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 Bhagavân Sambhavanath
     (श्रीसंभवनाथ)
  
     Jain Tirthanakar Shambavnath
         Horse the sign of Shambavnath
  Lakshan Sign Horse

     


                

 

 

विश्वभव्यजनारामकुल्यातुल्या जयन्ति ताः।
देशना समये वाचः श्रीसंभवजगत्पतेः।।
जिस तरह जल बगीचे के वृक्षो की तृप्ति करता है, उसी तरह श्री संभवनाथ स्वामी के उपदेश-समय के वचन समस्त जगत् के प्राणियो की तृप्ति करते है।  - श्री हेमचन्द्रचार्य

Name                ................     Sambhav Prabhu
Father's Name ...................Jitari 
Mother's Name .................. Susena 
Birth Place ........................ .Sharavasti 
Birth Thithi ..........................margshirsh su. 14 
Diksha Thithi   ....................margshirsh su. 15 
Kevalgyan Thithi ...............kartik ku. 5 
Naksharta          ..................Margshirsh 
Diksha Sathi  ................... .1,000 
Shadhak Jeevan  .............1,00,000 purva less 4 puvang 
Age Lived  ....................... ..60,00,000 purva 
Lakshan Sign ................... Horse 
 
Neervan Place ................. Sammed Shekhar 
Neervan Sathi   ............... .1,000 
Neervan Thithi  .................Chaitra su. 5 
Colour            ......................Golden

   Sambhavanath the third Jain Tirthankara of the present age born at  Sravasthi in the Ikshvaku clan on the fourteenth day of the Margshrsha shukla month. His father was King Jitari Raja of Sarvasthi and mother was Queen Saina Rani.  Before the birth of Sambhavanath there was a devastating draught and the population was deprived even of a few drops of water in Shravasti. When Sambhavanath came into the womb of queen Sena Devi, there were sufficient rains and abundant crop. One day when the king and queen were happily watching the lush green vegetation all around, the king said, "My dear! it seems that all this has been made possible (Sambhav) due to the auspicious influence of the pious soul in your womb, so we shall call our son- Sambhav."
  After a fourteen year period of spiritual practices, he attained omniscience. Arhat  Sambhavnath gave his first discourse on the ephemeral nature of the mundane existence. For a long period he worked for the spread of religion. He got Nirvana on the fifth day of the bright half of the month of Chaitra.

 
                                                                            

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