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Fifth Dhal

 

Reasons for thinking of the "bhavnas", those eligible and the consequence

Consequence of the "bhavnas" and condition for attaining "moksh"

The 12 "bhavnas" are now described.

1 - Anitya (Unenduring) bhavna

2 - Asharan (Refugeless) bhavna

3 - Sansaar (Bound states) bhavna

4 - Aektva (Aloneness) bhavna

5 - Anyatva (Separateness) bhavna

6 - Ashuchi (Bodily impurity) bhavna

7 - Aasrav (Increasing impurity) bhavna

8 - Samvar (Stopping impurity) bhavna

9 - Nirjara (Increasing purity) bhavna

10 - Lok (Universe) bhavna

11 - Bodhidurlabh (Rarity of understanding self) bhavna

12 - Dharma (Actual nature of religion) bhavna

Nature of real sage (i.e. who experiences the soul)

 

Reasons for thinking of the "bhavnas", those eligible and the consequence

bhavnaaonu chintvnnu karan, tena adhikari ane tenu fal

Consequence of the "bhavnas" and condition for attaining "moksh"

bhavnaaonu fal ane mokshsukhpraptino samay

The 12 "bhavnas" are now described.

te bar bhavnaaonu svrup kahevayi che

1 - Anitya (Unenduring) bhavna

2 - Asharan (Refugeless) bhavna

3 - Sansaar (Bound states) bhavna

4 - Aektva (Aloneness) bhavna

5 - Anyatva (Separateness) bhavna

6 - Ashuchi (Bodily impurity) bhavna

7 - Aasrav (Increasing impurity) bhavna

8 - Samvar (Stopping impurity) bhavna

9 - Nirjara (Increasing purity) bhavna

10 - Lok (Universe) bhavna

11 - Bodhidurlabh (Rarity of understanding self) bhavna

12 - Dharma (Actual nature of religion) bhavna

Nature of real sage (i.e. who experiences the soul)