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Verfasst: 11.12.2012

 

Quellen

Literatur:

  • Banks Marcus (1992), Organizing Jainism in India and England, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Bhadrabahn, Vijay (1986), Guidelines of Jainism, Bombay: Harsha Printery.
  • Carrithers, Michael; Humphrey Caroline, Hg. (1991), The Assembly of Listeners - Jain in Society, Cambridge: University Press.
  • Cort, John E. (1998), Open Boundaries. Jain Communities and Cultures in Indian History. Albany: State University of New York Press.
  • Cort, John E. (2001), Jains in the World. Religious Values and Ideology in India. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Dundas, Paul (2002), The Jains, London: Routledge.
  • Federation of Jain Association in North America (2000), Jaina Education Series 8, - Jain Stories.
  • Flügel, Peter, Hg. (2006), Studies in Jaina History and Culture, Disputes and Dialogues, London, New York: Routledge.
  • Glasenapp, Helmuth von, (1925), Der Jainismus - Eine Indische Erlösungsreligion, Berlin: Alf Häger Verlag (Nachdruck: Hildesheim: Olms, 1984).
  • Helmer R. Gabriele (2009), Jaina in Antwerpen: Eine religionsgeschichtliche Studie, München: AVM-Verlag.
  • Humphreys, C.; Laidlay, J. (2004), The Archetypal Actions of Ritual. A Theory of Ritual Illustrated by the Jain Rite of Worship, Oxford: Clarondon Press.
  • Humphreys, C. (1991), The Assembly of Listeners. Jains in Society, Cambridge: University Press.
  • Jaini, Padmanabh (1991), Gender and Salvation, Jaina Debates on the Spiritual Liberation of Women, Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Kirfel, Willibald (1920), Die Kosmographie der Inder, nach den Quellen dargestellt, Bonn:Schröder.
  • Kalghatgi, T.G. (1969), Jaina View of Life, Sholapur.
  • Nair, V. G. (1969), Jainism and Terepanthism, Bangalore: Shri Adinath Jain Svetambar Tempel.
  • Salter, Emma (2002), Raj Bhakta Marg: The Path of Devotion to Srimad Rajacandra. A Jain Community in the Twenty First Century (Dissertation), University Wales, Cardiff.
  • Salter, Emma (2006), "Rethinking Religious Authority. A perspective on the followers of Srimad Rajacandra". In Flügel, Peter (Hg.), Studies in Jaina History and Culture: Dispurtes and Dialogues, London: Routledge.
  • Zydenbos, Robert J. (2000), "Göttinnenverehrung im Jainismus". In: Rösler, Ulrike (Hg.), Aspekte des Weiblichen in der indischen Kultur, Swisttal-Odendorf: Indica et Tibetica Verlag.
  • Zydenbos, Robert J. (2006), Jainsim: Today and its Future, München: Manya Verlag.

 


Quelle der Abbildungen

  • Jaina Education Committee, 21997, Jain Stories, Jain Education Series - 8, Agra/India: Diwakar Prakashan.
    • Abbildung 1: Mönch Aimutta.
    • Abbildung 2: Punyasar.
    • Abbildung 3: Chandanbala opfert Linsen an Mahavira Abbildung.
    • Buchcover: Mönch Aimutta.
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