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Singing to the JinasJain Laywomen, Mandal Singing, and the Negotiations of Jain Devotion$

M. Whitney Kelting

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In section I, which lists source materials, the titles are arranged alphabetically. In section II, books and articles are entered according to the name of the author.

I. Jain Texts

Ācārānga Sūtra. In Jaina Sutras, Part I (Ācārānga Sūtra). Edited and translated by Hermann Jacobi (pp. 1–216). New York: Dover Publications, 1968.

Ādarś Stavanāvalī. By Śrī Ādarś Maṇḍaḷ. Puṇe: Manmohan Sangīt Vidyālay, n.d.

Bhakti Gīt Mālā. By Śrī Jain Bhakti Sevā Maṇḍaḷ. Puṇe: Śrī Jain Bhakti Sevā Maṇḍaḷ, 1979.

Bhakti Prerṇā. By Jain Praray Mahilā Maṇḍaḷ. Amadāvād: Bhurābhāī Phūlcand Śāh, S. 2025 (1968).

Cālo Jinālaye Jaiye. By Pannyāsapravarśrī Hemaratnavijay Gaṇī. Ahmedabad: Aarhad Dharm Prabhavak Trust, 1993.

Gīt Mālā. Puṇe: Abhinav Jain Yuvak Maṇḍaḷ, 1993.

Jain Stavans: Hindi‐Gujarati‐English. Edited by Ila D. Punater. Dayton, Ohio: Jain Center of Cincinnati‐Dayton, 1993.

Jain Tithi Darpaṇ Vīr Samvat 2520 (A.D. 1993–94). Edited by Ācārya Manoharakīrtisāgarsūrī Mahārājā. N. p., n. d.

Jinadarśan. By Bhadrabāhu Vijay. Mahesāṇā: Śrī Viśvakalyāṇ Prakāśan Trasṭ, 1991.

Kalpa Sūtra. In Jaina Sutras Part I. Edited and translated by Hermann Jacobi (pp. 217–312). New York: Dover Publications, 1968.

Laghu Pūjā Saṇgrah. Amadāvād: Jain Prakāśan Mandir, n.d.

Pratimā Pūjan. By Śrī Bhadrankaravijayjī Gaṇivar. Ajmer: Caṇdamal Sopaṇī, 1990.

Prayer Book. Edited and translated by Jain Society of Rochester. Rochester: Jain Society of Rochester, n.d. (p.244)

Ragīle Phūl. By Śrī Vardhamān Śramaṇ Sanghīy Śrī Keval Munijī. Byāvar: Śrī Jain Divākar Divya Jyoti Kāryālay, V. S. 2470 (1943).

Sāmāyik. By Muni Harishbhadra Vijayji. Bombay: Navjivan Granthmala Trust, n.d.

Śraddhanuṇ Sangīt Yane Samskar Śibir. Sāglī: Vardhamān Sanskṛtidhām, n.d.

Śrāvak Ko Kya Karnā Cāhiye? By Mukticandra Vijāyjī. Vaḍhavāṇśhar: Kalyāṇ Sāhity Prakāśan, n.d.

Śrī Ārādhanā Tathā Tapavidhi. By Munirājśrī Vivekcandravijayjī. Pālītāṇā: Somcand D. Śāh, 1984.

Śrī Devvandanamālā (Vidhi Sahit). By Ācārya Śrī Jitendrasūrijī. Sirohī: Śrī Piṇḍavāḍā Jain Saṇgh Jñān Khātā, V. S. 2048 (1991).

Śrī Snātra Pūjā (Caityavandananī Vidhi, Śānti Kaḷaś Sahit). Pālītāṇā: Piyūś Prakāśan, n.d.

Śrī Śrīpāl Rājā no Rās. Amdāvād: Jain Prakāśan Mandir, 1997.

Śrī Sudhāras Stavan Saṇgrah. [Śankheśvar edition] Pālītāṇā: Somacand D. Śāh. n.d.

Śrī Sudhāras Stavan Saṇgrah. Pālītāṇā: Somacand D. Śāh. n.d.

Śrī Sudhāras Stavan Saṇgrah. Amadāvād: Śrī Jain Prakāśan Mandir. n.d.

Śrī Taporatna Mahovidhi. Śāntipurī (Saurāṣṭra): Śrī Harṣapuṣpāmṛt Jain Granthamālā, 1989.

Stotrasār Samuccay. Belgāum: B. D. Caugule Press, 1978.

Sulasā Candanabālā. By Phatahcand Srilalji Mahatma. Udaypur: Phatahcand Śrīlāljī Mahātmā, 1987.

Sūtrakṛtaṇga. In Jaina Sutras, Part II. Edited and translated by Hermann Jacobi. New York: Dover Publications, 1968.

Triṣaṣṭīśalākapuruṣacaritra. By Hemacandra. Translated by Helen M. Johnson. Baroda: Oriental Institute, 1931–62.

Vividh Mahāpūjan Tathā Pūjā Upayogī Sāmagrīnuṇ Līsṭ. Muṃbaī: Śrī Vardhamān Jain Bhakti Maṇḍaḷ, n.d.

Vividh Pūjā Saṇgrah. Edited by Paṉnyās Jinendra Vijay Gaṇī. Sivana: Tapāgacch Jain Saṇgh, 1986.

Vividh Pūjā Saṇrah. Amadāvād: Śrī Jain Prakāśan Mandir, n.d.

Yogaśāstra. By Hemacandra. Translated as The Yoga Shastra of Hemchandracharya (A 12th‐Century Guide to Jain Yoga), by A. S. Gopani. Jaipur: Prakrit Bharti Academy, 1989.

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