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Jains in the WorldReligious Values and Ideology in India$

John E. Cort

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I. Prakrit [P], Sanskrit [S], Gujarati [G], Old Gujarati [OG], Hindi [H], and Persian [PE] Texts

In accordance with Jain practice, the names of Prakrit texts (except those in the Navasmaraṇa) are given in their Sanskrit forms.

Abhidhānacintāmaṇi [S] of Hemacandra, with Maṇiprabhā Ṭippaṇa [H] of Pt. Hargovind Śāstrī. Edited by Nemichandra Sastri. Varanasi: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office. Vidyabhawan Sanskrit Series 109.

Ācārā∇nga Sūtra [P]. Edited by Hermann Jacobi. London: The Pali Text Society, 1882.

——. Edited by Walther Schubring. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1910.

——. English translation in Jacobi 1884, 1–213.

Ākhyānakamaṇikośa [P] of Nemicandrasūri, with Vṛtti [P] of Āmradevasūri. Edited by Muni Puṇyavijay. Varanasi: Prakrit Text Society, 1962. Prakrit Text Series 5.

Antakṛddaśāḥ [P]. Edited with English translation by M. C. Modi. Ahmedabad: Gurjar Granth Ratna Karyalay, 1932. Prakrit Granth Mala 1.

Aupapātika Sūtra [P]. Edited by Ernst Leumann. Leipzig: G. Kreysing, 1882.

——. Uvavāïya Suttam. English translation by Kastur Chand Lalwani, Hindi translation by Rameś Muni Śāstrī, edited by Ganesh Lalwani. Jaipur: Prakrit Bharati Academy; and Mewanagar: Shri Jain Shwetambar Nakoda Parshwanath Teerth, 1988.

Āvaśyaka Sūtra [P]. With Niryukti [P] of Bhadrabāhu and Ṭīkā [S] of Haribhadra. Edited by Ācārya Sāgarānandsūri [Ānandsāgarsūri]. 2 volumes. Bombay: Āgamoday Samiti, 1916–1917. Reprint Bombay: Bherulāl Kanaiyālāl Koṭhārā Dhārmik Ṭrasṭ, 1982.

——. Edited by Muni Puṇyavijaya and Pt. Amritlāl Mohanlāl Bhojak. Dasaveyāliyasuttaṃ, Uttarajhayaṇāiṃ and Āvassayasuttaṃ. Bombay: Shri Mahāvīra Jaina Vidyālaya, 1977. Jaina Āgama Series 15.

——. See Balbir 1993.

Bhagavatī Sūtra [P] with Ṭīkā [S] of Abhayadeva, Sanskrit translation by Rāmacandragaṇi, and Gujarati translation by Meghrājgaṇi. Edited by Ṛṣi Nānakcand. Banaras: Rāy Dhanpatisiṃh Bahādur Āgam Saṃgrah, 1882.

——. See Deleu 1970.

Bhaktāmara Stotra [S] of Mānatu∇nga. With Vivṛtti [S] of Guṇākara, Vṛtti [S] of Mahopādhyāya Meghavijaya, and Vṛtti [S] of Kanakakuśalagaṇi. Edited by Hīrālāl Rasikdās Kāpaḍiyā. Bhaktāmarakalyāṇamandiranamiūṇastotratrayam. Surat: Seṭh Devcand Lālbhāī Jain Pustakoddhār Saṃsthā, 1932. Devcand Lālbhāī Jain Pustakoddhār Granth 79. (p.238)

——. Bhaktāmara, Ratnākara Paccīsī, Sāmāyika Pātha. Edited by Premrāj Bogāvat and Prem Bhaṇḍārī. English translation by Himmat Sinha Sarupria. Jaipur: Samyagjñān Pracārak Maṇḍal, 1975.

Bharateśvarabāhubalivṛtti [P] of Śubhsśīlagaṇi. Edited by Pa∇nnyās Pradyumnavijaygaṇi. 2 volumes. Ahmedabad: Śrī Śrutajñnan Prasārak Sabhā, 1987.

