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3 Jewels of Jainism | जैन धर्म के ३ रत्न

3 Jewels of Jainism | जैन धर्म के ३ रत्न | Jain News Views
3 Jewels of Jainism | जैन धर्म के ३ रत्न | Jain News Views

जैन धर्म मनुष्य को स्वयं अपना भाग्य विधाता मानता है।

मोक्षप्राप्ति के लिए आवश्यक है कि मनुष्य अपने पूर्वजन्म के कर्मफल का नाश करे और इस जन्म में किसी प्रकार का कर्मफल संग्रहीत न करे। यह लक्ष्य ‘त्रिरत्न’ के अनुशीलन और अभ्यास से प्राप्त होता है।


जैन धर्म के त्रिरत्न हैं-

  1. सम्यक् दर्शन

  2. सम्यक् ज्ञान

  3. सम्यक् आचरण

सत् में विश्वास सम्यक् श्रद्धा है, सद्रूप का शंकाविहीन और वास्तविक ज्ञान सम्यक् ज्ञान है तथा वाह्य जगत् के विषयों के प्रति सम दु:ख-सुख भाव से उदासीनता ही सम्यक आचरण है।

हमने जैन धर्म के ३ रत्नो को अंग्रेजी में समजने एक इमेज बनायीं है ! इससे युवा पढी के साथ शेयर करे और जैन धर्म को सभी तक पोहोचाए ! जैन धर्म की प्रभावना करने का अवसर मिलना ही बहुत बड़े पुनिया का उदय है !


3 Jewels of Jainism | जैन धर्म के ३ रत्न
3 Jewels of Jainism | जैन धर्म के ३ रत्न

Right faith – Samyak darshana

This doesn’t mean believing what you’re told, but means seeing (hearing, feeling, etc.) things properly, and avoiding preconceptions and superstitions that get in the way of seeing clearly.

Some books call samyak darshana “right perception”. You can’t achieve this unless you are determined to find the truth, and distinguish it from untruth.

Right knowledge – Samyak jnana

This means having an accurate and sufficient knowledge of the real universe – this requires a true knowledge of the five (or six) substances and nine truths of the universe – and having that knowledge with the right mental attitude.

One writer puts it like this: “if our character is flawed and our conscience is not clear, knowledge alone will not help us achieve composure and happiness”.

Today this means having a proper knowledge of the Jain scriptures.

Some writers describe right knowledge as meaning having a pure soul; a soul that is free from attachment and desire… others say that a person who has right knowledge will naturally free themselves from attachment and desire, and so achieve peace of mind.

Right conduct – Samyak charitra

This means living your life according to Jain ethical rules, to avoid doing harm to living things and freeing yourself from attachment and other impure attitudes and thoughts.

Jains believe that a person who has right faith and right knowledge will be motivated and able to achieve right conduct.

Many Jains believe that a person without right faith and right knowledge cannot achieve right conduct – so it’s no use following scripture and ritual for the wrong reasons (e.g. so that other people will think you are a good person). Not all Jains hold this view.

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