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Bhagavân Chandraprabha (श्रीचन्द्रप्रभ) 

    Tirthankara Chandraprabha
    

          sign of tirthankara Chandraprabha  

 

 

 

 

  

                               (8th Tirthankara) 

Name               ..............Chandra Prabhu
Father's Name............ Mahasen 
Mother's Name ...........Sulakshana 
Birth Place        ............Chandrapuri 
Birth Thithi       ............ pause ku.12 
Diksha Thithi   .............pause ku.13 
Kevalgyan Thithi ........falgun ku. 7 
Naksharta       ..............Anuradha 
Diksha Sathi   .............1,000 
Shadhak Jeevan ........1,00,000 purva less 24 puvang 
Age Lived       ...............10,00,000 purva 
Lakshan Sign   ............Chandrama  
Neervan Place  ............Sammed Shekhar 
Neervan Sathi  ............1000 
Neervan Thithi  ............bhadrapad ku. 7 
Colour               ..............Sukla

  Bhagwan Chandra Parbha was the eighth Tirthankar of Jainism. His father was king Mahasen and mother queen Sulakshana. At the time of Chandra Prabha birth mother desired to swallow the nector of the moon. Her desire was fulfilled and she gave  birth a child with a moon like coplexion. So the child was called Chandra Prabhu. The symbol of Chandra Prabha is half moon. 
  After ruling his kingdom for a long time , he got Diksha. He meditate several months and attained kaivalya. He roamed several places and served the society, preached religion. In last days he went to samed sikhar with his one thousand follower  monks. All of them got Nirvana after meditating  one month.

      
  
                                                                       

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