Jainism Prayers

A collection of prayers and religious scriptures from the Jainism Religion.

Jainism is traditionally known as “Jain Dharma”. Jainism is a religion that focuses on nonviolence, nonattachment, and diversity. Jainist’s follow the “Tirthankaras” which are their 24 spiritual leaders. Jainist’s believe in religious vows and are predominantly vegetarian. The name Jainism gets some roots as to be translated as “To Conquer” and the meaning of it is to subdue oneselves body into omniscience. Those who do conquer their own bodies hinderances are given the title “Jina” translated as “Conqueror”. A part of Jain belief is to lack a historical founder of the religion.

There are an estimated 4 million Jainist’s world wide. (2021)

Regardless of what we nickname our Oldest Ancestors, one thing all Religions have in common, We Love Our Oldest Parents.

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