Lok pal jinka sada, karte sadgungan
Karan vighan sab nasht ve,
Parshav Nath Bhagwan Parshavnath Bhagwan, who is worshipped by the celestials, he may kindly bless me so that I may be able to complete this Granth. There is a vast Videh region in Bharat. Religious persons are generally born in this region.
Uncountable munis attained Moksha from this region. The religious personalities adopted the ‘Solah Karam” in their lives with the result, they became Tirthankaras in near future. Some of them became Ahiminder in heaven, some were born celestials in heaven and they worshipped the Tirthankaras.
Kevali Bhagwan went to Moksha from this sacred earth. This Ksheter is worshipped by the human beings, celestials and Vidhiyadhars. There are so many beautiful mountains and forests . Temples are built almost in all the streets and villages.
Temples are also built on high mountains. Munis stay here for meditation.There is a Kundalpur village in this region. It is a very beautiful city. Religious personalities reside here. It is covered with big walls and very thick doors. The city is as beautiful as Ayodhya town, where Rishabh Bhagwan was bom.
The festival of birth Kalyanaka was celebrated here. Temples are built of gold and jewels in this Kundalpur. Religious songs and dances are always played in the temples. The beauty of this city is worth seeing and beyond description.
Jin Bimbs of Bhagwan are built of gold and jewels. Devoties mostly visit here. There is a large gathering all the time in the temples. The dewellers of the city used to wait for the munis. They offered them food and earned good fortunes.
The dewellers of this city were religious and rich. There was no stealing in this country and they were very honest. Locks were not used in the houses.They were always engaged in religious activities. They were prosperous and intelligent persons.
Kundal Pur was ruled over by king Siddharth. He belonged to Harivansh Dynesty. His reputation was spreading like the light of the sun. He was having three jnana. He was a man of justice and principles. Vidiadhars, celestials and all other kings worshipped him.
He was a very lucky king. There were so many kings under him. His queen was Trishala. She was a beautiful and religious lady. She was loyal to her husband and was equally famous like her husband. The palace looked like a heaven because of her beauty.
When all the lights of her ornaments fell on the palace, its beauty was undescribeable and matchless. The Kundals in the ears were like moons of Purnima. Her eyes and hair were worth seeing. She was a treasure of qualities.
She had deep knowledge of religious granths as if Saraswati had showered her blessings on her. She was deeply loved by Siddharth. Both the king and queen were enjoying their lives like gods and goddesses in the heaven.
Achutender was enjoying his life in heaven. Once Sodharam Inder said to Kuber(The Treasurer), Achutender will remain alive for six months. After that he will take birth from Trishala and Maharaj Siddharth in Kundalpur which is situated in Bharat region under Jambu Dweep.
Hence you go there and shower the rain of jewels in that city six months before he comes in conception and nine months of his Mahavir Puran conception (i.e for 15 months), so that there may not be any poverty in that city and the dwellers may become rich and prosperous.
Kuber immediately started raining of jewels in that city and on the palace of Sidharth. The jewels and diamonds were showered in huge quantity. The palace was shining like the moon or the sun due to the shine of jewels.
The rain of jewels and diamonds in the palace of Siddharth was a talk of the town and that this was because the Tirthankara was going to take birth there. The treasurer (Kuber) was forced to shower the jewels as the queen was going to give birth to a son who will be worshipped by the world.
It is the effect of religion that the king would be having a son who would be Tirthankar in the near future. Every thing is possible by adopting a dharma in life. Those who want happiness in their lives, they should adopt Ahimsa. Dharam can be followed by persons who take minor vows and secondly by the naked munis who are called Mahavarvatis.
Once, Trishala was sleeping on the bed of flowers. She saw sixteen dreams just at the end of night, which symbolised the luckiest fortunes of Trishala.
(1) She saw a bold elephant.
(2) She saw an ox which wasshining like a moon.
(3) She saw a lion which was having red shoulders.
(4)She saw Goddess Laxmi sitting on a throne and she was nointed by the deity.
(5) She saw two fragrant garlands.
(6) She saw moon surrounded by stars which was giving ightto the universe.
(7) She saw the sun rising from mountain Udaichal which was dispelling the darkness.
(8) She saw two golden pots which were filled with water.
