1. Jainism, additionally called Jain Dharma, is an ancient Indian faith.
2. Jains think that in every epoch, 24 Tirthankaras are birthed in periods, and live to spread the training of the Jaina faith.
3. Today, Jains are complying with the spiritual order established by Mahavira about 2500 years ago. He was the twenty– fourth Tirthankara of this current date.
4. Jainism’s essential idea is that people should never be fierce in what they assume, do, or say.
5. Jainism is not a religious belief that thinks there was a God who created whatever. For Jains, deep space lacks starting or end.
6. Jains think all living things are trapped in a cycle of birth and regeneration and aim to achieve moksha, launch from this cycle.
7. Individuals who attain moksha during their life are called jinas (those who overcome), and also this word provides the faith its name. People that comply with Jainism are called Jains.
8. Jains do not pray to any gods or saints.
9. Mahavira is reported to have claimed: “Non-violence is the greatest faith.”
10. In August or September, the Jains hold their important festival, called Paryushana.