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1.4 History of the Shvetämbara and Digambara Jains
3.1 The Nav-Smarana and Shvetämbara Jains
3.2 Why Are There Nine Recitations?
4.2 Analysis of the Name: 'Namaskära Mantra'
4.4 The Origin of the Namaskära Mantra
The importance of the Namaskära Mantra to Jains is described in a verse from the
4.8 The Belief About the Miraculous Power of the Namaskära Mantra:
5.5 The Life of Pärshvanätha:
5.8 Is There a Hidden Mantra in the Uvasaggaharam Stotra ?
6 Smarana No. 3: The Santikaram Stotra
7.0 Smarana No 4: The Tijaypahutta Stotra
(2) Mändeva-Soori of the Brahid gaccha who lived during the 11th Century
8.0 Smarana No 5. The Namiuna Stotra
This stotra also states that Lord Shäntinätha destroys all bad spirits
9.0 Smarana No. 6- Ajiya Sänti Thao ( Ajit Shänti Stava )
10.0 Smarana No. 8: The Kalyän Mandir Stotra
Shvetämbara ächärya like Haribhadra-Soori and Hemchandra ächärya have mentioned
11.0Smarana No. 9: The Brihad Shänti
PART- 2 BHAKTÄMARA STOTRA
The Author of the Bhaktämara Stotra
Stories Associated with the Bhaktämara Stotra
2/1.2 The Author of the Bhaktämara Stotra
2/1.3 The Arguments About the Total Number of Verses in the Bhaktämara Stotra
No. Verse No. Name of the Pratihärya
2/1.4 Types of Fear in the Bhaktämara Stotra
2/1.5 Other Aspects of the Bhaktämara Stotra
Verse No. (29) (The second attribute: throne or lion- throne (Simhäsana)
2/1.11 Stories Associated with the Bhaktämara Stotra
Story No. 4 (About Verses Nos. 13 and 14)
Story No. 8 (About Verse No.19)
Story No. 9 (About Verse No 21)
Story No 11 (About Verse No 23)
Story No 12 (About Verse No. 20-25)
Story No 13 (About Verse No 36)
Story No 14 (About Verse No. 37)
Story No 15 (About Verse No 42 )
PART-3 The Science of Mantras and Yantras
Do Jains believe in mantras? The Antiquity of the Jain mantras
The Matrikäs: Vowels and Consonants
3/1.0 The Science of Mantras and Yantras (The Tantric system )
3/1.2 Do Jains Believe in Mantras? The Antiquity of the Jain Mantras
3/1.5 How Does The Mantra Work?
CONSONANTS
Bhäsya Japa: The Recitation of mantra continuously and loudly
4/1.0 Worship Practices Associated With Nine-Recitations
4/1.1 Recitation No 1- The Namaskära Mantra
Meditation on Letters of the Mantras. (Padastha Dhyän)
Placing of a Mantra on Different Parts of the Body:
The Stotra of Indestructible Cage. (Vajra-Panjar Stotra):
The Anänupurvi tables are given on Page No
(I bow down to Ajitnätha and Shäntinätha as they remove all miseries)
(I bow down to Ajitnätha and Shäntinätha as they destroy all sins)
Comparison of Mantras Found in the Different Sources:
A Ritual of the Bhaktämara Poojan:
4/9 Mantras and Yantras Associated With Recitation No. 9 The Brihad Shänti
Neminätha Ambikä (also very popular Hindu Goddess)
Pärshvanätha Padmävati (Popular Goddess of the Jains)
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