——. Gujarati translation by Pa∇nnyās Cidānandmuni. 3 volumes. Kadi: Candrakānt Ratīlāl Śāh, n.d.

Bhāṣyatraya [P] of Devendrasūri. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1977 (4th printing).

——. Devavandana‐Guruvandana‐Pratyākhyāna‐Bhāṣyatraya. Edited by Ācārya Vijay Jinendrasūri. Lakhabawal: Śrī Harṣapuṣpāmṛt Jain Granthmālā, 1993. No. 255 in publisher's series.

Bṛhatsaṃgrahaṇi [P] of Maladhārī Candrasūri. With Gujarati translation by Paṇḍit Amṛtlāl Puruṣottamdās. Ahmedabad: Śrī Jain Prakāśan Mandir, n.d.

——. Saṃgrahaṇiratnagrantha. With Hindi translation by Ācārya Vijay Yaśodevsūri. Baroda: Śrī Muktikamalmohan Jain Jñānmandir, 1993.

Bṛhatsaṃgrahaṇi [P] of Jinabhadragaṇi Kṣamāśramaṇa. With Vivṛti [S] of Malayagiri. Bhavnagar, 1917.

Bṛhatsaṃhitā [S] of Varāhamihira. English translation by H. Kern. London: Trübner & Co., 1869–1874.

Bṛhacchānti (Moṭī Śānti) [S] of Vādivetāla Śāntisūri. In Navasmaraṇa (Navab edition), 617–22.

Cosaṭh Prakārī Pūjā [G] of Paṇḍit Vīrvijay. In Vividh Pūjā Sa∇ngrah, 321–77.

Daṇḍaka Prakaraṇa [P] of Gajasāra Muni. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1981 (5th printing).

Daśavaikālika Sūtra [P]. Edited by Ernst Leumann, with English translation by Walther Schubring. Ahmedabad: Anandji Kalianji, 1932.

——. English translation by Kastur Chand Lalwani. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1973.

Devvandan Mālā [G]. Ahmedabad: Jain Prakāśan Mandir, n.d.

Dīkṣāvidhi tathā Vratvidhi [P, G]. Bhavnagar: Śrī Yaśovijay Jain Granthmālā, 1928.

Jambūdvīpa Saṃgrahaṇi (Laghusaṃgrahaṇī) [P] of Haribhadrasūri. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1981 (5th printing).

Jinendra Stavanādi Kāvya Sa∇ngrah, Vol. 1 [G]. Edited by Muni Cāritravijay. Jamnagar: Jesa∇nglāl Hīrālāl Lālaṇ, 1948.

Jinguṇpadyāvalī [G]. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1991 (9th printing).

Jīvavicāra [P] of Vādivetāla Śāntisūri. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1985 (10th printing).

——. Edited by A. Guérinot in Journal Asiatique (9th Series) 19 (1902), 231–88.

Jñānapañcamīkathā [P] of Maheśvarasūri. Edited by A. S. Gopani. Bombay: Si∇nghī Jain Śāstra Śikṣāpīṭh and Bhāratīya Vidyā Bhavan, 1941. Si∇nghī Jain Series 25.

Jñānasāra [S] of Mahopādhyāya Yaśovijaya. Edited by Pt. Girishkumar Parmanand Shah, translated by Amritlal S. Gopani. Bombay: Jaina Sāhitya Vikāsa Maṇḍala, 1986.

Kalpa Sūtra [P] of Bhadrabāhu Svāmī. Edited and Hindi translation by Mahopādhyāy Vinaya Sāgar, English translation by Mukund Lath. Jaipur: Prakrit Bharati, 1984.

——. Kalpasūtram (Bārasāsūtram) Sacitram. Surat: Śrī Bārasāsūtra Prakāśan Samiti, 1980.

——. English translation in Jacobi 1884, 215–311.

——. With Subodhikā Ṭīkā [S] of Upādhyāya Vinayavijayagaṇi. Surat: Devcand Lālbhāī Pustakoddhār Fund, 1911. No 7–9 in publisher's series.

