Article: Rājacandra

Contributed by Jérôme Petit

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Ātmasiddhi: Self-realization
Śrīmad Rājacandra
The World Jain Mission; Aliganj, Uttar Pradesh, India; 1957

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Atma-siddhi = Self-realisation
Śrīmad Rajchandra
translated by Dayabhai C. Mehta
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan; Mumbai, India; 1976

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The Atma-Siddhi (or Self-Realisation) of Shrimad Rajchandra
Śrīmad Rājacandra
translated by Rai Bahadur J. L. Jaini
Shrimad Rajchandra Gyan Pracharak Trust; Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India; 1987

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Mokshamala
Śrīmad Rājacandra
translated by Dinu Patel
Śrīmad Rājacandra Āśram; Agas, Gujarat, India; 1972

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Shrimad Rajchandra: A Life
Digish Mehta
Shrimad Rajchandra Ashram; Agas, Gujarat, India; 1991

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Bibliography of Literature in English about Shrimad Rajchandra
Prakash Mody
Toronto, Canada; 2006

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Philosophy and spirituality of Śrīmad Rājchandra
Umedmal Kesharchand Pungaliya
Prakrit Bharati Academy; Jaipur, Rajasthan, India; 1996

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‘Rethinking Religious Authority: A Perspective on the Followers of Śrīmad Rājacandra’
Emma Salter
Studies in Jaina History and Culture: Disputes and Dialogues
edited by Peter Flügel
Routledge Advances in Jaina Studies series; volume 1
Routledge Curzon Press; London, UK; 2006

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Rāj Bhakta Mārg – the path of devotion to Srimad Rajcandra: a Jain community in the twenty-first century
Emma Salter
PhD dissertation submitted to University of Wales in 2002

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