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Jain Book (Shastra), Description, Language, Typed/Scanned Format, Size and part details
Aalochna - Gujarati translation of Aalochna adhikkar (chapter) from PadmanandiPunchVishantika. PadmanandiPunchVishantika is written by Padmanandi Acharya. This Gujarati translation is by Harilal Jivrajbhai Bhaiyani (of Bhavnagar, Saurastra)
Adhyatma Paraag - Compilation of 250 selected quotes from Shree KanjiSwami, Shreemad Rajchandraji, Shree Nihalchandji Soganiji and Bahenshree Champabahen.
Adhyatma Pravachan Ratnatray - Compilation of selected lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on:
  1. Shree Samaysaar Gatha 320 (Jaysen Achardev's Tika) [The nature of Jiv Substance - jiv no svabhaav]
  2. Pravachansaar Gatha 114 [How to achieve self experience - anubhav ni vidhi] and
  3. Samaysaar Kalash Tika - Kalash 217 [Description of the state of a self-experenced soul - anubhav ni stiti ma kevu hoi]
Adhyatma Sandesh - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on RahasyaPurna Chitthi (authored by Pandit Todarmalji) and Parmaarth Vachnika and Upadan-Nimmit Vachnika (authored by Pandit Banarasidasji)
Adhyatma Vaibhav - Selected quotations from Shree Kanjiswami’s lectures on Samaysaar (from Pravachan Ratnakar, Parts 1 to 11).
Adhyatmik Gyan Gosthi Part 1 - This book contains word-to-word transcripts of questions asked of Lalchandbhai Amarchan Modi's together with his answers. The questions are on the following topics:
  1. GnaanNo SvaParPrakashak Svabhav - GnaanMa Thato SvaParNo Pratibhas (Self-NonSelf Illuminating Nature of Knowledge)
  2. Samanya UpyogNi Vyvastha (Common knowing activity's arrangement)
  3. GnaanMa Jaanvu Kevi Reetay thai che ane Kaunu thai che (How does knowing happen in Knowledge and Whose knowledge is happening)
Advitiya Chakshu - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Gatha 114 of Shree Pravachansaar
Akalank-Nikalank - A historical Jain play about 2 brave brothers, Akalanka (who later became a great Acharya) and his younger brother Nikalank (who sacrificed his life for Jain Dharma) from their youth. Written by Bhrumchari Harilal Jain.
The Hindi version is in Comic book style and is written by Sandip Kumar Jain.
AlingGrahan Pravachan - Transcripts of Shree Kanji Swami’s lectures on Gatha 172 of Shree Pravachansaar
Amrut Pravachan - BahenShreeNa VachanAmrut / BahenShreeKe VachanAmrut par Gurudev Kanjiswami na Pravachans - Lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on Compilation of 432 selected quotes from Bahenshree Champabahen
Anekant Amrut - Lectures by Pujya Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on Samaysaar Kalash 247 & Pravachansaar Gatha 48-50 including Jaysen Acharyas Tika.
AnubhavAnand - by Pandit Dipchandji Shah (Kaslival). This shastra is beautifully written in the Pratamanuyog style but is a great Dravyanuyog shastra!
Anubhav Prakash - By Pandit Shree Dipchandji Shah (Kaslivaal). Describes the Nature of Atma (Soul), Method of achieving AtmaAnubhuti (Experiencing the self soul), Description of what soul experience is, description of samadhi etc.
Anubhav Prakash Pravachan - Lectures by Shree Kanji Swami on Anubhav Prakash (authored by Pandit Dipchandji Shah)
Apurva avsar per Shree KanjiSwami na parvachan - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Apurva avsar aevo kyare avshe (authored by Shreemad Rajchandraji)
AshtPahud - By KundKund Acharya. Consists of 8 Pahuds - Darshan Pahud, Sootra Pahud, Charitra Pahud, Bodth Pahud, Bhaav Pahud, Moksh Pahud, Ling Pahud and Sheel Pahud. It is one of the few works, of this greatest of ascetics, that have survived the passage of time. To give an idea of the intellect and piety of this great sage, KundKund Acharya, has not just been worshipped by ordinary monks and householders (including Shreemad Rajchandra), but also by other Acharyas over the last 2000 years. A commentary on this great work has been written by Pundit Shree Jaychandji Chhabda which has been translated into Gujarati (and Hind). Other works of KundKund Acharya include Niyamsaar, Samaysaar, Pravachansaar, Punchaastikaaisangrah, etc..
AtmaAvlokan - By Pandit Dipchandji Shah (Kaslival)
AtmaBhavna - Lectures by Shree Kanjiswami on SamadhiShatak (authored by Shree Pujyapaad Acharya)
AtmaJyoti - Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on Samaysaar Gatha 13, Samaysar Kalash 5-9 and Kalash Tika 8
Atmanushashan - a vairagya pradhaan shastra - by Shree Gunabhadra Acharya. Tika by Pandit Todarmalji. Gunabhadra Acharya lived during king Amogvarsh's time - Vikram Samvant 737 to 800.
AtmaSiddhiShastra - A logical presentation of the path to happiness using easily understood language in a question-answer format by Shreemad Rajchandra
AtmaSiddhiShastra par Pravachan - Lectures by Shree Kanji Swami on AtmaSiddhiShastra (authored by Shreemad Rajchandraji)
BahenShreeNa VachanAmrut / BahenShreeKe VachanAmrut - Compilation of 432 selected quotes from Bahenshree Champabahen
BahenShreeNa VachanAmrut / BahenShreeKe VachanAmrut par Gurudev Kanjiswami na Pravachans - Lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on Compilation of 432 selected quotes from Bahenshree Champabahen
BahenShreeNa VachanAmrut Rahasya - Word-To-Word lectures by Gurudev Kanjiswami's on BahenshreeNa VachanAmrut bold 1-13 in Nairobi, Kenya - Lectures in Nairobi, Kenya by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on quotes 1-13 Bahenshree Champabahens Vachanamrut
BahenShreeNo GnaanVaibhav - Descriptions of Bahenshree’s Jaati Smaran Gnaan
Balbodh Pathmala - Parts 1-3 - By Dr Hukamchand. C. Bharill. This is set of 3 introductory books to Jainism.

Part 1 - Topics include Namokaar mantra, Char mangal, Tirthankar Bhagwan, Dev darshan, Jiv-ajiv, Dincharya (Daily Activity), Adinaath Bhagwan
Part 2 - Topics include Dev stuti, Paap (sin), Kashay, Sadaachar (Good Behaviour), Gati, Dravya (Substance). Bhagwan Mahavir, Jinvani stuti
Part 3 - Topics include Dev darshan, Shravak na 8 Mul-guna, Punch Parmeshthi, Indriyo (Senses), Sadaachar (Good Behaviour), Dravya (Substance) Guna (Quality/Property) Pariyaay (State/Modification), Bhagwan Neminaath, Jinvani stuti
Balpothi Parts 1-2 - By Bramchari Harilal Jain. This is set of 2 introductory books to Jainism.

