Does jainism have a deity?
Jainism has no deities.
24 deitys... Mahavir=last, and Mallinath=only girl.
I don't know of any that actually discourage a deity, but there are several that are atheistic and do not contain gods within the religion. Buddhism for example is a non-theistic religion. So too is Jainism, Taoism, Animism, and Confucianism.
Who was the founder of the religion which advocates vows of Ahimsa truth honesty poverty and chastity?
Jainism is a religion founded in India from about 367 BC by Rishabha. Jainism has around five million adherents world-wide. It does not believe in a creator nor a destroyer deity. Jainism is a faith based on [extreme] non violence called Ahimsa toward any living being, including the smallest of bugs and organisms. Jainists also believe in truth, honesty, poverty, and chastity, which are necessary to achieve enlightenment.. They believe too, that the universe has… Read More
The founder of Jainism is Mahavira. He is considered to be the last Tirthenkara or teacher of Jainism.
Jin Sashan was names for jainism in the age of jainism
History present no clear facts about the religion of people of Indus valley civilization. They might have been nature worshipers, or perhaps followed some Pre-Aryan or Pre-Vedic religion, most probably Jainism (facts relating to Jainism are supported by some of their practices and the seals that have been found there). Figures that resemble Shiva, a Hindu deity, have been found on some Indus seals.
The Indian civilization founded Jainism. Jainism is a breakaway religion from Hinduism.
There are many Gods of War across different pantheons: AH-HULNEB - Mayan deity AHAYUTA-ACHI - Native American deity ANAT - Egyptian deity ANATH - Middle-Eastern deity ANDAI - Slavic and Baltic deity ANOUKE - Egyptian deity ARES - Greek deity ASHUR - Middle-Eastern deity ATHENA - Greek deity BAAL - Middle-Eastern deity BELATUCADROS - Celtic deity BELLONA - Roman deity BEN-ELABA - Mayan deity BISHAMON - Japanese deity BULUC-CHABTAN - Mayan deity CAMULUS - Celtic… Read More
Jains believe in Jainism.
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In the age of Mahavir, Jainism was known as "Jin Sashan" which would roughly translate to "Jainism" itself, because 23 other Tirthankaras had preceded Mahavir and spread the principles of Jainism. In the age of Mahavir, his parents and many others were already following Jainism propagated by Parshwanath, the 23rd Tirthankar of Jainism.
Mahavira was the founder of Jainism.
The Jainism population has about 43,000,000 Jains.
DO YOU KNOW Jainism IS VERY BAD
jainism is hierarchically followed
Jainism did not develop from Hinduism.
universe is the place of jainism
Jainism is an Indian religion that prescribes a path of non-violence towards all living beings. So the principles of the Jainism may be considered as sweet as a chocolate but Jainism is not a chocolate!
No Tamil is not originated Jainism. Jainism is not having any originator. we don't have any author for Aagam and we are not able to find them out in history too so Jainism God Gifted hai.
the followers of lord mahavira follow the jainism
it was founded in 550 BC in the Jainism
yes jainism is followed worldwide
no jainism comes in the minority not the majority
Popularity of Jainism never declined.
Jainism began in1204 b.c
NO, jainism people do not have christmas
no jainism is different from the buddhism
A major principle of Jainism is to not harm any form of life. The major tenet of Jainism is to liberate one's soul.
There is only one god in Jainism.
The main problem of jainism is the extremity of the principles.
jainism is worshiped in the temples where the trithankaras are worshiped
No. Jainism does not permit homosexuality for either males or females. Jainism condemns all forms of sex outside marriage that are not for procreation.
jainism is basically practised in india. There are approx. 80 lac followers of jainism i.e. 8 millions
Influence of Jainism on Indian culture has been on many aspects. Language and Literature, architecture, temples, sculpture, painting, philosophy have all been influenced by Jainism. the practice of the jainism is very much in evry area of india
Vaman Mahadeo Kulkarni has written: 'The story of Rama in Jain literature' 'Bhoja and the Harivijaya of Sarvasena' -- subject(s): Poetry, Krishna (Hindu deity) 'Studies in Jain literature' -- subject(s): Jainism, Jaina philosophy, History and criticism, Jaina literature
Jainism began in Thunder Bay 1204 b.c Jainism started in Kundlepur(to listen) (Kundle =ear), Mahavir birth place.
Jainism is a religion practiced primarily in the country of India. There are about 3 million people wo follow the religion Jainism.
Yes, Jainism has holy cities. One of them is Calcutta.
Jainism was founded sometime between the 6th and 9th century.
Yes jainism worship is called puja
Jainism is a religion, not a part of any other religion
Jainism believes in good deeds (punia) and helping others.
Jainism is polytheistic, while Sikhism is monotheistic.
Name of symbol f Jainism is called "Lokpurush".
Mahavira was the 24th and last was the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism.
the two religious group of jainism svetambara digambara
Jainism does believe in God, not as a creator, but as a perfect being.
Sikhism is monotheistic, while Jainism is polytheistic.
Jainism is similar to animism and hinduism. It is a peaceful religion.