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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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Lord Sambhavnath - Main Details

 

Sambhavanath was the third Jain Tirthankar of the present age (Avasarpini). According to Jain beliefs, he became a siddha, a liberated soul which has destroyed all of its karma.

Horse
Symbol - Horse

Lord Sambhavnath
Father Jitari
Mother Mata Sena
Clan Name Ikshvaku
Source of Descent Seventh Graiveyak
Date of Descent (Garbha Kalyanaka) Falgun Shukla Paksh 8
Place of Birth Shravasti
Date of Birth (Janma Kalyanaka) Mangsar Shukla Paksh 14
Age 60 Lac purva
Height 400 dhanusha (poles)
Body Colour Golden
Place of Enlightenment Savathi
Date of Enlightenment (Kevala Gyana Kalyanaka) Kartik Krishna Paksh 5
Date of Diksha (Diksha Kalyanaka) Mangsar Shukla Paksh 15
Diksha Tree or Vat Vriksha Prayala (Buchanania latifolia)
Place of Nirvana Sammed Shikharji
Date of Nirvana (Moksha Kalyanaka) Chaitra Shukla Paksh 5
Chief Disciple (Ganadhar) Charu
Head of Female Ascetics Syama
God of Organisation (Yaksh) Trimukha
Goddess of Organisation (Yakshini) Duritri or Prajnapti
Heaven Uvarimagraiveka

Famous Sambhavnath Temples

Kumbharia Jain Temples, Banaskantha District, Gujrat
Sambhavnath Temple, Shravasti, U.P.
Bhagwan Sambhavnath Chaubeesi Temple, Shravasti, U.P.
Dilwara Temples, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
Jain Temples, Idar town, Gujrat

Om Namah

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