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The Kalpa Sútra ; and, Nava Tatva : two works illustrative of the Jain religion and philosophy

Author: Bhadra Báhu.; John Stevenson, D.D. missionary
Publisher: London : Allen, 1848.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bhadra Báhu.; John Stevenson, D.D. missionary
OCLC Number: 318160043
Notes: Printed for the Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland. The translator made use of a Sanskrit commentary, entitled Sákhábadha by Yasovijaya.
Description: xxviii, 144 p., plates ; 8vo.
Other Titles: Nava Tatva.
Kalpa Sútra ; and, Nava Tatva
Responsibility: translated from the Mágadhi ; with an appendix, containing remarks on the language of the original, by J. Stevenson.

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