Part 1 - Topics include Jiv (Soul), Ajiv (Non Soul), Dravya (Substance), Goon, Pariyay, Pariksha (Examination), Dev (God), Guru, Shastra (The Scripture), Samyag Darshan, Samyag Gnaan, Samyag Charitra, Mukt aur Sansaari (Liberated and Worldly Souls), Jiv aur Karma (Soul and Karma)
Part 2 - Topics include 5 Parmesthi,4 Mangal, Thirthankar, Bhagwan Rushabdev, Jinvar Darshan, 4 Gati va Moksh, 101 Questions
Barah Anuvekha 12 Bhavnas - written by Shree Kundkund Acharya and translated into Hindi by Dr Devendra Kumar, Shastri. This is a lesser known work of Kundkund Acharya whose more famous shastras are Samaysaar, Niyamsaar, Pravachansaar, Punchaastikaai, AshtPahud
Be Sakhi (Two friends) - Sati Anjana’s jeevan charitra - Historical story about Hanuman’s mother, Sati Anjana. Written by Bhrumchari Harilal Jain
Bhaktamer Stotra tatha Anya Stavano - Bhaktamer Stotra written by Shree Mantung Acharya - this is also known as RushabJin Stuti - contains 48 stanzas. The stuti is to Shree Rushabdev Bhagwan who was the first Thirthanker of this time period. This book also contains Samayik Path written Shree Amitgati Acharya. The book also contains the hisstory of the events that led to Mantung Acharya composing Bhaktamer stotra and its effects.
Bhaktamer Stotra Pravachan - lectures by Shree Kanji Swami on Bhaktamer Stotra written by Mantung Acharya - this is also known as RushabJin Stuti - contains 48 stanzas. The stuti is to Shree Rushabdev Bhagwan who was the first Thirthanker of this time period.
BhavDipika - by Pandit Dipchandji Kashlival - describes the 5 Bhavs - Parinamik, Audayik, Kshayopshamik, Aopshamik and Kshaik and their sub-caterories. By studying this shastra one can answer such questions such as "Where am I - in what state am I?, What position am I in (in the Dharmik sense)? What gunusthan am I in? Within that what lesyha do I have? What Gati (life form) will I be in, in the future?
BhedGnaan Bhajnavali - Collection of bhaktis, bhajans, stutis, poems illustrating the difference between the soul and all else in 3 forms - Jinendra stutis, Jinvani stutis, Adhyatmic bhaktis. Written by Ravindrabhai Jain (Kuravli) and many Mumukshus
Bruhad Dravya Sangrah & Laghu Dravya Sangrah - Two Shastras in one book - Both by Acharya NemichandraSiddhantdev with Tika by Brumdev. Bruhad Dravya Sangrah has 3 chapters. Chapter 1 describes 6 Dravyas (Substances) and 5 Astikais. Chapter 2 describes 7 Tattvas and 9 Padarths. Chapter 3 describes Moksh Marg (Path to liberation). Laghu Dravya Sangrah conveys the same information succintly in only 25 gathas.
Bruhad Dravya Sangrah Pravachan Parts 1-2 - lectures by Shree Kanji Swami on Bruhad Dravya Sangrah written by Acharya NemichandraSiddhantdev.
Part 1 - Lectures on Bruhad Dravya Sangrah Gathas 1-34
Part 1 - Lectures on Bruhad Dravya Sangrah Gathas 1-27
Part 2 - Lectures on Bruhad Dravya Sangrah Gathas 34-58
Budjan Satsaye - By Pandit Kavivar Budjanji - writer of many adhyatmic Bhaktis / Bhajans / Pujas.
Chaitanya Vilas - Transcripts of Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on Gathas 77 to 81 from Niyamsaar - also known as the PanchRatna (5 Jewels) gathas. Niyamsaar Describes the true charitra (conduct) based on true understanding of the self
Chha Dhala - By Pandit Doulatramji - A concise yet complete description of types and causes of suffering, description of path to happiness and its practical application.
Chha Dhala Pravachan Parts 1-3 (Word-to-Word) - Word-to-Word transcripts of Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Chha Dhala (Authored by Pandit Daulatrmaji).
Chha Dhala Pravachan Parts 1-6 (NOT Word-to-Word) - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Chha Dhala (Authored by Pandit Daulatrmaji). These series of lectures are also known as Vitraag Vignaan.
Chidd Vilas - By Pandit Shree Dipchandji (Kashlival)
Dhanya Avtaar - Collection of quotes about BahenShree Champaben by GurudevShree Kanjiswami & Collection of quotes about GurudevShree Kanji Swami by BahenShree Champaben
DhanyaKumar Charitra - DhanyaKumar Charitra - Historical book about the Life of Dhanya Kumar. By Bhatarrak Shree Sakalkirti
Dharmamrut Angaar - by Pandit Pravar Aashadharji, translated into Hindi by Pandit Kailashchandra Shastri. DharmaAmrut Aangar - Gnaandipika Sanskrut Panjika tatha Hindi Tika Sahit. This is part 1 of 2 shastras - the 2'nd part is Dharmamrut Sagaar
Dharmamrut Sagaar - by Pandit Pravar Aashadharji, translated into Hindi by Pandit Kailashchandra Shastri. DharmaAmrut Sagaar - Gnaandipika Sanskrut Panjika tatha Hindi Tika Sahit. This is part 2 of 2 shastras - the 1'st part is Dharmamrut Angaar
Dharma Ke Das Lakshan (The ten characteristics of religion) - By Pandit Hukamchand Bharill. This book describes the ten characteristics of religion in sequence:
  • Utam Kshama (Supreme Forbearance),
  • Utam Mardav (Supreme Modesty),
  • Utam Supreme Arjav (Straight-Forwardness),
  • Utam Shauch (Supreme Contentment),
  • Utam Satya (Supreme Truth),
  • Utam Sanyam (Supreme Self-Restraint),
  • Utam Tup(Supreme Austerity),
  • Utam Tyag (Supreme Renunciation),
  • Utam Aakinchanya (Supreme Posessionlessness),
  • Utam Brahmcharya (Supreme Celibacy).
Dhruv Ni Dhruvta - Lectures by KanjiSwami on Samaysaar Gatha 320 - Jaysen Acharya’s tika (Aug 1970)
Dhyan Shastra - also known as Tattvaanushashan - by Nagsen Muniraaj, student of Ransen Acharya. Translated by Yogal Kishore Mukhtar (Yugveer).
Dhyey purvak Gney - Transcripts of Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Gatha 320 (Jaysen Acharya’s tika) and Kalash 271 of Shree Samaysaar - to exemplify the nature of Dhyey and Gney
DivyaDvaniSar - Parts 1-2 - Transcripts of Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Shree Pravachansaar
Part 1 - Lectures on Shree Pravachansaar Gathas 1-52
Part 2 - Lectures on Shree Pravachansaar Gathas 53-92
DrashtiNa Nidaan - Shree KanjiSwami's Key quotations and Transcripts of his Lectures on Gathas 43,45 & 68 of Parmatma Prakash
Dravya Sangrah - By Shree Nemichandra Siddhantidev. Concise but accurate description of the 6 substances, 9 tattvas and moksh marg (Path to Salvation)
Dravya Svabhaav - Paryaay Svabhaav - A Discussion - Dravya Svabhaav - Paryaay Svabhaav (Nature of Substance - Nature of Modification) - Transcript of a discussion with Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on the Natures of Dravya and Paryaay
Dravya Svabhaav - Paryaay Svabhaav - Lectures - 15 Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on the Natures of Dravya and Paryaay
DravyaDrashti Jineshvar - Paryaydrashti Vineshvar - 1161 Quotes about dravya drashti from lectures by Shree KanjiSwami
Gnaanarnav/Gyanarnav - by Shubchandra Acharya - Detailed description of Dharma Dhyan starting from Brief description, Samyag Darshan, Gnan, Charitra through to Shukla Dhyan
Gnaan Darpan/Gyan Darpan - by Pandit Dipchandji Kashlival - "Gnaan Darpan is a mirror - in which many Adhyatmik topics are being reflected. Although in a mirror all objects are reflected, even then people mostly use the mirror to see themselves! In the same way although within Gnaan Darpan the universe is reflected, even then an AtmaArthi (one looking for self soul experience only) has only one task worth doing - that is to look at oneself, to know oneself, use ones own knowing activity to know and understand the self" - Description translated from Dr Bharill's prastavna from this shastra.