Karmagrantha [P] of Devendrasūri. With Stābukārth [G] of Muni Jīvvijay. 3 volumes. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1977 (4th printing). (p.239)

Kharataragaccha Bṛhad Gurvāvali [S]. Edited by Muni Jina Vijaya. Bombay: Si∇nghī Jain Śāstra Śikṣāpīṭha and Bhāratīya Vidyā Bhavan, 1956. Si∇nghī Jain Series 42.

Kṣetrasamāsa [P] of Jinabhadragaṇi Kṣamāśramaṇa. Edited by Nityānandvijaygaṇi. 2 volumes. Cambay: Sa∇nghvī Ambālāl Ratnacand Jain Dhārmik Ṭrasṭ, 1978–1979.

Lalitavistarā [S] of Haribhadra Yākinīmahattarāsūnu, with Pañjikā [S] of Municandrasūri. Surat: Devcand Lālbhāī Jaina Pustakoddhāra, 1915. No. 29 in publisher's series.

Mahādeva Stotra [S] of Hemacandra. Vītarāga‐Mahādeva Stotra. Edited by Muni Caraṇvijay. Bhavnagar: Śrī Jain Ātmānand Sabhā, 1935.

——. Pa∇n. Śīlcandravijaygaṇi, Śrī Hemacandrācārya ane temne racel Śrī Mahādeva Batrīśī‐Stotra. Cambay: Śrī Jain Granth Prakāśan Samiti, 1989.

Mahānisītha Sūtra [P]. Edited and translated by Jozef Deleu and Walther Schubring as Studien zum Mahānisīha. 2 volumes. Hamburg: Cram, de Gruyter, 1951–1963. Alt‐ und Neu‐Indische Studien 6 and 10.

Mirat‐i‐Ahmadi Supplement [Pe] of Ali Muhammad Khan. Translated by Syed Nawab Ali and Charles Norman Seddon. Baroda: Oriental Institute, 1928. Gaekwad's Oriental Series 43.

Namrattā [G]. Bombay: Arihant Ārādhak Maṇḍaḷ, n.d.

Navpad Pūjā [G] of Mahopādhyāya Yaśovijay. In Vividh Pūjā Sa∇ngrah, 184–205.

Navasmaraṇa [P, S]. Mahāprābhāvika Navasmaraṇa. Edited by Muni Dānvijay. Palitana: Kāntilāl Ḍī. Śāh, n.d.

——. Mahāprābhāvika Navasmaraṇa. Edited by Sārābhāī Maṇilāl Navāb. Ahmedabad: Sārābhāī Maṇilāl Navāb, 1961. Shree Jain Prachina Sahityoddhar Granthavali Series 6.

Navatattva Prakaraṇa [P]. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1993 (7th printing).

——. The Kalpa Sutra and Nava Tatva [sic]. English translation by Rev. J. Stevenson. London: Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, 1847. Reprint Varanasi: Bharat‐Bharati, 1972.

Pañcasaṃgraha [P] of Candrarṣi Mahattara. With Svopajñavtti [S] and Bhadvtti [S] of Malayagiri. 2 volumes. Dabhoi: Muktābāī Jñānmandir, 1937–1938.

Pañcasūtraka [P] of Cirantanācārya. Edited by Muni Jambūvijay. Delhi: Bhogilal Leherchand Institute of Indology, 1986.

Pistālīś Āgam Pūjā [G] of Paṇḍit Vīrvijay. In Vividh Pūjā Sa∇ngrah, 405–22.

Prabandhacintāmaṇi [S] of Merutu∇nga. Edited by Muni Jinavijaya. Santiniketan: Si∇nghī Jaina Jñānapīṭha, 1933. Si∇nghī Jain Series 1.

——. English translation by C. H. Tawney. Calcutta: Asiatic Society, 1899. Bibliotheca Indica 141.

Pratikramaṇa Sūtra [P, G]. Devasia‐Rāïa Pratikramaṇa Sūtro. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1980 (15th printing).

——. Pañca Pratikramaṇādi Sūtro. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1983 (15th printing).

