Article: Mount Śatruñjaya

Contributed by Nalini Balbir

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The Temples of Śatruñjaya: the Celebrated Jaina Place of Pilgrimage, near Pālitāṇā in Kathiawad
James Burgess
Gujarat State Committee for the celebration of 2500th Anniversary of Bhagwan Mahavira Nirvan; Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India; 1976

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Tirthadhiraja Shri Shatrunjaya: Tunk paricaya
M. A. Dhaky
Anandji Kalyanji Pedhi; Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India; 1975

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Śatrunjayamāhātmya
Dhaneśvara-sūri
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India; 1938

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The Jains
Paul Dundas
Library of Religious Beliefs and Practices series; series editor John Hinnels and Ninian Smart; volume 14
Routledge Curzon Press; London, UK; 2002

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‘Medieval Jain Accounts of Mt. Girnar and Satrunjaya: Visible and Invisible Sacred Realms’
Phyllis Granoff
Journal of the Oriental Institute
volume XLIX: 1–2
Baroda, Gujarat, India; 1999

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Victorious Ones: Jain Images of Perfection
Phyllis Granoff
Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd and Rubin Museum of Art, New York; Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India and New York, USA; 2009

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Répertoire d’épigraphie jaina
Armand Albert Guérinot
Imprimerie Nationale; Paris, France; 1908

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Jaina Temple Architecture in India: The Development of a Distinct Language in Space and Ritual
Julia A. B. Hegewald
Monographien zur Indischen Archäologie, Kunst und Philologie series; volume 19
Stiftung Ernst Waldschmidt, G+H Verlag; Berlin, Germany; 2009

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Triṣaṣṭiśalākapuruṣacaritra: Lives of the Sixty-three Illustrious Persons
Hemacandra
translated by Helen M. Johnson
Gaekwad's Oriental series; volume 1
Oriental Institute; Baroda, Gujarat, India; 1931

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Śatruñjayakalpa
Jinaprabhasūri
edited by Muni Jinavijaya
Singhi Jain series; volume 10
Adhisṭhātā; Shantiniketan, West Bengal, India; 1934

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Shri Shatrunjay Giriraj Darshan in Sculptures and Architecture
Aagamoddharakshishu Acharya Kanchansagarsuri
Shree Aagamoddharak Granthmala series; volume 59
Aagamoddharak Granthmala; Kapadwanj, Gujarat, India; 1982

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Re-Formation of Identity: The 19th-century Jain Pilgrimage Site of Shatrunjaya, Gujarat
Kim Hawon Ku
PhD dissertation submitted to University of Minnesota in March 2007

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‘Temples and Patrons: The Nineteenth-Century Temple of Motiśāh at Śatruñjaya’
Kim Hawon Ku
International Journal of Jaina Studies (Online)
edited by Peter Flügel
volume 7: 2
Centre of Jaina Studies, SOAS; 2011

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‘Representations of Ownership: The Nineteenth-Century Painted Maps of Shatrunjaya, Gujarat’
Kim Hawon Ku
South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies
volume 37: 1
2014

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Ārādhakamūrti / Adhiṣṭhāyakamūrti: Popular Piety, Politics, and the Medieval Jain Temple Portrait
Jack C. Laughlin
Peter Lang; New York, USA; 2003

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‘The “99fold“ pilgrimage to Shatrunjaya: A case study of young women’s embodiment of Jaina tradition’
Andrea Luithle-Hardenberg
Svasti – essays in honour of Prof. Hampa Nagarajaiah
edited by Nalini Balbir
Muddushree Granthamala series; volume 75
K. S. Muddappa Smaraka Trust; Bangalore, Karnataka, India; 2010

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‘The Pilgrimage to Shatrunjaya: Refining Shvetambara Identity’
Andrea Luithle-Hardenberg
An Anthropology of Values – essays in honour of Georg Pfeffer
edited by Peter Berger, Roland Hardenberg, Ellen Kattner and Michael Prager
Pearson Longman; Delhi, India; 2010

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Die Reise zum Ursprung: Die Pilgerschaft der Śvetāmbara-Jaina zum Berg Śatrunjaya in Gujarat, Indien
Andrea Luithle-Hardenberg
Manya Verlag; Munich, Bavaria, Germany; 2011

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World Renowned Jain Pilgrimages: Reverence and Art
Mahopadhyaya L. Sagar
Prakrit Bharati Academy; Jaipur, Rajasthan, India; 2000

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Jaina-Rūpa-Maṇḍana
Umakant Premanand Shah
Abhinav Publications; New Delhi, India; 1987

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Paṭadarśana (Tīrthaṃkara praṇīta dharmadeśanā antargata Śatruṃjaya māhātmya): The glory of Shatrunjaya as depicted in a 19th Century Jain scroll
Kalpana K. Sheth
and Nalini Balbir
Jain Vishva Bharati University; Ladnun, Rajasthan, India;

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Travels in Western India: embracing a visit to the sacred mounts of the Jains and the most celebrated shrines of Hindu faith between Rajpootana and the Indus, with an account of the ancient city of Nehrwalla
James Tod
Munshiram Manoharlal; New Delhi, India; 1997

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‘The Satrunjaya Mahatmyam’
Albrecht Weber
Indian Antiquary
volume 30
1901

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