Gnaan No Svatantra Swayamvar - Lecture by Gurudev Shree Kanjiswami. Same Lecture in Gujarati and Hindi given on Diwali day (4 November 1945) - copied as it is from AtmaDharma magazine number 26.
GnaanGosthi - Collection of Questions raised with Shree KanjiSwami with Answers organised by topics: Bhagwan Atma, Dev-Shastra-Guru, Atmaanubhutee, Bhedvignaan, Samyagdarshan, Samyaggnaan, Samyakcharatria, Mokshmarg, Gnaani Shravakni Antar-bahya dasha, Dravya-Guna-Pariyay, Nimit-Upadan, Nischay-Vyavhaar, Praman-Nay, Karta-Karma, Krambaddhpariyay, Karanshuddhpariyay, Punya-Paap
Gnaani’s VachanAmrut (Quotations) - Quotations from people (such as Shreemad Rajchandraji, Kanji Swami, Bahenshree Champaben, Nihalchandbhai Soganiji and Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi) who have understood and experienced the self as separate from non-self
GnaanNu Gnaanatva - Lectures by Pujya Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on Gathas 92-93 of Shree Samaysaar (in Rajkot, Himatnagar, Kolkata).
GnaanSvabhaav ane GneySvabhaav - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Gathas 308 to 311 of Shree Samaysaar (in Rajkot around 1954) and on Krambaddh Pariyaay
GnaanThi GnaanNu BhedGnaan - Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on Shree Samaysaar Gathas 373 to 382
Gnaayak Bhaav - Lectures by Shree Kanjiswami on Shree Samaysaar Gatha 6
GnayakSvarupPrakashan - Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi on Shree Samaysaar Gatha 6
Gommatsaar - JivKand by Acharya Nemchandra Siddhantchakravarti - Gommatsaar Jivkand tika. Description of a soul from the Vyvhaar point of view i.e. Sansaar state - Although this shastra focuses on the external impure states of soul (10 Prans), it still covers,to a lesser extent, details of the Soul Substance's pure and eternal independant nature.
Gommatsaar KarmaKand by Acharya Nemchandra Siddhantchakravarti - Gommatsaar KarmaKand tika.
GurudevShreeNa Vachanamrut - Selected quotes from Shree Kanji Swami’s lectures
Guru Kahan Drashti Mahan - Selected Word-to-word lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on the topic of Dravya Drashti from various shastras like: Samaysar, Niyamsar, Pravachansar, AshtPahud, ParmatmaPrakash, Samaysar Kalash Tika, Bahenshree na VachanAmrut.
Hoon Parmatma Choon - Transcripts of Shree Kanji Swami’s Lectures on Shree YoginduDev’s Yogsaar
IndriyaGnaan ... Gnaan Nathi / IndriyaGyan ... Gyan Nahi Hai - (Sensory Knowledge...is not Knowledge) - Unique compilation by Bhrumchari Sandhyaben Jain of 582 (Gujarati) and 585 (Hindi) quotes from 45 references that prove that sensory knowledge is not real knowledge. The references include Samaysaar, Niyamsaar, Pravachansaar, Punchaastikaai, Ratnakarand Shravakaachar, Samaysaar Tika, Pravachansaar Tika, Niyamsaar Tika, Bruhad Dravya Sangrah, Aalap Padhati, Padhmanandi PunchVishtika, ParmatmaPrakash, Yogsaar, Tatvanushasan, Ishtopdesh, Samadhitantra, Yogsaar Prabhrut, Nyaaydipika, Punchadhyaayi, MokshMarg Prakashak, RahasyaPurna Chitthi, Parmaarth Vachnika, Samaysaar Kalashtika, GnaanAnand ShravakAachaar, Samaysaar Bhavaarth, RatnakarandShravakAachar Tika, Samadhitantra Tika, Punchaadhyaayi Bhavaarth, AtmaSiddhiShastra, GnayakBhaav, ParamAgamSaar, Adhyatma Pravachan Ratnatrai, AtmaDharma magazine, PravachanRatnakar, Adhyatma Praneta, GnaanGosti, AlingGrahan Pravachan, DravyaDrashti Prakash and Bahenshreena Vachanamrut
Ishtopdesh - By Shreemat Poojyapaad Acharya with commentary by Pandit Aashaadhar
Ishtopdesh Pravachan Parts 1 & 2 - Exact Word-To-Word transcripts of lectures by Shree Kanjiswami Ishtopdesh (written by Shreemat Poojyapaad Acharya with commentary by Pandit Aashaadhar). These lectures are a word-word.
Ishtopdesh Pravachan - Collation of Lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on Ishtopdesh (written by Shreemat Poojyapaad Acharya with commentary by Pandit Aashaadhar). These lectures are NOT word-word.
Jain Dharmani Vartao - Parts 1-6 - Historcal stories & stories about Jain Dharma - Written by Bhrumchari Harilal Jain and Written by Kavi Bharmalji

Part 1 - 22 short stories including Sanatkumar muni ney rog (Sanatkumar Monks illness).., Sihn na bacha ... (Lion cub lost among sheep), Sona no bhav (Price of gold).
Part 3 - 5 stories and 2 lulabys. Stories include Sagar Chakravarti and his 60,000 sons vairagya, Sukoshal Rajkumars vairagya, Vaaghan (Tigress) no vairagya, Bharat and the elephant, Bhagwan Deshbhushan and Kulbhushan
Part 5 - 6 stories including Vraangkumar’s Vairagya, Gajkumar ni Atmasadhana, When Dvarka was on fire, Shree Krishna’s passing away, and brief explanations of the 12 bhavnas
Part 6 - 3 short stories including the life of Manovati and Buddhsen (in 16 parts) - Written by Kavi Bharmalji. Other stories include the frogs story and the monkeys story
Jain Siddhant Prashnottarmala - Compiled by Ramjibhai Manekchand Doshi and many volunteers. Jain Principles in a full referenced, comprehensively indexed, Question-Answer format with lots of examples. This book can also be used as a Jain Dictionary.
Jain Siddhant Praveshika - By Pandit Shree Gopaldasji Baraiya. Concise but accurate introduction to the key principles of Jainism. This is in a fully referenced, comprehensively indexed, Question-Answer format with many examples helps to readily grasp even difficult concepts. This book can also be used as a Jain Dictionary.
JambuSwami Charitra - Historical narration of the life of Shree JambuSwami - the last kevalin of this time period from Bharatkshetra. Written by Bhrumchari Vrajlal Girdharlal Shah.
