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'''Pravachanasara''', meaning "Essence of Doctrine" or "Essence of Scriptures" or "Essence of Sermons", is one of the main doctrinal book of Jainism.  
 
'''Pravachanasara''', meaning "Essence of Doctrine" or "Essence of Scriptures" or "Essence of Sermons", is one of the main doctrinal book of Jainism.  
  
It was translated in English by Barend Faddeon in Amsterdam and publish by Cambridge University Press in 1934.
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It was translated in English by Barend Faddeon in Amsterdam and published by Cambridge University Press in 1934.

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Pravachanasara, meaning "Essence of Doctrine" or "Essence of Scriptures" or "Essence of Sermons", is one of the main doctrinal book of Jainism.

It was translated in English by Barend Faddeon in Amsterdam and published by Cambridge University Press in 1934.