Jaina Sutras, Part II (SBE22), tr. by Hermann Jacobi, , at sacred-texts.com
If a monk or a nun see various colours (or forms), viz. in wreaths, dressed images, dolls, clothes 2, woodwork, plastering, paintings, jewelry, ivory-work, strings, leaf-cutting, they should not for the sake of pleasing the eye resolve to go where they will see various colours (or forms). All that has been said
in the last chapter with regard to sounds should be repeated here with regard to colours (or forms); only the passages on music are to be omitted. (1)
185:2 I have translated the last four words, gamthimâni, vedhimâni, pûrimâni, samghâtimâni, according to the commentary. Later on I shall translate them garlands, ribbons, scarves, and sashes.