremely beautiful complexion, holding a lotus flower in one hand, sparkling necklaces adoring your neck, seated on a bed of lotus flower of such sweet fragrance that flocks of bees fly around it; bestow upon me the boon of shruta gyan (knowledge of scriptures) in the form of salvation. zrI jinavANI PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 4. 69 Page #70 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 22. pukkhara vara- dIvaDDhe sUtra - PUKKHARA-VARA-DIVADDHE SUTRA 22. pukkhara vara- dIvaDDhe sUtra - Pukkhara - Vara-Divaddhe Sutra 22. Introduction This is a hymn in praise of Jain doctrine, which drives away the darkness of ignorance (that which closes our mind to right knowledge). The first verse is devoted to the infinite number of Jinas who take birth in 15 continents of the Universe; the rest is in praise of the scriptures. Lord Tirthankaras give discourses after they realize absolute knowledge. The chief disciples, after listening to these discourses, compose the scriptures, which are called Agamas. Each word of a Tirthankara is meaningful and auspicious. They show the path of purification for a soul to attain moksha. 22. pukkhara vara- dIvaDDhe sUtra pukkhara-vara-dIvaDDhe, dhAyai-saMDe a jaMbu-dIve a. bharaheravaya-videhe, dhammAi-gare nama'sAmi. tama-timira-paDala-viddhaM-saNassa sura-gaNa- nariMda- mahiassa. sImA-dharassa vaMde, papphoDia-moha jAlassa.. jAI-jarA-maraNa-soga- -paNAsaNassa, kallANa-pukkhala-visAla-suhA-vahassa. ko deva-dAnava - nariMda-gaNa-cciassa, dhammassa sAra-muvalabbha kare pamAyaM?. siddhe bho! payao namo jiNa-mae naMdI sayA saMjame, devaM-nAga-suvanna-kinnara-gaNa-ssabbhUa-bhAvaccie. 70 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .1. .2. 3. Page #71 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 22. pukkhara vara- dIvaDDhe sUtra - PUKKHARA-VARA - DIVADDHE SUTRA logo jattha paiTThio jagamiNaM telukka maccAsuraM, dhammo vaDDhau sAsao vijayao dhammuttaraM vaDDhau. 22. Pukkhara-Vara-Divaddhe Sutra Pukkhara-vara-divaddhe, dhayai-sande a jambu-dive a. Bharaheravaya-videhe, dhammai-gare namamsami.. Tama-timira-padala-viddham-sanassa sura-gana-narinda mahiassa. Sima-dharassa vande, papphodia-moha jalassa... Jai-jara-marana-soga-panasanassa, Kallana-pukkhala-visala-suha-vahassa. Ko deva-danava-narinda-gana-chchiassa, Dhammassa sara-muvalabbha kare pamayam?. Siddhe bho! Payao namo jina-mae nandi saya sanjame, Devam-naga-suvanna-kinnara-gana-ssabbhua-bhavachchie. .4. 1. .2. Logo jattha paitthio jagaminam telukka-machchasuram, Dhammo vaddhau sasao vijayao dhammuttaram vaddhau. ....4. Note: PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 3. Continue the following Sutra for Kausagga during Pratikraman Suassa bhagavao karemi kaussaggam, vandana-vattiyae 22. Sutra Meaning: I bow down to those peaceful liberators who have established the sacred doctrine in the five Bharata, five Airavata, and five Mahavideha continents (Kshetras) located in two and half islands made up by Jambudvipa, Dhatakikhanda and half of Pushkaradvipa.. 1 I worship the sacred doctrine, which is the destroyer of the darkness of ignorance, which is adored by celestial beings and 71 Page #72 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 22. yee3-a3-asd HET - PUKKHARA-VARA-DIVADDHE SUTRA kings, which contains the rules of conduct, and which destroys the web of delusion. .............2 The sacred doctrine which ends the sorrows of birth, old age, and death and that which brings everlasting bliss, which is worshiped by gods, demons and kings. How can, one who understands its essence, ever become careless in following it? ........... ............3 Oh wise men! Pay respectful salutations to the scriptures (shruta dharma) of the Tirthankaras, which are proven to be the most superior doctrine, and the most beneficial in the path of right conduct, and are faithfully worshiped by empyrean gods (vaimanik deva), mansion dwelling gods (bhavanapati deva), luminous gods (jyotishka deva) and forest gods (vyantara deva). Let this sacred doctrine, which includes a detailed description of all the six substances, all the three worlds and the living beings in each, be triumphant. May it be victorious and may it promote the dignity of the other tenets like minor and major vows.... .......... 4. Note - for Kausagga during Pratikraman Oh god of sruta! To worship the scripture, I will perform meditation posture. (kayotsarga) Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can. - John Wesley Mindfulness is waking up and living in harmony with oneself and with the world and appreciating the fullness of each moment of life. Lord Buddha Religion does not guarantee that there shall be no sorrow or suffering. But it does guarantee that there shall be strength to face them calmly. Unknown 72 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #73 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 23. siddhANaM buddhANaM sUtra - SIDDHANAM BUDDHANAM SUTRA 23. siddhANa baddhANa sUtra - Siddhanam Buddhanam Sutra 23. Introduction The description of respect paid to all the Siddhas and twenty four Jinas. In the fifth verse the numbers four, eight, ten and two, thus the total number twenty-four; represent images of Tirthankaras placed by Universal Monarch Bharata, in four directions of Mount Ashtapad. 23. siddhANaM buddhANaM sUtra siddhANaM buddhANaM, pAra-gayANaM paraMpara-gayANaM. loagga-muvagayANaM, namo sayA savva-siddhANaM. ......................1. jo devANa vi devo, jaM devA paMjalI namasaMti. taM deva-deva-mahiaM, sirasA vaMde mahAvIraM. .... ikko vi namakkAro, jiNavara-vasahassa vaddhamANassa. saMsAra-sAgarAo, tArei naraM va nAriM vA.. ujjiMta-sela-sihare, dikkhA nANaM nisIhiA jassa. taM dhamma-cakkavadi, ariha-nemi namasAmi. ....... cattAri aTTha dasa do ya, vaMdiyA jiNavarA cauvvIsaM. paramaTTha-nihi-aTThA, siddhA siddhiM mama disaMtu.... ................5. 23. Siddhanam Buddhanam Sutra Siddhanam buddhanam, para-gayanam parampara-gayanam. Loagga-muvagayanam, namo saya savva-siddhanam........... 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 73 Page #74 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 23. siddhANaM buddhANaM sUtra - SIDDHANAM BUDDHANAM SUTRA Jo devana vi devo, jam deva panjali namamsanti. Tam deva-deva-mahiam, sirasa vande mahaviram. Ikko vi namukkaro, jinavara-vasahassa vaddhamanassa. Sansara-sagarao, tarei naram va narim va.. .....................3. Ujjinta-sela-sihare, dikkha nanam nisihia jassa. Tam dhamma-chakkavattim, arittha-nemim namamsami........ Chattari attha dasa do ya, vandiya jinavara shauvvisam. Paramattha-nitthi-attha, siddha siddhim mama disantu. ..........5. 23. Sutra Meaning: I pay homage to all the Siddhas, the enlightened ones who have crossed the ocean of worldly existence, who have attained salvation by following the fourteen stages (Gunasthan) of spiritual development in an orderly fashion and who have reached the summit of the Universe. ..... ......... 1 I pay my respect by bowing down my head to Lord Mahavira, who is the god of gods, to whom gods bow down with folded hands and who is worshipped by Indras en salutation done perfectly to Vardhaman Mahavira, will carry a man or a woman across the ocean of worldly existence. ......3 I worship Arishtanemi, the all-knowing monarch, who received the initiation, perfect knowledge (kevala-inana) and liberation (moksha) on the summit of mount Girnara May twenty-four (four, eight, ten and two) respected Tirthankars, who have been liberated and have attained the Siddha state, grant me the boon of salvation...... .........5 oben 74 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #75 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 24. dyley-IIT HE - VEYAVACHCHA-GARANAM SUTRA 24. dgley-ORTOT HET - Veyavachcha-Garanam Sutra 24. Introduction This sutra is for the peace of society and commemoration of patron gods who look after the Jain religion and society at large. 24. del-RIUT HET veyAvacca-garANaM, saMti-garANaM, sammaddiTThi-samAhi-garANaM karemi kAussaggaM. 24. Veyavachcha-Garanam Sutra Veyavachcha-garanam, santi-garanam, Sammadditthi-samahi-garanam karemi kaussaggam............. 1. 24. Sutra Meaning: I stand in meditation posture (kayotsarga) for those patron Gods, who render selfless service and bring tranquility to Jain religious order (Jain Shashana) and bring calmness to people of right faith ............ 1. Shatrunjaya Temple at Palitana PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 75 Page #76 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 25. bhagavAnhaM vandana sUtra - BHAGAVANHAM VANDANA SUTRA 25. 90[glo dogoT HE - Bhagavanham Vandana Sutra 25. Introduction In this verse, salutation is offered to the pancha parameshthi, that is; Arihantas, Siddhas, Acharyas, Upadhyayas and Sadhus & Sadhvis by uttering each phrase of the sutra along with Khamasamana sutra. 25. Halos hifc dogo HET bhagavAnhaM, AcAryahaM, upAdhyAyahaM, sarva-sAdhuhaM.. .....................1. 25. Bhagavanham adi Vandana Sutra Bhagavanham, acharyaham, upadhyayaham, sarva-sadhuham... 25. Sutra Meaning: I pray and bow to perfectly embodied and liberated souls, leaders of congregations, holy preceptors (supreme teachers) and all the monks. ......... 1. ----- Samavashaharan Temple at the foot-hill of Shantrunjaya (c) 76 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #77 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 26. devasia paDikkamaNe ThAuM ? sUtra DEVASIA PADIKKAMANE THAU? SUTRA - 26. devasia paDikkamaNe ThAuM ? sUtra - Devasia Padikkamane Thau? Sutra 26. Introduction To request permission to perform Pratikraman, in front of preceptor if present, and from Tirthankaras. It is a basic procedure before starting Pratikraman to ask for permission in respect to atonement or apology and to selfintrospect. 26. devasia paDikkamaNe ThAuM ? sUtra icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan! devasia paDikkamaNe ThAuM ? icchaM, savvassa vi devasia, ducciMtia, dubbhAsia, ducciTThia, micchA mi dukkaDaM... 26. Devasia Padikkamane Thau? Sutra Ichchha-karena sandisaha bhagavan! Devasia padikkamane thau? Ichchham, Savvassa vi devasia, duchchintia, Dubbhasia, duchchitthia, michchha mi dukkadam................................ 26. Sutra Meaning: O Lord! With your permission, can I admit to all harmful activities committed during the day? 1. (When the preceptor grants the permission and accepting the permission we continue), PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. For all the sinful thoughts, words and activities I may have committed during the day, may those harmful deeds be forgiven and become fruitless..... 1. 77 Page #78 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 27. icchAmi ThAmi sUtra - ICCHAMI THAMI SUTRA 27. icchAmi ThAmi sUtra - Icchami Thami Sutra 27. Introduction Asking for forgiveness for any violations committed against the 12 vows of a householder. This is the desire to confess the violations committed, knowingly or unknowingly, against the 12 fold vows of a layman, by recitation of a short prayer of confession. The twelve vows of a layperson are: 1. Five minor vows (Anu Vratas): These are partial non-violence, truthfulness, non-stealing, chastity and non-attachment. 2. Three spiritual vows of merit (Guna Vratas): These are vow of limiting area of activity (dig pariman vrata), vow of simplicity (bhogopabhoga pariman) and vow of avoidance of purposeless sin (anarthadanda viraman). And 3. Four spiritual vows of discipline (Shiksha Vratas): These include the practice of equanimity (samayika), the vow of additional confinement of every day activity (desavakashika Vrata), the vow of living an ascetic life for a limited duration (posadhopavasa) and the vow of charity (dana Vrata). 27. icchAmi ThAmi sUtra icchAmi ThAmi kAussaggaM, jo me devasio aiyAro kao, kAio, vAio, mANasio, ussutto, ummaggo, akappo, akaraNijjo, dujjhAo, duvviciMtio, aNAyAro, aNicchiavvo, asAvaga-pAuggo, nANe, daMsaNe, carittA-caritte, sue, sAmAie, 78 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #79 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 27. icchAmi ThAmi sUtra - ICCHAMI THAMI SUTRA tiNhaM guttINaM, cauNhaM kasAyANaM, paMcaNha maNuvvayANaM, tiNhaM guNa-vvayANaM, cauNhaM sikkhA-vayANaM, bArasa - vihassa sAvaga - dhammassa, jaM khaMDiaM jaM virAhiaM, tassa micchA mi dukkaDaM.. 27. Icchami Thami Sutra .1. Ichchhami thami kaussaggam, Jo me devasio aiyaro kao, kaio, Vaio, manasio, ussutto, ummaggo, Akappo, akaranijjo, dujjhao, duvvichintio, Anayaro, anichchhiavvo, asavaga-pauggo, Nane, dansane, charitta-charitte, sue, samaie, Tinham guttinam, chaunham kasayanam, Panchanha-manuvvayanam, tinham guna-vvayanam, Chaunham sikkha-vayanam, Barasa-vihassa savaga-dhammassa, Jam khandiam jam virahiam, Tassa michchha mi dukkadam.. 1. 27. Sutra Meaning: I wish to stand in a meditation posture for whatever faults I may have committed during the day through my deeds, words, and thoughts. For speaking against the scriptures, following a wrong path, performing unworthy and improper deeds, performing ill meditated, ill conceived, immoral, undesirable and unbecoming acts for a layman. In regard to knowledge, belief and conduct of a layman's life, the scriptures, the equanimity (samayika), and whatever wrong doing I may have committed in respect to the three-fold restraint vows (guptis), four passions (kashayas), and the five minor vows (anuvratas). In regard to three spiritual merit vows (guna-vratas), four spiritual disciplinary vows (shiksha-vratas), the layman's twelvefold rule of conduct that I may have broken or opposed, may those bad deeds of mine be forgiven and become fruitless. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 79 Page #80 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra PANCHACHARA KE ATICHARA 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra - Panchachara Ke Atichara 28. Introduction To pray and ask forgiveness for any wrongdoing of the five ethical codes of conduct. This sutra is also known as panchachara ni ath gatha (The eight verses of five ethical codes of conduct). Any wrongdoing of the five ethical codes of conduct as well as of the twelve vows for laypeople are called the violations (atichara). Any activities that enhance the five attributes (faith, knowledge, conduct, austerity and the spiritual energy) are called ethical codes of conduct (achara). 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra nANammi daMsaNammi a, caraNammi tavammi taha ya vIriyammi. AyaraNaM AyAro, ia eso paMcahA bhaNio. .1. kAle viNae bahumANe, uvahANe taha aniNhavaNe. vaMjaNa-attha-tadubhae, aTThaviho nANamAyAro. nissaMkia nikkaMkhia, nivvitigicchA amUDha - diTThI a. uvavUha-thirIkaraNe, vacchalla- pabhAvaNe aTTha.. paNihANa-joga-jutto, paMcahiM samiIhiM tIhiM guttIhiM. esa carittAyAro, aTThaviho hoi nAyavvo. bArasa-vihammi vi tave, sabbhiMtara - bAhire kusala - diTThe. agilAi aNAjIvI, nAyavvo so tavAyAro.. aNasaNa-mUNoariyA, vitti-saMkhevaNaM rasaccAo. kAya-kileso saMlINayA ya bajjho tavo hoi. 80 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .2. .3. .4. .5. .6. Page #81 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra - PANCHACHARA KE ATICHARA pAyacchittaM viNao, veyAvaccaM taheva sajjhAo. jhANaM ussaggo vi a, abhiMtarao tavo hoi..... aNimUhia-bala-vIrio, parakkamai jo jahuttamAutto. juMjai a jahAthAmaM, nAyavvo vIriyAyAro... 8. 28. Panchachara Ke Atichara Nanammi dansanammi a, Charanammi tavammi taha ya viriyammi. Ayaranam ayaro, ia eso panchaha bhanio........... Kale vinae bahumane, uvahane taha aninhavane. Vanjana-attha-tadubhae, atthaviho nanamayaro. .............. Nissankia nikkankhia, nivvitigichchha amudha-ditthi a. Uvavuha-thirikarane, vachchhalla-pabhavane attha. ..............3. Panihana-joga-jutto, panchahim samiihim tihim guttihim. Esa charittayaro, atthaviho hoi nayawo. Barasa-vihammi vi tave, sabbhintara-bahire kusala-ditthe. Agilai anajivi, nayavvo so tavayaro......................................... 5. Anasana-munoariya, vitti-sankhevanam rasachchao. Kaya-kileso sanlinaya y bajjho tavo hoi. Payachchhittam vinao, veyavachcham taheva sajjhao. Jhanam ussaggo vi a, abbhintarao tavo hoi.... ............. Aniguhia-bala-virio, parakkamai jo jahuttamautto. Junjai a jahathamam, nayavvo viriyayaro. ................. 28. Sutra Meaning: There are five ethical codes of conduct: right knowledge, right faith, right conduct, right penance and spiritual strength. ........ 1 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #82 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra - PANCHACHARAKE ATICHARA The eight fold practices of right knowledge are as follows: ......2 Jnanachara To study scripture at the proper time Vinayachara To respect the scholar and scripture Bahumanachara To respect the wise, the preceptors and the scriptures Upadhanachara To study the scriptures Aninhavanachara To not speak ill of the preceptor or scripture To pronounce the verses of the scripture Vyanjanachara correctly Arthachara To interpret the verses accurately Ubhayachar To reflect on both verses and meaning The eight fold practices of right faith are as follows..................3 Nishankit Not to have any doubt in the words of Jina Not to have a faith in a religion based on fear Nikankshit and greed Nirvitigichha Not to dislike monks and nuns for their unclean and untidy appearance Not to get impressed by miracles, spells and charms of an unfaithful Amudhdrasti Upabrumhan To genuinely praise and support a person with right faith Sthirikaran To bring stability in religious practices to the people whose faith is shaken Vatsalya To look after the welfare of fellow human beings To glorify the religion which promotes Ahimsa, Prabhavna Anekantvad, and non-possessiveness The eight fold practices of right conduct are as follows: ...........4 To diligently practice the fivefold carefulness (samitis) and the three fold restraints (guptis) of mind, speech and body, are eight fold practices of right conduct. 