Jina

Jina (lit. the “victorious” one as contrasted with Buddha the merely “awakened” one) is in the religion of the Jainas (q.v.) a sage who has achieved omniscience, and who came to re-establish the law in its purity where it has become corrupted among men; one of a class, of which it appears there have been 24 in number, who have appeared at intervals after long periods of time, in shapes less imposing or awe-inspiring than at first, and after less and less intervals as time goes on The Jainas claim that Buddha was a disciple of the Jina, their founder, who had finished the faith to which the latter had only been awakened.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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