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Jain Rama Katha or Padma Purana (Padmacarita): Composed in Sanskrit by Ravisenacarya (in the 7th Century A.D.); 2 Volumes / Nagar, Shantilal
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Jain Rama Katha or Padma Purana (Padmacarita): Composed in Sanskrit by Ravisenacarya (in the 7th Century A.D.); 2 Volumes
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  Book ID : 33475
  ISBN-10 : 81-7854-137-8 / 8178541378
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7854-137-2 / 9788178541372
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2008
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : Sanskrit & English
  cxxxviii, 980p., 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol.1 : 1. The brief of different topics discussed. 2. Appearing of Lord Mahavira at Rajagir and the thinking of Srenika -- the King of Magadha, about the false traditions in the Ramayana. 3. Description of Vidyadhara Loka. 4. Glory of Rsabhadeva. 5. Origin of Raksasas (Demons). 6. Origin of Vanaravamsa. 7. Description of Dasagriva (Ravana). 8. Performance of Ravana. 9. Nirvana of Bali. 10. Receiving of diksa by the kings Sahasrarasmi and Anaranya, at the time of departure of Dasanana for victory. 11. Destruction of the yajna of the King Merutvan. 12. Defeat of Vidyadhara -- Indra. 13. Nirvana of Indra. 14. Discourse by Anantakevali to Ravana. 15. Marriage of Anjana-Sundari. 16. Physical union between Anjana and Pavananjaya. 17. Birth of Hanuman. 18. Reunion of Anjana and Pavananjaya. 19. The domain of Ravana's empire. 20. Description of Tirthankaras and others. 21. Glory of Lord Munisuvrata, Vajrabahu and the King Kirtidhara. 22. Glory of Sukosala and birth of Dasarathas. 23. Conduct of Vibhusani. 24. Description of Kekaya's boon. 25. Birth of four sons of Dasaratha. 26. Birth of Sita and Bhamandala. 27. Defeat of the Mlecchas. 28. Getting of Ratnamala in svayamvara by Rama and Laksmana. 29. Association of Dasaratha and arrival of Acarya Sarvabhuta.

