List of Jain Trithankaras| Symbols and Disciple

Rishabha, who was the father of first Chakravarti King Bharata, founded the Jainism. All the trithakaras were belongs to Kshatriyas clan and Royal Family. Jainism became major religion under 24th trithankar Vardhaman Mahavir. Here, we are giving the list of Jain Trithankaras as a quick revision capsule which is very useful while preparing the examinations like UPSC, CDS, NDA, State Services, PSC, Railways etc.
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Rishabha, who was the father of first Chakravarti King Bharata, founded the Jainism. The Vishnu Purana and Bhagvat Gita describes Rishabha as an incarnation of Narayan. He was succeeded by 23 other trithankaras. Jainism became major religion under 24th trithankar Vardhaman Mahavir.

Jagranjosh

Here, we are giving the list of Jain Trithankaras as a quick revision capsule which is very useful while preparing the examinations like UPSC, CDS, NDA, State Services, PSC, Railways etc.

List of Jain Trithankaras| Symbols and Disciple

Trithankar

Symbol

Disciple

Lord Rishabha (Adinath)

Bull or Ox Pundarika

Brahmi

Ajitnath

Elephant Simhasena

Phalgu

Sambanath

Horse Charu

Syama

Abhinandannath

Monkey Vajranabha

Ajita

Sumatinath

Curlew or Red Goose

Kasyapi

Padmaprabha

Lotus Pradyotana

Rati

Suparshvanath

Swatika Vidirbha

Soma

Chandraprabha

Moon Dinna

Sumana

Pushpadanta

Crocodile Varahaka

Varuni

Sheetalnath

Kalpavriksha

Sujasa

Shreyansanath

Rhinoceros Kasyapa

Dharani

Vasupujya

Female buffalo Subhuma

Dharani

Vimalnath

Pig Mandara

Dhara

Anantnath

Porcupine Jasa

Padma

Dharmanath

Vajra Arishta

Arthasiva

Shantinath

Deer Chakrayuddha

Suchi

Kunthunath

Goat Samba

Damini

Aranath

Fish or Pisces kumbha

Rakshita

Mallinath

Jar or Kalasa Abhikshaka

Bandhumati

Munisuvrata

Tortoise Malli

Pushpavati

Nami Natha

Blue water-lily or Blue lotus Subha

Anila

Neminatha

Conch Varadatta

Yakshadinna

Parshnath

Snake Aryadinna

Pushpachuda

Mahavir

Lion Indrabhuti

Chandrabala

All the trithakaras were belongs to Kshatriyas clan and Royal Family.  According to the Jainism, attainment of Moksha or nirvana was the most important desire.

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