(9) She saw the fishes which were playing in the tank.
(10) She saw a tank which was full of water in which flowers are floating.
(11) She saw a deep sea in which waves were rising.
(12) She saw a throne which was covered with jewels.
(13) She saw the plane of heaven which was spreading the light of the jewels.
(14) She saw a very high palace of a deity which was coming from the earth.
(15) She saw jewels which were lighting the sky.
(16) She saw a fire.
Thereafter it was morning. The bands were beaten to awake the chief queen. Her maid servant requested her to get up as it was time to leave the bed. The sun had risen and darkness had completely vanished. It was high time to engage in religious activities.
The bands were continuously beating in sweet voice. She woke up. She was highly pleased to see the dreams. She started Samyak (fusion with true self) and completed her religious activities. Thereafter, she took bath and equipped herself with ornaments.
She went to the assembly of the king. The King saw that his beloved queen was coming to see him. He offered her half of his throne. She sat there on her appropriate seat. She humbly requested the king that she had seen the sixteen dreams early in the morning.
She told him all the sixteen dreams one by one and requested him to tell the result of these dreams. On hearing the queen, the king Siddharth, who was having three Jnanas, said to her, “I will tell the result of each dream one by one.
To see elephant means that your son will be a Tirthankar, to see an ox means that he will be an organiser of the religion. To see lion means that he will win over his eight karmas. To see anointing ceremony of Laxmi means that his anointing ceremony will be performed on Mountain Sumeru by the deities.
To see the fragrance of garland means that he will be most knowledgeable. To see the full moon means that we will please the human beings with religious preaching. To ee the sun means that he will be a learned being and he will amove illiteracy.
To see the pots filled with water means that le will have an infinite precious qualities and he will be engaged in meditation .To see the pair of fish means that he will be helpful to human beings and he himself will be the happiest and prosperous.
To see a sea means that he will be Kevaljnani. To see the plane of heaven means that he will be born to you after coming from heaven. To see a heap of jewels mean that he will be the treasurer of the Samyak Darshan, Samyak Knowledge and Samyak Character.
To see the fire means that he will burn his eight karmas. The essence of the dream is that the last tirthanker will take birth from you after coming from heaven”. On hearing this, the queen was highly delighted. She was feeling as if she had received the son.
Sodharam ordered six goddesses who were in the heaven to go to Mother Trishala and give her all kinds of services. They checked up the conception with the sacred substances which they brought from heaven . All were engaged to serve her.
Shri Devi took care that Mother Trishala always remained pleasant. Harim Devi offered her shyness, Dhrit Devi offered her consolation, Kirti Devi worshipped her, Buddhi Devi arranged her supreme qualities and Luxmi Devi offered her fortune.
Though mother Trishala was pious and sacred by nature yet all Devis treated her with the substances which they brought from the heaven. Her body became like crystal Saphatic Mani (sort of glass in which everything is visible).
On the sixth day of second half (shukal paksh) month of Ashadh in Ashadh nakshatra and in shubh lagan, Achutender dev came in the conception of the mother. The moment Mahavira Bhagwan came in conception; the bell started ringing in the planes of Kalapvasi celestials.
The throne of the deity started trembling. Horns were blown in the planes of Jyotish dev. Shankh was blown in the planes of the Bhagwanvasi. Bheri was blowing in the palaces of Vianter dev.Extraordinary instances happened.
To see these instances celestials of all the four communities came to know that Mahavira Bhagwan had come in the conception. They reached in Kundal Pur to celebrate the Garbh Kalyanak of The Bhagwan Mahavira.
When they reached the town the beauty of the town was worth seeing and could not be described. They were there in their own chariots. The whole town was shining with the ornaments. The sky was covered with the flags and parasols (umbrellas) and planes.
ne celestials along with their she-celestials were singing nd dancing and uttering Jai, Jai, Jai.The town was looking like a heaven. The celestials >esitted the father and mother of the Bhagwan on the throne and bathed them with the gold pots. They worshipped the Bhagwan who was in conception.
After celebrating the Garbh Kalyanak with great pomp and show, these celestials returned back to the heaven. Achutender celestial would become the Tirthankara; hence they were advised to adopt religion in their lives so that they may also attain Moksha.