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Bhagavân Vimalanath (श्रीविमलनाथ) 

   Jain tirthankara Vimalanath
   Lakshan Sign
     
  Shukar (Boar)

   

  

Tirthankara Vimalanath  (13th Tirthankara)

 Name                 .....................Vimalanatha (श्रीविमलनाथ) 
Father's Name .....................Kritaverma 
Mother's Name.................... Shyama Devi (Suramya)
Birth Place       ......................Kampilpur 
Birth Thithi       ......................magh su. 3 
Diksha Thithi  ...................... magh su. 3 
Kevalgyan Thithi  ................paush su. 6 
Naksharta       ....................... Uttarbhadrapad 
Diksha Sathi  ......................  1000 
Shadhak Jeevan  ............... 15,00,000 purva 
Age Lived       ......................  60,00,000 years 
Lakshan Sign ....................  Shukar  (Boar)
Neervan Place ..................   Sameed Shikar 
Neervan Sathi ..................    6000 
Neervan Thithi ..................   aashad ku. 7 

    Acharya Samantabhadra praised Tirthankara Vimalanatha as
 
 
Permanent or temporary one-sided views are self and others destroying, irrelative. 
 
In Thy lore, O Saint Vimala! they are for self others helping, and relative.
    
 
As an efficient cause for serving a work treat others helping hands  relatively. 
 So common view put forth specific view approved by ye according to merits’ relatively.

  
 
With each other relatively things are distinct, Thy logic proved with common quality. 
 The logic is perfect as wisdom inculcating epistemology reflects self & other’s reality.

  
 
The speech is adjective of the substantive it cannot tell anything else, 
In them excessive references from the view of relativity are nothing else.

  
 
Your relative view (Syatnaya) is truthful like the juiceful iron. 
It serves the purpose, bow their head the many a spiritual one.

  

 
                                                                            

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