Jarnaro Janai Che - Collection of 1066 Vachanamruts (inspiring quotes) selected from Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi’s lectures which explain that every soul, at all times, knows itself.
JinPravachanRahasya-Kosh- also known as PurushaarthSiddhi-Upaai by Shrimad Amrutchandra Acharya with commentary by Acharyakalp Pandit Todarmalji and Pandit Daulatramji. PurushaarthSiddhiUpaai details Samyagdarshan (Correct Belief), SamyagGnaan (Correct Knowledge) and SamyagCharitra (Correct Conduct)- with specific details regarding Shravak’s SamyagCharitra. Pandit Todarmalji started writing the commentary on this great work but was killed before he could complete it. Pandit Daulatramji, the author of Chah Dhala, completed that task.
KalashAmrut Parts 1-8 - Shree Kanjiswami’s Pravachans on Samayssar Kalash - Authored by Pandit Rajmalji Pande, Amrutchandra Acharya. Parts 2-4 are not word to word transcripts but parts 1 & 5-8 are word-word transcripts of Gurudev's lectures.
Kanji Swami's Audio Lectures - Index
Karan Karya Niyam - Word-toWord transcripts of lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami from 1971 & 1980 on Niyamsaar including topics such as: KaranSvabhanGnaanUpyog, KaranDrashti, KaranShuddhPariyay, KaranParmatma, KaryaParmatma
Krambaddh Pariyay - an introduction to the serious and deep topic of "Krambaddh Pariyay" - "Sequence Bound Modification" - by Hukamchand Bharill. Includes a transcript of an interview with Shree Kanji Swami.
Kshapanasaar - by Acharya Nemchandra Siddhantchakravarti.
Labdhisaar - by Acharya Nemchandra Siddhantchakravarti.
Laghu Jain Siddhant Praveshika (Principles of Jainism) - a concise and accurate introduction to the key principles of Jainism. This book answers questions "What is the Cosmos (universe)?, What is a substance? How many kinds of substances are there?..". Written by Pandit Shree Gopaldasji Baraiya
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London Na Pravachano / Lectures in London - Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai A Modi (of Rajkot, India) on: Moksh Marg Prakashak, Chhah Dhala, Samaysaar and Niyamsaar as well as Answers to listeners Questions including questions like "What is Dharma? / What is Religion?"
Maharani Chelna - A historical Jain play about the life of Maharani Chelna, Raja Shrenik (who is going to become the first Thirthankar of the next time cycle), Abhaykumar and the Baudh Gurus. The other historical story in this book is Vairagi Varishenkumar. Written by Bhrumchari Harilal
Mai Kaun Hun - contains topics to think about, e.g. "Who am I", "What is Happiness", "Anekant", "Syadvaad" etc... - written by Dr Hukamchand Bharril
Mangal Gyan Darpan -Collection of quotes on the nature of Gnaan (Knowledge) from various Shastras. Collated by Shobhnaben Shah.
Moksh Marg Prakashak - Illuminator of the Path of Liberation - Illuminator of the Path of Liberation by Pandit Shree Todarmalji written about 1750AD, is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and wide-ranging analysis of Jainism. This text provides an ANALYTICAL description of, the nature of unhappiness, its causes (believing self to be non-self, e.g. body, passions, etc.), identification of solution (understanding difference between self and non-self) followed by method of application of solution. Although the author, Pandit Todarmalji was a householder, his knowledge of Jainism was so comprehensive and detailed, while retaining focus, that he has been considered to be like an (as opposed to an actual) 'Acharya' (the highest form of ascetic), hence the term 'Acharyakalp'. This book is commended for anybody who wants to critically identify and correct their own short-comings in the field of self-realisation. The material has been translated into English and other modern languages from the original Dhundhari language. The Hindi & Gujarati versions of this shastra also include 4 appendices: 1: Nature of noble peaceful death (by Pandit Todarmaljis son, Pandit Gumaniramji); 2: Rahasya Purna Chitthee by Pandit Todarmalji; 3: Parmarth Vachnika by Pandit Banarasidasji & 4: Oopaadan Nimmit Chitthee by Pandit Banarasidasji). The English version only includes the first two appendices.
MokshNo Svatantra Marg - Parts 1-2 Shree KanjiSwami’s lectures (word-to-word) on Shree Moksh Marg Prakashak (Authored by Pandit Shree Todarmalji) Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on RahasyaPurna Chitthi (authored by Pandit Todarmalji) and Parmaarth Vachnika and Upadan-Nimmit Vachnika (authored by Pandit Banarasidasji) are also available in Adhyatma Sandesh.
Lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanjswami on Parmarth Vachnika in Hindi are also available.
Moksh Marg Prakashak na Kirano - Parts 1-2 Shree KanjiSwami’s lectures (summarised) on Shree Moksh Marg Prakashak (Authored by Pandit Shree Todarmalji) Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on RahasyaPurna Chitthi (authored by Pandit Todarmalji) and Parmaarth Vachnika and Upadan-Nimmit Vachnika (authored by Pandit Banarasidasji) are also available in Adhyatma Sandesh.
Lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanjswami on Parmarth Vachnika in Hindi are also available.
Moksh Shastra / MokshShastra - also known as TattvaarthSutra / Tattvarth Sutra - by UmaSwami Acharya, student of Kundkund Acharya, is one of the most well-known Jain shastras. Translated by Ramjibhai Manekchand Doshi Note also that Shree Pujyapaad Acharya dev's Sarvarth Siddhi tika on TattvaarthSutra is also now available.
Mool ma Bhool - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on Upadan-Nimitt dohas (Authored by Bhaiya Bhagvatidasji and Pandit Daulatramji)
Naatak Samaysaar - is an exceptional creation by Pandit Banaarasidaasji based on Kalashes from Atmakhyaati Tika on Samaysaar by Shrimad Amrutchandra Acharya. It emphasises the significance of self-realisation in a readable and wasy to grasp manner. Panditji gained great incentive from Samaysaar Kalash, the commentary on Atmakhyaati Tika by Shree Rajmallji ’Pande’. Pandit Banaarasidaasji’s life was colourful and experienced great highs and lows. A glimpse of the author’s life is also included based on his autobiography
Nai Chaktra - Tattva Churcha - - Discussion by Pujya Shree Lalchandbhai A Modi on page 31 of Nai Chakra (written by Devsen Acharya).
Nai-Praganpan - Lectures by Pujya Gurudev Shree KanjiSwami on 47 Nais from Parishist chapter of Shree Pravachansaar.
Namokaar MahaMantra - Description of the Namokaar Mantra, and the nature of the Five Parameshti’s quoted in the Namokaar Mantra. Written by Pandit Ratanchand Bharill
Niyamsaar - is one of the few works, of this greatest of ascetics, that have survived the passage of time. Niyamsaar’s main purpose is to explain, logically, the true path to moksh. It describes, from the pure point of view, Jiv, Ajiv, ShuddhBhaav, Pratikraman, Pratyakhyan, Aalochna, Prayaschit, Samaadhi, Bhakti, Aavashyak, ShuddhUpyog, etc.. To give an idea of the intellect and piety of this great sage, KundKund Acharya, has not just been worshipped by ordinary monks and householders (including Shreemad Rajchandra), but also by other Acharyas over the last 2000 years. The commentary on this great work have been written by Muniraj PadmaPrambhmalDhariDev. Other works of KundKund Acharya include Samaysaar, Pravachansaar, Punch-Aastikaai Sangrah, AshtPahud, etc..
