Śāntipurāṇam

Work
ID: 108734
Full name: Śāntipurāṇam
Author: Ponna
Year: 950 c.
Language: Kannada
Discipline: Jainism (general), Kāvya
Length: 12 cantos (āśvāsa-s)
Alternative names: Purāṇa‧Cūḍāmaṇi, ಪುರಾಣ‧ಚೂಡಾಮಣಿ, ಶಾಂತಿಪುರಾಣಂ

The Śāntipurāṇam [SP] or Purāṇa‧Cūḍāmaṇi is a hagiography of the 16th tīrthaṅkara Śāntinātha written in the ‘campū’ style by Ponna. The last verse of each canto (āśvāsa) has a signature phrase ‘Saujanya‧kandâṅkuraṉ’. The SP narrates the series of births of the fifteen previous of the tīrthaṅkara Śāntinātha.

Some of the phrasing and imagery in the descriptive passages imitate Paṃpa’s Ādipurāṇa. The Śāntipurāṇam mentions two other texts by Ponna - Bhuvanaikarāmâbhyudaya and Gatapratyāgata, and must have been written after these.

COLOPHON -

|| jinēndra‧caraṇa‧sarasīruha‧śilīmukhāyamāna‧ śrīmad‧ubhayakavi‧cakravarti nirvartitamuṃ ammana bhaktâbhidhāna‧ mallapārya‧ tadanujātâbhijāta‧sārasvata‧ punnamârya‧kāritamum’ appa purāṇacūḍāmaṇiyoḷ X āśvāsam ||

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Suggested citation: Keerthi N. "Śāntipurāṇam." Pandit. <panditproject.org/entity/108734/work>. Updated on December 01, 2020 05:25 pm IST.
Contributors: Naresh Keerthi
Attributed to: Premodern Kannada