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Rishabhanatha

Rishabhanatha (also Rishabhadeva, Ṛṣabhadeva or Ṛṣabha which literally means "bull") is the first Tirthankara (ford-maker) in Jainism. Jain legends depict him as having lived millions of years ago. He is also known as Ādinātha which translates into "First (Adi) Lord (nātha)", as well as Adishvara (first ishvara), Yugadideva (deva of yuga, lord of an era), Prathamaraja (first king), and Nabheya (son of Nabhi). Along with Mahavira, Parshvanatha and Neminatha, Rishabhanatha is one of the four Tirthankaras that attract the most devotional worship among the Jains.According to Jain traditional accounts, he was born to king Nabhi and queen Marudevi in north Indian city of Ayodhya, also called Vinita. →Wikipedia


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Seated figure of Rishabhanatha, the first Tirthankara
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Figure of Rishabhanatha with attendants
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