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Meaning of the following Jain Stotras.
Kalläna kandam Stuti (Stotra)
Siddhänam Buddhänam sutra Veyävachchagaränam Sutra
Devsia Padikkamane Sutra
List of sutra in this presentation.
3. 3 Kalläna kandam (21) Kalläna kandam Stuti Object: Adoration of foremost Lord Jina, all the Tirthankaras, Holy Writ and Goddess of learning (Sarsavati Devi). Sutra 21 - Obeisance to JinasSutra 21 - Obeisance to Jinas
4. 4 Kalläna kandam (21-1) With devotion I pay respects to, foremost Lord Rushabhdeva who is the fountain of all good, cool like moon Lord Shäntinätha and Lord Neminätha supreme lord among ascetics,
5. 5 Kalläna kandam (21-1a) with devotion I pay respects to, enlightener Lord Parshvanätha and establisher of good virtues revered Vardhamäna Swami.
6. 6 Kalläna kandam (21-2) The ones, who have successfully crossed the ocean of mundane existence, who are the reason for all purity, grant me the ultimate release (moksha).
7. 7 Kalläna kandam (21-2a) Who are adored by the celestial beings and who are like the widely spread roots of happiness, all the Jinas;
8. 8 Kalläna kandam (21-3) the supreme vehicle for the path of liberation, the destroyer of ego of all wrong believers,
9. 9 Kalläna kandam (21-3a) the shelter of the wise, the principle doctrines (ägamas) of Jineshwara in three worlds, I pay my eternal respect.
10. 10 Kalläna kandam (21-4) Fair complexion like jasmine flower, full moon, milk of cow and dew, seated on a lotus, holding lotus in one hand,
11. 11 Kalläna kandam (21-4a) and a bundle of books in the other hand, beneficent to all, you! Goddess of learning (Sarsavati Devi) always blesses us with happiness.
12. 12 Kalläna kandam (21A) The first verse is devoted to the infinite number of Jinas who take birth in 15 continents of the Universe; the third verse is in praise of the Holy Writ (ägamas). Lord Tirthankaras give discourses after they acquire absolute knowledge. The chief disciples after listening to these discourses compose the scriptures, which are called Ägamas.
13. 13 Sansäradävä stuti (22) Object: Adoration for eternally beneficial Lord Mahävira, all Tirthankaras and Sarsavati Devi. Sutra 22 - Adoration toSutra 22 - Adoration to Lord Mahävira
14. 14 Sansäradävä stuti (22-1) I bow to you, revered Lord Mahävira you are like water to put out the wildfire of mundane existence, like a gale of wind to blow away the dust of infatuation (attachment),
15. 15 Sansäradävä stuti (22-1a) I bow to you, revered Lord Mahävira you are, like a sharp plough to till away the ground of deceit and steadfast like Mount Meru,
16. 16 Sansäradävä stuti (22-2) I bow at the feet of Lord Jinas, who are worshiped by kings of humans, demons and celestial beings, with their heads bowed down, with garlands made of lotus flowers; the lotus flowers which adorn their crowns,
17. 17 Sansäradävä stuti (22-2a)
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