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Ahimsa Parmo Dharma | My own self is the mythical river VAITARNI, my own self is the legendary SHALMALI tree, my own self is the fanciful KAAMADHENU, my own self is the imaginary NANDAN garden. My own self is the doer and undoer, of unpleasant and pleasant experiences; my own self, on meritorious path, is my friend, my own self, engaged in demerit, is my foe. | Parasparo Upgraha Jivanam
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Jain Glossary (Dictionary) for the alphabet - H

 Word/Term  Meaning
Hamsa: Swan
Hasya: Laughter; Risible or Laughter-producing
Hasya-pratyakhyana: Giving up of frivolity.
Hetu: Reason
Hetu-dosa: Fallacy in the cause
Hetu-samarthana: Support by cause
Hetvabhasa: Fallacies of reasons
Himsa: Injury,harming violence
Himsa: Injury.
Himsadana: Giving objects of offence to others.
Hiyamana (avadhijnana): Decreasing
Hundaka: Unsymmetrical; disproportionate, deformed.
Hundavasarpini: A period of avasarpini in which extraordinary events may take place

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