India Jains encourage their monastics to do research and obtain higher education. Monks and nuns,
particularly in Rajasthan, have published numerous research monographs. Jains, according to the 2001
census, have the highest degree of literacy of any religious community in India (94.1 per cent),[111] and
their manuscript libraries are the oldest in the country. Jain libraries, including those at Patan and Jaisalmer,
have a large number of well preserved manuscripts.  
To study; (svadhyaya)

The avatar's are said to be the result of a curse from Bhirgu, Vishnu kills Usnas Bhirgu's wife or Jain
Millinatha was cut out of Hindu history but they could not totally kill her while the Jain's maintain there  own
history and all of this is over a small part of the Veda had a Jain authorship. The Avatar that involve Bali The
people of pakisan maintain that the avatar happend at the city of Mulatan. The site of Harrapa is on the
road Mulatan that was the east bank of the river. The new Mulatan is now at the end or conjuction of Three
rivers or at the end of the path Mulatan. The dwarf avatara as Balabharata "the little Bharata" Name of
Kavya and Balavirya desendant of Bharata. Jasmine from the Persian "Yasmin" the root is a proven
medicine Mula root as in Mulatan and Mula the original.

It is believed that Mallinath prabhu was 25 measure of bow(at that time unit of measurement
was bow i.e. Bow of bow & arrow) in height.

Her name is Surasa and Manasa. The Kasyapa's grandsons from Kadru and Surasa were
called Urgas and Nagas. Rg.x.76 ascribe jarat-karna and x.175 to Arbuda
In Indian mythology, Nagas are primarily serpent-beings living under the sea. Here we see the
king and queen of water nagas worshipping Parshva, the Jain Tirthankara of the era before
this one.

Kashyapa married Manasa to sage Jaratkaru, who agreed to marry her on the condition that he
would leave her if she disobeyed him. Once, when Jaratkaru was awakened by Manasa, he
became upset with her because she awakened him too late for worship, and so he deserted
her. On the request of the great Hindu gods, Jaratkaru returned to Manasa and she gave birth
to Astika, their son.

In mythology She convinces Siva that  she is his daughter and there for their cannot be a
marriage with him, and he gives her to Jarat-kanrna, this is a twist from the female Svetambara
"white robed" as her only possession. The Tirthankara below of the blood line of the ancient
Ikshvaku that the Jain's believe was Rishabha and she taught the soul is deferent from the
elements, much like the Pusupatas.
mullai  1. arabian jasmine, m. sh., jasminum sambac ; 2. trichotomus-flowering smooth jasmine, m. cl.,
jasminum trichotomum ; 3. wild jasmine; 4. eared jasmine; 5. pointed leaved wild jasmine, m. cl., jasminum
malabaricum ; 6. Indian birthworth; 7.
forest, pastoral tract, one of ai-n-tin2ai , q.v.; 8. a melody-type of the forest
tracts; 9. a secondary melody-type; 10. patient endurance of a lady during the period of separation from her lover;
11.
chastity; 12. chief characteristic; 13. victory

zRGgin mfn. horned , crested , peaked (ifc. having horns of -) RV. &c. &c. ; tusked MBh. ; having a sting (see
%{viSa-zR-}) ; breasted (in %{cAru-zR-} , beautifully breasted) BhP. ; m. `" a horned or tusked animal "' , a bull L. ;
elephant L. ; a mountain L. ; Ficus Infectoria L. ; Spondias Mangifera L. ; a partic. bulbous plant (= %{v-RSabha})
L. ; N. of a mythical mountain or mountain-range forming one of the boundaries of the earth (see %{zaila}) VP. ; of
a R2ishi MBh. Hariv. ; (%{iNI}) f. a cow L. ; Cardiospermum Halicacabum L. ;
Jasminum Sambac L.  
pArzva  %{parzu}) side , flank (either of animate
or inanimate objects) RV. &c. &c. ; the side =
nearness , proximity (with gen. or ifc. ; %{ayaH}
, on
both sides ;
(with Jainas) N. of the 23rd Arhat of the present
Ava-sarpin2i1 and of his servant

Below the seal with a double bladed Axe and a
bow man with two bows a clear indication of it's
meaning "both sides" as  parzu and Parzvadha
an Axe having two sides. The copper tablets of
Mojao-dhara appear as Matraka's associated
with writing. Of those tablets the unicorn that is
represented on a majority of Indus valley seals
appears with a double sided Axe.  Parsva side
or flank is here and both sides,  pazu is
domestic life opposed to the Jain renunciation
of domestic life. Below in the middle writing of
the similair seal to the right,  It's possible
meaning is both Vishnu as Lakshmi and Siva's
wife Uma the right and left Conch shell, Male
and Female. The story of Uma and Mallinatha I
think are the same, Uma is a clothing maker as
in Zvet-ambara. Sv-adhiti or cheldren of Aditi.
This seal may also point to the Asvatha leaf
that lives in the Kadra or acacia tree.

