Now I shall expatiate fifth chapter.
All the matters exist in the east, west, north, south all the four directions and in north-east, north-west, south-east, south-west upward sky and downward i.e. in all the directions of the sky of the present, past and future time durations reflect in the knowledge of the Omniscient and salvated soul. Nothing is out of the range of their knowledge.
Expatiation- The past period/time is very vast. As much as we go in the past we do not get its end like the space/horizon, hence it is called as past time or which has no beginning. Even being so vast the past period is very much smaller than the future time to come. The future period is equal to the co-efficient arrived at by multiplying past time by infinite digit the present tense is the time-falling between both of them because of being very small duration. The present time unites past and future time like a small link. In the same way there is also kshetra (area/region) ‘kshetra’ means space. This space even being of infinite space-points is also of innumerable space-points with regard to three universes and with regard to atom-particle, it is also of numerable space-points (of one space-point).
One earthen pot is kept. If seen any of its outer side only space and the space is seen hence the space has been called consisting of infinite space-points. The space which is within the pot is limited because it is equal to the inner part of the pot, hence its end is available. Even then we cannot count that small space in digits, hence it is of innumerable space-points. If a very small earthen vessel is placed in that earthen pot (of numerable space-points) then the space-points found in that vessel are numerable. They can be counted in the form of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc. In this way with regard to earthen pot etc. objects the unbroken/undivided space could be called as fragment form and with regard to spaced one it is as an unbroken/undivided one. Which space-points are there within that small pot/vessel, one atom-particle placed in that can be called as the lowest space-point of the space. Beginning from that lowest atom-particle, increasing in the order of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc. atoms upto the series of space points of the whole space, knowledge of that is possible only by the Omniscient because all the objects/matters of the world are known through the Omniscience.II1II
Hiding all aforesaid things in the space equal to a grain of mustard seed and placing/stabling infinite in that, mix that gross digit in nine digit who makes of in soft-form is Nav Shri i.e. Omniscient-salvated soul etc. (Arihant Siddhadi), remaining in nine verse-lines form (Nav pada), is this Bhoovalaya treatise.II2II
Elucidation- Infinite times infinite matter particles exist in this universe of innumerable space-points without opposing each other. (परमाणु प्रदेशेष्वनत्तानन्तकोट्यः जीव राशयः) According to this saying Vagbhatta, the composer of Ayurved science has told:-
How infinite karmic variforms (molecules of infinite items) of each living being out of the entire sum of beings are included/assimilated. It has been clarified in the last chapter. Binding the knowledge of knowing infinite Jivas and their karmic-particles in ‘Navmank’ (ninth digit) and expressing it in many languages forms and collecting all of them is stated in this Bhoovalaya.
There are ab-aeterno 363 doctrines in the world. One religion asserts that the whole living beings should be protected, whereas the second religion is of the opinion that the living being should be destroyed. The third religion affirms that only the knowledge is meritorious whereas the fourth one maintains that only the ignorance is virtuous. In this way being stubborn they used to remain mutually quarrelling with each other. Thus because of mutual struggle in different doctrines, Jainacharyas have placed these religions in ‘Parsamaya’ i.e. false belief of involvement in materialism (i.e. other than soul). The words used to denote these ‘Par Samaya’ (false religions) are called ‘Par Samaya Vaktavya’ i.e. statement showing false religions involved in materialism contrary to soul. When the sentence is composed for denoting all these religions combindly, then they are left after co-ordinating all of them. This coordinating view is a specific form of the Bhoovalaya. Joining this digit 363 from the right side comes 6+3=9 and joining from the left side 3+6 becomes 9. Thus the digits have been co-ordinated. This process is accomplishable/feacible only by right knowledge, otherwise not. This very knowledge co-ordinates all doctrines and this very knowledge joining with right belief and right conduct becomes trio-jewel (Ratantraya). This trio-jewel is the nature of the soul. Because being devoid of all faults of right perception, it does know all climbing above infinite square places. Similarly getting down infinite square places and reaching upto highest innumerable again getting down from there in the lowest innumerable and again coming from there upto highest innumerable and again coming from there upto digit 2 and from there becoming incalculable becomes in one alphabet form. Now, Kumudendu Acharya describes the glory of this ‘Navmank’ (ninth digit).II3II
