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Jainism - Wikipedia
Jainism (/ ˈ dʒ eɪ n ɪ z əm /), traditionally known as Jain Dharma, is an ancient Indian religion with its roots from pre historic and pre-Vedic Indus valley civilization. ...
Jainism | religion | Britannica.com
Jainism likely emerged about the 6th century bce in reaction to Brahmanic Hinduism. Along with Buddhism, Jainism is the only surviving religion to have begun as a purely monastic religion; the rules for the laity are derived from monastic rules.
BBC - Religion: Jainism
Jainism is an ancient religion from India that teaches that the way to liberation and bliss is to live a life of harmlessness and renunciation.
Jainworld – Combining the aspirations of Jains around the ...
On June 9th, 2016 (Shrut Panchami Day), Jainworld has completed 20 years of service to the Jain community worldwide. A few of our achievements:
Jainism - ReligionFacts
Jainism is an Indian religion that emphasizes complete non-violence and asceticism. Followers of Jainism are called Jains, and there are about 4 million worldwide.
While Jainism does not believe in the concept of God as a creator, protector, and destroyer of the universe, the philosophical concepts of Utpäda, Vyaya, and Dhrauvya are consistent with the Trinity concepts of those religions believing in God.
Jainism - New World Encyclopedia
Jainism (pronounced jayn-izm), traditionally known as Jain Dharma, is a dharmic religion with its origins in the prehistory of India, still practiced today by several million people.
Major Religions Ranked by Size - Adherents.com
This is a listing of the major religions of the world, ranked by number of adherents.
History of Jainism - Wikipedia
History of Jainism concerns a religion founded in Ancient India.Jains trace their history through twenty-four tirthankara and revere Rishabhanatha as the first tirthankara (in the present time-cycle).