pArzvanAtha m. N. of a Jaina teacher
(predecessor of Maha1-vira1 ) MWB. 530 ;
%{-kAtvya} n. %{-gItA} f. %{-caritra} n.
%{-daza-bhAva-visaha} , m. %{-namaskAra} m.
%{-puraNa} n. %{-stava} m. %{-stuti} f. N. of
wks. %{-parivartana} n. `" turning round "'N. of
a festival on the 11th day of the light half of the
month Bha1dra (on which Vishn2u is supposed
to turn upon the other side in his sleep) Col.
Millinatha's father was Kumba

kumbha m. a jar , pitcher , waterpot ,
ewer , small water-jar [often ifc. (f.
%{A}) e.g. %{chidra-k-} , a perforated
pitcher R. ; %{Ama-k-} , a jar of
unbaked clay Pan5cat. ; %{hema-k-} ,
a golden ewer Ragh. ii , 36 Amar. ;
%{jala-k-} , a water-pot Pan5cat.] RV.
AV. &c. ; an urn in which the bones of
a dead person are collected
A1s3vGr2. Ka1tyS3r. S3a1n3khS3r. ;
the sign of the zodiac Aquarius Jyot.
VarBr2S. &c. ; a measure of grain
(equal to twenty Dron2as , a little more
than three bushels and three gallons ;
commonly called a comb ; some make
it two Dron2as or sixty-four Seers) Mn.
viii , 320 Hcat. ; the frontal globe or
prominence on the upper part of the
forehead of an elephant (there are two
of these prominences which swell in
the rutting season) MBh. Bhartr2. &c. ;
a particular part of a bed VarBr2S. ; N.
of a plant (and also of its fruit) BhP. x ,
18 , 14 ; the root of a plant used in
medicine ; a religious exercise , viz.
closing the nostrils and mouth so as to
suspend breathing L. ; the paramour
of a harlot , bully , flash or fancy man
L. ; N. of a Mantra (pronounced over a
weapon) R. i ; N. of a Da1nava (a son
of Prahla1da and brother of Nikumbha)
MBh. i , 2527 Hariv. ; of a Ra1kshasa
(son of Kumbhakarn2a) R. BhP. ;
of
the father of the nineteenth Arhat of
the present Avasarpin2i1 Jain. ;

kumbhajanman m. `" born in a pitcher
"'N. of Agastya Ragh. xii , 31.


kumbhin mfn. having a jar RV. i , 191 ,
14 La1t2y. Vait. ; shaped like a jar W. ;
(%{I}) m. `
" having on his forehead the
prominence called %{kumbha} "' , an
elephant ; (hence) the number `" eight

"' ; a crocodile L. ; a kind of poisonous
insect. Susr. ; a sort of fragrant resin
(%{gu4ggulu}) or the plant bearing it L.
; N. of a demon hostile to children
Pa1rGr2. i , 16 ; (%{inI}) f. the earth
Gal.  
Parshvanatha (Pārśvanātha), also known as
Parshva (Pārśva) was the twenty-third
Tirthankara of Jainism,  son of King Aśvasena
and Queen  Vama (means left side). He to
belonged to the Ikshvaku dynasty son of
Rishabha.   Prabhavati was the daughter of
King Prasenjit of Kushasthal. King Revata
constructed the city of Kusasthali and ruled
from there. Kusasthali grew to became a
prosperous and advanced kingdom. From
Kusasthali, he also ruled over large tracts of
land, including Anarta kingdom which was
named after his father. King had a daughter
that was so beautiful that no one on earth was
worthy of marriage, this is Mallinatha.  She
wanted to marry Parshvanatha. Yavan  a
powerful ruler of Kalinga, wanted to marry
Prabhavati. So he attacked Kushasthal but was
defeated by Parshvanath. King Prasenjit, then,
offered Prabhavati's hand for marriage to
Parshva in reward. Prabhavati means goddess
Lakshmi and Parvati. This is the same story as
the 7 kings that came to Mallinatha's fathers city
with there army's forcing the king to marry of
Mallimatha. PrabhAvat is Malli (the 19th Arhat),
mUladvAra n. a principal door VarBr2S. ; %{-
vatI} f. the original or ancient Dva1ravati1 , the
older part of that city Cat. (cf. %{laghu-dv-} , %
{mUlanagara}).  Dvaravati is Kushasthal home
of siva as durvasa. She was born in the month
of Mithula Mrga-siras not the city.    Bottom of
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mAlatI f. Jasminum Grandiflorum (plant
and blossom ; it bears fragrant white
flowers which open towards evening)
Ka1v. V a bud , blossom L. ;
%{-kAca-mAlI} (?) L. ;
a maid , virgin L.
; moonlight or night L. ;