This ‘Navmank’ serves as the shelter for internal and outer wealth (Laxmi) which gives infinite pleasure by destroying completely the knowledge obscuring karma thereby attaining Omniscience.II4II
Wherever we see everywhere this ‘Navmank’ is seen as whole number (Purnanka), all the digits before the digit 9 are seen incomplete and stained. This ‘Navmank’ depurates and makes those digits perfect causing them introspective in themselves. II5II
Purport- 1, 2 etc. digits before digit 9 are all incomplete because digits of more and more numbers of them are present/available. Only one ‘Navmank’ (9) is that where the number becomes complete/perfect because there is precisely no digit ahead of it. This ‘Navmank’ is pious and pure.II6II
The ‘Navmank’ pervades in the entire world. II7II
This ‘Navmank’ is present also in the calculation of thousand, lakh etc.II8II
The ‘Navmank’ is also there in pious ‘Bhoochayagra’ i.e. ‘Navmank’ is present even in the lowest part of all as well as in the biggest of all. II9II
‘Navmank’ is also present in ‘Shri Vishva’ i.e. in internal world. II10II
‘Navmank’ remains in thousands-crores etc. form. II11II
Just as the birth and death are mutually relative, similarly all other digits look at the ‘Navmank’. Death means the end and the end-death of number occurs on getting ‘Navmank’ the number takes birth precisely after getting the ninth digit i.e. 1, 2 are spoken after digit 9, hence the ‘Navmank’ is present in both the states- birth & death. II12II
The ‘Navmank’ is of use in both- the pleasure & pain. II13II
The profoundness of ‘Navamank’ is inaccessible to the wisdom of beings in disguised-form.II14II
This ‘Navmank’ is accessible to the Lord Mahaveer.II14II
This ‘Navmank’ is like the fire of burning forest for burning the forest of karmas.II16II
Risi-Sutra precept ‘Dwadasang’ is bounded by the ‘Navmank’.II17II
‘Navmank’ is the practiser of all learnings.II18II
The ‘Navmank’ depurates the speech.II19II
This ‘Navmank’ is the protector of the world.II20II
The ‘Navmank’ pervades in the world.II21II
The ‘Navmank’ is doctrine of the Lord Veer.II22II
The ‘Navmank’ is the doctrine/principle of Shri Veersen Acharya.II23II
The doctrine/principle of Kumudendu Acharya is ‘Navmank’.II24II
The protector of all these nine digits is Bhoovalaya.II25II
This ‘Navmank’ is like the patronizing hand, it is dear to the nine verse-lines (Navpada) Panch Parmesthi (i.e. five divinities), is eminent in the creation of tender sentimental literature and is bestower of ineradicable nine special attainments. Ineradicable right belief, infinite knowledge, infinite perception, infinite pleasure, infinite donation, infinite gain, infinite enjoyment, infinite enjoyment of non-consumable thing, infinite potency). II26II
This is chief/main digit (9) of arithmetic like the middle chief jewel of the necklace of gems. This ‘Navmank’ comes by multiplying 3 by 3 (3X3=9). If one number is subtracted from hundred, thousand, lakh, crores etc. from which ever numbers, then the digit nine (9) is seen every where, for example, if one is subtracted from 100 it becomes 99, by subtracting one from 1000, becomes 999, by subtracting one from 10000 becomes 9999, by subtracting one from 10000000 then it becomes 9999999. II27II
This ‘Navmank’ causes to accomplish all the 64 supernatural powers for example the Omniscience etc. knowledge supernatural power, the supernatural power of moving on the sky i.e. ‘Charan Riddhi’, ‘Anima’ etc. ( a supernatural power of making body in the shape of a particle) which bestows miracles. This ‘Navmank’ is a divine learning forum which always accompanies the adept. It is provider of the means to accomplish spirituality. It is ‘Navmank’, the destroyer of all the eight karmas or is the great poetry of the pure ‘Karmataka’ language. Or is the poetry which describes 85 remaining karmic natures after destruction of destructional karmas
Hence (1) this is pure ‘karmataka’ II28II
Prakrit language, the spoken dialect of Yashavati Devi 1, script 2, flavor-filled charming ever-elegant Sanskrit language 3, Asman Dravirah 4 (1 Kanhri, 2 Tamil, 3 Telangi, 4 Maleyal and 5 Tulu) these five languages are called five Dravirh languages 5, Maharastra 6, Gurjar 7, Angoda 8, Kalinga 9, Kashmir 10, Kambhoj 11, Hammir 12, Shaurseni 13, Ruhali (Pali) 14, Tubbata 15, Vengi etc. 700 languages, Banga 16, Vishhar Brahmi-Nemi Vijyardh 17, Padam 18, Vaidharmi 19, Vaishali 20, Saurashtra 21, Kharostra 22, Niroshta 23, Apbhranshika 24, Paishachi 25, Raktakshara 26, Rishta 27, Kusumaji 28, Sumnari 29, Aindradhwaja 30, Rasajvalaja 31, Maha Padam 32, Ardha Magdhi 33.
