(d) fatal fall
According to Jaina tradition an oral sacred literature had been passed down
from the days of Mahavira. Who was the last person to know it perfectly?
(a) Sthulabahu
(c) Bhadrabahu
(c) Bhadrabahu
(d) Jameli
‘No human action, no strength, no courage, no human endurance or human
powers can affect one’s destiny.’ This is stated by
(a) Mahavira
(b) Gautama Buddha
(c) Gosala
(d) Parsvanatha
‘When the body dies, both fool and wise alike are cut off and perish; they do
not survive after death.’ Whose idea is this?
(a) Purana K assapa
(b) Makhali Gosala
(c) Pakudha Katyayana
(d) Ajita kesakam- balin
Mahavira attained kaivalya under a sal tree in the field belonging to Samaga
on the river bank of
(a) Rijupalika
(b) Suvarnamukhi
(c) Bhadravati
(d) Chitravati
Arrange the following theras (heads) of Jainism in chronological order.
(i) Parsvanatha
(ii) Jambu
(iii) Mahavira
(iv) Sudharman
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) iii, ii, i, iv
(b) i, iii, iv, ii
(c) i, iii, ii, iv