kumAraka m. a little boy , boy , youth
RV. %{nAga-k-} , a young Naga
Katha1s.) ; the pupil of the eye S3Br. iii
; N. of a Na1ga MBh. i. 215; (%{ikA4})
f.
a girl from ten to twelve years old ,
virgin
AV. Ta1n2d2yaBr. MBh. &c. ;
double jasmine (Jasminum Sambac) L.
;  N. of a part of Bha1rata-varsha (a
division of the known continent) VP. ;
Karkotaka (Sanskrit: कर्कोटक) was a naga king, who bit Nala at the request of Indra, transforming Nala into a twisted
and ugly shape. Karkotaka had deceived Narada who cursed him due to which he could not move a step. Karkotaka was
friend of Nala and suggested Nala to go to Rituparna, king of Ayodhya and stay there under a changed name Bahuka. It is
believed that these were the people who lost maximum heads in war with Yavanas, and hence, later on they were also
known as Katewas like Shishodia in Rajputs.  The group of people developed their Vamsha according to their system of
worship of Devas and Nāgas. The worshippers of Shesha Naga were known as Sheshama and worshippers of Karka Naga
were known as Karkotaka. Thus Karkotaka was a Nagavanshi king. The descendants of Karkotaka are still found in Jats of
Rajasthan as Katewa clan.
Karkotaka (कर्कॊटक), Katewa (कटेवा), Kikat, Kikata, Kikatwa, Kantwa  around Gujarat around Lothal above.
astazikhara m. = %{mastaka} q.v. S3ak. Katha1s. %{-samaya} m. `" the moment of sunset "' and `" the moment of end or death "' S3is3. ix , 5.
below asta-zikhara is next to Uma-caturth
umAcaturthI f. the fourth day in the light half of the month Jyaisht2ha.
jyeSThA
mUla m. the month Jyaisht2ha MBh. xiii , 4609 and 5156 VP. vi , 8 , 33ff.
zikharin mfn. pointed , peaked , crested , tufted MBh. R. &c. ; resembling the buds of the Arabian jasmine MW. ; m. a peaked mountain , any mountain
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; N. of a mountain S3atr. Sch. ; a hill-post , stronghold L. ; a tree L. ; Achyranthes Aspera L. ; Andropogon Bicolor L. ; a partic. parasitical
plant L. ; . ; a kind of antelope L. ; (%{iNI}) f. an eminent or excellent woman L. ;; a line of hair extending across the navel L. ; a kind of vine or grape L. ;
Jasminum Sambac L. ; Sanseviera Roxburghiana L. ; Arabian jasmine L.  

zivA
Jasminum Auriculatum f. the energy of S3iva personified as his wife (known as Durga1 , Pa1rvati1 &c.) Inscr. Ka1v. Katha1s. Pur. ; final emancipation
(=
%{mukti}) Pur.  of a Bra1hman woman ib. ; of the mother of Nemi (the 22nd Arhat of the present Avasarpin2i) L. ; of the mother of Rudra-bhat2t2a Cat.

mRgapriya m. Jasminum Sambac L. ; a species of grass L.
40 muktAbhAraNa (%{-tA7bhA}) m. Jasminum Zambac L.
41 muktApuSpa m. Jasminum Multi , florum or Pubescens L.

mAlatI f. Jasminum Grandiflorum (plant and blossom ; it bears fragrant white flowers which open towards evening) Ka1v. Var. Sus3r. a bud , blossom L. ;
%{-kAca-mAlI} (?) L. ; a maid , virgin L. ; moonlight or night L. ; of a woman (the heroine of the drama Ma1lati1-ma1dhava q.v.) ; of Kalya1n2a-malla's
comm. on Megha-du1ta.

mallaka m. a tooth L. ; a lamp-stand L. ; a lamp L. ; a vessel made out of a cocoa-nut shell L. ; any vessel , Divya4v. ; a cup or leaf in which anything is
wrapped MW. ; N. of a Bra1hman Ra1jat. ; pl. N. of a people Ma1rkP. ; (%{ikA}) f. Jasminum Zambac (both the plant and the flower ; ifc. f. %{ikA}) MBh. R.
Hariv. &c. ; an earthenware vessel of a peculiar form Mr2icch. ; a lamp-stand L. ; a lamp L. ; any vessel made out of a cocoa-nut shell L. ; a species of
fish L. ; N. of two metres Col.

bhRGgAnandA f. `" bee-joy "' , Jasminum Auriculatum L. The family of Bhirgu.
Ananta
malli m. the act of having , holding , possessing W. (cf. %{mali}) ;
N. of the 19th Arhat of the present Avasarpin2i1 L. ; f. (= %{mallikA}) Jasminum Zambac
(also %{I}) Prasannar. ; earthenware L. ; a seat L.
AstIka m. N. of a Muni (the son of Jaratka1ru and Bhagini1 Jaratka1ru) MBh. Hariv. ; (mfn.) relating to or treating of the Muni A1stika ; (%{AstIkaM@parva}
, a section of the first book of the Maha1-bha1rata.)  
268 AstikArthada m. `" granting A1stika's request "' , N. of the king Janamejaya (who at the request of the sage A1stika [see %{AstIka}] excepted the
Na1ga Takshaka from the destruction to which he had doomed the serpent-race) L. [161,2]  
Uma-swati also known as Umaswami was the chief disciple
of Acharya Kundakunda.[1] He is the author of Tattvartha
Sutra (that which is), which is one of the most important Jain
text. It is likely that at this time no clear division of the Jain
community had emerged, and thus both sects may be right
in claiming him. He was conferred with the title of Acharya.

