3 EXPLANATION OF PRATIKRAMANA SUTRAS 1-10:KAREMI BHANTE, LOGASSA SUTRA.ANNATTHA SUTRA ,TASSA UTTARI SUTRA,IRIYAVAHIYAM SUTRA,ABBHUTTHIO SUTRA,ICHCHHAKARA SUTRA,KHAMASAMANA SUTRA ,PANCHIDIYA SUTRA,NAMASKAR MAHA MANTRA

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3 Namaskr Mha Mantra (1) Object: Deepest salutations to the five most auspicious beings, the great souls. Namaskr Mantra is the most revered mantra in Jain religion. It is a prayer to attain the Panch Parmesthis virtues by emulating their actions (Chritraya) to achieve highest pinnacle of life the Liberation (Moksha, Nirvna). Sutra 1 - Obeisance to Five SupremesObeisance to Five Supremes4. 4 By reciting Namaskr Mantra, we offers the obeisance to Pancha Parmeshtis, the five supreme beings. Arihant, Siddha, chrya, Updhyy and Sdhus which include all monks and nuns of the world. Namaskr Mha Mantra (1a)5. 5 In the first and second sentences obeisance is offered to the omniscient Gods which are Arihant and Siddha. In the third, fourth and the fifth sentences obeisance is offered to ascetics which are chrya, Updhyy and Sdhus. Namaskr Mha Mantra (1b)6. 6 The mantra offers the obeisance to the virtues of Pancha Parmesthis not to the individuals. There exist a total of 108 virtues or attributes of these five supreme beings. Namaskr Mha Mantra (1c)7. 7 Namo Arihantnam I bow down to Arihants ; Namo Siddhnam I bow down to Siddhs ; Namo yariynam I bow down to chrys ; Namo Uvajjhynam I bow down to Updhyys ; Namaskr Mha Mantra (1d)8. 8 Eso Panch Namukkro, Savva Pva Pansano This fivefold obeisance destroys all sins, Mangalnam cha Savvesim Padhamam Havai Mangalam Is the foremost among all the auspicious activities. Namo Loe Savva Shunam I bow down to the universal fraternity of Sdhus and Sdhvies. Namaskr Mha Mantra (1e)9. 9 Namaskr Mha Mantra (1A) Please view Navkr Mha Mantra Word by word Meaning presentation.10. 10 Panchidiya Sutra (2) Also known as Guru Sthpan Sutra Object: Recitation of 36 attributes of head of congregation (chrya), the teacher, the Guru, the preceptor. Panchindiya Sutra is recited to invoke the spiritual master and therefore it is known as Sthpan (invocation) sutra, to call for assistance & inspiration from the Guru. Sutra 2 Recitation of 36 Attributes of Guru11. 11 Panchidiya Sutra (2A) Guru Sthpan Sutra There are mainly three cadres of the Sdhu (monks). The highest are called chryas, who are the heads of the religious order, who are our spiritual master or the Guru. They are imbibed with 36 attributes as detailed in Panchidiya SutraPanchidiya Sutra.12. 12 Panchidiya Sutra (2-1) The Guru effectively controls five sense organs (Panch Indriya Nishedha), observes nine guidelines (limitations) of celibacy (Nava Brahmachrya Vda),13. 13 Panchidiya Sutra (2-2) The preceptor effectively free from 4 passions of anger, ego, deceit and greed (Chra Kashyas) thus equipped with these eighteen attributes.14. 14 Panchidiya Sutra (2-3) He/she practices five great vows of non violence, truth, non accepting unless specifically offered, celibacy and non-possession; (Panch Mahvratas).15. 15 Panchidiya Sutra (2-4) He is capable of observing five fold spiritual codes of conducts (five chras) which are: rational faith (Samyak Darshan), rational knowledge (Samyak Jnn), rational conduct (Samyak Chritra), rational austerities (Samyak Tapa), & vigor (Virya).16. 16 Panchidiya Sutra (2-5) He is very alert and careful while: walking, speaking, accepting anything, placing or replacing any items, and disposing human waste & other items (Five Samitis). He/she effectively controls three aspects of mind, speech and body (Three Guptis). (In all) my Guru is thus embedded with these 36 attributes . 2-217. 17 Panchidiya Sutra (2a) Panchindiya Five sense organs Samvarano, controller Taha and Navaviha Nine guidelines Bambhachera Celibacy vows Guttidharo limitation Observer18. 18 Panchidiya Sutra (2b) Chahuviha Four types of Kasya Toxic Passions mukko, free from19. 19 Panchidiya Sutra (2c) Iha Thus Atthras Eighteen Gunehim Attributes Sanjutto Equipped with these20. 20 Panchidiya Sutra (2d) Pancha Five mahavvaya Great vows jutto, Practices21. 21 Panchid

