Jain religion is one of the oldest religions in the world. There have been 24 Tirthankaras or prophets of the Jain faith. The journey starts with Lord Rishabh and the last Tirthankaras were Lord Mahavir. Present-day Jainism has Lord Mahavir's statements as the base. They comprise some of the main principles pronounced by the twenty-third Tirthankara Lord Parsva as well.
Lord Mahavir sermonizes his doctrine after getting omniscience. He advocated Religion by offering the main significance to the soul. For him, creed, caste, and color were not important. Religion or Religion came to get a wide-ranging scope by upholding the standard that casteism is not the truth.
The treatment of religion and sect works as two different things reinforced the essential religious unity. There can be sects of the plurality but there can be no plurality of faith. True Religion includes subduing hatred and attachment. Things are the same for everybody and every time and every place.
Jain Bhagwan allows us the anekanta Philosophy (non-absolutism) to appear at the earth at Pathshala. It is a commonly used metaphysical idea and is a significant method in the truth quest.
The theory says that you cannot arrive at the whole reality with the support of the sense perceptions since senses have their restrictions - they can at best appear as partial reality. Moreover, there are as several facets of truth as there are thoughts. Thus, before declaring that a specific idea is false, one should try to find out the latent truth fragment. It is a modest but wide-ranging viewpoint of the Jain Religion related to the truth quest for the reality the quest for truth is sufficient to provide it the status of world faith.