——. Śrāddha‐Pratikramaṇa‐Sūtra (Prabodha Ṭīkā). Edited by Pa∇nnyās Bhadra∇nkarvijaygaṇi and Muni Kalyāṇprabhvijay. 3 volumes. 2nd edition. Bombay: Jain Sāhitya Vikās Maṇḍaḷ, 1977.

——. See Jinendrasūri 1986.

——. See Nirvāṇa Sāgara 1986.

Ratnākara Paccīsī [S] of Ratnākara. Bhaktāmara, Ratnākara Paccīsī, Sāmāyika Pātha. Edited by Premrāj Bogāvat and Prem Bhaṇḍārī. English translation by Himmat Sinha Sarupria. Jaipur: Samyagjñān Pracārak Maṇḍaḷ, 1975. (p.240)

Sālibhadra‐Dhanna‐Carita [OG] of Matisāra. Edited and translated by Ernest Bender as The Sālibhadra‐Dhanna‐Carita: The Tale of the Quest for Ultimate Release by Sālibhadra and Dhanna. New Haven: American Oriental Series, 1992. American Oriental Series 72.

Samarārāsu [OG] of Ambadevasūri. In Prāchīna Gurjara‐Kāvyasa∇ngraha, Part I, 27–38. Edited by C. D. Dalal. Baroda: Central Library, 1920. Gaekwad's Oriental Series 13.

Samyaktvasaptatikā [P] of Haribhadra with Tattvakaumudī [S] of Sa∇nghatilakasūri. Bombay: Śeṭh Devcand Lālbhāī Jain Pustakoddhār Fund, 1913.

Santikara [P] of Munisundarasūri. In Navasmaraṇa (Navāb edition), 257–92.

Śāntisnātrādividhisamuccaya [S]. Edited by Ācārya Vijay Jinendrasūri. Lakhabaval: Śrī Harṣapuṣpāmṛt Jain Granthamālā, 1985. No. 135 in publisher's series.

Śāntistava (Laghu Śānti) [S] of Mānadevasūri. In Pratikramaṇa Sūtra. (Bhadra∇nkarvijaygaṇi and Kalyāṇprabhvijay edition) II: 464–537.

Sindūraprakara [S] of Somaprabhasūri with Vṛtti [S] of Harṣakīrtisūri. Edited and Gujarati translation by Pa∇nnyās Pradyumnavijaygaṇi. Ahmedabad: Śrī Śrutajñān Prasārak Sabhā, 1984.

Śrāddhadinakṛtya [P] with Svopajñavṛtti [S] of Devendrasūri. 2 volumes. Ratlam: Ṛṣabhdevjī Kesrīmaljī Jain Saṃsthā, 1938–1939. Reprinted Bombay: Śrī Jinśāsan Ārādhnā Ṭrasṭ, 1989.

Śramaṇkriyānñā Sūtro Sārth [P, G]. Ahmedabad: Śrī Śrutajñān Prasārak Sabhā, 1982.

Śrīpālrājāno Rās [G] of Upādhyāya Vinayvijay and Mahopādhyāya Yaśovijay. Bhavnagar: Śrī Jain Ātmānand Sabhā, 1982.

Sthānā∇nga Sūtra [P] with Vṛtti [S] of Abhayadeva. Edited by Ācārya Sāgarānandsūri, revised by Muni Puṇyavijay, further revised by Muni Jambūvijay. In Sthānā∇nga Sūtram and Samavāya∇nga Sūtram, 1–411, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1985. Lala Sundarlal Jain Āgamagranthamālā 2.

Sudhāras Stavan Sa∇ngrah [G]. Palitana: Kāntilāl Ḍī. Śāh. (There have been several dozen printings of this collection in the twentieth century, most with slightly different contents. The version I have used was purchased in 1985.)

Sukṛtasaṃkīrtana [S] of Arisiṃha. Edited by Muni Puṇyavijay. Bombay: Si∇nghī Jaina Śāstra Śikṣāpīṭha and Bhāratīya Vidyā Bhavan, 1961. Si∇nghī Jain Series 32.

