Jainism was founded by Vardhamana, or otherwise known as Mahavira, in 6th century BC. He founded Jainism in India. He apparently founded Jainism as a response to the Verdic Religion, which required animal sacrifices. Jainism main belief is non-injury to all living organisms, or ahimsa. There is not a main god that created everything, but there are minor gods for different parts of life.
it was founded in 550 BC in the Jainism
The Indian civilization founded Jainism. Jainism is a breakaway religion from Hinduism.
Jainism was founded sometime between the 6th and 9th century.
Jainism was founded in the 6th century BC as a revolt against hinduism.
India by first tirthankar Rushabhdev.
Jainism was founded by Rishabh dev.
Lord MAhavira founded the jain community in 550 B.C.
jainism was founded by first thirthankar adinath (rishabdev) times immemorial. its very wrong to intrept that it was mahaveera. the fact is mahaveer was last thirthakar (24th) who carried over the mantle till the next thirthankara will incarnate on the earth.
no Jainism is a slightly smaller branch that was actually derived from Hinduism or at least we think... Both religions were founded at roughly the same time and it is still unknown who founded Hinduism and thus, unknown about who founded Jainism. However, what we do know is that one of the most early, remote Indian religions called Vedism was definitely founded way before the two so it is most likely that they both derived after Vedism established and both are a probable branch of Vedism which has gone on to become gargantuan faiths; even bigge than Vedism itself!
Four major religions were founded in South Asia: HINDUISM, BUDDHISM, SIKHISM, and JAINISM.
Jainism has no deities.