82 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #83 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 28. paMcAcAra ke aticAra - PANCHACHARA KE ATICHARA The six external and six internal austerities are prescribed by Tirthankar. They should be practiced without remorse and without any expectation of reward.......... ...........5 The six types of external austerities are: ....... ...........6 Anasan To practice fourfold dietetic restrictions which are total or partial fast Unodary To eat less than required amount Vrutisamkshept To restrict the number of items to eat Rastyag Complete or partial abstention of tasty foods; Kayaklesh To tolerate physical pain voluntarily and Samlinta To be modest and to follow restraints with respect to material (Dravya), space (Kshetra), time (Kaal) & feelings (Bhaav). The six internal austerities are:.... Prayaschitta Repentance Vinay Humility Vaiyavachcha Selfless service to monks, nuns and needy Swadhaya Study of scriptures Dhyana Meditation Kayotsarga. Staying absorbed in the soul To use mental, verbal and bodily strength according to one's ability to observe the code of conduct relating to gyan, darshan, charitra and tapa .... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #84 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 29. suguru vandanA sUtra- SUGURU VANDANA SUTRA 29. sagaru vandanA sUtra- Suguru Vandana Sutra 29. Introduction Vandana means paying respect to all ascetics such as Acharyas, Upadhyayas, and other Sadhus and Sadhvis. We perform Obeisance to Ascetics by reciting Suguru Vandana sutra. Also, we atone for whatever faults might have been indulged by us knowingly or unknowingly and at the same time, we resolve (atone) that we will keep away from all such sins in future. The complete obeisance to ascetics is done during Pratikraman by reciting Suguru Vandana sutra. 29. suguru vandanA sUtra icchAmi khamA-samaNo ! vaMdiuM jAvaNijjAe, nisIhiAe, aNujANaha me miuggahaM, nisIhi, aho-kAyaM kAya-saMphAsaM-khamaNijjo bhe ! kilAmo ? appa-kilaMtANaM bahu-subheNa bhe ! divaso vaikkaMto ? jattA bhe ? javaNijjaM ca bhe ? khAmemi khamA-samaNo ! devasiaM vaikkama, AvassiAe paDikkamAmi, khamAsamaNANaM, devasiAe AsAyaNAe tittIsanna yarAe jaM kiMci micchAe, maNa-dukkaDAe, vaya-dukkaDAe, kAya-dukkaDAe, kohAe, mANAe, mAyAe, lobhAe, savva-kAliAe, savva-miccho-vayArAe, savva-dhammA-ikkamaNAe AsAyaNAe jo me aiyAro kao, tassa khamA-samaNo ! paDikkamAmi, niMdAmi, garihAmi, appANaM vosirAmi. 84 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #85 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 29. suguru vandanA sUtra- SUGURU VANDANA SUTRA 29. Suguru Vandana Sutra Ichchhami khama-samano! Vandium javanijjae, nisihiae, Anujanaha me miuggaham, nisihi, Aho-kayam kaya-samphasam-khamanijjo bhe! Kilamo? Appa-kilantanam bahu-subhena bhe! Divaso vaikkanto? Jatta bhe? Javanijjam cha bhe? Khamemi khama-samano! Devasiam vaikkamam, avassiae padikkamami, Khamasamananam, devasiae asayanae tittisanna yarae Jam kinchi michchhae, mana-dukkadae, vaya-dukkadae, Kaya-dukkadae, kohae, manae, mayae, lobhae, Savva-kaliae, savva-michchho-vayorae, Savva-dhamma-ikkamanae asayanae Jo me aiyaro kao, tassa khama-samano ! Padikkamami, nindami, garihami, appanam vosirami.......... 29. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Forgiving Gurudev, I want to bow to you, by keeping away all faults and by surrendering myself to you. By bowing my head, I ask your forgiveness for the faults that I may have committed while undertaking any religious activities. While discarding all non-virtuous activities, touch your feet. Please pardon me, if that has discomforted you in any way. I want to bow to you while inquiring about your well-being and atoning for any disrespect. Has your day passed peacefully and without much distress or discomfort? Oh! Gurudev, I beg your pardon for any violations of vows committed by me and I will refrain from any unworthy acts like anger, pride, deception, greed, hate, and dislike that violate the right practices of the religion. I will atone for whatever faults | might have indulged in at any time. In your presence, I atone for the same, and I (my soul) will keep away from all such sins in the future. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 85 Page #86 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 30. devasiaM AlouM? sUtra - DEVASIAM ALOU? SUTRA 30. devasiaM AlouM? sUtra - Devasiam alou? Sutra 30. Introduction Asking for forgiveness for any wrong doings committed during the day (or night). In this sutra one asks for forgiveness for minor violations (transgression) from the code of conduct and twelve vows of lay people (Shravaks and Shravikas) 30. devasiaM AlouM? sUtra icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan! devasiaM AlouM? icchaM, Aloemi. jo me devasio aiyAro kao, kAio, vAio, mANasio, ussutto, ummaggo, akappo, akaraNijjo, dajjhAo, vviciMtio, aNAyAro, aNicchiavvo, asAvaga-pAuggo, nANe, daMsaNe, carittA-caritte, sue, sAmAie, tiNhaM guttINaM, cauNhaM kasAyANaM, paMcaNha-maNuvvayANaM, tiNhaM guNa-vvayANaM, cauNhaM sikkhA-vayANaM, bArasa-vihassa sAvaga-dhammassa, jaM khaMDiaM jaM virAhiaM, ............. tassa micchA mi dukkaDaM. 30. Devasiam alou? Sutra Ichchha-karena sandisaha bhagavan! Devasiam alou? Ichchham, aloemi. Jo me devasio aiyaro kao, Kaio, vaio, manasio, ussutto, ummaggo, Akappo, akaranijjo, dujjhao, duvvichintio, Anayaro, anichchhiavvo, asavaga-pauggo, Nane, dansane, charitta-charitte, sue, samaie, 86 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #87 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 30. GOR3i 3GIS? HET - DEVASIAM ALOU? SUTRA Tinham guttinam, chaunham kasayanam, Panchanha-manuvvayanam, tinham guna-vvayanam, Chaunham sikkha-vayanam, Barasa-vihassa savaga-dhammassa, Jam khandiam jam virahiam, Tassa michchha mi dukkadam. 30. Sutra Meaning: O Bhagawan! | request your permission to reflect on any wrong doings committed by me during the day by deeds, by words, by thoughts. I may have spoken against the sutras, acted in the wrong way such as acted against the prescribed code of conduct. I may have involved in undesirable activities, such as ill-thinking, improper behavior. I may have acted against the code of conduct fit for a shravaka, regarding jnana, darsana, charitra, shruta jnana, samayika, the three guptis, the four kasayas and the five minor vows, in three merit vows, by four disciplinary vows (twelve types of layman code of conduct). May those misdeeds of mine become fruitless..... --------- Ranakpur Temple PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #88 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 31. sAta lAkha SATA LAKHA SUTRA - REPENTANCE OF SINS TO ALL LIVING BEINGS - 31. sAta lAkha - Sata Lakha Sutra - Repentance of Sins to all Living Beings 31. Introduction Jain literature indicates that in the universe, there exist 8.4 million (84 lakhs) different forms of life based on their birth location. The classifications are defined in Sata Lakha Sutra. We request forgiveness from all such living beings for our sinful activities towards them and we forgive them for their sinful activities towards us. This way we repent for our Sins to all Living Beings 31. sAta lAkha sAta lAkha pRthvIkAya, sAta lAkha apkAya, sAta lAkha teukAya, sAta lAkha vAukAya, dasa lAkha pratyeka vanaspati - kAya, caudaha lAkha sAdhAraNa vanaspati-kAya, do lAkha vIMdriya, do lAkha trIMdriya, do lAkha cauriMdriya, cAra lAkha devatA, cAra lAkha nArakI, cAra lAkha tiryaMca paMceMdriya, caudaha lAkha manuSya isa taraha caurAsI lAkha jIva-yoni meM se mere jIva ne jo koI jIva-hiMsA kI ho, karAyI ho, karate hue kA anumodana kiyA ho, una saba kA mana-vacana-kAyA se micchA mi dukkaDa...............1.. 31. Sata Lakha Sata lakha prthvikaya, sata lakha apkaya, Sata lakha teukaya, sata lakha vaukaya, Dasa lakha pratyeka vanaspati-kaya, 88 Chaudaha lakha sadharana vanaspati-kaya, Do lakha dvindriya, do lakha trindriya, do lakha chaurindriya, Chara lakha devata, chara lakha naraki, Chara lakha tiryancha panchendriya, PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #89 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 31. HIG dla - SATA LAKHA SUTRA REPENTANCE OF SINS TO ALL LIVING BEINGS Chaudaha lakha manusya-- Isa taraha chaurasi lakha jiva-yoni me se Mere jiva ne jo koi jiva-himsa ki ho, Karayi ho, karate hue ka anumodana kiya ho, Una saba ka mana-vachana-kaya se Michchha mi dukkadam. ..... 31. Sutra Meaning: Jain literature indicates that in the universe, there exist 8.4 million (84 lakhs) different forms of life based on their birth location. They are classified as follows: Seven lakhs (700,000) forms of living beings with earth as its body Seven lakhs (700,000) forms of living beings with water as its body Seven lakhs (700,000) forms of living beings with fire as its body Seven lakhs (700,000) forms of living beings with air as its body Ten lakhs (1,000,000) forms of above-ground vegetation with one soul in every independent living body, Fourteen lakhs (1,400,000) forms of below-ground vegetation with multiple souls in every independent living body Two lakhs (200,000) forms of living beings with two sense organs Two lakhs (200,000) forms of living beings with three sense organs Two lakhs (200,000) forms of living beings with four sense organs Four lakhs (400,000) forms of heavenly beings Four lakhs (400,000) forms of living beings of hell Four lakhs (400,000) forms of animals with five sense organs Fourteen lakhs (1,400,000) forms of human beings Out of eighty four lakhs (8.4 million) forms of living beings, if I may have hurt any living beings, have caused others to hurt them, PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 89 Page #90 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 31. sAta lAkha SATA LAKHA SUTRA - REPENTANCE OF SINS TO ALL LIVING BEINGS - encouraged others to hurt them, or praised those who hurt them, either by thoughts, words, and/or actions, I ask forgiveness for all such sinful activities. I forgive all living beings, may all living beings forgive me, I am friendly to all, I have enmity for none. In this verse, how are total of only 8.4 million of wombs (yonis) are counted? 31. General Meaning: In this universe, infinite numbers of birth places exist for any worldly soul for its rebirth.. However the groups of birth places with similar color, odor, taste, touch and shape are considered as one type. Thus the number of birth places is counted as 8.4 million. How is the number of species determined in each type of living being? In each kind of living beings the types of species are halved in hundred. Each specie will have 5 types of colors (black, green, red, yellow and white) Two types of odors (pleasant and foul smelling) Five types of tastes (hot, bitter, rusty, sour and sweet) Eight types of touches (cold, warm, soft, hard, large/heavy, small/light, smooth and rough) and 5 types of shapes (triangle, square, rectangle, round and oval). By multiplying all the factors the final number of species is determined. For example, earth bodies are 700,000. Halved in hundred this number is 350. Multiplying this number with all the other factors: 350x5x2x5x8x5=700,000. 90 The exact source of how the numbers 700, 500, 350, 200, and 100 are derived is not clear. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #91 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 32. aThAraha pApasthAna - EIGHTEEN PAPSTHANAK SUTRA 32. aThAraha pApasthAna - Eighteen Papsthanak Sutra 32. Introduction We acquire bad (Papa) karma by doing various sinful activities. This sutra indicates that all our sinful activities can be classified into 18 different categorizes, and we ask for forgiveness of such sinful activities. If I have indulged or have promoted or encouraged any such sinful act by others or praised the person who has committed any one of these eighteen categories of sin, either mentally, verbally or physically, may those sinful deeds be forgiven and become fruitless. 32. aThAraha pApasthAna pahalA prANAtipAta, dUsarA mRSAvAda, tIsarA adattA-dAna, cauthA maithuna, pAMcavAM parigraha, chaThA krodha, sAtavAM mAna, AThavAM mAyA, nauvAM lobha, dasavAM rAga, gyArahavAM dveSa, bArahavAM kalaha, terahavAM abhyAkhyAna, caudahavAM paizunya, pandrahavAM rati-arati, solahavAM para-parivAda, satrahavAM mAyA-mRSA-vAda, aThArahavAM mithyAtva-zalya- ina aThAraha pApa-sthAnoMmeM se mere jIva ne jisa kisI pApa kA sevana kiyA ho, karAyA ho, karate hue kA anumodana kiyA ho, una saba kA mana-vacana-kAyA se micchA mi dukkaDaM.. 32. Atharaha Papasthana Pahala pranatipata, dusara mrusavada, tisara adatta-dana, chautha maithuna, panchava parigraha, chhatha krodha, PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 91 1. Page #92 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 32. aThAraha pApasthAna - EIGHTEEN PAPSTHANAK SUTRA Satavam mana, athavam maya, nauvam lobha, Dasavam raga, gyarahavam dvesa, barahavam kalaha, Terahavam abhyakhyana, chaudahavam paisunya, Pandrahavam rati-arati, solahavam par-parivada, Satrahavam maya-mrusa-vada, Atharahavam mithyatva-shalya -- Ina atharaha papa-sthano-me se Mere jiva ne jisa kisi papa ka sevana kiya ho, Karaya ho, karate hue ka anumodana kiya ho, Una saba ka mana-vachana-kaya se Michchha mi dukkadam..... 32. Sutra Meaning: Jain In our life we may come across many sinful activities. literature has classified them into the following eighteen categories and we repent for indulging in any of them: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 92 prANAtipAta mRSAvAda adattA-dAna maithuna parigraha Shtet mAna Pranatipat Mrisa-vada A-datta-dana Maithuna Parigraha Krodha Mana To hurt or kill any living being (Violence) To lie To steal 1. Sensuous indulgence or unchastity Possessiveness and accumulation of wealth and power Anger Ego PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #93 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 32. aThAraha pApasthAna- EIGHTEEN PAPSTHANAK SUTRA mAyA Maya Deceit or deception lobha Lobha Greed rAga Raga Attachment or craving Dvesa Resentment or aversion | dveSa kalaha abhyAkhyAna Kalah Disputes or quarrelling Abhyakhyana Allegation or false accusation Paisunya Slander and backbiting | paizunya rati-arati para-parivAda Rati-arati Affection and disaffection Para-parivada Gossiping To lie maliciously or deceitful lying mAyA-mRSA Maya-mrisa vada vAda mithyAtva- / Mithyatva salya zalya To have a wrong perception or to believe in a materialist god, guru or religion If I have committed any of the sinful acts personally, have encouraged others to commit them, or have appreciated them being committed by others, mentally, verbally or physically, I sincerely repent and ask for forgiveness. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #94 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 33. savvassa vi sUtra - SAVVASSA VI SUTRA 33. savvassa vi sUtra - Savvassa Vi Sutra 33. Introduction In this sutra one asks for forgiveness for any transgressions committed during the day or night. This way the Pratikraman Avashyak is done through this sutra. 33. savvassa vi sUtra savvassa vi devasia duccitia, dubbhAsia ducciTThia, icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan! icchaM, tassa micchA mi dukkaDaM.. 33. Savvassa Vi Sutra Savvassa vi devasia duchchintia, dubbhasia, duchchitthia, Ichchha-karena sandisaha bhagavan! Ichchham, Tassa michchha mi dukkadam. 94 .1. 33. Sutra Meaning: Oh bhagavana! kindly give me the permission voluntarily to perform the pratikramana of all the faults committed during the day by evil thoughts, evil talks and evil deeds. I accept your orders. Those misdeeds of mine may become fruitless....... 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. Page #95 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 34. devasia paDikkamaNe sUtra - DEVASIA PADIKKAMANE SUTRA 34. devasia paDikkamaNe sUtra - Devasia Padikkamane Sutra 34. Introduction This sutra is also known as the Pratikraman sutra. Pratikraman ritual is done for Repentance and Forgiveness of all our Sins. In this sutra we repent in brief for all our bad deeds done in our actions, thoughts, and speech of the day (or year during Samvatsary Pratikraman). 34. devasia (saMvatsaria) paDikkamaNe ThAuM? sUtra icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan! devasia (saMvatsaria) paDikkamaNe ThAuM? (guru "paDikkamaNe") icchaM, savvassa vi devasia (saMvatsaria), ducciMtia, dubbhAsia, ducciTThia, micchAmi dukkaDaM.. ..............1. 34. Devasia (Samvatsaria) Padikkamane Sutra Iccha-karena sandisaha bhagavan! Samvatsaria (or devasia) padikkamane thaum? (after Guru says "padikkameha") Iccham Savvassa vi Samvatsaria (or devasia), Duchchintia, dubbhasia, duchchitthia, Michchha mi dukkadam. .... .............1.a 34. Sutra Meaning: Oh! Forgiving Gurudev, may I have your kind permission to repent all my sins which I may have committed during the year (or day)? (after Guru says "Yes, you may"). I accept your permission.. I ask for forgiveness for all my bad thoughts, bad speech, and bad actions of the year (or day). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 95 Page #96 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA 35. vaMdittu sUtra - Vandittu Sutra 35. Introduction This is the longest principal aphorism of both night (devasika) and day (rai) Pratikramana. A householder is supposed to observe five ethical codes of conduct (Achara) and twelve householder vows (bara vrata). This aphorism is to ask forgiveness if any wrong doings have occurred while observing these vows. As is the custom, recitation of this sutra begins by first paying homage to the five supreme beings, and is followed by asking for forgiveness for any wrong doing committed while following the house holder's vows (shravaka vratta), which a Jain layperson will take in preparation for the life of a sadhu. 35. vaMdittu sUtra vaMditta savva-siddhe, dhammAyarie a savva-sAha a. icchAmi paDikkamiDaM, sAvaga-dhammAiArassa.. jo me vayAiyAro, nANe taha daMsaNe caritte a. suhumo va bAyaro vA, taM niMde taM ca garihAmi. duvihe pariggahammi, sAvajje bahuvihe a AraMbhe. kArAvaNe a karaNe, paDikkame desiaM savvaM.. jaM baddhamidiehiM, cauhiM kasAehiM appasatthehiM. rAgeNa va doseNa va, taM niMde taM ca garihAmi.. AgamaNe-niggamaNe, ThANe caMkamaNe aNAbhoge. abhioge a nioge, paDikkame desiaM savvaM. saMkA kaMkha vigicchA, pasaMsa taha saMthavo kuliMgIsu. sammattassa-iAre, paDikkame desiaM savvaM....... ............ 96 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #97 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA 4. ................10. .....11 chakkAya-samAraMbhe, payaNe a payAvaNe a je dosA. attaTThA ya paraTThA, ubhayaTThA ceva taM niMde. paMcaNhamaNu-vvayANaM, guNa-vvayANaM ca tiNhamaiyAre. sikkhANaM ca cauNhaM, paDikkame desiaM savvaM. paDhame aNu-vvayammi, thUlaga-pANAivAya-viraIo. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamAya-ppasaMgeNaM... vaha-baMdha-chavi-cchee, aibhAre bhatta-pANa-vucchee. paDhama-vayassa-iyAre, paDikkame desi savvaM. bIe aNu-vvayammi, parithUlaga-aliya-vayaNa-viraio. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamAya-ppasaMgeNaM.... sahasA rahassa dAre, mosuvaese a kUDalehe a. bIya-vayassa-iAre, paDikkame desiaM savvaM... taie aNu-vvayammi, thUlaga-paradavva-haraNa-viraIo. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamAya-ppasaMgeNaM.. tenAhaDa-ppaoge, tappaDirUve viruddha-gamaNe a. kUDa-tula kUDa-mANe, paDikkame desi savvaM.. cautthe aNu-vvayaMmi, niccaM paradAra-gamaNa-viraIo. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamAya-ppasaMgeNaM.. apariggahiA-ittara, aNaMga-vivAha-tivva-aNurAge. cauttha-vayassa-iAre, paDikkame desi savvaM.. .......... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #98 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA itto aNu-vvae paMcamaMmi, Ayaria-mappasatthammi. parimANa-paricchee, ittha pamAya- ppasaMgeNaM.. dhaNa-dhanna-khitta-vatthU, ruppa - suvanne a kuvia - parimANe. dupae cappayaMmi ya, paDikkame desiaM savvaM.. gamaNassa u parimANe, disAsu uDDhaM ahe a tiriaM ca. vuDDhI sai-aMtaraddhA, paDhamammi guNa-vvae niMde. majjammi a maMsammi a, pupphe a phale a gaMdha-malle a. uvabhoga-paribhoge, bIammi guNa-vvae niMde. sacitte paDibaddhe, apoli-duppoliaM ca AhAre. tucchosahi-bhakkhaNayA, paDikkame desiaM savvaM. iMgAlI -vaNa- sADI-, bhADI-phoDI suvajjae kammaM. vANijjaM ceva daMta - lakkha-rasa- kesa - visa- visayaM. evaM khu jaMta-pillaNa kammaM, nillaMchaNaM ca dava-dANaM. sara-daha-talAya-sosaM, asaI-posaM ca vajjijjA. satthaggi-musala-jaMtaga-taNa-kaTThe maMta-mUla-bhesajje. dinne davAva vA, paDikkame desiaM savvaM. nhANu-vvaTTaNa-vannaga - vilevaNe sadda - rUva-rasa-gaMdhe. vatthAsaNa-AbharaNe, paDikkame desiaM savvaM.. kaMdappe kukkuie, mohari-ahigaraNa-bhoga- apritte. daMDammi aNaTThAe, taiammi-guNa-vvae niMde.. 98 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 17. .18. .19. .20. .21. 22. .23. .24. 25. .26. Page #99 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA tivihe duppaNihANe, aNa-vaTThANe tahA sai-vihUNe. sAmAiya-vitaha-kae, paDhame sikkhA - vae niMde. ANavaNe pesavaNe, sadde rUve a puggala-kkheve. desAvagAsiammi, bIe sikkhA - vae niMde.. saMthAruccAra-vihi-pamAya taha ceva bhoyaNA-bhoe. posaha-vihi-vivarIe, taie sikkhA - vae niMde. sacitte nikkhivaNe, pihiNe vavaesa-macchare ceva. kAlAikkama-dANe, cautthe sikkhA-vae niMde.. suhie a duhie a, jA me assaMjaesa aNukaMpA. rAgeNa va doseNa va, taM niMde taM ca garihAmi.. sAhUsu saMvibhAgo, na kao tava caraNa-karaNa- juttesu. saMte phAsua-dANe, taM niMde taM ca garihAmi. iha - loe para loe, jIvia maraNe a AsaMsa-paoge. paMca-viho aiAro, mA majjha hujja maraNaMte. kAeNa kAiassa, paDikkame vAiassa vAyA. mANasA mANasiassa, savvassa vayAiArassa. vaMdaNa-vaya-sikkhA-gAravesu, sannA-kasAya-daMDesu. guttIsu a samiIsu a, jo aiAro a taM niMde... sammaddiTThI jIvo, jai vi hu pAvaM samAyarai kiMci. appo si hoi baMdho, jeNa na niddhaMdhasaM kuNai. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .27. .28. .29. 30. .31. .32. .33. .34. 99 35. 36. Page #100 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA taM pi hu sapaDikkamaNaM, sappariAvaM sauttara-guNaM ca. khippaM uvasAmei, vAhi vva susikkhio vijjo.... jahA visaM kuTTha-gayaM, maMta-mUla-visArayA. vijjA haNaMti maMtehiM, to taM havai nivvisaM. evaM aTTha-vihaM kamma, rAga-dosa-samajjiaM. AloaMto a niMdato, khippaM haNai susAvao....... ............... kaya-pAvo vi maNusso, Aloia niMdia guru-sagAse. hoi airega-lahuo, oharia-bharuvva bhAravaho.. AvassaeNa eeNa, sAvao jaivi bahurao hoi. dukkhANamaMta-kiriaM, kAhI acireNa kAleNa.. AloaNA bahuvihA, na ya saMbhariA paDikkamaNa-kAle. mUla-guNa-uttara-guNe, taM niMde taM ca garihAmi.......... ................42. tassa dhammassa kevali-pannattassa, abbhuDio mi ArAhaNAe, virao mi virAhaNAe. tiviheNa paDikkaMto, vaMdAmi jiNe cauvvIsaM. .........43. ...........44. jAvaMti ceiAI, uDDhe a ahe a tiria-loe a. savvAiM tAiM vaMde, iha saMto tattha saMtAI.... jAvaMta ke vi sAhU, bharaheravaya-mahAvidehe a. savvesiM tesiM paNao, tiviheNa tidaMDa-virayANaM. cira-saMciya-pAva-paNAsaNIi, bhava-saya-sahassa-mahaNIe. ......... 100 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #101 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SURA cauvIsa-jiNa-viNiggaya - kahAi, volaMtu me diahA ... mama maMgala-marihaMtA, siddhA sAhU suaM ca dhammo a. samma-ddiTThI devA, diMtu samAhiM ca bohiM ca. paDisiddhANaM karaNe, kiccANa-makaraNe paDikkamaNaM. asaddahaNe a tahA, vivarIa-parUvaNAe a... khAmemi savva-jIve, savve jIvA khamaMtu me. mittI me savva-bhUesa, veraM majjha na keNai. evamahaM Aloia, niMdia - garahia - dugaMchiaM sammaM. tiviheNa paDikkaMto, vaMdAmi jiNe cauvvIsaM. 35. Vandittu Sutra Vandittu savva-siddhe, dhammayarie a savva-sahu a. Ichchhami padikkamiu, savaga-dhammaiarassa.. Jo me vayaiyaro, nane taha dansane charitte a. Jam baddhamindiehim, chauhim kasaehim appasatthehim. Ragena va dosena va, tam ninde tam cha garihami......... Agamane-niggamane, thane chankamane anabhoge. Abhioge a nioge, padikkame desiam savvam. Sanka kankha vigichchha, pasansa taha santhavo kulingisu. Sammattassa-iare, padikkame desiam savvam..... Chhakkaya-samarambhe, payane a payavane a je dosa. .46. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .47. .48. 49. .50. Suhumo va bayaro va tam ninde tam cha garihami. ...............2. Duvihe pariggahammi, savajje bahuvihe a arambhe. Karavane a karane, padikkame desiam savvam.. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 101 Page #102 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA Attattha ya parattha, ubhayattha sheva tam ninde. .............. 7. Panchanhamanu-wayanam, guna-wayanam cha tinhamaiyare. Sikkhanam cha chaunham, padikkame desiam savvam.......... 8. Padhame anu-vvayammi, thulaga-panaivaya-viraio. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamaya-ppasangenam................9. Vaha-bandha-chhavi-chchhee, aibhare bhatta-pana-vuchchhee. Padhama-vayassa-ivare, padikkame desiam savam. .......... 10. Bie anu-vvayammi, parithulaga-aliya-vayana-viraio. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamaya-ppasangenam................. 11. Sahasa rahassa dare, mosuvaese a kudalehe a. Biya-vayassa-iare, padikkame desiam savvam...................... 12. Taie anu-vvayammi, thulaga-paradavva-harana-viraio. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamaya-ppasangenam................. 13. Tenahada-ppaoge, tappadiruve viruddha-gamane a. Kuda-tula kuda-mane, padikkame desiam savvam............... 14. Chautthe anu-wayammi, nichcham paradara-gamana-viraio. Ayaria-mappasatthe, ittha pamaya-ppasangenam................. 15. Apariggahia-ittara, ananga-vivaha-tivva-anurage. Chauttha-vayassa-iare, padikkame desiam savvam............... 16. Itto anu-vae panchamammi, ayaria-mappasatthammi. Parimana-parichchhee, ittha pamaya-ppasangenam.............. 17. Dhana-dhanna-khitta-vatthu, ruppa-suvanne a kuvia-parimane. Dupae chauppayammi ya, padikkame desiam savvam. .......... 18. Gamanassa u parimane, disasu uddham ahe a tiriam cha. Vuddhi sai-antaraddha, padhamammi guna-vae ninde......... 19. Majjammi a mansammi a, pupphe a phale a gandha-malle a. Uvabhoga-paribhoge, biammi guna-vvae ninde... 20 102 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #103 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA Sachitte padibaddhe, apoli-duppoliam cha ahare. Tuchchhosahi-bhakkhanaya, padikkame desiam savvam....... 21. Ingali-vana-sadi-, bhadi-phodi suvajjae kammam. Vanijjam cheva danta-lakkha-rasa-kesa-visa-visayam............ 22. Evam khu janta-pillana kammam, Nillanchhanam cha dava-danam. Sara-daha-talaya-sosam, asai-posam cha vajjijja................. 23. Satthaggi-musala-jantaga-tana-katthe manta-mula-bhesajje. Dinne davavie va, padikkame desiam savvam......................... 24. Nhanu-vvattana-vannaga-vilevane sadda-ruva-rasa-gandhe. Vatthasana-abharane, padikkame desiam savam...............25. Kandappe kukkuie, mohari-ahigarana-bhoga-airitte. Dandammi anatthae, taiammi-guna-wae ninde. ............ Tivihe duppanihane, ana-vatthane taha sai-vihune. Samaiva-vitaha-kae, padhame sikkha-vae ninde..................27. Anavane pesavane, sadde ruve a puggala-kkheve. Desavagasiammi, bie sikkha-vae ninde. ......... Santharuchchara-vihi-pamaya taha cheva bhoyana-bhoe. Posaha-vihi-vivarie, taie sikkha-vae ninde... ........ 29. Sachitte nikkhivane, pihine vavaesa-machchhare cheva. Kalaikkama-dane, chautthe sikkha-vae ninde. ......... Suhiesu a duhiesu a, ja me assanjaesu anukampa. Ragena va dosena va, tam ninde tam cha garihami................31. Sahusu samvibhago, na kao tava-charana-karana-juttesu. Sante phasua-dane, tam ninde tam cha garihami...................32. lha-loe para-loe, jivia-marane a asansa-paoge. Pancha-viho aiaro, ma majjha hujja maranante......................33. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 103 Page #104 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA Kaena kaiassa, padikkame vaiassa vayae. Manasa manasiassa, savvassa vayaiarassa....... Vandana-vaya-sikkha-garavesu, sanna-kasaya-dandesu. Guttisu a samiisu a, jo aiaro a tam ninde... Sammadditthi jivo, jai vi hu pavam samayarai kinchi. Appo si hoi bandho, jena na niddhamdhasam kunai................36. Tam pi hu sapadikkamanam, Sappariavam sauttara-gunam cha. Khippam uvasamei, vahi vva susikkhio vijjo. Jaha visam kuttha-gayam, manta-mula-visaraya. Vijja hananti mantehim, to tam havai nivvisam.. Evam attha-viham kammam, raga-dosa-samajjiam. Aloanto a nindanto, khippam hanai susavao. Kaya-pavo vi manusso, aloia nindia guru-sagase. Hoi airega-lahuo, oharia-bharuvva bharavaho. Avassaena eena, savao jaivi bahurao hoi. Dukkhanamanta-kiriam, kahi achirena kalena. Aloana bahuviha, na ya sambharia padikkamana-kale. Mula-guna-uttara-gune, tam ninde tam cha garihami......... Tassa dhammassa kevali-pannattassa, Abbhutthio mi arahanae, virao mi virahanae. Tivihena padikkanto, vandami jine chauvvisam.. Javanti cheiaim, uddhe a ahe a tiria-loe a. Savvaim taim vande, iha santo tattha santaim. Javanta ke vi sahu, bharaheravaya-mahavidehe a. Savvesim tesim panao, tivihena tidanda-virayanam. Chira-sanchiya-pava-panasanii, 104 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 34. 35. 37. .38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. Page #105 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA Bhava-saya-sahassa-mahanie. Chauvisa-jina-viniggaya-kahai, volantu me diaha... Mama mangala-marihanta, Siddha sahu suam cha dhammo a. ............ Samma-dditthi deva, dintu samahim cha bohim cha.. Padisiddhanam karane, kichchana-makarane padikkamanam. Asaddahane a taha, vivaria-paruvanae a.. Khamemi savva-jive, savve jiva khamantu me. Mitti me savva-bhuesu, veram majjha na kenai.. Evamaham aloia, nindia-garahia-duganchhiam sammam. Tivihena padikkanto, vandami jine chauvvisam................. 46. .47. .48. 49. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK .50. 35. Sutra Meaning: Bowing to the Omniscient pathfinders (tirthankaras) and liberated souls (siddhas), the leaders of the monastic congregation (dharmacharya), and all the monks (sadhus), I wish to confess for all the wrong doings I may have committed while following layman's vows.. 1 I wish to confess, scorn and reproach for whatever slight or major wrong-doing I may have committed, in respect to ethical behavior related to right knowledge (jnana), right faith (darshana), right conduct (charitra) and the other two, austerity (tapa) and energy (virya).. .2 I want to repent for the wrong-doing I may have committed in regard to acquiring two types of possessiveness, external (wealth, live stock, land etc) and internal (passions, etc.) as well as any day-to-day harmful activities, either done by me or my approval of such activities done by others.. .3 I scorn and reproach all the wrong doing I may have committed as a result of activities by my sense organs (indriya), or by the four kinds of passions (kashaya), and by attachment and aversion. 4 I want to confess for all wrongdoings I may have committed during the day while coming, going, standing, moving about, and for any 105 Page #106 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA sinful activities I may have performed under pressure from any one or due to bondage... .5 I want to confess for any wrongdoing of right faith that I may have committed during the day, through doubt, desire, dislike, praise and acquaintance with believers in false doctrines.. 6 I criticize myself for the harm I may have caused to the six categories of living beings while cooking, making someone else to cook or approving someone else cooking, for myself, for others or for both. (Explanation: cooking is just one example. The reprehension or fault is for any activity where there is desire to kill, or actual harm or killing of any living beings).. .7 I want to confess (pratikramana) for whatever violations I may have committed during the day in respect to the five minor vows (anu vrata), the three spiritual vows of merit (guna vrata) and the four spiritual vows of discipline (shiksha vrata). .8 With regards to the first minor vow of non-violence, I want to confess for whatever violations I may have committed during the day due to my careless (pramada) or inappropriate behavior towards any living being, such as beating, binding (tying), mutilating, overloading or starving others. .9, 10 With regards to the second minor vow of truthfulness, I want to atone for whatever violations I may have committed during the day due to careless or disapproving behavior, such as falsely accusing, disclosing close secrets of a trusting person, betrayal by divulging spousal secrets, preaching of wrong doctrines or forging of documents.. 11, 12 With regards to the third minor vow of non-stealing, I want to confess for whatever violations I may have committed during the day due to careless or disapproving behavior, such as buying stolen goods, helping a thief in burglary, adulterating and selling, smuggling and selling contrabands or falsifying weights and 13, 14 measures. With regards the fourth minor vow of celibacy, I want to confess for whatever adultery I may have committed during the day, due to careless or disapproving behavior, such as illicit sexual relations with unmarried girls or other women, arranging marriage for strangers or having intense sensual desires. 15, 16 106 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #107 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA With regards to the fifth minor vow of non-possession, I want to confess for whatever violations I may have committed during the day due to careless or disapproving behavior, such as excessive accumulation of wealth and grains, farm and real estate property, silver, gold and other precious metals, or two legged and four legged living beings 17, 18 With regards to voluntary confinement of directions (dig vrata) the first spiritual vow of self-discipline (guna vrata), I want to criticize myself for whatever violations I may have committed by increasing or forgetting the restrictions on movement in the upper, lower, or oblique directions.. 19 With regards to simplicity (bhogabhoga vrata) the second spiritual vow of self-discipline, I want to repent for whatever violations I may have committed, such as, consuming alcoholic beverages, meat, other forbidden food and fruits, enjoying the fragrance of flowers, camphor, or wearing flower garlands.. .20 I want to make it right by confessing for whatever violations I may have committed during the day by using sentient things, eating uncooked or partially cooked food, or food of little or no nutritious value (Junk food). .21 A lay person should strictly avoid the following five occupations harmful to living beings: Occupations dealing with furnaces Occupations involving destruction of plant or animal life or Pollution of the environment and natural resources Trading or renting of animals and birds, animal testing, leather, fur, ivory, silk, meat, honey, liquor, pesticides, toxic substances Slaves, bird feathers, animal hairs, and weapons. 