3 Fundamental Principles of Jainisam (Tirthankar Mahavir Swami)

Non-Violence

Ahimsa is one of the cardinal virtues[3] and an important tenet of Jainism, Hinduism, and Buddhism.

Non-One Sidedness

The Jain doctrine of anekāntavāda, also known as anekāntatva, states that truth and reality is complex and always has multiple aspects.

Non-Possession (Aparigraha)

Aparigraha is one of the virtues in Jainism. It is also one of the five vows that both householders (Śrāvaka) and ascetics must observe.

Pooja Pujans

Devapuja means worship of tirthankaras. It is usually done in front of images of any liberated soul (Siddha) such as Tirthankara, or Arihant.

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Recipes

Jain vegetarianism is practiced by the followers of Jain culture and philosophy.

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Education

Jainism traditionally known as Jain Dharma, is an ancient Indian religion.

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General Knowledge

General knowledge is an important component of crystallized intelligence and is strongly associated with general intelligence, and with openness to experience.

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