Vol.2 : 30. Bhamandala's meeting with his parents. 31. Vairagya of Dasaratha and exile of Rama. 32. Receiving of diksa by Dasaratha, proceeding of Rama to forest with Laksmana and Sita and crowing of Bharata as the king. 33. Story of Vajrakarna. 34. Release of Balakhilya. 35. The story of Kapila. 36. Story of Vanamala. 37. Receiving of diksa by the King Ativirya. 38. The story of Jitapadma. 39. Story of Desabhusana and Kulabhusana Kevalis. 40. Glory of Ramagiri. 41. The story of Jatayu. 42. Story of Dandaka Vana. 43. Killing of Sambuka. 44. Abduction of Sita. 45. Killing of Khara-Dusana. 46. Various forms of Ravana's Maya. 47. Killing of Vita Sugriva. 48. Lifting of Kotisila. 49. Departure of Hanuman to Lanka. 50. Mahendra's meeting with his daughter. 51. Achieving of Gandharva girls by Rama. 52. Hanuman achieves Lanka-Sundari. 53. Hanuman's return from Lanka. 54. Arrival of Rama's Army in Lanka. 55. Vibhisana's journey the camp of Rama. 56. Departure of Ravana's Army. 57. March of Ravana's Army from Lanka. 58. Killing of Hasta and Prahasta. 59. Story of the earlier births of Nala, Nila, Hasta and Prahasta. 60. Receiving of vidyas by Rama and Laksmana. 61. Assurance of Sugriva and Bhamandala after their having been freed with Nagapasa. 62. Laksmana wounded with Sakti. 63. Rama becomes full of sorrow for the wounded Laksmana. 64. The episode of Visalya. 65. Visalya's meeting with Laksmana. 66. Ravana's deputing a messenger to Rama. 67. Description of Jaina Temples. 68. Glory of Astahnika in the month of Phalguna. 69. Tapas of Ravana for achieving Vidya. 70. Tapas of Ravana for achieving the Vidya. 71. Achieving the Bahurupini-vidya by Ravana. 72. Ravana repents for Sita's abduction and then resolves to hand her over to Rama, after capturing him in the battle. 73. Preparation of war and march to the battlefield by Ravana. 74. Battle between Ravana and Laksmana. 75. Story of Laksmana's getting the Cakra. 76. Death of Ravana. 77. Death of Ravana. 78. Receiving of Diksa by Indrajit and others. 79. Meeting of Rama and Sita. 80. Stay of Rama, Laksmana and Sita in Lanka. 81. Arrangements made for Rama's return to Ayodhya from Lanka. 82. Arrival of Rama, Laksmana and Sita in Ayodhya. 83. Detachment of Bharata. 84. The conduct of elephant Trilokmandana. 85. Details of earlier birth of the elephant Trilokmandana. 86. Receiving of Diksa by Bharata and Kekaya. 87. Nirvana of Bharata. 88. Crowning ceremony of Rama and Laksmana. 89. The episode of the killing of Madhu, the ruler of Mathura. 90. Conquering of Mathura by Satrughna. 91. Story of earlier births of Satrughna. 92. Activities of Saptarsis of Mathura. 93. Story of the achieving of Manorama. 94. Fortunes of Rama and Laksmana. 95. Adoration of Jinendra. 96. Ill-talk of the people about Sita's stay in Lanka. 97. Exile of Sita. 98. Sita consoled by Vajrajangha in the forest. 99. Performance of Rama after the exile of Sita. 100. Birth of Lavanankusa. 101. The battle of Lava and Ankusa. 102. Battle of Lavanankusa. 103. Meeting of Lavanankusa with Rama and Laksmana. 104. Return of Sita to Rama. 105. Fire ordeal of Sita. 106. The stories of earlier births of Rama, Laksmana and Sita. 107. Receiving of Diksa by Sita. 108. Details of earlier births of Lavanankusa. 109. Proceeding of Sita to heaven and the story of King Madhu. 110. Story of eight princes. 111. Proceeding of Bhamandala to heaven. 112. Achieving of Vairagya (Detachment) by Hanuman. 113. Nirvana of Hanuman. 114. Discussion between Indra and Gods. 115. Nirvana of Laksmana and performing of Tapas by Lavanankusa. 116. Lamenting of Rama at the death of Laksmana. 117. Arrival of Sugriva and Vibhisana learning about the death of Laksmana. 118. Cremation of the body of Laksmana. 119. Receiving of Diksa by Rama-Baladeva. 120. The disturbance created in Nandasthali with the return of Rama without taking of the food. 121. Taking of food by Rama. 122. Achieving of Kevaljnana by Rama. 123. Achieving of Nirvana by Rama.

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The story of Ramayana has been dominating the Indian religious scene from the time immemorial. After the composition of the story by the great sage Valmiki in the form of Ramayana, there had been a great boost in its popularity, which very much impressed the masses in general. Soon the story was patronized in regional languages by the local authors but there was no dearth of the literature in Prakrt as well. In due course of time the story was patronoised in Jainism. The first creation of the story in Jainism was in Prakrt by Vimala Suri under the title of Paumacarya by about the 1st century A.D., flowed by Vasudevahindi by Sanghadasa in the start of the seventh century A.D. While avisenacarya composed Padma Purana also known as Padmacarita in Sanskrit by about the close of the seventh century A.D. thereafter several works on the Ramayana were created in Jainism. The present Padma Purana of Ravisenacarya is the unique work of its kind and comes under the category of the mahakavyas. It has the style of its own and is beyond comparison, though there are several deviations in the story as compared to the story of Valmiki. In this work Rama, Laksmana and Sita besides other characters have been projected as the followers of Jina dharma, who perform vratas prescribed in Jainism, adiore the Jina ascetics, Jina images, Jina temples and even build the Jina temples and finally achieve Jina-diksa. More than the story of Rama, the work lays emphasis on following the Jina dharma and highlights the merits one earns by doing so. Though Rama and Laksmana are claimed to have all the virtues, but they are not devoted to one wife. Both Rama and Laksmana are said to have thousands of wives and so is the case with Hanuman. Though the poet has all praise for Rama, Laksmana, Hanuman and others, but their innumerable marriages place them at a lower pedestal in the matter of glory as compared to their portrayal by the sage Valmiki. But in spite of all this, the work is of excellent nature and it appears that the poet has minutely analysed event the smallest events quite lively and gracefully. The English version of the work has been produced with utmost care and is likely to interest the readers. Inspite of the best efforts made in maintaining the true spirit of the composer of the work by its Author, in rendering it into English, but same omissions and commissions can not be completely ruled out. I believe that the learned readers will kindly ignore such omissions.

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