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In Jainism, Jinvani means the message or the teachings of the Jina (arihant).[1][2][3] It is made up of two words Jina (arihant) and Vani (voice). Often the words are spelled out separately or put together as "Jinavani" in publications.[4] It is depicted in various forms, such as "Jinwani" which may be a hymn (or a village in India, by coincidence), and is also personified as Jinvani Maa (Mother Jinvani). The omniscient form of Jina-Vani (relative to Kevala Jnana) is said to be a letterless speech, when emanating from an arihant, which is understandable by all present, in their own language, as it is transformed into lettered discourse.[5] In literature, discourses of the tirthankara (or jineshwar) are generally referred to as Jinvani (or Jin-Vaani), as well as Srutu Jnana (or Shrut Jnana), meaning scriptural knowledgeable.
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