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According to Jain Scriptures, Bahubali (also known as Gommateshvara) was the second of the one hundred sons of the first Tirthankara, Lord Rishabha and king of Podanpur.
Gomateswara

The statue of Bahubali at Shravanabelagola dates from 978-993 AD. (see below).

जैन ग्रंथों के अनुसार, Bahubali (भी Gommateshvara के रूप में जाना) के पहले तीर्थंकर, भगवान Rishabha और Podanpur के राजा के एक सौ पुत्रों के दूसरे था.


978-993 ई. से Bahubali के श्रवणबेलगोला तारीखों में प्रतिमा. (नीचे देखें). Contents [छिपाने] 1 प्रतियोगिता 2 ध्यान 3 अपनी बहनों उसकी मदद Bahubali के 4 मूर्तियां 5 इन्हें भी देखें


[संपादित करें] प्रतियोगिता है Bahubali बड़े भाई, भारत, अपने धन, वैभव, शक्ति और सफलता के जलते था. उनकी इच्छा है Bahubali राज्य और धन की सभी के लिए था, और इस प्रकार, भारत के लिए भूमि Bahubali शासन हमले का फैसला किया. डर है कि युद्ध दोनों राज्यों को नष्ट करेगा के रूप में के रूप में अच्छी तरह से निर्दोष सैनिकों के हजारों, दोनों पक्षों के मंत्रियों की वार्ता शुरू की. बहुत सोचने के बाद यह निर्णय लिया गया है कि दोनों भाइयों के बीच एक व्यक्तिगत प्रतियोगिता युद्ध से एक बेहतर विकल्प होगा. भाइयों को मार्शल प्रतियोगिता के तीन पारंपरिक रूपों: drisht yudha, जल yudha दर्ज की आवश्यकता है, और मल yudha थे.

अंतिम लड़ाई को मुट्ठी से सिर मार से लड़ा जा रहा था. भारत पहली गोली मार दी थी, क्योंकि वह Bahubali है, जो लगभग भूमि पर Bahubali से खटखटाया था पुराना है. तो, यह है Bahubali बारी थी. Bahubali नाम है 'बहू' - शाखा, 'और' बाली 'शक्ति - मतलब है, वह अपने हाथ की असीम ताकत के लिए जाना जाता था. हर कोई जानता है और चिंतित है कि अगर Bahubali bloiws भारत मारा, भारत शायद मर जाएगा. इस प्रतियोगिता को आसानी से Bahubali हड़ताली भारत ने जीता जा सकता था. लेकिन जैसा कि Bahubali अपने को उड़ा जमीन हाथ उठाया, वह रुका हुआ है, को साकार है कि भूमि, धन के लिए अपने बड़े भाई से लड़ने, और बिजली न तो समझदार और न ही धर्मी था. दरअसल, यह भगवान Rishabdev, जो Tirthankar, एक बहुत ही आध्यात्मिक व्यक्ति था की एक बेटे के लिए एक गंभीर नैतिक विफलता होता.

एक क्षत्रिय योद्धा (के लिए एक नियम के रूप में), एक बार वह कार्रवाई ले लिया है, यह संभव नहीं है या उसे वापस लेने के लिए पीछे हटना. तो, बजाय उनके उठाया हाथ के साथ उनके बड़े भाई पर एक झटका उतरने की तो उन्होंने दिशा बदल गया है, उसी हाथ से बाहर खींच अपने बाल, इस प्रकार हड़ताली भारत से परहेज. इस के साथ, वह एक तरफ उसकी संपत्ति के सभी रखा, और एकान्त renunciant बन गया. इस उदाहरण से सीखना, भारत के लिए भूमि, पैसे के लिए अपने लालच की मूढ़ता समझ में आया, और सत्ता अपने छोटे भाई को क्षमा. भारत को कुछ समय के लिए शासन जारी रहा, अंत में जब तक एक एकान्त renunciant के रूप में यहोवा Rishabdev में शामिल होने.