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<ul><li><p>1 </p><p>Of </p><p>Pratikramana Sutra </p><p>Interpretation and explanation of </p><p>Pratikramana stotras in English. </p><p>Explanation </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>List of sutra </p><p>1 Namaskr Maha Mantra 2 Panchidiya Sutra 3 Khamsaman Sutra 4 Ichchhakra sutra 5 Abbhutthio Sutra 6 Iriyvahiyam Sutra 7 Tassa Uttari Sutra 8 Annattha Sutra 9 Logassa Sutra 10 Karemi Bhante </p><p>List of sutra in this presentation. </p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1) </p><p> Object: Deepest salutations to the five most auspicious beings, the great souls. </p><p> Namaskr Mantra is the most revered mantra in Jain religion. </p><p>It is a prayer to attain the Panch Parmesthis virtues by emulating their actions (Chritraya) to achieve highest pinnacle of life </p><p>the Liberation (Moksha, Nirvna). </p><p>Sutra 1 - Obeisance to Five Supremes </p></li><li><p>4 </p><p> By reciting Namaskr Mantra, we offers </p><p> the obeisance to Pancha Parmeshtis, </p><p>the five supreme beings. </p><p>Arihant, Siddha, chrya, Updhyy </p><p>and Sdhus which include all monks and </p><p>nuns of the world. </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1a) </p></li><li><p>5 </p><p>In the first and second sentences obeisance </p><p>is offered to the omniscient Gods which are </p><p>Arihant and Siddha. </p><p>In the third, fourth and the fifth </p><p>sentences obeisance is offered to </p><p>ascetics which are </p><p>chrya, Updhyy and Sdhus. </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1b) </p></li><li><p>6 </p><p>The mantra offers the obeisance to the </p><p>virtues of Pancha Parmesthis </p><p>not to the individuals. </p><p>There exist a total of </p><p>108 virtues or attributes of </p><p>these five supreme beings. </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1c) </p></li><li><p>7 </p><p>Namo Arihantnam </p><p>I bow down to Arihants ; </p><p> Namo Siddhnam </p><p>I bow down to Siddhs ; </p><p> Namo yariynam </p><p>I bow down to chrys ; </p><p> Namo Uvajjhynam </p><p> I bow down to Updhyys ; </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1d) </p></li><li><p>8 </p><p>Eso Panch Namukkro, Savva Pva Pansano </p><p>This fivefold obeisance destroys all sins, </p><p>Mangalnam cha Savvesim </p><p>Padhamam Havai Mangalam </p><p>Is the foremost among all the auspicious activities. </p><p>Namo Loe Savva Shunam </p><p> I bow down to the universal fraternity of Sdhus and Sdhvies. </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1e) </p></li><li><p>9 </p><p>Namaskr Mha Mantra (1A) </p><p>Please view </p><p>Navkr Mha Mantra </p><p>Word by word Meaning </p><p>presentation. </p></li><li><p>10 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2) </p><p> Also known as Guru Sthpan Sutra </p><p> Object: Recitation of 36 attributes of head of congregation (chrya), the teacher, the Guru, the preceptor. </p><p> Panchindiya Sutra is recited to invoke the spiritual master and therefore it is known as Sthpan (invocation) sutra, to call for assistance &amp; inspiration from the Guru. </p><p>Sutra 2 Recitation of 36 Attributes of Guru </p></li><li><p>11 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2A) </p><p> Guru Sthpan Sutra </p><p> There are mainly three cadres of the Sdhu (monks). </p><p> The highest are called chryas, who are the heads of the religious order, who are our spiritual master or the Guru. </p><p> They are imbibed with 36 attributes as detailed in Panchidiya Sutra. </p></li><li><p>12 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-1) </p><p> The Guru effectively controls five sense organs (Panch Indriya Nishedha), </p><p> observes nine guidelines (limitations) of celibacy (Nava Brahmachrya Vda), </p></li><li><p>13 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-2) </p><p>The preceptor effectively free from 4 passions of anger, ego, deceit and greed (Chra Kashyas) thus equipped with these </p><p>eighteen attributes. </p></li><li><p>14 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-3) </p><p> He/she practices five great vows </p><p> of non-violence, truth, non-accepting unless </p><p> specifically offered, celibacy and </p><p> non-possession; (Panch Mahvratas). </p></li><li><p>15 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-4) </p><p> He is capable of observing