Positive Non-Violence: Canonical and Practical Bases of Compassionate Aspects of Ahimsā

Prakrit Bharati Academy (2011)
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Keywords Ahiṃsā  Jaina ethics
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Call number BJ123.A45.L6713 2011
ISBN(s) 9788189698591
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