Jainism Religion|Founder Of Jainism|Jainism God|Holy Book Of Jainism

Jainism Religion|Founder Of Jainism|Jainism God|Holy Book Of Jainism

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In This Blog We Discuss Jainism Religion, Founder Of Jainism Or Jainism Founder, Jainism God, Holy Book Of Jainism, Jainism And Buddhism Etc.

So Lists Of  Topics Covered In This Article Are As Follows:-
1. Jainism Religion 
2. Founder Of Jainism Or Jainism Founder
3. Jainism God
4. Holy Book Of Jainism
5. Jainism And Buddhism

1. Jainism Religion 

Jainism is an ancient and philosophical tradition derived from the Shramana tradition of India. Jain means follower of 'Jin Bhagwan' who destroys karma. Jain relics from the Indus Valley give Jainism the status of the oldest religion. The word Jain is derived from this word. The gin ‘Zee’ is made of metal which means to win. Gene means whoever wins. The one who conquers himself is called Jitendriya.

2. Founder Of Jainism Or Jainism Founder

Jain Shabha Dev, the founder of Jainism, is believed to be the first Tirthankar of Jainism and the father of the Chakravarti emperor of India. The first Tirthankar is Shabnath mentioned in the Vedas. It is believed that the yatyas and vratyas described in the Vedic literature were not from the Brahmin tradition but from the Shramana tradition. In Manusmriti, Kshatriyas like Licchavi, Nath, Malla etc. are counted among the vratyas. The tradition of Jainism is also described in the Aryan period as habhashabhadev and arishtanemi.

3. Jainism God

In Jainism, Lord Arihant (K) and Siddha (free souls) are called. Jainism rejects the notion of God or Shakti, the creator responsible for the expression, creation or maintenance of this universe. According to Jain philosophy, this world and its six things (Jiva, Pudgal, Akash, Kaal, Dharma, and Adharma) have always existed and will always exist. This universe is self-governing and governs universal natural laws. According to Jain philosophy, God, an incomparable object, cannot create a sculpted object (universe).

4. Holy Book Of Jainism

There is no religion based on Jainism. Lord Mahavira only gave lectures. They did not write a book, but later in his republic, leading disciples collected his nectar promises and teachings. This collection is in natural language, especially in Magadhi. Jain religious literature before Lord Mahavira was created by Gautama, a disciple of Mahavira who is considered to be 'Purva'. Thus, fourteen East is mentioned. The oldest Agam texts of Jainism (Jain Dharma Granth) are believed to be 46. They are classified as follows. All the Agam texts are divided into four parts: -1. First Yoga 2. Karan Yoga 3. Charan Yoga 4. Material Yoga.

5. Jainism And Buddhism

Mahavira and Buddha were contemporaries and there were many similarities between Buddhism and Jainism. Due to the significant similarities between the two, some scholars have objected that Jainism is at the center of Buddhism or that Jainism is just a branch of Buddhism. "Jainism is the oldest sect of Buddhism," Weber said. “Jains distanced themselves from Buddhism,” Lassen expresses. And Mr. Bertha wrote, "Jainism is a sect that gave birth to Buddhism." But the above views are not accepted by modern scholars. Of course, there are similarities between the two but the basic difference between the two philosophers is that each gives a different religion.

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