Niyamsaar Pravachans - Karan Karya Niyam - Word-toWord transcripts of lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami from 1971 & 1980 on Niyamsaar including topics such as: KaranSvabhanGnaanUpyog, KaranDrashti, KaranShuddhPariyay, KaranParmatma, KaryaParmatma
Padmanandi Panchvishanti. - by Padmanandi Acharya/Muniraaj. This shastra has been described by Shreemad Rajchandra as Vun Shastra. Pravachans (lectures) by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on the DeshVratUdyotan Adhikaar of this shastra also exist.
Padmapuran - also known as Rama Charitra - by Ravishen Acharya - The history of Rama’s life, including previous births and the future lives of Sita, Laxman and Raavan. This books is very detailed history of Shree Rama' life. Translated by Pandit Daulatramji.
Panch Strotra Sangraha - contains 5 stotras:
  1. Shree Bhaktamer Stotra (alos known as Shree VrushabDev Stotra) by Shree Maantung Acharya
  2. Shree KalyanMandir Stotra (also known as Parsvanath Stotra) by Shree Kumud Acharya (also known as Shree Siddhsen Divakar)
  3. Shree Kalyan-Kalpdrum Stotra (also known as EkhiBhav Stotra) by Shreemad Vadiraaj Acharya
  4. Vishaphaar Stotra by Shree MahaKavi Dhananjay
  5. JinChaturVishantika by Shree BhupaalKavi
Pandit Dipchand Granthavali - Parts 1-2

Part 1 - contains the following 3 shastras all written by Pandit Dipchandji Shah (Kaslival):
  • Anubhav-Prakash,
  • AtmaAvlokan and
  • ChiddVilas
Part 2 - contains the following 3 shastras all written by Pandit Dipchandji Shah (Kaslival):
  • AnubhavAnand (is beautifully written in the Pratamanuyog style but is a great Dravyanuyog shastra).
  • Parmata-Puraan (the word "Puran" in the shastra name conjures up the idea that this shastra is a Pratamanuyog shastra about the charitra of a past Maha Purush! However this shastra is not about one individual Maha Purush but the eternal soul present/existing within every living being and about the soul that has obtained the eternal soul state i.e. Siddh Bhagwan).
  • Sauvaiya-Tika A very small shastra - A Tika on Sauvaiya containing a description of the internal magnificience of the infinite capabilities of the soul.
Paramagam Chintamani - 2025 quotes from 100 Shastras (Authored by Kundkund Acharya, Amratchandra Acharya, Jaysen Acharya, Samantbhadra Acharya, Shubchandra Acharya, Acharya Gunabhadra, Acharya Pujyapadswami, Shree Nemichandra Siddhantidev, Acharya Umaswami, Shree Swami Kartikey, Shivkoti Acharya, Padmanandi Acharya, Acharya Pushpadant-Bhutbali, Devsen Acharya, Acharya Akalankdev, Shree Yogindudev, Amitgati Acharya, Mantung Acharya, Acharya Somdev, Shree Miale Dhaval, Virnandi Acharya, Acharya Dharmadas, Narendrasen Acharya, Acharya Jatasihanandi, Kuldhar Acharya, Ravishen Acharya, Kumudchand Acharya, Shree Vidhyanand Swami, Acharya Somprub, Shree Vadibhsinhsur, Munivar Shree Vadiraj, Munivar Ramsinh, Nagsen Muniraj, Shree Rajirsh Amogvarsh, Shree Chandrasagar Varni, Shree Gnaanbhushan, Shree Shubchandra Bhatakker, Shree Taranswami, Pande Rajmalji, Pandit Banarasidasji, Pandit Todarmalji, Mahakavi Dhanjai, Pandit Ashadharji, Pandit Dipchandji, Pandit Daulatramji, Pandit Jaychandji, Pandit Takchandji, Pandit Bhagchandji, Pandit Danatrai, Pandit Budhjanji, Pandit Bhudardasji, Shree Dharmadas Shullak)..
Paramagamsaar - 1008 Quotes selected from Shree KanjiSwami’s lectures
Parmarth Vachnika Pravachan - Lectures on Pandit Banarasidasjis Parmarth Vachnika by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami - translated into Hindi by Pandit Hukamchand Bharill.
Parmatma-Puraan - by Pandit Dipchandji Shah (Kaslival). The word "Puran" in the shastra name conjures up the idea that this shastra is a Pratamanuyog shastra about the charitra of a past Maha Purush! However this shastra is not about one individual Maha Purush but the eternal soul present/existing within every living being or about the soul that has obtained the eternal soul state i.e. Siddh Bhagwan.
ParmatmaPrakash and Yogsaar
ParmatmaPrakash - Describes the three categories of Jiv, BahirAtma (Outward looking soul), AntarAtma (Inward looking soul), ParmAtma (True/Pure soul) and the path to moksh - from being a BahirAtma to ParmAtma via AntarAtma. Composed by Shree YoginduDev with Sanskrit tika by Shreemad Bhrumdev.
Yogsaar - Shrimad Yogindudev created Yogaar in the form of 108 gathas for those jivs who are frightened of Sansaar and desire to free themselves from it (Gatha 3)
Prabhu Patit Pavan - Stuti/Bhakti by Shree Budhjanji from Page 81 of Lagghu Jinvani Sangraha
Pravachan Navneet - Parts 1-4 - Transcripts of Shree Kanjiswami’s lectures on Samaysaar, Bodvachan (By Shreemad Rajchandra), Shree Niyamsaar and Shree Jaysen Acharya krut Tatparyavruti Tika on Shree Samaysaar. Please note that allthough it says "Word-to-word" in the introduction of these book - they are not actually word-to-word - they are compilations!
Part 1 - Shree Samaysaar Gatha 49 and 308-311; Bodhvachan, Bols 108-117 and Gatha 320, Tatparyavruti Tika
Part 2 - Shree Niyamsaar Gatha 38, 50-55 and 77-89
Part 3 - Shree Pravachansar Gatha 172
Part 4 - Shree Samaysaar - 47 Shakti
Pravachan Prasaad - Parts 1-2 - Transcripts of Shree Gurudev KanjiSwami’s Lectures on Shree Punchaastikaai Sangrah. Shree Punchaastikaai describes the universe - i.e. 6 substances in detail (Jiv, Pudgal, Dharmastikai, Adharmastikai, Akaash, Kaal) - Authoured by KundKund Acharya, Tika 1 by Amrutchandra Acharya, Tika 2 by Jaysen Acharya
Pravachan Ratna Chintamani - Parts 1-3 - Transcripts of Shree Kanjiswami’s lectures on Lectures on Niyamsaar ((Authored by Shree Kundkund Acharya, tika by Shree Padmaprubmaldharidev)
Part 1 - MangalAcharan, Jiv Adhikaar & Ajiv Adhikaar, Gathas 1-37
Part 2 - Shuddh BhavAdhikaar, Gathas 38-55
Part 3 - Vyvhaar Charitra Adhikaar, Gathas 56 to 76
Pravachan Ratnakar- Parts 1-11 - Transcripts of Shree KanjiSwami’s Lectures from the 18th reading of Shree Samaysaar - Authored by Kundkund Acharya, Tika by Amrutchandra Acharya, Bhaavarth by Pandit Jaichandji. Note that Samaysaar Siddhi is from the 19th reading.
