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Sacitra Praśnavyākaraṇa sūtra

Sacitra Praśnavyākaraṇa sūtra

mūla pāṭha, Hindī-Aṅgrejī bhāvānuvāda, vivecana tathā citroṃ sahita

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Published by Padma Prakāśana in Dillī .
Written in English


About the Edition

Jaina canonical text; critically edited text with Hindi & English translation.

Edition Notes

Other titlesPraśnavyākaraṇa sūtra, Illustrated Prashnavyakaran sutra, Illustrated Prasnavyakaran sutra, Śrī Praśnavyākaraṇa sūtra, Shri Prashna vyakaran sutra
StatementSudharma-Svāmī praṇīta dasavām̐ aṅga ; pradhāna sampādaka, Amaramuni Jī ; saha-sampādaka, Śrī Varuna Muni "Amara Siṣya", Sañjaya Surānā ; Aṅgrejī anuvādaka Rājakumāra Jaina.
SeriesSacitra āgama mālā kā 22vām̐ puṣpa
ContributionsAmaramuni., Varuṇa, Muni., Surānā, Sañjaya.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL1312.3.B353A1 (BL3)+
The Physical Object
Pagination30, 484 p. :
Number of Pages484
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23644634M
LC Control Number2009312980


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