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Bhaktāmara, Kalyāṇamandira and Namiuṇa
Mānatuṅga and Siddhasena Divākara
edited by Hermann Jacobi
Sheth Devchand Lalbhai Jain Pustakoddhar Fund series; volume 79
J. S. Javeri; Surat, Gujarat, India; 1932

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Bhaktāmara-stotra
Mānatuṅga
translated by Amṛtlāl Śāstrī
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India; 1969

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Illustrated Bhaktamar-Stotra
Mānatuṅga
edited by Shricand Surana ‘Saras’
Diwakar Prakashan and Prakrit Bharati Academy; Agra, Uttar Pradesh and Jaipur, Rajasthan, India; 2006

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Bhaktamara Stotra
Mānatuṅga
translated by Nathuram Premi and Manish Modi
Pandit Nathuram Premi Research series; volume 37
Hindi Granth Karyalay; Mumbai, Maharashtra, India; 2012

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‘Devotional Culture in Jainism: Mānatuṅga and His Bhaktāmara Stotra’
John E. Cort
Incompatible Visions: South Asian Religions in History and Culture – Essays in Honor of David M. Knipe
edited by James Blumenthal
Center for South Asia, University of Wisconsin Press; Madison, Wisconsin USA; 2006

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Mānatuṅgācārya aura unake stotra
Madhusudan A. Dhaky
and Jitendra B. Shah
Sri Svetambara Murtipujaka Jaina Bordinga granthamala series; volume 13
Sharadaben Chimanbhai Educational Research Center; Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India; 1997

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‘Cures and Karma: Attitudes Towards Healing in Medieval Jainism’
Phyllis Granoff
Self, Soul and Body in Religious Experience
edited by A. l. Baumgarten with J. Assmann and G. G. Stroumsa
Numen Book series; volume 78
Brill; Leiden, Netherlands; 1998

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‘Illustrating the Bhaktāmarastotra’
Phyllis Granoff
Svasti – essays in honour of Prof. Hampa Nagarajaiah for his 75th Birthday
edited by Nalini Balbir
Muddushree Granthamala series; volume 75
K. S. Muddappa Smaraka Trust; Bangalore, Karnataka, India; 2010

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‘Zwei Jaina-stotra’
Hermann Jacobi
Indische Studien
volume 14
Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft; Berlin and Leipzig, Germany; 1876

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Nava Smaraṇa: Nine Sacred Recitations of Jainism
Vinod Kapashi
edited by Signe Kirde
Hindi Granth Karyalay; Mumbai, Maharashtra, India; 2007

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‘Jain Stories of Miraculous Power’
Rosalind Lefeber
Religions of India in Practice
edited by Donald S. Lopez Jr
Princeton Readings in Religions series; volume 1
Princeton University Press; Princeton, New Jersey, USA; 1995

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Bhaktāmara-rahasya
Śatāvadhānī Paṇḍit
and Śrī Dhīrajalāla Śāh
Navabhārata Sāhitya Mandira; Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India; 1999

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‘Śvetāmbar Mūrtipūjak Jain Scripture in a Performative Context’
John E. Cort
Texts in Context: Traditional Hermeneutics in South Asia
edited by Jeffrey R. Timm
State University of New York Press; Albany, New York, USA; 1992

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‘A Note on the Heterodox Calendar and a Disputed Reading in the Kālakācāryakathā’
Paul Dundas
Journal of the Pāli Text Society
volume 29
2007

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'Kalpa Sûtra'
translated and edited by Hermann Jacobi
Jaina Sutras: Âkârâṅga Sûtra and Kalpa Sûtra
Sacred Books of the East series; series editor F. Max Müller; volume 22: 1
Clarendon Press; Oxford, England UK; 1884

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'The Kalpa Sûtra of Bhadrabâhu'
Bhadrabāhu
translated and edited by Hermann Jacobi
Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes
Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft series; series editor Otto Loth; volume VII: 1
F. A. Brockhaus; Leipzig, Saxony, Germany; 1879

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Kalpa Sūtra of Bhadrabāhu Svāmī
Bhadrabāhu
translated by Kastur Chand Lalwani
Motilal Banarsidass; New Delhi, India; 1979

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A Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of Miniature Paintings of the Jaina Kalpasūtra as executed in the Early Western Indian Style
W. Norman Brown
Freer Gallery of Art – Oriental Studies series; volume 2
The Lord Baltimore Press / Smithsonian Institution; Washington DC, USA; 1934

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Catalogue of the Jain manuscripts at the British Library: including the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum
Nalini Balbir, Kanhaiyalal Sheth, Kalpana Sheth and C. B. Tripathi
British Library & the Institute of Jainology; London, UK; 2006

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The Story of Kālaka: Texts, History, Legends, and Miniature Paintings of the Śvetāmbara Jain Hagiographical Work, the Kālakācāryakathā
W. Norman Brown
Freer Gallery of Art – Oriental Studies series; volume 1
Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution; Washington DC, USA; 1933

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'Das Kālakācāryakathānakam'
translated by Hermann Jacobi
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft
volume 35
Leipzig, Saxony, Germany; 1881

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