Part 1 - Purvarung: Gathas 1-15
Part 2 - Jiv-Ajiv Adhikaar: Gathas 16-38
Part 3 - Jiv-Ajiv Adhikaar: Gathas 39-68
Part 4 - KartaKarma Adhikaar: Gathas 69-89
Part 5 - KartaKarma Adhikaar: Gathas 90-144
Part 6 - Punyapaag Adhikaar: Gathas 145-163, Aasrav Adhikaar: Gathas 164-180, Sanvar Adhikaar: Gathas 181-192
Part 7 - Nirjara Adhikaar: Gathas 193-236
Part 8 - Bandh Adhikaar: Gathas 237-287, Moksh Adhikaar: Gathas 288-307
Part 9 - SarvaVishuddhGnaan Adhikaar: Gathas 308-371
Part 10 - SarvaVishuddhGnaan Adhikaar: Gathas 372-415
Part 11 - Parishist: 47 Shaktis, Kalashs 264-278
Pravachan Ratno - Part 1 - Selected Lectures by Shree Kanjiswami’s on Shree Samaysaar Gathas 2, 5, 6, 75, 199, 204, 283, 294, Kalash 192, 215 and Shree Niyamsaar Shlok 120.
Pravachansaar - (Essence of sermons) is one of the few works, of this greatest of ascetics, that have survived the passage of time. To give an idea of the intellect and piety of this great sage, KundKund Acharya, has not just been worshipped by ordinary monks and householders (including Shreemad Rajchandra), but also by other Acharyas over the last 2000 years. Commentaries on this great work have been written in Sanskrit by Amrutchandra Acharya (~1000AD) called Tattvapradipika and Jaysen Acharya (1300AD) called Tattparyavrutti. Other works of KundKund Acharya include Niyamsaar, Samaysaar, Punch-Aastikaai, Ashtpahud, etc..
Pravachansaar TatparyaVrutti Tika - Tika (Commentary) named TatparyaVrutti by Shree Jaysen Acharya on Shree Pravachansaar (Essence of sermons) by Shree Kundkund Acharya.
Pravachan Sudha - Parts 1-11 - Transcripts of Shree KanjiSwami’s Lectures on Shree Pravachansar - Authored by Kundkund Acharya. Includes 2 Tikas - TattvapradipikaVrutti Tika by Amrutchandra Acharyadev & Tatparyavrutti Tika by Jaysen Acharyadev.

Please note that, in the books themselves it states that these lectures are a word to word transcript of Gurudev's audio lectures. However in practice these are not exactly word to word and there are some inaccuracies. So it is advised to listen to Gurudev's audio pravachans while reading.

Part 1 - GnaanTattva Pragnapan: Mangalacharan (Gathas 1-12) & ShuddhUpyog-Adhikaar (Gathas 13-20)
Part 2 - GnaanTattva Pragnapan: Gnaan-Adhikaar (Gathas 21-52)
Part 3 - GnaanTattva Pragnapan: Sukh-Adhikaar (Gathas 53-68) & ShubhParinaam-Adhikaar (Gathas 69-92)
Part 4 - GneyTattva Pragnapan: DrahySamanya-Adhikaar (Gathas 92-104)
Part 5 - GneyTattva Pragnapan: DrahySamanya-Adhikaar (Gathas 105-126)
Part 6 - GneyTattva Pragnapan: DrahyVishesh-Adhikaar (Gathas 127-144) & GnaanGneyVibhaag-Adhikaar (Gathas 145-171)
Part 7 - GneyTattva Pragnapan: GnaanGneyVibhaag-Adhikaar (Gathas 172-183)
Part 8 - GneyTattva Pragnapan: GnaanGneyVibhaag-Adhikaar (Gathas 184-200)
Part 9 - CharanAnuyog Suchak Chulika: Aacharan Pragnapan (Gathas 201-231)
Part 10 - CharanAnuyog Suchak Chulika: MokshMarg Pragnapan (Gathas 232-244), & ShubhUpyog Pragnapan Gathas 245-270)
Part 11 - CharanAnuyog Suchak Chulika: PunchRatna Pragnapan (Gathas 271-275), & Partshist (47 Naiys & AtmaDravyaNi PraptiNo Prakar)
Pravachansaar Pravachano - Lectures by Shree KanjiSwami on the topic of SamyagDarshan from GneyTattva Pragnapan, Dravya Samanya Adhikaar (Gathas 93 to 114) of Shree Pravachansaar, compiled by Vajubhai Ajmera
Pujya Lalchandbhai Shree na Siddhanto ni Sarvani - published on his 100th Janam Jayanti. 100 siddhants (principles) that Lalchandbhai quoted from various shastras or those collected from his lectures
PunchAastiKaaiSangrah - Describes the universe - i.e. 6 substances in detail (Jiv, Pudgal, Dharmastikai, Adharmastikai, Akaash, Kaal). Punchaastikaaisangrah is one of the few works, of this greatest of ascetics, that have survived the passage of time. To give an idea of the intellect and piety of this great sage, KundKund Acharya, has not just been worshipped by ordinary monks and householders (including Shreemad Rajchandra), but also by other Acharyas over the last 2000 years. A commentary on this great work has been written in Sanskrit by Amratchandra Acharya (~1000AD) called ’’Samayvyakhya’’. Other works of KundKund Acharya include Niyamsaar, Samaysaar, Pravachansaar, Ashtpahud, etc..
PunchAastiKaaiSangrah Pravachan - Word-to-Word transcripts of lectures by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on PunchAastiKaaiSangrah
PurushaarthSiddhi-Upaai- also known as JinPravachanRahasya-Kosh by Shrimad Amrutchandra Acharya with commentary by Acharyakalp Pandit Todarmalji and Pandit Daulatramji. PurushaarthSiddhiUpaai details Samyagdarshan (Correct Belief), SamyagGnaan (Correct Knowledge) and SamyagCharitra (Correct Conduct)- with specific details regarding Shravak’s SamyagCharitra. Pandit Todarmalji started writing the commentary on this great work but was killed before he could complete it. Pandit Daulatramji, the author of Chha Dhala, completed that task.
PurushaarthSiddhi-Upaai Pravachan Parts 1-3 - Word-to-Word transcripts of lectures by by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on PurushaarthSiddhi-Upaai
Rajpad - A collection of writings and poetry (bhaktis, stutis, bhajans) by Shreemad Rajchandraji - it includes famous works such as ’AtmaSiddhiShastra’ and ’Apurva avsar aevao kyare aavse’
Rama Charitra- also known as Padmapuran - by Ravishen Acharya - Rama’s life history, including previous births and the future lives of Sita, Laxman and Raavan. Translated by Pandit Daulatramji.