Upto this 58 hymns are completed. II29II to II58II Further will write from hymn no. 59- 34 Aaras, 35 Paaras, 36 Sarasvata, 37 Baras, 38 Veervasha, 39 Malava, 40 Lat (There are many kinds of this language in Lad country), 41 Gaur (i.e. Magadha remaining near Gaur country), 42 Bihar outside of Magadha, 43 of nine alphabets, 44 Kanyakubja, 45 Varah (Vrad), 46 Vaishravana who achieved the supernatural power, 47 Pure Vedant language. And the Sanskrit language of two to two and half thousands years old is called Girvan language. In the Sanskrit section of the Shrutavtar named second division of Bhoovalaya this very has been called as ‘Girvan’.
Rigved, Rishimandal stotra etc. are described in Bhoovalaya precisely in this very language.
Which language is spoken in which country that renders help to people of that very country and that is called Reference- संदर्भ- 48 Chitrak language (The language which is spoken with the help of pictures i.e. to express motif through making pictures, it successfully helps/benefits people in all countries, for example Chinese language is the language of pictures. In case mutual exchange of abusive language happened somewhere then the people of that place make pictures of two ladies in front of them. If it is to be said fracas (exchange of blows) happened then the pictures of three i.e. of many females are made. It means that the nature of the woman remains similar everywhere, where two women are assembled then they began abusing while talking and falling into conversation and when three etc. more assembled then they also start fighting. Because of this very reason 2 or 3 women are shown in the pictures.
Which script (learning of alphabet) Lord Rishabhdeva had taught to his elder daughter writing on her right palm, out of them which alphabets were written on the upper side of her hand taking support of them one language came into being and which dialect spoken taking support of the script (alphabet) written in the lower portion of the hand, that became other kind of language. In this way there are eight languages being spoken in different parts of the southern country.
प्राकृत संस्कृतमागधपिशाचभाषाय सूरासेनीय।
Meaning- Prakrit, Sanskrit, Magadh, Pishacha, Saurseni and Apbhransha, multiplying these six original languages by 3 eighteen great languages come into being in sequence. II95-96II
Again- Karnataka, Magadha, Malav, Lat, Gaur and Gurjar multiplying these six original languages by 3 there are eighteen great languages. II97II
Following this usage rule the method of verse-composition, of manner and style etc. of Digamber Jain Acharyas go on varying because of different kind of congregation, but this discrimination is not desired here but Lord Rishabhdeva had taught which never changing learning in digit (Ankvidya) to his daughter Sundari, that very ‘Ankvidya’ is desired here. II98II
Because ‘Navmank’ learning always remains stable, precisely, in one-form, hence Bhoovalaya principle is composed by regular order (Anulom) and inverted order (Pratilom) method. II99II
Let thousands of languages remain in use in the world. Whether the manifesting of 718 languages through ‘Navmank’ method due to pervading the speech of Lord Mahavir in the Navmank is astonishing? II100II
Similarly, Kumudendu Acharya quotes also some more languages and scripts other than aforesaid 46 languages- Hansa, Bhoot, Veeryakshi, Rakshashi, Oohia, Yavnani, Turki, Dramil, Sebava, Malavniya, Kiriya, Nadu, Devnagri, Vaividhayan, Lad, Parsi, Amitrika, Bhoovalyaka, Chanakya these are original languages of Brahmi devi. All these languages have taken the form of Bhoovalaya coming out from the speech of Lord Mahavir.