The Sanskrit word jina means a conqueror. A human being
who has conquered inner passions like attachment, desire,
anger, pride, greed, etc. and therefore, possesses
omniscience is called Jina. Followers of the path practised
and preached by the jinas are called Jains.[10][11][12]
According to Jainism, every human being can become Jina.

The principle of ahiṃsā (noninjury or nonviolence) is the
most fundamental and well-known aspect of Jainism.   In
Jainism, killing any living being out of passions is hiṃsā
(injury) and abstaining from such act is Ahiṃsā (non-injury).


citraka m. a painter L. ; = %{-tra-kAya} MBh. vii , 1320 (%
{cillaka} , C) Pan5cat. ; a kind of snake Sus3r. v , 4 , 33 ; (in
alg.) ; the 8th unknown quantity ; Plumbago zeylanica , i ,
38 ; iv ; Ricinus communis L. ; N. of a son (
of Vr2ishn2i or
Pr2is3ni Hariv. ; of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra
MBh. i , 2740) ; of a
Na1ga L. Sch. ; (pl.) of a people , ii , 1804 ; n. a mark (only
ifc. `" marked or characterised by "' TBr. i , 1 , 9 , 5 Sch..) ;
a sectarial mark on the forehead L. ; a painting Hariv. 7074
; a particular manner of fighting (cf. %{-tra-hasta}) , 15979
(v.l. %{cakraka}) [397,3] ;
N. of a wood near the mountain
Raivataka ,
8952.  

revataka m. N. of a man Buddh. ; n. a species of date L.
(prob. w.r. for %{raivataka}).  

zikharIndra m. the chief of mountains (applied to Raivataka
Sch.) S3is3. vi , 73.  

asta
zikhara m. = %{mastaka} q.v. S3ak. Katha1s. %{-
samaya} m. `" the moment of sunset "' and `" the moment of
end or death "' S3is3. ix , 5.
revatI f. of %{reva4t} above ; (also pl.) N. of the fifth
Nakshatra RV. &c. &c. ; a woman born under the
NñNakshatra Revati1 Pa1n2. 4-3 , 34 Va1rtt. 1 Pat. ; (in
music) a partic. Ra1gin2i1 Sam2gi1t. ; N. of a female
demon presiding over a partic. disease or of a Yogini1
(sometimes identified with Durga1 or with Aditi) MBh.
Katha1s. Sus3r. &c. ; of the wife of Mitra BhP. ; of a
daughter of the personified light (%{kAnti}) of the Nakshatra
Revati1 and mother of Manu Raivata Ma1rkP. ; of the wife
of Bala-ra1ma (daughter of Kakudmin) Hariv. Megh. Pur. ;
of a wife of Amr2itodana Buddh. ; of various other women
HParis3. [888,2] ; Tiaridium Indicum L. ; Jasminum
Grandiflorum L. ; pl. `" the wealthy ones "' or `" the shining
one's "' (applied to cows and the waters) RV. VS. Gr2S3rS.
; N. of the verse RV. i , 30 , 13 (beginning with %{revatI})
VS. TS. Br. &c. ; of the Sa1man formed from this verse
A1rshBr. ChUp. ii , 18 , 1 ; 2 ; of the divine mothers L.


Raivataka mountain was a mountain mentioned in the epic
Mahabharata [1] and in the Harivamsa Purana 2.55.111.[2]
In the Mahabharata it was mentioned as situated in the
Anarta Kingdom. In the Harivamsa Puarana it was "close to
the sporting ground of the King Raivataka" (2.56.29) and
called "the living place for the gods" (2.55.111). People
from Dwaraka visited this mountain and celebrated its
worshipping as a grand festival. This mountain is identified
to be the Girnar mountains in Gujarat.

Revati was Mallinatha she became a Jain nun and did not
marry, that led to the story below that after 27 chatur-yugas
she Married Balarama incarnate of Shesha the serpent
demon.

The Bhagavata Purana, the Vishnu Purana and the Garga
Samhita narrate the tale of Revati with some variation; the
former two do not mention her previous birth.

Revati was the only daughter of King Kakudmi (sometimes
called Kakudmin, Revata or Raivata), a powerful monarch
who ruled Kusasthali, a prosperous and advanced kingdom
under the sea, and who also controlled large tracts of land,
including Anarta kingdom. Feeling that no human could
prove to be good enough to marry his lovely and talented
daughter, Kakudmi took Revati with him to Brahmaloka
(abode of Brahma) to ask the god's advice about finding a
suitable husband for Revati.