five fold spiritual codes of conducts (five chras) which are: </p><p> rational faith (Samyak Darshan), rational knowledge (Samyak Jnn), rational conduct (Samyak Chritra), rational austerities (Samyak Tapa), &amp; vigor (Virya). </p></li><li><p>16 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-5) </p><p> He is very alert and careful while: walking, speaking, accepting anything, placing or replacing any items, and disposing human waste &amp; other items (Five Samitis). </p><p> He/she effectively controls three aspects of mind, speech and body (Three Guptis). </p><p> (In all) my Guru is thus embedded with these 36 attributes . </p><p>2-2 </p></li><li><p>17 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2a) </p><p> Panchindiya Five sense organs Samvarano, controller Taha and Navaviha Nine guidelines Bambhachera Celibacy vows Guttidharo limitation Observer </p></li><li><p>18 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2b) </p><p> Chahuviha Four types of </p><p> Kasya Toxic Passions </p><p> mukko, free from </p></li><li><p>19 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2c) </p><p> Iha Thus Atthras Eighteen Gunehim Attributes Sanjutto Equipped with these </p></li><li><p>20 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2d) </p><p> Pancha Five </p><p> mahavvaya Great vows </p><p> jutto, Practices </p></li><li><p>21 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2e) </p><p> Panca Five </p><p> Vihyra Fold of spiritual codes of conduct (Five chras) </p><p> Plana Observes </p><p> Samattho. Capable </p></li><li><p>22 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-8) </p><p> Pancha Five </p><p> samio Samitis </p><p> Ti three </p><p> gutto, Guptis </p></li><li><p>23 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2-10) </p><p> Chhatteesa 36 </p><p> Guno Attributes </p><p> Guru Guru, teacher </p><p> Majjha my (Guru) </p></li><li><p>24 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2B) </p><p> Presence of an ascetic teacher (Guru) is essential while performing the rituals. </p><p> Any religious activity, especially Smyika and Pratikramana, are most beneficial when performed in the presence of an ascetic teacher. </p><p> It is very important to keep the image of spiritual master in mind while performing the rituals; otherwise performing religious activities is fruitless and does not produce true beneficial effects. </p></li><li><p>25 </p><p>Panchidiya Sutra (2C) </p><p> When it is not possible to have the presence of an ascetic teacher, a holy book, preferably containing Navakra Mantra, Panchindiya Sutra, a religious symbol or a picture of an ascetic teacher can be placed on a wooden stand at a certain height (between the nose and the navel), as a symbolic representation of the ascetic preceptor. </p></li><li><p>26 </p><p> Object: To pay respect to the deva (Tirthankar) and the spiritual master (Guru). </p><p> By reciting the Khamsaman Sutra, the aspirant pays homage to the Guru by first standing with his/her Charaval in his/her folded hands and then by kneeling down. </p><p>Sutra 3- Homage to the Deva &amp; Guru </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3) </p></li><li><p>27 Homage to the Guru </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra, (3A) </p></li><li><p>28 </p><p>Ichchmi Khamsamano </p><p> Khamsamano Sutra is also known as </p><p> Panchng Pranipt Sutra, as this Sutra is </p><p> recited while offering obeisance in a specific </p><p> posture in which, the five body parts </p><p> (panchnga) namely, two hands, two knees </p><p> and forehead touch the floor. </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3B) </p></li><li><p>29 </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3C) </p><p> Ichchmi Khamsamano </p><p> One must stand up and recite the Ichchmi </p><p> Khamsamano sutra and bow down. </p><p> This sutra is recited every time, we need a </p><p> certain permission from the Guru. </p></li><li><p>30 </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3-1) </p><p> Oh! Forgiving Gurudev, I am giving up all my </p><p> wrongful acts with all my strength and bow </p><p> down to you with my head near to your feet. </p></li><li><p>31 </p><p> Ichchhmi I desire </p><p> Khamsamano, Oh! Forgiving gurudev </p><p> Vandium to bow down </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3a) </p></li><li><p>32 </p><p>Jvanijje; With all my strength </p><p>Niseehie, Giving up all my sinful acts </p><p>Matthaena My head near to your feet </p><p>Vandmi. I am bowing (to you) </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3b) </p></li><li><p>33 </p><p>Khamsaman Sutra (3C) </p><p> Holy masters have many attributes out of which forgiveness is the foremost; therefore they are also called Kshm-shramana (monks of forgiving nature). </p><p> As while paying respect one bows down touching five body parts; the head, both hands and knees on the ground, that is why it is also called Panchnga Prnipata Sutra. </p></li><li><p>34 </p><p>Ichchhakra sutra (4) </p><p>Sutra 4- Wellness of the Guru </p><p> Object: To enquire about the welfare of the spiritual master (Guru) during his journey on the path of righteousness. </p></li><li><p>35 </p><p>Ichchhakra sutra (4-1) </p><p>Oh! Master! I hope and wish you were comfortable during night </p><p>(and day) and while performing austerity, keeping in good health and following the path </p><p>of righteousness. </p><p>Oh master are you comfortable? Will you </p><p>please accept the alms? </p></li><li><p>36 </p><p>Ichchhakra sutra (4A) </p><p> What is importance of spiritual preceptor? </p><p> If we look into past every great person had a preceptor (guru) for proper guidance. </p><p> Without his guidance it is not possible to achieve anything. </p><p> Always respect him, serve him to best of your ability and ask his permission and act according to his instruction to start any religious activity. </p></li><li><p>37 </p><p>Abbhutthio Sutra (5) </p><p>Sutra 5 Forgiveness sutra </p><p>Also known as Guru-khman Sutra </p><p> Object: Asking forgiveness from the spiritual master. </p><p> This sutra shows respect and feelings to the spiritual master by a householder who wishes to confess for all the : </p><p> (1) Forbidden things he may have done, (2) Duties that he may have not performed, </p></li><li><p>38 </p><p>Abbhutthio Sutra (5) </p><p>(3) Violations of the twelve vows, </p><p>(4) Offences against right faith, knowledge and conduct, </p><p>(5) Evils as a result of possessions, </p><p>(6) Actions motivated by passions and hate, partiality for false creeds </p><p>(7) Dissemination of false dogmas, </p><p>(8) Wrong done in course of daily business or household duties. </p></li><li><p>39 </p><p>Abbhutthio Sutra (5) </p><p> Give me permission willingly oh lord! I have come forward to seek forgiveness for the sins I may have committed on this day. (As the master willingly gives permission) </p><p>As per the permission, I seek forgiveness for the sins I may have committed on this day. </p></li><li><p>40 </p><p>Abbhutthio Sutra (5) </p><p>I seek forgiveness for whatever unfriendly or excessively unfriendly acts I may have </p><p>committed this day in regard to eating and drinking, in regard to modesty (vinaya) and </p><p>respect(vaiyvrttya). </p></li><li><p>41 </p><p>Abbhutthio Sutra (5) </p><p>I seek forgiveness in regard to speech and conversation, in regard to seating myself at a </p><p>higher or at the same level as you, or in interrupting you when you are speaking, or </p><p>created bad feelings, or excessively bad feelings by exaggerating in what you have said. </p></li><li><p>42 </p><p>Abbhutthio Sutra (5) </p><p>Whatever little or great disrespect </p><p>I may have shown, which you know but </p><p>I am not aware, may those wrongful </p><p>deeds be forgiven and become fruitless. </p></li><li><p>43 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6) </p><p>Also known as Airypathiki Sutra </p><p> Object: Asking forgiveness from the spiritual master for sins occurred while moving around. </p><p> Every spiritual activity is to be undertaken with vigilance so as to remain non-violent to the utmost possible extent. </p><p> Sutra 6: Forgiveness verse of Smyika </p></li><li><p>44 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6A) </p><p> But we might have inadvertently indulged in some violence or caused distress to other beings during our movement. </p><p> For atonement of such violence, we are undertaking a Kusagga of 25 breaths. </p><p>. The term literally means giving