"Miscarriages at that age are related to chromosonal abnormalities—the egg gives rise to genetically abnormal embryos," said Jain.
One year later, at age 41, they reconciled, and the couple came back to Jain's clinic for IVF after she had had a miscarriage.
Both figures are, of course, involved with the spirit: the Jain is a naked ascetic and the Budhha always aims to transcend.
The Jain priests, not satisfied with their discomfiture, offered to establish the merits of their religion in other ways.
This building must be—but ignorance is a bad guide—Jain in character.
Any man or animal led past a Jain house for the purpose of being killed was thereby saved and set at liberty.
The Jain Pagodas were thereupon, it is said, destroyed by the Jangamas.
They belong to both the Hindu and the Jain cults, and mostly date from the 10th and 11th centuries.
There I shall meet one of the pure faith in a Jain temple of that city.
The temples consist of three groups: Saiva, Vaishnav and Jain, almost all built in the 10th and 11th centuries.
1805, from Hindi Jaina, from Sanskrit jinah "saint," literally "overcomer," from base ji "to conquer," related to jayah "victory," from PIE root *gweie- "to press down, conquer." The sect dates from 6c. B.C.E.