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November 26, 2010

2. पंचिंदिय सूत्र (pancindiya sutra)

2. panchindiya sutra Introduction

આ સૂત્રમાં આચાર્યમહારાજશ્રીના ૩૬ ગુણોનું વર્ણન છે. કોઈપણ ધર્મક્રિયા ગુરુજીની હાજરીમાં કરવી જોઈએ, તેઓની હાજરી હોય તો બોલવામાં, બેસવામાં અને વસ્ત્રાદિમાં જીવન વિવેક બને. તેવા આશયથી ગુરુની ગેરહાજરીમાં આ સૂત્ર બોલવા દ્વારા કલ્પિત ગુરુ કરાય છે. તેમાં ૧૮ ગુણો દોષોને ત્યજવા રૂપ છે અને પછીના ૧૮ ગુણો સારા આચારને સ્વીકારવા રૂપ છે.

2. पंचिंदिय सूत्र

पंचिंदिय-संवरणो, तह नव-विह-बंभचेर-गुत्तिधरो.

चउविह-कसाय-मुक्को, इअ अट्ठारस-गुणेहिं संजुत्तो………………………… .1.

पंच-महव्वय-जुत्तो, पंच-विहायार-पालण-समत्थो.

पंच-समिओ तिगुत्तो, छत्तीस-गुणो गुरू मज्झ……………………………….. .2.

2. pancindiya sutra

pancindiya-samvarano,

taha nava-viha-bambhacera-guttidharo.

cauviha-kasäya-mukko, ia atthärasa-gunehim sanjutto…………………………………….. .1.

panca-mahavvaya-jutto, panca-vihäyära-pälana-samattho.

panca-samio tigutto, chattisa-guno guru majjha……………………………………………….. .2.

2. stanzaic meaning :–

The controller of five organs of sense, the observer of nine types of restrictions of celibacy, free from four types of kasäyas– possessing these eighteen qualities and… …………………………………………. 1.

Observing the five great vows, capable in observing five types of right conduct, observing five samitis and observing three guptis– the possessor of (these) thirty six qualities is my guru. …… 2.

2. General Meaning:-

A Guru possesses control over the five senses, which are touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing. This is known as five Indriya Nishedha.

A Guru observes celibacy by following its nine stipulations:

These steps provide proper protection to the vow of celibacy known as the nine Brahmacharya Väda.

A Guru avoids the four passions of anger, ego, deception and greed, thereby having control over the four Kashäyas.

A Guru follows five great vows: non-violence, truthfulness, non-stealing, celibacy, and non-possessiveness. This is known as following the five Mahävratas.

A Guru observes the five fold spiritual code of conduct: Right Conviction (Samyak Darshan), Right Knowledge (Samyak Jnän), Right Conduct (Samyak Chäritra), Right Austerities (Samyak Tapa), and Vigor (Virya). This is known as following the five Ächäras.

A Guru is very alert and careful while walking, speaking, accepting anything, placing or replacing any items, and disposing of human waste and other items. This is known as following the five Samitis.

A Guru constrains the faculties of mind, speech and body. This is known as following the three Guptis.

Thus a Guru possesses 36 qualities. So, the possessor of (these) thirty six qualities is my guru.

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