Sūtrakṛtā∇nga Sūtra [P]. With Niryukti [P] of Bhadrabāhu and Ṭīkā [S] of Śīlā∇nka. Edited by Ācārya Sāgarānandsūri, reedited by Muni Jambūvijay. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1978. Lala Sundarlal Jain Āgamagranthamālā 1.

——. English translation in Jacobi 1895, 233–435.

Tapāgacchapaṭṭāvalī [P] with Svopajñavṛtti [S] of Mahopādhyāya Dharmasāgaragaṇi. Edited by Muni Darśanvijay in Śrī Paṭṭāvalī‐Samuccaya, Vol. 1. Viramgam: Śrī Cāritra Smārak Granthmālā, 1933. No. 22 in publisher's series.

Tattvārtha Sūtra [S] of Umāsvāti. Edited by Paṇḍit Pukhrāj Amīcand Koṭhārī. Mehsana: Śrīmad Yaśovijayjī Jain Saṃskṛt Pāṭhśāḷā ane Śrī Jain Śreyaskar Maṇḍaḷ, 1976.

——. Edited with Svakṛta Bhāṣya [S] attributed to Umāsvāti by Keshavlal Premchand Mody. Calcutta: Asiatic Society, 1903–1905. Bibliotheca Indica 159.

——. English translation by Nathmal Tatia as That Which Is. San Francisco: Harper Collins, 1994.

——. English translation and commentary in Sanghavi 1974.

Triṣaṣṭiśalākāpuruṣacaritra [S] of Hemacandrasūri. 6 volumes. Bhavnagar: Jaina Dharma Prasāraka Sabhā, 1905–1913.

——. English translation by Helen M. Johnson. 6 volumes. Baroda: Oriental Institute, 1931–1962. Gaekwad's Oriental Series 51, 77, 108, 125, 139, 140.

Upadeśaprāsāda [S] of Vijayalakṣmīsūri. 3 volumes. Bhavnagar: Jaina Dharma Prasāraka Sabhā, 1914–1923.

——. Gujarati translation by Ācārya Vijay Viśālsensūri. Palitana: Virāṭ Prakāśan Mandir, 1973. (p.241)

Upāsakadaśāḥ [P]. Edited by A. F. Rudolf Hoernle. Calcutta: Asiatic Society, 1885.

——. Uvāsagadasāo. Translated by A. F. Rudolf Hoernle. Calcutta: Asiatic Society, 1890.

Uttarādhyayana Sūtra [P]. Edited by Jarl Charpentier. Uppsala: J.‐A. Lundell, 1922. Archives d'Études Orientales 18:1–2. Reprint New Delhi: Ajay, 1980.

——. English translation in Jacobi 1895, 1–232.

Uvasaggaharaṃ Stotra [P] attributed to Bhadrabāhu. In Navasmaraṇa (Navāb edition), 156–83.

Vanarājavṛttam [S]. In Purātanaprabandhasaṃgraha. Edited by Jinavijaya. Calcutta: Si∇nghī Jaina Jñānapīṭha, 1936. Si∇nghī Jain Series 2.

Vāstusāra Prakaraṇa [P] of Ṭhakkura Pheru. Edited by Ācārya Jayantsensūri “Madhukar,” and Gujarati translation by Paṇḍit Bhagvāndās Jain. Ahmedabad: Rāj‐Rājendra Prakāśan Ṭrasṭ, 1989.

Vijñapti Mahālekha [S] of Jinodayasūri. In Vijñapti‐lekha‐saṃgraha. Edited by Jina Vijaya. Bombay: Si∇nghī Jain Śāstra Śikṣapīṭha and Bhāratīya Vidyā Bhavan, 1960. Si∇nghī Jain Series 51.

Vītarāga Stotra [S] of Hemacandrasūri. Edited with Avacūrṇī [S] of Somodayagaṇi, Vivaraṇa [S] of Prabhānandasūri, and Gujarati translation by Muni Candraprabhasāgara. Surat: Śeṭh Devcand Lālbhāī Jain Pustakoddhār Fund, 1949. Devcand Lālbhāī Series 95.

