Jainism is considered as one of the oldest faiths of all known religions originated billions of billion years ago. The cycle of Jainism beliefs was started by Lord Adinath, first Tirthankara & Lord Mahavir, 24th Tirthankar revived Jainism misrepresented as the creator of Jainism. According to the Jain scriptures, the Jain religion is eternal, shown in the cyclic period of the world.
Lesson of Jainism
The beliefs of Jainism lecture and circulate chaste, pure, unadulterated, and unfrictional life which is pleasant-sounding and soothing the other suffered lives in the universe. It urges democracy in concepts and liberty in beliefs. Moreover, it respects the right of survival of any living being of any small. It not just lives and allows others to live but support others to live with freedom.
Jain dharma is environment friendly and always opposes the cutting of trees and the generation of needless waste and unnecessary use. It is just Jainism which considers in reality that the body of a human being is a grab for the soul (atman) inside. The Tirthankaras in Jainism refuse to wear clothes as they had understood that before reaching the condition of enlightenment it was essential for one to abandon the physical signs in life. Needs to Leave the World Desires
Jainism beliefs as sermonized by Mahavira are a Dharma that considers and practices true renunciation. It is important to get free from worldly desires and karma in the physical mode of life. Mahavira let it completely clear that before one can expect to reach the highest pedestal of religious life.