Mahavira, the great Jain tirthankara; an image suitable for devotional meditation (10th-11th c.)

(downloaded Feb. 2001)

"Description:  Mahavir. North India, Rajasthan, 10th-11th c. Pink sandstone. Height 114cm."

A Jain stele, 10th-11th c., showing several tirthankars; the serpent-hooded one is Parshvanatha

Source: ebay, Jan. 2007

 A Jain tirthankara, probably Rishabhadeva (Adinatha) because of his long locks of hair, in the Badami rock-cut temple complex, c.1650

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A modern bazaar art print

Source: ebay, Sept. 2010

The tree of dharma, with the virtues and rewards that are its fruit, in modern bazaar art

Source: ebay, June 2012

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