22 For the same reason one should avoid the following five activities; use of grinding machines; piercing of the nose, ears or cut off body parts; setting fire in forests, houses or fields with vegetation; emptying lakes and water reservoirs; supporting the profession of prostitution; and raising wild animals. 23 I want to amend by confessing for any wrongdoing I may have committed during the day by providing weapons, kilns (furnaces) PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 107 Page #108 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA for fire, wooden pestles (dhoko), stone hand mills (ghanti), straw, wood, magical spells or herbs and powders....... 24 I want to amend by confessing for any wrong doing I may have committed during the day like using excessive water to bathe, applying turmeric powder to the body, applying fragrant powder or sandal wood paste to the body, listening to music and watching television excessively for entertainment, using make-up, scents, flashy clothes, luxurious seats, jewelry, etc..... .25 With regards to avoiding purposeless sin (anarthadanda Viraman vrata), the third spiritual vow of merit, I want to reprehend for whatever violations I may have committed, such as telling vulgar stories, crude jokes and making fun of others; keeping arms in the house; and possessing things in excess. 26 With regards to the practice of equanimity (samayika), the first Disciplinary vow (shiksa vrata), I want to criticize myself for whatever violations I may have committed, such as non-vigilant activities of mind, speech and body (evil thoughts, words or actions), taking wrong postures, forgetfulness about the time of performing samayika etc.. .27 With regards to additional confinement (deshavakashika vrata) the second Disciplinary vow, I want to repent for whatever violations I may have committed, such as getting or sending things for selfconsumption or business beyond the set limits; drawing someone's attention by coughing, clapping, making sound or throwing objects.. .28 With regards to living an ascetic's life (sadhu) for limited duration (posadhopavasa vrata), the third Disciplinary vow, I want to repent for whatever violations I may have committed, such as not being vigilant while putting things down on the floor; being negligent at the time of urinating and defecating; idling away the time by napping or sleeping and worrying about meals.. 29 With regards to charity (dana vrata), the fourth Disciplinary vow, I want to reprehend for whatever violations I may have committed, such as covering up alms with living things; telling lies about articles offered to the monks or inviting them to take meal after their time has passed; doing charity in a state of anger, pride or jealousy....... 30 108 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #109 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA I want to criticize and reprehend myself in the presence of the holy preceptor (guru), for any wrongdoing I may have committed by serving worthy or unworthy monks and nuns, out of attachment towards them or with feelings of aversion towards them.......... 31 I want to criticize and reprehend myself in the presence of the holy preceptor, if I have failed to give alms to the monks who faithfully observe vows of austerity and self- restraint. ........ 32 I do not want to commit any one of the following five wrongdoing during the vow of auspicious voluntary death (sanlekhana) to wish for material happiness in this life or in the next life; to desire to live longer if I gain name and fame by austerity; to desire to die if sorrows befalls me; or to entertain intense sensual desires.....33 I want to repent by confessing any wrongdoing may have committed with respect to any of the vows and restraints through harmful physical, vocal or mental activities.......... ............ 34. I criticize myself for any wrongdoing I may have committed with respect to: two types of worships {to God and to spiritual teacher(vandankarya)};12 vows (vratkarya); two types of teachings {to read the scriptures, to understand them and to put into practice (shikshakarma)}; three kinds of prides (garava) (of taste, wealth and physical health); four types of instincts (sangna) (of food, fear, sex and hoarding), four types of passions (kashaya); three types of evil activities (danda) (mental, verbal and physical); three-fold self-control (gupti); and five-fold vigilance (samiti)................35 A person with right faith acquires only minor karmic bond even though they may commit sins because they do not act with malice or cruelty. When he confesses and repents as prescribed by a spiritual preceptor he gets rid of them swiftly, the same way a well trained physician cures sickness. ....................................36, 37 Just as a well-trained physician removes the poison spread in a body and renders it poison-free with help of right spells, a layperson that has confessed and repented his sins sincerely in front of a spiritual preceptor, is able to swiftly destroy the bonds of all eight karmas formed due to hatred and attachment. He lightens his burden of sins just as a person feels lightened when he unloads the heavy burden he happens to carry ............38, 39, 40 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 109 Page #110 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 35. vaMdittu sUtra - VANDITTU SUTRA A layperson that has accumulated much karmic dust due to sinful activities will be able to destroy all the sinful sorrows by performing spiritual retreat involving penance. (Pratikramana). ............... 41 I want to criticize myself and repent in front of a spiritual preceptor for any wrongdoing I may have committed from not contemplating on any lapses related to principal vows {(mula guna) (five minor vows and three merit vows)} and auxiliary vows {(uttara guna) (Disciplinary vow)} at the time of performing penitential retreat. (pratikramana).. 42 I am ready to follow the layman's vows laid down by Omniscients, and I bow to the 24 Tirthankars (pathfinders) while performing penitential retreat for any sins committed through the activities of mind, speech and body... 43 I, who live here, adore all those images of Jinas present in the upper world, lower world and the middle world, and pay my respect to all the monks, who have freed themselves from the mental, verbal and bodily sins, residing in five Bharata, five Airavata and five Mahavideha continents (kshetras).......... .44, 45 I wish to spend all my days contemplating on the Scriptures spoken by the 24 Tirthankars, which destroy all the sins committed from eternity and bring an end to the multitude of rebirths....... 46 The Lord Arihanta, Lord Siddhas, respected monks and Scriptures are auspicious to me. O Enlightened one, bestow equanimity (calmness) and right faith on me. 47 ........... One should perform penitential retreat for any wrong doing one may commit in respect to the following four reasons: committing forbidden activities listed in the scriptures, failing to do the pious activities, having doubt in the scriptures, and speaking against the scriptures.... 48 I forgive all living beings. I seek pardon from all living beings. I am friendly towards all living beings. I seek enmity (hatred) with none.. .49 I bow down to 24 Tirthankars after purifying the mind, speech and body by contemplating, reprehending, repenting and despising my sins in the presence of a spiritual preceptor. 50 110 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #111 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 36. abbhuDiomi sUtra- ABBHUTTHIO SUTRA 36. abbhaDiomi sUtra- Abbhutthio Sutra 36. Introduction By reciting this sutra, we ask for forgiveness for any impoliteness shown towards ascetics. This Sutra is a request for forgiveness from Guru Maharaj for breaches in respect committed towards the Guru. The devotee first asks the Guru for permission to ask for forgiveness. This sutra is normally recited after bowing down to the Guru and reciting Khamasamano Sutra while performing Guru Vandan. 36. abbhuDiomi sUtra: icchA-kAreNa saMdisaha bhagavan ! abbhuDhiomi, abhiMtara-devasiaM khAmeuM ? icchaM, khAmemi devasiaM. jaM kiMci apattiaM, para-pattiaM; bhatte, pANe; viNae, veyAvacce; AlAve, saMlAve; uccAsaNe, samAsaNe; aMtara-bhAsAe, uvari-bhAsAe; jaM kiMci majjha viNaya-parihINaM, suhumaM vA, bAyaraM vA; tubbhe jANaha, ahaM na jANAmi; tassa micchA mi dukkaDaM. ........... 36. Abbhutthiomi Sutra: Ichchha-karena sandisaha bhagavan ! Abbhutthiomi, abbhintara-devasiam khameum? Ichchham, khamemi devasiam. Jam kinchi apattiam, para-pattiam; bhatte, pane; Vinae, veyavachche; alave, samlave; uchchasane, samasane; PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 111 Page #112 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ Antara-bhasae, uvari-bhasae; jam kinchi majjha Vinaya-parihinam, suhumam va, bayaram va; Tubbhe janaha, aham na janami; Tassa michchha mi dukkadam. 36. abbhuTThiomi sUtra - ABBHUTTHIO SUTRA 36. Sutra Meaning: O Guru Maharaj! Please voluntarily give me permission to ask for your forgiveness for any wrong doing that I may have done to you during the day. (Guru Maharaj now will say, "Please do so") to I accept your permission. I beg for your pardon, for all the wrongdoing that I may have committed during the day. I may have disrespected you or may not have taken proper care of you. I may have disrespected you by sitting at a higher level or at the same level as you. I may have interrupted you while you were talking, I may have talked back to you, or I may have tried to prove you wrong. I may have exhibited major or minor discourteousness to you, which I was not aware of but that you may be aware of. Now, therefore, I beg your forgiveness for all my wrong doings and wish that they might be undone. 1 112 Acharya 1. Scripture PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Upadhyay Page #113 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 37. Ayariya-uvajjhAe sUtra - AYARIYA-UVAJJHAE SUTRA 37. Ayariya-uvajjhAe sUtra - Ayariya-Uvajjhae Sutra 37. Introduction This sutra is also known as Prayer of Forgiveness. Through this sutra, forgiveness is being requested with respect to the offences committed against the Acharyas, other monks and nuns, human beings of the whole society and all living beings. 37. Ayariya-uvajjhAe sUtra Ayariya-uvajjhAe, sIse sAhammie kula-gaNe a. je me kei kasAyA, savve tiviheNa khAmemi.. savvassa samaNa-saMghassa, bhagavao aMjaliM karia sIse. savvaM khamAvaittA, khamAmi savvassa ahayaM pi. savvassa jIva-rAsissa, bhAvao dhamma-nihia-nia-citto. savvaM khamAvaittA, khamAmi savvassa ahayaM pi... ............... 1. 37. Ayariya-Uvajjhae Sutra Ayariya-uvajjhae, sise sahammie kula-gane a. Je me kei kasaya, savve tivihena khamemi......... Savvassa samana-sanghassa, bhagavao anjalim karia sise. Savvam khamavaitta, khamami savvassa ahayam pi.............2. Savvassa jiva-rasissa, bhavao dhamma-nihia-nia-chitto. Savvam khamavaitta, khamami savvassa ahayam pi............. 3. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 113 Page #114 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 37. urfa-3qosII HF - AYARIYA-UVAJJHAE SUTRA 37. Sutra Meaning: With mind, speech and body, I beg for forgiveness for violations | may have committed due to passions towards leaders of monastic congregation, ascetic teachers, their disciples and members of their congregation .... .......... 1. I respectfully ask for forgiveness from the entire ascetic community for any wrongs I may have committed towards them and I forgive them for any wrongs they may have committed towards me ... 2. I respectfully ask for forgiveness from all living beings for any wrongs I may have committed towards them and forgive them for any wrongs they may have committed towards me..................3. Lord Mahavira attains Keval Jnana Lord Mahavira attains Keval Jnana at the age of 42 in this Yoga posture known as Milking of a Cow posture 114 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #115 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 38. namostu varddhamAnAya stuti - NAMOSTU VARDDHAMANAYA STUTI 38. namostu varddhamAnAya stuti - Namostu Varddhamanaya Stuti 38. Introduction Hymn or Praise of Tirthankars recited after completing six essential duties in evening Pratikraman (Devasika Pratikramana). This prayer is recited to show the joy of completing all the six essential duties in the evening Pratikraman. In the first verse, the disciple is paying homage to Lord Mahavira who has achieved the eternally perfect state of existence by his inner strength; In the second verse, to all the Tirthankars, the benefactors of the entire mankind; and In the third verse to the Scriptures, which bring peace and calmness just like the first rains of the monsoon season making the earth cool and rich for the cultivation of crops. 38. namostu varddhamAnAya stuti namostu varddhamAnAya, sparddhamAnAya karmaNA. tajjayA-vApta-mokSAya, parokSAya kutIrthinAm.. 1. yeSAM vikacA-ravinda-rAjyA, jyAyaH krama-kamalAvaliM dadhatyA. sadRzairiti saMgataM prazasyaM kathitaM santu zivAya te jinendrAH........... kaSAya-tApA-rdita-jantu-nirvRtiM karoti yo jaina - mukhAmbudod-gataH. sa zukra-mAsodbhava-vRSTi-sannibho, dadhAtu tuSTiM mayi vistaro girAm. .3. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 115 Page #116 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 38. namostu varddhamAnAya stuti - NAMOSTU VARDDHAMANAYA STUTI 38. Namostu Varddhamanaya Stuti Namostu varddhamanaya, Sparddhamanaya karmana. Tajjaya-vapta-moksaya, Paroksaya kutirthinam. Yesam vikacha-ravinda-rajya, Jyayah krama-kamala-valim dadhatya. Sadrsairiti sangatam prasasyam, Kathitam santu sivaya te jinendrah.. Kasaya-tapa-rdita-jantu-nirvrtim, Karoti yo jaina-mukhambudod-gatah. Sa sukra-masodbhava-vrsti-sannibho, Dadhatu tustim mayi vistaro giram.. 1. .2. 38. Sutra Meaning: I wish for permission from the spiritual preceptor, to pay my obeisance to forbearing monks (kshmashramana). I pay my respect to the five supreme beings, Arihanta, Siddha, Acharya, Upadhyaya and Sadhus. 3. I pay my obeisance to Lord Mahavira, who after winning a constant struggle with karmas, achieved liberation which is beyond the comprehension of wrong believers..... 1. 116 Let the Peaceful liberators always be our benefactors. Their feet are soft like lotus flowers. When they walk on the golden lotuses created by heavenly gods, the flowers are delighted. May the Jineshvars bestow Moksha. .2. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Let the words spoken through the mouth of Tirthankars, which are like the first rainfall at the beginning of the monsoon season, and the words of the chief disciple (Gandhara) bring peace and tranquility to me... 3. Page #117 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 39. vizAla- locana stuti - VISALA-LOCANA STUTI 39. vizAla - locana stuti - Visala-Locana Stuti 39. Introduction Hymn to praise Tirthankars after completing six essential duties in morning penitential retreat (rai Pratikramana). This composition is made up of three verses: The first verse praises Lord Mahavira; The second verse praises all the Tirthankars, and The third verse is in the praise of Holy Scriptures. 39. vizAla- locana stuti vizAla-locana-dalaM, prodyad-dantAMzu-kesaram. prAtarvIra-jinendrasya, mukha-padmaM punAtu vaH. yeSAmabhiSeka-karma kRtvA, mattA harSa-bharAt sukhaM surendrAH. tRNamapi gaNayanti naiva nAkaM, prAtaH santu zivAya te jinendrAH........ kalaMka-nirmukta-mamukta-pUrNataM, kutarka rAhu- grasanaM sadodayam. apUrva-candraM jina-candra-bhASitaM, dinA - game naumi budhairnamaskRtam .......3. 39. Visala-Locana Stuti Visala-lochana-dalam, prodyad-dantansu-kesaram. Pratar-vira-jinendrasya, mukha-padmam punatu vah. Yesamabhiseka-karma krtva, Matta harsa-bharat sukham surendrah. Trnamapi ganayanti naiva nakam, Pratah santu sivaya te jinendrah...... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. 1. .2. 117 Page #118 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 39. vizAla - locana stuti - VISALA-LOCANA STUTI Kalanka-nirmukta-mamukta-purnatam, Kutarka-rahu-grasanam sadodayam. Apurva-chandram jina-chandra-bhasitam, Dina-game naumi budhair-namaskrtam. 39. Sutra Meaning: Let Lord Mahavira be auspicious to all of us, whose face in the morning resembles an open lotus flower, with wide oval eyes that resemble the petals of a lotus and shiny white teeth like pollen 1. Let all Tirthankars be auspicious to us in the morning, whose bathing ceremony (ablution) performed by the King of heavenly Gods bring them incomparable joy and life in heaven........... ..2. 118 I pay my respect in the morning to the Scriptures that are untainted, ever perfect, fully manifested like a full moon and whose brightness cannot ever be obscured by any living being..........3. .3. Sadhus PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Sadhvis Page #119 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ SUA-DEVAYA STUTI 40. 737-Coel Fala - Sua-Devaya Stuti 40. Introduction Hymn of praise to Goddess of Learning Saraswati Devi. 40. 737-caen Fora sua-devayA bhagavaI, nANA-varaNIya-kamma-saMghAyaM. tesiM khaveu sayayaM, jesiM sua-sAyare bhattI.. .......................1. 