Vividh Pūjā Sa∇ngrah [G]. Ahmedabad: Śrī Jain Prakāśan Mandir, 1984 (12th printing).

Vividhatīrthakalpa [P, S] of Jinaprabhasūri. Edited by Jina Vijaya. Santiniketan: Si∇nghī Jaina Jñānapīṭha, 1934. Si∇nghī Jain Series 10.

——. Translation of selected chapters in Cort 1990b and Granoff 1990.

——. Partial translation by Christine Chojnacki. Vividhatīrthakalpaḥ: Regards sur le saint Jaina. 2 volumes. Pondichéry: Institut Français de Pondichéry; and Paris: École Française d'Extrême‐Orient, 1995. Publications du Département d'Indologie 85.

Yatidinacaryā [P] of Bhāvadevasūri. With Vivṛtta of Matisāgarasūri. Ratlam: Ṛṣabhadevajī Keśarīmalajī Śvetāmbara Sansthā, 1936.

Yogaśāstra [S] of Hemacandrasūri. Edited with Svopajñavṛtti [S] of Hemacandrasūri by Muni Jambūvijay. 3 volumes. Bombay: Jain Sāhitya Vikās Maṇḍaḷ, 1977–1986.

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Abhaysāgargaṇi, Pa∇nnyās. 1968. Kyā Pṛthvī kā Ākār Gol Hai? Kaparvanj: Jambūdvīp Nirmāṇ Yojnā.

——. 1985. Pūjā ke sāth Cāhiye Cāritra. Tīrtha∇nkar 15.4/5, 128.

Adaval, Niti. 1970. The Story of King Udayana as Gleaned from Sanskrit Pali & Prakrit Sources. Varanasi: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office. Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series 74.

Agrawala, R. C. 1968. An Unpublished Bronze from Bhinmal, Rajasthan. Bulletin of the Museum and Picture Gallery 20, 49–50.

Agrawala, V. S. 1970. Ancient Indian Folk Cults. Banaras: Prthvi Prakasan.

Alsdorf, Ludwig. 1973. Nikṣepa—a Jaina Contribution to Scholastic Methodology. Journal of the Oriental Institute 22, 455–63.

Amityaśvijay, Muni. 1995. Bhakt kī Bhāvnā. 3rd printing. Madras: Śrī Kalāpūrṇ Jain Ārādhak Maṇḍaḷ.

Ānandsāgarsūri, Ācārya. 1971. Parv‐Māhātmya. Edited by Lābhsāgargaṇi. Surat: Śrī Jain Pustak Pracārak Sa∇nsthā.

——. 1979. Śrī Updhānnī Mahattā. Āgam Jyot 14, 15–36. Originally in Siddhcakra 4 (1934).

Ānandsūri, Ācārya Vijay (Ātmārāmjī). 1936. Jaintattvādarś. 2 volumes. Edited by Banārsīdās Jain. Ambala: Śrī Ātmānand Jain Mahasabhā Panjāb. First published in 1884.

Anūpcandra, Ṛṣi. 1972. Jain Śāradā‐Lakṣmī Pūjan Vidhi. Bambora: Pt. Kāśīnāth Jain. (p.242)

Baakza, A. H. A. 1962. Half‐hours with a Jain Muni. Bombay: Jaico.

Babb, Lawrence A. 1975. The Divine Hierarchy: Popular Hinduism in Central India. New York: Columbia University Press.

——. 1981. Glancing: Visual Interaction in Hinduism. Journal of Anthropological Research 37, 387–401.

——. 1986. Redemptive Encounters: Three Modern Styles in the Hindu Tradition. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

——. 1988. Giving and Giving Up: The Eightfold Worship among the Śvetāmbar Mūrtipūjak Jains. Journal of Anthropological Research 44, 67–86.

——. 1993. Monks and Miracles: Religious Symbols and Images of Origin among Osvāl Jains. Journal of Asian Studies 52, 3–21.

——. 1996. Absent Lord: Ascetics and Kings in a Jain Ritual Culture. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

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