[संपादित करें] ध्यान लेकिन उनके भाई परेशान Bahubali, बहुत चिंतन के बाद, वह अपना राज्य दे और तपस्वी जीवन लेने का फैसला किया साथ लड़ाई. वह सच के लिए एक प्यास के साथ ध्यान में ले गया, पर - यह अहंकार के लिए गया था कि वह अपने बूते पर ध्यान ले गए. भिक्षुओं ने स्वीकार मठ में प्रतिज्ञा, एक अन्य सभी जो पहले उम्र की परवाह किए बिना स्वीकार किए जाते हैं के आगे झुकना चाहिए. Bahubali पता था कि अगर वह मठवासी ले प्रतिज्ञा की अनुमति के लिए भगवान Rishabdev गया था, वह सब उनके 98 छोटे भाइयों को झुकना, जो उसे पहले त्याग करना पड़ता था.

Bahubali महान संकल्प के साथ ध्यान से परम ज्ञान प्राप्त शुरू किया, लेकिन कामयाब नहीं हुए, क्योंकि उसके अहंकार है, जो उसे अपने पिता की अदालत का दौरा करने से रोक दिया था, की अनुमति उसे इस Keval Jnana पाने के लिए नहीं है.

[संपादित करें] अपनी बहनों उसकी मदद हालांकि, Bahubali अड़े हुए थे. वह अपने दाखलताओं, चींटियों से बेखबर अभ्यास जारी रखा, और धूल जो अपने शरीर को छा. का संबंध है, अपनी बहनों Brhami और सुंदरी उनकी सांसारिक भाई Bahubali के बारे में Tirthankar Adinath पूछा. Tirthankar Adinath ने कहा कि, हालांकि सिर्फ ज्ञान से दूर क्षण, Bahubali इसे प्राप्त नहीं कर सकते क्योंकि वह एहसास नहीं था कि वह 'पर हाथी' खड़ा था - अहंकार सकता है. अब उसकी मूर्खता समझ, बहनों को उसके पास और अधिक हे भाई, को गज ती utro हे (मेरे प्यारे भाई, कम से कम अब हाथी से नीचे उतरो Ave) 'ने कहा. बहनों से कह रही यह प्रश्न के Bahubali "मैं वास्तव में हाथी के किसी भी प्रकार पर खड़े हो?" हूँ का नेतृत्व किया. इस सवाल का वह जल्दी ही महसूस किया कि वह हाथी पर खड़ी थी और गर्व से अपने अहंकार था. Bahubali के रूप में अपनी गलती का एहसास हुआ, उसके अभिमान और अहंकार, सत्य और ज्ञान बहाकर उस पर dawned.

सत्य के ज्ञान के साथ धन्य है, Bahubali अपने पिता को देखने जो उसके स्वागत किया गया. Bahubali अध्यापन शुरू किया और लोगों को सही रास्ता दिखा.

[संपादित करें] Bahubali की प्रतिमाओं एक Bahubali की हाल ही में खुदी हुई मूर्ति Dharmasthala में स्थित है.

यहोवा Bahubali की एक प्रतिमा श्रवणबेलगोला में कर्नाटक राज्य के हसन जिले में स्थित है.

वहाँ 2 भगवान Bahubali की प्रतिमाओं और कर्नाटक में Karkala (उडुपी जिला) और Venur (दक्षिण कन्नड़) में स्थित हैं. तो tatally यहोवा Bahubali के 4 प्रतिमाओं कर्नाटक में मौजूद हैं.

श्रवणबेलगोला जैन को तीर्थयात्रा की एक पत्थर की एक पहाड़ी की चोटी पर एक शानदार और महान वहाँ प्रतिमा के साथ पवित्र स्थान है. जब प्रतिमा की पैरों पर खड़ा कर देख, एक आकाश के विस्तार के खिलाफ संत प्रेरणादायक दृष्टि देखता है. आंकड़ा आकाश की तरह महान है, चेहरे की शांति और अद्वितीय है और उसकी सुंदरता में अद्वितीय.