This is Bhoovalaya of Sundari devi. II110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120II
There are 700 very small languages in this world. All those languages have no script who speak these remaining languages are the residents of some region/province. Very small (Kshudra) languages-speaking people are not found in any country, if at all these exist somewhere language can also be originated there. Where which language is to be originated that can be known by people of that place. Because this Bhoovalaya treatise has emerged from the speech of Lord Mahavir, the knower and seer of all the animate-unanimate things of the present, past and future tense, hence it can be known through this treatise. II121II
The speech (Omkar sound) of the Omniscient is called language consisting of all languages. Languages of the whole world are not out of the reach of the speech of Lord Mahavir. Hence the divine language of the Lord, Omniscient is also called as ‘Vishwavidyabhasini’ i.e. which speaks the learnings of the whole world. The radiance of all the learnings of the world emerges from this Bhoovalaya treatise because it consists of 64 alphabets. Therefore, Kumudendu Acharya has bounded miscellaneous languages in the digit. II122II
The language in use in heavens is called divine language. The divine language of Lord Jinendra is established in the pitcher filled with nectar of religion joining with 700 languages, and making all those languages a sum-total and binding them with the bondage of arithmetic. II123II
When the sharp-witted Digamber Jain ascetics study the importance of the written form of 18 languages in the forest of penance multiplying all the phrases and words found in all those languages assimilated in that pitcher, then they get hearty tranquility. II124II
The Risi/ascetics endowed with great supernatural powers have composed beautiful verse/poetry taking support these dignified scripts. It contains all digits of the present, past and future languages. II125II
How many digits are there in which language and how many are the alphabets, how Acharya ji collected all of them simultaneously which answers all these doubts in the form of co-ordinated principle, is this Bhoovalaya treatise. II126II
The digit nine which has the super most places in this Bhoovalaya treatise possesses the sovereignty of the world. II127II
The wordsless speech of Lord Mahavir existed in this very nine digits-form. II128II
The doubt is of many types. The doubt in the answer to the doubt i.e. the incomplete answer and complete answer etc. many solutions are there. This Bhoovalaya treatise removes doubt at the place where the doubt is raised. II129-130II
The narration of the engrossment into self (Svasamaya-Vaktavyata), narration of involvement in materialism (Parsamaya-Vaktavayata) and the narration of both of these (Tadubhaya-Vaktavyata) are to be propounded in this Bhoovalaya. ‘Svasamaya’ means the soul, there is only description of the soul in the ‘Svasamaya Vaktavyata’. ‘Parsamaya’ means matter etc. substances, the description of matter is called ‘Parsamaya Vaktavyata’ and where description of ‘Sva’ i.e. soul and of the alien matter-substance happen to come, that is called ‘Ubhaya Vaktavyata’ i.e. narration of both. There is pre eminence of the narration of soul out of all these three types of narrations in this Bhoovalaya. II131II
This Bhoovalaya is that which composes natural poetry consisting of digits. II132II
This Bhoovalaya treatise was revealed first of all by Gommatdeva. II133II
This Bhoovalaya treatise is that which reveals learning of spirituality for all living beings. II134II
Apart from this, it teaches still more all types of learnings.II135II
This Bhoovalaya bestows eternal life conquering the death.II136II
The ‘Chakranka’ i.e. the wheet-digits which are found in this Bhoovalaya all are like pure white points.II137II
63 or 64 alphabets are present in the ‘Prakrit’ and Sanskrit language as shown by Lord “Svambhoo”.II138II
All these digit-alphabets are sacred and are capable of measuring the world. Joining these alphabets together and binding them in many bondages which makes them in the form of wheel-shaped lotus is this Bhoovalaya. 27X27=729 spokes are made in a wheel.II139II
Lord Adinath had revealed this Bhoovalaya-verse writing on the palm of Brahmi Devi. The palm of Brahmi Devi was extremely soft, hence this Bhoovalaya is also excessively tender. Bringing aforesaid alphabets in multiplying form like necklace of jewels and threaded with them, is this Bhoovalaya. Lord Adinath had written this Bhoovalaya treatise on the palm of Brahmi Devi without the help of paper, pen and ink but only with his thumb in eight lines each consisting of eight alphabets which has been called a written document, that is why its another name became ‘Karostha’.II140II
This very verse-bond (Kavya-bandha) consisting of 64 alphabets was written on the palm of Sundari Devi by Lord Rishabhdeva conceiving that in one etc. nine digits, introducing which nine digits in the form of multiplication-table comes the glory of the world, the script of which is called arithmetic.II141II
Brahmi devi assumed the syllabary from ‘अ’ (A) group of letters to ‘ह’ (h) group of letters along with separate-carrier (Ayogavaha) alphabets क (K), ख (Kh), प (P), फ (F) as manifested from the mouth of Lord Rishabhnath like the rosary of pure pearls. That syllabary is of two types- vowels and consonants, is appropriately consistent with all learnings, is full of many essenceful mystic & chanting words (Beejakshara), is ‘Siddha matrika’ (mother & salvated souls i.e. Jinvani) revealed from ‘Namah Siddheybhya’ i.e. I pay my obeisance to the salvated souls. Sundari Devi, the second daughter of Lord Rishabhnath, assumed arithmetic through nine digits in sequence like the rosary of pearls.II142-145II
The Brahmi script has been regarded, precisely, as the first script as Brahmi Devi was the elder daughter of Lord Vrashabhnath. According to the opinion also of other Acharyas, Yavanika is the second script.II146II
‘Dosuparika’ is the third language, ‘Varatika’ (Varat) is the fourth or ‘Kharsapika’ is the fifth, ‘Prabhrtika’ is the sixth.II147II
‘Ucchtarika’ is the seventh, ‘Pustikakshar’ is the eighth, ‘Bhogayavatta’ is the ninth, ‘Vednatika’ is the tenth, ‘Ninhatika’ is the eleventh, ‘Sarmalanka’ is the twelfth, ‘Param Ganita’ is the thirteenth, ‘Gandharva’ is fourteenth, ‘Adarsha’ is fifteenth, ‘Maheshwari’ is sixteenth, ‘Dama’ is seventeenth, ‘Bolidi’ is the eighteenth. All these should be regarded as digital scripts.II148II
The difference among languages has also been seen owing to difference among congregation of Digamber Jain saints. But these should not be taken mutual contradictory, considering them as of different form. Apart from it as many as there are languages in use they should be regarded as different.
