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Adinath and Rishabadeva are one and the same.

Rishabadeva is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Rishabadeva books and related discussion.

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At. Shravanabelagola in Karnataka a 17-metre high statue of gomteshwara, built in the 10th. Century, represents the son of the Tirthankar rishabadeva.
Champika : name given to Champakamalini, Kusha's wife. Chamasa: One of the sons of Rishabadeva.

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Lord Rishabadeva instructed his 100 sons in this way: pumsah striya mithuni-bhavam etam: tayor mitho hrdaya-granthim ahuh: ato grha-ksetra-sutapta-vittair: janasya moho 'yam aham mameti.

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What is Preksha and the history of Preksha Dhyana?
Adinath and Rishabadeva are one and the same.
The Hindu : Tamil Nadu News : Guru Peyarchi: thousands of
Nov 5, 2007 According to legend, Rishaba Deva felt proud that he was above all as he was carrying Lord Siva on his back.
Re: Ramanuja & Bhagavatam
Jan 21, 2003 There are long chapters about story of RishabaDeva but not as a Jain Tirthankara.
Discourses - Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
the misery of vedic heresy which found its beginning with king Arhat who misinterpreted the example of Rishabadeva after His disappearance (see SB. 5.6 : 9).
Temples in India: Bhubaneswar
The Latghara Guha in the Khandagiri hill contains the figures of the Jain Tirthankaras. The figure of Rishaba Deva is beautiful. There are many sacred tanks.

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