When they arrived, Brahma was listening to a musical
performance by the Gandharvas, so they waited patiently
until the performance was finished. Then, Kakudmi bowed
humbly, made his request and presented his shortlist of
candidates. Brahma laughed loudly, and explained that time
runs differently on different planes of existence, and that
during the short time they had waited in Brahmaloka to see
him, 27 chatur-yugas (a chatur-yuga is a cycle of four
yugas, hence 27 chatur-yugas total 108 yugas, the Garga
Samhita differs and says 27 yugas in total[1]) had passed
on Earth and all the candidates had died long ago.[2]
Brahma added that Kakudmi was now alone as his friends,
ministers, servants, wives, kinsmen, armies, and treasures
had now vanished from Earth and he should soon bestow
his daughter to a husband as Kali yuga was near.[3]

King Kakudmi was overcome with astonishment and alarm
at this news.[3] However, Brahma comforted him, and
added that the god Vishnu, the Preserver, was currently on
Earth in the forms of Krishna and Balarama, and he
recommended Balarama as a worthy husband for Revati.

Kakudmi and Revati then returned to earth, which they
regarded as having left only just a short while ago. They
were shocked by the changes that had taken place. Not
only had the landscape and environment changed, but over
the intervening 27 chatur-yugas, in the cycles of human
spiritual and cultural evolution, mankind was at a lower level
of development than in their own time. The Bhagavata
Purana describes that they found the race of men had
become "dwindled in stature, reduced in vigour, and
enfeebled in intellect."
sage Bhrigu and his wife Khyati and thus the grandson of Lord
Brahma. Usnas
Jainism
Without the true one the body
is just Ashes.
Uma is a given name of Indian and Hebrew/Aramaic . It is also an African name used
by the Tiv tribe of Cameroon and Nigeria.
Indian Meaning: Uma (goddess) is the name of a Hindu goddess (Parvati) and also
means "Mother" or "Lady of the Mountains". The name also means "tranquility" in
Sanskrit and "bright" in Hindi/Sanskrit.
Hebrew/Aramaic Meaning: "Nation"
Tiv meaning: "Life"
The Mesopotamian city of Uma .

The Use of Uma in the Indus script can not be referencing a Gotra. A Gotra is a family
linage from a famous often spiritual member of a blood line. Millinatha did not have
children.  Millinatha's story and the early mother goddess that came from Dilimun "
The land of paradise, in the diriction of the rising sun from Mesopotamia, a place that
they traded goods with so it was a real nation".  According to the Svetambara
Millinatha was not the first woman to achieve moksa or enlightenment that title goes to
Rishabha's mother. What it looks like is Mallinatha's teachings changed India and the
world as this precedes the  Gutian war 2300 BCE, the story enters Mesopotamia after
2800 BCE.   

One legend of Mallinatha is the painter "Citra"

citrapuSpI f. variegated-blossomed "'
citraputrikA f. a female portrait Katha1s. lxxii , cxxii ; %{-kAyita} mfn. resembling a
female portrait Sin6ha7s.
citrabhitti f. a painted wall , picture on a wall MaitrUp. Mr2icch. Katha1s.

The painter was finally banished and spread the image of how beautiful the maiden
was.

Once Mallidinna, the younger brother of Malli Kumari, constructed an entertainment
room in the palace premises. One of the working artists was highly talented. This artist
had a glimpse of a toe of Malli Kumari who was standing behind a lattice. This enable
the highly gifted artist to paint a fresco of the princess on a wall of the room. he was
under the impression that the prince will be pleased to look at he exact replica of his
sister and richly reward him.

When the room was complete, the prince came with his wives to look at and approve
the beautiful paintings, some of which were erotic as well. While he was enjoying these
works of art, he came across the painting of Malli Kumari. He could not believe what
he saw. Ashamed of himself he said, "My elder sister is here and I am shamelessly
enjoying these sensual paintings along with my wives." His governess explained,
"Prince, You are mistaken. this is not your sister but her life size portrait." The prince
carefully examined the painting and was astonished at the realistic work of art and the
skill o the artist. However the feeling if anger overtook the sense if appreciation. He
was annoyed at the mindless effrontery of the artist who had pained such a live
portrait of his respected elder sister in the entertainment chamber.

