mmdesh at UMICH.EDU
Mon Sep 7 11:33:53 UTC 1998
The first volume of the Abhidhaanaraajendra cites the words avajja,
avajjakara, and avajjabhiiru with citations and references.
On Sun, 6 Sep 1998, jonathan silk wrote:
> The AMg dictionary says that at Pra"snavyaakara.nasuutra 2.4 (Bombay
> Agamodaya-samiti, 1919) appears the word avajja = Skt. avadya. I am
> interested in this because the normal MIA equivalent seems to be vajja.
> Seth's Pkt. dictionary cites Suuyaga.da.mgasutta II.2.65 as containing the
> word avajja, but actually in the Jaina Agama Series para 713 = p. 280.14
> the reading is vajjabahuula. Does the word avajja actually occur in AMg?
> Thanks for any help from someone who may have access to the edition
> Jonathan SILK
> jonathan.silk at yale.edu
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