Gommateshwara Bahubali की यह प्रतिमा एक ही पत्थर पचास से नक्काशीदार सात फुट ऊंची है. विशाल छवि 981 ई. में खुदी हुई थी, Chavundaraya के आदेश द्वारा, गंगा राजा Rachamalla के मंत्री.

Bahubali Gommateshwara का दूसरा नाम है.

के रूप में हाल ही के रूप में 20 साल पहले, प्रभु Gommateshwara की एक विशाल मूर्ति Gommatgiri में बनाया था, इंदौर के उत्तर में 14 किलोमीटर की दूरी, हवाई अड्डे सड़क पर. यह श्रवणबेलगोला में मूल प्रतिमा का अच्छा लघु नकल है.

Bahubali जैन hagiography में एक बड़ी संख्या है. उनकी कहानी भारतीय संस्कृति की आंतरिक शक्ति एक मिसाल है. वह अपने भाई से सब कुछ जीता और एक सम्राट बन सकता है, लेकिन वह भाई के लिए सब कुछ लौट आए. Bahubali आदमी है जो स्वार्थ, ईर्ष्या, अभिमान और क्रोध जय पाए के आदर्श माना जाता है.

Meditation

According to Jain Scriptures, Bahubali (also known as Gommateshvara) was the second of the one hundred sons of the first Tirthankara, Lord Rishabha and king of Podanpur.


The statue of Bahubali at Shravanabelagola dates from 978-993 AD. (see below).Contents [hide] 1 The Contest 2 Meditation 3 His Sisters Help Him 4 Statues of Bahubali 5 See also


[edit] The Contest Bahubali's elder brother, Bharat, was envious of his wealth, grandeur, strength and success. His desire was for all of Bahubali's kingdom and wealth, and thus, Bharat decided to attack the lands Bahubali ruled. Fearing that the war would destroy both the kingdoms, as well as thousands of innocent soldiers, the ministers of both sides began negotiations. After much thinking, it was decided that a personal contest between the two brothers would be a better option than war. The brothers were required to enter three traditional forms of martial contest: drisht yudha, jal yudha, and mal yudha.

The last battle was to be fought by hitting heads with fists. Bharat had the first shot, because he was older than Bahubali, which knocked Bahubali nearly to the ground. Then, it was Bahubali's turn. Bahubali's name means 'Bahu' - Arm, and 'Bali' - Strength, he was known for the immense strength of his arm. Everybody knew and worried, that if Bahubali's bloiws struck Bharat, Bharat would probably die. This contest could have been easily won by Bahubali striking Bharat. But as Bahubali raised his arm to land a blow, he paused, realizing that fighting his elder brother for land, wealth, and power was neither sane nor righteous. Indeed, it would have been a grievous moral failure for a son of Lord Rishabdev, who was Tirthankar, a highly spiritual person.

As a rule for a Kshatriya (warrior), once he has taken action, it is not possible for him to withdraw or retreat. So, instead of landing a blow on his older brother with his raised arm, he simply changed direction, pulling out his own hair with the same hand, thus avoiding striking Bharat. With this, he put aside all of his possessions, and became a solitary renunciant. Learning from this example, Bharat came to understand the folly of his greed for land, money, and power forgiving his younger brother. Bharat continued to ruled for some time, until eventually joining Lord Rishabdev as a solitary renunciant.

[edit] Meditation But the fight with his brother troubled Bahubali, so after much contemplation, he decided to give up his kingdom and take up the ascetic life. He took to meditation with a thirst for truth, but - it was for ego that he took to meditation on his own. Among monks who accept monastic vows, one must bow to all others who have accepted previously regardless of age. Bahubali knew that if he went to Lord Rishabdev for permission to take monastic vows, he would have to bow down to all his 98 younger brothers, who had renounced before him.

Bahubali began meditating with great resolve to attain supreme knowledge, but did not succeed because his ego, which stopped him from visiting his father's court, did not allow him to attain this Keval Jnana.