40. Sua-Devaya Stuti Sua-devaya bhagavai, nana-varaniya-kamma-sanghayam. Tesim khaveu sayayam, jesim sua-sayare bhatti. ............ 40. Sutra Meaning: Saraswati Devi, Goddess of Learning, I stand in meditation and offer my prayer to you. Saraswati Devi! Destroy the knowledge obscuring Karma (Jnanvarniya karma) of devotees who have faith in the Scriptures, the ocean of enlightened knowledge. ......... ......... 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 119 Page #120 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 41. YRIT: A Fara - YASYAH KSETRAM STUTI 41. FT: S Fara - Yasyah Ksetram Stuti 41. Introduction This is a prayer for a Goddess of the region (Bhavana Devata) requesting her to ward off obstacles and be helpful in the pursuit of the three-fold path of knowledge, faith, and conduct (Jnan, Darshan, Charitra) to salvation. Men and Women in Pratikramana, such as Pakkhi and Sadhu bhagavantas in devasia pratikramana during travelling (vihara) utter this eulogy of the regional goddess. 41. AFT: HE Fora yasyAH kSetraM samAzritya, sAdhubhiH sAdhyate kriyA. HT GE-Can arzi, pelot: Hu-cipat... 41. Yasyah Ksetram Stuti Yasyah ksetram samasritya, sadhubhih sadhyate kriya. Sa ksetra-devata nityam, bhuyannah sukha-dayini....... 41. Sutra Meaning: May the goddess of the region always bestow happiness upon us in whose area sadhus and sadhvis on the path of salvation are performing religious rites........ .......... 1. 120 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #121 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 42. CHICT-GGT Fora - KAMALA-DALA STUTI 42. AHS-Gai Fara - Kamala-Dala Stuti 42. Introduction Hymn of praise to Goddess of knowledge (Saraswati) This prayer describes the beauty of Saraswati Devi, who is full of prosperity (Bhagavati). 42. CHET-GG Fara kamala-dala-vipula-nayanA, kamala-mukhI kamala-garbha-sama-gaurI. Thuet PAHIT Holari, care sa-Can AIGH........ 42. Kamala-Dala Stuti Kamala-dala-vipula-nayana, Kamala-mukhi kamala-garbha-sama-gauri. Kamale sthita bhagavati, Dadatu sruta-devata siddhim... 42. Sutra Meaning: Venerable Saraswati Devi (goddess of knowledge), with large eyes like a lotus petal, with face a like a lotus flower, with fair complexion like the middle part of a lotus flower and seated on a lotus, may bestow ultimate success .......... 1. soubor PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 121 Page #122 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 43. jJAnAdi-guNa yutAnAM stuti - JNANADI GUNA-YUTANAM STUTI 43. jJAnAdi-guNa yutAnAM stuti - Jnanadi - Guna Yutanam Stuti 43. Introduction The goddess of dwelling (-) is requested to be helpful to the ascetics in their pursuit of spiritual goal. This eulogy of the goddess of dwelling is uttered in Pratikramana such as Pakkhi and by sadhu bhagavantas in devasia pratikramana during the travelling (vihara). 43. jJAnAdi guNa yutAnAM stuti jJAnAdi-guNa-yutAnAM, nityaM svAdhyAya-saMyama-ratAnAm. vidadhAtu bhavana-devI, zivaM sadA sarva-sAdhUnAm.. 43. Jnanadi-Guna-Yutanam Jnanadi-guna-yutanam, nityam svadhyaya-sanyama-ratanam. Vidadhatu bhavana-devi, sivam sada sarva-sadhunam........... 1. 1. 43. Sutra Meaning: The goddess of the dwelling may always take care of the welfare of all sadhus pursuing knowledge and deeply engrossed in selfstudy and self-control.... 1. 122 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #123 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 44. jIse khitte sAhU stuti - JISE KHITTE SAHU STUTI 44. jIse khitte sAhU stuti - Jise Khitte Sahu Stuti 44. Introduction Only men recite this stuti during Pratikraman. In the stuti by praying goddess of region, we request her to remove any obstacles that may occur during religious activity. 44. jIse khitte sAhU stuti jIse khitte sAhU, daMsaNa-nANehiM caraNa-sahiehiM sAhaMti mukkha-maggaM, sA devi harau duriAI. 44. Jise Khitte Sahu Stuti Jise khitte sahu, damsana-nanehim carana-sahiehim Sahamti mukkha-maggam, sa devi harau duriaim. 44. Sutra Meaning: The goddess of the region may ward off obstacles, in the area where the Sadhus are striving on the path of salvation through right faith, right knowledge, and right conduct. . .............. -- -- - ---- --- ---- - --- -- -- ---- -- --- -- Jain Temple Art PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 123 Page #124 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 45. aDDhAijjesu sUtra - ADDHAIJJESU SUTRA 45. aDDhAijjesu sUtra - Addhaijjesu Sutra 45. Introduction This sutra is also known as "Muni Vandan Sutra". In this Sutra all Sadhu and Sadhvi bhagavantas residing in the universe (in the two and half continents as per Jain geography) are venerated. Here the Sadhu Maharaja's 18000 aspects of conduct are adored. 45. aDDhAijjesu sUtra aDDhAijjesu dIva - samuddesu, panarasasu kamma-bhUmIsu jAvaMta ke vi sAhU, raya-haraNa-guccha-paDiggaha-dharA.. paMca-maha-vvaya-dharA, aTThArasa-sahassa- sIlaMga-dharA; akkhuyA-yAra-carittA, te savve sirasA maNasA, matthaeNa vaMdAmi.....2. 45. Addhaijjesu Sutra Addhaijjesu diva-samuddesu, Panarasasu kamma-bhumisu; Javanta ke vi sahu, Raya-harana-guchchha-padiggaha-dhara. 1. Pancha-maha-vvaya-dhara, Attharasa-sahassa-silanga-dhara; Akkhuya-yara-caritta, Te savve sirasa manasa, matthaena 124 1. vandami.. 45. Sutra Meaning: Any Sadhu or Sadhvi in the fifteen lands of activities of adhi dvipa and oceans holding rajoharana, gucchaka and patras............. 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Observing five great vows, observing eighteen thousand aspects of virtues (shila), observing uninterrupted code of conduct and charitra, I bow down to with body, mind and head .2. .2. Page #125 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 46. a-mola Fala - VARA-KANAKA STUTI 46. Q-Col Fafa -Vara-Kanaka Stuti 46. Introduction At the most 170 Tirthankars can be present simultaneously. They are respected by remembering their physical complexion, which is divided in 5 colors. According to Jain geography, there exist 5 Bharata, 5 Airavata and 5 Mahavideha continents. Jains believe that one Tirthankara present at the same time in each Bharata and Airavata continent some times during 3rd and 4th era of the time cycle, thus 10 Tirthankaras are present in these 10 continents. Each continent of Mahavideha has 32 territories, thus there are (5x32) =160 territories of the 5 Mahavideha continents. Jains also believe that in each territory of Mahavideha, one Tirthankar may exist at the same time. Hence there may be 160 Tirthankaras in Mahavideha present at the same time. Thus, there could be a maximum of (10+160) 170 Tirthankars existing at the same time. In the present time cycle, only during the time of Lord Ajitnath, our second Tirthankar, were all 170 Tirthankars present 46. q-poli Fara of-thoth-gia-fGH-, HP **-84-Hoofai faola-HT6H. Huara-erdi Hallgi, HafHR-qrad dod. 46. Vara-Kanaka Stuti Vara-kanaka-sankha-vidruma-, Marakata-ghana-sannibham vigata-moham. Saptati-satam jinanam, Sarvamara-pujitam vande................. 1. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 125 Page #126 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 46. a-mola Fala - VARA-KANAKA STUTI 46. Sutra Meaning: I bow to 170 Tirthankars (passionless Pathfinders) who are devoid of infatuation, adorned by all gods, and whose complexions are: Yellow like pure gold, White like a conch-shell, Red like a coral, Green like an emerald or Black like rain-clouds........ Go not to the temple to put flowers upon the feet of God, First fill your own house with the Fragrance of love... Go not to the temple to light candles before the altar of God, First remove the darkness of sin from your heart... Go not to the temple to bow down your head in prayer, First learn to bow in humility before your fellowmen... Go not to the temple to pray on bended knees, First bend down to lift someone who is down-trodden... Go not to the temple to ask for forgiveness for your sins, First forgive from your heart those who have sinned against you. - Rabindranath Tagore 126 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #127 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. laghu-zAnti stava - LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA 47. laghu-zAnti stava - Laghu-Shanti Stava 47. Introduction People of Nadol city were suffering from plague created by an evil minded goddess. Agreeing to the request of the Jain community of the city, Shri Manadeva Suri composed this hymn or sutra to get rid of the plague. Shri Manadeva Suri was blessed by Padma, Jaya, Vijaya, and Aparajita, the four goddesses. It is due to their mystic power the city was saved from the disaster created by the plague. In this hymn, Lord Shantinatha is praised with many precious qualities. 47. laghu-zAnti stava zAntiM zAnti-nizAntaM, zAntaM zAntA-zivaM namaskRtya. stotuH zAnti-nimittaM, mantra-padaiH zAntaye staumi. omiti nizcita-vacase, namo namo bhagavaterhate pUjAm. zAnti-jinAya jayavate, yazasvine svAmine daminAm.. ............. sakalAtizeSaka-mahA-saMpatti-samanvitAya zasyAya. trailokya-pUjitAya ca, namo namaH zAnti-devAya... sarvAmara-susamUha-svAmika-saMpUjitAya na jitAya. bhuvana-jana-pAlanoyata-tamAya satataM namastasmai. sarva-duritaugha-nAzana-karAya sarvAziva-prazamanAya. duSTa graha-bhUta-pizAca-zAkinInAM pramathanAya. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 127 Page #128 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. laghu-zAnti stava - LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA ............. yasyeti nAma-mantra-pradhAna-vAkyopayoga-kRta-toSA. vijayA kurute jana-hita-miti ca nutA namata taM zAntim. ..........6 bhavatu namaste bhagavati!, vijaye! sujaye! parA-parairajite!. aparAjite! jagatyAM, jayatIti jayAvahe! bhavati. sarvasyApi ca saMghasya, bhadra-kalyANa-maMgala-pradade!. sAdhUnAM ca sadA ziva-sutuSTi-puSTi-prade! jIyAH.. ............... bhavyAnAM kRta-siddha!, nivRti-nirvANa-janani! sattvAnAm. abhaya-pradAna-nirate!, namostu svasti-prade! tubhyam....... ............. bhaktAnAM jantUnAM, zubhAvahe! nityamudyate! devi!. samyag-dRSTInAM dhRti-rati-mati-buddhi-pradAnAya.. ..............10. jina-zAsana-niratAnA, zAnti-natAnAM ca jagati janatAnAm. zrI-saMpatkIrti-yazo-varddhani!, jaya devi! vijayasva........ ................11. salilA-nala-viSa-viSadhara-duSTa-graha-rAja-roga-raNa-bhayataH. rAkSasa-ripu-gaNa-mAri-caureti-zvApadA-dibhyaH. .............12. atha rakSa rakSa suzivaM, kuru kuru zAntiM ca kuru kuru sadeti. tuSTiM kuru kuru puSTiM, kuru kuru svastiM ca kuru kuru tvam...........13. bhagavati! guNavati! ziva-zAnti-tuSTi-puSTi-svastIha kuru kuru janAnAm. omiti namo namo hA~ hrIM hU~ hraH,yaH kSaH hrIM phaT phaT svAhA.........14. evaM-yannAmAkSara-purassaraM, saMstutA jayA-devI. 128 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #129 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. laghu-zAnti stava - LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA ................15. kurute zAntiM namatAM, namo namaH zAntaye tasmai......... iti pUrva-sUri-darzita-mantra-pada-vidarbhitaH stavaH zAnteH. salilAdi-bhaya-vinAzI, zAntyAdi-karazca bhaktimatAm. yazcainaM paThati sadA, zRNoti bhAvayati vA yathA-yogam. sa hi zAnti-padaM yAyAt, sUriH zrI-mAna-devazca...... upasargAH kSayaM yAnti, chiyante vighna-vallayaH. manaH prasannatAmeti, pUjyamAne jinezvare. ....................... sarva-maMgala-mAMgalyaM, sarva-kalyANa-kAraNam. mokSArtham sarva jIvAnAm, jainaM jayati zAsanam..... ............. 47. Laghu-Shanti Stava Shantim shanti-nishantam, shantam shanta-sivam namaskrtya. Stotuh shanti-nimittam, mantra-padaih shantaye staumi. ........ 1. Omiti nischita-vachase, namo namo bhagavaterhate pujam. Shanti-jinaya jayavate, yasasvine svamine daminam. .. Sakalatisesaka-maha-sampatti-samanvitaya sasyaya. Trailokya-pujitaya cha, namo namah shanti-devaya. ...............3. Sarvamara-susamuha-svamika-sampujitaya na jitaya. Bhuvana-jana-palanodyata-tamaya satatam namas-tasmai. ... 4. Sarva-duritaugha-nasana-karaya sarvasiva-prasamanaya. Dusta graha-bhuta-pisacha-sakininam pramathanaya.............5. Yasyeti nama-mantra-pradhana-vakyopayoga-krta-tosa. Vijaya kurute jana-hita-miti chanuta namata tam shintim.......6. 3 See footnote of Jaya Viyaraya Sutra PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 129 Page #130 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. laghu-zAnti stava LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA Bhavatu namaste bhagavati!, vijaye! Sujaye! Para-parairajite!. Aparajite! Jagatyam, jayatiti jayavahe! Bhavati. Sarvasyapi cha sanghasya, bhadra-kalyana-mangala-pradade!. Sadhunam cha sada siva-sutusti-pusti-prade! Jiyah............ .8. Bhavyanam krta-siddhe!, nirvrti-nirvana-janani! Sattvanam. Abhaya-pradana-nirate!, namostu svasti-prade! Tubhyam...... 9. Bhaktanam jantunam, subhavahe! Nitya-mudyate! Devi!. Samyag-drstinam dhrti-rati-mati-buddhi-pradanaya. ....................... 10. Jina-sasana-niratanam, shanti-natanam cha jagati janatanam. Sri-sampat-kirti-yaso-varddhani!, jaya devi! Vijayasva. ........ Salila-nala-visa-visadhara-dusta-graha-raja-roga-rana-bhayatah. ......... 11. - Raksasa-ripu-gana-mari-chaureti-svapada-dibhyah. 12. Atha raksa raksa susivam, kuru kuru shantim cha kuru kuru sadeti. Tustim kuru kuru pustim, kuru kuru svastim cha kuru kuru tvam 13. Bhagavati! Gunavati! Siva-shanti Tusti-pusti-svastiha kuru kuru jananam. Omiti namo namo Hraa hria hrua hrah, yah ksah hria phat phat svaha. Evam-yannamaksara-purassaram, sanstuta jaya-devi. 130 .7. Kurute shantim namatam, namo namah shantaye tasmai....... 15. Iti purva-suri-darsita-mantra-pada-vidarbhitah stavah shanteh. Saliladi-bhaya-vinasi, shantyadi-karascha bhaktimatam.......... 16. Yaschainam pathati sada, srnoti bhavayati va yatha-yogam. Sa hi shanti-padam yayat, surih sri-mana-devascha............ Upasargah ksayam yanti, chhidyante vighna-vallayah. Manah prasannatameti, pujyamane jinesvare.... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 14. 17. 18. Page #131 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. GU- Fala - LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA Sarva-mangala-mangalyam, sarva-kalyana-karanam. Mokshartham sarva jivanam, jainam jayati sasanam. ............ 19. 47. Sutra Meaning: I bow to Lord Shantnath, who is the abode of tranquility, is free from defilement and has overcome all adversities; with sanctified words I adore the Lord, the source of tranquility, for the sake of the tranquility of the adorers. ............1 With the resounding sound of Aum let my repeated obeisance be to the worship-worthy Lord Shantinath, the victorious, glorious, and the Lord of the restrained......... ................2 Let repeated obeisance be to Lord Shantinath, who is adorable, who is embedded with all extraordinary attributes, who is imbibed with superb esteem and who is worshipped by all the three worlds. ......... ............3 I salute you forever, O Lord Shantinatha, who is always ready to protect living beings of all three worlds, and who is worshiped and undefeated by an entire assembly of celestial beings and their rulers, the 64 Indras. ...............4 My salutations to you forever, Lord Shantinatha, who destroys all types of fears and calms down all calamities, including those created by evil planetary gods (graha), ghosts, evil spirits (pishacha) and witches (shakini)......... ..............................5 I salute you Lord Shantinatha; listening to your Mantra-like name has repeatedly brought immense pleasure to Vijaya Devi, the benefactor of those who adore her .. ................ 6 | salute you O Divine (Bhagavati)! Vijaya, Sujya, Ajita and Aparajita, all four Goddesses who are undefeatable, always victorious (Jayavaha) and helpful (Bhavati Devi), as strength of your mystic mantra brings triumph on this world. Bhagavati means Divine Vijaya means Victorious in a special way Sujya means victorious in an auspicious way Ajita means Unconquerable 4 See foot note of Jaya Viyaraya! Sutra PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 131 Page #132 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. laghu-zAnti stava Aparajita means Undefeatable and Bhavati means helpful............... 7 The next eight (8 to 15) verses are in praise of Vijaya Devi (Goddess of Victory). LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA I salute you, O Goddess! Who is beneficial and auspicious to entire fourfold Jain congregation, and gives mental peace (sutushti) and brings prosperity (pushti) to revered monks......8 I salute you O Goddess! Bestower of peace and joy to worthy living beings (bhavya jivas) by always looking after their wellbeing, eager to extend fearlessness and bring them success. .... 9 O goddess, you are a well-wisher of the devotees and always eager to provide patience, affection, intelligence and wisdom to those embedded with the right faith. Oh Goddess! Benefactor to devotees, and always eager to provide patience, affection, intelligence and wisdom to the people with right faith, and the followers of Jain religious order. Be victorious Jayadevi; you provide grace, wealth, fame and glory to the people in the world, who stay by the Jain order and who bow to Lord Shantinath 10, 11 O Goddess! Protect us from fear of flood, fire, poison, snakes, evil planetary gods, kings, wars, demons (rakshasha), plagues, robbers, wild animals, ghosts, evil spirits and witches; Now protect, please protect; extend bliss and tranquility; do that incessantly; extend contentedness, spiritual nourishment, strength and prosperity.. 