All living species, including animals, plants, and even bacteria, have souls, according to Jainists, and each soul has the ability to free itself from all karmas and achieve moksha or nirvana. Karmas are the causes of pain in this universe, according to Jainism, not as a punishment or judgment, but as the unavoidable consequences of negative or positive terms, sentiments, and actions. Jainism has always existed and will continue to exist endlessly, according to Jain philosophy. According to Jain philosophy, there is no creator god, so Jains do not worship a specific entity, instead of appreciating and striving to be like a liberated soul who has attained nirvana. By listening to Sudhasagar Ji Maharaj ke pravachan, you can get an insight into their religious practices. Jainism defines swastika differently The swastika has a specific meaning in Jainism. The four dots, which represent the four stages or gates of existence, depict heavenly beings, humans, animals, plants, and so forth, as well as hellish beings. During the course of birth and death, and soul will pass through one of these four stages, and they are all ephemeral states of being. Eating habit of Jains Jains adhere to a stringent dietary code. They are staunch vegetarians, and some of them refuse to eat root vegetables, mushrooms, honey, or water that has not been filtered. Although dairy products are acceptable, many Jains prefer veganism because of modern factory farming techniques. If you're interested in learning more about Jain philosophy and how they view life, check for books published by some of the top Jain scholars and notable Jain leaders like Gyan Sagar Ji Maharaj. In this case, online research might assist you in obtaining some fundamental information.