[edit] His Sisters Help Him However, Bahubali was adamant. He continued his practice unmindful of the vines, ants, and dust which enveloped his body. Concerned, his sisters Brhami and Sundari asked Tirthankar Adinath about their worldly brother Bahubali. Tirthankar Adinath said that, although just moments away from enlightenment, Bahubali could not achieve it because he didn't realise that he was standing on 'the elephant' - Ego. Now understanding his folly, the sisters approached him and said 'O more bhai, ave to gaj ti utro' (O my dear brother, at least now get down from the elephant). This saying from the sisters led Bahubali to question "Am I really standing on any kind of elephant?". From this question he soon realised that the elephant he was standing upon was his pride and ego. As Bahubali realised his mistake, shedding his pride and ego, truth and enlightenment dawned upon him.

Blessed with the knowledge of Truth, Bahubali went to see his father who welcomed him. Bahubali began teaching and showing people the right path.

[edit] Statues of Bahubali One recently carved statue of Bahubali is located at Dharmasthala.

A statue of Lord Bahubali is located at Shravanabelagola in the Hassan district of Karnataka State.

There are 2 more statues of Lord Bahubali located at Karkala (Udupi District) and Venur (Dakshina Kannada) in Karnataka. So tatally 4 statues of Lord Bahubali are present in Karnataka.

Shravanabelagola is a sacred place of pilgrimage to Jain with a splendid and lofty statue of stone on top of a hillock there. When standing at the statue's feet looking up, one sees the inspiring vision of the saint against the vastness of the sky. The figure is lofty like the sky, and the serenity of the face is unique and incomparable in its beauty.

This statue of Gommateshwara Bahubali is carved from a single stone fifty-seven feet high. The giant image was carved in 981 A.D., by order of Chavundaraya, the minister of the Ganga King Rachamalla.

Bahubali is another name for Gommateshwara.

As recently as 20 years ago, a huge statue of lord Gommateshwara was built at Gommatgiri, 14 kilometres north of Indore, on the Airport road. It is a good miniature copy of the original statue at Shravanabelagola.

Bahubali is a major figure in Jain hagiography. His story exemplifies the inner strength of Indian culture. He won everything from his brother and could have become an emperor, but he returned everything to the brother. Bahubali is considered the ideal of the man who conquers selfishness, jealousy, pride and anger.


But the fight with his brother troubled Bahubali, so after much contemplation, he decided to give up his kingdom and take up the ascetic life. He took to meditation with a thirst for truth, but - it was for ego that he took to meditation on his own. Among monks who accept monastic vows, one must bow to all others who have accepted previously regardless of age. Bahubali knew that if he went to Lord Rishabdev for permission to take monastic vows, he would have to bow down to all his 98 younger brothers, who had renounced before him.

Bahubali began meditating with great resolve to attain supreme knowledge, but did not succeed because his ego, which stopped him from visiting his father's court, did not allow him to attain this Keval Jnana.

Statues of Bahubali

There are 5 monolithic statues of Gomateshwara or Bahubali present in Karnataka State, which measures more than 20 feet in height.

One recently carved statue of Bahubali is located at Dharmasthala.

A statue of Lord Bahubali is located at Shravanabelagola in the Hassan district of Karnataka State.

Shravanabelagola is a sacred place of pilgrimage to Jain with a splendid and lofty statue of stone on top of a hillock there. When standing at the statue's feet looking up, one sees the inspiring vision of the saint against the vastness of the sky. The figure is lofty like the sky, and the serenity of the face is unique and incomparable in its beauty.

This statue of Gommateshwara Bahubali is carved from a single stone fifty-seven feet high. The giant image was carved in 981 A.D., by order of Chavundaraya, the minister of the Ganga King Rachamalla.

Bahubali is another name for Gommateshwara.

As recently as 20 years ago, a huge statue of lord Gommateshwara was built at Gommatgiri, 14 kilometres north of Indore, on the Airport road. It is a good miniature copy of the original statue at Shravanabelagola.

Bahubali is a major figure in Jain hagiography. His story exemplifies the inner strength of Indian culture. He won everything from his brother and could have become an emperor, but he returned everything to the brother. Bahubali is considered the ideal of the man who conquers selfishness, jealousy, pride and anger.

See also

sv:Bahubali yi:מאנאך

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