The painting starts the kings disire to marry her.
Citra-lekha is the daughter of Kumbhanda.
citralekhA f. a picture , portrait Gi1t. x , 15 two metres of 4 x 17 syllables ; another of 4
x 18 syllables ; N. of an Apsaras (skilful in painting) MBh. Hariv. ; of a daughter of
Kumbha7n2d2a , 9930 BhP. x , 62 , 14.
70 citralekhaka m.= %{-kara} Pa1n2. 4-2 , 128 Sch. (not in Ka1s3.)


citra mf(%{A4})n. conspicuous , excellent , distinguished RV. ; bright , clear ,
bright-coloured RV. ; clear (a sound) RV. ; variegated , spotted , speckled (with instr.
or in comp.) Nal. iv , 8 R. Mr2icch. VarBr2S. ; agitated (as the sea , opposed to
%{sama}) R. iii , 39 , 12  
 of a son of Dhritara1sht2ra MBh. i , vii ; of a Dravid2a king ,
Padma P.v , 20 , 1 (v.l. %{-trA7kSa}) ; of a Gandharva Gal. ; (%{A4}) f. Spica virginis ,
the 12th (in later reckoning the 14th) lunar mansion AV. xix , 7 , 3 TS. ii , iv , vii TBr. i
S3Br. ii , &c. ; a

citrabAhu m. `" speckled-arm "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra , 2732 ; of a
Gandharva Ba1lar. iv , 8 ; of a man BhP. x , 90 , 34.

Dhritarashtra is Rishabha as the first Jain and the first vow is a-hamsa, none violence,
hamsa the goose that migrates to India in the winter and a symbol of the Gandhara of
Pakisan the indus Valley.

citrabANa m. `" having variegated arrows "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i ,
4545.

citracApa m. `" having a variegated bow "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i ,
2733.

citrAGga mfn. having a variegated body Buddh. L. ; m. a kind of snake L. ; Plumbago
rosea L. ; N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , 4545 PadmaP. iv , 55  

citraka m. a painter L. ; = %{-tra-kAya} MBh. vii , 1320 (%{cillaka} , C) Pan5cat. ; a
kind of snake Sus3r. v , 4 , 33 ; (in alg.) ; the 8th unknown quantity ; Plumbago
zeylanica , i , 38 ; iv ; Ricinus communis L. ; N. of a son (of Vr2ishn2i or Pr2is3ni Hariv.
; of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , 2740) ; of a Na1ga L. Sch. ; (pl.) of a people , ii , 1804 ;
n. a mark (only ifc. `" marked or characterised by "' TBr. i , 1 , 9 , 5 Sch..) ; a sectarial
mark on the forehead L. ; a painting Hariv. 7074 ; a particular manner of fighting (cf.
%{-tra-hasta}) , 15979 (v.l. %{cakraka}) [397,3] ; N. of a wood near the mountain
Raivataka , 8952.  

citrAkSa m. `" speckled-eye "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra , i , vii ; of a king
Va1yuP. ii , 37 , 268 (v.l.) ; of a Dravid2a king v.l. for %{citra} q.v. ; of a Na1ga-ra1ja
Buddh. L. ; (%{I}) f. = %{-netrA} L.

citrakuNDala m. N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , 4545 ff.

citrasarpa m. the large speckled snake (%{mAlu-dhAna}) L.

citrasena (%{-tra4-}) mfn. having a bright spear , vi , 75 , 9 ; m. N. of a snake-demon
Kaus3. 74 ; of a leader of the Gandharvas (son of Vis3va1-vasu) MBh. Hariv. 7224 ;
of a son (of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , v , viii ; of Parikshit , i , 3743 ; of
S3ambara
Hariv. 9251 and 9280 ;  


citravarman m. `" having a variegated cuirass "' , N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra
MBh. i , v , vii ; of a king (of the Kulu1tas) Mudr. i , 20 ; v , 9/10  

citrayodhin mfn. fighting in various ways MBh. Hariv. 6867 ; m. Arjuna L. ; Terminalia
Arjuna L. ; a quail Npr.
citrAyudha m. `" having variegated weapons "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i
f. vii.
In the Harivamsa, Parvati is referred to as Aparna
('One who took no sustenance') and then addressed
as Uma, who was dissuaded by her mother from
severe austerity by saying u mā ('oh, don't').
Millinatha means "commentary" in Mithura, he was asked to comment on the Jainism
opposite view of the blood line of Iksava to Raghu. He takes her name and is not
sympathetic to Jainism. The line below is commentated on because Mallinatha wrote it.
Six kings follow Mallinatha
1. King Pratibuddha of
Saketpur,

2. King Chandrachhay of
Champa,

3. King Rupi of Shravasti,

4. King
Shankh of Varanasi,

5. King Adinshatru of
Hastinapur, and

6. King Jitshatru of Panchal
(Kampilyapur).
Six kings follow Mallinatha
1. King Pratibuddha of
Saketpur,

2. King Chandrachhay of
Champa,

3. King Rupi of Shravasti,

4. King
Shankh of Varanasi,

5. King Adi-nshatru of
Hastinapur,

6. King Jitshatru of Panchal
(Kampilyapur).
Seven king became Naga's and two
became Zvetambara.
Mallinathe starts the Sveta ambara
cloth movement, she is not treated well
from history.


