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Ācārya Samantabhadra’s Stutividyā (In Sanskrit and Hindi) स्तुतिविद्या 1.0.0

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Stuti-cover.jpgStuti-inside.jpgEditor: Vijay K. Jain

Main Author: Ācārya Samantabhadra

Other Author: Vijay K. Jain

Divine Blessings: Ācārya Viśuddhasāgara Muni

Publisher: Dehradun : Vikalp Printers, October 2020

Subjects: Jainism – Doctrines – Early works to 1800

Jaina Philosophy – Early works to 1800

Description: L + 222 p. ; 23 cm x 16 cm

ISBN: 9788193272671

Format: Book; Hard-bound

Language Note: Sanskrit and Hindi

About the Book: Stutividyā’ by Ācārya Samantabhadra (circa second century CE) is the adoration of the twenty-four Tīrthańkara, the Most Worshipful Supreme Beings. In his earlier masterpiece work ‘Svayambhūstotra’, Ācārya Samantabhadra had expressed his devotion to the twenty-four Tīrthańkara in a highly analytical manner, establishing the supremacy and inviolability of their Doctrine. ‘Stutividyā’, however, is the epitome of poetic dexterity; in its 116 verses, Ācārya Samantabhadra has used the most amazing figures-of-speech –  alańkāra  that make the composition highly ornate, inviting and, at places, extremely difficult to comprehend. Such adroitness is possible only in the Sanskrit language; perhaps that is the reason some consider Sanskrit as the most scientific language in the world.



Edited by Vijay K Jain
Minor change in book size.


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