12, 13 Oh Graceful Goddess with high attributes, extend well-being, peace, contentedness, spiritual nourishment and bliss to the people; I bow to you with the sacred sounds of Hram, Hrim, Hroom, Hrah, Yah, Kshah Hrim, Phoot, Phut, Swaha.............. 13 132 Oh divine! Virtuous! Goddess Jaya! Be our benefactor, protector and bestow peace, strength and contentedness on us. I bow to you with the sacred sounds of "Om, namo, namo, hram, hrim, hrum, rah yah kshah hrim, phat-phat swaha". Thus adored by the above Mantra Jayadevi extends tranquility to those who bow to Lord Shantinath. Let repeated obeisance be to that Lord Shantinath 14, 15 ....... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #133 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 47. GU- Fala - LAGHU-SHANTI STAVA This way, as shown by our spiritual teachers of the past, the hymn of praise of Lord Shantinatha, composed with sacred letters, is the destroyer of all fears and brings peace to the devotees ........... 16 Any person, who recites, listens and contemplates on this hymn every day may very quickly achieve eternal peace. May the composer of this hymn, Acharya Shri Manadev Suri, also achieve eternal peace. ................................................17 Afflictions come to an end, the creepers of obstacles are uprooted and the mind is delighted through the virtue of worshipping the omniscient Lord....... .......... 18 Jain philosophy and its practice are auspicious and the cause of all spiritual prosperity. It wishes that all living beings attain liberation.... ............... 19 Temple at Shatrunjaya (Palitana) PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 133 Page #134 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 48. caukkasAya sUtra - CHAUKKASAYA SUTRA 48. caukkasAtha sUtra - Chaukkasaya Sutra 48. Introduction This hymn, in praise of Lord Parshvanatha, is recited while performing Pratikramana. 48. caukkasAya sUtra caukkasAya-paDimallullUraNu, dujjaya-mayaNa-bANa-musumUraNu. sarasa-piyaMgu-vannu gaya-gAmiu, jayau pAsu bhuvaNa-ttaya-sAmiu. jasu taNu-kaMti-kaDappa-siNiddhau, sohai phaNi-maNi-kiraNA-liddhau. naM nava-jala-hara-taDillaya - laMchiu, so jiNu pAsu payacchau vaMchiu....2. 48. Caukkasaya Sutra Chaukkasaya-padimallulluranu, Dujjaya-mayana-bana-musumuranu. Sarasa-piyangu-vannu gaya-gamiu, Jayau pasu bhuvana-ttaya-samiu...... Jasu tanu-kanti-kadappa-siniddhau, Sohai phani-mani-kirana-liddhau. Nam nava-jala-hara-tadillaya-lanchhiu, So jinu pasu payachchhau vanchhiu. 48. Sutra Meaning: 134 .1. ...... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 1. Lord Parshvanatha, the master of all three worlds, endowed with golden complexion and with a gait like an elephant, destroyer of all four passions and one who has cut apart the Cupid's arrow, may you be ever victorious 1 .2. O Lord Parshvanatha, your graceful body shines with rays emitted by the jewel on the hood of the cobra covering your head and by lightning accompanying the torrential rain; grant me that what I desire. .2 Page #135 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 49. bharahesara sajjhAya - BHARAHESARA SAJJHAYA 49. bharahesara sajjhAya - Bharahesara Sajjhaya 49. Introduction This sajjhaya (swadhyaya) is in praise of the extra-ordinary great persons who lived in the past. It is recited during rai pratikramana in the morning. In this hymn, there are names of 53 virtuous men and 47 virtuous women who in their lives have shown extra ordinary virtues and have lived an ideal Jain life. By reciting the names of such great men and women, we remember their exemplary character so that it inspires us to bring similar qualities to our life. 49. bharahesara sajjhAya ....... bharahesara bAhubalI, abhaya kumAro a DhaMDhaNa kumAro. sirio aNNiA utto, aimutto nAgadatto a.... meajja thUlabhaddo, vayara risI naMdiseNa sIhagirI. kayavanno a sukosala, puMDarIo kesI karakaMDU. halla vihalla sudaMsaNa, sAla mahAsAla sAlibhaddo a. bhaddo dasannabhaddo, pasannacaMdo a jasabhaddo... jaMbu pahU vaMkacUlo, gaya sukumAlo avaMti sukumAlo. dhanno ilAi putto, cilAi putto a bAhumuNI.. ajja girI ajja rakkhia, ajja suhatthI udAyago maNago. kAlaya sUrI saMbo, pajjunno mUladevo a.... pabhavo viNhu kumAro, adda kumAro daDhappahArI a. ................3. ......... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 135 Page #136 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 49. bharahesara sajjhAya - BHARAHESARA SAJJHAYA sijjaMsa kUragaDU a, sijjaMbhava meha kumAro a................... emAi mahAsattA, diMtu suhaM guNa-gaNehiM saMjuttA. jesiM nAma-gahaNe, pAva-ppabaMdhA vilijjaMti. sulasA caMdanabAlA, maNoramA mayaNarehA damayaMtI. namayA suMdarI sIyA, naMdA bhaddA subhaddA ya...... rAimaI risidattA, pa3mAvaI aMjaNA siridevI. jiTTa sujiTTha migAvaI, pabhAvaI cillaNAdevI... baMbhI suMdarI ruppiNI, revaI kuMtI sivA jayaMtI ya. devaI dovaI dhAraNI, kalAvaI pupphacUlA ya........ paumAvaI ya gorI, gaMdhArI lakkhamaNA susImA ya. jaMbUvaI saccabhAmA, ruppiNI kaNhaha mahisIo. .. jakkhA ya jakkhadinnA, bhUA taha ceva bhUadinnA ya. seNA veNA reNA, bhaiNIo thUlabhaddassa.... iccAi mahA-saIo, jayaMti akalaMka-sIla-kaliAo. ajja vi vajjai jAsiM, jasa-paDaho tihuaNe sayale. ........... 49. Bharahesara Sajjhaya Bharahesara bahubali, abhaya kumaro a dhandhana kumaro. Sirio annia utto, aimutto nagadatto a.................. ...................1. Meajja thulabhaddo, vayara risi nandisena sihagiri. Kayavanno a sukosala, pundario kesi karakandu. Halla vihalla sudansana, sala mahasala salibhaddo a. 136 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #137 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 49. bharahesara sajjhAya - BHARAHESARA SAJJHAYA Bhaddo dasannabhaddo, pasannachando a jasabhaddo. ....... 3. Jambu pahu vankachulo, gaya sukumalo avanti sukumalo. Dhanno ilai putto, chilai putto a bahumuni.... ................ 4. Ajja giri ajja rakkhia, ajja suhatthi udayago manago. Kalaya suri sambo, pajjunno muladevo a.......... ............... Pabhavo vinhu kumaro, adda kumaro dadhappahari a. Sijjansa kuragadu a, sijjambhava meha kumaro a. ............... 6. Emai mahasatta, dintu suham guna-ganehim sanjutta. Jesim nama-ggahane, pava-ppabandha vilijjanti. ............... 7 Sulasa shandanabala, manorama mayanareha damayanti. Namaya sundari siya, nanda bhadda subhadda ya. .............. 8. Raimai risidatta, paumavai anjana siridevi. Jittha sujittha migavai, pabhavai chillanadevi........ Bambhi sundari ruppini, revai kunti siva jayanti ya. Devai dovai dharani, kalavai pupphachula ya. ...................... 10. Paumavai ya gori, gandhari lakkhamana susima ya. Jambuvai sachchabhama, ruppini kanhattha mahisio.............. 11. Jakkha ya jakkhadinna, bhua taha cheva bhuadinna ya. Sena vena rena, bhainio thulabhaddassa. ...... Ichchai maha-saio, jayanti akalanka-sila-kaliao. Ajja vi vajjai jasim, jasa-padaho tihuane sayale..... .................9. ................ ........ 49. Sutra Meaning: King Bharata, Bahubali, Abhaya kumara, Dhandhana kumara, Sriyaka, son of Arnika, Atimukta, Nagadatta and .................... 1. Muni Metarya, Sthulabhadra, Vajra rsi, Nandisena, Sihagiri, Krtapunya (Kayavanna), muni Sukosala, Pundarika, Kesi, Karakandu and ..........2 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 137 Page #138 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 49. bharahesara sajjhAya - BHARAHESARA SAJJHAYA Halla, Vihalla, Setha Sudarsana, Sala, Mahasala muni, Salibhadra, Bhadrabahu svami, Dasarnabhadra, Prasannacandra rajarsi, Yasobhadra suri and .......... ...........3. Jambusvami, prince Vankacula, Gajasukumar, Avantisukur, dhanna, son of ilaci, son of cilati, muni bahu and ................... 4. Arya Mahagiri, Arya Raksita, Arya Suhasti Suri, Rajarsi Udayana, Manaka Kumara, Kalaka Suri, Samba Kumara, Pradyumna Kumara, King Muladeva and ...... ..........5. Prabhava Svami, Visnu Kumara, Ardra Kumara, Drdha Prahari, Sreyansa, Kuragadu Muni, Sayyambhava Svami and Megha Kumara ............6. Such great persons possessing great virtues may confer happiness; by reciting whose names, the fetter of sins are destroyed. .......... ............7 Sulasa, Candanabala, Manorama, Madanarekha, Damayanti, Narmada Sundari, Sita, Nanda, Bhadra, Subhadra and ......... 8. Rajimati, Rsidatta, Padmavati, Anjana Sundari, Sridevi, Jyestha, Sujyestha, Mrgavati, Prabhavati, Cellana Devi and .............9. Brahmi, Sundari, Rukmini, Revati, Kunti, Siva, Jayanti, Devaki, Draupadi, Dharani, Kalavati, Puspacula and ....... ............ 10. Padmavati, Gauri, Gandhari, Laksmana, Susima, Jambuvati, Satyabhama And Rukmini-- these eight chief queens of sri krsna and ............ 11. Yaksa, Yaksadatta, Bhuta, Bhutadatta, Sena, Vena, and Rena-- (these seven) Sisters of Sthulabhadra, ............. 12. Such great chaste women observing pure celibacy without blemish attain victory and their drums of glory reverberates even this day in all three worlds... .......... 13. 138 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #139 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 50. mannaha jiNANaM sajjhAya - MANNAHA JINANAM SAJJHAYA 50. mannaha jiNANaM sajjhAya - Mannaha Jinanam Sajjhaya 50. Introduction This sutra describes the 36 essential duties of a layperson. As described in this hymn all recommendations are selfexplanatory and easy to understand. Since a layperson does not give up worldly possessions completely, these activities should be performed as they are beneficial to one-self. They help a person to become righteous and bring equanimity. Other people who are in close contact with them will also be attracted to join the congregation. 50. mannaha jiNANaM sajjhAya mannaha jiNANamANaM, micchaM pariharaha, dharaha sammattaM. chavviha-Avassayammi, ujjutto hoi pai-divasaM. pavvesu posaha-vayaM, dANaM sIlaM tavo a bhAvo a. sajjhAya namukkAro, parovayAro a jayaNA a........... jiNa-pUA jiNa-thuNaNaM, guru-thua sAhammiANa vacchallaM. vavahArassa ya suddhI, raha-jattA tittha-jattA ya. uvasama-vivega-saMvara, bhAsA-samiI chajIva-karuNA ya. dhammia-jaNa-saMsaggo, karaNa-damo caraNa-pariNAmo.. saMghovari bahu-mANo, putthaya-lihaNaM pabhAvaNA titthe. saDDhANa kiccameaM, niccaM sugurU-vaeseNaM... PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 139 Page #140 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 50. Hrole GUITUT HESIR - MANNAHA JINNAM SAJJHAYA 50. Mannaha Jinanam Sajjhaya Mannaha jinanamanam, michchham pariharaha, Dharaha sammattam. Chhavviha-avassayammi, ujjutto hoi pai-divasam................... Pavvesu posaha-vayam, danam silam tavo a bhavo a. Sajjhaya namukkaro, parovayaro a jayana a........... ................2. Jina-pua jina-thunanam, guru-thua sahammiana vacchhallam. Vavaharassa ya suddhi, raha-jatta tittha-jatta ya..................3. Uvasama-vivega-samvara, bhasa-samii chajiva-karuna ya. Dhammia-jana-samsaggo, karana-damo carana-parinamo. ... 4. Samghovari bahu-mano, putthaya-lihanas pabhavana titthe. Saddhana kichchameas, nichcham suguru-vaesenan. .........5. 50. Sutra Meaning: Recommendation of 36 worthy acts for a layperson. (1) Follow Tirthankars' preachings of Ahimsa, Anekantwad, and non-possessiveness (2) Give up any beliefs based on fear, greed, and glorification. (3) Accept right faith (4-9) Always diligently perform the six essential duties, ........... 1 (10) Do paushadhvrata for a day during religious festivals (11) Give charity to the needy people (12) Be faithful to your spouse (13) Observe external and internal austerities (14) Contemplate on the 12 themes of reflection (bhavna) (15) Study the scriptures (swadhyaya) (16) Pay obeisance to the five supreme beings 140 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #141 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ ......... 50. Hoole FAUTUT Hosity - MANNAHA JINANAM SAJJHAYA (17) Be benevolent and help others to the best of your ability (18) Protect all living beings. (19) Worship Tirthankars (20) Recite the hymns of praise to the Tirthankars (21) Recite the hymns of praise to the spiritual preceptor (22) Be affectionate towards fellow human beings (23) Be honest in all business transactions (24) Organize religious seminars (25) Visit pilgrimage places (26) Be peaceful (27) Have discretion (28) Stop inflow of karma (29) Be watchful of language (30) Have compassion towards all living beings (31) Keep company of spiritual people (32) Control sense organs and (33) Have desire for renunciation or Diksha.......... (34) Respect the four-fold Sangha or community (35) Contribute to the writing and printing of religious books (36) Spread the message of religion Understand how to carry out all these benevolent acts from a Guru and have faith. .. ......... ......5 olber PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 141 Page #142 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA - SAKALA TIRTHA VANDANA 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA - Sakala Tirtha Vandana 51. Introduction To pay obeisance to all the eternal (shasvata) and non-eternal (ashasvata) temples, images of Tirthankars, and to prominent heavenly gods and seers. 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA sakala tIrtha vaMdu kara joDa, jinavara nAme maMgala kroDa. pahele svarge lAkha batrIza, jinavara caitya namuM niza-diza......... bIje lAkha aThThAvIza kayAM, trIje bAra lAkha saddayAM. cothe svarge aDa lakha dhAra, pAMcame vaMduM lAkha ja cAra. ............. chaDhe svarge sahasa pacAsa, sAtame cAlIsa sahasa prAsAda. AThame svarge cha hajAra, nava dazame vaMdu zata cAra....... ...........3. agiyAra bArame traNaseM sAra, nava graiveyake traNaseM aDhAra. pAMca anuttara sarve maLI, lAkha corAzI adhikAM vaLI. ............. sahasa sattANuM trevIsa sAra, jinavara bhavana taNo adhikAra. lAMbAM so jojana vistAra, pacAsa UMcAM bahoMtera dhAra.... eka so eMzI biMba pramANa, sabhA sahita eka caitye jANa. so kroDa bAvana kroDa saMbhAla, lAkha corANuM sahasa cauAla............ sAtaseM upara sATha vizAla, savi biMba praNamaMtraNa kAla. sAta kroDa ne bahoMtera lAkha, bhavanapatimA devaLa bhAkha. eka so eMzI biMba pramANa, eka eka caitye saMkhyA jANa. 142 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #143 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA - SAKALA TIRTHA VANDANA ............ teraseM kroDa nevyAsI kroDa, sATha lAkha vaMdaM kara joDa......................8. batrIsameM ne ogaNasATha, tILa lokamAM caityano pATha. traNa lAkha ekANuM hajAra, traNaseM vIza te biMba juhAra. ............. vyaMtara jyotiSImAM vaLI jeha, zAzvatA jina vaMdu teha. RSabha, caMdrAnana, vAriSeNa, vardhamAna nAme guNa-seNa... sammeta-zikhara vaMdu jina vIza, aSTApada vaMduM covIza. vimalAcala ne gaDha giranAra, Abu upara jinavara juhAra. ............ zaMkhezvara kesariyo sAra, tAraMge zrI ajita juhAra. aMtarikkha varakANo pAsa, jIrAulo ne thaMbhaNa pAsa... ............. gAma nagara pura pATaNa jeha, jinavara caitya namuM guNageha. viharamAna vaMduM jina vIza, siddha anaMta namuM niza-diza.. ...........13. aDhI dvIpamA je aNagAra, aDhAra sahasa zIlAMganA dhAra. paMca mahA-vrata samiti sAra, pALe paLAve paMcAcAra..... ................14. bAhya abhyaMtara tapa ujamAla, te muni vaMduM guNa-maNi-mAla. nita nita UThI kIrti karUM, jIva kahe bhava sAyara taruM.. ................15. 51. Sakala Tirtha Vandana Sakala tirtha vandu kara joda, jinavara name mangala kroda. Pahele svarge lakha batrisa, jinavara chaitya namu nisa-disa. Bije lakha atthavisa kahya, trije bara lakha saddahya. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 143 Page #144 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA Chothe svarge ada lakha dhara, panchame vandu lakha ja chara.. Chhatthe svarge sahasa pachasa, satame chalisa sahasa prasada. Athame svarge chha hajara, nava dasame vandu sata chara... SAKALA TIRTHA VANDANA Agiyara barame tranase sara, nava graiveyake tranase adhara. Pancha anuttara sarve mali, lakha chorasi adhika vai....... Sahasa sattanu trevisa sara, jinavara bhavana tano adhikara. Lamba so jojana vistara, pachasa uncha bahotera dhara... Eka so ensi bimba pramana, sabha sahita eka chaitye jana. So kroda bavana kroda sambhala, lakha choranu sahasa chauala. Satase upara satha visala, savi bimba pranamu trana kala. Sata kroda ne bahotera lakha, bhavanapatima deva bhakha.. Eka so ensi bimba pramana, eka eka chaitye sankhya jana. Terase kroda nevyasi kroda, satha lakha vandu kara joda. Batrisase ne oganasatha, 144 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 2. 3. 4. 5. .6. .7. 8. Page #145 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA tirchha lokama chaityano patha. Trana lakha ekanu hajara, tranase visa te bimba juhara... Vyantara jyotisima vali jeha, sasvata jina vandu teha. Rsabha, chandranana, varisena, vardhamana name guna-sena.. Sammeta-sikhara vandu jina visa, astapada vandu chovisa. Vimalachala ne gadha giranara, abu upara jinavara juhara. . Sankhesvara kesariyo sara, tarange sri ajita juhara. Antarikkha varakano pasa, jiraulo ne thambhana pasa.. Gama nagara pura patana jeha, jinavara chaitya namu gunageha. Viharamana vandu jina visa, siddha ananta namu nisa-disa. Adhi dvipama je anagara, adhara sahasa silangana dhara. Pancha maha-vrata samiti sara, - pale palave panchachara... Bahya abhyantara tapa ujamala, te muni vandu guna-mani-mala. Nita nita uthi kirti karu, jiva kahe bhava sayara taru.. SAKALA TIRTHA VANDANA PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 145 Page #146 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 51. sakala tIrtha vandanA - 51. Sutra Meaning: To pay obeisance to all the eternal (shasvata) and non-eternal (ashasvata) images of Tirthankars, and to prominent heavenly gods and seers. SAKALA TIRTHA VANDANA With my hands clasped, I worship all the places of pilgrimage, because millions of beneficial things happen upon recitation of the names of Tirthankars. In the first heaven there are 32 hundred thousand Jina-Temples. I pay my respect to all the Jina images daily 1. In the second heaven there are 28 hundred thousand; in the third there are 12 hundred thousand; in the fourth there are 8 hundred thousand and in the fifth heaven there are 4 hundred thousand temples. I pay my homage to all the Jina images in them.......2. In the sixth heaven there are 50 thousand; in the seventh heaven there are 40 thousand; in eighth heaven there are 6 thousand; in ninth heaven there are 4 hundred; and in the tenth heaven there are 4 hundred temples. I pay homage to all the Jina images in them..... .3. In the eleventh heaven there are 3 hundred; in the twelfth heaven there are 3 hundred; in nine Grayvayakas there are 318; in the five heavens of spiritual conquest (anuttara), there are more than 84 hundred thousand Jain temples.. .....4. 