Glossary

Bhaktāmara-stotra
Type of termDefinition
TermBhaktāmara-stotra
Alternative TermsBhaktāmarastotra, Bhaktāmara stotra, Bhaktmarstotra, Bhaktmar-stotra, Bhaktmar stotra
Replaced with-
Short Description-
Long Description

One of the few hymns accepted by both Śvetāmbara and Digambara sects, the Bhaktāmara-stotra is a Sanskrit hymn praising the first Jina, Ṛṣabhanātha or Lord Ṛṣabha. Its name means Devoted Gods, which comes from the first verse, in which the deities pay homage to Ṛṣabha. It is attributed to the medieval poet Mānatuṅga. The Śvetāmbara version has 44 verses and the Digambara one 48.

Term Language-
http://www.jainpedia.org/resources/glossary.html?cHash=19c2c7d34f92814151ab8e97391dd636&tx_contagged%5Bsource%5D=default&tx_contagged%5Buid%5D=540 - All text is © JAINpedia / Institute of Jainology 2021 under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 licence The Jain universe online at www.jainpedia.org

Unless images are explicitly stated as either public domain or licensed under a Creative Commons licence, all images are copyrighted. See individual images for details of copyright.