jainism is practiced by the all the jain followers across the world
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Jainism is practiced all over the world, however, most of its followers reside in India
Jainism is a religion practiced primarily in the country of India. There are about 3 million people wo follow the religion Jainism.
Apart from India, historians have found evidences of Jainism traditionally being practiced as far west as Middle East and north in Turkmenistan. The decline of Jainism came with Islamic conquests and conversions. At present the only followers left are Indians.
Though Jainism is practiced all over the world, it is mostly confined to the Indian subcontinent due to a variety of reasons.
Yes, It is still practiced. Majority of followers are in India. But other countries(Including USA) also have Jains.
Its is mostly practiced in India only it's not all that well-known religion around the world but it is well-known in India.
Of course India..... after that it is now slowly spreading all over the world.....
Jainism has opposed homosexuality as bringing negative Karma because extramarital sex is considered unethical. Jainism is mainly practiced in India where same-sex marriage is not permitted. Whether the prohibition is religious or cultural is open to debate.
Hinduism followed by Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism, Christianity, Jainism, Zorastism, , Bahaism and tribal nature worships
Great Britain is a Christian Country but has a multicultural society so almost every religion is practiced here : Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism .......
Buddhism is freely practiced by many, as a minority religion in India Hinduism is the dominant religion in India, but many other religions are practiced, including Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Jainism, and many more.
Jainism is mostly practiced in india with 4.3 million followers,in Maharashtra,Gujarat, Rajasthan and some other states. United States(USA), Europe and Kenya also have somewhat large Jain communities. Other than these countries, small Jain communities can be found in Nepal, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Suriname.
According to Jains Jainism is an eternal religion, it has no origin. However, for this time frame (kaal) Lord Adinath is accounted as the first Tirthankar of Jains, he who practiced Jainism, for the first time (in present time frame), in the form which is followed till today.It is widely accepted that Lord Adinath practiced and propagated this religion in most major parts of South Asia. However, recent evidences have been found which extend this region to even the parts of Central Asia. So, nothing can be told very surely about the correct origins of Jainism.Still, Jains do believe that Jainism originated (for this time frame) in India.
The major religions in Asia are Hinduism and Buddhism. However, some other religions are Shintoism, Taoism, Sikhism, Confucianism, and Jainism. Shamanism is also practiced in different parts of Asia. Hinduism and Sikhism are mainly practiced in India.
Jainism has no deities.
Jin Sashan was names for jainism in the age of jainism
The founder of Jainism is Mahavira. He is considered to be the last Tirthenkara or teacher of Jainism.
Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, ShintoOne that believes in various gods, for example, the ancient Greek religion (which is still practiced today, by some people).
Jains believe in Jainism.
The Indian civilization founded Jainism. Jainism is a breakaway religion from Hinduism.
According to Jains, Jainism is an eternal religion, it has no founder. However, for this time frame (kaal) Lord Adinath is accounted as the first Tirthankar of Jains, he who practiced Jainism, for the first time (in present time frame), in the form which is followed till today. He lived about 50,000 years ago.However, some historians believe that Jainism originated about 2000 years ago and was 'propagated' by 23rd Tirthankar Parshwnath, but no exact date is given about his birth. Mahavira, the last Jain Tirthankar was born in 6 A.D. and some people also believe him to be the founder of Jainism.
If by "James religion," you mean Jainism, there are significant populations following it in Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore, and the United States.
The Jainism population has about 43,000,000 Jains.