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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 - I

 Word/Term  Meaning
Idantollekha: Indication
Iha: Speculation
Indrasthapana: Which has the shape of India
Indriya: Sense organ
Indriyaja: Sensuous
Irya: Being Careful while walking
Irya-samiti: Being Careful while walking
Iryapatha-kriya: Walding carefully, i.e., looking on the ground for protecting living beings which may be trod upon and thus injured.
Isat-pragbhara-bhumi: Slightly bent region, the name of the final abode of the liberated souls [the siddhas]
Ishta-devata: Chosen deity
Ishvara: God

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