146 (Explanation There are five Anuttar heavens of Spiritual Conquest in the topmost part of the Upper World. Their individual names are Vijaya, Vaijayanta, Jayanta, Aparajita and Sarvarthasiddha. In the first four heavens, the heavenly gods (devas) will attain liberation during their third births. Heavenly gods in the Sarvarthasiddha heaven, the highest and most sublime, will attain liberation in their next birth. The nine Graiveyake heavens are so named because they are located near the neck of the Jain cosmos and just below Anuttara heavens). - There are 97,023 thousand exquisite temples of Tirthankars. According to the description in scriptures the dimensions of each temple in the upper world are 100 Yojanas in length (1 Yojana is 4 miles), 50 Yojanas wide and 72 Yojanas in height. I pay homage to all of them.. 5. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #147 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 51. Hohet atef dogo - SAKALA TIRTHA VANDANA It should be remembered that in each Jina Temple with an assembly hall, there are 180 images of Jina. the ones without an assembly hall each have 120 images; that makes 152 million 94 hundred thousand and 40 thousand images (1,529,444,760) I bow to all of them. ...........6. In the abyss (deep part) of the middle world, where there are residence for Bhavanapatis (palace dwelling celestial beings), there are 7 million 72 thousand huge temples (77,200,000) .... 7. In each temple, there are 180 images of Jinas. The total comes to 1389 million and 60 thousand images (13,896,000,000).......... 8. In the middle world there are 3259 Jain temples, with 3 hundred thousand 91 thousand 3 hundred and 20 (391,320) images in them ....... ........9 In the regions of forest dwelling gods (vyantardeva) and luminous gods (jyotishika deva), there are innumerable temples. I pay my homage to all the images of Jinas in permanently located temples whose names are Rushabh, Chandranana, Varishena and Vardhmana....... ........ 10. I pay homage and praise all the 20 images on Sametashikhara, 24 images on Ashtapad Mountain, and all the images on Shatrunjaya (Vimalachala), Girnara and Abu........... ............. 11. I pay homage to Lord Parshvanatha at Shankheshwara, Lord Ajitnatha at Kesariyaji and Taranga, Antriksha and Varkana Parshvanatha, Jiravala and Stambhana Parshvanatha........... 12. I pay homage to all the images in temples of villages, towns, cities and capital cities of all the provinces of Bharata; and every day ! respect the 20 existing Tirthankaras of Mahavideha continent and infinite number of perfected souls (Siddhas) who are liberated.(siddhapada) ......... .......... 13. | pay homage every morning to all the sages of two and a half islands (adhidwipa), who strictly observe themselves and help others to observe the eighteen thousands restraints, 5 major vows, the path of fivefold vigilance (samiti) and 5 categories of ethical behavior (achara), who have practiced 6 external and 6 internal austerities and who are full of pious attributes like a string of precious stones. "Thus", says Jiv Vijay Maharaj, the composer of this sutra "I will cross the ocean of the mundane existence"..... 14. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 147 Page #148 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ A. prabhAta ke paccakkhANa A. prabhAta ke paccakkhANa Morning Pachchakkhanas 1. namukkArasahiaM-muTThisahiaM - uggae sUre namukkAra-sahiaM, muTThi - sahiaM ' paccakkhAi cauvvihaMpi AhAraM asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA -gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva- samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM 'vosirai. - -- MORNING PACHCHAKKHANAS 1. Namukkarasahiam-Mutthisahiam Uggae sure namukkara-sahiam, mutthi-sahiam 'pachchakkhai chauvvihampi aharam-- asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. 2. porisI / sADDha -porisI 5 uggae sUre 8+porisiM / sADDha-porisiM, muTThi-sahiaM paccakkhAi, uggae sUre cauvvihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA-gAreNaM, pacchanna-kAleNaM, disA moheNaM, sAhu-vayaNeNaM, mahattarAgAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. 2. Porisi / Saddha-Porisi Uggae sure *porisim / saddha-porisim, mutthi-sahiam pachchakkhai, Uggae sure chauvvihampi aharam-- asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, pachchhanna paccakkhANa lene vAlA vyakti paccakkhANa lete samaya paccakkhAi / vasira ke sthAna para paccakkhAmi / vosirAmi bole. 148 6 Same as above 7 The person taking pachchakkhana should say pachchakkhami/vosirami in place of pachchakkhai / vosirai while taking the pachchakkhana 8 *jo paccakkhANa ho, vahI boleM 9 * say only that, which the pachchakkhana is PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #149 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ A. prabhAta ke paccakkhANa MORNING PACHCHAKKHANAS kalenam, disa-mohenam, sahu-vayanenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. 3. purimaDDha / avaDDha sUre ugga purimaDDha / avaDDha muTThi sahiaM paccakkhAi cauvvihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, pacchanna-kAleNaM, disA-moheNaM, sAhu-vayaNeNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savvasamAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. 3. Purimaddha / Avaddha Sure uggae *purimaddha / avaddha mutthi-sahiam pachchakkhai Chauvvihampi aharam-- asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam Annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, pachchhanna-kalenam, Disa-mohenam, sahu-vayanenam, mahattara-garenam, * - Savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. 4. egAsaNA / biyAsaNA uggae sUre *namukkAra-sahiaM / porisiM / sADDha -porisiM / sUre uggae purimaDDha / avaDDha muTThi sahiaM paccakkhAi uggae sUre cauvvihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, pacchanna-kAleNaM, disA-moheNaM, sAhu-vayaNeNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savvasamAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vigaIo paccakkhAi annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasAgAreNaM, levA-leveNaM, gihattha-saMsadveNaM, ukkhitta-vivegeNaM, paDucca-makkhieNaM, pAriTThAvaNiyA-gAreNaM, mahattarA - gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM *egAsaNaM / biyAsaNaM paccakkhAi tivihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA gAreNaM, sAgAriyA-gAreNaM, AuMTaNapasAreNaM, guru-abbhuTThANeNaM, pAriTThAvaNiyA-gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savvasamAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM, pANassa leveNa vA aleveNa vA, accheNa vA, bahaleNa vA, sasittheNa vA asittheNa vA vosirai. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 149 Page #150 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ A. prabhAta ke paccakkhANa - MORNING PACHCHAKKHANAS 4. Egasana / Biyasana Uggae sure *namukkara-sahiam / porisim / saddha-porisim / Sure uggae purimaddha / avaddha mutthi-sahiam pachchakkhai uggae sure chauvihampi aharam-- asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam Annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, pachchhanna-kalenam, Disa-mohenam, sahu-vayanenam, mahattara-garenam, Savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vigaio pachchakkhai annatthanabhogenam, sahasa-garenam, leva-levenam, gihatthasansatthenam, Ukkhitta-vivegenam, paduchcha-makkhienam, paritthavaniyagarenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam *egasanam / biyasanam pachchakkhai tivihampi aharam-- asanam, khaimam, saimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasagarenam, sagariya-garenam, Auntana-pasarenam, guru-abbhutthanenam, paritthavaniyagarenam, mahattara-garenam, sawa-samahi-vattiya-garenam, panassa levena va, alevena va, achchhena va, bahalena va, sasitthena va asitthena va Vosirai. 5. AyaMbila | nIvI uThagae sUre *namukkAra-sahiaM / porisiM | sADDha-porisiM / sUre uThagae purimaDDha / avaDDha muTThi-sahiaM paccakkhAi uggae sUre cauvvihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, pANaM, khAima, sAimaM, annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA gAreNaM, pacchanna-kAleNaM, disA-moheNaM, sAhu-vayaNeNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savvasamAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM, 'AyaMbilaM / nivvi vigaIo paccakkhAi annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA-gAreNaM, levA-leveNaM, gihattha-saMsaTeNaM, ukkhittavivegeNaM, pAriTThAvaNiyA-gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyAgAreNaM, egAsaNaM paccakkhAi tivihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, khAima, sAimaM annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA-gAreNaM, sAgariyA-gAreNaM, AuMTaNa-pasAreNaM, guruabbhuTThANeNaM, pAriTThAvaNiyA-gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA 150 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #151 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ A. prabhAta ke paccakkhANa MORNING PACHCHAKKHANAS gAreNaM, pANassa leveNa vA, aleveNa vA, accheNa vA, bahaleNa vA, sasittheNa vA, asittheNa vA vosirai. 5. Ayambila / Nivi Uggae sure *namukkara-sahiam/porisim / saddha-porisim / Sure uggae purimaddha / avaddha mutthi-sahiam pachchakkhai uggae sure chauvvihampi aharam-- asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam, Annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa garenam, pachchhanna-kalenam, Disa-mohenam, sahu-vayanenam, mahattara-garenam, Savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam, *ayambilam / nivvi vigaio pachchakkhai annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, levalevenam, Gihattha-sansatthenam, ukkhitta-vivegenam, paritthavaniya - garenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam, egasanam pachchakkhai tivihampi aharam-- asanam, khaimam, saimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, sagariyagarenam,auntana-pasarenam, Guru-abbhutthanenam, paritthavaniya-garenam, mahattaragarenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam, panassa levena va, alevena va, Achchhena va, bahalena va, sasitthena va, asitthena va vosirai. 6. tivihAra upavAsa / **pANahAra sUre uggae abbhattaTThe paccakkhAi tivihaMpi AhAraM asaNaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA gAreNaM, pAriTThAvaNiyA-gAreNaM, mahattarAgAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM, **pANahAra porisiM / sADDha porisiM sUre uggae purimaDDha / avaDDha muTThi sahiaM paccakkhAi, annatthaNAbhogeNaM, sahasA-gAreNaM, pacchanna-kAleNaM, disA-moheNaM, sAhu-vayaNeNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM, pANassa leveNa vA, aleveNa vA, accheNa vA, bahaleNa vA, sasittheNa vA, asittheNa vA vosirai. * PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 151 Page #152 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ A. prabhAta ke paccakkhANa 6. Tivihara Upavasa / **Panahara Sure uggae abbhattattham pachchakkhai tivihampi aharam-Asanam, khaimam, saimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasagarenam, paritthavaniya-garenam, mahattara-garenam, Savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam, **panahara *porisim / saddha - MORNING PACHCHAKKHANAS porisim / Sure uggae purimaddha / avaddha mutthi-sahiam pachchakkhai, Annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, pachchhanna-kalenam, Disa-mohenam, sahu-vayanenam, mahattara-garenam, Savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam, panassa levena va, alevena va, Achchhena va, bahalena va, sasitthena va, asitthena va vosirai. (** take the pachchakkhana of panahara from here.) 7. cauvihAra upavAsa sUre uggae abbhattaTThe paccakkhAi cauvvihaMpi AhAraM asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM, annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, pAriTThAvaNiyA-gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. 152 7. Chauvihara Upavasa Sure uggae abbhattattham pachchakkhai chauvvihampi aharam-Asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam, annatthana-bhogenam, Sahasa-garenam, paritthavaniya-garenam, mahattara-garenam, Savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #153 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ B. zAma ke paccakkhANa EVENING PACHCHAKKHANAS B. zAma ke paccakkhANa Evening Pachchakkhanas 1. pANahAra - Panahara - pANahAra divasa-carimaM paccakkhAi annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. Panahara divasa-charimam pachchakkhai annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiyagarenam vosirai. 2. cauvihAra upavAsa Chauvihara Upavasa - sUre uggae abbhattaTThe paccakkhAi cauvvihaMpi AhAraM asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM, annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savvasamAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. Sure uggae abbhattattham pachchakkhai chauvvihampi aharam-Asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam, annatthana-bhogenam, Sahasa-garenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiyagarenam vosirai. 3. cauvvihAra - Chauvvihara divasa-carimaM paccakkhAi cauvvihaMpi AhAraM-- asaNaM, pANaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA- bhogeNaM, sahasA -gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhivattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. Divasa-charimam pachchakkhai chauvvihampi aharam-Asanam, panam, khaimam, saimam annatthana- bhogenam, Sahasa-garenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiyagarenam vosirai. PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 153 Page #154 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ B. zAma ke paccakkhANa EVENING PACHCHAKKHANAS 4. tivihAra - Tivihara divasa-carimaM paccakkhAi tivihaMpi AhAraM- asaNaM, khAimaM, sAimaM annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. Divasa-charimam pachchakkhai tivihampi aharam- Asanam, khaimam, saimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasagarenam, Mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. 5. duvihAra - Duvihara divasa-carimaM paccakkhAi duvihaMpi AhAraM -- asaNaM, khAimaM annatthaNA-bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. Divasa-charimam pachchakkhai duvihampi aharam- Asanam, khaimam annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, Mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. 6. desAvagAsika - Desavagasika desAvagAsiaM uvabhogaM paribhogaM paccakkhAi annatthaNA - bhogeNaM, sahasA - gAreNaM, mahattarA-gAreNaM, savva-samAhi-vattiyA-gAreNaM vosirai. Desavagasiam uvabhogam paribhogam pachchakkhai annatthana-bhogenam, sahasa-garenam, mahattara-garenam, savva-samahi-vattiya-garenam vosirai. 