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Sacred Literature of Jainism 

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Akaranga Sutra 

Translated from the Prakrit by Hermann Jacobi, 1884 (from: Sacred Books of the East vol. 22)

Kalpa Sutra   Translated from the Prakrit by Hermann Jacobi, 1884 (from: Sacred Books of the East vol. 22)
A Treatise on Jainism   A Treatise On Jainism By - Shri Jayatilal S. Sanghvi. Introduction to Jainism, Theory of Karma, the six Dravyas and more.
More Texts on Jainism
Ten Virtues Of Monks: The ten virtues to be observed by the monks along with the five vows.  Jain Symbol
Twelve Reflections or Bhavnas: The twelve thoughts or Bhavnas to meditate upon. 
Twelve Vows Of Layperson: The twelve vows to be carried out by the  householder. 
Fourteen Auspicious Dreams: The 14 auspicious dreams dreamed by Queen Trishala after the conception of Mahavira. 
Five Bodies and Eight Vargnas: The eight vargnas that create five different bodies. 
Five Great Vows (Maha-vratas): The five great vows essential for liberation.
Six Universal Substances (Dravyas): The six universal entities  or dravyas that constitute reality according to Jainism.       
Meaning Of Ashta Prakari Puja: The eight items used by the Jains to perform puja of a Tirthankara in the temple
Nine Tattvas (Principles): A description of the nine principles of Jainism which are essential for the liberation.
 
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