up the physique and to observe physical as well as mental silence. </p></li><li><p>45 </p><p>Iriy-patha means the path of ones </p><p> movement from place to place. </p><p>As the primary violation of this activity is </p><p>injury or destruction of any form of life, </p><p>one recites this sutra to ask for forgiveness. </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6B) </p></li><li><p>46 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6-1) </p><p>Oh lord! Grant me your permission willingly. I want to repent for any injury (pain), </p><p>I may have caused on the path of my movement. Permission granted (master says). </p></li><li><p>47 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6-2) </p><p>In coming and </p><p>in going, </p><p>I may have </p><p>crushed living </p><p>beings, seeds, </p><p>plants, dew, </p><p>anthills, spider </p><p>webs, live water, </p><p>or live earth. </p></li><li><p>48 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6-3) </p><p> Whatever living beings or souls, </p><p> with one sense, two senses, </p><p> three senses, four senses or </p><p> five senses, </p></li><li><p>49 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6-4) </p><p> I may have inflicted pain, crushed, attacked, </p><p> covered with dust, rubbed, collided with one </p><p> another, frightened or bothered, </p></li><li><p>50 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6-5) </p><p> I may have inflicted pain by, turning on one side or completely upside down, tormented by </p><p>moving from one place to another, </p><p>I may have bothered, alarmed or separated from life and made them lifeless. </p></li><li><p>51 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6-6) </p><p> May the ignorance in me that </p><p> caused pain, in other living beings </p><p> come to an end, and </p><p> may they, all forgive me. </p></li><li><p>52 </p><p> Ichchh-krena I desire to do Sandisaha give me permission Bhagavan, my Gurudev </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6a) </p></li><li><p>53 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6b) </p><p>Iry Vahiyanm pained living beings while walking on the road Paddikka-mmi? I desire to free myself from all my sins Ichchham I respect your permission </p></li><li><p>54 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6c) </p><p> Ichchmi I desire </p><p> Padikkamiu to be free from my sin </p></li><li><p>55 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6d) </p><p> Iriyvahiye, while walking on the road </p><p> Virhane, I may have caused </p></li><li><p>56 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6e) </p><p> Gaman-gamane, coming or going </p><p> Pnakka-mane, crushed the living beings </p><p> Biakka-mane, crushed seeds (animate) </p><p> Hariyakka-mane, crushed plants (live) </p></li><li><p>57 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6f) </p><p> Os-Uttinga, crushed dew and anthills Panaga-daga, moss &amp; live (unboiled) water Matti live earth organism Makkad Santna, spider webs Sankamane crushed, squeezed </p></li><li><p>58 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6g) </p><p> Je me jiv Whatever, by me, living beings, virhiy, I may have tortured Egindiy, with one sense Beindiy, two senses Teindiy, three senses Chaurindiy, four senses Panchindiy, five senses </p></li><li><p>59 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6h) </p><p> Abihay, attacked while coming Vattiy, by covering with dust Lesiy, by rubbed in ground Sanghiy, by touching or turning on one side Sanghattiy, by colliding with one another </p></li><li><p>60 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6i) </p><p> Pariyaviy, turning up side down </p><p> Kilmiy, may have inflicted pain </p><p> ddaviy, frightened, bothered </p></li><li><p>61 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6j) </p><p> Thno-Thnam, one place to another </p><p> Sankmiy, moved from </p><p> Jiviyo from life </p><p> vavaroviy, separated them </p></li><li><p>62 </p><p>Iriyvahiyam Sutra (6k) </p><p> May the ignorance in me that </p><p> caused pain, in other living beings </p><p> come to an end, and </p><p> may they, all forgive me. </p></li><li><p>63 </p><p>Tassa Uttari Sutra (7) </p><p> Object: Additional eff...</p></li></ul>