154 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #155 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. Sutras and their Recitation Chhanda All Pratikraman sutras need to be recited in its proper Chhand. This is essential to gain the maximum spitual benefit. Jain scholars have compiled these Sutras in various Chhands. One needs to learn the proper way of recitation from a learned teacher. chaMda sUtra namaskAra mahAmantra namaskAra mahAmantra C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA paMciMdIya sUtra khamAsamaNa sUtra IcchakAra sUtra abbhUDio sUtra iriyAvahiyaM sUtra tassa uttarI sUtra annattha sUtra logassa sUtra logassa sUtra Sutra Namaskar Mahamantra Namaskar Mahamantra Panchidiya Sutra Khamasamana Sutra Icchakara Sutra Abhuttiho Sutra Iriyavahiyam Sutra Tassauttari Sutra Annattha Sutra Logassa Sutra Logassa Sutra Gatha 1 thI 5 6 thI 9 1 2 thI 7 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK silogo |Silogo (Shloka) gAhA Chhand gAhA Gaha (Gatha) silogo Silogo (Shloka) Gaha (Gatha) 155 Page #156 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA karemi bhaMte sAmAyika pAravAnuM Samayik sUtra jaga ciMtAmaNi sUtra jaga ciMtAmaNi sUtra jaga ciMtAmaNi sUtra jaMkiMci sUtra namutthuNaM sUtra jAvaMti ceIAIM sUtra jAvaMta kevi sAhU sUtra paMca parameSThi namaskAra sUtra uvasaggaharaM sUtra 156 Karemibhante Parvanu Sutra Jag Chintamani Jag Chintamani Jam Kinchi Sutra Namutthunam Sutra Javanti Chei aaiyim Jag Chintamani 5 Javant Kevi Sahu Panch Parmeshthi Namaskar 1 thI 4 Uvassaggahara m Sutra 1 2 thI 3 | vastu 1 10 1 1 1 thI 5 gAhA PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK rolA gAhA gAhA gAhA gAhA gAhA gAhA Gaha (Gatha) Rola Vastu Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Page #157 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA jayavIyarAya sUtra Jaiviyaraya 1 thI 4 | gAhA Gaha (Gatha) Silogo (Shloka) 15 jayavIyarAya sUtra | Jaiviyaraya silogo arihaMta ceiyANaM Arihant Cheiyanam Sutra obecuci I Kallan Kandam Sutra 1 upendrava Upendr avajra jA kallANakaMdaM stuti | Kallan Kandam | 2,3,4 Sutra upajAti | Upjati Honelateral de Sakalkushal valli mAlinI | Malini upajAti | Upjati saMsAradAvA stuti | Sansardava HARGIAT Fora Sansardava sasA 2 vasanta / Vasantti laka tilakA Sansardava Hogisht | Mandak ranta ntA saMsAradAvA stuti | Sansardava sragdharA Sragdha ra pukkharavaradIvaDDhe 1,2 Pukkharvardi Vaddhe | gAhA Gaha (Gatha) 3 pukkharavaradIvaDDhe Pukkharvardi Vaddhe vasanta tilakA Vasantti laka PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 157 Page #158 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA pukkharavaradIvaDDhe Pukkharvardi Vaddhe | zArdUlavI kriDita Shardul vikridita 16 siddhANa buddhANaM sUtra Siddhanam Buddhanam gAhA Gaha (Gatha) veyAvaccagarANaM Veyavacchagar anam bhagavAnAdi vaMdana Bhagwanadi Vandan Sutra sUtra devasia paDikkamaNe ThAuM Devsia Paddikamane Thaum icchAmi ThAmi sUtra Icchami Thami Sutra Panchachar Atichar Gatha 1thI 8 | gaahaa| Gaha (Gatha) paMcAcAranA aticAranI gAthAo suguru vaMdanA sUtra | Suguru Vandana devasiaM Alou | Devsiam Aalou sUtra sAta lAkha sUtra | Sat Lakh Sutra aDhAra pApasthAnaka Adhar Papsthanak sUtra savvassa vi sUtra Savvassavvi Sutra 158 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #159 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA icchAmi paDikkamiuM sUtra vaMdittU sUtra vaMdittU sUtra vaMdittU sUtra Icchami Padikkamiu Vandittu Vandittu Ayariya uvajjhAe Ayariya Uvazzaye sUtra vizAlalocana sUtra vizAlalocana sUtra Vandittu namostu varddhamAnAya Namostu sUtra vizAlalocana sUtra namostu varddhamAnAya Namostu sUtra Varddhamanay namostu varddhamAnAya Namostu sUtra Varddhamanay Varddhamanay Vishallochan Vishallochan Vishallochan 1 thI 48 49 50 1 thI 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK gAhA silogo Silogo gAhA gAhA anuSTupa aupaccha ndasika vaMzastha Gaha (Gatha) anuSTupa aupaccha ndasika vaMzastha (Shloka) Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Anushtu P Aupcha ndsika Vansha stha Anushtu p Aupcha ndsika Vansha stha 159 Page #160 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA zrutadevatAnI stuti | Shrutdevta Stuti |1 gAhA Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) kSetradevatAnI stuti Kshetradevta Stuti gAhA Kamaldal Stuti kamaladala stuti 1 gAhA Gaha (Gatha) Bhavandevta Stuti bhavanadevatAnI stuti 345CISCUT HE vara-kanaka stuti Addhaijjesu Var Kanak Stuti gAhA Gaha (Gatha) laghuzAMti stava Laghu Shanti Stava 1thI gAhA Gaha (Gatha) 15 laghuzAMti stava Laghu Shanti Stava | 16 thI | phalazruti Falshrut 17 laghuzAMti stava Laghu Shanti Stava | 18 thI 19 | silogo Silogo (Shloka) caukkasAya sUtra 1 Chaukkasaya Sutra pAdakula | Padkula Chaukkasaya caukkasAya sUtra | Sutra aDilla Adillaya Bharhesar Sazzaya 1 thI bharahesaranI sajjhAya gAhA Gaha (Gatha) 160 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #161 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA mannaha jiNANaM 1 thI 5 | gAhA Mannaha Jinanam Sakal Tirth Vandana Gaha (Gatha) Chopai sakala tIrthavaMdanA 1 thI copAi 15 posaha pAravAnuM sUtra Posah Parvanu |1thI 3 | gAhA Sutra Gaha (Gatha) saMtikaraM stavana Santikaram 1 thI 14 | gAhA Gaha (Gatha) sakalArhata stotra Saklarhat 1 thI | anuSTupa | A Anushtu 27 Handle Flat Saklarhat 28 gAhA Gaha (Gatha) sakalArhata stotra Saklarhat 29 zArdUlavI | Shardul vikridita kriDita Saklarhat |30 mAlinI | Malini Vrutta -vRtta Saklarhat 31 anuSTupa Anushtu sakalArhata stotra Saklarhat 32 thI | zArdalavI | Shardul vikridita 33 kriDita Folldei Fara snAta Snatasya 1 thI 2 | zArdalavI | Shardul vikridita kriDita Folldei Fara Snatasya 3 thI 4 | sragdharA Sragdha ra PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 161 Page #162 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ ajitazAMti stavana C. SUTRAS AND THEIR RECITATION CHHANDA bRhacchAMti stotra bRhacchAMti stotra bRhacchAMti stotra | bRhacchAMti stotra bRhacchAMti stotra bRhacchAMti stotra bhaktAmara stotra 162 Ajitshanti Bruhat Shanti Bruhat Shanti Bruhat Shanti Bruhat Shanti Bruhat Shanti Bruhat Shanti Bhaktamar 1 thI 12 1 thI 2 1 thI 7 1 2 thI 3 4 thI 5 1 thI 44 D PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK mandAkrA ntA anuSTupa gAhA anuSTupa Mandak ranta upajAti |Upjati gAhA vasanta tilakA Anushtu p Gaha (Gatha) Gaha (Gatha) Anushtu p Vasantti laka Page #163 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ D. mudrAoM kA paricaya - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES Introduction of Postures D. mudrAoM kA paricaya 1. pratikramaNa meM khar3e rahane kI Posture of standing in pratikramana mudrA Fig 1 mudrA 2. pratikramaNa meM baiThane kI Posture of sitting in pratikramana Fig 2 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 163 Page #164 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ D. mudrAoM kA paricaya - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES 3. sthApanAcAryajI ko sthApana karane kI mudrA Pose of consecrating the sthapanacaryaji Fig 3 4. sthApanAcAryajI ko utthApana karane kI mudrA Pose of deconsecrating the sthapanacaryaji Fig 4 164 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #165 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ D. mudrAoM kA paricaya - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES 5. khamAsamaNa mudrA - Posture of Khamasamana paMcAMga praNipAta mudrA - Pancanga Pranipata Mudra icchAmi khamAsamaNo ....... se nisIhiyAe taka ....khar3e hokara boleM . matthaeNa vaMdAmi kahate hue khamAsamaNa deM - pAMca aMga = do hAtha, do ghuTane evaM mastaka. Fig 5 Recite icchami khamasamano..... to nisihiyae standing pose (Pic. 3). Reciting matthaena vandami, give khamasamana - (Five body parts = 2 hands, 2 knees and head together.) (Pic. 5). 6. abbhuDiomi khamAne kI mudrA Posture of bowing abbhutthiomi icchAkAreNa se khAmemi devasiaM taka khar3e hokara kaheM jaM kiMci se micchA mi dukkaDaM taka khamAte hue kaheM Recite icchakarena to khamemi devasiam in standing pose (Pic. 3). Fig6 Bowing, recite jam kinci to miccha mi dukkadam (Pic. 6). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 165 Page #166 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ D. HGT3TT at fay - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES 7. kAyotsarga - jina mudrA Kayotsarga or Jina Mudra kAussagga - appANaM vosirAmi kahane ke bAda, nAsikA ke agra bhAga para dRSTi sthira karate hue, paira ke donoM aMgUThoM ke bIca cAra aMgula kA evaM er3iyoM ke bIca kucha kama (tIna aMgula se kucha jyAdA) aMtara rakhakara, zarIra ko sthira rakheM Kaussagga - After saying appanam vosirami, making the sight unwavering on the tip of the nose, keeping the space of four fingers in between the toes and little less (little more than three fingers) in between the heels of the legs, keep the body firm (Pic. 7). Fig 7 8. yoga mudrA - Yoga Mudra sakala-kuzala vallI , caitya-vaMdana, jaM kiMci (sUtra naM.12), namutthu NaM (sUtra naM.13), namorhat (sUtra naM.16), stavana evaM uvasagga-haraM stotra (sUtra naM.17) yoga mudrA meM jaya vIyarAya sUtra (sUtra naM.18) gAthA naM. 3, 4 aura 5 yoga mudrA meM Fig 8 Posture of reciting caitya vandana, jam kinci, namutthu nam, javanti ceiyaim, javanta ke vi, namorhat, uvassagga-haram and stavana (Pic. 8,9,10). 166 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #167 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 9. . muktA- zukti mudrA - Mukta Sukti Mudra 2 12 5 D. mudrAoM kA paricaya - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES Fig 9 jAvaMti cei (sUtra naM.14), jAvaMta ke vi (sUtra naM. 15) jaya vIyarAya sUtra (sUtra naM. 18) kI gAthA naM. 1 aura 2 Fig 10 Posture of reciting jaya viyaraya to abhavamakhanda (Pic. 9). 10. vIrAsana mudrA - Virasana Mudra Utter varijjai jai vi to jainam jayati sasanam in yoga mudra (Pic. 8,). vaMdittu sUtra (gAthA 43 taka bolane kI mudrA ) vIrAsana zeSa sUtra khar3e hokara boleM (ci. 3). 1. Posture of uttering vandittu sutra (upto stanza 43 ) (Pic. 10). 2. Recite rest of the sutra in standing pose (Pic. 3). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 167 Page #168 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ 11. guru vaMdanA kI mudrAe~ - Posture of Guru Vandana 6 16 Fig 11 D. mudrAoM kA paricaya - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES dvAdazAvarta vaMdana - dvadasavarta vandana Fig 12 18 Fig 13 168 icchAmi khamAsamaNo se me miuggahaM taka khar3e hokara boleM (ci. 3). nisIhi kahate hue pramArjana kara, kucha Age bar3hakara evaM pA~voM para baiThakara a--ho, kA--yaM, kA--ya; ja--ttA--bhe, ja--va--Ni, jjaM --ca--bhe - ina zabdoM kA uccAraNa karate samaya hAtha kI vividha mudrAe~ (ci. 11, 12, 13). Fig 14 meM namana saMphAsaM zabda kahate hue caravale para hAtha rakhakara, khamaNijjo aura khAmi zabda bolate zarIra ko hu jhukAkara yathAjAta mudrA kareM (ci. 14). 1. Recite icchami khamasamano to me miuggaham in standing pose (Pic. 3). 2. Various poses of hands while uttering the words--a--ho, ka-yam, ka--ya; ja--tta--bhe, ja--va--ni, jjan--ca--bhe after saying nisihi, moving a little farward, doing the pramarjana and sitting on the legs (Pic. 11, 12,13). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #169 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ D. mudrAoM kA paricaya - INTRODUCTION OF POSTURES 3. Keeping the hands over caravala while uttering the word samphasam, bow in yathajata mudra bending the body while saying the words khamanijjo and khamemi (Pic. 14). Forgiveness Poem Forgiveness is letting go of the pain and accepting what has happened, because it will not change. Forgiveness is dismissing the blame. Choices were made that caused the hurt; we each could have chosen differently, but we didn't. Forgiveness is looking at the pain, learning the lessons it has produced, and understanding what we have learned. Forgiveness allows us to move on towards a better understanding of universal love and our true purpose. Forgiveness is knowing that love is the answer to all questions, and that we all are in some way connected. Forgiveness is starting over with the knowledge that we have gained. I forgive you, and I forgive myself. I hope you can do the same. -Poem by Judith Mammay PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 169 Page #170 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ E. muhapatti kA paDilehaNa - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI E. muhapatti kA paDilehaNa - Padilehana of the Muhapatti paDilehaNa ke boloM ko bolate hue citroM meM darzAye anusAra muhapatti evaM zarIra kA paDilehaNa (pratilekhana)?B kareM (ci. 15 se 35). Perform the Padilehana (pratilekhana) of the muhapatti and the body uttering the words of padilehana as shown in the pictures (Pic. 15 to 35). ci. Fig 15 Fig 16 Fig 17 1. muhapatti kholakara, donoM hAtha meM pakar3ate hue, dRSTi paDilehaNa kara, "sUtra" zabda boleM (ci. 15). phira muhapatti ko dUsarI ora palaTakara, dRSTi paDilehaNa kara, "artha' zabda boleM (ci. 15). phira tIsarI bAra muhapatti ko palaTakara, dRSTi paDilehaNa kara, "tattva karI saddahuM" pada kaheM(ci. 15). 2. phira "samyaktva-mohanIya, mizra-mohanIya, mithyAtva-mohanIya pariharUM" kahate hue muhapatti ke eka kinAre ko hilAyeM (ci. 15). 1701 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #171 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ E. mahapatti kA paDilehaNa - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI isI taraha muhapatti ke dUsare kinAre ko hilAte hue "kAma-rAga, sneharAga, dRSTi-rAga, pariharUM" kaheM (ci. 15). 3. phira muhapatti ko bAyeM hAtha para rakhakara (ci. 16) --, 4. muhapatti ko dAhine hAtha kI aMguliyoM ke bIca pakar3akara, muhapatti ko bAyeM hAtha kI hathelI para se kohanI kI ora le jAte hue (muhapatti ko hAtha para sparza karAye binA) "sudeva, suguru, sudharma AdarUM" kaheM (ci. 17). 1. Opening the muhapatti, holding in both the hands, performing the padilehana by sight, say the word sutra (Pic. 15). Then turning over the muhapatti to other side, performing the padilehana by sight, say the word artha (Pic. 15). Turning over the muhapatti to the other side third time again, performing the padilehana by sight, say the phrase tattva kari saddhu (Pic. 15). 2. Then shake one corner of the muhapatti saying samyaktvamohaniya, misra-mohaniya, mithyatva-mohaniya pariharu (Pic. 15). Similarly say kama-raga, sneha-raga, drsti-raga, pariharu shaking the other corner of the muhapatti (Pic. 15). 3. Then keeping the muhapatti on left hand (Pic. 16) --, 4. Holding muhapatti in between the fingers of right hand, moving the muhapatti over from the palm towards elbow of left hand (without touching muhapatti over the hand), say sudeva, suguru, sudharma adaru (Pic. 17). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 171 Page #172 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ UT - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI pi. 24 Pic. 24 Pic. 23 Fig 18 Fig 19 ___Fig 20 5. phira muhapatti ko kohanI se hathelI kI ora lAte hue (muhapatti ko hAtha kA sparza karAte hue) kudeva, kuguru, kudharma pariharUM kaheM (ci. 18). isI taraha jJAna, darzana, cAritra AdarUM; jJAna-virAdhanA, darzana-virAdhanA, cAritra-virAdhanA pariharu evaM mana-gupti, vacana-gupti, kAya-gupti AdarUM; mana-daMDa, vacana-daMDa, kAya-daMDa pariharUM kaheM (ci. 17, 18). 6. phira bAyIM hathelI ke pichale bhAga para muhapatti phirAte hue hAsya, rati, arati pariharUM kaheM (ci. 19, 20). 5. Then moving the muhapatti from the elbow towards the palm (touching muhapatti to the hand), say kudeva, kuguru, kudharma pariharu (Pic. 18). Similarly say jnana, darsana, caritra adaru; jnana-viradhana, darsana-viradhana, caritra-viradhana pariharu; and mana-gupti, vacana-gupti, kaya-gupti adaru; mana-danda, vacana-danda, kaya-danda pariharu (Pic. 17,18). 6. Then moving the muhapatti on back side of left palm, say hasya, rati, arati pariharu (Pic. 19, 20). 172 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #173 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ ___E. mahapatti kA paDilehaNa - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI 28 Fig 21 ____Fig 22 Fig 23 7. isI taraha muhapatti ko bAyeM hAtha kI aMguliyoM meM pakar3akara, dAhinI hathelI ke pichale bhAga para muhapatti phirAte hue bhaya, zoka, jugupsA pariharUM kaheM (ci. 21, 22). 7. Similarly holding the muhapatti in between the fingers of left hand, moving the muhapatti on back side of right palm, say bhaya, soka, jugupsa pariharu (Pic. 21,22). PIC Fig 24 Fig 25 Fig 26 8. phira muhapatti ke donoM kinAroM ko donoM hAtha meM pakar3akara, lalATa kA paDilehaNa kRSNa-lezyA kahate hue bIcameM, nIla-lezyA kahate hue dAhinI tarapha evaM kApota-lezyA pariharu kahate hue bAyIM tarapha kareM (ci. 23, 24, 25). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 173 Page #174 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ E. mahapatti kA paDilehaNa - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI 8. Holding two corners of muhapatti in both the hands, perform padilehana of fore-head in the centre saying krsna-lesya, in right side saying nila-lesya, and in left side saying kapota-lesya pariharu (Pic. 23, 24, 25). Fig 27 Fig 28 Fig 29 9. phira muhapatti ke donoM kinAroM ko donoM hAtha meM pakar3akara, oTha kA paDilehaNa rasa-gArava kahate hue bIcameM, riddhi-gArava kahate hue dAhinI tarapha evaM zAtA-gArava pariharUM kahate hue bAyIM tarapha kareM (ci. 26, 27, 28). 9. Holding two corners of the muhapatti in both hands, perform the padilehana of lips in the centre saying rasa-garava, in right side saying riddhi-garava, and in left side saying sata-garava pariharu (Pic. 26, 27, 28). ic.36 174 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK Page #175 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ E. mahapatti kA paDilehaNa - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI Fig 30 Fig 31 Fig 32 10. phira muhapatti ke donoM kinAroM ko donoM hAtha meM pakar3akara, chAtI kA paDilehaNa mAyA-zalya kahate hue bIcameM, niyANa-zalya kahate hue dAhinI tarapha evaM mithyAtva-zalya pariharuM kahate hue bAyIM tarapha kareM (ci. 29, 30, 31). 11. phira krodha, mAna pariharUM kahate hue dAhine kaMdhe kA paDilehaNa kareM (ci. 32). 10. Holding two corners of the muhapatti in both hands, perform the padilehana of chest in the centre saying maya salya, in right side saying niyana salya, and in left side saying mithyatva salya pariharu (Pic. 29, 30, 31). 11. Then perform the padilehana of right shoulder saying krodha, mana pariharu (Pic. 32). di.39 Pic.39 Fig 33 Fig 34 Fig 35 12. phira mAyA, lobha pariharUM kahate hue bAyeM kaMdhe kA paDilehaNa kareM (ci. 33). 13. pRthvIkAya, apkAya, teukAya kI rakSA karUM kahate hue dAyeM pAMva kA paDilehaNa caravale se kareM (ci. 34). PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK 175 Page #176 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ________________ E. mahapatti kA paDilehaNa - PADILEHANA OF THE MUHAPATTI 14. phira vAukAya, vanaspati-kAya, trasakAya kI jayaNA karUM kahate hae bAyeM pAMva kA paDilehaNa caravale se kareM (ci. 35). (sUcanA :-- paDilehaNa evaM citroM kI vizeSa jAnakArI guru dvArA prApta kareM. ) 12. Then perform the padilehana of left shoulder saying maya, lobha pariharu (Pic. 33). 13. Then perform the padilehana of right leg saying prthvikaya, apkaya, teukaya ki raksa karu with caravala (Pic. 34). 14. Then perform the padilehana of left leg saying vaukaya, vanaspati-kaya, trasakaya ki raksa karu with caravala (Pic. 35). (NOTE :-- Have specific knowledge of padilehana and pictures from the preceptor.) Moti Shah Toonk Temple Shatrunjaya (Palitana) 176 PRATIKRAMAN SUTRA BOOK