malavat mfn. dirty , filthy Mn. [792,2] ;
(%{ma4la-vad}) %{-vAsas} mfn.
wearing dñdirty or
impure clothes MW.
; f. a menstruous woman TS. Gr2S. &c.
(cf. %{malo7dvAsas}).

malina mfn. dirty , filthy , impure ,
soiled , tarnished (lit. and fig.) Ya1jn5.
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; of a dark colour ,
gray , dark gray , black S3is3. Ra1jat.
&c. ; m. a
religious mendicant wearing
dirty clothes (perhaps) a Pa1s3upata

Vishn2. ; N. of a son of Tan6su VP.
(v.l. %{anila}) ; (%{A} [Pra7yas3c.] or
%{I} [L.]) f. a woman during
menstruation ; n. a vile or bad action
Pan5cat. Bhartr2. Viddh. ; buttermilk L.
; water L. ; borax L.
Mallinath as the Boar, Varaha
wife of Bhumi the earth gave
birth to Sita wife of Indra, as
Zveta gives birth to Asita that
saves the Nagas and
prophecies of the coming
Buddha. Parzanatha same
time as her teachings is the
Jain main religious leader to
the time of Buddha.
Uma is a given name of Indian and Hebrew/Aramaic . It is also an African name used
by the Tiv tribe of Cameroon and Nigeria.
Indian Meaning: Uma (goddess) is the name of a Hindu goddess (Parvati) and also
means "Mother" or "Lady of the Mountains". The name also means "tranquility" in
Sanskrit and "bright" in Hindi/Sanskrit.
Hebrew/Aramaic Meaning: "Nation"
Tiv meaning: "Life"
The Mesopotamian city of Uma .

The Use of Uma in the Indus script can not be referencing a Gotra. A Gotra is a family
linage from a famous often spiritual member of a blood line. Millinatha did not have
children.  Millinatha's story and the early mother goddess that came from Dilimun "
The land of paradise, in the diriction of the rising sun from Mesopotamia, a place that
they traded goods with so it was a real nation".  According to the Svetambara
Millinatha was not the first woman to achieve moksa or enlightenment that title goes to
Rishabha's mother. What it looks like is Mallinatha's teachings changed India and the
world as this precedes the  Gutian war 2300 BCE, the story enters Mesopotamia after
2800 BCE.   

One legend of Mallinatha is the painter "Citra"

citrapuSpI f. variegated-blossomed "'
citraputrikA f. a female portrait Katha1s. lxxii , cxxii ; %{-kAyita} mfn. resembling a
female portrait Sin6ha7s.
citrabhitti f. a painted wall , picture on a wall MaitrUp. Mr2icch. Katha1s.

The painter was finally banished and spread the image of how beautiful the maiden
was.

Once Mallidinna, the younger brother of Malli Kumari, constructed an entertainment
room in the palace premises. One of the working artists was highly talented. This artist
had a glimpse of a toe of Malli Kumari who was standing behind a lattice. This enable
the highly gifted artist to paint a fresco of the princess on a wall of the room. he was
under the impression that the prince will be pleased to look at he exact replica of his
sister and richly reward him.

When the room was complete, the prince came with his wives to look at and approve
the beautiful paintings, some of which were erotic as well. While he was enjoying these
works of art, he came across the painting of Malli Kumari. He could not believe what
he saw. Ashamed of himself he said, "My elder sister is here and I am shamelessly
enjoying these sensual paintings along with my wives." His governess explained,
"Prince, You are mistaken. this is not your sister but her life size portrait." The prince
carefully examined the painting and was astonished at the realistic work of art and the
skill o the artist. However the feeling if anger overtook the sense if appreciation. He
was annoyed at the mindless effrontery of the artist who had pained such a live
portrait of his respected elder sister in the entertainment chamber.

The painting starts the kings disire to marry her.
Citra-lekha is the daughter of Kumbhanda.
citralekhA f. a picture , portrait Gi1t. x , 15 two metres of 4 x 17 syllables ; another of 4
x 18 syllables ; N. of an Apsaras (skilful in painting) MBh. Hariv. ; of a daughter of
Kumbha7n2d2a , 9930 BhP. x , 62 , 14.
70 citralekhaka m.= %{-kara} Pa1n2. 4-2 , 128 Sch. (not in Ka1s3.)


citra mf(%{A4})n. conspicuous , excellent , distinguished RV. ; bright , clear ,
bright-coloured RV. ; clear (a sound) RV. ; variegated , spotted , speckled (with instr.
or in comp.) Nal. iv , 8 R. Mr2icch. VarBr2S. ; agitated (as the sea , opposed to
%{sama}) R. iii , 39 , 12  
 of a son of Dhritara1sht2ra MBh. i , vii ; of a Dravid2a king ,
Padma P.v , 20 , 1 (v.l. %{-trA7kSa}) ; of a Gandharva Gal. ; (%{A4}) f. Spica virginis ,
the 12th (in later reckoning the 14th) lunar mansion AV. xix , 7 , 3 TS. ii , iv , vii TBr. i
S3Br. ii , &c. ; a

citrabAhu m. `" speckled-arm "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra , 2732 ; of a
Gandharva Ba1lar. iv , 8 ; of a man BhP. x , 90 , 34.

