Buddhism in Jain texts

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Re: Buddhism in Jain texts

Postby vinodh » Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:23 am

Modus.Ponens wrote:Hey plwk

Where is the rest of the "debate"? It ends without the debates with the chief disciples and the buddha. I'm curious as to where the other debates are going. I followed the link, but all it appeared was the homepage.

By the way, poor knowledge and debate skills by Nilakeshi...


The debate was posted by me in E-Sangha, before it crashed.

If people are interested enough, I can translate and post the remaining debates.

V
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Buddhists Texts in Brahmi Script : http://www.virtualvinodh.com/brahmi-lipitva

yo dharmaṁ paśyati, sa buddhaṁ paśyati
One who sees the Dharma, sees the Buddha

na pudgalo na ca skandhā buddho jñānamanāsravam
sadāśāntiṁ vibhāvitvā gacchāmi śaraṇaṁ hyaham

Neither a person nor the aggregates, the Buddha, is knowledge free from [evil] outflows
Clearly perceiving [him] to be eternally serene, I go for refuge [in him]

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Re: Buddhism in Jain texts

Postby SamKR » Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:31 am

vinodh wrote:
Modus.Ponens wrote:Hey plwk

Where is the rest of the "debate"? It ends without the debates with the chief disciples and the buddha. I'm curious as to where the other debates are going. I followed the link, but all it appeared was the homepage.

By the way, poor knowledge and debate skills by Nilakeshi...


The debate was posted by me in E-Sangha, before it crashed.

If people are interested enough, I can translate and post the remaining debates.

V


Yes, please.
Thank you. :thumbsup:


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