Infernal beings and animal beings do not know aforesaid subject matter. Celestial beings and human beings can know the depurate digit. Even non-existence of any script they can write only nine digits, also can tell and can also hear taking support of the science of acoustic, thus can transform the ‘Sarsank’-script into script of alphabet.II161II
Elucidation- Shri Bhoovalaya does not contain even a single alphabet. There are 1270 ‘chakras’ which remains in the form of digit from 1 to 64, 16000 digit-wheels (Ank chakras) are taken out through those “chakras”.
Lord Rishabhnath had taught Bhoovalaya to Yashashwati and his both daughters through alphabet and digit method. The verse-savour, style of words etc. belonging to their indigenous language which existed at that time that we can read still today through Bhoovalaya, Kumudendu Acharya says so.II162II
Elucidation- This Bhoovalaya treatise has been written in modern style, hence learneds of nowadays consider it of the 10th century or hymns of ‘Nrraptung’ of Amoghvarasa and “Shrutavtar treatise” of Indranandi and also some more hymns are found in Bhoovalaya. Hence, had it been written precisely in one language, not consisting of all languages then it could have been propagated according to that only such some people say. But many languages would have manifested being mixed in ‘Kanhri’, in the form arithmetic. Although Kumudendu Digamber Jainacharya has composed this Bhoovalaya by his independent experience but this has been composed traditionally with the words selected from the words revealed from the mouth of Jinendra Deva. Thus this is the verse of the speech of the Lord Jinendra by authoritative tradition. This language consisting of digits also existed in the fourth time-duration (chaturtha kala). Hence Acharya Kumudendu can adopt the language of that period through arithmetic, such has been written. Kamdeva Bahubali was born first from the womb of Sunanda, the younger sister of Yashaswati Devi. He was learned in the science of sex and Ayurveda. But he showed abstinence and accomplishment of savour in both these subjects.II162II
Shri Gommatdeva (Bahubali) was the first cupid among cupids (utmost beautiful of his time), Apart from this, he was also the first omniscient, hence I pay my obeisance to him.
Question- First of all, Lord Rishabhdeva had attained omniscience hence it is not proper to call Bahubali as the first Omniscient?
Answer- Bahubali had attained liberation before Lord Rishabhnath, hence Bahubali has been called as the first Omniscient.