Ratnakarandak Shravakachar - Description of SamyagDarshan, SamyagGnaan and SamyagCharitra (with specific emphasis on SamyagCharitra for Shravaks). Written by Samantbhadra Acharya
Samadhitantra - by Shree Devanandi Acharya also known as Pujyapad Swami describes in detail the three states of jiv - BahirAtma, AntarAtma, ParamAtma. Tika by Shree Prabhachandra
SamadhiNi Svatantrata Parts 1 - 5 - Exact word-to-word transcripts of lectures by Shree Kanjiswami on Samadhitantra in 1974-75. Samadhitantra is authored by Pujyapad Swami, Tika by Shree Prabhachandra.
Samadhitantra Pravachan - Lectures by Shree Kanjiswami on Samadhitantra.
Samaysaar - is one of the few works, of this greatest of ascetics, that have survived the passage of time. Samaysaar’s main purpose is to explain, logically, (1) the characteristics of self and the non-self; (2)method of experiencing the soul. Knowledge of Jainism is not complete without understanding the essence of Samaysaar. To give an idea of the intellect and piety of this great sage, KundKund Acharya, has not just been worshipped by ordinary monks and householders (including Shreemad Rajchandra), but also by other Acharyas over the last 2000 years. Commentaries on this great work have been written by Amrutchandra Acharya (~1000AD), Jaysen Acharya (1300AD), with Bhavaarth by Pandit Jaychandji. Pandit Banarasidasji has written Naatak Samaysaar too. Other works of KundKund Acharya include Niyamsaar, Pravachansaar, Punch-Aastikaai Sangrah, AshtPahud, etc..
Samaysaar Kalash - Kalashes and shloks from Atmakhyaati Tika on Samaysaar by Shrimad Amrutchandra Acharya with commentary by Shree Rajmallji ’Pande’. Translated into hindi by Pandit Fulchandji Siddhantshastri and into Gujarati (based on hindi) by Brumchari Chandulal Khimchand Jobalia
Samaysaar Dohan - Word-To-Word transcripts of lectures given in Nairobi, Kenya by Shree Kanjiswami on Shree Samaysaar Gathas 11,14, 15, 17-18, 31 & 38.
Samaysaar Siddhi Parts 1-13 - Exact Word-To-Word transcripts of lectures by Shree Kanjiswami from the 19th reading of Shree Samaysaar - Authored by Kundkund Acharya, Tika by Amrutchandra Acharya, Bhaavarth by Pandit Jaichandji. Part 12 contains the Word-To-Word transcripts of lectures given in 1977 during a shibir by Shree Kanjiswami on 47 Shakti from the Parishisht Adhikaar of Shree Samaysaar. Part 13 contains the Word-To-Word transcripts of lectures given in 1971 by Shree Kanjiswami on Kalash 264-278 from the Parishisht Adhikaar of Shree Samaysaar
Note that Pravachan Ratnakar is from the 18th reading.
Samaysaarji Stuti - Stuti/Bhakti to Samaysaar Shastra
SamyagGnaan Chandrika Part 2 - Purva Ardh and Uttar Ardh - Pandit Todarmaljis tika on Acharya Nemchandra Siddhantchakravarti's Gommatsaar KarmaKand. These shastras are in the KaranAnuYog catergory of shastras.
SamyagGnaan Chandrika Part 3 - Pandit Todarmaljis tika on Acharya Nemchandra Siddhantchakravarti's Labhadisaar and Kshapanasaar. These shastras are in the KaranAnuYog catergory of shastras.
SamyagGnaan Dipika - (True self knowledge illuminating light) describes the reasons for and the method of being at one with the true, pure soul using a large number of examples to help the reader understand. Written by Bhrumchari Dharmadas Kshulak
Sarva Samanya Pratikraman Avyashak - by Shree Kundkund Acharya, Shreemad Rajchandra, Bhaiya Bhagvatidas and others - contains the following: Sarva Samanya Pratrikraman, Lagghu Pratrikraman, Namah Samasaariya Kalash, Nimit-Upadan Doha and Upadan-Nimit Sanvad.
Sarvarth Siddhi - by Shree Pujyapaad Acharya - tika on Tattvarth Sutra/Moksh Shastra. Translated into Hindi by Pandit Fulchandji Siddhant Shastri
Satta Svaroop - by Shree Bhagchandraji Chajad - Describes the nature of Arihant Bhagwan and proves the existance of Sarvagna (Omniscience)
Sauvaiya-Tika - by Pandit Dipchandji Shah (Kaslival). A very small shastra - A Tika on Sauvaiya containing a description of the internal magnificience of the infinite capabilities of the soul.
ShravakDharmaPrakash - Lectures by Shree Kanji Swami on DeshVratUdyotan Adhikaar from Padmanandi PanchVishantika (Authored by Shree PadmanandiMuniraj) AND Lectures by Shree Kanji Swami on svatantrata (independence)
Shravak Sadhna Pravachan - Lectures by Shree Kanji Swami from 1961 & 1965 on Padmanandi PanchVishantika (Authored by Shree PadmanandiMuniraj)
Shree Vartmaan Chovis Tirthankar Pujan - Shree Vartmaan Chovis Tirthankar Pujan by by Kavi Rajmalji Pavaiya and Brumchari Ravindraji. The audio for these bhaktis can be found in Shree Vartmaan Chovis Tirthankar Pujan
Shuddh Antahtattva - Lectures by Shree Lalchandbhai Amarchand Modi are on, a number of gathas from the ShuddhBhaav adhikaar of Kundkund Acharya’s Shree Niyamsaar and on some of the shloks by Shree PadmaPrabhmalDhariDev (the tika writer). ShuddhBhaav adhikaar gives a description of the pure soul that each and every sole is and Shree Lalchandbhai explains this in detail in this series of lectures
Stotratraiee - Stotratraiee - Contains 3 stotras composed by Shree Samantbhadra Acharya:
  1. Shree Svayambhoo Stotra (also known as ChaturVishanti Jin Stotra) contains 24 Stutis to the 24 Thirthankars of this time-cycle for Bharat Kshetra. Contains the essences of all four Anuyogs with events from each of the Tirthankars lives.
  2. Shree Devagam Stotra (Aapt Mimisa - also named Sarvagna-vishesh-pariksha by Akalank Swami) logically examines what the true nature of Dev (God) should be.
  3. Shree Veer Jin GoonKatha (also known as Yukti Aanushashan) logically describes the true nature of Shree Mahaveer Bhagwan which is also the same as the nature of each and every soul.
Svatantrata Ni Parakashta - Selected Lectures on Svatantatra (Independence) from Gurudev's Lectures on Niyamsaar Gatha 110, Ashtpahud Gatha 10-13 and Parmatma Prakash, Adhikaar 2, Gatha 18
SwamiKartikeyAnupreksha - Shastra describing the 12 bhavnas: Adhruv, Asharan, Sansaar, Ekatva, Anyatva, Asuchi, Asrav, Samvar, Nirjara, Lok, Bodhidurlab, Dharma. Written by Shree Swami Kartikey. Tika by Pandit Jaichandji Chabda. Translated to gujarati by Somchandlal Amthalal Shah (Kalol). Translated to Hindi by Pandit Mahendrakumar Patni (Kavyatirth).
SwamiKartikeyAnupreksha Paravachan - Parts 1-2 - Lectures by GurudevShree Kanjiswami on SwamiKartikeyAnupreksha written by Shree Swami Kartikey. Tika by Pandit Jaichandji Chabda.