Dhritarashtra is Rishabha as the first Jain and the first vow is a-hamsa, none violence,
hamsa the goose that migrates to India in the winter and a symbol of the Gandhara of
Pakisan the indus Valley.

citrabANa m. `" having variegated arrows "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i ,
4545.

citracApa m. `" having a variegated bow "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i ,
2733.

citrAGga mfn. having a variegated body Buddh. L. ; m. a kind of snake L. ; Plumbago
rosea L. ; N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , 4545 PadmaP. iv , 55  

citraka m. a painter L. ; = %{-tra-kAya} MBh. vii , 1320 (%{cillaka} , C) Pan5cat. ; a
kind of snake Sus3r. v , 4 , 33 ; (in alg.) ; the 8th unknown quantity ; Plumbago
zeylanica , i , 38 ; iv ; Ricinus communis L. ; N. of a son (of Vr2ishn2i or Pr2is3ni Hariv.
; of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , 2740) ; of a Na1ga L. Sch. ; (pl.) of a people , ii , 1804 ;
n. a mark (only ifc. `" marked or characterised by "' TBr. i , 1 , 9 , 5 Sch..) ; a sectarial
mark on the forehead L. ; a painting Hariv. 7074 ; a particular manner of fighting (cf.
%{-tra-hasta}) , 15979 (v.l. %{cakraka}) [397,3] ; N. of a wood near the mountain
Raivataka , 8952.  

citrAkSa m. `" speckled-eye "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra , i , vii ; of a king
Va1yuP. ii , 37 , 268 (v.l.) ; of a Dravid2a king v.l. for %{citra} q.v. ; of a Na1ga-ra1ja
Buddh. L. ; (%{I}) f. = %{-netrA} L.

citrakuNDala m. N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , 4545 ff.

citrasarpa m. the large speckled snake (%{mAlu-dhAna}) L.

citrasena (%{-tra4-}) mfn. having a bright spear , vi , 75 , 9 ; m. N. of a snake-demon
Kaus3. 74 ; of a leader of the Gandharvas (son of Vis3va1-vasu) MBh. Hariv. 7224 ;
of a son (of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i , v , viii ; of Parikshit , i , 3743 ; of
S3ambara
Hariv. 9251 and 9280 ;  


citravarman m. `" having a variegated cuirass "' , N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra
MBh. i , v , vii ; of a king (of the Kulu1tas) Mudr. i , 20 ; v , 9/10  

citrayodhin mfn. fighting in various ways MBh. Hariv. 6867 ; m. Arjuna L. ; Terminalia
Arjuna L. ; a quail Npr.
citrAyudha m. `" having variegated weapons "'N. of a son of Dhr2ita-ra1sht2ra MBh. i
f. vii.
svastika the top part the word
zva then the same Indus sign.
nAga m. (prob.
neither fr. %{na-ga}
nor fr. %
{nagna}) a
snake , (esp.)
Coluber Naga S3Br.
MBh. &c. ; (f. %{I4}
Suparn2.) a Na1ga
or serpent-demon
(the race of Kadru or
Su-rasa1 inhabiting
the waters or the city
Bhoga-vati1 under
the earth ;
Drastivada Sutra:

The twelfth Ang-agam Drastivad is
considered lost by all Jain Sects. The
description, which is found in the other
Jain Sutras relating to Drashtivada,
indicates that this Ang-agam was the
largest of all Agam Sutras. It was
classified in five parts;

(l) Parikarma (2) Sutra (3) Purvagata
(4) Pratham-anuyoga and (5) Chulika.

The third part, Purvagata contained 14
purvas. They contain the Jain religion's
endless treasure of knowledge on
every subject. Some scholars believe
that it was so named, the knowledge,
which existed before Lord Mahavira
was called 'Purva'.

dRSTivAda m. N. of the 12th An3ga of
the Jainas.
dRSTa mfn. seen , looked at , beheld ,
perceived , noticed Mn. MBh. Ka1v.
&c.  

dRSTArtha mfn. having the aim or
object apparent , obvious , practical
(opp. to %{a-d-} , transcendental)
S3am2k. serving for a pattern or
standard Gaut. ; knowing the matter or
the real nature of anything R. Ra1jat. ;
%{-tattvajJa} mfn. knowing the true ,
state or circumstances of the case
MW.  
dhRt mfn. holding , bearing ,
supporting , wearing , having
possessing , &c. (only ifc.)  

dhRSTa mfn. bold , daring , confident ,
audacious , impudent RV. AV.  

dhRSTabuddhi m. `" bold-minded "'N.
of a man Cat.

Below the Drastivada Sutra was writin
by Rishabha.