Sundari Devi, seeing her brother Bahubali even of 25 feets more height than her father, displayed her devotion to him and experienced that he very is the supreme soul of the most huge body of all.II164II
Sundari Devi learnt ‘Chakra bandha’ arithmetic from his elder brother and understood digit 9 conceived in digit 10.II165II
The ‘Satmanka’ i.e. the genuine digit is included in that (graceful-form) of arithmetic.II166II
This digit is the digit told by Bahubali, the first cupid among all cupids.II167II
This digit is that which confiscates the fear of birth & death.II168II
Place inverse digit (Pratilom Ank) in those digits and regular digits (Anulom Ank) above that.II169II
By adding both of them comes 1-1 in nine times and one zero.II170II
By this method the ‘Navkar mantra’ is precisely one.II171II
The religion-digit (Dhamanka) is one of the Digamber ascetics.II172II
In this manner this Bhoovalaya treatise is in the form of soft/sweet verse.II173II
Which digit 10 cames in this method that is the form of ten right virtues of Jain religion (Dasa Dharma), hence they are included/conceived in the whole digit 9. How this? Solution- Leaving zero remained 9. In this way, made of whole digit (0), is this Bhoovalaya.II174II
Remaining 700 languages being written in digits are alphabetless languages. Digamber ascetics the knower of right knowledge of particles of matters substances (Dravya Pramananugama) know these languages. Their knowledge shall be shown further. Presenting such subject, is this karmataka-.II175II
We will now discuss those 64 alphabets and 9 digits along with zero which were learnt by Bahubali, Brahmi and Sundari from their father Lord Rishabhnath.II176II
All that could be known by arithmetic form of multiplication table.II177II
All this is arithmetic came from spiritual tradition of Gurus.II178II
Multiplying by five great divinities (Panch Parmesthi) i.e by five, is this arithmetical digit.II179II
First of all, Tirthankaras have taught this.II180II
First of all Lord Rishabhnath taught this arithmatic.II181II
Then Lord Ajitnath propounded it.II182II
Similarly Shri Sambhavnath had accomplished it.II183II
Afterwards adorable by celestial beings Shri Abhinandannath Tirthankara explained it.II184II
Worshippable by celestial beings, humans adorable Shri Sumatinath told it.II185II
Afterwards Shri Padam Prabha Jinendra stated it.II186II
Shri Suparshvanath Tirthankara propagating religion and destroying remaining karmas in the end attained salvation. Infernal beings remember his speech.II187II
Listening to the divine “Omkar” sound of Chandraprabha Tirthankara, he is worshipped by the names of ‘Chandrashekhar’ or ‘Shiva’, ‘Guruling’ etc.II188II
Similarly the order of exhortation of Lord Puspadant & Sheetalnath ji should be understood.II189II
This very is also the regular order of Shreyansha Tirthankara.II190II
This very is also the succession of Shri Vasupujya.II191II
This very succession also remained of, Shri Vimalnath and of Anantnath Tirthankaras.II192II
The succession of Shri Dharmanath &Shantinath is also of this very type.II193II
The succession of Shri Kunthunath, Arrnath and of Mallinath is also of this very type.II194II
The succession of Shri Munisuvratanath was also of this very type.II195II
The succession of Nami & Neminath Tirthankar should also be understood of this very type.II196II
The succession of Shri Parshwanath Tirthankara and of Vardhman Tirthankara was also of this very type.II197II
Thus twenty four Tirthankaras had composed Bhoovalaya by their divine-omkar sound (“Divya Dhwani”)]. In this way the tradition of this Bhoovalaya is coming ab-aeterno as precedent in testimony-form.II198II
Now Kumudendu Acharya describes all subjects of the digit indicating this fifth chapter. All digits of this chapter are also known by this very arithmetical digit of this chapter. It is as follows-
Bahubali had attained the knowledge of the secret conceived in this Bhoovalaya verse in his youth. 60021 or 12006 this digit is precisely the fraction of 64 alphabets, from it extremely beautiful elegant scriptural poetry Bhoovalays comes out. That is why this chapter has been named as ई (i) chapter.II199II
The community of salvated souls exist in the top portion of the universe which is like a head of the body of three universes. Similarly this Bhoovalaya treatise is also important like the head.II200II
Regarding/accepting the miracle of the Jina-path the fifth chapter of cubic essenceful nature of Nav-Pad-Siddhi (accomplished nine adorable) is the eleventh ‘chakra’ in the series of Bhoovalaya named poetry. The total of its alphabetical digits is 8019.II221II
Fifth ‘ई’ 8019+Intervening 12006=20025 or from ‘अ’ (A) to ई (I)=64827+ई 20025=84852.
Which ‘Prakrit’ precept arranged in series emerges from this chapter is given here along with its meaning- As said above this Bhoovalaya treatise has remained in vogue from the tradition of spiritual teachers, the number of all those ascetics is nine crores less by three. All ‘Bhavya Jeeva’ should study, hear and meditate this Bhoovalaya treatise described by them. By its devotion and studying with tripartite purity (of the mind, speech & body), one gets pleasure in this world and in the world hereafter and ultimately attains salvation in the end.
Meaning of Sanskrit verse of middle category
The path of salvation will be available by destroying blemish of all karmas by reading this Bhoovalaya verse. This verse is the bestower of the relation with religion rise and prosperity and this Bhoovalaya verse always awakens ‘Bhavya Jeeva’.