SwanubhutiDarshan - Transcripts of Bahenshree Champabahen’s tattva charcha in question-answer format
Tattva Gnaan Pathmala - Parts 1-2 - By Dr Hukamchand. C. Bharill. This is a set of 2 introductory books to Jainism.

Part 1 - Topics include Shree Simandhar Bhagwan, Saat Tattva Sambandhi Bhul, Lakshan ane Lakshanabash, Panchma Gunustanvarti Shravak ni 11 Pratimao, Sukh shu che, Panch Bhavo, Char Abhav, Panch Pandavo, Bhavna Batrisi. Includes test paper.
Part 2 - Topics include MahavirShatak Stotra, Shastra na Arth Samajvani Padati, Punya ane Paap, Upadaan ane Nimit, Atmaanubhuti ane Tattva-vichar, Chha Karako, Chaud Gunusthan, Tirthankar Bhagwan Mahavir, Devagam Stotra (Aapt Mimansa)
TattvaarthSutra/ Tattvarth Sutra - also known as MokshShastra/ Moksh Shastra - by UmaSwami Acharya, student of Kundkund Acharya, is one of the most well-known Jain shastras. Translated by Ramjibhai Manekchand Doshi. Note also that Shree Pujyapaad Acharya dev's Sarvarth Siddhi Vachnika tika on TattvaarthSutra is also now available.
Tattvaanushashan - also known as Dhyan Shastra - by Nagsen Muniraaj, student of Ransen Acharya. Translated by Yogal Kishore Mukhtar (Yugveer).
TattvaGnaan Tarangini / TattvaGyan Tarangini - by Bhattarak Shree Gnaanbhushan - characteristics & description of Shuddh Chiddrup (Pure Soul) from various points of view and method of obtaining/knowing the Pure Soul. Translated by Vajralal Gidharlal Shah.
Tirthankar Mahavir and his Sarvodya Tirth (incomplete) - Short introduction to the 6 phases of each half of thetimecycle followed by descriptions of the previous 23 Tirthankars before describing Mahavir and the essential message of ’bhed-gnaan’ (separating self from non-self). Written by Dr Hukamchand Bharill. This book is incomplete at present
Vachanamrut Pravachan Parts 1-4 - Gurudevshree KanjiSwami's Pravachans on Bahenshrees Vachanamrut

Part 1 - Lectures on Vachamrut numbers 1-125
Part 2 - Lectures on Vachamrut numbers 126-231
Part 3 - Lectures on Vachamrut numbers 232-354
Part 4 - Lectures on Vachamrut numbers 255-432
VachanAmrut Rahasya - Word-To-Word lectures by Gurudev Kanjiswami's on BahenshreeNa VachanAmrut bold 1-13 in Nairobi, Kenya - Lectures in Nairobi, Kenya by Gurudev Shree Kanji Swami on quites 1-13 Bahenshree Champabahens Vachanamrut
Vairagya Path Sangrah - A collection of bhaktis on the topic of Vairagya written by Pandit Shree Ravindra bhai Jain, Amayan, MP, India.
VarasAnuvekha 12 Bhavnas - written by Shree Kundkund Acharya and translated into Hindi by Dr Devendra Kumar, Shastri. VarasAnuvekha is a lesser known work of Kundkund Acharya whose more famous shastras are Samaysaar, Niyamsaar, Pravachansaar, Punchaastikaai, AshtPahud
VastuVignaanSaar - Lectures by Shree Kanjiswami on selected essential topics:- Purusharth, Atmasvaroop ni sachi samjan, Upadan-Nimmit, Kriya, VyavhaarnayaNa paksh.., Gnaanni svadhinta.., Dravya Drashti
Vegetarian food and Jain Conduct - Vegetarianism covers a wide spectrum of acceptabilities not all of which would be consistent with the principle of non-violence. This is a short and practical introduction to this subject. It also highlights the dangers posed by creeping abandonment of non-violence as people are convinced by arguments (which do not stand up to questioning) of the acceptability of various product such as eggs, honey, alcohol, etc.. Written by Dr Hukamchand Bharill. This can be downloaded to your PC in ZIP (143Mb) file format.
Vitraag ViGnaan Pathmala - Parts 1-2 - By Dr Hukamchand. C. Bharill. This is a set of 3 introductory books to Jainism.

Part 1 - Topics include Dev stuti (Homage to the Gods), Atma ane Parmatma (Soul and The Supreme Soul), Saat Tattva (Seven Fundamentals), Chha Aawashyak (The Six Essentials), Karma, Rakshabandhan Jambuswami, Baar (12) Bhavna (Twelve Wishful Reflections)
Part 2 - Topics include Upasana (Homage to the Gods, Scriptures and Monks), Dev Shastra Guru (God, Scripture and Monk), Saat Tattvta (Errors in Understanding the Seven Fundamentals), Char Anuyog (A classification of the Jain Scriptures), Tran lok (The Three Worlds), Saat Vyasan (Seven Addictions), Ahinsa (Non Violence - A commentary), Ashtahnika Mahavarva (The Great Ashtanika Festival), Bhagwan Parasvanath, Dev Shastra Guru stuti (Adoration of the God, the Scripture and the Monk)
Part 3 - Topics include Siddh Pujan (Homage to The Siddhas), Puja vidhi ane phal (Worship, Method and Benefit), Upyog (Operative Consciousness), Grahit and Agrahit Mithyatva (Adopted and Inherited False Knowledge/Belief), Hun Kaun Chu (Who Am I?), Shravak na 12 vrat (Twelve Conduct Rules of A Spiritually Householder), Mukti no Marg (The Path to Liberation), Nischay ane Vyavhaar (Real And Conventional), Das Lakshan Mahavarva (The Great Festival of Ten Virtues), Balbhadra Ram, Samaysaar Stuti (Summary of Homage to the Samaysar)
Yogsaar and ParmatmaPrakash
Yogsaar - Shrimad Yogindudev created Yogaar in the form of 108 gathas for those jivs who are frightened of Sansaar and desire to free themselves from it (Gatha 3)
ParmatmaPrakash - Describes the three categories of Jiv, BahirAtma (Outward looking soul), AntarAtma (Inward looking soul), ParmAtma (True/Pure soul) and the path to moksh - from being a BahirAtma to ParmAtma via AntarAtma. Composed by Shree YoginduDev with Sanskrit tika by Shreemad Bhrumdev.
Yogsaar Pravachan - Word-to-word transcripts of lectures by GurudevShree KanjiSwami on Yogsaar (written by Shrimad Yogindudev)
Yogsaar Pravachan - lectures by GurudevShree KanjiSwami on Yogsaar (written by Shrimad Yogindudev)
Yogsaar Prabhrut - was written by Shreemad Amitgati Acharya (in the 11th century AD) for the purpose of experiencing the soul's pure nature, by which happiness is attained. The tool for experiencing the soul is "upyog" (hence the name Yog...). To experience the soul, the distinctive characteristics of:
- the living (jiv) and non-living (ajiv) substances,
- nature of aasrav (including false belief),
- bandh (including difference between knowledge and experience),
- sanvar (samvar),
- nirjara,
- moksh
are described, in addition to:
- the independence of every substance,
- essential true conduct (which can only exist where true knowledge and belief exist),
- true natures of happiness and miseries.
This shastra has 540 Gathas (verses) arranged in 9 Adhikaars (chapters).
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